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2012-2013

Association of Fraternity | Sorority Advisors


PO Box 1369 | Fort Collins, CO 80522 www.afa1976.org (970) 797-4360


Contents About AFA 4 Association Leadership

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Membership Overview

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Experiences 8 Community 10 Resources 11 Member Engagement

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Financial Snapshot

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AFA Foundation

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About AFA

About AFA

Mission AFA enhances its members’ abilities to foster impactful fraternity/sorority experiences.

Vision AFA is the catalytic force in aligning the fraternity/sorority experience with the changing dynamics and enduring principles of higher education.

Core Competencies for Excellence in the Profession AFA is comprised of professionals and volunteers who work on college campuses, work at a fraternity/sorority inter/national headquarters, work for businesses that support fraternity/sorority members, and/or volunteer locally or nationally for their fraternity/sorority or for organizations that support fraternities and sororities. Two of the Association’s primary purposes are professional development and support for members and advocacy for the fraternity/sorority advising profession; the Core Competencies are designed to further those goals. The cultivation and consistent demonstration of these competencies are keys to success among professionals and volunteers who work with fraternities and sororities. AFA members are encouraged to strive to continually strengthen their skills and gain more experience in these areas. In working with fraternities and sororities, the understanding and demonstration of these competencies will allow advisors to provide undergraduate members with positive fraternity/sorority experiences.

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Educator

Administrator

A fraternity/sorority advisor applies student development and/or organizational development theory to his/her practice in challenging and supporting organizations and individual members.

A fraternity/sorority advisor maintains accurate and comprehensive records on membership statistics, scholarship achievement, and disciplinary matters.

Values Aligner

Researcher

A fraternity/sorority advisor sets and clearly communicates high expectations for chapters as values-based organizations hosted at an institution of higher education and holds members/ organizations accountable for their actions.

A fraternity/sorority advisor uses research to guide practice. They assess the needs of groups, engage constituents in strategic planning to set goals for ongoing development and to provide programs and resources, and assess the impact of those initiatives.

Collaborator

Innovator

A fraternity/sorority advisor collaborates with and often serves as a liaison among potential and initiated members, chapter officers, campus administrators, alumni/ae, volunteer advisors, house corporations, inter/national organization staff members, and/or inter/national officers.

A fraternity/sorority advisor implements new programs that benefit members.

Advisor

Leader

A fraternity/sorority advisor guides and facilitates the work of fraternity/sorority chapters and/or governing councils and their respective officers.

A fraternity/sorority advisor is an involved, engaged member of a campus community and/ or the interfraternal movement and participates in opportunities for continued professional development through the Association and other organizations.


Association Leadership

Association Leadership Executive Board President Jeremiah Shinn, Ph.D. Boise State University

President Elect Thad M. Doyle The University of Akron

VP for Resource Development Jennifer Leung The College William & Mary

Past President Shelly Brown Dobek North Carolina State University

Executive Vice President Veronica Hunter Lehigh University

VP President for Administration & Finance Justin Kirk Delta Upsilon Fraternity

VP for Membership Jason Bergeron University Houston

Foundation Board Chair, Amy Vojta Rutgers University

CAO, Jenny Maeda AFA Foundation

Michelle Castro Florida International University

Jackie Isaacson Phi Mu Fraternity

Kate Planow Longwood University

Vice Chair, John Mountz North Carolina State University

Libby Anderson Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity

John Christopher Manley Burke

Faron Lewitt Zeta Beta Tau Foundation

Mandy Womack University of San Diego

Secretary, Lisa Fedler Swiontek Sigma Kappa Foundation

Donald Beeson Delta Phi, Sigma Phi, Delta Psi, and Chi Psi

Beth Conder Alpha Chi Omega

Tom Murphy Phi Mu Delta

Treasurer, Geof Brown Sentergroup, LLC

Ron Binder, Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh at Bradford

Cassie Gerhardt University of North Dakota

Jennifer Pendleton Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation

Ex-Officio Members: AFA President, Jeremiah Shinn Boise State University AFA President-Elect, Thad Doyle University of Akron AFA Executive Director, Mark Koepsell Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors

