Accomplished Delta Zetas 

Medicine, Social and Community Service


  • Mary Dranga Campbell, Epsilon (Indiana University); author of “Dog Guides for the Blind, 1956 Woman of the Year.
  • Elizabeth Baker Devereaux*, Theta (Ohio State University); retired Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Marshall University of Medicine; Past National President Delta Zeta Sorority; 1984 Woman of the Year.
  • Dr. Mary Hill Fulstone*, Mu (University of California/Berkeley); Nevada’s Mother of the Year in 1950; Nevada’s Doctor of the Year in 1961; Distinguished Nevadan by University of Nevada in 1963; called a “true Nevada pioneer woman;’” 1950 Woman of the Year, the first Delta Zeta alumna to receive the award.
  • Candice Maynard, Zeta Rho (William Jewell College); selected as Miss Black Missouri USA in 2005; competed for the title of Miss Black USA; advocate for promoting literacy in the African-American community and for the Children’s Miracle Network.
  • Jane Welker McFarlane (front and center with Ukon), Zeta Nu (Ferris State University); serves on the Michigan Commission on Disability Concerns to advocate for the disabled population in the state of Michigan (appointed by the governor for a consecutive five terms); a member of the Advisory Board for the Area Agency on Aging; volunteers with her own hearing dog, Ukon, to educate the public about PAWS with a CAUSE, which trains service dogs for people with disabilities. Tina Prather McIntosh, Gamma Chi (Ball State University); founder and CEO of Joy’s House, a not-for-profit adult daycare center that serves adults who are aging or living with physical or mental challenges; started a “Circle of Friends” campaign to raise money for the project; was awarded Ball State University’s Graduate of the Last Decade in 2001.
  • Hala Gaines Moddelmog, Iota Nu (Georgia Southern College), is the President and CEO of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. 2008 Woman of the Year.
  • Kim Young Statkevicus, Gamma Beta (University of Connecticut), Outreach Director and founder of September Smiles, serving widows who gave birth after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001; instrumental in construction of the Peace Labyrinth in Norwalk, Connecticut. Kim lost her husband Derek, a vice president of Keefe, Bruyette and Woods, in 2 World Trade Tower, and gave birth to her second son after her husband’s death.

*Flame Eternal