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DEVELOP. LEAD. ACHIEVE

THE ASSOCIATION OF FRATERNAL LEADERSHIP & VALUES

conference program booklet

WEST FRATERNAL & NATIONAL CULTURAL GREEK LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE

2011

Costa Mesa, California


Welcome: On behalf of the Board of Directors, the Staff, and the many volunteers of AFLV, welcome to California for the West Fraternal Leadership Conference/National Cultural Greek Leadership Conference! We hope this opportunity to meet and exchange ideas with fraternity and sorority members throughout the country will be beneficial, not only to you personally, but also to your chapter and Fraternal Community. This conference offers educational sessions that cover a range of leadership topics, as well as issues that impact the leadership and structure of our Fraternal community. Please make every effort to visit with our conference faculty; they are more than willing to share their experience. The 2011 conference has drawn attendees from many states to enhance skills and knowledge while becoming effective leaders. Also in attendance are international/national and province officers, as well as professional staff from many fraternities and sororities. Please take this opportunity to let them know how they can help your chapter/council. Another important aspect of the conference is the opportunity to interact with businesses that serve the fraternal market. Please take time to wander through the exhibit hall and introduce yourself to our Associate Members who have traveled a long distance to share their products and services with you. These individuals and companies are a very important part of our conference. Many of them are providing the educational content of the meeting, and several are major sponsors of the event. Please thank them for their time, energy, and financial investment. The conference staff hopes that you will take advantage of this conference experience by learning new leadership techniques, discussing personal ideas, and meeting peers and professionals in the Fraternal community. Take advantage of all this conference has to offer and have a great time! Do not hesitate to let us know how we can make your experience more enjoyable.

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What’s Inside: Who’s Who................................................................4 Conference Facts....................................................5 Standards Policy.....................................................7 Awards and Assessment Judges........................8 Schedule at a Glance..........................................11 Master Schedule..................................................12 Preconference Programs ..................................19 Keynote Speakers................................................20 Special Event Speakers......................................22 Featured Speakers..............................................23 Professional Development Institute .............27 Special Conference Programs ........................28 Ed Sessions............................................................30 Associate Members............................................57 Conference Faculty.............................................59 Maps.......................................................................67

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who’s who 2010-2011 AFLV BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Chair Vice Chair Secretary/Treasurer Member Member Member Member Ex-officio Member

Caitlin Roberts Shannon Greybar Millikin Rick Barnes Parice Bowser Dr. Tisa Mason La Tonya T. Nelson David Westol Mark Koepsell

AFLV ASSOCIATION LEADERSHIP & STAFF:

Executive Director Associate Executive Director Assistant Executive Director Director of Member Services Meeting Planner Office Manager

Mark Koepsell Shelley Sutherland Mike McRee Tricia Fechter Beverly Williams Jill Lancaster

NCGLC PROGRAM ADVISORY COMMITTEE:

Blake Balajadia Brian Gee Yvonne Hernandez Denise Pipersburgh Hannah Seoh Gordan Wong

California State University - Long Beach DePaul University Rick Barnes Presents, Inc. University of Arkansas Fort Hays State University NPHC Western Area Representative Limberlost Consulting, Inc. AFLV

AFLV AFLV AFLV AFLV AFLV AFLV

Coordinator Fraternity/Sorority Life Director of Risk Reduction Chair President National Secretary NCGLC Representative

San Jose State University Pi Alpha Phi Fraternity, Inc. NALFO NMGC NAPA NAPA

Megan Vadnais Natalie Cleary Kyle Jordan Cori Hammock Johanne Jensen Cara Jenkins Samantha Armstrong Harmony Carrera Megan Pendley Pickett Jason Pierce Carol Preston Lea Hanson Steve Whitby

Beta Theta Pi Fraternity California State University, San Bernardino Appalachian State University Consultant University of Arizona West Chester University Washington State University University of California, San Diego University of Denver Jason Pierce Consulting Wittenberg University Colorado State University Warehouse 242

Lambda Chi Alpha Beta Theta Pi Delta Delta Delta Unaffiliated Delta Zeta Sorority Gamma Phi Beta Alpha Omicron Pi

Minnesota State University, Mankato University of Puget Sound University of Arizona Colorado State University San Jose State University Arizona State University California State University, Long Beach

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Pi Beta Phi Beta Theta Pi Chi Phi

University of the Pacific Ball State University The University of Texas at Austin University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

CONFERENCE STAFF: AFLV West/NCGLC Conference Chair Coordinator, NCGLC Director of Registration Director of Banquets & Catering Director of Special Events Director of Fundraising Coordinator of AFLV West Awards Silent Auction Coordinator Logistics Coordinator Logisitics Assistant Conference Scripts Coordinator Conference Publications Coordinator Director of Multimedia

CONFERENCE INTERNS: Undergraduate Interns

Joseph Cherney Alex Gardner Mari Kelly Lyndsay Lack Sarah Lewis April Morgan Kasey Schoen

Graduate Standards Interns Shante Hearst Allison Commings Cameron Warner Collin Zimmerman

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conference facts Alcoholic Beverages Alcoholic beverages may not be carried in hallways or elevators, and there will be no alcohol allowed in guests’ rooms. Any containers found will be confiscated and turned in to hotel security. Alcoholic beverages are not allowed at any WFL/NCGLC functions. The legal drinking age in the state of California is 21 and is strictly enforced. Award Recipients Please note those delegates and advisors wearing award recipient and/or finalist ribbons. They represent the councils which have been selected to receive awards at the Saturday night recognition banquet. Please congratulate these individuals and ask about their outstanding programs. Conduct The Head Delegates and Fraternity/Sorority Advisor will be responsible for the conduct of their school’s delegates. Please see WFL/NCGLC’s Standards Policy for more information. Conference Dress Badge attire is appropriate for all sessions of the conference. The Saturday evening banquet attire is a coat and tie for men and semi-formal dress for women. Daily Announcements All updates on conference activities will be announced in the first general session each day. If you wish to make a general announcement, the deadline is 12:00 noon the previous day. Announcements should be submitted in writing to the conference headquarters office in the Grand Registration Area. Emergencies & Medical Assistance The Emergency Information Card completed by each registrant will be on file with the WFL/NCGLC Conference Staff should the need arise. Please report all injuries and illnesses to the hotel security department through the hotel operator, as well as contacting a senior conference staff member. Evaluations Evaluations will be sent electronically after the conference. Your input is important to us. Please take the time to complete the evaluation honestly as your feedback will help to improve future conferences. Hotel Information Check In and Check Out Check In time is at 3:00 pm. You will be able to leave your luggage at the Bellman’s Station if you arrive early. Check out time on Sunday is 12:00 noon. If extra time is needed, make arrangements directly with the hotel by calling the front desk. Bills All hotel guests are responsible for paying their hotel bills; although you are registered as being affiliated with AFLV and WFL/NCGLC, we will not assume any responsibility for your account while attending the conference. Tipping Be courteous to hotel staff at all times as they contribute to making our conference experience excellent. Tipping is not necessary for the meals included in your conference registration fee. At other times, tipping is at your discretion, although a minimum of 15% is recommended. For Bell Service, please tip $2.00 per bag depending on the size and weight of each bag.

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conference facts Hotel Security It is also important that you know that during these times of heightened security, the hotel is doing everything it can to insure you have a safe and enjoyable stay. Should an emergency arise, please dial the operator from any house phone. This goes directly to the hotel Security Department who will dispatch the appropriate people to the scene. Lost and Found Please check with the hotel security staff or the WFL/NCGLC conference headquarters office located in the Grand Registration area for lost and found items. Meals The undergraduate conference registration includes the Friday Affiliation Luncheon, Saturday’s lunch and the Saturday Banquet, and Sunday Continental Breakfast. The professional registration fee includes the Saturday’s Professionals’ Lunch in place of the Student Luncheons. Your nametag will be your admission to all meals. No refunds are available for missed meals or lost nametags. Additional meal tickets can be purchased from the conference headquarters. Meeting Locations All meeting rooms are within Hilton Orange County/Costa Mesa. Please refer to the schedule and cross reference the floor diagrams in the back of this book to find your meeting room. Nametags Nametags must be worn at all times. Nametags are your admission ticket to all conference events: education sessions, general sessions, meals, and all special sessions. If you lose your nametag you will be charged a $20 replacement fee. Promptness Please arrive to the educational sessions early or when the session is scheduled to begin. This will help the presenter and the conference staff make the most of everyone’s time. Time is allowed between sessions to ask questions, get presenter contact information, etc. Seating capacity is limited which is another reason to plan ahead and arrive early! Parking Parking arrangements are to be made individually with the hotel. The special parking rate for 2011 conference attendees is $8 for self and $28 for valet per car per day with in and out privileges. If you have questions, contact the hotel front desk. Questions Questions should be directed to any member of the Conference Committee. They are easily identified by their nametags. Quiet Hours No excessive noise should be heard in the hotel hallways at any time. It is important to respect the privacy of all hotel guests, especially those who are not involved with our conference. Violators will be reported to hotel security as well as the WFL/NCGLC Conference Staff. Registration Delegates should register with the hotel BEFORE registering with WFL/NCGLC. Conference registration is located in the Grand Registration area. All participants in WFL/NCGLC educational sessions must be registered for the conference and must wear their nametag at all times.

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standards policy To ensure that all Association of Fraternal Leadership & Values Conferences continue to maintain a reputation for excellence and high standards, we have high expectations of appropriate behavior at each event. In an effort to minimize hotel security involvement, behavior standards will be monitored and enforced by the Conference Standards Team. While the Head Delegates are responsible for the members of his or her delegation, it is expected that each conference participant read, understand and follow conference behavior rules as well as appropriate federal, state and local laws. The Head Delegate will be held accountable for the actions of members within his or her delegation. The members of the Conference Staff expect all conference attendees to respect the property and the rights of the hotel and its guests. Be advised that no alcohol is allowed to be brought into the hotel or to be consumed in public areas. Alcohol is not permitted at any conference event, including meals. Loud and disruptive music is also prohibited. The laws of the host state apply to all in attendance. After one warning, individuals violating conduct expectations will be asked to leave the conference and the hotel. Conference Staff reserves the right to send any individual or delegation home without any warning if the violation is deemed severe enough by the staff. Appropriate Head Delegates, university officials, and national fraternities/sororities will be informed of the conduct and the individuals responsible. If any member of a council is asked to leave the hotel, that council may be suspended from attending future AFLV conferences. Additionally, if a university has repeated offenses while in attendance, its membership in the Association of Fraternal Leadership & Values will be in jeopardy.