Central Office Staff Executive Director Mark Koepsell, CAE mark@afa1976.org

Executive Assistant Vicki Dean vicki@afa1976.org

Director of Events & Programs Tricia Fechter (through April, 2013) position currently vacant

Director of Member Engagement Kyle Jordan kyle@afa1976.org

Accounting Manager Jenny Maeda jenny@afa1976.org

Coordinator of Marketing & Communication Monica Ceja monica@afa1976.org

Assistant Director of Education & Curriculum Design Renee Piquette Dowdy renee@afa1976.org

Director of Marketing & Communication Lea Hanson, Ph.D. lea@afa1976.org

Director of Education & Curriculum Design Ryan O’Rourke ryan@afa1976.org

Coordinator of Volunteer & Member Engagement Branden Stewart branden@afa1976.org

Region 2 Christina Wellhouser Clemson University (through May, 2013)

Region 3 Kari Murphy Illinois State University

Region 4 Daniel Hernandez University of Texas at Dallas

Region 5 Cameron Warner Arizona State University (through May, 2013)

Regional Directors Region 1 Alex Brown Keene State College

Region 2 Diana Coyle Wingate University (since May, 2013)

Region 5 Christina Wellhouser University of California - Berkeley (since June, 2013)

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Membership Overview

Membership Overview

2013 Membership Overview Classification

Region 1

Region 2

Region 3

Region 4

Region 5

Unclassified

Total

Affiliate 66 67 69 42 46 2 292 Emeritus 6 3 12 3 3 0 27 Graduate 37 84 59 48 28 3 259 Professional 175 279 262 161 85 1 963 Vendor 8 8 10 11 9 0 46 Total 292 441 412 265 171 6 1587

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Membership Overview

Membership Overview Three-Year Comparisons By Member Classification Classification

2011

2012

2013

1000

Affiliate

199

193

292

900

Emeritus 28 24 27

800

Graduate 200 219 259

700

Professional 924 914 963

600

Vendor 132 96 46

500

Total

1483

1446

1587

2011 2012

400

2013

300 200 100 0 Affiliate

By Region Region

Emeritus

Graduate

Professional

Vendor

450

2011

2012

2013

400

Region 1 302 260 292

350

Region 2 397 408 441

300

Region 3 362 370 412

250

2011

200

2012

150

2013

Region 4 255 264 265 Region 5 163 145 171 Total

1479

1447

1581

100 50 0 Region 1

Region 2

Region 3

Region 4

Region 5

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Experiences

Experiences

Annual Meeting The AFA Annual Meeting provides enriching and impactful educational experiences for all attendees on relevant topics, trends, and issues. Attendees will discuss and reflect upon the changing dynamics and enduring principles that impact the fraternity/sorority experience. Additionally, participants will have the opportunity to engage in Association business, network with colleagues, visit vendor members in the exhibit hall, bid on items in the AFA Foundation Silent Auction, and recognize the achievements of fellow members. Year Location

# of Member Attendees

$ Raised in AFAF Silent Auction

# of 2012 AM Attendees

2012

Indianapolis, IN

1189

$15,077

Region 1

174

2011

St. Louis, MO

1125

$14,740

Region 2

304

2010

Phoenix, AZ

977

$23,107

Region 3

314

Region 4

154

Region 5

98

Silent Auction Dollars Raised

Annual Meeting Attendees

Three-Year Comparison

Three-Year Comparison 1400

$20,000

1000 $25,000

800 600

$10,000

400

$5,000

200 0

$0

2010

2011

2012

2010

2011

Unidentified*

145

*Includes members who did not identify a region upon registration as well as non-members.

