Meet the 2019 Executive Committee of Alpha Psi
"The Society shall be called Adelphean, and shall have for its object to the mental, moral, social and domestic improvements of its members.”
Danielle Kaiser, President
Major: Public Policy with an emphasis in Health Management
Why do you love ADPi: I love Alpha Delta Pi because of the ambitious, compassionate women I am proud to call my sisters. I have created lifelong friendships with people who inspire me to be the best version of myself, and who support me when I am struggling with the many obstacles thrown my way during college. The women of Alpha Delta Pi share my core values of academic success, philanthropy, and loyalty. Being a sister of Alpha Delta Pi is more than cute Instagram photos and matching shirts (although that part is a plus!). Alpha Delta Pi is about the women who you surround yourself with who motivate you to be the person that you are. I know no matter what I face, I will always have my sisters by my side throughout the rest of my life.
Lucine Beylerian, Executive Vice President
How has your experience living in the house treated you: When I first moved into the house, it was because I thought it would be a better alternative to University housing, but I didn't know what to expect. I thought living with 50+ girls would drive me insane, but it ended up being my best semester at USC. Living in the ADPi chapter house is how I found my home at USC, and how I made the friends that I could not imagine my life without today.
Alexa Rumberg, Recruitment & Marketing Vice President
Major: Music Industry
Why I chose ADPi: I chose ADPI during recruitment because once I walked in the door I felt a weight lift off of my shoulders. I felt like I was surrounded by a group of women who accepted me just the way I am. I felt comfortable in my own skin. Throughout my time here I learned that those feelings I had the second I walked into ADPI held true. I have made the best of friend who have held me at my lowest lows and have cheered me on through my highs. I have met sisters that are strong, independent, and inspiring that I know will take on the world one day. I chose ADPI because I never knew what it was like to have a sister, but I knew this house would give me over 200 incredible ones.
Shannon Hennessy, Member Education Vice President
Major: Human Development and Aging, with the progressive master’s in Aging Services Management
Favorite sisterhood event: My favorite sisterhood event is definitely the Holiday Decorating Party! We get all dressed up in festive attire and blast “All I Want for Christmas” by Mariah Carey and dance around the house as we decorate! The house ends up looking beautiful, and we end up having a blast!
Kelsey Loesch, Director of Standards & Ethics
Favorite ADPi memory: Calling my mom on bid day and telling her I had run home to ADPi that afternoon. After a stressful week of recruitment and knowing with all my heart that I wanted to join her sorority it was amazing to be able to share my excitement with her. Counting her as one of my "sisters" is, and always will be, my favorite part of being an ADPi
Elsa Mann, Finance Vice President
Major: Real Estate Development
Minor: Business Law
How has ADPi added to your college experience: Ever since running home on Bid Day freshman year, I've been surrounded by the most supportive, fun, and loving friends I could ever ask for. Whether we're getting ready together for an invite, studying for a midterm, or sitting on the couch talking until 3am, every moment has made my time at USC even more special. Most importantly, though, ADPi has inspired me to always be the best version of myself. I'm so proud to be an ADPi and know the experiences I've had with my sisters will continue to impact the rest of my life.
Alison Schulte, Director of Social Enrichment
Major: Global Health
Minor: Social Entrepreneurship
Favorite ADPi Social Event: My first ADPi exchange was so fun because it was soon after Bid Day and I got to meet so many of the girls in the house. One of my favorite things about my sisters is our sense of humor and how much fun we have together. The theme of that exchange was holidays and girls dressed up as all kinds of holidays including Presidents' Day, Saint Patrick's Day, & Shark Week!
Milan Haupt, Panhellenic Delegate
Major: Mechanical Engineering
Minor: Computer Programming
What Surprised You Most About ADPi: My experience in ADPI has not just given me my best friends, its given me my role models. My sisters are some of the kindest, most empowering, and genuine women that I have met. They set an example that challenges me to become a better version of myself, whether it is in academics, extracurriculars, or how I treat others, and they support me through it all. I expected to make great friendships, but I was surprised how much I would personally grow from being an ADPI.