Vacant - President
Leanne Thompson - Vice President
Peggy Hutchinson - Treasurer
Chapter: Tau (Colorado State University)
Why Gamma Phi? I joined Gamma Phi way back when because it was the group where I felt like I belonged. There were six sororities at CSU then. In those days actives could visit incoming freshmen during the summer before RUSH AND i was sold on Gamma Phi after that. I became active with the alum chapter when we lived in Boulder and I went to a membership open house and within the month I was on the BR HCB. I stayed with Boulder alums after we moved from Boulder until we moved to the mountains, then joined DAC when the Convention was in Denver and they were recruiting for help. I have stayed with the DAC, and active with it because I think we have a terrific group of people and some excellent activities and I enjoy it, especially since I have been in lock down, the Zoom activities give me a Gamma Phi connection to the outside world.
Fun Fact: I have two kids, one granddaughter and 4 grand dogs - one Akita, one Husky, and two Keeshonds.
Leigh Ann Kudloff - Programming VP
Chapter: Theta (University of Denver)
Why Gamma Phi? I have been an active member of Gamma Phi Beta for over 40 years! In college, I served Theta Chapter as Ritual Chair and Vice President. As an alumna, I have served in many capacities: Ritual Advisor and Chapter Advisor for Theta Chapter, President of Denver Alumnae Chapter (three times), Vice President, Programming VP, Philanthropy VP, Founders Day Chair (many, many times), for Region 6, I have served as Regional Coordinator/Alumnae Specialist and Alumnae Chapter Supervisor, Sorority Director of Education Resources and Sorority Coordinator for Alumnae Education in the Education Department, and Denver Area Panhellenic President, VP, Secretary, Treasurer, and Member-at-Large. In each role, I valued learning more and collaborating to make our sisterhood even better. I have gained leadership skills in addition to making new friends.forward to making more throughout my whole life!
Fun Fact: I am currently working on my second master's degree. This one is in Data Science. Last summer I completed the Colorado Trail, which is a trail from Denver to Durango. I adopted a new kitten in May.
Amber Mendoza - Public Relations VP
Jaz Wilson - Membership VP
Ann O'Neill - Philanthropy VP
Chapter: Alpha Phi (Colorado College)
Why Gamma Phi? I joined Gamma Phi Beta as a freshman at C.C. Our sorority houses were meeting houses only, not residential. I liked that arrangement, as I could maintain friendships through my dormitory and classes, along with being an active member of Gamma Phi. To me, the Alpha Phi Chapter of Gamma Phi represented a varied group of women with many different activities and academic interests. I served in the role of Pledge Trainer during my time as a Gamma Phi on campus. I enjoyed the social connectedness of Gamma Phi, and I am proud to say that several of my current friends are sisters in Gamma Phi Beta. I re-opened the door to becoming active in the Denver Alumnae Chapter of Gamma Phi in 2019, as I had newfound time, after transitioning from my paid career. I am pleased to apply skills developed in my sales career, promoting and supporting DAC's Gamma Phi philanthropies, which are Girls on the Run of the Rockies and Gates Camp for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Denver.
Fun Fact: By participating in a Colorado College alumni travel program, my husband and I ventured to the continent of Antarctica ten years ago - it was a life dream fulfilled!
Cheryl Myhra - Panhellenic Affairs VP and Alumnae Reference Chairwoman
Chapter: Omega (Iowa State)
Reason for joining Gamma Phi: Cheryl has lived in a number of different locations and have always found by Gamma Phi connection a lifeline when new to a community.
Kay Wilms - Alternate Delegate for Denver Panhellenic Council
Chapter: Tau (Colorado State University)
Why Gamma Phi? As an out of state student attending Colorado State University, I found a home away from home in Gamma Phi Beta. I have made lifelong friends that are an invaluable part of my life. There is a group of about 12 of us that travel together every year. I have continued to give back to the Sorority and worked at International Headquarters for 11 years at the Director of Housing before retiring in May 2020.
Fun Fact: As a family of four, we are all Colorado State University graduates and all Greek. I am proud to have a legacy, Laura. My son Andy is a Delta Tau Delta and my husband HP is a Sigma Chi.