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Kappa Delta Sorority’s National Collegiate Training Academy took place Jan. 26-28, 2018, at the Hyatt Regency Orlando in Orlando, Florida. More than 1,000 local and national leaders attended, including chapter presidents, vice presidents-member education, vice presidents-membership, vice presidents-finance, chapter advisory board chairmen and housing volunteers from chapters across the country.

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Created in 2012, NCTA is held every other year. It is designed to provide key chapter officers and advisors the chance to hone their leadership skills, learn more about the duties of their offices and improve chapter management. This year’s programming focused on many professional and personal leadership skills, applying a collaborative philosophy with an emphasis on the interdependencies between council officers, CAB and housing volunteers.

The 2018 NCTA programming included the following sessions.

Justin Jones Legendary Leadership: 4 ways to Transform Your Leadership from Average to Awesome!*
Justin Jones-Fosu
Twitter: @justininspires
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True legends are remembered, not because they focused on themselves but because they focused on something bigger than themselves. A member of Alpha Nu Omega Fraternity and CAMPUSPEAK favorite, Justin brings this message to life with practical examples and his captivating style.
Lori Hart The Safety Pillars*
Lori Hart
The Catalyst AgencyAn avid participant in the sorority and fraternity community, Dr. Lori Hart travels to more than 70 campuses each year, bringing messages about healthy relationships, substance education and leadership. Lori re-frames the conversation about risk management, bringing it back to the basics — real friendship is about keeping each other safe.
 Pamela Nix Selling Your KD Experience*
Pamela Nix
Sigma Phi-Georgia
Executive Director, Kappa Delta Sorority and FoundationHave you ever felt insecure about translating your sorority experience onto a resume or in an interview? We’ve all been there. Whether you’re a collegian or alumna member, the skills you gain through your membership in Kappa Delta are valuable. Kappa Delta’s executive director gave real life advice and provided tips for showcasing your sorority experience in the professional world.
Corre Stegall The Art and Power of Being a Kappa Delta
Corre Stegall
Alpha Chi-Louisiana Tech
National Panhellenic Conference Delegate Alternate, Kappa Delta SororityConfidence, integrity and female empowerment are the perfect ingredients to make an incredible leader. A Kappa Delta leader. Be inspired by stories of leaders who have changed the world and be encouraged to do the same!
Susan Stockton Connecting the Dots: The Power of Partnership*
Susan Stockton
Delta Gamma-Western Kentucky
National Vice President, Kappa Delta SororityAs Henry Ford once said, “Coming together is the beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.” This workshop allowed attendees to apply the new skills and insights learned at NCTA by analyzing case studies based on realistic chapter situations. Collegiate officers, advisors and volunteers had the opportunity to refine their collaboration, problem-solving, facilitation and conflict management skills through this exercise in order to become even more effective leaders.
Cynthia Weston Our Ritual, Our Blueprint for Life
Cynthia Weston
Gamma Pi-Emory
National Panhellenic Conference Delegate Alternate, Kappa Delta SororityRituals are as old as civilization and are part of everyday life, affecting how we think, act and define our values. Kappa Delta’s Ritual is the foundation of our sisterhood and is what unites our membership. Cynthia lead us to dive deeper into the history and meaning of our Ritual so we could gain a deeper understanding of our shared values.


*These sessions were made possible by a grant from the Kappa Delta Foundation.

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