alpha delta pi: for a lifetime

I could not be more proud to be an Alpha Delta Pi member, for so many reasons.  Visiting ADPi’s biennial Leadership Seminar last weekend afforded me an  opportunity to see my sisters and all the amazing work they are doing.  This past year, Alpha Delta Pi Sorority raised over one MILLION dollars for Ronald McDonald House Charities. Additionally, we raised over $30,000 to go towards scholarships and need-based aid for our collegiate and alumnae sisters.  How amazing is that?  I am so proud to be part of a sisterhood focused on giving back and supporting one another.

Over the course of the weekend, I learned many things about the history of ADPi and the day-to-day responsibilities of our advisors.  I saw members who have been involved with ADPi for over FIFTY years and have worked diligently to make sure that the First and Finest sorority remains that way Forever.  I was surrounded by a group of hundreds of women who strive to give collegiate women with a positive and enriching college experience as an Alpha Delta Pi sister.  I am excited to be involved as an alum/advisor, and I cannot wait to see what the future has to hold for Alpha Delta Pi.

Alpha Delta Pi sisterhood holds a special place in my heart for the reasons mentioned above, as well as many more.  It’s one of those things that you can only understand by becoming a part of it.  The more you invest into the sisterhood, the more you see in return.  I am so thankful that in this transition period of my life, the love and sisterhood of ADPi remains constant–whether by meeting new sisters here in Texas or reconnecting with chapter sisters from Georgia.

ADPi is more than 4 years; it’s for a lifetime.

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