Kappa Delta Epsilon

About KDE

Kappa Delta Epsilon was founded in 1933 as a sister organization of Kappa Phi Kappa, a professional educational fraternity for men.  KDE was established as a national honorary professional organization for women.  In 1978, the name of the organization was changed from sorority to society, and men were allowed into membership.

The UGA Chapter, Alpha Epsilon, was chartered on April 16, 1956.  There were thirteen original members initiated on that day at the Georgian Hotel in downtown Athens.  The Georgian Hotel is now an apartment complex and the site of Trumps Catering.  The UGA chapter is proud to welcome our newest advisor Dr. Beth Tolley.  Other advisors have been Dr. Mary K. Scott, Dr. Ila Rooks, Dr. Elizabeth Aderhold, Dr. Kay Damron-Dillard, Dr. Frank Flanders, Christina Akin, and co-advisors Dr. Stacey Neuhart-Prichett and Dr. Kyunghwa Lee.

The goals of Kappa Delta Epsilon are:

The KDE Coat of Arms

KDE Coat of Arms

2010 KDE Officer Team

Office
Name
Major
Email
President
Quanda Foster
Early Childhood Education
quanda@uga.edu
Vice-President
Carrie Rainey
Early Childhood Education
lcnrainey88@gmail.com
Secretary
Kayla-Danielle Kraft
Social Studies Education
kdk17@uga.edu
Treasurer
Dr. Beth Tolley
Advisor
btolley@uga.edu
Publicity Chair
Ashley Byrd
English Education
abyrd13@uga.edu
Historian and Regional Meeting Coordinator
Melissa Cardoso
Early Childhood Education
micardoso14@gmail.com
Parliamentarian
Rachel Kanczuzewski
Early Childhood Education
rkancz@gmail.com
Webmaster
Courtney Mundt
Early Childhood Education
courtneymundt@gmail.com
Advisor
Dr. Beth Tolley

btolley@uga.edu

 

Officer Responsibilites

President

Vice President

Secretary

Treasurer

Historian

Parliamentarian

Webmaster

Pubilcity Chair

Council Members

Advisor