Alpha Gamma Delta women are doing amazing things in the places where they live and work. All alumnae are encouraged to submit a sister for recognition who shares our Purpose with others every day.
The Distinguished Citizen Award is presented to alumnae in good standing who have made outstanding contributions and achievements in various fields and professions in their communities. Achievements of nominees should be unique and clearly rise above and beyond all levels of expectation. Fields to be considered are: Arts, Business, Education, Government, Public Service, Religion, Science and Social Service. In addition, nominees should have some connection to Alpha Gamma Delta in their alumnae life. Nominations can be made by an alumnae chapter/club, a collegiate chapter or by an individual member of the Fraternity. Recipients are selected by International Council and the award is presented at International Convention.
Click here to complete and submit a nomination form. Nomination forms are due by February 1, in a non-Convention year.
Click here to view all past Distinguished Citizens.
The Honors of Epsilon Pi awards recognize sisters who have served the Fraternity, a collegiate chapter or an alumnae group and are awarded by the Fraternity every two years at International Convention. For qualifications and information on submitting a nomination, please refer to the Honors of Epsilon Pi Handbook, which can be found in the Honors of Epsilon Pi tile under Alumnae Chapters and Clubs in Acorn. Nominations are due by December 1 of the year preceding an International Convention. The most recent Honors of Epsilon Pi recipient list is published each October following International Convention.
To review a master list of Honors of Epsilon Pi recipients organized by Honor and initiating chapter, select the link below. Note the section in the Table of Contents explaining how to use the document and quick tips for member searches.
Alumnae nominated for the Talent of Leadership Award have made significant contributions to their professions or have made a positive impact in their local communities. Examples of contributions that could be considered for the Talent of Leadership Award include:
- Recognition by a professional organization
- Recognition as an expert in her chosen profession
- Publications such as books, articles, newspaper columns
- Long-term leadership or service to a charitable organization
- Outstanding volunteer in a local community
- Board membership in charitable organizations
- Holder of a political office, or a political appointee
- Organizer of a community action group
- Local business leader
- Any local accomplishment in the fields of the arts, business, education, government, public service, religion, science or social service
Sisters are recognized locally at International Reunion Day celebrations and receive a commendation from the International Fraternity.
Nominations can be made by an alumnae chapter/club, a collegiate chapter or an individual member of the Fraternity. Click here to complete and submit a Talent of Leadership Nomination Form. Nomination forms must be submitted by February 1.
Congratulations to the 2023 Talent of Leadership recipients!
- Dallas Adams Knack, Beta Eta—Southern Illinois University at Carbondale for Leadership and Community Service
- Mary Elizabeth Friga Wusk, Gamma Lambda—Longwood University For Engineering