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  • Lindsay Gabler
  • 5 years ago
Tri Delta is one of the most premier women's fraternity in North America. This organization has shaped me into the woman I am today. While being involved during my collegiate years and still involved as an alumna, Tri Delta has proved again and again that the purpose of this organization is to develop members into being brave, bold, and kind civic leaders. I could meet a Tri Delta anywhere in the world, and she would treat me as if we've known each other all our lives. Tri Delta is more than an organization; Tri Delta is a personal relationship with each of its members. Thank you, Tri Delta, for giving me another driving force to be the best woman I can be.

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Website: tridelta.org

Address: 14951 Dallas Pkwy #500, Dallas, Texas  75254, US
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Tri Delta Executive Office is a Fraternal organization located at 14951 Dallas Pkwy #500, Dallas, Texas  75254, US.

The business is listed under fraternal organization category. It has received 19 reviews with an average rating of 3.3 stars.

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  • Lindsay Gabler
  • 5 years ago
Tri Delta is one of the most premier women's fraternity in North America. This organization has shaped me into the woman I am today. While being involved during my collegiate years and still involved as an alumna, Tri Delta has proved again and again that the purpose of this organization is to develop members into being brave, bold, and kind civic leaders. I could meet a Tri Delta anywhere in the world, and she would treat me as if we've known each other all our lives. Tri Delta is more than an organization; Tri Delta is a personal relationship with each of its members. Thank you, Tri Delta, for giving me another driving force to be the best woman I can be.
  • Jamie Petersen
  • 5 years ago
Years ago, I'd give 5 stars. I LOVED my experience at IU Tri Delt, as it helped shape me into the woman I am today & formed many relationships I still have. But, after witnessing how Nationals treated current members & alum during the removal of IU’s Delta Omicron chapter the last few weeks, I’d give Karen White, her exec board, & Tri Delt Nationals a "0." For the first time, I’m ashamed to be Tri Delt & STRONGLY URGE ANY WOMAN CLOSE TO ME NOT TO PREF TRI DELT. Tri Delt Nationals proved through their actions their idea of “sisterhood” is judging, abandoning, threatening, manipulating, & bullying – all of which are nothing short of their own definition of hazing. For anyone that thinks IU Tri Delt lost their chapter due breaking rules, I assure you it is not the case. If Exec Board gave a concrete reason why we lost our chapter, then new members, current members, & alum would bow out gracefully & accept it. We are not disgruntled, naïve alum. Because of the lack of reasoning, evidence...
  • Leah GiaQuinta
  • 5 years ago
It is with great disappointment that I leave this review for an organization I loved so dearly. While I still stand firm to uphold the values of Tridelta in high regard, I cannot in good conscience support the recent actions of our National Executive Office. The recent treatment of the Indiana University Tridelta members by this national organization has been abhorrent at best. To revoke a charter and render 100+ students homeless with 5 weeks remaining in a semester with no clear indication of malicious or unsafe behavior among those students is not only unprofessional but is abusive; and certainly not acting in accordance with our motto, "to steadfastly love one another." If there was an offense so egregious that these members were placed in harms way, disclosing that information would not only help protect members by preventing future offenses from occurring again, but it would hold our National Organization in high esteem for setting an example for operating on a zero tolerance po...
  • Melanie Wasilewski
  • 5 years ago
As a Tri delt alum, I can say that am no longer proud to be a part of an organization that treats its members so poorly. I recommend to future young ladies that are thinking of rushing and considering Tri delt to look elsewhere. After revoking the IU charter for no specific reason, over 100 women are being forced out of their home 5 weeks before finals with no place to live. Nationals is saying that the girls were doing things that did not align with Tri delt values but not telling the girls or alumnae what those things are. They are also spreading lies that alumnae was informed and tried to help the girls get off of probation but the alumnae was never informed. The girls tried to get off probabtion and did everything right to get off but Nationals never would respond to them when they asked for help. The motives as to why nationals wants to revoke the charter remain unclear but one of the reasons it could be is that Nationals did not own the house but by revoking the charter it...
  • Steve Waters
  • 5 years ago
The Tri Delta corporate office perfectly reflects the values and vision of the sorority that it supports. Everyone I have worked with in the office has been friendly and professional, and without exception, they have all been dedicated to the needs of the sorority and to their legendary work with St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital.

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"Tri Delta is one of the most premier women's fraternity in North America. This organization has shaped me into the woman I am today. While being involved during my collegiate years and still involved as an alumna, Tri Delta has proved again and again that the purpose of this organization is to develop members into being brave, bold, and kind civic leaders. I could meet a Tri Delta anywhere in the world, and she would treat me as if we've known each other all our lives. Tri Delta is more than an organization; Tri Delta is a personal relationship with each of its members. Thank you, Tri Delta, for giving me another driving force to be the best woman I can be."

