Holly Rider is the Vice President of Education Strategy at Vector Solutions where she supports organizations and institutions that have demonstrated commitment to adopting the highest standards for prevention related to health and safety issues on their campuses.
With nearly 30 years experience in campus and community-based experience, Holly is a frequently sought expert on issues related to sexual and intimate partner violence on college campuses by colleges and universities, state and federal agencies, policy groups and other organizations as well as national and education media outlets.
Cindee serves in a uniquely created position as Major Gifts Officer for both the Alpha Delta Pi & Alpha Omicron Pi Foundations. Prior to working in the sorority foundation space, Cindee successfully led the $40 million United For the Future Endowment campaign for United Way of South Hampton Roads. Cindee’s experience in the non-profit sector and with national Presidential and Senatorial political campaigns gives her a distinctive insight into the philanthropic interests of major gift donors. Cindee received her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism at University of Georgia where she was a member of Chi Omega and earned her Master’s degree from Georgetown University.
Vincent Russo serves as Senior Director of Advancement at the Delta Tau Delta Educational Foundation where he previously served as Senior Advancement Office and Leadership Gift Officer in prior roles over his five years in fundraising. Russo also served Delta Tau Delta as a Senior and Chapter Leadership Consultant, working with over 40 chapters of the Fraternity across the country from 2017-2019. His career and volunteerism outside of it has continuously immersed him in the contemporary undergraduate and young adult population in the United States and given him insight to the challenges and ambitions of this specific population.
Chelsea E. Sheridan
Chelsea E. Sheridan serves as the Director of Advancement at the Delta Tau Delta Educational Foundation. She previously served as the Assistant Director of Student Organizations at the University of Mississippi, Assistant Director of Volunteer Engagement at The College of William & Mary, and as the Assistant Director of Volunteer Engagement at Zeta Beta Tau. Her experience working with students, volunteer populations, donors, and young alumni have given her a holistic viewpoint of the undergraduate to alumni transition and the varying challenges our organizations continue to strive to solve.
Scott Sikes, MBA, CFRE, FAHP, CFP
Scott Sikes consults with nonprofit board and staff leaders nationally and teaches organizational leadership/fundraising at Brenau University. He was VP of Shepherd Center, the nation’s largest brain and spinal cord injury hospital, and Executive Director of its Foundation; VP of Valdosta State University and CEO of its Foundation; Interim Executive Director of Development at the University of Georgia.
Laura Stillman, Assistant Executive Director/Director of Donor Relations for the Delta Gamma Foundation, carries a long history within the non-profit and volunteer sectors. As a Kappa Kappa Gamma from the University of Illinois, Laura’s strengths include diplomacy and grace; she is an articulate and trusted leader and can be relied upon to provide a sage perspective. As resident IMIS expert and a skilled donor relations professional, Laura has lots to share with her Greek peers at FFE.