Delta Delta Delta

Gamma Zeta Chapter Chapter at Millsaps College

Chapter Officers

Frances Lee

Collegiate Chapter President

"I have the privilege of serving Tri Delta Gamma Zeta as the Collegiate Chapter President, which means that I oversee all chapter affairs and officers, communicate with Tri Delta Executive Office officials and advisors, and serve on every Tri Delta standing committee. My role as CCP has challenged me to be the most confident, dedicated, and compassionate version of myself. I am so grateful for the opportunity to develop my leadership skills through Tri Delta in ways that I never thought possible as a collegiate woman!"

  • Major:
    English and Art History

Emily Hussey

VP Administration

"My position is very behind the scenes, dealing with paperwork, presentations, organizational systems, and online databases. Prior to being chosen for this position, I did not see myself as a behind-the-scenes person; however, through my sisters' confidence in me, I have found confidence in myself to do the job adequately and with purpose."

  • Major:
    Communication Studies

Catherine Zhang

Secretary

Maggie Scrivener

House Manager

Mary Taylor

VP Chapter Development

Caitlin Jowett

Member Development Chair

Daffney Dawson

Music Chair

Jameson Miller

VP Finance

Ashley Chang

Treasurer

Laura Bowden

VP Membership

Sierra Burris

VP Public Relations

"Tri Delta has been a life-changing experience for me. Serving as a VP Public Relations, I have strengthened my leadership skills, technologic abilities, and love for Tri Delta. My sisters empower me to be the very best version of myself every single day and since this sisterhood has showered me with so much love, I understand the importance of celebrating each of our members. As VPPR, I get to showcase all of my amazing sisters and their accomplishments every single day! This position bring me so much joy!"

Bekah Ervin

Philanthropy Chair

"I grew up with a strong love for St. Jude, so having the privilege to now serve as Philanthropy Chair means the world. Through this position I am able to plan and execute service and fundraising opportunities for St. Jude, as well as connecting our members with chances to serve in our Millsaps and Jackson communities. Being Philanthropy Chair allows me to use my passion and organization skills while also improving my communication skills and time management skills. I am perpetually honored to serve St. Jude and Tri Delta in this capacity."

Reanna Robinson

Panhellenic Delegate

"As the Panhellenic Delegate, I attend the Panhellenic meetings each week and represent the voice of Tri Delta. I listen to what is going on as a Panhellenic community and for each sorority, and report this information back to Tri Delta. On issues involving the Panhellenic community I vote on behalf of Tri Delta. This leadership position has made me step out of my comfort zone and helped me grow as individual in many ways. My role in Panhellenic has also helped me forge new friendships and a deeper appreciation for what goes on behind the scenes for the Greek community."

Isabel Currie

Chapter Correspondent

As Chapter Correspondent I work to maintain correspondence with other Greek chapters as well as within our chapter. This position has helped manage my time better and to be a more responsible person.

Sarah Lawson

Collegiate-Alumnae Relations Chair

"I have the privilege of connecting with alumnae and keeping them informed and connected to Tri Delta. Not only do I get to see how Tri Delta can shape me and help me grow throughout my collegiate years, but I also get to see how membership in Tri Delta can impact me beyond my collegiate years by connecting with so many amazing alumnae. This position has pushed me out of my comfort zone and has allowed me to develop my communication skills. I cannot wait to see how much more I will grow in Tri Delta!"

Andrea Vasquez

Social and Licensing Chair

"I love this position because I am able to plan social events such as formals and swaps. This position encourages the Panhellenic spirit and keeping together the Greek community. It is a fun and creative position even though it can be challenging because you need to make sure everyone has a good time. I could not have been happier to be chosen as this officer because it has helped me be more involved in Tri Delta as well as strengthen my relationship with my sisters. This office helped me be more organized and open-minded."