Fraternities suffer from too many rules, too many standards, and the lack of a coherent vision. It’s time for change.
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
Leaders and professionals who deal with Greek Life have a relatively predictable response pattern to crises. Take our responses to hazing and substance misuse as an example. Several fraternity organizations adopted alcohol-free housing policies after a string of hazing deaths … Continued