Committees support the Sorority by executing strategic initiatives based on our core values. These volunteers generously give their time and talents to ensure that the Sorority can continue to fulfill its mission and vision.
The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Committee focuses on high-level tasks in the DEI space, collaborates with the National Council to execute the strategic direction of the organization, and offers expertise in the DEI space to support implementation.
The DEI Committee is a result of the work of the most recent Sorority Advisory Committee, a think-tank and research body. The most recent iteration of the Sorority Advisory Committee was focused on the research of BIPOC members’ experiences and examination of the Sorority’s opportunities for growth in diversity, equity, and inclusion. The DEI Committee is focused on implementation.
Governing Documents Committee
The Governing Documents Committee is an Alpha Sigma Tau standing committee that is responsible for collecting and vetting proposed amendments to the Sorority’s governing documents that will be considered by the Convention body. The Governing Documents Committee is composed of at least five alumnae members and one collegiate member.
- June 14, 2023 – Information Session hosted for prospective applicants
- June 15, 2023 – Application available
- Saturday, July 1 – Application deadline
- By July 28 – Applicants notified
- August 2023 – Committee training begins
Sorority Advisory Committee
The Sorority Advisory Committee is not currently working on a project for the Sorority.
Established in July 2020, this iteration of the Sorority Advisory Committee focuses on the ongoing work of ensuring Alpha Sigma Tau is a diverse, equitable, and inclusive place of belonging for all women who meet our values and seek to Define Excellence.
The Nominations Committee is an Alpha Sigma Tau standing committee that is responsible for creating a slate of National Council candidates and presenting the slate at the Sorority’s National Convention. The Nominations Committee is composed of at least five alumnae members and two collegiate members.