April 9, 2020

The Truly Episode 2: Staying Connected


Delta Zeta Women's Membership Organization | Delta Zeta Sorority

During this time of social distancing staying connected to one another is more important than ever. Our connections with our sisters are something we all value and will help us during these uncertain times. In this episode, Ally Tack, Director of Chapter Services with Delta Zeta Sorority, talks about different ways we can all keep in touch and meet new sisters, because even while we are apart our “love is ever steadfast.” Click on the video below to watch this week’s episode and share how you stay connected or meet new sisters!


Episode 2: Staying Connected Transcript

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