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SIGMA DELTA TAU ANNOUNCES SELECTION OF DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS

By SDT Headquarters,

CARMEL, IN – Sigma Delta Tau Sorority is pleased to announce the appointment of Meghan Gaffney Wells as the organization’s new Director of Communications.

Learn more about Meghan:

Meghan’s experience with communications strategy and diverse partnerships position her to elevate Sigma Delta Tau’s reach on campuses and beyond. As a longtime contract strategist, Meghan’s work on digital and print communications spans industries and platforms. Her clients include small businesses, start-ups, nonprofits, educational organizations, consultancies, and more. Her expertise kept organizations afloat during the pandemic and provided sustainable plans for their long-term success. She is excited to tell the valuable stories of Sigma Delta Tau.

Meghan’s passion for communications and education are at the forefront of her professional career. As a former higher education administrator, she worked on campuses for ten years in residence life, parent programs, leadership, and fraternity/sorority life. In each capacity, Meghan had responsibility for communications, and oversight for affiliated students. She served as the sorority housing liaison for residential women at Penn State, and council advisor for Panhellenic and NIC groups. She also advised the Black and Latino Greek Council (West Chester) and Intercultural Greek Council (UPenn), and advised chapters from NPC, NIC, NPHC, MGC, NAPA and NALFO. She cares deeply about the fraternity and sorority experience for all members.

Meghan also serves as a facilitator for LeaderShape and enjoys traveling to campuses globally to teach students about living and leading with integrity.

In 2012, Meghan was initiated into the Phi Lambda chapter of Phi Mu at West Chester University while serving as a campus advisor. Her students reunited her with her chapter sisters, who transitioned to Phi Mu from the local Alpha chapter of Theta Kappa Pi.

Meghan is a two-time graduate from Penn State University with a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism, and an M. Ed in College Student Affairs. She is a proud alumna of The Daily Collegian staff, where her love of communications was bred as a diversity beat reporter. She lives in Philadelphia with her awesome husband, three beautiful kids, two cats, and a very dumb dog.



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