Executive Officers



Executive Officers


Zeta Nu is thankful to have an amazing group of women leading our chapter in 2019. Read below to learn more about them and their positions!


Emory DeVolder


Hi, my name is Emory and I am so excited to serve as our chapter’s President this year! It is truly an honor to serve the most amazing organization. I am a Finance major from the Boston area and couldn’t be happier to be a student at Clemson. The flip flop season is much longer here and the school spirit is beyond fun to be apart of. Some of my favorite experiences at Clemson have been Student Government’s Activities Committee, Order of Omega, and studying abroad at Oxford University this past summer. I love all things glitter, fashion and cosmetics, and can often be found working out or spending time with my friends.


Sarah Reynolds

Executive Vice President

I am a junior Political Science major with a concentration in Global Politics and a minor in Spanish Studies from Lamar, South Carolina! At Clemson, I am involved with Students Helping Honduras and Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity! My ‘nerdy side’ is passionate about legal studies and global development. However, in my spare time I love working out, hiking through the upstate, or whipping up some homemade baked goods, especially, my personal favorite, my Nana’s red velvet cake. I am so thankful for the opportunity to serve Zeta Nu as the EVP this year and can’t wait to see what it holds!


Kendall Goedeke

Recruitment and Marketing Vice President

Hello hello! I’m Kendall, a sophomore Graphic Communications major from St. Louis, Missouri and I am so excited to be in charge of all things recruitment this year. I’m so thankful for the opportunity to combine my skills of creativity, organization, and communication in this role and am expectant for what this year will bring! Outside of ADPi, my favorite things that I’m involved in on campus include Clemson University Guide Association and Clemson Undergraduate Student Government. I’m a Starbucks green tea enthusiast, I live by my color-coordinated schedule, and I love spending time with family and friends, trips to Rosemary Beach in FL, cycling classes followed by green juice and a salad, a good photograph, and long walks around Clemson.


Sallie McLeod

Membership Education Vice President

Hi everyone! I’m Sallie, a senior Communication and Women's Leadership double major with a Legal Studies minor from Cheraw, South Carolina. I am so excited to spread my love for ADPi by educating my sisters about all aspects of membership and how to be the best members possible! Other than being involved in ADPi, I am the News Director for Tigervision, a student led on campus TV network, a Student Government Activities Committee member, the Outreach Director for Girl Up, the Mortar Board Pageant Director for the Miss Clemson University Pageant, a member of the Legacy Day Committee, and an intern at the Pearce Center for Professional Communication. I've had a busy but exciting summer studying abroad in Germany, going to Grand Convention (the biggest ADPi conference ever!!!) in Las Vegas, and interning on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. for the United States Senate! In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my friends and family and reading every book in sight. This is going to be an exciting year for Zeta Nu, and I cannot wait to be a part of it!


Joanna Lilly

Finance Vice President

Hi! I am a junior Finance major with a minor in Accounting and Spanish Studies and I am from Annapolis, Maryland. I am so excited to apply my interest in finance to this position in ADPi and help make our chapter the best it can be! In addition to ADPi, I recently helped create a new club at Clemson called Girl Up which I am the vice president of. I love traveling and was able to spend my sophomore spring semester in Argentina learning about the culture and practicing my Spanish. Additionally, I love running and spending time with my friends and family!


Grace DeWulf

Director of Social Enrichment

I’m a biochemistry major from the great city of Atlanta, Georgia! I love serving on exec, but one of my other passions on campus is being a part of Students Helping Honduras. I am a recruiter and trip coordinator for the club. Another thing I love to do is travel and this summer I will have the opportunity to study Microbiology in Poland! I make a mean pound cake and my guilty pleasure is French fries lol. When I’m not studying and running around, I love to work out and be with my sisters.


Sara Sargent

Director of Standards and Ethics

Hi! My name is Sara Sargent and I am junior Food Science and Human Nutrition major pursuing a career in pharmacy. As a Clemson local, I have been attending Clemson football games since I was two years old! My blood truly runs orange, and I am thrilled to have the opportunity to serve the Zeta Nu chapter this year! Aside from ADPi, I currently sit on the Student Activity Funding Board, am a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success, the Samuel J. Cadden Chapel Committee, the Pre-Pharmacy Club, and I previously served as the Small Events and Donations Chair for Students Helping Honduras. In my freetime, I enjoy spending time with family and friends and watching my favorite show, Game of Thrones. I am so blessed to have the privilege to serve my sisters this year, and I cannot wait to see what the future holds!


Abby Palmquist

Panhellenic Delegate

I’m a junior Food Science and Nutrition Major from Simpsonville, South Carolina! Aside from ADPi, I’m involved with the Clemson Nutrition Program. I’m currently a member of the Nutrition Club and leader of a Creative Inquiry in diabetes and obesity research. Fitness and exercise is a huge passion of mine. I’m a Group Exercise Instructor at Prisma Family YMCA, and teach a variety of classes! Becoming an Instructor has by far been one of the best things I’ve ever done. When I’m not studying or teaching classes, I love to just be with my family and friends!