Megan Johnson, President of the Beta Tau Chapter at Nebraska Wesleyan University, described how Delta Zeta has truly influenced her life and her desire to give back to others.
"Becoming a Delta Zeta was easily one of the best decisions I ever made," Megan said. "Being a part of a sisterhood that has such driven, caring and motivated women has shown me the positive impact that collegiate women can have. Everyone in the Beta Tau chapter constantly contributes to our growth and success by either being an active member of campus organizations or volunteering in the community.
"This past semester that hard work paid off when we had a member awarded Greek Woman of the Year and our chapter won Chapter of the Year. I'm always amazed by the work that Delta Zetas do, and am so proud to belong to an organization that pushes its members to do more and be more in their everyday lives."
Giving graciously has been an important part of Megan's life at Nebraska Wesleyan. "This upcoming semester is the Alzheimer's walk," she said, "and our chapter always tries does as much for this cause as possible. There are multiple alumnae who have been affected by Alzheimer's, and participating in and fundraising for this event helps not only raise money to research treatments, but gives us a time to support our sisters. It's really encouraging to know that our chapter can support the national philanthropy and service project of Delta Zeta, and still support local philanthropies that directly affect our members."