April was a very busy month for me. Beginning on April 11, I traveled to Orange County, California for the Western Fraternal Leadership Conference, stayed in California for a week-long family vacation to celebrate my daughter’s birthday and finally headed to Washington D.C. to storm Capitol Hill with 400 fraternity and sorority members.
Needless to say, I have much to report back.
The Western Fraternal Leadership Conference is always a treat to attend. NPC was thrilled to present four programs for fraternity/sorority advisors and College Panhellenic officers. Our presenters shared ways to reach your Panhellenic potential, an update on the Conference, extension information and judicial procedures. The area advisors also had time to get to know the College Panhellenic presidents they work with at a breakfast meeting. Great questions were asked and many ideas were shared, which is really what regional conferences are all about.
I also enjoyed the NPC dinner, where NPC member group volunteers and staff members gather. It was fun to meet new people who provide support to sorority women, share stories among friends and most importantly thank all those in attendance for being great supporters of the sorority experience.