Alpha Delta Pi Sorority Announces Amanda Sloan as Executive Director

Alpha Delta Pi Sorority Announces Amanda Sloan as Executive Director

Atlanta, Ga. — Alpha Delta Pi Sorority is proud to announce Amanda Sloan as Executive Director effective January 1, 2019.


Amanda, an initiate of Alpha Delta Pi’s Alpha Beta chapter at the University of Iowa, brings to the position a wealth of nonprofit and Alpha Delta Pi experience, including tenures both as an Alpha Delta Pi Executive Office staff member and as a volunteer. Amanda worked for five years as the Campus Services Manager at Alpha Delta Pi’s Executive Office following two years as a Leadership Consultant and subsequently served as a leader in volunteer roles as an Expansion Director, Collegiate Province Director, District Team Director, and International Vice President of Collegiate Membership.


Amanda currently works as Director of Alumni Engagement for Northwestern University’s Alumni Association where she leads a team responsible for alumni club engagement and program development. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Iowa and a Masters of Public Administration in Nonprofit Management from Georgia State University.


Outside of Alpha Delta Pi, Amanda serves on the executive committee of the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors Foundation and enjoys being an aunt to her niece and nephew.


Amanda will relocate to Atlanta, Georgia. Jennifer (Jen) Smith Dickinson, Delta Alpha Chapter – Emory University, continues to serve as our Interim Executive Director (IED) through December 31, 2018. Jen has provided invaluable leadership to Alpha Delta Pi, serving as a visionary leader for our Executive Office team and creating a culture of excellence and accountability. We are immensely thankful for her service and leadership as our IED this year.


“Amanda will be the 12th individual to serve as our Executive Director, and I am thrilled with the professional leadership, volunteer experience, and nonprofit education she brings to the role. I appreciate Amanda’s passion for team development and leadership by example,” said Emily Erkel, International President. “I am also so thankful for the service of Jen this year as our IED. Her leadership and vision continue to make a lasting impact on our members and organization, and it has been a joy to work with her in this role.”


Founded at Wesleyan Female College in Macon, Ga., on May 15, 1851, Alpha Delta Pi was the first secret society established for college women. Its principles of scholarship, leadership, sisterhood and service guide more than 230,000 women in 160 active collegiate chapters and over 154 alumnae associations of Alpha Delta Pi.




Published: December 20, 2018