Delta Nu Chapter |

University of New Orleans

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Emily Mailhos


"I chose ZTA because of how welcomed the girls made me feel. When I was talking to ZTA during recruitment, they instantly made me feel at home and accepted and I knew it was where I belonged. Being in ZTA is seriously like a dream come true and I am so blessed to be surrounded by so many authentic and genuine women."

Ella Grace Mitchell

First Vice President: Coordinator of Committees

"I chose ZTA because I wanted to make a difference in the world during my time in college and our involvement in Breast Cancer Education and Awareness allowed me to do that. "

Izabel Willcuts

Second Vice President: New Member Coordinator

"I chose ZTA because they accepted me for me and I felt like I had actual sisters. Coming from so far away, having a family on campus was something I definitely needed to be successful in college."

Lauren Fuller

Third Vice President: Recruitment Chair

"When I came to UNO, I never expected myself to join greek life, but with the welcoming community that ZTA offered, I can't imagine myself anywhere else. My sisters have helped me grow and have become my home away from home."

Isabelle Fortier

Recording Secretary, Panhellenic Delegate, and Academic Chair

"I chose ZTA because I felt an instant connection with so many of the girls and immediately knew I would have lifelong friendships."

Caroline Randall

Risk Reduction and Education and Treasurer

"I chose ZTA because when meeting the girls and seeing their passion for their philanthropy, I knew it was where I belonged. I can honestly say that I made the best decision ever."

Katie Lambert

Historian Reporter

"I chose ZTA because I was looking for a loving and supporting community on campus and they gave me just that."

Rachel Van Meter


"I chose ZTA because they showed me love and acceptance right away. I genuinely never expected to join a sorority, but I can not imagine college without my sisters."