All Greek Leadership Conference (AGLC) -January 28-30,2016

Reclaiming the Greek I.M.A.G.E.

As members of Greek Letter Organizations, we face many obstacles for many reasons. We have lost control of our image and we must come together to strategize approaches towards reclaiming our achievements and faults. We must step up and transform ourselves into great
Innovators, Mentors, Achievers, Givers, & Enablers.

Purpose of AGLC

The purpose of the All Greek Leadership Conference is to educate and develop all students in Greek Letter Organizations affiliated with fraternity & sorority Greek councils on their respective campuses in an effort to promote leadership, fraternal bonding, and administrative collaboration. AGLC provides unique ideas and opportunities to network and establish successful leadership programming in order to create a dynamic and thriving Greek community.

Call for Proposals

The All Greek Leadership Conference is looking for professionals and graduate students to present at this year’s conference and contribute to answering these questions. Our theme this year is “Reclaiming the Greek I.M.A.G.E.” which conveys the need for Greek Letter Organizations to join together and improve the perception of fraternity & sorority life throughout the nation.

Sponsorship & Vendors

Corporate sponsors are a vital element to the success of this conference. We are soliciting sponsorship to create suitable accommodations for the students, so that they may have the ultimate leadership experience. Sponsorship levels have been devised in order to benefit and suit the needs of your organization. Vendors also enhance the experience at the conference by providing paraphernalia and other desired products.

Advisors’ Institute

This conference is unique due to the intentionality to meet the needs of fraternity and sorority members across councils. The Advisors’ Institute will coincide with the concurrent workshops for students on Friday, January 29, 2016. The curriculum for this institute was developed by staff and students who are on college campuses daily.

About

All Greek Leadership Conference
A must attend conference for EVERY Greek!

The purpose of the All Greek Leadership Conference is to educate and develop all students in Greek Letter Organizations affiliated with fraternity & sorority Greek councils on their respective campuses in an effort to promote leadership, fraternal bonding, and administrative collaboration. AGLC provides unique ideas and opportunities to network and establish successful leadership programming in order to create a dynamic and thriving Greek community. The mission of the All Greek Leadership Conference is to educate Greek Letter Organization members on leadership, collaboration with university administration, networking, and chapter improvement while celebrating the similarities of all Greek students. This conference promises to exemplify the goals of not only fraternity and sorority life, but also university core values and support of cooperation among SEC fraternity and sorority communities. In addition, this conference will nourish existing or create new leadership programming across councils while celebrating the uniqueness of the fraternal experience of National Interfraternity Council (NIC), National Panhellenic Conference (NPC), National Asian Pacific Islander American Panhellenic Association (NAPA), National Multicultural Greek Council (NMGC), National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations (NALFO), and National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) affiliated organizations.

  • CPC

    The Collegiate Panhellenic Council (CPC) is the coordinating body of the thirteen National Panhellenic Conference sororities represented at Texas A&M University.

  • IFC

    The Interfraternity Council governs 19 chapters and a collective membership f over foThe IFC Executive Council is the governing body for Texas A&M IFC, which is the largest all-male organization at Texas A&M University.

  • MGC

    The purpose of the Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) at Texas A&M University shall be to create and maintain high standards in the life of fraternities and sororities by addressing, coordinating and developing strategic action plans.

  • NPHC

    The Texas A&M University historically black Greek fraternities and sororities, consisting of 8 nationally affiliated fraternities & sororities provides a unique opportunity for involvement. Each organization seeks to provide students with an enriching college experience and leadership opportunities within each organization and within the National Pan-Hellenic Council. (NPHC)

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AGLC Executive Board

2015-2016
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Ashley De Jong (CPC)

Chair
AGLC Chair plays an integral role in ensuring a high-quality, engaging, and enlightening conference where various Greek perspectives can be shared. chair@tamuaglc.com
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Jazmin Gutierrez (MGC)

Vice-Chair
AGLC Vice-Chair plays a pivotal administration role in ensuring the conference goals are implemented and procedures are executed as planned. vicechair@tamuaglc.com
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ShaiRee Peoples (NPHC)

Director of Registration
The Director of Registration is responsible for the maintenance of the conference database. registration@tamuaglc.com
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Jenna Lee (MGC)

Assistant Director of Registration
Registration will maintain all registration information and conference historical records. registration@tamuaglc.com
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Bo When Chen (MGC)

Director of Logistics
The Director of Logistics will assure adherence to all financial procedures and organization policies. logistics@tamuaglc.com
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Joshua Morris (NPHC)

Assistant Director of Logistics
The Assistant Director of Logistics directors will act as financial and risk management officer for conference. logistics@tamuaglc.com
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Christy Kornher

Director of Hospitality & Entertainment
This director will plan and execute entertainment events during the conference. As well as execute arrival and departure procedures for the conference. She will ensure the conference guests have a good experience! logistics@tamuaglc.com
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Mariela Lira (MGC)

Director of Vendors
This director is responsible for serving as a creative resource in procuring vendors for the conference. marketing@tamuaglc.com
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Spencer Krumholz (IFC)

Director of Sponsorships
This director will engage in regular communication and consultation with confernece sponsors. marketing@tamuaglc.com
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Allie Luther (CPC)

Director of Community Relations
The Director of Community Relations is responsible for marketing the conference to the Aggie Community and its\’ surrounding areas. marketing@tamuaglc.com
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Brittanei Cain (NPHC)

Director of Social Media
This director is responsible for the development of concepts, plans, strategies, programs and activities that regard AGLC public relations. marketing@tamuaglc.com
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Walt Prudhomme (IFC)

Director of Keynote Speakers
This director is responsible for coordinating conference keynote speakers and extended workshops. workshops@tamuaglc.com
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Bailey Rainey (CPC)

Director of Educational Sessions
This director is responsible for soliciting and initiating contact with prospective workshop presenters. workshops@tamuaglc.com
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Sade A. Dawson

Advisor
advisor@tamuaglc.com

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