Welcome 2017-2018 ELC Team!
Please join us in welcoming our Educational Leadership Consultant team that will travel across the U.S. and Canada throughout the 2017-2018 school year!
Beth Case, Gamma Alpha (George Mason U)
Beth served her chapter of initiation as New Member Educator in addition to service on multiple collegiate committees. Beth is originally from England but her family resides in Virginia, and she will graduate this spring with a BS in Hospitality, Tourism, and Events Management.
Kaitlyn Fink, Alpha Chi (Western Kentucky U)
Kaitlyn is a talented dancer and choreographer who is earning a BA in Dance with minors in both Communication Studies and in Meeting, Convention and Exposition Planning. She served her chapter on multiple committees and as Vice President of Membership Recruitment during her tenure.
Ramsey Folb, Tau (U of Minnesota)
Ramsey comes to us having served Tau as New Member Educator, and her family is from Maryland but she chose to attend school in Minnesota for their rigorous dance program. She also was an active member of Tau’s Rituals and Chapter Development committees. Ramsey will earn a BA degree in Psychology and Neuroscience this spring.
Haley Fox, Alpha Rho (Oregon State U)
Haley’s roles in Alpha Rho included Chapter President, Vice President of Standards, and Activities Chair. Haley also is an active volunteer in her community and held multiple jobs as a collegian as well. She is a double major and will earn degrees in Education and Public Health from OSU this spring.
Katie Harrington, Theta Psi (U of Toledo)
Katie will earn a Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in Human Resource Management and a minor in Communication this June. She has served as Chapter President, Vice President of Administration, Vice President for Education, and Alumnae Relations Chair for Theta Psi in addition to various committee and cabinet roles.
Meagan Harris, Delta Epsilon (Jacksonville State U)
Meagan has served Delta Epsilon as Chapter President, Vice President of Administration, and Keeper of the Ritual over her collegiate career. She served on JSU’s Ambassador team for the Office of Admissions and also has been a Senator in Student Government. She will earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management with a concentration in Human Resources this spring.
Courtney Hart, Kappa Tau (Southeastern Louisiana U)
Courtney is the past Vice President of Education for Kappa Tau and also served her chapter in many cabinet and committee roles since her initiation in 2013. She will earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Science Disorders with a minor in Psychology this May.
Audrey Healey, Beta Phi (Indiana U)
Audrey served Beta Phi as Chapter President and Panhellenic Delegate, and will earn a degree this spring in Interior Design, with an honors certificate in Liberal Arts & Management. She has also been a team member for Beta Phi’s Little 500 Cycling team since 2014 in addition to various AOII committee and community volunteer roles.
Jordan Porter, Tau Delta (Birmingham-Southern College)
Jordan served Tau Delta as New Member Educator, Assistant Vice President of Membership Recruitment, and Vice President of Membership Recruitment among various cabinet and committee roles. Jordan also was team captain for the BSC Cheerleading Squad, and she will earn a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration with a minor in Literature this spring.
Mary Grace Staples, Gamma Delta (U of South Alabama)
Mary Grace served Gamma Delta as Vice President of Membership Recruitment and Vice President of Education and will earn a degree in Fine Arts with a concentration in Graphic Design this spring. Mary Grace is a talented artist and entrepreneur, and she also served on the Academic, Sisterhood, Housing, and Philanthropy committees for Gamma Delta during her busy collegiate career.
Brittany Wagner, Xi (U of Oklahoma)
Brittany served Xi as Vice President of Administration and Assistant Vice President of Membership Recruitment since her initiation in 2013. She will earn Bachelor of Arts degree this spring in Communication with a minor in Psychology, and is a competitor in the Miss America Organization, currently holding the title of Miss South Oklahoma City.
Torianna Wilson, Lambda Sigma (U of Georgia)
Torianna is a charter member from our Phi Gamma/Georgia College & State University chapter in Fall 2013 and affiliated with Lambda Sigma when she transferred schools to earn her BS in Heath and Physical Education. Torianna also has experience serving multiple collegiate committees and as the affiliation liaison for Lambda Sigma.