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awards & assessment judges Jenni Adams California State Polytechnic University - Pomona

Ryan O’Rourke Florida Atlantic University

Gary Ballinger Indiana State University

Liz Osborne Oklahoma State University

Blake Bradley Illinois Wesleyan University

Teena Reasoner Southeast Missouri State University

Tom Coy Grand Valley State University

Caitlin Roberts California State University - Long Beach

Allison Foster Alpha Chi Omega

Patrick Romero-Aldaz University of South Florida

Jenny Greyerbiehl Alpha Xi Delta

Alex Snowden University of Arkansas - Fort Smith

Eddie Dominguez California State University, Fresno

Neil Stanglein Virginia Commonwealth University

Andrew Hohn University of Illinois

David Stetter University of Southern Indiana

Adrienne Jaroch Loyola University - Chicago

Cindy Tesch Arkansas Tech University

Jesse Koch Bradley University

Zach Thomas Queens University of Charlotte

Andy Morgan Southern Illinois University - Carbondale

Laura Whitney Delta Upsilon Fraternity

Kari Murphy University of Missouri – Kansas City

Candice Wolfe Northwest Missouri State University

west awards judges Jenni Adams California State Polytechnic University

Krista Bennitt University of Washington

Renoda Campbell Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo

Jason Clark Boise State University

Jami Harrison Washington State University

Lisa Holliday Willamette University

Megan Maisas University of Idaho

Amanda Rodriguez Stanford University

Beth Saul University of Southern California

Kate Steiner University of Wyoming

Moe Stephens University of Puget Sound

Mandy Womack University of San Diego

case study judges Kent Gardner Order of Omega

Justin Sipes Sonoma State University

Mardie Sorensen Order of Omega

Caitlyn Zang San Diego State University

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schedule at a glance Thursday, April 7, 2011 Noon Noon 1:00 - 5:00 pm 4:00 - 11:00 pm 6:00 - 7:15 pm 7:30 - 9:00 pm 9:15 - 10:15 pm 9:15 - 10:15 pm 10:15 - 10:45 pm 10:45 - 11:45 pm

Hall of Truth Registration Opens Pre-Conference Workshops Silent Auction NCGLC Reception Opening Session: Corey Ciocchetti, Chasing Authentic Success Education Programs Block #1 Advisors/Professionals Reception Exhibit Hall Grand Opening General Session: Wendi Fox: Project Celebrate Safe

Friday, April 8, 2011 8:00 am 9:00 - 10:30 am 10:45 – 11:45 am 12:00 - 1:45 pm 2:00 - 3:00 pm 3:15 - 4:15 pm 4:30 - 5:30 pm 6:00 pm

Hall of Truth General Session: Jessica Pettitt, If Not Us, Then Who? Let’s Rise Education Programs Block #2 Affiliation Luncheon Sponsored by ALSAC/St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Featured Speakers Education Programs Block #3 Education Programs Block #4 Evening Excursions

Saturday, April 9, 2011 8:00 am 9:00 - 10:30 am 10:45 - 11:45 am Noon - 1:30 pm Noon - 1:30 pm Noon - 1:30 pm 1:45 - 2:45 pm 2:00 - 5:00 pm 1:45 - 2:45 pm 1:45 – 2:45pm 3:00 - 4:00 pm 4:15 - 5:15 pm 6:15 - 7:15 pm 7:30 - 9:00 pm 9:30 pm

Hall of Truth General Session: David Stollman, Buy In or Get Out Education Programs Block #5 Student Roundtable Lunch: Sponsored by The Student Union Professionals’ Luncheon: Sponsored by CAMPUSPEAK NCGLC Lunch Featured Speakers Order of Omega Case Study Competition Featured Speaker Showcases Ignite Fraternity Education Programs Block #6 Education Programs Block #7 Fraternal Values Society Initiation Recognition Banquet After Banquet Party Hop: Sponsored by ALSAC/St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

Sunday, April 10, 2011 9:00 - 10:30 am

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master schedule Thursday, April 7, 2011 Time

Noon - 12:00 AM Noon - 9:00 PM 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM 1:00 PM - 7:00 PM 4:00 - 11:00 PM 6:00 PM - 7:15 PM 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM 9:15 PM - 10:15 PM

9:15 PM - 10:15 PM 10:15 PM - 11:45 PM 10:15 PM - 12:00 AM 10:45 PM - 11:45 PM

Title

Hall of Truth Registration Preconference Workshop: Social Excellence Preconference Workshop: Advance Panhellenic Preconference Workshop: RESPONSE ABILITY Level 1 Certification Study Lounge: Sponsored by Gamma Sigma Alpha Silent Auction NCGLC Reception Opening Session Corey Ciocchetti: Chasing Authentic Success Education Programs Block #1

Location

Lobby Breezeway Convention Entrance Newport Beach 1 Newport Beach 2 Newport Beach 3 Emerald Bay 1 Outside Laguna 1-3 Emerald 1-2 Pacific Ballroom 1-4

Diversity According to South Park and Family Guy Where is your line? 40 Ways to Detect Hazing and 20 things we can do to change a hazing culture Who Is Taking Care of You? Quality over Quantity: The Worlds Greatest Excuse Build a Community, Not a System Visionary Leadership for Chapter and Council Leaders Money, Money, Money... MONEY! From Battlemind To Campus Grind! Our Military Are Coming Home...Are You Ready? Positive PR and How to Get It Can I See You In my Office: Working Collaboratively with your Fraternity/Sorority Advisor The Courage to Challenge: Learning the Art of Positive Confrontation Beyond Alcohol: The Other Drug Category Are We Really Still Talking About Risk Management?

Balboa Bay 1 Balboa Bay 2

Advisors/Professionals Reception Exhibit Hall Grand Opening Media Showcase & Awards Display General Session Wendi Fox: Project Celebrate Safe

Bristol Terrace Pacific Ballroom Foyer BL1 Hallway Pacific Ballroom 2-3

Catalina 1 Catalina 2 Emerald Bay 1 Emerald Bay 2 Emerald Bay 3 Fountain Terrace Huntington Beach 1&2 Laguna Beach 1 Laguna Beach 2 Laguna Beach 3 Newport Beach 2 Newport Beach 3

Friday, April 8, 2011 Time

7:45 AM - 8:45 AM 7:45 AM - 8:45 AM 7:45 AM - 8:45 AM 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

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NPC Presidents Meeting AFLV Awards Consultations RBC Consultations Registration Hall of Truth Exhibit Hall Open Silent Auction Media Showcase & Awards Display Advisors Lounge General Session Jessica Pettitt: If Not Us, Then Who? Let’s Rise

Location

Catalina 1 Newport Beach 1-3 Laguna Beach 1-3 Convention Entrance Lobby Breezeway Pacific Ballroom Foyer Outside Laguna 1-3 BL1 Hallway Executive Lounge Pacific Ballroom 1-4

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Friday, April 8, 2011 Time

Title

10:45 AM - 11:45 AM

Education Programs Block #2

12:00 PM - 1:45 PM

master schedule

True Colors- Discover Your Unique Gifts and Talents Peer Conduct Boards - Developing An Accountability System That Works Happy Greek Leaders Produce Been There! Dumped That! Are You “All That?” Dynamic Recruitment for Sororities School Haze: Does Pledging Really Produce Premium Product? The Evolution of New Member Processes in Black Greek Lettered Organizations Big Ideas for Small Chapters Student Leadership Training with an Attitude Hazing - When Will It End? The Best Job Ever Budgeting, Collecting and Everything Finance Why Do You Hate Me? Seriously? Social Justice: When Diversity Isn’t Enough NPC Release Figure Method A Night to Forget

Location Balboa Bay 1 Balboa Bay 2 Bristol 1 Catalina 1 Catalina 2 Emerald Bay 1 Emerald Bay 2 Emerald Bay 3 Fountain Terrace Huntington Beach 1&2 Laguna Beach 1 Laguna Beach 2 Laguna Beach 3 Newport Beach 1 Newport Beach 2 Newport Beach 3

3:15 PM - 5:30 PM 3:15 PM - 4:15 PM

Affiliation & Recognition Lunch Pacific Ballroom 1-4 Sponsored by ALSAC/St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Featured Speakers David Coleman: Making Relationships Matter Catalina 1 Mike Dillbeck: RESPONSE ABILITY Catalina 2 Mark Hartley: SNAFU-Situation Normal: All Fouled Up! Fountain Terrace Ask The Experts Pacific Ballroom Foyer Education Programs Block #3

4:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Education Programs Block #4

4:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Education Programs Block #4 (cont.)

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

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NPC Judicial Process Embracing Real Beauty Connecting “Majorities” to the Multicultural Community Recruitment Boot Camp: Skills Training Intake Equation Part 1 Ladder of Risk: Cultural Greek Edition Under the Influence . . . of Stress Shared Values: Drive-By Conversations No Money, Mo Problems: The ABCs of Resource-Raising From Group to Team - Robert’s Rules Made Simple It’s Worse than You Think, the Hidden Dangers of Eating Disorders Navigating Diversity on Your Campus IFC: What you Should and Could be Doing Planning the Perfect Party Naysayers, Crickets and Whiners: Overcoming Barriers to Change Advancing Authentic Sisterhood More Than “Mandatory” Recruitment Boot Camp: The Council’s Plan for Success! Risk Management Inside Out: Questions from the field The Choice Intake Equation Part 2 NPHC and MGC - Finding your purpose on the Yard Are You a GREEK Leader Prepared to Impact the World?

