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:
Service to others
Meet our Executive Officers
President: Kirsten Snodgrass
I am a Junior majoring in Professional Meteorology from Smiths Station, Alabama.
Alpha Delta Pi is more than just a sorority. It has defined my college experience by pushing me towards academic success, by helping me build strong leadership characteristics, and by guiding me to become the best version of myself. As President I have the honor of leading our executive board and chapter, and I am also am responsible for the strategic direction of the chapter. I am so incredibly excited to lead our members on a deeper level and create an impact on the future of Alpha Delta Pi. I can’t wait to see where this year takes us!
VP of Operations: Lauren Adams
As Vice President of Operations, I am the liaison between our chapter and Executive Office. I am also in charge of all of our chapter’s paperwork and files. In addition to this, I make sure that our chapter is heading the right direction to win awards through Alpha Delta Pi. I am so blessed to be able to serve my sisters in this position and I cannot wait to see what our chapter will accomplish next!
VP of Finance: Lauren Sennett
As VP of Finance I handle the chapter’s finances and officer budgets. I help ensure that all members have a payment plan that works for them and that the chapter’s finances are in order.
I hope to help accommodate member’s financial needs. I also hope to keep chapter officers informed of their budget and funding for chapter events.
VP of Member Development: Morgann Koepke
As the VP of Member Development, it is my job to ensure the success of all of our sisters. That includes academics, mental health, and personal success. I am so privileged to be in this position and I am so excited to help our chapter achieve our goals.
VP of Membership Experience: Mary Margaret Earp
I’m a sophomore from Huntsville, AL and I’m majoring in Marketing & Supply Chain Management. As Vice President of Membership Experience, it is my job to oversee each level of membership in the chapter and ensure that everyone is having a positive experience. I am so honored to be able to serve in this position and watch Epsilon Eta continue to grow!
VP of Marketing: Kameron Keel
As Vice President of Marketing I work with our social media team, PR team, and recruitment team to build our chapter and present ourselves in the best way that reflects who we truly are not only as a chapter but as a true sisterhood. My goals I want to accomplish is establishing a larger social media presence to highlight our chapter and the individuality of Epsilon Eta and coordinate a strong recruitment to continue ADPi’s legacy.
VP of Panhellenic Relations: Flannery Egner
I am a sophomore majoring in Political Science, and am honored to serve the Epsilon Eta chapter of Alpha Delta Pi. As Vice President of Panhellenic Relations, I am responsible for being the liaison for our chapter and our Panhellenic community. I help strengthen our ties to our fellow Greek sisters through Panhellenic, philanthropy, and sisterhood events! I hope to promote Greek unity and empowerment of women while in this position!
VP of Event Management: Haley Palmer
As the Vice President of Event Management, I organize the chapter’s social events. It is my job to ensure that our members experience fun, safe date parties and socials. My goal is to bring our sisters together though these events and to further our social skills as a whole. Personally my goal is to represent our new pledge class well on the executive board and be a voice for us in the chapter.