Gwinnett County, GA Alumnae Chapter

Kappa Delta

Our Officers

Linda Brownlee


Linda was initiated at the University of Georgia. She transferred to Georgia Tech and graduated with a Bachelors of Chemical Engineering. She worked as an engineer for five years before going to Emory Medical School. She currently works for Kaiser Permanente as an Ob/Gyn physician. Other volunteer activities are with Stride Ahead Horseback Riding Therapy. Amigos for Christ Gyn Brigade Mission Trip to Nicaragua and Georgia Tech Pre-Health Advisory Committee.

Lisa Hoover


Lisa graduated from the University of Georgia with a BBA in accounting. She is a CPA and has worked at Arthur Andersen & Co. and Cox Enterprises, Inc. and currently works for HDC Properties, LLC & Weight Watchers. Lisa is a charter member of the Gwinnett Alumnae Chapter which was established in 1993.

Carole Enright


Carole graduated from LaGrange College with a degree in early childhood education. In her collegiate chapter Carole held the offices of membership chairman, songleader and Panhellinic representative. She retired from teaching in 2012 after 30 years with DeKalb Counter Schools. Carole enjoys reading, volunteering at her public library, helping in a kindergarten classroom and singing in her church choir.

Mary Anne Percy Meeks


Mary Anne graduated from Northeast Louisiana University with a degree in Social Studies Education. She also holds a doctorate in education from Georgia Southern University. Having taught at Duluth High School for 25 years, she now works part time as a Field Supervisor for the University of North Georgia, overseeing student interns as they seek a teaching certificate. Mary Anne served as National Collegiate Advisor from 1973-1974 and as National Director of Pledge Education from 1974-1978. She also served at Membership Advisor on the Collegiate Advisory Board for the KD Chapter at North Georgia University from 1988-1990. Upon the recommendation of the chapter, she received the Order of the Emerald.

Rosane Sandberg


Rosane graduated from Eastern Illinois University with a BS degree in Art Education. She was initiated in to Delta Beta chapter in 1968.  She found sales and marketing more appealing than teaching and worked in various positions before moving to Georgia in 1995 to become sales manager for a small gift company and later office manager for a specialty gift catalog.  After 16 years as owner and operator of Gwinncraft Embroidery is now ready to retire.   After graduation she served on Delta Betas Chapter Advisory Board and later a member of their House Corporation.  In 1990 joined the University of Illinois Sigma Omicron chapter Advisory board and before moving to Georgia was the Advisory Board Chair.  She has been a member of Gwinnett County Alumnae Chapter for 20 years and has served as Treasurer and President. Other activities include : Lawrenceville Woman’s Club as  First VP membership for two years, Sunshine Chair and Chairman of the Education Community Service Project committee for two years, heading publicity and Facebook positions as well as fundraising for the club.

LuAnn Greene


Amy Becham


Amy was initiated at LaGrange College in the winter of 1987 where she studied graphic art and design. She was heavily influenced by her high school English and Journalism teacher who was also a Kappa Delta from LaGrange College. So, when the time came to sign her bid card, she knew exactly what to do -- suicide KD!! During her time at LC, she often held positions of KD Editor/Public Relations, and Alumnae Relations chair; Editor of the Hilltop News, the college newspaper and campus photographer for the Department of Institutional Relations. After graduating from LC in 1990, she went on to obtain her masters in Journalism and Mass Communication and became a member of Sigma Phi's Alumnae Advisory Board. Outside of Kappa Delta, Amy is active in the adult choir at First Baptist Church and also serves as the Newsletter Editor and Membership Coordinator for the Dixie Olds Club, the Southeast's chapter of the Oldsmobile Club of America. Amy is the proud owner of a classic, 1962 Oldsmobile Cutlass F-85 convertible which was a featured car in this past year's blockbuster hit, "Hidden Figures."

Cyndy Pearce

Girl Scouts

Cyndy graduated from Newberry College in Newberry, S.C. with a degree in Sociology. After 14 years as a social worker in the area of Developmental Disabilities, and 20 years with Gwinnett County Public Schools, she retired in May from Chattahoochee Elementary. Cyndy has been involved with the Boy Scouts of America, Youth Sports, Lawrenceville First United Methodist Church, sponsored Extreme Volunteers club, and currently works at Chattahoochee Elementary as a Kindergarten volunteer. She enjoys gardening, reading, jigsaw puzzles and getting to know her new granddaughter.

Stacy Willett


Stacy graduated from University of Louisville with a degree in Business/Marketing. After a decade of working in consulting and advertising, she went back to Emory University for nursing school. She worked in the Emergency Department of Children's Healthcare of Atlanta for 8 years, until her legacy (Polly) was born and became her first priority. She has served as CAB-Membership at University of Georgia; numerous offices in the Atlanta Night Alumnae Chapter; and Collegiate Province President and Special Advisor for National Kappa Delta. Currently, she has her own global skincare business with Rodan + Fields and is able to be there for the everyday moments with her family.

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