Balboa Bay 1 Balboa Bay 2 Catalina 1 Catalina 2 Emerald Bay 1 Emerald Bay 2 Emerald Bay 3 Fountain Terrace Huntington Beach 1&2 Laguna Beach 1 Laguna Beach 2 Laguna Beach 3 Newport Beach 1 Newport Beach 2 Newport Beach 3 Balboa Bay 1 Balboa Bay 2 Pacific 1 Catalina 1 Catalina 2 Emerald Bay 1 Emerald Bay 2 Emerald Bay 3

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master schedule

Friday, April 8, 2011 (cont.) Time

6:00 PM 6:30 PM 6:30 PM - 11:00 PM

Title

The Anatomy of Power Inspiring Creativity for Greek Leaders How to improve your order of omega chapter Stop Networking… Start Connecting: Get Better Grades, Get Hired and Achieve Your Dreams! NPC Extension Taking Action for ALLIES: Fraternity & Sorority LGBT Climate Test Identifying and Engaging your ALUMNI Teambuilders That Don’t Suck

Evening Excursions Bus Departures NPC Dinner NAPA Meeting

Location

Fountain Terrace Huntington Beach 1&2 Laguna Beach 1 Laguna Beach 2 Laguna Beach 3 Newport Beach 1 Newport Beach 2 Newport Beach 3

Laguna Beach 1-3 Fountain Terrace Huntington Beach 1 & 2

Saturday, April 9, 2011 Time

Title

Location

7:00 AM - 10:30 AM 7:30 AM - 8:45 AM 7:30 AM - 8:45 AM 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM 8:00 AM - 2:55 PM 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

NAPA Meeting AFLV Awards Consultations RBC Consultations Order of Omega Case Study Orientation Silent Auction Registration/Conference Information Media Showcase & Awards Display Hall of Truth Exhibit Hall Open Advisors Lounge General Session David Stollman: Buy In or Get Out Education Programs Block #5

Huntington Beach 1 & 2 Newport Beach 1-3 Laguna Beach 1-3 Huntington Beach 1 &2 Outside Laguna 1-3 Convention Entrance BL1 Hallway Lobby Breezeway Pacific Ballroom Foyer Executive Lounge Pacific 1-4

10:45 AM - 11:45 AM

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How to Support a Sexual Assault Survivor RISK! and Crisis Management: Not Just a Nerdy Game of Global Domination Lessons in Developing Volunteer Advisors Finding Passion and Purpose in Life - The Six Secret Steps Dynamic Recruitment for Fraternities Standards Boards: 21 Ways to Improve Accountability Multicultural Greek Movement Open Forum Chapter Event Programming Best Practice: Avoid Over Programming How to get the most out of your NPC membership. Is the AFLV Awards & Assessment Process really worth the time and attention? Social Media: The Good and The Bad. The Powerful Persuasive Greek Leader

Balboa Bay 1 Balboa Bay 2 Bristol 1 Bristol 3 Catalina 1 Catalina 2 Emerald Bay 1 Emerald Bay 2 Emerald Bay 3 Huntington Beach 1&2 Laguna Beach 1 Laguna Beach 2

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master schedule Saturday, April 9, 2011 (cont.) Time

Title

10:45 AM - 11:45 AM

Education Programs Block #5 (cont.)

Location

Can You Manage To LEAD? Suicide Prevention: Be a Shining Light of Hope Exclusive or Selective Membership Criteria: Are we crossing the line of Social Justice? Image is Everything!

Laguna Beach 3 Newport Beach 1

Pacific 2-4 Garden Terrace Patio Pacific Ballroom 1

2:00 PM - 5:00 PM 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM 1:45pm - 2:45 PM 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Student Roundtable Lunch: Sponsored by the Student Union Professional Development Lunch: Sponsored by CAMPUSPEAK NCGLC Lunch Featured Speakers Brian Johnson: Reel Diversity Jessica Gendron Williams: Be Social. Be Excellent. Cindy Pierce: Ringing the Doorbell - Saner, Healthier Sex in College Order of Omega Case Study Competition Order of Omega Case Study Competition Ignite Fraternity Education Programs Block #6

4:15 PM - 5:15 PM

Education Programs Block #7

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM 12:00pm - 1:30 PM 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM 1:45 PM - 2:45 PM

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Newport Beach 2 Newport Beach 3

Pacific 1 Catalina 1 Catalina 2 Huntington Beach 1 Huntington Beach 2 Pacific Ballroom

Red Carpet Worthy AFLV Awards & Assessment Submissions Balboa Bay 1 Council Collaboration: Empowering Girls & Women Balboa Bay 2 Invite. Teach. Inspire. Don’t preach – They’ll Lick the Cactus Anyway. Bristol 1 Promoting Academic Excellence Bristol 3 Kristin’s Story: a mother’s account of rape, depression, suicide, and hope. Catalina 1 Strategies for Over-programmed Chapters: Tightening Up Your Calendar, Getting Rid of “Mandatory,” and Improving Morale Catalina 2 Open Up the Lines of Communication: Working with Your Campus Greek Advisor Emerald Bay 1 Overcoming Chapter Over Programming Emerald Bay 2 DUI: A Powerful Lesson Fountain Terrace The Broken Pillar- reclaiming our core value of Service to others Laguna Beach 1 Expectation Hangovers: Treatment and Prevention Laguna Beach 2 Facing Trans: Inclusion, Advocacy, and Empowerment Laguna Beach 3 Drinking, Drugs and DNA Newport Beach 1 Effective Leadership Strategies for Leaders of a Diverse Team Newport Beach 2 When is Enough Enough? Image is Everything. Newport Beach 3 Take Action: Tools for Combating Hazing (2 part session) Emerald Bay 3 Community Service Roundtable Public Relations Roundtable Forming “One Heartbeat” Within Your Chapter Engaging the Members in the Middle: The Key to Real Change in Your Chapter Brotherhood and Sisterhood: Building Bonds Without Hazing Developing a Chapter Academic Program: Moving Beyond Mandatory Study Hours Who’s Choosing You? Up on the High Wire: Promoting Resiliency and Preventing Distress among Student Leaders Getting Hired: 4 Simple Steps to Landing a Great Job by Graduation Treasurer & Secretary Roundtable The Snowball Effect - Addressing “Light” Hazing

Balboa Bay 1 Balboa Bay 2 Catalina 1 Catalina 2 Emerald Bay 1 Emerald Bay 2 Fountain Terrace Laguna Beach 1 Laguna Beach 2 Laguna Beach 3 Newport Beach 1

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master schedule

Saturday, April 9, 2011 (cont.) Time

Title

Location

4:15 PM - 5:15 PM

Education Programs Block #7 (cont.)

Membership Expectations, why they should be higher for active members. Recruitment Counselor Training – “Rho Gamma, how do I join that sorority?”

5:30 PM - 6:00 PM 6:15 PM - 7:15 PM 7:30pm - 9:00 PM 9:30 PM - 1:00 AM

Order of Omega Initiation Fraternal Values Society Initiation Awards and Recognition Banquet After Banquet Party Hop

9:30 PM - 1:00 AM

Quiet Study Lounge

Sponsored by ALSAC/St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Newport Beach 2 Newport Beach 3

Laguna Beach 1 & 2 Newport Beach 1-3 Pacific 1-4 Catalina 1 & 2 Bristol Terrace Patio Huntington Beach 1&2

Time

Title

Location

7:00 AM - 10:30 AM 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

NAPA Meeting Registration/Conference Information Luggage Storage Taking it Home Breakfast & Closing Session T.J. Sullivan: The Apathy Myth

Huntington Beach 1&2 Convention Entrance Pacific 1 Laguna Beach 1-3 Pacific 2-4

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pre-conference programs Social Excellence, presented by PhiredUp Productions PhiredUp Productions Thursday 1:00-5:00 pm Newport Beach 1

Phired Up teaches Social Excellence through a progression of lessons that deepen the learning each step of the way. Starting with a redefinition of the word, “social,” Phired Up challenges conventional thinking and brings us back to our human nature as social beings. From there you will learn how Social Excellence as a lifestyle can transform you and your organizations, you will learn a magic trick called “The Screw” which opens doors to new relationships, and you will learn about first impressions, exchanging contact information, social etiquette, listening, remembering names, and all the basic skills of a social master. Finally, you learn about “The Four Pillars” of Social Excellence, Curiosity, Generosity, Authenticity, and Vulnerability. Open to all undergraduates.

A Taste of Advance Panhellenic! CAMPUSPEAK Thursday 1:00-5:00 pm Newport Beach 2

AFLV West/NCGLC is proud to offer an abridged version of Advance Panhellenic! In partnership with the National Panhellenic Conference, Advance Panhellenic! is an opportunity for your College Panhellenic leaders to gather for meaningful conversations. The workshop aims to strengthen the leadership roles of participants by providing the tools they need from the NPC to be a successful student organization Advance Panhellenic! helps develop guidelines and tips for leadership, transitions, programming, community building, public relations and recruitment.

RESPONSE ABILITY Level 1 Certification Mike Dillbeck Sponsored by Pi Beta Phi Fraternity Thursday 1:00-5:00 pm Newport Beach 3

Most of the problems in the fraternity/sorority community involve bystanders—those who see or know about something “wrong” and do nothing, say nothing. This is a Level I Certification Program, and each person who completes this program will receive an expanded facilitator’s guide and certificate. Level I is the basic level and certifies someone to thoroughly facilitate the program to individual chapters, or a group of chapters, on their campus, or in their fraternity/sorority. This program is open to both students and advisors.

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keynote speakers If Not Us, Then Who? Let’s Rise! Jessica Pettitt Friday, 9:00 - 10:30 am WARNING: There will be no hand holding, silver spoons, or excuses permitted during this keynote. As a member of the fraternity and sorority community, Jessica has decided to claim her responsibility and utilize her elite status to actually dismantle oppression and leave the world a better place.

Chasing Authentic Success Corey Ciocchetti Thursday, 7:30 - 9:00 pm What are you shooting for? A big, impressive career? A big paycheck? A dose of fame and notoriety? Like a greyhound, endlessly running, you can spend your life chasing artificial rabbits and going around in circles. Or, you can make some decisions that will set you on a path to true happiness in your career and in your life.

