DELTA ZETA FOUNDATION BOARD OF TRUSTEES ANNOUNCES APPOINTMENTS

(Oxford, OH) The Delta Zeta Foundation Board of Trustees is pleased to announce the appointment of Merry Westbrook Adamcik, Distinguished Past National Officer, Delta Theta Chapter, University of Houston, and Crystal Hinson Miller, Xi Sigma Chapter, University of North Carolina/Chapel Hill. Now retired, Merry brings more than 30 years of telecom management experience to the board, while Crystal currently serves as a Chief Philanthropy Officer and President of the Indiana University Health Foundation. Each will serve a two-year term. On behalf of the Foundation, we express heartfelt appreciation to retiring Trustee, Virginia Gilbert Loftin, Alpha Gamma Chapter, University of Alabama, also a Past Foundation President, for her devoted leadership.

The following Foundation Board of Trustees will hold positions in their respective offices for 2021-2022:

  • Foundation President: Karen Martin Campbell, Delta Alpha Chapter (California State University/Long Beach)
  • Foundation Vice President: Kimberly Saari Johnston, Kappa Chapter (University of Washington)
  • Foundation Vice President-Museum: Ruth Weider Patterson, Beta Chi Chapter (Wittenberg University)
  • Foundation Secretary: Margaret A. Purcell, Alpha Gamma Chapter (University of Alabama)
  • Foundation Treasurer: Kimberly Slomka Jones, Alpha Beta Chapter (University of Illinois)
  • Foundation Trustee: Merry Westbook Adamcik, Delta Theta Chapter (University of Houston)
  • Foundation Trustee: Crystal Hinson Miller, Xi Sigma Chapter (University of North Carolina/Chapel Hill)
  • Foundation Trustee: Jenny Bogen Morrison, Theta Chapter (The Ohio State University)
  • Foundation Trustee: Jill Kawa Raderstorf, Theta Eta Chapter (Creighton University)
  • Foundation Trustee: Kim Anspach Rutkowski, Delta Tau Chapter (Temple University)
  • Foundation Trustee: Jeanine Petersen Triplett, Beta Gamma Chapter (University of Louisville)
  • Foundation Trustee: Christy Phillips-Brown, Theta Iota Chapter (Western Carolina University)

The Foundation supports Delta Zeta Sorority by awarding merit-based graduate and undergraduate scholarships that encourage excellence in the classroom, supporting programming that contributes to personal growth and investing in the Sorority’s leadership development programming and experiences for members and chapters. “The 2021-2022 Foundation Board is thrilled at the opportunity to continue to build upon the work of previous boards and to execute our vision in supporting Delta Zeta,” says Foundation President Karen Campbell. “The addition of our newest board members will help us develop more ways to support the women in our Sorority.” For more information about the Delta Zeta Foundation, visit www.deltazeta.org/foundation.

Delta Zeta Sorority is a global women’s organization whose shared values support a vision to truly inspire action and impact lives through leadership, service and philanthropy. Founded on Miami University’s campus in Oxford, Ohio in 1902, the Sorority has more than 279,000 alumnae and collegiate members in the United States and Canada. Learn more at www.deltazeta.org.

For further information, please contact Cindy Menges, Executive Director, Delta Zeta Sorority, 202 East Church Street, Oxford, Ohio 45056, (513) 523-7597, press@deltazeta.org.