Theta Pi

at Christian Brothers University

Chapter Officers

Madison Cranford


I am a senior Liberal Studies Major with a minor in Behavioral Sciences. I plan on attending graduate school for Human Resource Leadership with hopes of becoming a Training and Development manager post my graduate program. I spent my summer interning at Momentum Nonprofit Partners doing work in the Memphis Nonprofit community. I love writing for my blog, spending time with my amazing sisters, and watching whatever my latest Netflix binge is. Alpha Xi Delta has helped me realize my potential by giving me a foundation to grow socially, spiritually, and academically. The National Foundation has provided me with countless leadership development opportunities like attending the National Convention and many Area Wide Workshops. Theta Pi has shown me how to let courage, graciousness, and peace shine through all I do. These girls encourage me, love me, lift me up, and will be the ones standing next to me on my wedding day.

Jacqueline Conlan

Chapter Life Vice President

I am a senior majoring in Psychology and planning to go into the police academy after I graduate in May. A little fun fact about myself is that I work at Remax and hammer in signs. I love Alpha Xi Delta because it always keeps me smiling.

Megan Wilson

Communications Vice President

I am a senior Natural Science Major with a minor in Psychology. I plan on attending graduate school for Occupational Therapy. I am currently a PT/OT Tech at OrthoMemphis. In my free time I love hanging out with my friends and family. Alpha Xi Delta has helped me realize my potential by helping me develop my leadership skills. In fact, I am the current SGA President of CBU. Theta Pi has encouraged me to have courage, be gracious, and make peace as well as gifting me some of my very best friends and role models.

Molly Flanagan

Finance and Operations Vice President

I’m a senior Accounting Major and Sustainability Studies minor, and after graduating I plan to get a Master’s degree in Accountancy and take the CPA exam. AXiD has helped me realize my potential by helping me get more involved on campus and get out of my comfort zone. Fun facts that aren’t that fun are this summer I interned at the National Civil Rights Museum in the finance department and I’m a Hufflepuff.

Sofia Calvert

Member Development Vice President

I am a Junior Early Childhood Education Major from Little Rock, AR. Fun fact: I can play the ukulele! I love AXiD because it is my home away from home at school and my sisters help inspire me to be the best version of myself everyday!

Annie Posey

Philanthropy Vice President

I am a Junior Special Education major with hopes of one day attending graduate school for either Speech or Occupational Therapy. I love Alpha Xi Delta and the way it joins together so many girls that otherwise would not be connected. I also love our philanthropy and all the work we do to raise money for Autism Speaks.

Shelby Youngblood

Membership Vice President

I am a junior English for Corporate Communications major from Olive Branch, Mississippi. Besides Alpha Xi Delta, I am also a current member of S.T.A.R.S. and the Catholic Student Association. Outside of academics, I am an intern with the Immigration Services team at St. Jude's Children Research Hospital. Alpha Xi Delta helped me realize my potential by pushing me outside my comfort zone and providing me with a constant source of love and support.

Heidi Stonecipher

Panhellenic Delegate

I am a sophomore biology major in hopes of attending Medical School and becoming a Pediatric Oncologist at St. Jude. Fun Facts: Love to play volleyball/ultimate Frisbee, I was born 8 weeks early, I was the duck master at the Peabody for my birthday, recently participated in a cadaver lab and implanted spinal correction devices. I love AXID because it has brought me a home away from home at CBU, given me a group of girls who are constantly pushing me to be the best person I can be, shown me that it’s okay to be yourself, widened my awareness of Autism and given me an opportunity to make a change in the community, and provided me with a group of life-long friends/sisters. AXID has helped me to realize my potential by pushing me to become a better leader, friend, and mentor. Being on EC my freshmen year, I was given the opportunity to hone my leadership skills and play a role in Panhellenic relations. AXID has widened my horizons and allowed me to network and interact with students, professors, and career professionals that I wouldn’t have met outside of the organization.