Please join her in a highly motivated yet reality based social justice based action oriented message where no excuses or limitations are needed. If the fraternal movement is truly about leadership, moral development, and service—then we have a lot of catching up to do. Imagine a world not of the t-shirt committees and P-C police, but of service that actually means something. If not us, then who?

In this very personal leadership keynote, Corey challenges the audience to identify the “real rabbits” that potentially lie in their future. You can achieve amazing things in your life, but true happiness is best found by keeping things like relationships, character and contentment in mind along the way.

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keynote speakers Buy In or Get Out David Stollman Saturday, 9:00- 10:30 am Too often, good leaders and good chapters are not able to succeed because they are too busy cleaning up after the ones that don’t get it. Fixing their problems or fighting their negative image. Imagine how much more we could accomplish if they were part of the solution instead of part of the problem? David will say what you wish you could. Let him confront them in his funny, interactive and moving style. His message will inspire those that want to care about the core values of Fraternity and Sorority Life – friendship, service, leadership and scholarship. He will challenge your members to embrace the best and get rid of the rest. It will touch on topics that range across all major issues facing today’s members.

The Apathy Myth T.J. Sullivan Sunday, 9:00 - 10:30 Student leaders say that member apathy and lack of motivation are the issues that plague them the most. How can they get their fellow students engaged How can they get their officers motivated? Unfortunately, too many respond to the apathy challenge with fines, mandatory attendance requirements and negativity. These student leaders hit a wall, alienate their members and suffer from frustration and burnout. There is a better way. What if you were told that what you think is apathy is actually the result of poor leadership that is unresponsive to the needs of the students in your organization? Would you open your mind to the possibility that there are ways to motivate your group’s members that don’t require making every event mandatory? Student leaders have the power to eliminate apathy and T.J. Sullivan has some answers to the most common leadership frustrations.

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special event speakers Ignite Fraternity Pacific Ballroom Saturday, 1:45-2:45 The concept is simple. Ignite is a series of short talks, called SPARKS, with a twist. Each speaker gets five minutes and 20 slides to make their point, enlighten, and entertain the audience. Learning by doing is key. This is where you come in.

Thursday Night Entertainment Wendi Fox Project Celebrate Safe Thursday, 10:45-11:45 Comedian and former high-risk drinker, Wendi Fox is committed to changing the drug and alcohol climate on college campuses through the power of fresh perspectives, purpose driven decisions and lots of laughs. Wendi takes a hysterical and mind bending look at the dangerous escapades of the drunk and dangerous on college campuses today. Her mission: to inspire students under 21 to “Find the Buzz Without the Booze” and to encourage those of drinking age to “Celebrate Safe” through practicing the Sober Sitter Safety Program.

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Speakers will have five minutes and 20 slides, with each slide automatically advancing every 15 seconds to present their SPARK. SPARKS can address the audience on any aspect of fraternity - could be ritual, could be recruitment, could be anything. The content of each SPARK is the opinion of the SPARK. Consider Ignite to be an open forum for ideas to be exchanged, and stick around at the end of the SPARKS to ask questions, or challenge ideas. Ignite is most successful with interaction!

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featured speakers RESPONSE ABILITY Mike Dilbeck

Friday 2:00 - 3:00 pm Catalina 2 Mike directly addresses so-called “bystander behavior” – those times when a person observes something, recognizes it to be problematic, but fails to intervene in a constructive way. Mike is helping students from all walks of campus life understand how seizing upon an opportunity to act can dramatically change their campus community. In this challenging keynote, Mike reveals the barriers many of us feel when we consider whether or not to act. Using interactive methods, Mike gives audience members the skills and framework upon which to act when they see unhealthy or negative behavior among their peers, in their classes and on their campus.

Making Relationships Matter David Coleman

Friday 2:00 - 3:00 pm Catalina 1 Tired of being alone on campus among hundreds or thousands of students? Sick of hearing “You’re so nice or like a brother or sister to me?” Still wondering how the best relationship “ever” ended in a bad break up? Reporting on-line to be “in a relationship” is a far cry from actually being in one! A successful relationship improves your self-esteem and makes you better at everything you do, David Coleman, The Dating Doctor, help you navigate the treacherous waters of dating, sex, attraction, love and “status”. In a humorous, yet challenging way, David will cover: Why pick-up lines fail, The ABC’s of Initial Interest, how to tell if someone is interested in you, how to be a more passionate lover and how to fill your social calendar!

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featured speakers Be Social. Be Excellent Jessica Gendron Williams Saturday 1:45 - 2:45 Catalina 1

What do keg stands, curiosity, Jager bombs, generosity, handshakes and“the screw”, have to do with organizational success? “Be Social. Be Excellent.” Inspires participants to maximize their interpersonal skills and organizational knowledge to build giant networks of friends, fans and potential members.

SNAFU-Situation Normal: All Fouled Up! Mark Hartley

Friday 2:00 - 3:00 pm Fountain Terrace Greek Life’s commitment to scholarship is definitely a SNAFU! It’s time for Greek communities to realize that emphasis on academic achievement is not only congruent with our founding values; it’s also an incredible route to positive image building!

Be prepared to be dared, entertained, double-dared, and challenged to be the best version of yourself in an effort to attract a higher quantity of higher quality members to the greater fraternity/sorority movement. The message behind this session is the key to Greeks becoming relevant again in the eyes of today’s students, administrators, parents and communities. As soon as you walk in the door...Be Social. Be Excellent.

One of the best ways to fight the negative stereotypes that hold us back is to respond with a strong, visible and real commitment to improved academic performance. If out chapters and communities are truly excellent, it’s time to change the myth that Greeks and Grades don’t mix. By the time Mark’s presentation is over, SNAFU will stand for Situation Normal: All FIXED Up!

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featured speakers Reel Greek: Where Hollywood Boulevard Meets Greek Row Brian Johnson

Saturday 1:45 - 2:45 Pacific 1 Most fraternities and sororities were founded upon the exemplary principles of scholarship and achievement, service, and philanthropy; yet today, popular perception of Greeks is anything but! Brianâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s keynote uses film clips from popular films like Old School, Animal House, Stomp the Yard and College (and many others) to explore the influence of Hollywood on how we view ourselves as members of the Greek community and how we interact within our community. You will be challenged to question what it really means to live in community with others, and to think critically about counteracting the negative public perceptions and promoting the true ideals of these organizations.

Ringing the Doorbell: Saner, Healthier Sex in College Cindy Pierce

Saturday 1:45 - 2:45 Catalina 2 There is not greater emotional minefield for young people than the intimidating world of sex. Her use of social research and anecdotes demystify things like the impact of internet porn, the much lamented imbalance between the sex drives of men and women, the role of alcohol in decision-making and the truly elusive nature of the female orgasm. Cindy will help put sex in a healthy context. Students will walk away with safer, saner expectations around sex. Whether sheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s talking to a group of women struggling with perceived sexual norms, or playing to a room packed with rowdy football players, Cindy is all about shaking people out of their comfort zones.

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jfd\k_`e^ kfjXp We are proud to sponsor this year’s keynote speakers. Hear what our speakers have to say at this year’s WFL/NCGLC Conference:

COREY CIOCCHETTI Chasing Authentic Success Thursday April 7, 7:30 pm

DAVID STOLLMAN Buy In Or Get Out! Saturday, April 9, 9:00 am

T.J. SULLIVAN The Apathy Myth Sunday, April 10, 9:00 am

Corey encourages students to chase the truly important things in life—a solid character, strong personal relationships and a sense of contentment. Lean what it takes to develop character and set priorities.

David confronts members who just don’t “get it” in his funny, interactive and moving style. His message will inspire those that want to care about the core values of Fraternity and Sorority Life.

Student leaders say that member apathy and lack of motivation are the issues that plague them the most. They have the power to eliminate apathy and T.J. has some answers to the most common leadership frustrations.

Please refer to your schedule for other great CAMPUSPEAK speakers featured in conference sessions, including Mike Dilbeck, Brian C. Johnson and Cindy Pierce.

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professional development institute With Carolyn Whittier, Ph.D., Virginia Commonwealth University and Shannon Summerlin, J.D., Texas Christian University

Friday 10:45 - 11:45 am Friday 3:15 - 4:15 pm Friday 4:30 - 5:30 pm Bristol 3 Program Description The 2011 AFA/AFLV Professionals Institute will provide fraternity/sorority professionals the opportunity to enhance their understanding of and effectiveness in their role as a student conduct administrator. As a fraternity/sorority professional, student conduct is part of your work. And while these matters can be stressful, there is no denying that some of the best teachable moments come through the resolution of behavioral situations through student conduct processes. Participants should come prepared to be engaged in thought-provoking conversation about student conduct board training programs, the student conduct process vs. the legal process and double jeopardy. This program will also allow participants the opportunity to learn about developing creative and effective sanctions, implementing ideas related to restorative justice as well as defining relationships among the college/ university, chapters, alumni/ae and inter/national organizations. Intended Learning Outcomes After participating in this program, participants will: • enhance their skills in the Values Aligner and Administrator competencies within AFA’s Core Competencies for Excellence in the Profession • understand the role of the fraternity/sorority advisor in current student conduct practices in higher education • understand how to effectively structure student conduct board • enhance their ability to develop an effective student conduct board training program • understand the difference between the student conduct process and a legal process, including the concept of double jeopardy Program Outline The educational outline of the PI will be based upon the Table of Contents for the Student Conduct Resource Guide and will include content in the following areas: I. The Role of the Campus-Based Fraternity/Sorority Advisor in Student Conduct Investigations and Proceedings II. Structuring a Fraternity/Sorority Conduct Board III. Training Fraternity/Sorority Conduct Boards IV. Fraternity/Sorority Policies vs. Institutional Policies and the Concept of Double Jeopardy V. Developing Creative and Effective Sanctions VI. Defining Relationships among the College/University, Chapters, Alumni/ae, and Inter/National Organizations VII. Case Studies / Role Play

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special conference programs Study Lounge

Huntington Beach 1&2 Sponsored by Gamma Sigma Alpha Looking for a quiet space to study? Special thanks to our friends at Gamma Sigma Alpha for sponsoring a location dedicated to academic excellence. This is a quiet space dedicated to the academic success of our conference attendees.