$25,000

1200

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Region

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Experiences

Experiences Advance U Advance U is a virtual based classroom with educational programs specifically designed to enhance the alignment of the fraternity/sorority experience with the changing dynamics of higher education. Advance U programs provide AFA members the opportunity to engage on a wide range of topics with content experts who develop curriculum with a specific set of learning outcomes geared at achieving higher levels of professional competence in our members. Date Session 10/17/12

Is It Time to Retire the Strategic Plan and Adopt a New Approach?

# of Attendees 20

11/8/12 NIC-IFC Affiliation: What IFC Advisors Need to Know 83 12/13/12

Rethinking Fraternity & Sorority Advising: The Role of Coaching & Technology

148*

1/23/13

Politics & Policy 201: The Second Obama Term and Higher Education

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2/20/13

Returning to Our Core Value: Using Scholarly Research to Enhance Academic Achievement

64

3/26/13 Fraternities & Sororities as Learning Communities 98 5/9/13 A Virtual Minute with the Board 23 5/23/13 Making Innovation Happen 26 *This was the highest attended session in the history of the Advance U program.

The Professionals’ Institute In effort to provide an authentic and valuable learning and development opportunity to professionals who accompany student leaders to undergraduate fraternity/sorority leadership conferences, in 2013, AFA began offering the AFA Professionals Institute at the following regional conferences: AFLV’s Central Fraternal Leadership/National Black Greek Leadership Conference, the Northeast Greek Leadership Conference, AFLV’s West Fraternal Leadership/National Cultural Greek Leadership Conference, and the Southeastern Interfraternity Conference’s Leadership Academy. Event Date Presenter AFLV’s Central Fraternal Leadership/National Black Greek Leadership Conference

February 7-10

RISE Partnerships

Northeast Greek Leadership Conference February 21-24 RISE Partnerships Southeastern Interfraternity Conference’s Leadership Academy

February 21-24

Gentry McCreary, Ph.D.

AFLV’s West Fraternal Leadership/National Cultural Greek Leadership Conference

April 11-14

RISE Partnerships

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Community

Community

Service & Leadership The Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors exists as a volunteer driven organization, and its success relies upon the effectiveness of its volunteers. The Association, through its Volunteer Management Plan, incorporates a holistic approach to the volunteer experience. The recruitment, training, evaluation, and recognition of Association volunteers is essential, and it is AFA’s belief that all aspects must work in conjunction with the others to be most effective. Committee Chair # of Members Awards & Recognition Committee

Kara Miller

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Annual Meeting Educational Programs Committee

Viancca Williams

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Annual Meeting Graduate Student Programs Committee

Katelin Getz

6

Annual Meeting Events Committee

Michael Steele

7

Essentials Online Newsletter Editorial Board

Liz Osborne

7

Perspectives Quarterly Magazine Editorial Board Allison St. Germain (through 2012) Heather Matthews Kirk (beginning 2013)

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Oracle Online Research Journal Editorial Board

J. Patrick Biddix, Ph.D.

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Creating a Fraternity/Sorority Community Workgroup

Ryan O’Rourke

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Nominations & Elections Committee

Shelly Brown Dobek

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Partner Organization Member Liaison Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS)

Dan Bureau, Ph.D.

The Coalition of Higher Education Associations for Substance Abuse Prevention (CoHEASAP)

Jenna Basler

Government Relations Chair Hagi Bradley Coalition Assessment Representative Kyle Pendleton Coalition Assessment Representative Carolyn Whittier, Ph.D.

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Resources

Resources Publications Oracle: The Research Journal of AFA Oracle: The Research Journal of the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors is a peer-reviewed electronic journal dedicated to the study of fraternities and sororities. Oracle advances the study of college fraternities and sororities through a peer-reviewed academic journal promoting scholarly discourse among partners invested in the college fraternal movement. Oracle serves as the premier forum for academic discourse and scholarly inquiry regarding the college fraternity and sorority movement. Oracle is published biannually.

