Subject: NGLA Board of Directors Update

NGLA Board of Directors Update
The Northeast Greek Leadership Association is excited to welcome a new member to the Board of Directors and recognize three outgoing members of the Board of Directors.
Welcome to Avery Moses
NGLA welcomes Avery Moses to the Board of Directors. She will serve a three-year term starting this July. Michael Davis, Executive Director, states, “Leading an organization such as NGLA brings a set of unique challenges. Throughout her years of volunteering with NGLA, Avery has proven to be an expert problem solver who overcomes just about every obstacle in her way. We are all excited to have Avery’s skills and knowledge of our field join the board.”
Avery Moses
Avery serves as the Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life at Quinnipiac University. She actively volunteers for several fraternal organizations and has been an NGLA volunteer since 2016. For the past four years, Avery served as the Registration Chair on the Conference Committee. Avery earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communication & Spanish from the University of Connecticut and Master of Arts in Higher Education Administration from The George Washington University. Avery is a proud member of Pi Beta Phi and currently supports the Yale chapter as the Recruitment Advisor on the Alumni Advisory Committee.
“NGLA has provided a space for me to grow as both a student and professional, and I can’t wait to continue supporting an organization that prioritizes the development of its members. I am honored to join the board and look forward to furthering the mission of the association through strategic thinking, intentional outreach, and relationship building.”
— Avery Moses
Farewell to Outgoing Board Members
The Northeast Greek Leadership Association offers great appreciation for three outgoing board members, whose three-year term will conclude in June 2022: Alex Dudek, Tina VanSteenbergen, and Allen White. Michael Davis, Executive Director, states, “NGLA is incredibly fortunate to have been led by Alex, Tina, and Allen. The experience they carry from different aspects of our industry was critical in developing stronger programs, detailed commitments, and purposeful relationships. While we will certainly miss them at our board meetings, we know that they will continue to be involved with the NGLA family in future years.”
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