Advisors Lounge Executive Lounge Sponsored by the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors Host an informal discussion group, reflect on ideas presented at the conference, and exchange ideas with Fraternity/ Sorority Life Advisors, Headquarters Staff, Volunteers, and graduate assistants. Light refreshments will be available part of each day. Complimentary wi-fi is also available within the space.

Silent Auction Outside Laguna 1-3 The Silent Auction will be held in the foyer space near Conference Registration in the Renaissance Hotel. Your contribution benefits the continued success of the Association of Fraternal Leadership & Values. Thank you in advance for your contribution to the 2011 Silent Auction! Happy Bidding!

Friday Night Excursions Downtown Disney Conference attendees can take a bus to Downtown Disney for dinner and shopping. Buses to Downtown Disney will depart at 6:00pm from the hotel and will depart from Downtown Disney at 10pm. Pre-registration for the bus trip will be available at $12 per person. This is limited to the first 110 people who sign up.

Downtown Disney and Twilight Passes to Disneyland Park Conference attendees can take a bus to Downtown Disney for entrance into Disneyland Park. Twilight Tickets for Disneyland park only are included. Buses to Downtown Disney will depart at 6:00pm from the hotel and will depart from Downtown Disney at 11pm. Pre-registration for the bus trip will be available at $68 per person. This is limited to the first 55 people who sign up.

Angels Baseball Game On Friday April 9th, the Angels will face off against the Oakland Aâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. The trip to the Angels baseball game will include reserved terrace box tickets and transportation for $35 per person. The buses to the game will depart at 6pm and return at 11:30pm. This is limited to the first 55 people who sign up.

Hall of Truth Lobby Breezeway Are fraternities and sororities just a place for college students to have fun or are we really here to provide values that change the rule? Let the evidence speak for itself. Fraternal Truth is an interactive display of facts, figures, stories and events that have taken place in fraternities and sororities in the past year. What does it say about who we are?

Order of Omega Case Study Competition The National Order of Omega will help host the Order of Omega Case Study Competition on Saturday April 9th. This exciting opportunity is available to 16 teams. The purpose of the Case Study Competition is to provide an educational learning experience for those undergraduate members of fraternities or sororities as well as fraternity/sorority professionals. Any interested teams must be present for the Saturday morning meeting at 8am. Teams must consists of two people, a Greek Life Professional or Graduate Student and one undergraduate student. Each team will have fifteen (15) minutes to present their Case Study and five (5) minutes to answer any questions from the judges. There will be three places awarded within â&#x20AC;&#x153;Team Aâ&#x20AC;? and three places awarded within â&#x20AC;&#x153;Team Bâ&#x20AC;? presented at the Closing Recognition Banquet, 1st place will receive $250., 2nd place $150., 3rd place $100.

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ed sessions BLOCK ONE THURSDAY, 9:15 - 10:15 PM Diversity According to South Park and Family Guy Balboa Bay 1 South Park and Family Guy are perfect tools for Matt to use to illustrate Leadership in Action and how understanding diversity drives not only how we feel about ourselves, but how we interact with members of the groups we intend to lead. Fraternal Leaders will not only view clips from these programs, but will understand how the underlying hidden messages in these programs are driving behavior in our culture. Everyone will leave with new, educated, visions of how to not only interpret what they are seeing on TV, but how to utilize the ideas to creatively inspire others. Matt Glowacki, Coleman Productions

Where is your line? Balboa Bay 2 This program is a screening of “The Line”, followed by a discussion with filmmaker Nancy Schwartzman. “The Line” is a documentary about a young woman - the filmmaker - who is raped, but her story isn’t cut and dry. Schwartzman confronts her attacker, recording the conversation with a hidden camera. The film explores the tangle of political and cultural questions that surround issues of sex and consent. “The Line” is the jumping off point for an in-depth conversation about the perceived “grey area” in sexual assault, and the myth of the “perfect victim.” During the course of the workshop, students will analyze the complicated and ambivalent ways sexual assault is often framed and understood in our culture. With a sex-positive approach, participants will discuss how to facilitate events and conversations on campus around sexual health and safety, pleasure and consent, and the legal rights and politics surrounding gender violence. Nancy Schwartzman, Media Education Foundation

40 Ways to Detect Hazing and 20 things we can do to change a hazing culture Catalina 1 Detecting hazing is much simpler than hazers would have you believe. We will review hazing practices ranging from subtle to crazo, discuss cultural norms in hazing chapters such as the unofficial executive council, and work on ways to change a hazing culture and confront those who believe in hazing. If you believe in hazing or that it can exist undetected, this session will challenge your beliefs. David Westol, Limberlost Consulting, Inc.

Who Is Taking Care of You? Catalina 2 As a student leader, you give and give. A critical question to ask is “Who is taking care of you?” The session will engage participants in a conversation about some common pitfalls for student leaders – stress, anxiety, unrealistic expectations and poor selfcare/wellness – and how to combat them through relationships with others. Mandy Womack, University of San Diego

Quality over Quantity: The Worlds Greatest Excuse Emerald Bay 1 We say Quality over Quantity... but do we mean it? Or do we mean we really hope the few members we have are quality? Many times we are scared by the thought that “recruiting” means lowering our standards. That by telling more people about the great story which is your fraternal organization you somehow water it down. No, you water down your organization by bringing in people who don’t believe in your cause, who won’t work hard, and don’t meet your criteria. So lets talk about casting a bigger net, moving outside of our comfort zone and finding more people who are qualified and interested in our organization. We will talk strategies on how to do this, and more importantly how to get your members and alumni to also agree. The more people we get interested, then we pick the best from that group, and our chapter continues to grow. Sam Centellas, OutSight Consulting

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ed sessions Build a Community, Not a System Emerald Bay 2 Fraternities and sororities today represent the rich diversity of our campuses. Just because we do things differently doesn’t mean we can’t work together. In this interactive workshop, learn effective techniques to get all of your councils to work together and gain a better understanding of one another. Caitlin Roberts, California State University, Long Beach

Visionary Leadership for Chapter and Council Leaders Emerald Bay 3 Do you know where your chapter is headed? Is your chapter spinning its wheels? Sliding backwards? This session focuses on vision, why it is important to an organization, how to create an effective vision and how to have others take ownership of the vision. Participants will create the short and long term vision for the chapter. Information on how to use the vision to create a strategic plan will also be shared Jamison Keller, California State University, Northridge Elva Pena, California State University, Northridge

Money, Money, Money... MONEY! Fountain Terrace Do you find that you can’t accomplish what you wish you could in your chapter simply because of a lack of funds? Would earning 5% of what your chapter members spend on textbooks help? We’ll show you how. And, we’ll also show you how you can collect what your members owe you more effectively. How to collect what alumni owe in dues. How to accomplish more with less money. And, even how to get others to pay for your success!

From Battlemind To Campus Grind! Our Military Are Coming Home...Are You Ready? Huntington Beach 1&2 Under the new GI Bill, many young men and women who have defended our freedom so valiantly all over the world will be returning home and heading straight to college. They’ll want to be as involved as any other student, but they bring with them a diverse and unique set of circumstances and experiences. They may be a bit older, facing PTSD, infidelity issues, physical and mental wounds, crowd trust issues...the list is endless. Are you ready to recruit them and welcome them into your chapter? Will you recruit them just like any other student? Battlemind is a constant state of high alert and readiness they have lived under. How will this transfer when they enroll on your campus? David Coleman has traveled the world talking to our Military and also canvassed the U.S. educating our Greek leaders. He will use this rare dual insight to provide the best advice he can on how to prepare yourself, your chapter and your campus to form a partnership with our returning Service Members that will improve your campus climate and the lives of all involved. David Coleman, Coleman Productions, Inc.

Positive PR and How to Get It Laguna Beach 1 Learn how your Greek community can create positive public relations on your campus and in your community. Good marketing and public relations go hand in hand to promote a successful Greek experience. Erin MacDonald Peck, National Panhellenic Conference Michelle Mouton, CPH Area Advisor Coordinator West

David Stollman, The Student Union Mark Gallondorn, The Student Union

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ed sessions BLOCK ONE (cont.) THURSDAY, 9:15 - 10:15 PM Can I See You In My Office: Working Collaboratively with your Fraternity/ Sorority Advisor Laguna Beach 2 Student leaders within the fraternity/sorority community have opportunities to work with a wide variety of partners, and one of the most important of those is the campus fraternity/sorority advisor. In this session, representatives of the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors will provide insight to student leaders on how to create a positive and more effective relationship with their campus fraternity/ sorority advisor. He/she is not the enemy - he/she is your greatest ally - come find out why! Johanne Jensen, University of Arizona

The Courage to Challenge: Learning the Art of Positive Confrontation Laguna Beach 3 We are our brothers’ and sisters’ keeper. One of the most vital responsibilities of a leader of a values-based organization is challenging those who are not living up to our standards and expectations. This includes addressing inappropriate behavior or challenging those who inadequately perform their jobs. Yet because of a fear of conflict, too often leaders either fail to confront, or do so inappropriately, with negative consequences. In this workshop, you will discover how leaders can use conflict as an opportunity for positive change and growth. You will learn to master a step-by-step approach for tackling difficult situations that threaten your organization’s integrity and for addressing destructive behaviors that endanger the welfare of your members or the organization. You will identify and assess your own confrontation style(s), find out some common mistakes to avoid, learn tips for more effective interventions, and practice effective communication techniques through role-playing.

