Officers

Monica Lillo

president

Monica is a senior at the University of Alberta, majoring in both economics and philosophy. She has dedicated her years on campus to the women’s Fraternity system and the student’s union, and recommends that every student get involved with the diverse opportunities for leadership, creativity and friendship that the University has to offer. Monica is a proud citizen of Canada and the United States, and spends her summers sailing in San Diego. She is musical and plays both the guitar and piano. Her favourite artist is Slash.

Tara Murphy

vp: social standards

Tara is a third year Arts student majoring in Psychology and minoring in Sociology. She joined DG in Fall 2015, and is so excited to be VP:SS after being Director of New Members and Honor Board Sophomore member! Tara loves spending her free time dancing, eating snacks, and laughing with her sisters. Her favourite DG memories are sisterhood events, where she gets to spend time getting to know her sisters!

Jessica Knox

vp: finance

Jessica is an Arts student majoring in Anthropology and minoring in Sociology. She joined Delta Gamma in the Fall of 2016 and vp: communications is her first position. Jessica’s favourite DG memory has been living in the Delta Gamma house with her best friends. When she isn’t studying or hanging out with sisters, you can find her walking through one of Edmonton’s beautiful river valley paths, at a local café sipping coffee, or in her kitchen trying out a new recipe.

Kelsey Saxby Mackay

vp: communications

Kelsey is a second year student majoring in Psychology and minoring in Sociology. She joined Delta Gamma in Fall 2016 and vp: communications is her first position in chapter. Her favourite DG memory was her first Phi Delt Christmas Dinner exchange. When she isn’t in school, Kelsey loves to travel and has been to 14 different countries.

Shaney Bordon

vp: member education

Shaney joined DG in Fall 2015, and has previously held the position of VP Panhellenic and VP Membership. She is currently a third year Education student with a major in English and a minor in Drama. One of her biggest passions is music, as she just released her first single on iTunes last winter. In her spare time, she likes to cuddle her cats, hanging out at the DG house where she lives, and singing musical theatre songs. Her favourite meal is brunch and her favourite colour is pink.

Dani Dreger

vp: membership

Dani is in her 2nd year of school as a Drama major in the Arts. She is also in her second year of DG and has held the position of Director of Social Events before holding this position as VP Membership. Dani is so thrilled to be in this position to help women find their home in Delta Gamma, just like she did. In her spare time, Dani loves to hang out with sisters, design for theatre shows, and watch Netflix!

Ashley Knisley

vp: Foundation

Ashley is currently in hey second year at the UofA, majoring in political science, and minoring in economics. She is also a sophomore in Delta Gamma and came through recruitment with a friend last year. The experiences, friendships and perspectives that she has already gained after only one year in Delta Gamma makes her extremely optimistic about what else her membership has in store for her over the next three years. This winter she took on the Vice President Foundation position and though she is a bit nervous, she is extremely excited her sisters trust her with planning and managing our philanthropic pursuits. Outside of DG, Ashley has volunteered at The Regina Lutheran Care Home (in Regina, Saskatchewan where she is originally from) as well as for the Humane Society and was lucky enough to participate in a mission trip to Cuernavaca, Mexico in 2016! Philanthropy is a huge part of her life so participating in Delta Gamma's Service for Sight, Golden Anchor, and Joining Forces programs has been a very rewarding aspect of her membership thus far. DG’s initiative to do good by the visually impaired community has really encouraged her to make Anchor Frost and Anchor Splash 2018 as successful as possible!

Rachel Brackett

vp: Panhellenic