An RLDC lives in the same town as the chapter they are supporting. RLDCs have the opportunity to work closely with one chapter and form deep relationships with those members. They help the chapter accomplish its goals and establish the chapter’s brand, foundation and traditions.
RLDCs at first-year chapters will be part of the establishing recruitment process and charter members to join a new chapter. They will also serve as leaders of that chapter, coordinating the New Member Education Program, planning sisterhood events, preparing the members for Initiation, meeting with Panhellenic and staff on campus, organizing the LNC process, and eventually training and mentoring the chapter’s first Executive Council.
RLDCs placed at second year chapters oversee and manage the chapter’s officers. They typically meet with all leaders of the chapter each week and assist them in understanding and carrying out their responsibilities. They also form relationships with Alumnae Advisory Committee (AAC) members and on-campus staff throughout the year and often act as a liaison between the chapter, the Regional Team, Headquarters and the campus.