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Leadership Development

CONSULTANTS

Who is a LDC?

A Phi Sigma Sigma Leadership Development Consultant, most often referred to as an LDC is a diference-maker, a role model, a problem-solver, a teacher, a project manager, a professional, a sister. As part of Phi Sigma Sigma’s professional staff, she is an on-site headquarters’ representative. LDCs are the in-person support to help chapters effectively carry out the following: recruit potential members, develop leaders, assess operations and educate officers.

LDCs— recent Phi Sigma Sigma graduates—complete an extensive application and interview process before completing a thorough training program. They use the knowledge gained through training to  advise and guide  chapter officers and members during their chapter visits.

What to expect during a VISIT?

  • Building relationships with collegiate members, executive officers, alumnae volunteers, and university administrators

  • Assisting with a wide variety of chapter operations including recruitment, financial management, member education, accountability, Ritual education and sisterhood

  • Reviewing and assessing chapter operations to make recommendations for an enhanced chapter experience

  • Teaching chapter leaders how to operate the chapter at its fullest potential and create the best chapter experience for members

  • Providing programming ideas and resources to elevate the chapter experience

  • Reiterating and reinforcing Phi Sigma Sigma’s policie­s, standards and best practices to chapter members

Making the most of your VISIT?

  • Maintain a positive attitude when working with your LDC.

  • Set aside past experiences with headquarters or other pre-conceived notions when working with your LDC.

  • Be prepared for the visit. Ensure that members are prompt in responding and reporting for any scheduled meeting. This will make the visit more productive for everyone!

  • Keep an open mind. Be willing to accept new ideas and constructive feedback.

  • Remember that consultants do not come to your chapter looking for problems, but they can’t ignore policy violations.

  • Work as a team with your LDC; you all want what is best for the chapter.

VISITSchedule

  • During a LDC visit, she may request to meet with the following members to best support the chapter:

    • Executive board officers

    • Committee chairs and committee members 

    • CKA and advisory board members

    • Campus fraternity/sorority advisor

    • Emerging leaders

    • New members

  • Work with your LDC to schedule requested meetings.

  • Help members to understand why a LDC visit is an priority.

  • Inform your LDC of any chapter, new member or campus activities on your calendar. She will want to be included and attend. 

VISITLogistics

TRANSPORTATION

  • Your LDC will book her own transportation.

  • Make sure she has a parking pass on campus, if needed.  

  • She will send you her travel itinerary and will keep you informed if there are any delays.

LODGING

  • If you have a NHC house, and has an empty room, your LDC will stay in the house.

  • Otherwise, your LDC will book her own hotel close to campus.

  • Please send your LDC recommendations for hotels close to campus and in a safe area.

MEALS

  • LDCs pay for their meals with their Fraternity credit cards, so there is no need to budget for their meals during their visit.

  • Meals are a great time to get to know your LDC and make the connection outside of chapter business. Don’t feel like each meal has to have a meeting attached to it – even the LDCs like to sit, eat, and talk with no agenda!

 
 

Meet the Consultants

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Epsilon Omicron Chapter at St. John's University

ALIYAH CABA

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Gamma Zeta Chapter at University of Rhode Island

KELLY FALCO

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Iota Tau Chapter at Miami University

GRACE MONHEMIUS

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Zeta Zeta Chapter at Quinnipiac University

FRANCESCA SHEEDY

INTERESTED IN BEING AN LDC?

Leadership development consultants provide hands-on support to Phi Sigma Sigma's collegiate chapters. Each year, a dedicated group of recent college graduates travel across North America providing crucial recruitment and leadership training. The LDCs serve as Phi Sigma Sigma ambassadors, connecting with hundreds of collegiate and alumnae sisters to promote sisterhood, service and leadership.  

 

If you are interested in the position, applications open in December each year for positions beginning the following August.