The Inter-Fraternal Programming Board is a new feature to Fraternity and Sorority Life. The IFPB serves a vital role in the future of the Fraternal community. The vision of the IFPB is to foster the growth of a united Fraternal community and increase collaboration with the university community. The eight-member Board serves to achieve Fraternity & Sorority Life strategic goals and help accomplish the five values of Fraternal life.
Executive Director: Garrett Kral
Position Description: The executive director shall serve as the impartial chair of the board and shall conduct all meetings as such. The executive director is responsible for holding all meetings of the board and keeping all meetings productive. The executive director must work closely with the board’s advisor to ensure that all goals and efforts are being attained and that they are in line with the goals, policies, and procedures of the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life. The executive director will be responsible for the efforts and goals of the board.
Director of Administration: Paris Lovette
Position Description: The director of administration will serve as the administrative head of the board. Responsibilities of the director of administration include: taking minutes at every meeting of the board, as well as distributing those minutes to all of the members in a timely manner, keeping an updated roster of board members, and organizing a calendar of events for the board. The director of administration will also keep a total count of active FSL members in the community as well as keep track of all board finances.
Director of Philanthropy and Community Service: Fran Adams
Position Description: The director of philanthropy and community service will coordinate philanthropic and community service events for the Fraternal and campus community. He/She will be in charge of organizing a campus wide philanthropy event and choosing an agency to support. They must keep a total of all philanthropy dollars raised/donated and community service hours of all chapters.
Director of Public Relations and Media: Nora Trotman
Position Description: The director of public relations and media will be in charge of preparing and distributing newsletters for the Fraternal community semesterly, sending editorials to the Voyager, and overseeing all media efforts to include: Taking pictures and videos at Fraternal events and managing social media sites for FSL.
Director of Social Programming: Logan Schultz
Position Description: The director of social programming will coordinate programs that serve the purpose of unifying the Fraternal community through intentional social interaction. He/She will serve as the chairperson of the Greek Week committee, overseeing operations and leading the committee in planning a purposeful program that promotes Fraternal Unity.
Director of Educational Programming: Haley Creech
Position Description: The director of educational programming will create, promote, and continue programs that serve an educational purpose to the Fraternal community. He/She will assist in the coordination of programs such as Mt. Olympus and Acropolis, as well as create additional engaging educational events.
Director of Alumni Outreach: Amber Boram
Position Description: The director of alumni outreach will serve to manage communications between the Fraternal community and individuals who are alumni from UWF Fraternal Organizations. He/She will update alumni on the state of FSL at UWF semesterly, as well as send invitations to alumni for FSL wide events. The director of alumni outreach must establish and maintain good relationships with alumni relations, and UWF alumni.
Director of University Engagement: Tyler Placeres
Position Description: The director of University Engagement will coordinate efforts to excite university students, faculty and staff about the Fraternal community. He/She will work to incorporate all students, faculty and staff in Fraternal events and advocate for the Fraternal community at university functions. The director of University Engagement must establish and maintain good relationship with university students, faulty and staff.