2022-2024 Board of Directors
By SDT Headquarters,
We are excited to announce our 2022-2024 Board of Directors! Elected and installed at our Convention in Fort Lauderdale, Florida last month, these women will lead our organization into and through the next biennium.
Emily Freed, Alpha Epsilon—Purdue University, was elected as Sigma Delta Tau’s new National President. Emily steps into this honorable role from her previous position on the Board of Directors as the National Secretary/Treasurer. Emily has served in various volunteer capacities as an alumna.
“I am grateful for and humbled by the opportunity to lead this great organization for the next biennium,” said National President Emily Freed. “Now is the time to come together to understand the challenges of the moment, develop solutions that meet those needs, and implement them with excellence. I look forward to working with our collegiates, volunteers and alumnae to “lift as we rise.”
Serving as Vice Presidents on our Board of Directors are Daryn Foster, Gamma Mu—Northeastern University, Jillian Gallagher, Kappa—University of Illinois, Meredith Mitnick, Mu—University of Southern California, Amy Rodnick, Beta Beta, Michigan State University and Kimberly “Kimmi” Teller, Beta Tau—Rutgers University.
Leslie Herman, Delta Epsilon—Emory University, was elected to the role of National Secretary/Treasurer, and Jessica Ryan, Gamma Eta—University of South Florida was selected to serve as SDT’s Chief Panhellenic Officer. Finally, Margaux Manley Lima, Alpha Mu—University of Miami—serves on the Board of Directors as Immediate Past National President.
“We are excited to welcome this talented and committed group of leaders for the next biennium,” shared Executive Director Melissa Kish. “They come to the table with impressive and diverse professional and sorority experience and have a clear vision for where they want to take Sigma Delta Tau.”
The Board of Directors gathered at the Sigma Delta Tau National Office in Carmel, Indiana in July to discuss priorities, goals and plans for the 2022-2024 biennium.