Chapter Leadership

Cameryn Cupelli

Chapter President

Going into recruitment, I had no idea what to expect out of a sisterhood, and now I can’t imagine my college experience without mine. Every day when I walk through Tri Delta’s doors, I am inspired by the women who make up this house. Each woman is unique, and I have learned from or been inspired by every one of them. It is truly special knowing that on my best days, I have an amazing group of friends cheering me on and on my not so great days, I have a genuine support system. There is so much opportunity to grow in this chapter. Without Tri Delta, I would not have the confidence I have today to put myself out there and push the boundaries of what I am capable of. To be able to lead such an incredible group that I have received so much from is a blessing. This sisterhood has given me more than I could have ever imagined, and for that reason, I will be forever grateful to be apart of this chapter.

Katie Strickland

Vice President of Operations

Coming to the University of Arkansas, I wanted to join a group of women who not only made me feel at home, but who challenged each other to be the best versions of ourselves. 920 W. Maple has provided that community and so much more. My Tri Delta sisters are brave, bold, and kind women who encourage me each day to strive towards my goals and to consistently grow as a person, friend, and leader. Being able to return that love, understanding, and encouragement through how we serve our sisters and our campus community each day is at the core of my Tri Delta experience along with so many others. I am excited to continue growing our chapter into a home that supports each member in their college journey and beyond and walks with them as they grow towards their dreams.

  • Hometown: Little Rock, AR
  • Major: International and Global Studies; Political Science

Rylie Birdwell

Vice President of Chapter Programming and Development

When I decided to go Tri Delt my freshman year, I didn’t know what to expect. I was a small town girl who didn’t know too many people in greek life. All I knew was that on bid day of 2018, I was seen, known, and loved. I knew that college was going to be such a shift in my life, and these women were there to walk through the challenging times, and celebrate me in the good ones. Through Tri Delt, I have been challenged to grow in my leadership skills, challenged to set higher goals for myself, and encouraged through every step of my college career to chase my dreams. This chapter is full of women that are brave, bold and kind. I have learned how to truly live, learn and lead with purpose. I will be forever thankful for the lifetime of perpetual bonds through the sisterhood of Tri Delta.

  • Hometown: Greenbrier, AR
  • Major: Journalism Broadcast and Advertising/PR

Nicole Dominguez

Vice President of Community Relations

During recruitment, I was looking for a house that would push me beyond who I thought I was capable of being academically, professionally, and as a leader. I have found all of that and more here at Delta Iota. The girls within these walls – including those who have come and gone – have shaped me into the woman I am today. Tri Delta continues to push me to be the best version of myself through educational opportunities, leadership opportunities, philanthropic opportunities, and a supportive sisterhood. This house is a place of growth, a place of steadfast love, and a place where women become Brave, Bold, & Kind.

  • Hometown: Spingdale, AR
  • Major: Honors Biology & Spanish with a Medical Humanities minor

Jenna Davis

Vice President of Membership Experience

Transferring to the University of Arkansas and to the Delta Iota chapter of Tri Delta, I was overwhelmed with nerves and fear. It was the second semester of my freshman year and I was unsure how I would be accepted as a new member within a group that had already gotten to know one another. But, the first time I walked inside the doors of 920 West Maple, I knew I was right where I needed to be. I was welcomed with open arms and the kindness I was shown completely filled my heart. Getting to know the girls that make up this chapter has been an absolute blessing, and one that has allowed me to grow in ways that I never imagined. I have found friends that inspire me to be the best version of myself, lift me up when I fall short, and steadfastly love me under all circumstances. I know the sisters I have gained as a member of Delta Delta Delta are in it for the long haul, for good times and bad times, and all the times in between. Three years later, I still feel the same sense of joy walking through the doors of our house, knowing I am coming home to my best friends, my sisters, my family.

  • Hometown: Sherwood, AR
  • Major: Marketing/Accounting