Shorter University senior and two-term president of Shorter’s Alpha Delta Pi sorority Hannah Lambert has been selected to serve as a national Leadership Consultant for the academic year 2018-2019.
Lambert, an accounting major from Stone Mountain, will spend the year traveling to Alpha Delta Pi chapters across the nation and counseling members in the areas of recruitment, officer training and operations.
She is one of 11 Leadership Consultants selected from the 2018 graduating class through a rigorous selection process, and this position is the highest role achievable within the national sisterhood.
Alpha Delta Pi, whose national motto is “We Live for Each Other,” focuses on scholarship, leadership, service to others and sisterhood. Sorority members work with Ronald McDonald House to create programs that directly improve the health and well-being of children.
“This new position is one that I am most excited for as I will have the opportunity to leave my mark and become a productive member of the sisterhood,” said Lambert. “This sisterhood has given me confidence that I cannot wait to instill in others.”
During her time at Shorter University Lambert has also served two summers as an orientation leader and as treasurer of the national academic honor society Alpha Chi.