An Active Summer

This summer has been extremely busy for the ladies of Lambda Delta Phi! Check out our gallery of photos to see what some of us have been up to.

Maureen Nystrom

 Maureen Nystrom

Hometown: St. Paul, MN

Year: Junior

Major: Elementary Education

Maureen joined to become a part of something bigger than herself, to gain leadership skills, and, of course, to meet the wonderful ladies of LDP. She is the assistant 2nd VP for the chapter. Maureen works at a before and after school program at an elementary school and volunteers in an elementary school weekly.


Kyra Flom

 Secretary Kyra Flom

Hometown: Faribault, MN

Year: Junior

Major: Animal Science and Agricultural Communications and Marketing

Kyra joined to become involved on campus and in her first year as a member, she has become very active. She is the social chair, the graphic design chair, and the assistant PHC representative. On campus, Kyra is involved in the Gopher Dairy Club, and Block and Bridle. She has spent her summers working at New Perspective Senior Living and traveling to various jackpot shows with her market lambs.

Kari Healy

 Kari Healy

Hometown: Green Bay, WI

Year: Junior

Major: Agricultural Communications and Marketing

Kari joined because of the family atmosphere between the girls. In December of 2017, she joined the U.S. Navy. Kari spent the past semester at basic training. On campus, she is a member of the Gopher Dairy Club and did research in Dr. Crooker’s animal physiology lab.

Libbie Ring

 Libbie Ring

Hometown: Moose Lake, MN

Year: Junior

Major: Nutrition

When Libbie arrived to the U, she wanted to meet others and build a community. She served as the health advocate for the chapter during the past school year.

Kirsten Hall

 Kristen Hall

Hometown: Bellevue, NE

Year: Senior

Major: Animal Science – Pre-Vet

Kirsten joined LDPhi the second semester of her first year on campus. She wanted to find a home away from home and a place that would push her academically. This past summer she interned in Nebraska with the Omaha Equestrian Foundation. On campus, she is the president of the Barnyard, the gopher men’s basketball fan section.





Geneva Nunes

Rep at Large Geneva Nunes

Hometown: Chippewa Falls, WI

Year: Junior

Geneva joined because she instantly felt connected to the community when she started coming to events. As well as serving as Rep at Large and on various committees, Geneva is involved in soil judging, women’s rugby, and Gopher Dairy Club on campus.