Perspectives: AFA’s Quarterly Magazine Perspectives provides a forum for research, innovative ideas, and information related to the advisement of fraternal organizations. It promotes the exchange of ideas and best practices, and promotes a deeper understanding of fraternity and sorority advising to further the North American fraternal movement. The 2012-2013 year marked a year of significant transition for Perspectives magazine. Under new management, the Association had the staffing and resources to bring design of the magazine in house. The Association ended its relationship with Innova Ideas and Services, saving approximately $2,500 per issue and $10,000 per year on design and layout. Additionally, the magazine’s longtime editor, Allison St. Germain, resigned from the position and Editorial Board member Heather Matthews Kirk was appointed as a replacement. Within the 2012-2013 year, St. Germain oversaw the publication of the first two issues (Fall 2012 and Winter 2013) and Kirk oversaw publication of the last two (Spring 2013 and Summer 2013).

Fall 2012

Winter 2013

Spring 2013

Summer 2013

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Resources

Resources

E-Communications Essentials: Monthly E-Newsletter Essentials is a monthly educational e-newsletter provided to AFA members to learn about a variety of topics. The Essentials Editorial Board plays an important role in the Association’s Strategic Plan and ongoing efforts to provide excellent resources and services to members. Month

# Recipients

# Received

% Received

# Opens

% Opens

Total Clicks

Unique Clicks

Opt Outs

July 2012 3447* 3398 98.58% 1035 30.46% 634 547 11 August 2012 1416 1398 98.73% 589 42.13% 240 177 1 October 2012 1066 1060 99.44% 585 55.19% 236 115 1 November 2012 1055 1048 99.34% 580 55.34% 318 140 1 February 2013 1377 1374 99.78% 710 51.67% 526 184 3 March 2013 1358 1346 99.12% 656 48.74% 485 206 0 April 2013 1357 1355 99.85% 609 44.94% 273 123 0 May 2013 1333 1329 99.70% 644 48.46% 489 178 1 June 2013 1379 1330 96.45% 621 46.69% 320 98 1 Average 1532 1515 99.00% 670 47.07% 391 196 2 *This issue was sent to a mailing list inhertied in the staffing transition and included meny former members and duplicate entries. The list was later cleaned to be current, as reflected in later recipient numbers.

June 2013 May 2013

# Recipients

April 2013

# Received

March 2013 February 2013

# Opens

November 2013

# Clicks

October 2013

# Unique Clicks

August 2013 July 2013 0%

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Readership is High According to the Association Media & Publishing’s 2012 Association Email Marketing Benchmark Report, “the average email metrics for associations indicate a 34% open rate and a 19% click-through rate.”


Resources

Resources Association Update: Monthly Announcements & Updates for all Members The Association Update is a monthly e-newsletter provided to AFA members to provide announcements, updates, and reminders about Association business and events. It is compiled and distributed by central office staff. Month

# Recipients

# Received

% Received

# Opens

% Opens

Total Clicks

Unique Clicks

Opt Outs

July 2012 3527 3483 98.75% 1090 30.90% 408 332 12 August 2012 1399 1389 99.29% 645 46.10% 463 383 3 September 2012 876 867 98.97% 491 56.05% 568 491 0 October 2012 1070 1067 99.72% 643 60.09% 411 229 1 November 2012 1321 1312 99.32% 751 56.85% 931 315 1 December 2012 1372 1371 99.83% 785 57.22% 610 322 0 January 2013 1384 1380 99.71% 684 49.42% 188 121 1 February 2013 1426 1421 99.65% 686 48.11% 247 183 1 March 2013 1416 1415 99.93% 687 48.52% 618 225 0 April 2013 1344 1326 98.66% 565 42.04% 269 158 0 May 2013 1335 1318 98.73% 596 44.64% 489 215 0 June 2013 1383 1376 99.49% 694 50.18% 447 249 0 Average 1488 1477 99.35% 693 49.18% 471 269 2 June 2013 May 2013 April 2013 March 2013

