Empowered Leaders at 2018 Presidents Academy

On January 4-7, over 100 Collegiate Chapter Presidents gathered in Nashville, Tennessee for Tri Sigma’s 2018 Presidents Academy. 

Thanks to your generosity Sigma sisters experienced sisterhood on a national level, many for the first time. Plus, they spent the weekend learning and preparing to lead their chapter this calendar year.

Here are a few of 2018 Presidents Academy learning objectives:

  • Develop an action plan to foster development of personal strengths
  • Implement a strengths-based approach to problem-solving
  • Create a plan for prioritizing personal wellbeing
  • Identify multiple resources for support in her leadership role
  • Create a plan for presidency and successful personal leadership

You truly made a difference and
empowered Sigma leaders at Presidents Academy.


“I was able to learn my strengths and build mmy confidence to be a successful chapter president. Presidents Academy has given me tools that I will take with my throughout my life.”

-Candice Kelley, Eta Zeta at University of Alaska Anchorage






“I learned ways to lift my sisters up and received a hightened awareness and confidence that will allow me to have a successful presidency. Your efforts have made this possible.”

-Devyn Vinson, Zeta Alpha at Bryant University






“Presidents Academy was a unique experience that allowed me to become more confident as a leader. It has prespared for the upcoming year and will help me effectively serve my chapter and lead us into the future.”

-Kathryn Branham, Gamma Psi at Morehead State University