Beyond Alcohol: The Other Drug Category Newport Beach 2 Students, by and large, have grown deaf to alcohol awareness programs. They’ve been shocked, calculated blood alcohol content, and warned about sexual predators. Yet, alcohol remains the number one abused drug among college students and hundreds face negative consequences each year due to intoxication. The growing abuse non-medical prescription drugs remains highlighted through media and celebrity tragedies. Misperceptions and myths about alcohol use and abuse persist. This relevant and effective program takes into account the arrival of energy drinks as mixers, prescription drug interactions, and the wide availability of drugs like Rohypnol, the “date rape” drug. Students, advisors, and volunteers can find The Right Mix in this alcohol/other drug program, resetting perceptions and clarifying myths regarding the body’s reaction to alcohol and drugs. Students are enabled to make smarter decisions and healthier choices. Campus and organization leaders will learn valuable information to combat abuse and negative related consequences. Bobby Gordon, CAMPUSPEAK

Caitlyn Zang, San Diego State University

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ed sessions Are We Really Still Talking About Risk Management? Newport Beach 3 While risk management might appear to be an old topic, it continues to be a major issue for student organizations as they continue to face risks with their programs, activities, and the behaviors of some of their members. This program reviews the evolution of risk management, who is at risk and how it can be minimized. The message is as much about responsibility as it is about liability and emphasizes how to keep everyone safe. Rick Barnes, CAMPUSPEAK

BLOCK TWO FRIDAY, 10:45 - 11:45 AM True Colors- Discover Your Unique Gifts and Talents Balboa Bay 1 Have you ever been puzzled about why members in your chapter act the way they do? Did a certain member get on the one last nerve you had left? Well “True Colors” an informal personality scale survey will provide the opportunity for you to demonstrate a better understanding of self and people (e.g., colleagues, supervisors, employees) you work with. PLEASE be prepared to show your “True Colors” in an interactive and friendly setting. Caitlyn Zang, San Diego State University

Peer Conduct Boards - Developing An Accountability System That Works Balboa Bay 2 When the phone call comes in reporting a problem, what do you do? A student-led conduct board is one of the most effective ways to address concerns in a Fraternity and Sorority Community. This session will look at the philosophy behind student-led boards and the developmental model used at USD.

Leadership in Action can take on many forms, but the best Greek Leaders inspire and motivate their group by being the example of what people want for themselves. When asked, “What do you most want in life?” The overwhelming majority always replies, “To Be Happy.” The driving force behind most motivation is the Pursuit of Happiness. This session will explain what happiness actually is, and how to realize it for you. Attending leaders will learn how to integrate the foundations happiness into making a positive impact on student life at their campuses. Matt Glowacki, Coleman Productions

Been There! Dumped That! Are You “All That?” Catalina 1 Tired of feeling lonely or alone on a campus with hundreds, even thousands of students? Wondering how you became a “loser magnet?” Sick of hearing that you’re a “nice guy...great gal...or like a brother or sister to me?” Still wondering why you got dumped from a seemingly wonderful relationship or how you ended up breaking up with someone you once cared for and with whom you envisioned a bright future? Reporting “on-line” to be “in a relationship” is a far cry from actually being in one. It is proven that a satisfying, successful relationship improves your selfconcept and makes you a bit better at everything you do, so let David Coleman, The Dating Doctor, help you navigate the sometimes treacherous waters of dating, sex, attraction, love and relating. In a humorous, yet challenging way, David will show you how to form, mend and sustain healthy relationships. He’ll cover: Who controls relationships and why, why pick-up lines fail, subtle signs we exhibit when romantically interested in another, profound differences between men and women, The ABC’s of Initial Interest, the five characteristics of healthy relationships, the three types of love, breaking up, long-distance relationships, interchapter dating and more. David Coleman, Coleman Productions, Inc.

Mandy Womack, University of San Diego Christina Wellhouser, University of San Diego

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ed sessions BLOCK TWO (cont.) FRIDAY, 10:45 - 11:45 AM Dynamic Recruitment for Sororities Catalina 2 We believe that good recruitment happens 365 days a year in a very consistent and strategic way. Recruitment happens everyday regardless of whether chapters give bids one time a year or all year long. Recruitment happens everyday regardless if chapters only participate in a formal recruitment process or do Continuous Recruitment both semesters. Recruitment is everyone’s responsibility - panhellenic officers and chapters. Dynamic Recruitment is the process we use to help sorority women conceptualize what good year round recruitment is. It centers around a Names List – a list of every non-Greek woman they know and builds based on how we add more names to the list (make new friends) and take names off the list (turn our friends into members). This session is centered around teaching this process to the sorority women with examples, ideas, and resources – we tell them exactly what they need to do to grow their Panhellenic COMMUNITY or individual CHAPTER in quantity and/ or quality – year-round. Jessica Gendron Williams, Phired Up Productions

School Haze: Does Pledging Really Produce Premium Product? The Evolution of New Member Processes in Black Greek Lettered Organizations Emerald Bay 1 Paper v. Pledge. Process v. Performance. Passion v. Purpose. This highly interactive and engaging session empowers participants with practical, short term and long term solutions for addressing what has evolved into an illegal and dangerous underground process. The facilitator creatively blends history, audience participation, African traditions and the mass media’s influences through pop culture to examine the mutation of a once legal pledge process. New professionals, graduate students and non-NPHC members are encouraged to attend.

Big Ideas for Small Chapters Emerald Bay 2 Let’s get creative, so bring your best, biggest and brightest ideas related to chapter/council programming, time management, academics, intake, community service, brotherhood/sisterhood etc.! Through discussion, sharing ideas and brainstorming participants will leave with new ideas for taking their chapter to the next level! Blake Balajadia, San Jose State University

Student Leadership Training with an Attitude Emerald Bay 3 This interactive workshop will explore the different skills needed for Student Leaders to become elements of social change on their campus and their Greek organizations. Through a series of experiential activities the participants will work to establish an understanding of the“Relational Leadership”approach. Relational Leadership centers around a T.E.A.M. approach to group successes. Participants understand how their interactions and relationships with each other have a large impact on their organization and the campus community. Christopher Irving, The Miller Institute for Leadership & Diversity

Hazing - When Will It End? Fountain Terrace This program takes an honest look at hazing, the problems it causes and the reasons it continues to exist on campus. Participants are challenged to take a serious look at how the work with their newest members. Hazing definitions are covered. Organization principles violated by hazing are highlighted. Necessary changes in moving from historical training of new members to a more contemporary role of new member education are addressed. Rick Barnes, CAMPUSPEAK

Rasheed-Ali Cromwell, The Harbor Institute

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ed sessions The Best Job Ever Huntington Beach 1&2

Seriously? Laguna Beach 3

Fraternity/sorority advising is the best job ever for Does what you eat and drink have that much of a those who are interested in ensuring the future of difference on how you feel? If you’re not overweight fraternities and sororities on the college campus. that means your healthy, right? Are you the first one If you are interested in exploring working for your to get sick or always fighting something? Most college inter/national fraternity or sorority or exploring the students don’t give a lot of thought to their diet or profession of being a campus-based fraternity/sorority what they drink. This deep topic served up with lots of advisor, this program is for you. Graduate school humor, spice and practical advice that’s easy to digest. preparation programs and typical job responsibilities You’ll leave this session with information that will help will be discussed. Representatives of the Association of you decide how to evaluate habits you are developing Fraternity/Sorority Advisors will provide information in college that will be your partners for life. that will give you recommendations on a great path to Lori Hanson, Learn2Balance an amazing job! Johanne Jensen, University of Arizona

Budgeting, Collecting and Everything Finance Laguna Beach 1 The economy out there is still tough, so how do you keep doing the things your members want to do without spending as much money? This session will focus on how to improve your chapter’s overall finances. Through proper budgeting, planning and membership accountability you can give your members the most for their money. Michael Wilson, Kappa Alpha Order

Why Do You Hate Me? Laguna Beach 2

Social Justice: When Diversity Isn’t Enough Newport Beach 1 As words like diversity, multiculturalism, acceptance, and tolerance fade in popularity, it is imperative that one’s social justice skills are sharp. Current social justice advocates can learn tricks of the trade to improve their own work. Folks just starting out or still asking questions can use this space to recognize where they are coming from and how to be a social justice advocate. Jessica Pettitt, I am... Social Justice

NPC Release Figure Method Newport Beach 2

NPC’s Release Figure Method (RFM) has changed the CYBERBULLYING, TEXTING, SEXTING, DRUGS, SEX, landscape of NPC recruitment as we implemented ALCOHOL.. What behaviors are you participating in RFM on more than 400 campuses. Our experiences in that can been seen as self-hate? Why do students hate implementing have helped us refine our approach to other students? Brent Scarpo’s program, Why Do You and the way we think about recruitment. We will use Hate Me? answers all these questions and more. Brent data collected from those implementations to provide takes his collective experiences and shares with his the background and rationale for our approach and audience not only the issues of hate and diversity but share information about new NPC recruitment rules. also self-hate and how it affects our self-confidence, self-esteem and self-worth. We answer the question, Deanna Detchemendy, National President, NPC RFM What is it that we love so little about ourselves that we Committee Laura Lynn Davidson, NPC RFM Committee feel a need to hate someone else or ourselves?

Brent Scarpo, Red Balloon Holdings Inc.

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ed sessions BLOCK TWO (cont.) FRIDAY, 10:45 - 11:45 AM A Night to Forget Newport Beach 3 Sexual assault is not just a women’s issue, it can affect all of us, even the most invincible of men. Listen to the real life stories of the presenter as he takes you through his college nights of fun, nights of mischief, and one night to forget. Dan Faill, Loyola Marymount University

BLOCK THREE FRIDAY, 3:15 - 4:15 PM Ask The Experts Pacific Ballroom Foyer Having a problem? We have answers! As a panel of experts, we are here to serve as a resource for you. We are able to offer advice and answer questions related to chapter member motivation, expansion, hazing, poor grades and any other topics your council or chapter may be facing. This session has a new format and does not require pre-registration. Come with questions and we will help you come up with solutions!