# Recipients

February 2013

# Received

January 2013

# Opens

December 2013

# Clicks

November 2013

# Unique Clicks

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Resources

Resources

AFA Volunteer Update: Monthly Announcements & Updates for Volunteers and Leaders The AFA Volunteer Update is a monthly e-newsletter provided to AFA volunteers and leaders to provide announcements, updates, and reminders about Association business and events as they relate to volunteers. It is compiled and distributed by central office staff. Month

# Recipients

# Received

% Received

# Opens

% Opens

Total Clicks

Unique Clicks

Opt Outs

July 2012 170 168 98.82% 109 64.12% 84 57 0 August 2012 177 177 100% 110 62.15% 330* 58 0 September 2012 183 182 99.45% 91 49.73% 10 10 0 October 2012 218 216 99.08% 138 63.30% 52 44 0 November 2012 214 212 99.07% 126 58.88% 52 38 0 December 2012 210 208 99.05% 122 58.10% 14 11 0 January 2013 223 223 100% 130 58.30% 19 19 0 February 2013 224 224 100% 129 57.59% 17 13 0 March 2013 221 219 99.10% 129 58.37% 5 5 0 April 2013 115 112 97.39% 86 74.78% 8 7 0 May 2013 115 115 100% 84 73.04% 18 14 0 June 2013 115 115 100% 58 50.43% 7 5 0 Average 182 181 99.33% 109 60.73% 51 23 0 *This issue included the Volunteer Involvement Form (156 clicks), Information about Annual Meeting Ambassadors (93 clicks), and Volunteer Nominations (41 clicks).

June 2013 May 2013 April 2013 March 2013

# Recipients

February 2013

# Received

January 2013

# Opens

December 2013

# Clicks

November 2013

# Unique Clicks

October 2013 September 2013

14

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Member Engagement

Member Engagement Facebook

www.facebook.com/AFA1976 Total Likes: Likes Since July 1: Avg. New Likes/Week: Growth Percentage:

2,044 466 9 21%

Avg. Impressions/Post: Avg. People Talking/Week: People Talking/Week High: People Talking/Week Low:

1,439 48 25,214 week of 12/5/12 530 week of 1/2/13

Avg. Weekly Reach: 3642 Shares Since July 1: 218

LinkedIn :: Professional Group

http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=1637047&mostPopular=&trk=tyah# Total Members: 850 Members Since July 1: 304 Week Over Week Growth Rate: 40%

Members’ 69% Higher Education Industry: 8% Education Management 5% Nonprofit 18% Other

Members’ 30% Education Function: 7% Program Project Mgmt 7% Administrative 44% Other

Twitter :: @AFA1976 www.twitter.com/afa1976 Total Followers: Tweets since July 1: Growth Percentage: Avg. Impressions/Post:

1,972 1,411 44% 1,936

Foursquare www.foursquare.com/afa1976 Total Likes: 82

Followers since July 1: Favorited since July 1: Retweets since July 1: Mentions since July 1:

871 300 1,277 2,647

Avg. Reach/Tweet: 7,670 Avg. Added Followers/Day: 1.6

Klout

56

AASCU: 51 ACPA: 51 ACUI: 56 NASPA: 43-60

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Financial Snapshot

Financial Snapshot

Association Income

Association Income Budget Category

Amount Earned

Dues $134,973.50 Dues

Interest $27,070.66

Interest

Job Postings $11,770.00

Job Postings

AFAF Grants $45,915.31

AFAF Grants

Annual Meeting $412,312.50

Annual Meeting

Other Income* $4,348.60

Other Income

Total $636,390.57 *Other Income includes Resource Sales, Advertising, and additional miscellaneous income.

