There is a growing movement for college administrators to ban historically-white Greek Life. It is likely to backfire without a clear and unifying message.
Inter/national fraternity organizations are often part of a fraternity umbrella association. I have shared many thoughts on how these associations help and hurt our organizations. (…with a greater emphasis on the “hurt”) One post suggests that the NIC go “co-ed.” … Continued
Podcasts are an accepted form of media today. More than 100 millions Americans listened to a podcast within the last month. Neilson reported in 2017 that 50% of U.S. homes are “podcast fans.” That reach has attracted fraternity and sorority … Continued
In most medium-to-large, historically-white fraternities, the Executive Director/CEO (ED) is employed by an inter/national board. The ED is generally responsible for the maintenance of membership records and for managing communications between the various components of the fraternity. This makes sense, … Continued
What a guy right? Simon Sinek may have led one of the most insightful and impactful TED Talks. It certainly struck a chord within Greek Life, and has been a part of almost every leadership conference I’ve attended.(somewhere near 100) … Continued