A letter from our president
“Empowered women empowering women,” a mantra, a battle cry, and what we center our organization around.
This organization has given me so much on both a professional and personal level. If you had asked me two years ago if I was going to be the president of a sorority I would have laughed. I wanted to be someone in the background, who played it safe and never wanted to be in charge of anyone, especially an organization of such fantastic women, for fear of messing up. However, this organization has nurtured me from the beginning and fostered strong leadership, philanthropic, inclusivity, and scholarship skills.
The Gamma Delta chapter embodies the traditions and skills set by our founders. Our sisters strive every day to be the best students, interns, volunteers, and leaders they can be (while always supporting each other). They are some of the most intelligent, caring, and thoughtful women I know and I am so honored to call them my sisters.
A hundred years ago a group of seven women founded Sigma Delta Tau in order to create an organization tailored around individuality, engagement, connection, and community. Rooted in tradition, we founded our Gamma Delta chapter thirty years ago. From the women of Sigma Delta Tau, we want to welcome you.