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Q&A with a CRO: An ELC Inspiring Leadership and Confidence

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Above: ELC Ann (center) being kited by the Delta Epsilon executive board, with Hailey on the far left.

Last year, ELC Ann Crary visited the Delta Epsilon Chapter at Arizona State University. By meeting with members of the executive board, Ann helped the officers feel more comfortable in their roles to position the chapter for […]

Q&A with a CEO: The Impact of an ELC Visit

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Above: ELC Annie (left) and CEO Jilan (right) in front of the Kappa Alpha Theta coat of arms.

In the spring of 2014, ELC Annie Hornung visited the Zeta Xi Chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta. Annie worked with the chapter to implement new and innovative ideas and encouraged each chapter member to be the best […]

3 Things I’ve Learned from Recruitment that Can be Used in Real Life

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By: Amelia Ayers, Epsilon Iota/Westminster, Theta Foundation scholarship recipient

Above: Amelia, center, with members of the Epsilon Iota Chapter on Philanthropy Day during formal recruitment this year. 

Whether you are a prospective new member looking to find your new home, a sophomore recruiting for the first time, or a senior fighting back tears as you bring new members […]

Theta’s ELCs Are Creating a Lasting Impact as Only Sisters Can

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By: Julia Pohlmann, Eta Pi/Case Western

Above: Ashley Freeman (center) visits the Eta Pi Chapter at Case Western Reserve University. 

A sister is there to help you, guide you, connect with you, and make sure that you’re being the best version of yourself. An Educational Leadership Consultant (ELC) is no different. As Theta alumnae, these women dedicate […]

The Benefits of Theta’s ELC Program from Yesterday to Today

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By: Betsy Miller, Alpha Lambda/Washington

Above: Betsy and her fellow chapter consultants in the consultant dorms in 1984. At right: Betsy (left) and her daughter Mary Grace (right) at the Portland Alumnae Founder’s Day celebration in 2015.

Indianapolis, 1984: Having just finished chapter consultant training, Julie Shivers Jameson, Gamma Phi/Texas Tech, and I were the first ones […]

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