Congratulations to the 2017-18 Leadership Consultants!
- Lauren Abrahamson, Beta Beta-Michigan State University
- Alexandra Camarda, Beta Zeta-Queens College
- Emily Crosmer, Gamma Pi-University of Tampa
- Aimee Kohler, Beta Pi-University of Rochester
- Molly Levine, Alpha Iota-Tulane University
- Marcela Pertusi, Delta Theta-Pace University
- Courtney Rubin, Gamma Epsilon-SUNY Oneonta
- Taylor Zeigler, Gamma Eta-University of South Florida (Senior Consultant)
A Sigma Delta Tau Leadership Consultant acts as an official representative of the National Organization to all undergraduate chapters. It is a full-time, paid position. Consultants travel throughout the academic year to SDT chapters across the country. The application process begins in January for the following academic year.
Consultant Responsibilities include:
- Training Chapter Officers and Committee Chairmen
- Helping chapters execute recruitment
- Carrying out the National Policies
- Educating undergraduates in all areas of chapter programming, including: membership recruitment, scholarship, new member education, philanthropy, community service and sorority education
- Identifying chapter issues and assisting in solutions development
- Consulting with university administrators
- Cultivating local alumnae to work with chapters
- Assisting the extension team
- Serving as public relations ambassadors
- Working with the local college Panhellenics
- Submitting written reports
- Developing new resource materials for the national organization
- Representing the national organization at regional and national conferences
- Serve as a counselor, educator, spokesperson, advisor and as an expert in communications.
- Skills developed include: oral and written communication, organization, project management, creativity, marketing, presentation, sales and independent thinking.