• "The mission of the Delta Kappa Psi Alumnae is the lifetime development of women through the support of Delta Kappa Psi's leadership, scholarship, service, educational programs, and the preservation of the heritage of Delta Kappa Psi."

  • Executive Council President's Message

    Dear Sisters,


    I am so honored and humbled to serve as Delta Kappa Psi Executive Council President for 2022-2024. I wish to thank Ivy Scott for her incredible work as President over the past two years. With her dedication and leadership, our sisterhood thrived through the challenges of the pandemic and grew with the addition of four alumnae chapters (Pi – Las Vegas, Psi – Washington State, Zeta – Bay Area, and Gamma – Virtual) and two new Executive Council positions: DEI Steward and Membership Director. As I begin my term as President, my goal is for Delta to continue this expansion of alumnae engagement by prioritizing communication and connection.


    Throughout its 113-year history, our sorority’s strength has been in the phenomenal people who make up our sisterhood and in the cross-generational connection we share through Delta Kappa Psi. Whether you graduated this past spring or in a springtime several decades past, Delta is here for you. There are many ways to connect with other Delta alumnae. Here are some!


    Come to an event!

    Our annual Cuca’s and a Cold One Homecoming lunch will be held on Saturday, October 22nd,, hosted by the Alpha chapter. In May, the Kappa chapter will host Delta’s 113th Birthday Luncheon. We look forward to seeing you at both of these celebrations!


    Join an alumnae chapter!

    Delta has alumni chapters in Redlands/Inland Empire, San Fernando Valley, Orange County, San Diego County, Las Vegas, Seattle-Tacoma, and the San Francisco Bay Area. For Deltas with no local alumnae chapter or who prefer meeting remotely, the Gamma alumni chapter is virtual and has members from across the country.


    Pay alumna dues!

    Delta alumni are among the University of Redlands’ most generous. Your dues support our collegiate sisters with scholarships, events, and furnishings for our beloved Delta House, as well as facilitate our online communication platforms and continue traditions such as Delta Girl and Woman of the Year. For more information about Delta’s alumnae dues structure and how you can pay your dues, please click “Pay Your Dues” on the main page of this website.


    In closing, I want to express my deep gratitude and appreciation for our sisters who serve on Delta’s Executive Council and for our sisters who mentor our collegiate sisters as advisors. These Deltas devote a great deal of time, energy, and heart to our sorority so that we can preserve our rich traditions and heritage, invest in our current active and alumnae sisterhood, and direct and ensure our future. I am proud and blessed to know them. Thank you, sisters, for all you do!


    I look forward to seeing all of you at Delta gatherings in the next year. Until then, Lavender Ladies, be safe and well!

    In Delta Love,

    Liz Peale Hind ‘95

    Executive Council President