Senior Collegiate Leadership Consultants
Maddy Barbour (California State-Fullerton)
- I chose to return as a CLC because I truly enjoy the opportunity to connect with others through their sorority experience. learned so much from everyone I met last year at each visit, and I knew I didn't want this amazing experience to end just yet─I have so much more to learn and to give.
- I chose Gamma Phi Beta because I truly felt "at home" in this sisterhood. I love everything this organization stands for, and love and genuine relationships and support this organization fosters.
Kelly Carson (California State-Chico)
- I wanted to become a CLC to continue to give back to an organization that has empowered me in more ways than I can put into words. The opportunity to return for a second year and continue to guide, learn, and grow with our collegiate women and alumnae was something I just couldn't pass up!
- When my CLC experience comes to a close, I would love to continue my professional career working for an organization that empowers and inspires women.
Megan Piehler (Midwestern State)
- I genuinely enjoy this job! I love that I get to empower others daily and offer support not only about Gamma Phi Beta positions, but also about navigating difficulties in life. I am excited to take all that I’ve experienced and be an even better resource for collegians and teammates this year!
- I am interested in pursuing a career in public relations, specifically with nonprofit fundraising or event management.
Katelyn Zam (Cincinnati)
- My experience with past CLC's ultimately led me to apply for this position. They gave gave me so much leadership and officer development, mentorship, and empowerment as a collegian and inspired me to want to do the same!
- I love people. I love learning about their passions and what makes them tick. I am committed to building impactful relationships while teaching them skills to help them better their collegiate chapter!
Collegiate Leadership Consultants
Kelly Eshima (California-Riverside)
- I have always been interested in the growth of our Sorority through leadership. By serving our Sorority, the leaders of our chapters (with or without titles) contribute to the legacy and constant improvement of our sisterhood. During my time in Gamma Phi Beta, I learned that I don’t need a title to be a leader, a positive role model or a strong woman. I wanted to become a CLC to share my love for and knowledge of Gamma Phi Beta like former CLCs did for me.
- After my CLC experience I plan on moving back to my hometown of San Francisco and applying for law school. I would like to go to law school for patent and intellectual property law.
Natalie Fournier (McGill)
- Gamma Phi Beta is an organization that means so much to me and has helped me grow exponentially throughout my collegiate years. The opportunity to share my knowledge and growth with other women as well as continue to grow as a leader influenced my decision to become a CLC!
- After my experience being a CLC I'll most likely go to graduate school for a master's degree in public policy.
Jessica Hayes (Maryland)
- As a charter member of my chapter, and my chapter's first president, I got to interact and build relationships with all of our CLCs that lived with and visited Beta Beta. I can certainly say that I would not be the person I am today without the CLCs I have had the pleasure of knowing and working with. I want to be able to be that person for the collegiate sisters that I meet during this experience.
- My favorite Gamma Phi Beta memory was attending my first Gamma Phi Beta Convention in 2016 in Atlanta. I got to connect with so many sisters from different chapters and had such an amazing time getting to bond with my Executive Council!
Hannah Keane (Bentley)
- Maya Angelou once said, “If you get, give. If you learn, teach.” Gamma Phi Beta has given me so much during my time in university that I wanted to be able to give back and share my experience with sisters and inspire a new group of women to be empowered and self-assured in their lives and their decisions.
- I look up to my chapter advisor who does so much good in her life and has taught me so many lessons to help me be a better leader, better woman, and better person.
Emma Plentl (Colorado-Boulder)
- I loved my position as public relations vice president and I enjoyed getting to know Gamma Phi Beta on a different level. I am hoping that this CLC position will do the same and strengthen my skills in the workplace.
- My favorite Gamma Phi Beta memory would be my first primary recruitment and meeting my little during third round.
Kaela Samek (Nebraska-Kearney)
- After Convention in Altana, my heart was on fire for Gamma Phi and it hasn’t stopped since. I wanted to continue to serve Gamma Phi so with the continual push from my chapter advisor, I decided to apply to be a CLC.
- My favorite Gamma Phi Beta memory was when my chapter heard word that we received Order of 1874. My chapter worked endlessly on making sure that we strived to be the best chapter we could. It was an amazing moment to have all our hard work pay off.
Hailey Steuer (Central Florida)
- What influenced my decision to become a CLC was all the amazing women I got to meet over the years as a collegiate member. I liked the idea of getting to meet and work with sisters from other chapters as well!
- I look up to my collegiate chapter advisor. She was there for me not only as a guide when I held chapter leadership positions, but as a friend and mentor through life's struggles. I still look to her today and always will.
Hannah Taylor (Kennesaw)
- The impact that past consultants have had on my life inspired me to become a CLC. I saw this position as an opportunity to give back to an organization that has given so much to me while also growing personally and professionally.
- The person I look up to the most is my mom. She is self-motivated, passionate and resilient. She stays true to herself while pursuing her goals and inspiring those around her!