Atlanta, GA -- The Delta Phi Lambda Foundation is pleased to announce the addition of one new member to the Board of Governors: Jennifer Albesa. The Board provides leadership for carrying out the Foundation’s mission to empower the women of Delta Phi Lambda and the communities they serve by funding scholarships and leadership development grants since 2010. Lillie Madali, a business systems analyst with the City of Atlanta, will serve as chair of the 2018 Board of Directors.
Jennifer Albesa is a case manager at 90 Works in Pensacola, Florida. She has a master's degree in clinical/medical social work from Saint Leo University, a master's degree of arts in applied experimental psychology and a bachelor's degree of arts in psychology from University of West Florida. As an undergraduate student, she chartered Delta Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. at the University of West Florida. Prior to joining the Foundation Board of Directors, she served as the National Vice President of Expansion and External Affairs with Delta Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc.
“I am excited to welcome Jennifer Albesa to the Board of Directors,” says Lillie Madali, board chair. “She brings a passion for philanthropy and the desire to increase sorority alumnae and collegiate engagement with the Foundation to advance our mission.”
About the Delta Phi Lambda Foundation
The Delta Phi Lambda Foundation is a 501(c)3 tax-deductible nonprofit organization committed to empower the women of Delta Phi Lambda and the communities they serve by funding scholarships, supporting philanthropic endeavors and promoting leadership development. With the financial support of our donors, we can provide women with the tools they need to sustain a chapter and programs that award women with great academic achievements.