Sigma Delta Tau (“SDT”), is proud to announce the new national Board of Directors for the 2016-18 biennium. The Board was formally installed during Leadership School, on June 25, 2016.
- Debbie Eleftheriou, Beta Tau-Rutgers University, National President
- Tami Goldstein Ackerman, Alpha Beta-University of Rhode Island, National Vice President, Philanthropy & Programming
- Alexis Feder, Gamma Sigma-Johnson and Wales University, National Vice President, Chapter Development & Support
- Lindsay Braverman Forman, Gamma Tau-Columbia University, National Vice President, Recruitment
- Emily Freed, Alpha Epsilon-Purdue University, National Vice President, Chapter Services
- Margaux Manley Lima, Alpha Mu-University of Miami, National Vice President, Leadership Development & Alumnae
- Meredith Mitnick, Mu-University of Southern California, National Secretary/Treasurer
- Michelle Keck Carlson, Gamma Psi-Arizona State University, Past National President
- Lynn Marano, Alpha Theta-University of Maryland, National Panhellenic Delegate
Past National President (1994-98) Elizabeth Sesler, Epsilon-University of Cincinnati, oversaw the ceremony, installing the new Board and welcoming our 29th National President.
“I am honored to serve as the National President of Sigma Delta Tau during this very special time as we look forward to celebrating 100 years of sisterhood next year,” said Debbie Eleftheriou. “This organization is filled with empowering women; I draw strength from their passion, leadership and friendship. Together with the Board of Directors and our National Council, I look forward to growing and strengthening Sigma Delta Tau for generations to come.”
During Debbie Eleftheriou’s address at Leadership School, she shared her theme for the term: “Dream the Impossible. Seek the Unknown. Achieve GrΣΔΤness.” She challenged the collegian and alumnae leaders in attendance to continue the dream of the founding sisters, to never let obstacles stand in the way, and to always seek greatness in one’s self and in others.
The Board of Directors serve a two-year term. This term will be especially poignant as they will serve during the Centennial Celebration in 2017.