Association Expenses

Association Expenses Budget Category

Amount Spent

Central Office $364,496.45

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Central Office

Annual Meeting $156,335.69

Annual Meeting

Sponsorships $3,078.34

Sponsorships

Executive Board $13,818.20

Executive Board

Publications $31,032.60

Publications

Committees/Liaisons $4,811.16

Committees/Liaisons

Total $573,572.44


Financial Snapshot

Financial Snapshot Three-Year Comparisons $500,000

Income

$450,000

YE2011

YE2012

Dues

$137,938.00

$148,471.00

$134.973.50

$350,000

Interest

$36,580.88

$25,440.56

$27,070.66

$300,000

Job Postings

$10,280.00

$11,795.00

$11,770.00

$250,000

AFAF Grants

$25,292.27

$33,551.91

$45,915.31

$200,000

$341,148.46

$442,612.52

$412,312.50

$150,000

$13,854.43

$9,867.10

$4,348.60

$100,000

$565,094.04

$671,738.09

$636,390.57

Annual Meeting Other Income Total

YE2013

$400,000

YE 2011 YE 2012 YE 2013

$50,000 $0 Dues

Interest

Job Postings

AFAF Grants

Annual Meeting

Other Income

Expense

YE2011

YE2012

YE2013

$450,000

$372,362.05

$403,613.83

$364,496.45

$400,000

$14,264.39

$14,974.06

$13,818.20

$350,000

$5,859.00

$5,019.33

$4,811.16

$300,000

Publications

$29,007.43

$27,626.90

$31,032.60

Sponsorships

$8,850.00

$5,821.66

$3,078.34

$173,557.03

$166,636.63

$156,335.69

Central Office Executive Board Committees/Liaisons

Annual Meeting Foundation Total

$238.18 $604,138.08

- $633,702.41

$573,572.44

$250,000

YE 2011

$200,000

YE 2012

$150,000

YE 2013

$100,000 $50,000 $0

Profit/Loss

($39,044.04)

$38,035.68

$62,818.13

Central Office

Executive Cttes/ Publications SponsorBoard Liaisons ships

Annual Foundation Meeting

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AFA Foundation

AFA Foundation

Financial Snapshot Foundation Income Budget Category

Amount Earned

Annual Fund $24,225.40 Silent Auction $15,077.00 Because You Believe Stickers

$4,527.50

Annual Fund Silent Auction Because You Believe Stickers

Investments $1,113.27

Investments

Grants & Scholarships

Grants & Scholarships

$43,700.00

Endowments $5,792.00

Endowments

Total $94,435.17

Foundation Expenses Budget Category

Amount Spent

Fundraising $7,904.65 Grants & Scholarships

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$58,425.31

Fundraising

Operations $42,329.98

Grants & Scholarships

Total $108,649.94

Operations


AFA Foundation

AFA Foundation Grants: Spending & Impact Grant Request

Amount Spent

# People Impacted

Investment Per Person

2012 Annual Meeting Opening General Session

$14,995.43

1189

$12.61

2012 Annual Meeting Second General Session

$14,019.98

1189

$11.79

2012 Seasoned Professional Workshop

$3,441.24

60

$57.35

2012 Graduate Training Track

$1,754.07

48

$36.54

2013 Professionals’ Institute

$2,226.63

200

$11.13

2012-2013 Advance U

$9,477.96

508

$18.66

Professional Scholarships for the Annual Meeting

$8,820.00

28

$315.00

Graduate Scholarships for the Annual Meeting

$3,680.00

16

$230.00

Total

$58,425.31

3238

$18.04

Distribution of Grant Dollars

Amount Spent vs. # of People Impacted 2012 AM Opening General Session 2012 AM Second General Session

