Subject: You’re invited to volunteer for NGLA!

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Help achieve our mission by serving the Association as a member of the board of directors or volunteer team!
Board of Directors
NGLA is seeking dynamic strategic thinkers and innovators to join our board of directors.

Each member of the board plays an integral role in furthering the mission of NGLA. Our continued success depends upon the personal commitment and dedication of a select group of individuals that understand the privileges and obligations of leadership. The Association is currently accepting applications for the board of directors. Qualified applicants are those with association and/or organizational leadership experience who are committed to the fraternal movement.

Applications are due by March 31, 2019. Please direct questions to

Volunteer Team
Be part of the team that plans our Annual Conference! Available opportunities include but are not limited to awards, educational programming, student staff, special programs, scholarships.

For more information about available roles, please visit our volunteer webpage.

Applications are due by March 31, 2019Please direct questions to

Maria Quattrocchi
“Volunteering for NGLA over the past five years has truly been an awesome experience. NGLA has given me a sense of purpose and has allowed me to develop relationships with others who have the same level of dedication and passion for the fraternal community. While the Annual Conference only lasts for a few days, the impact it has made on my life and the lives of students and professionals in the region is undeniably positive. I look forward to continuing to support NGLA as a volunteer.”
Michael Davis
“As a volunteer for NGLA, I get to continue to develop myself professionally inside the fraternity/sorority affairs profession while stepping away from my campus community. It has also allowed me to build a stronger network of colleagues throughout the Northeast. This, in turn, provides me with new knowledge, perspectives, and capabilities to improve the fraternity and sorority experience at my university.”
NGLA Mission
NGLA educates leaders from a variety of fraternal experiences to transform and empower their community and align actions with values.
NGLA, Attn: John DiSarro, 500 Joseph C. Wilson Blvd, University of Rochester, 14627, Rochester, United States
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