Empowered Volunteer: Beth Sesler

By SDT Headquarters,

Elizabeth (Beth) Sesler, Epsilon-University of Cincinnati SDT Foundation President Past National President The Alumnae Programming and Engagement Committee is excited to continue our series spotlighting Sigma Delta Tau’s wonderful volunteers! Beth served as the National President of Sigma Delta Tau from 1994-1998. She currently serves on the Finance Committee and serves as the current President  … Read more


Outstanding Scholar Profile: Kelly Evak, Delta Alpha-Eastern Michigan

By SDT Headquarters,

This blog series is dedicated to SDT’s Outstanding Scholars. These women are nominated by their chapters for their dedication to school, as well as their contribution to the chapter. Kelly Evak Kelly serves as her the Delta Alpha Vice President of Scholarship. She was nominated by several people at her chapter who are impressed with  … Read more


Empowered Volunteer: Jessica Chi

By SDT Headquarters,

Jessica Chi, Gamma Tau-Columbia The Alumnae Programming and Engagement Committee is excited to continue our series spotlighting Sigma Delta Tau’s wonderful volunteers! This month we are introducing you to Jessica Chi. Jessica has been volunteering for SDT since graduating from our Gamma Tau chapter at Columbia University in 2015. Her love for SDT is shown  … Read more


Empowered Volunteer: Tami Ackerman

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  The Alumnae Programming and Engagement Committee, led by Megan Lilly, is excited to announce a new series spotlighting our wonderful volunteers! In each month’s Empowered Volunteer Series, we will interview a dedicated volunteer to learn more about them and their service to Sigma Delta Tau. This month we’re excited to introduce you to  National  … Read more


Time to Hit the Road, Again – By Aimee Kohler

By SDT Headquarters,

Did you blink? Yea, summer is almost over. With summer ending and the school year starting, I found myself getting ready to start traveling for the year as a Senior Leadership Consultant. And shockingly, I am even more excited to get started now, then I was last year. With a year under my belt and  … Read more