"Years ago, I'd give 5 stars. I LOVED my experience at IU Tri Delt, as it helped shape me into the woman I am today & formed many relationships I still have. But, after witnessing how Nationals treated current members & alum during the removal of IU’s Delta Omicron chapter the last few weeks, I’d give Karen White, her exec board, & Tri Delt Nationals a "0." For the first time, I’m ashamed to be Tri Delt & STRONGLY URGE ANY WOMAN CLOSE TO ME NOT TO PREF TRI DELT. Tri Delt Nationals proved through their actions their idea of “sisterhood” is judging, abandoning, threatening, manipulating, & bullying – all of which are nothing short of their own definition of hazing. For anyone that thinks IU Tri Delt lost their chapter due breaking rules, I assure you it is not the case. If Exec Board gave a concrete reason why we lost our chapter, then new members, current members, & alum would bow out gracefully & accept it. We are not disgruntled, naïve alum. Because of the lack of reasoning, evidence, & transparency, we believe Nationals planned to seize our house from our local housing corp, given its nostalgic & historic nature, monetary value, & close proximity to campus. We urge all Tri Delt chapters to take a closer look at the Bylaws; Nationals has all the control & they can do it to you. We believe IU Tri Delt is the beginning of Karen White’s “three-year strategic plan” to remove as many local housing corp chapters as possible, so Tri Delta National House Corporation can own & control the properties. (Karen White is CEO of Tri Delta Fraternity, Tri Delta Foundation, & Tri Delta National House Corporation.) The only thing we’ve been told is we lost our chapter due to “activities that do not represent our high standards or align with Tri Delta’s purpose” but have yet to be told what values weren’t upheld or what activities occurred. Was it that we recently increased St. Jude donations by %? Or sent 5 women to the national collegiate leadership conference? Or recently were allowed to participate in rush where we took in a new pledge class of women, all of whom preferenced Tri Delt – just weeks before our chapter was terminated? We as Delta Omicron alum are making ourselves vocal in an attempt to prevent any other college woman from losing her sisterhood & being threatened out of her home with only 6 days notice, 1 week prior to finals – all in the name of pride, exerting control, & most likely greed. The lack of support & assistance that Nationals provided to the Delta Omicron chapter at IU, both currently & dating back centuries is apparent. The threats & bullying the current members received from Nationals throughout the last few years & during the chapter's removal is unacceptable & will not be tolerated. On the other hand, I’m extremely proud of the maturity & grace of the new & current members during an unfair situation, & how quickly countless alum, current members, new members, & parents joined together to stand for a house so near & dear to us. I may no longer be proud to be a national Tri Delt, but I am extremely proud to be forever Delta Omicron. The sisterhood I experienced throughout college & continue to be a part of today is why I pledged Tri Delt at IU. We the Delta Omicron alum urge the Executive Board to let the current members stay in the house until the end of the semester, & let all of us work towards a way to keep this -year old chapter around, since it is in phenomenal standing with the university, Panhellenic, the community, and the local housing corporation. I personally will gladly go live with the current members on weekends to ensure their educational & emotional well-being. Doing otherwise speaks volumes to National Tri Delta’s priorities, & I have no desire to associate & have any further part of an organization that chooses to judge & abandon rather than model grace & support toward young women that have futilely been trying to please Nationals for decades."

"It is with great disappointment that I leave this review for an organization I loved so dearly. While I still stand firm to uphold the values of Tridelta in high regard, I cannot in good conscience support the recent actions of our National Executive Office. The recent treatment of the Indiana University Tridelta members by this national organization has been abhorrent at best. To revoke a charter and render + students homeless with 5 weeks remaining in a semester with no clear indication of malicious or unsafe behavior among those students is not only unprofessional but is abusive; and certainly not acting in accordance with our motto, "to steadfastly love one another." If there was an offense so egregious that these members were placed in harms way, disclosing that information would not only help protect members by preventing future offenses from occurring again, but it would hold our National Organization in high esteem for setting an example for operating on a zero tolerance policy for such behaviors. Claiming to "protect" this alleged information for the sake of PR and reputation only further compromises the integrity of Tridelta. It is my greatest hope that this organization may redeem itself for what it once was, whether through improved practices of the current members of the executive office, or through the election of new officers who may better serve this organization for the true values of which Tridelta was originally founded."

"As a Tri delt alum, I can say that am no longer proud to be a part of an organization that treats its members so poorly. I recommend to future young ladies that are thinking of rushing and considering Tri delt to look elsewhere. After revoking the IU charter for no specific reason, over women are being forced out of their home 5 weeks before finals with no place to live. Nationals is saying that the girls were doing things that did not align with Tri delt values but not telling the girls or alumnae what those things are. They are also spreading lies that alumnae was informed and tried to help the girls get off of probation but the alumnae was never informed. The girls tried to get off probabtion and did everything right to get off but Nationals never would respond to them when they asked for help. The motives as to why nationals wants to revoke the charter remain unclear but one of the reasons it could be is that Nationals did not own the house but by revoking the charter it gave them control to own it. It is a beautiful, old home on an extremely valuable piece of property at prime location on campus. Another reason could be because these chapter is not the typical cookie cutter group of girls as it is diverse in ethnicity, religion and personalities."

"The Tri Delta corporate office perfectly reflects the values and vision of the sorority that it supports. Everyone I have worked with in the office has been friendly and professional, and without exception, they have all been dedicated to the needs of the sorority and to their legendary work with St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital."

Tri Delta Executive Office has 3.3 stars from 19 reviews.

The address of Tri Delta Executive Office is 14951 Dallas Pkwy #500, Dallas, Texas, US.

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