2nd Vice President Alyssa Groskopf
Hometown: Hastings, MN
Major: Animal Science – Production and Agricultural Communications and Marketing.
Alyssa joined LDPhi her sophomore year and found a group of women who supported her passions and goals. She is extremely active in the multiple leadership roles she holds on the Saint Paul campus. Alyssa serves as the recruitment chair of the chapter, the Vice President of the Block and Bridle Club, a member of the Gopher Dairy Club, Overall Chair for Minnesota Royal, and a member of the General Livestock Judging Team. This summer she is interning with Form-A-Feed as their beef production specialist intern. Finally, she is one of the four managers of the Gopher Dairy Bar at the MN State Fair.
Hometown: Oshkosh, WI
Major: Political Science and Spanish
Hannah became involved with LDPhi after a sister invited her to dinner. She fell in love with the kindness and sincerity exuded by the active members. Hannah works at the Learning Abroad Center after studying abroad in Valparaíso, Chile. She has interned in Washington, D.C. and at the Minneapolis congressional office for Senator Amy Klobuchar.
Hometown: Lester Prairie, MN
Major: Food Science
Paige found a home in the house with the blue door the second semester of her freshman year. She is an active member on the Saint Paul campus through her membership in LDPhi, her job at the Joseph J. Warthesen Food Processing Center as a lab assistant where cheese and ice cream is made for sale on campus, her involvment in CHAARG (Changing healthy attitudes and actions to recreate girls), CFANS Student Board, and the FSCN Club.
Hometown: Warroad, MN
Major: Psychology and Anthropology
Brianne joined LDPhi because she met a group of passionate and well-rounded girls who were motivated to achieve their own goals and excited to support her in her own. In addition to being an active member, Brianne works as a campus tour guide and is a cabinet member for the Young Women’s Initiative of Minnesota where she helps create opportunities for underrepresented young women in the state.
First VP Alexis Giangrande
Hometown: Pipestone, MN
Major: Animal Science
Hometown: Cottage Grove, WI
Major: Child Psychology
An alumni referred Liz to LDPhi her freshman year and when she toured the house she knew the sorority could be her home away from home. Liz is actively involved as a research assistant in Dr. Rebecca Shlafer’s child psychology lab. Liz also loves to volunteer with local children. In her free time she enjoys exploring different places in the Twin Cities.