UGA alumna to serve as International President of Alpha Gamma Delta

Photo of Lee Woodham Langub

Alpha Gamma Delta Announces 2018-20 Leadership 

INDIANAPOLIS, IN, July 9, 2018—Alpha Gamma Delta International Fraternity’s 2018–2020 International Council was installed at Alpha Gamma Delta’s 50th International Convention, June 30, at the Marriott Rivercenter in San Antonio, Texas. More than 800 Alpha Gamma Delta collegiate and alumnae members were in attendance.
UGA and Gamma Alpha Chapter alumna, Lee Woodham Langub (BSEd '91), will serve on the International Council as International President.
“Over the next biennium, we will strive at all levels—International Council, Volunteer Service Team and International Headquarters Staff—to provide the best sorority experience possible,” Langub said. “Our guiding questions will be: ‘Will our actions create the best sorority experience possible?’ and ‘How are we inspiring women to impact the world?’”
The Fraternity is pleased to announce the elected and appointed leadership for our Fraternity, Foundation and Fraternity Housing Corporation for the 2018-2020 biennium:
International Council
•International President Lee Woodham Langub of Atlanta, Georgia, Gamma Alpha Chapter–University of Georgia
•International Vice President–Alumnae Melissa Jacobson James of Urbana, Iowa, Rho Chapter–Iowa State University
•International Vice President–Collegians Stephanie Simpson of Memphis, Tennessee, Gamma Zeta Chapter–University of Memphis
•International Vice President–Membership Julie Berger Karstetter of Edmonds, Washington, Iota Chapter–University of Washington
•International Vice President–Extension Karen Donaldson Metzger of Martinsville, Indiana, Gamma Phi Chapter–Georgia Institute of Technology
•International Vice President–Finance Alicia Adams of New York City, New York, Gamma Beta Chapter–Florida State University
•International Vice President–Education Catherine Matthews of Bloomington, Indiana, Theta Eta Chapter–University of Tennessee at Martin
•President Sue Maggio Sim of Jupiter, Florida, Sigma Chapter–University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
•Vice President Carol Richards Peske of Monte Sereno, California, Alpha Beta Chapter–University ofMichigan
•Secretary Patti Guthrie Rogers of Shoal Creek, Alabama, Gamma Delta Chapter–Auburn University
•Treasurer Janis Lang Bartosz of Baltimore, Maryland, Zeta Delta Chapter–Towson University
•Trustees: Adrienne Kerr Beckett of Edina, Minnesota, Zeta Omicron Chapter–Kettering University;Lee Woodham Langub; Martha Petry Parham of Ashburn, Virginia, Gamma Lambda Chapter–
Longwood University; and Lynne Dunford Rossell of Queensbury, New York, Omega Chapter–University of Akron
Fraternity Housing Corporation (FHC)
• President Mary Beth Dulcey Morabito of Novi, Michigan, Zeta Beta Chapter–Lehigh University
• Board of Directors: Katie Jolley Abernathy of Indianapolis, Delta Theta–University of Idaho; Gail Calkins Duree of Denver, Colorado, Epsilon Gamma–University of Denver; and Catherine Matthews
Alpha Gamma Delta is thankful for the dedication and service of alumnae that volunteer to serve in such a great capacity.
About Alpha Gamma Delta
Alpha Gamma Delta is an international women's fraternity that promotes academic excellence, philanthropic giving, ongoing leadership, personal development and—above all—a spirit of loving sisterhood. Guided by our Purpose, members of Alpha Gamma Delta strive to improve their lives, the lives of those around them and the communities in which they live. Together, we continually work to: Inspire the Woman. Impact the World. Learn more at

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