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About Us

Alpha Delta Pi is proud to be the first secret society exclusively for women. Founded on May 15, 1851, at Wesleyan Female College in Macon, Georgia, our sorority is rich with tradition and sisterhood. Alpha Delta Pi sisters strive for excellence in philanthropy, academic performance, and campus leadership. In keeping with our motto, We Live for Each Other, our members have found a place for support, shared values, and personal development. Opportunities abound for the sisters of Alpha Delta Pi, and we look forward to sharing them with you.

The Epsilon Eta chapter was installed on April 13, 2013 at Mississippi State University. Alpha Delta Pi sisters are involved in all aspects os Mississippi State University campus life. As founder Eugenia Tucker Fitzgerald penned in 1855, ADPi remains dedicated to "the mental, moral, social, and domestic improvement of its member" as founding principals:
Scholarship
Leadership
Service to others
Sisterhood

Meet our Executive Officers

President: Maddie Mertz 

I am a Senior majoring in Animal & Dairy Sciences from Celina, Ohio. As President I have the honor of leading our executive board and chapter. I also get to act as a liason between our chapter and campus officials and international officers. I am so incredibly excited to see where our chapter goes this year! We have some amazing officers and we had a very successful 2018-19 school year full of "firsts" such as our planning our campus's first Greek Wide speaker; sponsoring 5 rooms at the Jackson Ronald McDonald House; and winning philanthropy competitions such as Charity Bowl.

Executive VP: Kirsten Snodgrass

I am a junior majoring in Professional Meteorology and I am from Smiths Station, Alabama. As Executive Vice President, I serve as the liaison between our chapter and Executive Office. I also keep track of all files and paperwork, and I ensure that our chapter is on track for winning awards through Alpha Delta Pi. I am so honored to be able to serve in this position and help our chapter continue to flourish!

Standards VP: Skylar Liner

I am a junior majoring in Wildlife, Fisheries, and Aquaculture and I am from Gray, Louisiana. My purpose is to hold every sister to the high standards of Alpha Delta Pi. I think this next year will be a great year of growth for our chapter. Big and exciting things are coming and our chapter is fully prepared to take on the next year!

Membership Education VP: Makenna Avitabile

I am a junior from Chattanooga, Tennessee and I am majoring in Chemistry and Spanish. Retention is my main job along with planning chapter retreat, initiation, and working with a team of 6 people. This year I want to achieve high retention rates and ensure that our alphas feel extremely welcomed and loved by the chapter.

Recruitment and Marketing VP: Mary Grace Payne

I am a senior from Memphis, Tennessee and I am majoring in Psychology. The Recruitment and Marketing VP is responsible for directing and managing a team who is responsible for the future of Epsilon Eta. My intention for this chapter every year, including this year, is to always move forward. Every year the goal is to progress the chapter further than it was the year prior. We are to learn from the past, prepare for the future, and enjoy the present success we have achieved.

Financial VP: Avery Palmer

I am a senior from Marietta, Georgia and I am majoring in Accounting with minors in Economics and Finance. My purpose is to apply the skills I’ve learned in class to an important situation, and to help our chapter grow! I’m excited to watch our chapter expand through fall recruitment, and I’ll miss all the seniors who are graduating in May!

Panhellenic Delegate: Lizzie Walker

I am a senior majoring in Biomedical Engineering and I am from Tuscaloosa, Alabama. As Panhellenic Delegate, I work on relaying our information to the other chapters on campus and vice versa. I also work on building panhellenic sisterhood. I am excited for what the next year has to come. Epsilon Eta is growing more and more everyday, and I am so happy I get to be a part of it. I look forward to coninuing to build relationships with other Panhellenic sisters.

Social VP: Flannery Egner

I am a sophomore from Olive Branch, Mississippi and I am majoring in Political Science. My purpose is to plan social functions for the chapter to enjoy while ensuring a safe, fun environment for these functions! I’m so excited for what’s in store, I have a lot of fun events planned and I can’t wait to see how they turn out!