“A lot of the alums are saying our founders would be so proud of where we are today and probably had no idea that the organization would evolve into what it now is, an organization that empowers women in so many areas that were important to its founders 100 years ago.”“It’s more than just guiding our kids on campus,” says Catherine Zacks Gildenhorn, SDT alumna and 2016 JWI Woman to Watch Sondra D. Through its partnership with JWI, SDT is making a much bigger impact. Looking at it objectively, it just seems like a perfect .”Past National President Michelle Keck Carlson agrees that things have changed, even since she rushed the Gamma Psi Chapter at Arizona State University in the 1990s.“The philanthropic and leadership component was nowhere near the level we provide for our women today,” she says.Growth was bolstered by the members themselves and an organizational drive to keep programming relevant.Purchasing your device isn’t the end of your relationship with SDT.We provide the training and support you need to maximize the potential of your ultrasound program.
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As she reflects on the past century of SDT’s commitment to serving young women, Morgan says she still feels a closeness to the organization that made her feel most “at home” in college.“The reason why I still feel so connected to SDT is the values that SDT espouses and the kind of women of character that they are trying to build in the sorority system.
These are values that I identify with and want to pursue for myself and my own family,” she says.
“They are exactly the Jewish values that make SDT and JWI a perfect match, and are the driving factor behind my support of both of these organizations.”SDT Executive Director Debbie Snyder joined the team four years ago, and says centennial preparations were in the works even before her arrival.
Regional events have taken place throughout the past year for members who can’t make it to New York.“The energy and the excitement has been so interesting and great to see,” she says.