Field Secretaries & Consultants in the 1960s & 1970s

October 22, 2020
During the 1960s and 1970s, Delta Gamma's Field Secretary Program underwent its first major changes! In 1964, the program was revised to ensure every chapter received a visit at least once per year. Then in the mid-1970s, the position title was changed to "Field Consultant," in order to be more reflective of the responsibilities of the role. Read to learn more about the changes during these two decades.
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Field Secretaries in the 1940s & 1950s

October 14, 2020
Did you know that Delta Gamma’s well-known Collegiate Development Consultant (CDC) Program used to be called the Field Secretary Program? Officially established in 1945, read about the first two decades of the program!
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Working & Learning at Home: Advice from Delta Gammas

September 25, 2020
Many of our recent virtual programs and events have centered around providing advice from DG alumnae who have expert strategies on how to make the most of distanced learning for their kids. Learn from fellow Delta Gammas who have mastered this whole distanced learning thing in their own families and professional lives.
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Get to know Council: Dr. Amy Ayres

September 14, 2020
During Convention 2020 in June, we installed a new Council. Dr. Amy Ayres, Alpha Iota-Oklahoma​, is our new Council Trustee: Collegians. Amy has previously served the Fraternity in numerous ways, including most recently, as Fraternity Director: Chapter Development. Get to know Dr. Amy Ayres!​
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I Am A Sorority Woman

August 05, 2020
For our 2020 I Am A Sorority Woman campaign, we’re inviting members of all sororities to bring attention to how sorority women are using this new virtual landscape to make meaningful change in their communities. No matter what letters you wear, we want to hear what you have to say.
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What does sharing your sisterhood look like?

July 26, 2020
We have much work left to do in order to continue to push past the barriers that exist inside and outside of our “club of mutual helpfulness,” as our Founders called it. We must tap into our collective power to strengthen our sisterhood to be true champions of the do good message.
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The Impacts of Microaggressions: Hearing from Fellow DGs

July 16, 2020
On Wednesday, June 10, Delta Gamma was joined by 317 individuals for our virtual panel discussion on “The Impacts of Microaggressions.” This talk was hosted by four DG alumnae who had expressed interest in speaking to their fellow sisters about their experiences as Black women in Delta Gamma. As a historically white organization, it is our duty to use our privilege to advocate for change and create communities that are equitable and just.
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Delta Gamma Fraternity Elects 2020-2022 Fraternity Council

July 02, 2020
Delta Gamma Fraternity hosted its 69th Biennial Convention this past Saturday, June 27 through a virtual format. As members conducted the business of the Fraternity, the 2020-2022 Fraternity Council officers were elected to govern the organization for the next biennium.
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Reimagining the Legacy Connection

June 18, 2020
Almost thirty years ago, I became my mother’s sister when I joined Delta Gamma. I had heard about Delta Gamma my entire life, not to mention my brother and I would sing DG songs in the living room after going to a recruitment preview at the chapter my mom was advising. When I was looking at colleges, I would check if they had a Delta Gamma chapter. I saw the relationships my mom had fostered with sisters both in college and throughout her life and I knew I wanted the same thing.
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