$16,000 $14,000 $12,000 $10,000 $8,000 $6,000

2012 AM Opening General Session

2012 Seasoned Professionals Wkshp

2012 AM Second General Session

2012 Graduate Training Track

2012 Seasoned Professionals Workshop

2013 Professionals’ Institute

2012 Graduate Training Track

2012-2013 Advance U

2013 Professionals’ Institute

Professional Schols for the AM

2012-2013 Advance U

Graduate Schols for the AM

Profesional Scholarships for AM Graduate Scholarships for AM

$4,000 $2,000

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AFA Foundation

AFA Foundation

FY 2013 Donors* Believer’s Club :: $1,000 or more Ron Binder Michelle Guobadia Thomas Jelke Randy McMullin T.J. Sullivan ** Beta Theta Pi Foundation Boise State University Delta Delta Delta Fraternity Delta Upsilon International Fraternity Illinois Wesleyan University Indiana University of Pennsylvania MJ Insurance, Inc. Phi Mu Delta Fraternity University of Texas-Arlington Zeta Tau Alpha Foundation

Advisor’s Club :: $500-$999

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Blake Bradley Daniel Bureau Matthew Deeg Lisa Fedler Swiontek Cassie Gerhardt Kyle F. Jordan Tom Murphy Leah Osadchuk Darald Stubbs Bonnie Wunsch ** Alpha Epsilon Pi Foundation Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority Chi Epsilon Chi Psi Educational Trust Sigma Kappa Foundation Sigma Kappa Sorority

1976 Club :: $200-$499 Libby Anderson Anne Arseneau William Bernier Meredith Bielaska Jonathan Brant Shelly Brown Dobek Curtis Burrill John Christopher Angelo Colon, Jr. Beth Conder Diana Coyle John DiSarro Thad Doyle Charles Eberly William Frankenberger Daniel Grzesik Dean Harwood Joy Helsel Gordy Heminger Veronica Hunter Jackie Isaacson Rebecca Jamrozik Mickler Vanessa Jimenez Kelly Jo Karnes Justin Kirk Mark Koepsell

Lane Koplon William Kotchish Nikolas Koulogeorge Sue Kraft Fussell Michelle Coppola LaPlatney Jennifer Leung Faron Lewitt Joann Loveless Jenny Maeda Mike McRee Monica L. Miranda Todd Napier William Nelson Karyn Nishimura Sneath Kimberly Novak Ben and Jenna Pendry Mary Peterson Mary Phillips Kathryn Planow Jeremiah Shinn Keri Shiplet Gregory Singleton Catherine Sohor Melinda Sopher Beth Stathos Patrick Stenquist

David Stetter Jessica Stinson Todd C. Sullivan Allison Swick-Duttine Amy Vojta Richard Walker Carolyn Whittier Mandy Womack Kathleen Zamulinsky ** AFA Region I Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity, Inc. Delta Phi Fraternity Gamma Phi Beta Foundation Order of Omega Phi Mu Fraternity Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity RISE Partnerships Sigma Phi Society Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity Inc. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign University of San Diego Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity, Inc.

*Categories reflect donations made during the 2013 fiscal year (July 1, 2012 - June 30, 2013).


AFA Foundation

AFA Foundation Donors :: $1-$199 Dale Adams Stacey Allan Andrew Alt Timothy Alvarez Travis Apgar Matt Arnold Amy Badger James Balandran Brittany Barnes Shelby Barrett Ashley Baudouin Kevin Bazner Molly Bechtel Mary Belding Jon Bell Philip Bennett Paul Bennion Jason Bergeron William Bernard Michael Berthel Robert Bickel Chris Blackburn Aaron Boe William Boulden Vincent Bowhay William Brennan Allison Bressler Natalie Brewster Ashley Broskey Alex Brown Geoffrey Brown Sandra Burba Amanda Bureau Joni Burke Rick Burt Byron Bustos

Trace Camacho Adam Cantley Megan Carter Douglas Case Michelle Castro Danny Catalano Deborah Catchings-Smith Brian Clarke Wayne Colvin Dave Conner John Cooke Andrea Cooper Tom Coy AnneMarie Cucci Brandon Cutler Anne Dale Jaclyn D’Andrea Kendra Darigan John Davenport Logan Davis Bethany Deines Eduardo Diaz Caitlin Dobson Renee Dowdy Elizabeth Doyle Colleen Drazen Rachel Drennen Becky Druetzler Robert Dudolski Ashley Dye Keith Ellis Heather Evans Tricia Fechter Jennifer Ferrell Gregory Fink William Foran

