Tri Delta

Epsilon Nu Chapter at Chapman University

Epsilon Nu Alumnae

Leah Freeman

Class of 2015

Leah joined Tri Delta her freshman year as part of the Gamma class. She was involved in Chapman News for three of her years at Chapman, and served as a weather producer, reporter, anchor, and executive producer. She interned at a news station in Palm Springs, NBC Bay Area (twice!), NBC LA (twice), and spent a summer at the TODAY Show. During her time as a Tri Delta she served as Skit Chair. After graduating in 2015, Leah moved to Lubbock, Texas to become a reporter and weather anchor. She reported three days a week and did weather on the weekends. A few times, she even got to storm chase and cover multiple types of weather phenomena. In January 2017, she moved back to California and is now doing weather every weeknight in Bakersfield.

Lexi Garcia

Class of 2017

Lexi joined Tri Delta as a freshman as part of the Zeta class. As an active member, she served as our Vice President of Administration and Chapter President. During the 2017-2018 school year, Lexi will be working as a Chapter Development Consultant for Tri Delta to help chapters across the country grow and improve!

Lauren Nowicki

Class of 2017

Lauren Nowicki graduated as part of the class of 2017 but finished her courses in December 2016. She joined Tri Delta in the fall of her freshman year and is a proud Epsilon Nu alumni and Zeta Class member. During her time in Tri Delta, she served as Social Media Chair and Social Chair. Being a part of Tri Delta at Chapman University helped out Lauren's career as she began working for a Greek Life event planning company under the management of her Tri Delta big, Maddy Stephens (class of 2015). Together they worked with many chapters on campuses around Orange County and LA. This experience helped develop her management and marketing skills. She used the skills she learned as Social Chair to assist other Social Chairs in their own work. Having this job opportunity through Tri Delta gave her experience that led her to excel at the job she is at today. Lauren is working at E! Live Events through NBCUniversal and has just been promoted to Associate Producer. She uses the skills that she learned in her 3.5 years as an active Tri Delta member every day! She is so thankful for her sisters who have always supported her in her career endeavors. If it were not for Tri Delta, Lauren does not do think that these opportunities or learning experiences would have been available to her.

Danielle Roe

Class of 2016

During her time as a collegiate member, Danielle served as New Member Educator, received the 2015 Eileen Blain Rudolph Academic Award and was a National Sarah Ida Shaw Award Honorable Mention Recipient. While studying at Chapman, she interned for the Mental Health Association of OC and volunteered to tutor homeless youth every week in the Southern California area. Since her graduation in 2016, Danielle has been working as a behavioral specialist for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. This coming year, she will be teaching English in Toyko through the JET Program. In the fall of 2018, she will begin working on her Masters in Occupational Therapy at the University of Illinois in Chicago.

Taylor Krause

Class of 2016

Taylor was very involved on campus during her time at Chapman. Aside from being an active member in Tri Delta, Taylor was a member of Women in Science & Technology, an ambassador for the Schmid Student Leadership Council, and a senator for the Student Government Association. In 2015, she represented Tri Delta for Delta Tau Delta’s Delta Queen competition and won! During her campaign, she raised over $8,000 for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Taylor also went to Ghana on a Global Medical Brigade, interned for an energy analytics company in Ireland, and participated in an atmospheric research program for NASA. Since her graduation in 2016, Taylor has been working as an executive assistant for Citizen’s Climate Lobby, an environmental nonprofit that lobbies Congress with a plan to tax carbon emission as a climate change solution.

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