News

Check out the following ADPi Alumnae resources for all the latest news, events, and information:

Nashville Association Newsletters:

Fall 2019 Newsletter

Alpha Delta Pi Alumnae Chronicle:

August 2019 Alumnae Chronicle

September 2019 Alumnae Chronicle

Sharron Francis featured in The Winter 2018 Adelphean: Sisters in STEM

Sharron received her undergraduate degree in biology and chemistry from Western Kentucky in 1965. She went on to receive a fellowship to study medical physiology at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine and earn her doctorate in 1970. She joined the faculty at the medical school there and became Research Professor in the Department of Molecular and Physiology and Biophysics. She continued her research for 37 years, contributing to the development of many widely used medications. She served on numerous editorial boards for scientific journals and editor for three scientific books. In 2007, Sharron received the Alpha Delta Pi Award for Outstanding Contribution to Profession. She retired in 2011 and enjoys spending time with her two children and three grandchildren. Congratulations Sharron, and thank you for your contribution to science!

To read more about Sharron Francis and other Sisters in STEM, the digital copy of the Winter 2018 Adelphean can be found here!

Congratulations to our Sisters in the 2018 Honor Roll of Donors!

This distinction is given to Alumnae who have donated over $185.10 this past year through annual giving clubs to The Alpha Delta Pi Foundation. Please join us in congratulating these Nashville ladies:

Cheryl Oglesby – Delta Sigma (anniversary club)
Warneta Conner – Delta Upsilon (diamond club)
MaryDe Elliston – Western Kentucky University (Blue & White Club)
Pam Zimmerman – Epsilon Tau (Macon club)
Sharon Wahlstrom – Omega Alpha (Blue & White Club)

Celebrating 39 Years of Partnership with the RMHC!

On October 30, 2018, we will be celebrating the 39th Anniversary of our partnership with the Ronald McDonald House Charities. Since 1979, Alpha Delta Pi has raised over $14 million for the RMHC, as well as establishing the Ronald McDonald House Charities Endowment so that we can provide even more resources worldwide. Thank you sisters for all your philanthropic efforts towards The House that Love Built!

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2018 Leadership Seminar News

The Nashville ADPi Alumnae Association for once again receiving the Three Diamond Award this year! This award recognizes the association’s commitment and dedication to its member engagement, philanthropic and community service efforts, involvement with collegiate members, as well as active participation in Alumnae Panhellenic. Congratulations, sisters!

AA Three Diamond

2017 Convention News

Convention Photo Henrietta Powell

Congratulations to our very own Henrietta Powell, who celebrated 60 years of ADPi sisterhood.   She was recognized at convention this summer.

The Nashville ADPi Alumnae Association  received the 3-Diamond Award, and was one of only four alum organizations recognized for exceptional fundraising efforts for the Alpha Delta Pi Foundation.

Violets!