Senior Collegiate Leadership Consultants
Alaina Davis (Puget Sound)
- Adventurous, warmhearted and passionate
- I joined Gamma Phi Beta to be part of a genuine group of people that would embrace me as I am while always stretching me to reach my fullest potential.
- I would characterize my leadership style as relational and encouraging. I love helping my sisters realize and develop the limitless potential that is within them!
Danie Edwards (Oakland)
- Compassionate, vibrant and resilient
- I look up to my mother because she is the most generous and compassionate person I know. She would bend over backwards to help someone, and that is a quality that I appreciate and admire.
- Over the next year, I hope to learn more about different cultures and lifestyles as I travel and meet new people.
Annie Lambert (Northern Iowa)
- Resilient, empathetic and passionate
- My experience with past CLCs inspired me to reach for the position. I viewed this role as an opportunity to make a bigger impact on the organization that has impacted my life in so many ways.
- My favorite Gamma Phi Beta memories always seem to happen during the best time of the year...recruitment! I love welcoming new sisters into our organization. It's such a privilege to watch them grow during their time in the Sorority!
Lauren McGuire (Michigan State)
- Driven, passionate and inquisitive
- I am a curious person that enjoys reading, listening and engaging in conversations to learn as much as possible about a topic. This will help in getting to know chapters and assessing their needs and strengths.
- I work very hard to lead by example and relate to my peers, creating an environment open for discussion and creativity.
Collegiate Leadership Consultants
Kelsey Arneson (Creighton)
- Spirited, intentional and adventurous
- I like to lead first by making a point that everyone feels valued and invested. I'm a firm believer in leading by example, but finishing alongside your teammates.
- I really look up to my sister for her courageous spirit, diligent and hardworking nature and unapologetic pride and authenticity in who she is.
Maddy Barbour (California State-Fullerton)
- Resilient, positive and organized
- I wanted to become a CLC because the CLCs I got to learn from and interact with as a collegian had such a huge impact on my leadership style, as well as my chapter. I wanted to be able to pay that positive impact forward for other Gamma Phi Beta sisters.
- As a leader, I like to emphasize each other's strengths and always bring positivity to the work environment.
Kelly Carson (California State-Chico)
- Adventurous, thoughtful and positive
- As a leader, I try to put the feelings and thoughts of others first. I feel that the only way to be successful as a leader is to know about the people who you are leading and what is important to them. By listening to others and giving them the opportunity to constructively express themselves, everyone in the organization falls on the same page and it is much easier to accomplish goals that are set together!
- I wanted to become a CLC because I felt so inspired by all the previous consultants who came to visit my chapter during my time as a collegian. I want to be able to encourage and motivate collegians to follow their dreams, not only as sisters of Gamma Phi Beta, but as the confident, powerful young women they are!
Angelica Chhikara (California-Riverside)
- Methodical, innovative and perceptive
- I am really excited to take away new experiences from each collegiate chapter that I visit and especially to make lasting memories with new sisters.
- As a strong leader I make it a goal to empower my teammates with positivity instead of focusing on negativity.
Emily Mullins (Wichita State)
- Enthusiastic, curious and determined
- I look up to my mom so much because of her optimism. She always has a smile on her face and is genuinely interested in hearing the stories of other people – it’s amazing how joyful she is all the time and I want to radiate joy the same way.
- My leadership style is to ask a lot of questions and be transparent about what my goals are. It’s hard to follow people when you don’t understand what they’re doing, so I think being clear and straightforward is so important.
Annelise Newman (Chapman)
- Positive, outgoing and empathetic
- Stepping into collegiate leadership in Gamma Phi Beta was one of the most enriching experiences of my life. I was truly transformed by the lessons I learned and knew that I would carry them with me into whatever the future held. The opportunity to continue learning from Gamma Phi Beta and to give back to the women that have made me who I am is the greatest honor!
- I hope that my sense of empathy will make me a strong CLC. I think I am capable of reading others well and understanding where they are coming from, even if their experiences and perspectives are very different than mine!
Megan Piehler (Midwestern State)
- Joyful, tenacious and encouraging
- I hope to learn how to foster lasting friendships even when they're long-distance and also how to be a more minimalistic traveler.
- My leadership style is like a coach. I am able to give insight towards goal setting, but am also there to encourage and motivate people to achieve those goals along the way.
Ashleigh Salyers (James Madison)
- Charismatic, generous and intuitive
- I will always be thankful for the time I spent as chapter president, and the skills I developed from the role.
- I chose Gamma Phi Beta, during extension recruitment, because I felt women (of all different ages) connecting, sharing and laughing, while living by Gamma Phi Beta's Core Values. These strong, friendly and passionate women were who I aspire to become.
Katelyn Zam (Cincinnati)
- Authentic, intuitive and driven
- I lead by example and with integrity. I am a firm believer that more is accomplished when people are authentic and vulnerable with each other.
- I look up to my younger sister. She is full of grace, compassion and humility. She is a huge motivation for me to be a leader and a role model for not only her but all other women.