NPC Judicial Process Balboa Bay 1 This step by step discussion on the NPC judicial procedures will allow participants to understand the rationale behind the process and provide a clear understanding of how to implement the process successfully on their campus. Real life scenarios will be discussed and explanations given regarding the outcomes of the judicial appeals presented. Lisa Holliday, National Panhellenic Conference

Embracing Real Beauty Balboa Bay 2 Stacy speaks to men and women about the role they can each play in incrementally changing the message that young women receive. It begins at an individual level, she tells audiences. “Only when we start reinforcing positive body image in our groups and in our communities, can we start a real wave of change.” Stacy is a fantastic choice for eating disorders and body image awareness week observances. She is also a popular choice for women’s conferences, Panhellenic education and awareness events, new student orientation and current ideas and issues series. “This is my time to encourage and help women feel great about themselves no matter what they weigh or look like,” she said. “Women have surrendered to diets and insane eating habits to live up to social stereotypes for too long. It’s time that all women felt beautiful in their own skin.” Stacy Nadeau, CAMPUSPEAK

Connecting “Majorities” to the Multicultural Community Catalina 1 Around the country colleges and universities are trying to “figure out” this phenomenon we call diversity. Most institutions state that “diversity is everyone’s responsibility,” which sounds good, but is everyone prepared for the challenges that such work brings? Sorority and fraternity leaders (students and professionals) are being asked to increase diversity within their ranks. Traditionally, however, engaging with diversity and inclusion often means focusing on the “minority,” with little to no attention paid to the predominant groups and the opportunities they have to create change. This session is meant for majorities who desire to move beyond surface sensitivity to building authentic relationships and critical engagement with diversity issues. We will emphasize self awareness, understanding our own identities, and methods to practice real multicultural inclusion-including those who are White, male, heterosexual, American, affluent, and Christian. All are diverse and all are welcome! Brian Johnson, CAMPUSPEAK

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ed sessions Recruitment Boot Camp: Skills Training Catalina 2 There is a lot out there teaching you how to get your sisters or brothers in contact with potential members. So what happens when they are in the same room? If your members can’t effectively communicate the purpose, values, mission and their own personal passion for the organization, why bother getting them together? You don’t need to pay someone to come teach your members the basic recruiting skills they. Come learn how to be the trainer yourself! Everything from verbal and non-verbal cues, good and bad questions to ask, as well as how cold, warm and hot leads should be handled. What is an elevator pitch? How do you price condition a potential member? What does that even mean!? Come and learn not only these basics but how to TEACH them to your members. Tom Healy, CAMPUSPEAK, Inc.

Intake Equation Part 1 Emerald Bay 1 The Intake Equation gives Black, Latino, Asian, and culturally-based Greeks a chance to openly and honestly discuss the most critical issues facing their organizations. From the elimination of hazing to the thoughtful intake of quality members, this program takes a very real and hard-hitting approach to the hurdles each of these groups face. If you want to get REAL about the tough issues facing your groups, this is your chance. No filters, no public relations, no niceties. Created by members of these groups, The Intake Equation will help you develop actionable ideas to help you build and maintain a legacy of success with your organization in a constantly changing world and campus environment. Best of all, you will learn how to shape your membership in a manner consistent with the mission and values of your organization. Maria Iglesia, National APIA Panhellenic Association & University of California, Berkley

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Ladder of Risk: Cultural Greek Edition Emerald Bay 2 Have you ever wondered how to make your dance parties safer? Ladder of Risk: Cultural Greek Edition will allow attendees to gain a better understanding of good risk management procedures, including an intensive look into compliant social event planning, specifically for culturally based fraternities and sororities. Caitlin Roberts, California State University, Long Beach Carol Preston, Wittenberg University

Under the Influence . . . of Stress Emerald Bay 3 Life is stressful! Students tend to worry about grades, relationships, jobs, money and their future in general. University professionals worry about these students as well as the stressors in their own lives – the economy, budgets, time management, character-development and work relationships to name a few. This discussion deals with stress and the physical and mental problems caused by an excessively stressful life. Stress is defined and its mental and physical manifestations analyzed. A stress test is given so you can determine your current stress level. This test is followed with twenty meaningful and fun ways to de-stress from your distress. Corey Ciocchetti, University of Denver

Shared Values: Drive-By Conversations Fountain Terrace Fraternities and sororities have many shared values. As members we are expected to support these values and live to them as best we can. This is a very interactive conversation about our values and the challenges associated with shared values within our communities. We’ll have lots of fun as we discuss our values and look at the role of leadership in building commitment to our organizations. Rick Barnes, CAMPUSPEAK

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ed sessions BLOCK THREE (cont.) FRIDAY, 3:15 - 4:15 PM No Money, Mo Problems: The ABCs of Resource-Raising Huntington Beach 1&2 Fundraising is good, but resource-raising (money, time, products, volunteers and more) is dynamite! Nowâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the time to find out how the ABCs (Alumni/ Alumnae, Businesses, and Collaborations) of resourceraising can make your organization, council, and community shine like a firework. At this pop cultureinspired program, youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll learn and share secrets about how to find, utilize, and maintain resources from anyone, even if itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the only girl in the world. Find all the popular song titles in this blurb, bring them to the program, and enter win a prize like a G6 (not actually a G6 jet). Brandon Tsubaki, University of California, Berkeley

From Group to Team - Robertâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Rules Made Simple Laguna Beach 1 Susan Leahy has been blowing boards away with her high energy, interactive Robertâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Rules of Order training. She not only makes this boring subject interesting and fun she motivates her participants to want to learn Roberts Rules of Order because it is a life skill. Susan will show you how to use Parliamentary Procedure as a team building tool. Stop wasting time and start getting work done, Learn how to run great meetings. Meetings are a way of life. Stop wasting life in poorly run meetings. Susan will show you RobertRulesMadeSimple. Susan Leahy, www.RobertsRulesMadeSimple.com

Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Worse than You Think, the Hidden Dangers of Eating Disorders Laguna Beach 2 College students deal with stress and peer pressure in a variety of ways. Drug and alcohol awareness is readily available and discussed; eating disorders are still in the background. The numbers of students choosing this path are staggering; over 30% of college students-not all female. Sorority numbers are higher. To help your students you need to understand this behavior and be comfortable talking about it. As advisors you owe it to your students to bring awareness to this epidemic. Lori Hanson, Learn2Balance

Navigating Diversity on Your Campus Laguna Beach 3 Far too many students on our campuses have to confront bias, discrimination, and prejudice. This workshop will involve different techniques that student leaders can utilize to recognize issues of diversity within their college community. This workshop will focus on developing self-awareness in students. We help students learn to identify biased attitudes (their own and others) and explore strategies for dealing effectively with prejudice. Our goal is to help students become leaders on their campuses, empowering them to create a more accepting, equitable campus environment. Christopher Irving, The Miller Institute for Leadership & Diversity Dr. Judith Springer, The Miller Institute for Leadership & Diversity

IFC: What you Should and Could be Doing Newport Beach 1 Not sure what your IFC should be doing? Were your transitioned poorly and the person before did not tell you what to do? Find out the keys to leading a successful IFC. Brian Clarke, University of California, Irvine

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ed sessions Planning the Perfect Party

Advancing Authentic Sisterhood

Newport Beach 2

Balboa Bay 1

Are you tired of being told what not to do when it comes to your parties? If so, this session will explore things you can and should do to have the “Perfect Party.” Come and learn how to have fun and not wind up on the front page of the newspaper. Michael Wilson, Kappa Alpha Order

Naysayers, Crickets and Whiners: Overcoming Barriers to Change Newport Beach 3 You have some great ideas that would take fraternity/ sorority life to a new level, but there’s one problem standing in the way: your members. There’s a Naysayer who will shoot down any new idea, a Traditionalist who wants everything to be like ‘the old days,’ and the Crickets who stare blankly into space and say nothing. Not to mention the Voice, the Whiner, and the Blockade. They will say things like “we’ve always done it this way.” “That’s dumb.” Or, “that sounds like a lot of work.” Your success is not determined by their excuses, but by how you respond to them. Join us for a fun and empowering session to gain techniques for working with Naysayers, Crickets, Whiners and more. Leave with new leadership skills and hundreds of powerful responses to the worst excuses that your members might throw at you. Dan Wrona, RISE Partnerships

BLOCK FOUR FRIDAY, 4:30 - 5:30 PM

“We have the good fortune to know everyday of our lives that sisterhood is concretely possible, that sisterhood is still powerful”, writes women’s studies scholar bell hooks. As sorority women we might be the first to agree with this statement however are we truly living up to the ideal of sisterhood and leadership our founders envisioned for our organizations? This session will provide an open and safe space for sorority women to reflect on specific situations in which they were made to feel unloved by fellow Greek women, or perhaps made other Greek women feel unloved. Together we will design action steps for how to serve as compassionate leaders and bring about authentic sisterhood in our organizations and among all Greek women. Breyn Hibbs, University of San Diego Melissa Lucas, University of San Diego

More Than “Mandatory” Balboa Bay 2 Motivation and enthusiasm can be two tough words in Fraternity and Sorority Life. This session will look at ways to keep your community engaged in the programs offered and progress you want to make! Officers not functioning well, people not following through... This session will engage in dialogue and share ideas for motivating others other than making things “mandatory”! Mandy Womack, University of San Diego Christina Wellhouser, University of San Diego

Ask The Experts Pacific Ballroom Foyer Having a problem? We have answers! As a panel of experts, we are here to serve as a resource for you. We are able to offer advice and answer questions related to chapter member motivation, expansion, hazing, poor grades and any other topics your council or chapter may be facing. This session has a new format and does not require pre-registration. Come with questions and we will help you come up with solutions!

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ed sessions BLOCK FOUR (cont.) FRIDAY, 4:30 - 5:30 PM Recruitment Boot Camp: The Council’s Plan for Success! Pacific 1 Invest 3.5 hours and we GUARANTEE the plan you leave with will increase your system recruitment numbers by 10%. If you don’t get the results we promise by doing what we teach, we’ll pay for one AFLV registration next year per council. Sound good? Fraternity council officers might manage a formal recruitment process well, and even do some great advertising beforehand. But that is like the person that can cram for finals really well. No matter how hard they work, they can never achieving their true potential. True success comes from the council encouraging and coordinating their own efforts with that of chapters who are effectively doing their job all year long. This plan is more than sales skills and event ideas. It involves a sophisticated social media and branding campaign, effective compilation and use of market research, ongoing education initiatives and more. Tom Healy, CAMPUSPEAK, Inc. Dan Faill, Loyola Marymount

Risk Management Inside Out: Questions from the field Catalina 1 Policies are one thing, but understanding the “why” and the“how”of policies is quite another. In this session we will consider over thirty questions submitted to the presenter in his role as Director of Policy Interpretation for FIPG--the Fraternal Information and Programming Group. We will consider why policies were formed and how those have changed. We’ll also outline questions received during the past four years as well as work with those from the audience. David Westol, Limberlost Consulting, Inc.

