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All Greek Programming Board board


Purpose

The primary purpose of the All Greek Programming Board is to unify the Greek community at the University of Memphis by working through the three councils as well as with the individual chapters. The All Greek Programming Board focuses on key aspects of Greek life such as interfraternalism, philanthropy, scholarship and leadership by appointing its executive board members to these specific roles. The All Greek Programming Board exists to create a sense of community among the Greek chapters at the University of Memphis and it achieves this goal by hosting several “All Greek” events on the campus and in the community.

Mission

The mission of the All Greek Programming Board is to host events on the University of Memphis campus that offer the opportunity for all Greek chapters to interact with one another. The Board is composed of different positions that cover a variety of focus. The President oversees all external and internal operations. The Vice Presidents assists the President and oversees internal operations also. Then there are directors appointed to the specific roles that are of major importance to the All Greek Programming Board’s purpose and goals. These roles include directors of leadership, philanthropy, social relations, recruitment, campus relations, interfraternal relations, finance and scholarship.

 

Executive Officers

President
Haley Wallace
E-mail:
hcwllace@memphis.edu

Meet the Staff

Advisor
Ashleigh Kellogg
Phone: 901-678-2050
E-mail: ckellogg@memphis.edu

Administrative VP
Nichole Gilbert
E-mail:
bglbert1@memphis.edu

Greek Sing Chair
Austin Herndon
E-mail:
Aherndon70@gmail.com

Greek Awards Chair
Ben Daniel
E-mail:
bdaniel2@memphis.edu

Co-Greek Marketing Chair
Will Fitts
E-mail:
wafitts@memphis.edu

Co-Greek Marketing Chair
Christian Greenhill
E-mail:
cmgrnhll@memphis.edu

Greek Traditions Chair
Adam Casey
E-mail:
rcasey1@memphis.edu

Greek Ambassador Chair

E-mail:
 

How has Greek life encouraged you academically?

"Academic standards are a huge part of being Greek. If you don not have people looking after you and your grades, you are more likely to let them fall below your own expectations, but when your entire chapter wants you to make that 3.0, you are going to put in a lot more effort to not let them down."

Derek Miller, Senior
Interfraternity Council
Criminology/Criminal Justice Major

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