Kristel Aranas (Delta Alpha Chapter, California State University, Long Beach) is a compliance analyst with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Illustration/Animation and a member of the Long Beach, CA and Los Angeles, CA Chapter. In her spare time, she enjoys drawing, painting and dancing. In college, she served as Ritual Chair and now serves as the New Member Advisor for Delta Alpha. You can find her most recent writing in Themis in the feature article of the spring 2022 issue.

Caitlyn White Doenges (Alpha Chapter, Longwood University) served as the General Advisor for Lambda Alpha Chapter (Sacred Heart University) for 12 years and now serves as the Ritual Advisor. In addition to volunteering as an advisor, she enjoys writing and homeschooling her children. Find some of Caitlyn’s writing in the collegian profile in the winter 2022 issue of Themis.

Dr. Nancy Vespa Jennings (Alpha Kappa Chapter, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) studies the impact of media on the lives of children and their families and public policies and practices involved with children’s media. Her research focuses on children's cognitive and social development and their use of media. She employs experimental design as well as qualitative methodologies to explore children’s relationships with media characters. She has also conducted evaluation research on educational media and outreach programs and content analyses and textual analyses of media content. Find her feature article in the summer 2022 issue of Themis.

Susie Beederman Regan (Alpha Omicron Chapter, University of Iowa) earned her Bachelor of Business Administration in marketing and a Master of Arts in student development in postsecondary education. She now works as the assistant director of the career leadership academy within Pomerantz Career Center at her alma mater. Susie has two children and enjoys reading and baking. Susie wrote the collegian profile in the summer 2022 issue of Themis and the alumna profile in the winter 2021 issue.

Abbey Sago (Theta Kappa Chapter, Univerisity of Missouri-St. Louis) has a Bachelor of Science in media studies. She currently works as a marketing specialist, and she enjoys reading and traveling. Abbey also recently got engaged! Find her latest writing for Themis in the Steadfast & Strong column of the summer 2022 issue.

Madeline Smith (Zeta Alpha Chapter, University of Evansville) has a degree in English literature and works as an HR advisor. She has served as both Panhellenic Advisor and General Advisor. Madeline enjoys reading and taking care of her houseplants. She also goes to the Gulf of Mexico as often as she can to kayak and eat fresh seafood. Find her writing in the Steadfast & Strong column of the spring 2022 issue.

Danielle Kelley Tolbird (Delta Kappa Chapter, Louisiana State University) has a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree in mass communication. She currently works as the director of strategic enrollment communications at the University of Louisiana Monroe. Danielle enjoys watching the birds in her backyard, growing vegetables in her garden and traveling to places where she can hike beautiful trails. She also loves to read; her book total for 2021 was 52—one for each week of the year. Danielle wrote the alumna profile in the winter 2022 issue of Themis.

Katie Frazier Vereen (Theta Theta Chapter, Arkansas Tech University) has a Bachelor of Science in business administration. She serves as the Secretary for the Greater Little Rock, AR Chapter and works as a corporate recruiter. She has two rescue dogs, a French bulldog and a pug, and she recently took up fly fishing. Read her article in the spring 2022 issue to learn about resume and interview tips!

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