July 02, 2020

Delta Gamma Fraternity Elects 2020-2022 Fraternity Council

For Immediate Release:
Contact: Liz Thompson
Director of Marketing and Communications
(614) 487-5539 ext. 339 | media@deltagamma.org


COLUMBUS, OHIO [July 2, 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.

“This 2020-2022 Council will continue the important work of creating a more accessible sisterhood through considering all aspects of our organization including membership, financial access, recruitment, inclusion and more. The sorority experience is a powerful lifelong bond,” said Fraternity President, Wilma Johnson Wilbanks. “I am humbled to serve once again alongside such committed Delta Gamma leaders who are a testament to the strength of our sisterhood.”


2020-2022 ELECTED FRATERNITY COUNCIL:

Fraternity President
Wilma Johnson Wilbanks, Alpha Psi-Mississippi
Council Trustee: Collegians
Dr. Amy Ayres, Alpha Iota-Oklahoma
Council Trustee: Alumnae
Sheri Ann Senne, Alpha Theta-North Dakota
Council Trustee: Fraternity Programming
Joanna Rosenow Shook, Alpha Upsilon-Southern Methodist
Council Trustee: Membership
Carolyn Schnure Hill, Alpha Lambda-Drake
Council Trustee: Communications
Kathleen Brady Stanton, Alpha Iota-Oklahoma
Fraternity Treasurer
Susan Eddy Kinney, Beta Psi-Alabama


Delta Gamma Fraternity’s Council is comprised of dues-paying alumnae members who serve as elected members of the Board. They attend Convention, Officer Training Seminar and other Fraternity seminars as requested. They travel, when safe and appropriate, in an official capacity on behalf of the Fraternity and perform assigned duties in conformity with our Constitution, policies and procedures. These women work with Fraternity leadership and local volunteers, as well as Executive Offices staff, to drive forward the mission of our Fraternity: Do Good.

The women elected to these roles are influential within their communities and have contributed much to Delta Gamma through their volunteer roles over time. Their bios can be viewed here.


About Delta Gamma: Delta Gamma Fraternity was founded in 1873 at the Lewis School in Oxford, Mississippi. The Fraternity’s primary purpose is to foster high ideals of friendship, promote educational and cultural interests, create a true sense of social responsibility and develop the best qualities of character. Delta Gamma has more than 250,000 initiated members, 152 collegiate chapters and more than 200 alumnae groups. Delta Gamma Fraternity Executive Offices is in Columbus, Ohio.

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