About This Office
The duty of the Grand Vice President for Financial Affairs will be to supervise and review the finances of the fraternity. The GVPFA will have access to account statements, be responsible for the management of the annual budget, and serve as Chair of the Finance Committee. The GVPFA primarily serves as a “checks and balance” and to make recommendations to the Executive Council regarding security of our finances. The GVPFA shall deliver to that person’s successor all documents and property belonging to the office.
Bailey moved around since her youth taking her across several states before she moved “home” to Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana in 2012. It was in West Lafayette, as a second-year pre-pharmacy student that Bailey found her way to the Tau Chapter and her pharmacy family. In November 2013, Bailey was Initiated into the Tau Chapter, Purdue University College of Pharmacy in the Great Lakes Region. Following her Initiation year, Bailey quickly took on leadership roles and served Tau as their Webmaster, Worthy Correspondent and Worthy Chief Counselor. She went on to serve the Great Lakes Region in both the Regional Correspondent position being elected at the 2017 Regional Caucus and then as an Alumna in the role of Regional Director for Collegiate Affairs for the 2019-2021 term. Bailey also served as one of the pioneers (partnered with Alumni Brother Joshua Murdock) in the creation of the Indiana Alumni Chapter that was chartered in March of 2020. In addition to these roles, Bailey has served the Fraternity on a number of committees as an Alumna including: Emergency Preparedness and Response Committee, Regional Restructuring Committee, Professional Development Committee, and currently as the co-chair of the ChEQ Program restructuring committee.
In 2016, the Tau Chapter hosted the Great Lakes Regional Conference. This was a pivotal moment for Bailey in Phi Delta Chi as it ignited the passion she now carries for the larger Phi Delta Chi Brotherhood, a passion she carries with her to this day in her interactions with all Brothers. Bailey used this passion and pursued grant opportunities for her Chapter as WC and WCC that allowed for her Collegiate Brothers to attend the Fraternity’s national conferences, and has since made it a mission to attend whatever gatherings of Brothers she is able. Outside of her Phi Delta Chi efforts, Bailey recently completed her PGY1/2 Health System Pharmacy Administration Residency at Wake Forest Baptist Health in North Carolina while completing an MS degree from the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy and obtaining her BCPS credentials. Following graduation from her residency in 2020, Bailey started her post-residency career on the leadership team at UVA Health managing Surgery, Neurology and Controlled Substances Clinical Operations for the health system. In late 2021, Bailey relocated back closer to home and resides in the suburbs of Chicago and is the Drug Diversion Program Director at Northwestern Medicine. Her professional interests include: leadership development, pharmacy practice advancement, diversion prevention, and medication safety. In her free time, Bailey enjoys traveling, exploring new wineries with friends, hiking, binge watching shows and spending time with her pup, Bolt. AAAE
Grand Vice President for Financial Affairs