Committees support the Sorority in executing strategic initiatives based on our core values of Intellect, Excellence, Graciousness, Respect and Connections. These core values guide the operations and decisions of the Sorority. The six strategic areas of focus for 2010-2015 are: Member Development, Growth and Retention, Communication and Marketing, Alumnae Member Engagement, Infrastructure, and Maximizing Financial Resources.
Audit Committee – vacant
The Audit Committee shall be comprised of at least three members, including one collegiate member. The committee will assist the Treasurer of the Corporation in preparing an annual Sorority budget for consideration and adoption by the National Council. The committee shall make proposals for increasing revenue and improving cost effectiveness. The committee also administers the set-aside and reserve funds.
Click here to inquire about serving on the Audit Committee
Board of Trustees – Pat Nayle (Chair), Martha DeCamp (Secretary), Mary Bolton, Carol Cooper, Jean McNamara, Bobbie Nichols
The Board of Trustees is an advisory committee which functions to preserve the purpose, ideals, standards, and historical integrity of the Sorority. The committee is composed of at least 5 but no more than 7 alumnae members in good standing. The committee has the authority to appoint its members. The committee shall establish its procedures. The committee shall perform the following duties: review and render opinions to the National Council on proposed amendments to these Bylaws; receive and hold in confidence the minutes of the National Council; review publication drafts as requested; respond to questions and concerns by any member.
Sorority Advisory Committee – vacant
The Sorority Advisory Committee shall be composed of at least five alumnae and/or collegiate members. The Sorority Advisory Committee shall serve as a think-tank for the purpose of assisting the National Council in researching specific topics, trends and other items as needed to meet strategic objectives.
Governing Documents Committee – Stacey Fragile (Chair)
The Governing Documents Committee shall be composed of at least five members, including one collegiate member. The Governing Documents Committee shall receive all proposed amendments to the governing documents that will be considered by the convention body. They shall study each amendment to see that it does not conflict with other rules of a higher authority. They shall ensure that all amendments are in correct parliamentary form and shall consolidate similar amendments for joint proposal subject to the acceptance by the proposers. The committee shall give notice of all properly submitted amendments along with a recommendation for action.