Subject: NGLA Newsletter - August 2016

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New NGLA Website

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NGLA Call for Programs
The NGLA Call for Programs for the 2017 conference is now open; this includes the call for program proposals from keynote and featured speaker presenters. We ask you, at this time, to submit proposals if you are interested in participating in our keynote, featured speaker, professional or general programs tracks for this conference. The conference this year will continue to develop leaders and will have new programming intentionally focused on culturally based organizations, local organizations, as well as challenging students to rethink their influence in their communities. We invite programs that will continue to build leaders. The Call for Programs closes August 31, 2016.
Resilient Leadership – The Foundation of Unstoppable Leadership!
By Joshua Fredenburg

For the past decade, my journey as a speaker and author has been incredibly fruitful and impactful at various campuses and conferences throughout the nation. Although I am strongly passionate about every leadership and diversity message that I have the opportunity to share with student leaders all across the country, one of the most important leadership messages that I believe members of this emerging generation of student leaders on college need to hear about is Resiliency. For me personally, I like to define resiliency as an ability to bounce back, adjust, persevere, endure, and overcome various challenges that stand between you and your desired outcome as a leader.
Volunteer of the Month – Maria Haber

Maria Haber began volunteering for NGLA a year and half ago. She began as a member of the social media team and came back in her second year to be the chair of the team. There have been numerous initiatives that have come out of the social media team, including outreach to area campuses and the highlighting of campus programs in the northeast. She has been working with the broader communications team on creating a student center for the sharing of ideas across campuses from students. Maria received her bachelors from The College of New Jersey and her masters from the University of Central Florida. Please join us in thanking Maria for her service to NGLA!

Board of Directors Member, T.J. Sullivan, Awarded Ronald H. Jury Award

Haddon Twp., NJ - July 21, 2016: The Phi Mu Delta Fraternity is pleased to announce that T.J. Sullivan will receive the 2016 Ronald H. Jury Inter-Fraternal Friendship Award at Phi Mu Delta’s 57th National Conclave in Norfolk, Virginia on Thursday, August 4, 2016. Ronald H. Jury served as Phi Mu Delta’s National President from 1992 until 1996. In 1995, he joined the Board of Directors of the North-American Interfraternity Conference (N.I.C.) and was a staunch advocate for inter-fraternal co-operation, improving public relations and ensuring the success of smaller national fraternities. At the time of his untimely death in 2007, Ron was serving as Pennsylvania Governor Rendell’s Communications Director. The award is given to those in the fraternity and sorority community who have been strong supporters of our movement and have had a particularly meaningful impact on the success of Phi Mu Delta.

T.J. Sullivan, a proud member of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity, has been an extremely influential leader in the fraternity movement over the past 25 years. He is a speaker, author and consultant and has spoken to more than 3-million college students at more than 2,500 campuses in all 50 states. His book, Motivating the Middle: Fighting Apathy in College Student Organizations, is a best-selling book and has been a major influence on Phi Mu Delta’s leadership programming since its publication. In the Nineties, he was the nation’s leading educator on HIV/AIDS prevention. He founded CAMPUSPEAK in 1999 and ran that company until 2014 when he sold his interests. In 2015, he launched the e20 Podcast. He is now an equity partner and a speaker with the ForCollegeForLife agency. He and his family live in Denver, Colorado.

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