Elections & Nominating Committee
Kappa Delta is the great organization it is today because of the exceptional women who have led our organization for 120 years. Their selfless dedication, vision, wisdom and courage have allowed our sorority to flourish. At National Convention 2017, delegates will elect the National Council officers who will lead Kappa Delta for the 2017-2019 biennium.
The Nominating Committee has slated the following candidates for the 2017-2019 National Council:
|National Vice President
|National Vice President-Membership
|National Vice President-Collegians
|National Vice President-Alumnae
|National Vice President-Finance
To view each candidate’s application materials, please log in to the Resource Library and look under the topic “Elections.”
Meet the 2015-2017 Nominating Committee.
|Kristin Power (Epsilon Kappa-Cal Poly/San Luis Obispo) is chairman of the 2015-2017 Nominating Committee and served as vice chairman of the 2013-2015 Nominating Committee. She is vice president-state affairs for the Consumer Specialty Products Association and lives in Sacramento, California. Kristin served as a member of the National Leadership Team as collegiate province president and on the chapter advisory board for Alpha Iota-California/Los Angeles, and house corporation board for Epsilon Kappa. Kristin is also a faithful supporter of her alma mater having served as a member of the Cal Poly College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences Dean’s Advisory Council since 2000.|
|Tyler Easterling (Sigma Phi-Georgia; affiliated with Alpha Mu-Mississippi) is president and COO of The Brandon Agency, an integrated marketing agency headquartered in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. She is Vice Chairman of the 2015-2017 Nominating Committee and has served as a member of Kappa Delta’s National Leadership Team as a chapter development consultant and regional membership director and on the chapter advisory board for Alpha Pi-William & Mary. Tyler currently serves on the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and the South Carolina United Methodist Conference Board of Pensions and Health. She is married to Marshall and they have two daughters, Julia and Anne Marshall.|
|Elizabeth Metz Fuchs (Zeta Omicron-Wake Forest) is the director of talent development and human resources at the Association for Talent Development and lives in Arlington, Virginia. She has served in multiple roles in alumnae chapters, House Corporations, Chapter Advisory Boards, most recently at Sigma Mu-George Washington. She has four boys with her husband Aaron and is an active volunteer in the community with Boy Scouts, her sons’ schools and her church.|
|Vickie Copeland Harrison (Epsilon Gamma-North Georgia) received the Order of the Emerald in 1993. She works for Classroom Central Inc., a nonprofit that collects and distributes free school supplies to over 100,000 students living in poverty in and around Charlotte, North Carolina. Vickie has volunteered for Kappa Delta on a local and national level for 30-plus years and currently serves as treasurer for the Charlotte Alumnae Chapter. Vickie has been married for 19 years to Rich, who works in IT at Bank of America. She has one daughter Ashleigh and a 3 year old grandson Easton.|
|Shana Constable Jones (Gamma Kappa-Louisiana/Lafayette) is vice president of business development for Turnkey Offshore and Hope Shipyard and lives in Houston. She holds a J.D. degree from Louisiana State University. Shana has been married for 19 years to Jim, a tax attorney, and they have three busy children, Grady (12), Emmy (11) and Molly (8). Shana is a volunteer with the Christian Community Service Center and her children’s schools.|
|Meghan Marocco Prisco (Alpha Sigma-New Hampshire) is the director of U.S. sales at Lombard Street Research, a London-based financial research firm. Before being appointed to the Nominating Committee, Meghan served for eight years on the National Leadership Team as a chapter membership director. She traveled as a leadership development consultant from 2005-2006. She lives in New York City with her husband, Phil, and two sons, Jack and Freddy.|