Collegiate Chapter

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    My name is Meg Leach and I am overjoyed to be able to lead my favorite ladies as the fall President of Delta Kappa Psi. I am excited for the fall semester and all that will come along with the journey!  I am originally from sunny Santa Barbara, California and although I love the beach, my heart is in Redlands and, most importantly, in Delta.  I am a Johnston student with an emphasis in Communications and Broadcast Journalism.  My hopes and dreams include, but are not limited to, television and casting, news broadcasting, and magazine/newspaper writer and editor.

     

    Delta has helped shape me into the woman I am today and for that I am incredibly grateful.  It's an honor to have the opportunity to be able to give back to a sorority that has given me so much in such a short amount of time.  Delta has allowed me to be myself and has introduced me to some of the most uplifting, inspiring, involved, and special women in my life.  I cannot imagine life at the University of Redlands without Delta and look forward to welcoming more Delta ladies that will continue to make our organization thrive.

     

    Delta has given me my best friends, my favorite laughs, my dearest memories, and most importantly, my home away from home.  Whenever I reminisce about my time in college thus far, my memories all lead back to Delta.  I think that says a lot about just how amazing our organization is.

     

    My past leadership positions in Delta include Recruitment Chair, Public Relations Chair, Spring Projects Chair, and Executive Social Chair.  Each of these roles have helped me to understand our sisterhood and improve my leadership qualities.  I also pride myself on being involved in other aspects of the University including ASUR Social Affairs, Big Buddies, New Student Orientation, and more.

     

    This fall I will strive to continue to spread the lavender love and encourage members' campus involvement which Delta has always prided itself on.  I aim to work closely and personally with the Initiated Members, as well as our advisors and alumnae, to maintain an open and transparent line of communication.  I want to see our organization set and reach a large community service goal, give back to the University, and increase sisterhood bonding events.  Aside from leading our current membership, I plan to work to help introduce our new members to what we all love so much about Delta while being sure to instill our values and traditions within them.  Sisterhood, open-mindedness, and respect are qualities I will continue to promote.

     

    We have so much to look forward to and I know there are big things in store for Delta.  I am honored to be a part of the process and even more honored to be a part of Delta Kappa Psi.  Sisters and friendships are forever - let's do this!

     

    All my best and more,

    Meg Leach

    President, Fall 2017