The Emerald Newsletter | Kappa Delta Chi Sorority Winter 2015 - Page 6

“I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the water to create many ripples.”

~ Mother Teresa

Name: Elsa Morales

Position: District Chair 1, [email protected]

Chapter, School: Alpha Gamma, California State University Dominguez Hills

What advice would you give to a new member: The advice I would give New Members is to sort out everything that is required for them to do in a timely manner. Not to leave everything until the last minute because that will interfere with everything else including schoolwork and family.

Being in Kappa Delta Chi taught me: The advice I would give New Members is to sort out everything that is required for them to do in a timely manner. Not to leave everything until the last minute because that will interfere with everything else including schoolwork and family.

Being in Kappa Delta Chi taught me: Being in Kappa Delta Chi has taught me to speak up when I need to and to be a stronger woman than I was before. It gave me the confidence I needed in a professional atmosphere, whether it was to differentiate business casual from casual attire or even conducting meetings. It also made me realize it is always better to give back than to receive. Lastly, I really appreciate all my sisters that have helped me in any way or have even been there when I needed because you will always have a sister be your side!

Collegiate District Chairs

Name: Elizabeth Sedano

Position: District 2 Chair, [email protected]

Chapter, School: Alpha Eta, University of Nevada-Reno

What advice would you give to a new member: Open your heart and mind to this new experience. Truly embrace your process because you will be surprised as to how much you will learn about yourself and your class sisters.

Being in Kappa Delta Chi taught me: Kappa Delta Chi taught me how to develop as a professional; the importance of being able to work as a team as well as how to be a leader. KDChi taught me how to better serve my community and most importantly it taught me the meaning of sisterhood, that unconditional support, love and genuine friendship.

Name: Laura Conny Pinzon

Position: District 5 Chair, [email protected]@kappadeltachi.org

Chapter, School: Beta-Alpha University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign

What advice would you give to a new member: No matter how overwhelming it may be, it is worth it, and when you look back on it, you'll know that joining was one of the best decisions in your life! :)

Being in Kappa Delta Chi taught me: many life lessons such as leadership, professionalism, conflict resolution, also the value of friendship.

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