Atlanta, GA, May 7, 2016 – The Atlanta Alumnae Panhellenic Association (AAPA) (, a community-based organization composed of alumnae from National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) member fraternities, awarded Marguerite Bradley, a rising Senior at Georgia Tech and member of Alpha Xi Delta sorority, a $2,000 scholarship in recognition of her academic and service-based accomplishments.

Since 1932, the AAPA has provided scholarships to women from the Atlanta area, as part of its goal of supporting academic achievement among women. The AAPA collegiate scholarship is awarded annually to deserving rising Junior and rising Senior NPC sorority members attending Georgia universities. “Marguerite is an extraordinary young lady and we are pleased to support her in her educational endeavors,” said AAPA President, Rigby Duncan.

Bradley, a resident of Woodstock, is majoring in Industrial Engineering at Georgia Tech with a 3.5 GPA in the co-operative education program.  Bradley also serves as a Student Ambassador, and has been inducted into the Order of Omega and Gamma Beta Phi honor societies.  She has significant professional work experience as a co-op student at EnerVision, and as an intern with Massachusetts General Hospital, NTE Energy, and the Centers for Disease Control.

As a member of Alpha Xi Delta sorority, Bradley has served as the sorority’s Panhellenic delegate for over two years and she was integrally involved during Georgia Tech’s recent extension process to add a new sorority to campus.  She is currently the Collegiate Panhellenic Council’s (CPC) Executive Vice President.

Bradley was presented with her scholarship during the AAPA Scholarship Luncheon on May 7, 2016 held at the Cherokee Town Club in Atlanta, Georgia.

About Atlanta Panhellenic Alumnae Association:

Founded in 1927, the Atlanta Alumnae Panhellenic Association (AAPA) ( is a community-based organization affiliated with the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC). AAPA membership is composed of 21 representative alumnae from the 26 NPC member fraternities. For over 80 years, the purpose of the AAPA has been to inform fraternity women of current trends, promote the fraternity system, improve the Panhellenic image, and stimulate a continuing interest in Panhellenic affairs.