During Kay's term, 1988-1992, she looked forward to the new millennium. Her most significant legacy remains the Kappa Kappa Foundation, incorporated in 1989, a consolidation of the Fraternity's Educational Endowment Fund, the Rose McGill Fund, the Founders' Memorial Fund for Students' Aid, and in 1990, the Heritage Museum. Kay also completed the work of the first Long-range Planning Committee, and created six geographical regions, which absorbed the existing provinces, headed by six Regional Officers. After her term, she was elected as Bylaws Chairman and Fraternity Liaison to the Minnie Stewart Foundation. Perhaps more than anything, she believed in the individuality of Kappa sisters, and their unique contributions.