This podcast was created to highlight the amazing things our SDT sisters, National Organization, and partners are doing to advance the mission of Sigma Delta Tau and make a lasting difference. It is also a means for us to explore topics and issues that we are facing both as an organization and community.
Margaux Manley Lima, SDT National President, sits down with Susan Sloan (Eta—University of Georgia, 2009) to discuss her new book, "A Seat at the Table," gender equality and how women bring a different (and needed) perspective to situations across every aspect of our lives and the world around us.
Hear stories from Harriet Rodenberg (Upsilon—Indiana University, 1959), SDT Past National President and former NPC Chairman, about meeting our Founders and Brother Nat, reflecting on how far Sigma Delta Tau has come in these 104 years, and what her 65-year SDT membership has meant to her.
Hear from SDT Foundation President Beth Sesler on the history and philanthropic partnership of the Foundation, and the impact it's making on the lives our sisters. https://sigmadeltatau.org/foundation/
Meet Sigma Delta Tau's new Executive Director, Melissa Kish. Get to know Melissa through rapid-fire questions, what drew her to SDT, why she's a great fit and which founder she's most like!
Learn more about SDT's philanthropic partner Jewish Women International. Deborah Rosenbloom, JWI's Chief Programming Officer and SDT sister, discusses how JWI and SDT are partnering together to help prevent domestic violence. To learn more about JWI, visit jwi.org.
SDT sister and author Brenda Janowitz discusses her latest novel (and this month's book selection for SDT's Alumnae Book Club), The Grace Kelly Dress, with President Margaux Manley Lima. Together, they also talk about Brenda's sorority experience at Cornell and other projects she's currently working on.
Register here for SDT's Alumnae Book Club on October 27 @ 8pm, where Brenda will be discussing the themes of her book with YOU!
Learn more about Brenda Janowitz at www.brendajanowitz.com, Instagram/ @BrendaJanowitzWriter, Facebook/ @BrendaJanowitz, Twitter/ @BrendaJanowitz
Listen to National President Margaux Manley Lima connect with fellow University of Miami chapter sister and Wellness Expert Sara Green on how to embrace health & fitness during these challenging times.
Chapter Presidents Bella Lardaro (SUNY Cortland), Taylor Corpuz (Northeastern University) and Kaylee Shepard (Stevens Institute of Technology) join SDT National President Margaux Manley Lima to talk about their experiences leading their sisters through this pandemic.
Margaux Manley Lima, National President, chats about virtual living in this era of social distancing with SDT sisters Daryn Foster and Ilana Schwartz. Hear about their favorite apps, platforms and outlets (some of which you've probably never heard of before)!
SDT Zoom Backgrounds
The Sculpt Society
My Fitness Pal
Co-Star (Astrology App)
DJ D-Nice Dance Parties (@dnice Instagram Live Concerts)
The Home Edit (Decluttering Challenges)
The Pattern (Astrology Social Networking App)
Psych! Outwit Your Friends (Trivia Game App)
Some Good News (John Krasinski YouTube Channel)
Amazon Smile (can choose The Sigma Delta Tau Foundation)
Hear from Dr. Melissa Merrick, President & CEO of Prevent Child Abuse America, about the role SDT plays in supporting prevention and what you can be doing now to support advocacy efforts.
SDT President Margaux Manley Lima talks with sister Jodi Romano on how to promote mental wellness during this pandemic. Jodi is the Director of Mental Health Services for Behavioral Health at NYC Health+Hospital Elmhurst.
Hear from engagement & retention expert Erin Chatten from PhiredUp on how to discuss keeping engagement of New Members and different ways to honor and celebrate our seniors through this pandemic.
Resources from PhiredUp:
44 Ways to Foster Sisterhood Virtually