Categories: Announcements, Blog
National President Tracey Liphardt recaps 2018 and shares some news for the months ahead.
Hello, Sisters! Co-writing my inaugural President’s Blog is Kathryn (Katie) Hartmann, our new Executive Director (ED).
The 2016-2018 Grand Council proposed changes in terminology related to Theta Phi Alpha’s extension efforts, particularly replacing the term “colony” with “emerging chapter.” We are proud of the 2018 Convention body’s support of this decision with their unanimous vote to reflect these changes in our governing documents.
"Music has always been a big part of my life and always will be." Read more about National President, Susan Lee, and her passion for music.
A new chapter administration support structure now integrates members from our volunteer programming team to support our dedicated volunteers on our chapter administration team.
This month's guest blogger is Taylor Fonseca, Chapter Advisor for the Beta Epsilon Chapter, and Northshore Louisiana Area Alumnae Association President. Contributions were also provided by Britany Willard, Northshore Louisiana Area Alumnae Association Secretary.
I began this blog by referring to a long range strategic plan for 2007-2027. The plan was very appropriate and forward thinking in 2007. Now, we need to be able to adapt quickly to change and develop an action plan that allows us to be more fluid in response to a rapidly changing world.
I’m going to take you on a journey through our history over the next two months to answer the question:Where is the Fraternity going and how do we get there?
You enjoyed Senior Farewell and then graduated, and now you're an alumna. Sometimes we can get wrapped up in the business of our chapter, and forget that the basis of our sorority is sisterhood. Read more about your next steps as an alumna!
Being a member of a sorority is about connecting with others. Founders' Day is a time for us to reflect on our founding and to honor the women who connected with each other at the University of Michigan. They were looking for a way to support and encourage each other and so Theta Phi Alpha was born.
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