2022 National Convention

Sigma Delta Tau’s National Convention will be held at the Hilton Marina in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, June 23–26.

General Overview

During Convention, we will reconnect, celebrate and learn in the following ways:

  • Meeting or reconnecting with sisters from all across the United States
  • Learning from inspiring speakers 
  • Shaping the Society’s future through leadership elections
  • Recognizing the achievements of our chapters and sisters through our awards
  • Becoming inspired by our sisterhood and our amazing members
  • And much more!


Speaker Previews

Lauren Berger

Lauren is the CEO and Founder of InternQueen.com and CareerQueen.com. Her career advice has been featured on Business InsiderForbesTeen Vogue, The Today Show, InStyle.com, Kaitlyn Bristowe’s Off the Vine and more!

Lauren will be sharing her experiences as a woman entrepreneur in business and her journey with creating her brand and staying relevant within her different channels, while also infusing career advice throughout her keynote. We can’t wait to host Lauren!

Karith Foster

Karith is a speaker, humorist, diversity engagement specialist and author of You Can Be Perfect or You Can Be Happy. She will be talking with us about being perfect and leading us through a fun program to help us find balance between perfection and happiness.

Meet Karith by watching a special video and take her Perfect or Happy: Perfectionism Quiz!

Christina Parle

Joining our fantastic lineup of Convention speakers is Christina Parle! Christina (she/they) is an equity, inclusion and diversity (EID) educator and consultant with her company, Social Responsibility Speaks, and she recently served as the Director of Chapter Services and Conduct for Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity (ZBT). Christina believes she has a social responsibility to educate others and create space for dialogue related to these concepts. Much of her work is rooted in unlearning, conflict resolution and effective communication. Christina’s particular interest is on language and its impacts. She is also the President-Elect on the Board of Directors for the Association for Student Conduct Administration (ASCA). Christina has specific experience in behavioral conduct, curriculum writing, and leadership education. Much of her work is rooted in unlearning, conflict resolution and effective communication skills.

Meet Christina and learn what she’ll be talking about here. We can’t wait to host Christina!

Hotel Information

Hilton Ft. Lauderdale Marina
1881 SE 17th Street
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33316

View an overview of the 2018 National Convention.