Zeta Omega Chapter at University of Memphis

Kappa Delta

Letter to Parents

Parents, 


I am Blakeleigh Carwile, the former president of the Zeta Omega Chapter of Kappa Delta Sorority at the University of Memphis!

Being a part of Greek Life at the University of Memphis has had a major impact on my leadership experience and campus involvement. Greek life helps build friendships that will last a lifetime, connections with professionals who will help enhance post-college endeavors and to become more confident in yourself throughout your college experience. Greek Life at Memphis is unique compared to most Universities. The Greek Community at The University of Memphis prides itself on campus and community leadership positions and involvement. Not only do we strive to create better chapters, we strive to create a better campus and community for all students at the University! As a Kappa Delta, we strive to be involved and help enhance other organizations as well as our own. Being Greek is a once in a lifetime experience, and it offers you the resources, and connections to guide you long after your college years!

Kappa Delta's national platform is confidence. We strive to instill confidence into each of our members every day, continuing to share it with the campus and community around us. Kappa Delta believes firmly not to change our members but to enhance the beautiful women they already are!    As well as confidence, we continue to impact our two National Philanthropies: Girl Scouts of the USA and Prevent Child Abuse: America. We mentor Girl Scouts of Tennessee by hosting events at our chapter house such as Friends Don’t Bully and co-hosting International Girls Day with the Alpha Delta chapter of Kappa Delta at Rhodes College. Along with these events we host our annual Philanthropy event, War of the Wings.                              War of the Wings is a wing eating event sponsored by all the best wing businesses from around Memphis. Our event is dedicated to raising funds for Prevent Child Abuse: America. Childhood abuse diminishes a child’s confidence and no child should ever have to suffer through abuse. As Kappa Delta’s it is our mission to raise awareness and implement change. By serving our philanthropies and living out our values, we strive for that which is honorable, beautiful, and highest, making each member the greatest version of herself. 

Our goal is to create a safe space within Kappa Delta, and a home away from home! If you have any questions about our chapter or Greek Life at the University of Memphis, please do not hesitate to contact kappadeltazovppr@gmail.com.
 
With KD Love, 
President Blakeleigh Carwile