Subject: NGLA appoints three new officers to board of directors

             Wendi Kinney, Executive Director
             1 College Circle
             Geneseo, NY 14454

The Northeast Greek Leadership Association announces the appointment of three new members to the board of directors. These board members will serve a three-year term, which begins in May 2015. Wendi Kinney, executive director states, “We are so pleased that these outstanding individuals will be joining our team. We had a very competitive pool of applicants that enabled us to select three people with very different professional backgrounds and skill sets that we believe have the greatest potential for advancing the strategic initiatives of the Association.”

Joining the board are:
Dr. Tricia Fetcher
Tricia currently serves as the Deputy Executive Director of the American College Personnel Association where she’s worked since 2013. Prior to working at ACPA, Tricia held positions at Synergos AMC, Rockhurst University, and the University of South Carolina Aiken. Tricia earned a bachelor’s in secondary education from Saint Louis University, a master’s degree in higher education and student affairs from the University of South Carolina, an MBA from Rochhurt University, and PhD in education and human resource studies from Colorado State University.

"I am thrilled to join the NGLA Board and renew my personal commitment to creating the best fraternal experiences for undergraduate students and support for the advisors and volunteers who support our students. This is a critical time for our profession, and I look forward to working with the other members of the NGLA Board to challenge members to align their actions with fraternal values, and empower advocates to transform and improve their communities." Dr. Tricia Fetcher

Hannah Seoh
Hannah has an extensive background in association leadership and governance. She is the current Director of Development for the Delta Phi Lambda Foundation and served on the sorority’s national board from 2003-2013, serving as National President from 2007-2013. Additionally, Hannah serves as the Director of Interfraternal Relations for NAPA, having previously served the association as Vice Chair and Secretary. She has volunteered in various capacities for NGLA since 2011. Professionally, Hannah is the Senior Evaluator for the Injury and Violence Prevention Program at the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. She earned a bachelor’s in mathematics from the University of Cincinnati and a master’s of public health and a master’s of science, both from The Ohio State University. 

"I'm ecstatic and honored to be able to serve on the Board to advocate for and support the needs of all of our members. I pledge to fulfill my duties to the best of my abilities and give voice to those who may have felt voiceless in the past. Most importantly, I hope that I will make the Association proud and be a good steward of the mission of NGLA." –Hannah Seoh

T.J. Sullivan
T.J. Sullivan is a member of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity, initiated as a charter member at Indiana University in 1987. He has made a career as a professional speaker, author and blogger — speaking to more than 3-million college students. He has been a keynote or featured speaker at the NGLA conference nearly a dozen times in his career. He is the author of “Motivating the Middle: Fighting Apathy in College Student Organizations,” which is currently used in more than 100 college and university leadership courses nationwide. T.J. earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Indiana University and is the recipient of several awards and acknowledgements including: Forty Under 40 (Denver Business Journal), Entrepreneur of the Year (Colorado Business Council), Alumni Award of Distinction (North-American Interfraternity Conference), and Jack L. Anson Award (Association Fraternity/Sorority Advisors).

"I've been making the trip to the Northeast regularly for more than 20 years. NGLA has always impressed me with its authenticity. The students are always very open and real, and the leadership values the right things. I'm looking forward to being a part of that realness which is somewhat unique in the Greek world." T.J. Sullivan

The mission of NGLA is to build community among students from a variety of fraternal experiences, challenge members to align their actions with fraternal values, and empower advocates to transform and improve their communities.

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