Allison Foster Kevin Foster Jason Frampton Cathy Frank Wesley Fugate Keith Garcia Andrea Kovachy Kevin Gemoets Aaron George Katelin Getz Michael Goodman Robert Grau Maggie Green Dominic Greene Jenny Greyerbiehl Amber Groh Eric Grospitch Brent Grunig Juan Guardia Angela Guillory Lindsey Hall Delia Harris Lori Hart Tyler Havens Michael Hayes Debbie Heida Jennifer Henson Daniel Hernandez Myrna Hernandez Grahaeme Hesp Donna Hight Terrence Hogan G. Andrew Hohn M Spencer Hudec Richard Huffman Amber Huston

Sonia ImMasche Jessica Impallaria Johanne Ives Sara Jahansouz Christopher Jefferson Cara Jenkins Cassandra Joseph Kristen Kardas Jamison Keller Gina Keucher Wendi Kinney Kaitlin Kirk Lara Klinkner Jesse Koch Kimberly Kochin Matthew Kurz Jennifer Lambdin Carson Lance Beryl Langdon Timothea Lapham Pamela Kadirifu Matthew Lenno Jennifer Levering Mary Kate Lobough Kaitlin Logan Victoria Lopez-Herrera William Lyle Antonio-Phillip Lytle Tracy Machtan Aimee Maczko John Mantooth Tanner Marcantel Lorri March Michelle Marchand Robert Marias Rachel Marsh

Tisa Mason Elizabeth Massengale Christopher Maxwell Daniel Maxwell Tracy Maxwell Delia McDermott Lauren McHugh Richard McKaig Nicki Meneley Leslie Merritt Archie Messersmith John Messina Shana Meyer Daniel Miller George Miller Kara Miller Kaya Miller Holly Mittelmeier Kimberlee Monteaux Lauren Moran John Mountz Kari Murphy Linda Murphy Matthew Nance Sara Nash Kathryn Owsianiecki Laura Owsley Tania Paini Jen Patterson Laurel Peffer Jennifer Pendleton Kyle Pendleton Katherine Pezzella Jayne Piskorik Ryan Powell Vanessa Anderson

Carol Nickoson Elizabeth Quick Ann Reightler Seth Ressl Eve Riley Lindsay Ritenbaugh Willy Rivas Magdalena Rivera Jim Russell Jonathan Sanders Tara Leigh Sands Tabatha Sarco Elizabeth Sarneso Steven Sassaman Beth Saul Elizabeth Schafer Thea Schoenberg Joshua Schutts Brooke Scogin Shylan Scott Mary Beth Seiler Hannah Seoh Christine Sevick Natalie Shaak Justin Sherman Kristin Shorter Scott Smith Elizabeth Snider Justina Solties Mardie Sorensen Allison St. Germain Gretchen Stahl Donna Stallard Cindy Stellhorn Shelley Sutherland Stanley Sweeney

Brian Tenclinger Jacob Tidwell Barbie Tootle Tina Vansteenbergen Kelli Vincent Suzette Walden Alyssa Walker David Wallace Zeretha Washington Patricia Watkins Cheri Wechsler Christina Wellhouser Susan West Lori White Timothy Wilkinson Melissa Williams Michael Wilson Julie Wisbrock Michael Wiseman Michael Zajac Danny Zayas Nicholas Zuniga ** Alpha Kappa Delta Phi, Inc. Delta Tau Delta International Fraternity Drexel University Illinois State University Kappa Alpha Order North Carolina State University Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Phi Kappa Tau Foundation University of Southern Mississippi University of West Georgia

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2012/2013 AFA Annual Report