Epsilon Delta, Concord University

About Epsilon Delta Chapter

Epsilon Delta was founded on August 23, 1956 at Concord University in Athens, WV. We've been around 61 years and going strong!

Our chapter is a part of Delta Zeta Region 4. We currently have a total of 14 members in our chapter and our average GPA is 3.04! For the academic year Fall 2016 through Spring 2017 our chapter has donated 1907 service hours and $1825.02!

Heart for Hearing
School Year Total
$20
School Year Goal
$5,000
Total Raised
$1,463

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Chapter News

Linda McLaughlin Scarborough, Concord - Epsilon Delta, has joined LewisGale Regional Health System in Salem, Virginia, as Marketing Manager

Linda McLaughlin Scarborough, Concord - Epsilon Delta, has joined LewisGale Regional Health System in Salem, Virginia, as Marketing Manager. LewisGale Regional Health System is an affiliate of HCA, the largest medical corporation in the world. In this new role, Linda is responsible for the marketing functions for LewisGale Medical Center in Salem; LewisGale Hospital Alleghany in Low Moor, Virginia; LewisGale Hospital Montgomery in Blacksburg, Virginia; and LewisGale Hospital Pulaski.

She most recently served as communications strategist for Anstey Hodge Advertising Group in Roanoke. Prior to joining that agency, she was the communications specialist for Hanover County Public Schools, just outside of Richmond, Virginia. Before relocating, she resided in Roanoke where she created the public relations department for Roanoke County Public Schools. Collectively, she has spent more than 20 years in marketing and public relations, beginning this portion of her career at the Roanoke Regional Chamber of Commerce. Before entering the public relations and marketing field, she was a journalist and weather anchor at five television stations throughout the eastern United States. Linda currently serves as a Board Member At-Large and Hospitality Chair for the Blue Ridge Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. Since 2007, Linda has managed a freelance business where she provides voice-over services for video projects, radio and television commercials and telephone answering systems.

Linda graduated from Concord University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in commercial art, advertising, and broadcast communications. She is an alumna of Concord University’s Delta Zeta Epsilon Delta Chapter.

Katie Ratcliffe, Epsilon Delta (Concord University) alumna, personifies lifelong learning in everything she does
May 17, 2016


“All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to us” – J.R.R. Tolkien
This is Katie Ratcliffe's favorite quote.

Katie Ratcliffe, now an alumna of the Epsilon Delta Chapter at Concord University, personifies lifelong learning. She graduated in the spring of 2016 with a 3.88 GPA. She was a Social Work major with minors in Women and Gender studies, Sociology and Civic Engagement. Katie made the Dean’s list every semester, and was president of the Concord Social Work Club. She received the Social Work Student of the Year award.

During her time at Concord University as a busy commuter student, she was very active on campus and passionately pursued her education while also helping others learn. Katie was a Bonner Scholar, and accrued 1,680 hours of community service while at Concord. She tutored for Student Support Services and took notes for disabled students through the Concord Disability Services Office. In the Epsilon Delta Chapter, Katie served as Parliamentarian.

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Katie was willing to help any student that came to her. She tutored countless students and helped many friends and Delta Zeta sisters with their academic planning, both through her tutoring position and as a volunteer. During her last semester as an undergraduate, Katie received the Judith Herndon Fellowship through which she did field placement at the West Virginia Legislature under Senator/Minority Leader, and Gubernatorial candidate, Jeff Kessler. She is currently working towards her master's degree in social work, and she plans to do fieldwork in counseling at the Veterans Administration hospital. Katie then hopes to take time off before going on to pursue a doctorate of social work.