Back in Person! 2022 LEAD Provincial Conferences

Mar 30, 2022 – After nearly two years of virtual events, more than 1,700 Deltasigs and guests safely gathered for the 2022 LEAD Provincial Conferences and Council Meetings.

Although attendees were masked for safety, we know there were many smiles as brothers from around the country gathered together to learn and network. With networking events on Friday nights at most locations, attendees were re-introduced to the art and magic of networking with various programs and activities to encourage camaraderie. Keynote speakers included DeMoine Adams, Nebraska-Lincoln, with The Game Plan on Becoming an All-American, Brad Killmeyer, Dallas Area, with Formulate Your Future on Building Bridges for Our Future and Back on Track, Angela Shaw on Activating your Power for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and Adam Carroll, Phoenix-Thunderbird, with National Financial Educators on Level 10 Leadership.

Brothers were recognized for their outstanding achievements including Helmet awards and Chapter, Regional and Provincial Collegians for the Year were celebrated at all events with Christian Loeb, St. Benedict/St. John’s (MN), being named National Collegian of the Year at the North Central LEAD. In Raleigh, attendees enjoyed an etiquette lunch facilitated by Judith Briggs, South Dakota, and those attending Chicago had the opportunity to be part of an Honorary Initiation. Deltasig’s Learn & Lead App served as the guide for each event with agendas, materials for Council Meetings, fun & games and more.

Provincial Council Meetings were successfully held at each event with in-person and virtual attendees (allowed virtual opportunity due to COVID restrictions for some universities), and business conducted included legislation for Bylaw and Ritual changes, provincial budgets, locations for 2024 LEAD events and more.

Brothers also had the opportunity to engage with Delta Sigma Pi partners including IES Abroad & Internships, QS World MBA, ASquared Promotions and Riddle & Bloom. 

At each event, members and chapters served local Ronald McDonald House Charities by dropping off pop tabs, change and other wish list items, making a large impact for Delta Sigma Pi’s national service initiative. Additional service opportunities included raising money for the National Park Foundation via Charity Miles in the Western Province and collecting wish list items for Chicago Women’s Health Center in the North Central Province.

Be sure to check out the 2022-23 schedule – we hope to reunite with you at an upcoming event near you! 

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