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APSU's Dominy named to National Panhellenic Council advisory committee

INDIANAPOLIS –Stephen Dominy, Austin Peay State University coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs, was recently appointed to the National Panhellenic Conference’s (NPC) Fraternity and Sorority Advisory Committee. The NPC is a premier advocacy organization for women and the sorority experience, and the committee held its first face-to-face meeting during the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors’ Annual Meeting in early December.

INDIANAPOLIS –Stephen Dominy, Austin Peay State University coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs, was recently appointed to the National Panhellenic Conference’s (NPC) Fraternity and Sorority Advisory Committee. The NPC is a premier advocacy organization for women and the sorority experience, and the committee held its first face-to-face meeting during the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors’ Annual Meeting in early December.

Comprised of Fraternity/Sorority advisors (FSAs) from different college and university campuses, the FSA Advisory Committee will help provide the NPC Executive Committee with insights, perspectives, opinions and comments on current campus trends, as well as to serve as brand ambassadors for NPC, for the next two years.

The FSA Advisory Committee will work closely alongside NPC’s newly appointed Executive Committee, Executive Director Dani Weatherford and the Indianapolis-based NPC staff.

“NPC is committed to supporting fraternity and sorority life on college and university campuses,” Weatherford said. “Welcoming our new Advisory Committee members continues a tradition that allows us to have even more targeted conversations with the FSAs on campuses around the country and gives us insight and perspectives that are vital to meeting NPC’s mission of advancing the sorority experience.”

During the first meeting, the Executive Committee, NPC staff and the Advisory Committee discussed a variety of pertinent topics, including Panhellenic leadership opportunities on campus, continued focus on diversity and inclusion within Greek life on campuses, risk management and social policies, developing education for Panhellenic delegates, increased need for campus and chapter advisors and more. The discussion provided an opening benchmark and opportunity to continue developing forward-thinking strategies.