Conner Richberg earned a bachelor's degree in business administration in marketing from Marshall University in Huntington, W.V. During her time Marshall University Conner was initiated into the Psi Chapter of Sigma Sigma Sigma, where she served in various leadership positions, such as the vice president of enrichment for Panhellenic. She chaired her chapter’s risk management team and served as chapter president. Richberg cherishes her collegiate experience which set her on her current professional path. She has served as a house director for Alpha Gamma Delta at both the Alpha (Syracuse University) and Epsilon (University of Kentucky) chapters.
Richberg serves as coordinator of member experience and education (wellness). In this role, she is responsible for the creation and execution of education, programming, and experiences for members through the Life of Excellence framework with a specific focus on wellness and well-being topics (through the five dimensions: physical, intellectual, social, emotional, financial wellness, and risk prevention/coping) and strengthening community topics (belonging, diversity, equity, inclusion, and stewardship). She looks forward to working with everyone in the Delt organization.
She strives to uphold Tri Sigma’s open motto “Faithful unto Death” by continuing to give back to her organization. Currently, she serves as the property liaison and works on her collegiate chapter’s housing board. She continues to find joy in advising the next generation of her sisters.
In her free time, Richberg enjoys taking her dog Lyla (a four-year-old Australian shepherd) for hikes and to the dog park. Their favorite place to be is on her Indigenous reservation, Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, swimming in the bay and connecting with her heritage. When she is not outdoors with her pup, you can find her reading on her Kindle, playing a new video game on her PlayStation or jamming out to Taylor Swift’s entire discography with friends.