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The Choice Catalina 2 They say we’re part of the fraternal movement, but what does that mean? Where are we going? What is the Truth about fraternity/sorority life, and what is its fate? In large part, the answer to that question depends on you. Many times throughout your membership, you will be called upon to make a choice. You will face moments that demand leadership: moments of vision, conviction, assistance, and accountability. Your choices in those moments can either advance or impede the fraternal movement. Are you ready to make the right choices? Join us for an in depth discussion of The Truth about fraternity/sorority life, The Choices you will be asked to make, and the power we have to promote ideals and provide values that change the world. Dan Wrona, RISE Partnerships

Intake Equation Part 2 Emerald Bay 1 The session is a continuation of the Intake Equation Part I. The Intake Equation gives Black, Latino, Asian, and culturally-based Greeks a chance to openly and honestly discuss the most critical issues facing their organizations. From the elimination of hazing to the thoughtful intake of quality members, this program takes a very real and hard-hitting approach to the hurdles each of these groups face. If you want to get REAL about the tough issues facing your groups, this is your chance. No filters, no public relations, no niceties. Created by members of these groups, The Intake Equation will help you develop actionable ideas to help you build and maintain a legacy of success with your organization in a constantly changing world and campus environment. Best of all, you will learn how to shape your membership in a manner consistent with the mission and values of your organization. Maria Iglesia, National APIA Panhellenic Association & University of California, Berkley

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ed sessions NPHC and MGC - Finding your purpose on the Yard Emerald Bay 2 Are you having trouble creating unity amongst your NPHC or MGC council? Have you ever wondered what the purpose of your council is? Often people wonder about the purpose of an NPHC or MGC council when so much work is done for our individual chapters. This session will help you to understand the mission of NPHC and MGC as a council, and ways that you can use this to help create a purpose for your campus. We will also discuss ways for you to create unity amongst all NPHC and MGC organizations, present a positive image for our organizations, and how culturally based Greek organizations fit into the greater Greek Community. Jeanine Menolascino, University of Nevada, Reno

Are You a GREEK Leader Prepared to Impact the World? Emerald Bay 3 Throughout the world, everyone is being impacted by some major crisis or problem. In order to overcome some of these major issues affecting our communities, nation, and world, it’s going to take effective leadership. Therefore, with studies revealing that in the next 5 to 10 years, almost 50% of the top executives in the United States will be retiring from major leadership position, the question for our younger generation becomes “Are YOU a leader prepared to impact the world?” In the powerful, engaging, enlightening, and very inspirational presentation, Joshua Fredenburg not only provides emerging leaders from the GREEK community with essential practical and applicable leadership skills that will help emerging leaders make an impact in college and beyond right now, but he provides them insightful information on why it’s essential that leaders of fraternities and sororities carry out the tradition of effective leadership within the Greek Community. Joshua Fredenburg, Vision XY

The Anatomy of Power Fountain Terrace What does leadership power mean to you? A spiritual master once said, “Not the power to conquer others, but the power to become ONE with others, is the ultimate power.” Where do we find “power” within our fraternity and sorority communities? Let’s talk about that - let’s figure out where the power lies within our organizations and our communities so we can actually utilize that power to move forward. Rick Barnes, CAMPUSPEAK

Inspiring Creativity for Greek Leaders Huntington Beach 1&2 Cultivate new playful and creative ideas as Greek leaders. Stop the same old programming and stimulate more creativity from your members. Tap into your organization’s mental resources of creative programming. Release the hidden talents and passions of any diverse group that you lead. Awaken your members to think and see differently as leaders. Recharge the excitement of annual traditional events and add more SPARK to them. Challenge yourself and everyone to play with creativity and imagination! Learn simple tools to stimulate new ideas and inspire innovation within your TEAM. Put your creative thinking caps on as you exchange different concepts with other fellow leaders and colleges. You’ll not only think more creatively you will also become more passionate for new programs, events, and meetings. Create a strong TEAM that loves doing new things that people will remember long after you’ve graduated and moved on. Hajii Otto, Master Stress 101®

How to improve your Order of Omega chapter Laguna Beach 1 A roundtable discussion on how you can improve your Order of Omega chapter with better programs and better leadership. Kent Gardner, Order of Omega Mardie Sorensen, Order of Omega

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ed sessions BLOCK FOUR (cont.) FRIDAY, 4:30 - 5:30 PM Stop Networking… Start Connecting: Get Better Grades, Get Hired and Achieve Your Dreams! Laguna Beach 2 It’s NOT what you know, it’s NOT EVEN who you know… it’s who you understand. So, whether you want to increase your GPA, land your dream job, recruit more quality members or travel the world, this session is for you. Hoan Do landed a major position as a corporate trainer right out of college, received media acclaim, and generated up to $8,000 in donations from major companies. He will share strategies that will help you to create meaningful connections that will support you in achieving your dreams. You will learn: how to eliminate nervousness when new meeting people, how to instantly connect with anybody regardless of age, background or experience, and how to get people to go out of their way to help YOU get what YOU want in your life!

Taking Action for ALLIES: Fraternity & Sorority LGBT Climate Test Newport Beach 1 Never underestimate the power an ally. For over a decade, the Lambda 10 Project has educated and advocated for greater visibility and awareness on LGBT issues within fraternities and sororities. Now it’s time for ALLIES to take the TEST! Participants will engage on proactive strategies to create change and learn how to improve based on the national LGBT Climate Self-Test for fraternal organizations. Shane Windmeyer, Lambda 10 Project, an initiative of Campus Pride

Identifying and Engaging your ALUMNI Newport Beach 2 “We never see our alumni...” Heard this before? This session will focus on how you can identify and engage your alumni now and in the future. Come learn how to reconnect with lost alumni and continue to engage everyone from recent graduates to those who remember the “good ole days.”

Hoan Do, Coleman Productions

Michael Wilson, Kappa Alpha Order

NPC Extension

Teambuilders That Don’t Suck

Laguna Beach 3 As more and more women enroll in college our Panhellenic systems are growing rapidly. The National Panhellenic Conference aims to give every woman who desires one a sorority experience. Learn how to identify when your campus is ripe for Panhellenic extension and how to navigate the extension process to maximize success on your campus. Darla Dakin, NPC Recruitment Committee Chairman

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Newport Beach 3 Wanna make sure your members don’t fall asleep at the next retreat AND have fun at the same time? This session will get participants up and moving around with activities designed with fun and education rolled into one. Even your members with “cool caps” will have a great time. Dan Faill, Loyola Marymount University

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ed sessions BLOCK FIVE SATURDAY, 10:45 - 11:45 AM How to Support a Sexual Assault Survivor Balboa Bay 1 It is extremely important after a rape or attempted sexual assault to be a rape SURVIVOR and not a rape VICTIM. Rape has been called â&#x20AC;&#x153;the murder of the soulâ&#x20AC;?. However, with help you CAN survive and help others to survive. So many men and women donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know how to support a rape survivor. It is said that how the first person you tell reacts shapes how you will recover. Learn how to react and what to say if someone tells you about their rape. Andrea will briefly share the story of her daughter, Kristin, who was raped by a â&#x20AC;&#x153;friendâ&#x20AC;? in August of 1995. She subsequently committed suicide on New Yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Eve, 1995. Her boyfriend broke up with her when Kristin told him about the rape. If he had known how to support her, she might not have slipped into such a severe depression. When you leave this session you will have the tools to support a sexual assault survivor and start them on the road to healing. Andrea Cooper, Kristinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Story, LLC

RISK! and Crisis Management: Not Just a Nerdy Game of Global Domination Balboa Bay 2 Are you prepared for a crisis on your campus? The unfortunate reality is that fraternity and sorority communities across the country are experiencing serious injuries, fatalities, substantial property damage, and other crises. Find out more about how to reduce the likelihood, managing, and aftermath of crises. Learn about best practices and how to create a plan for your chapter, council, and community.

Lessons in Developing Volunteer Advisors Bristol 1 How do you deal with a Dictator? A Rookie? The Politician? The Ghost? Alumni volunteers can play any number of roles, but which one is right? Which role is best? And how do you deal with the challenges of working with each one? After four years of training volunteer advisors on the skills to support students as they navigate the complicated terrain of leadership, we have learned some important lessons about how to cultivate a positive relationship with advisors and how to keep them aligned and engaged with the communityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s mission. Attend this session to learn some of those lessons, and discover four basic guidelines for volunteer development in the 21st century. Youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll leave with a few new techniques and a strategy for cultivating a stronger advisor base in your own community. Dan Wrona, RISE Partnerships

Finding Passion and Purpose in Life - The Six Secret Steps Bristol 3 Are you wondering what LIFE is truly all about? What are you REALLY going to do after college? More and more, college students are wanting to find Passion and Purpose in Life Brent Scarpoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s program, Finding Passion and Purpose - The Six Secret Steps has been presented at numerous corporations, colleges, universities and associations. Participants leave the program revitalized, renewed with a new sense of passion and purpose for their lives. During this program, you will discover The Six Secret Steps of having a complete and wonderful life no matter what place you might be in your college education. Brent Scarpo, Red Balloon Holdings Inc.

Brandon Tsubaki, University of California, Berkeley

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ed sessions BLOCK FIVE (cont.) SATURDAY, 10:45 - 11:45 AM Dynamic Recruitment for Fraternities Catalina 1 The #1 Fraternity Recruitment Education Program in the Country! Drive a high quantity of high quality men into your fraternities this year. Phired Up’s Dynamic Recruitment program is experienced at over 150 campuses and conferences each year. This fun, funny, challenging, and practical program isn’t just a good presentation… IT GETS RESULTS! Organizations and campus communities have doubled, tripled, and grown by over 600% after learning Dynamic Recruitment. Leave with the knowledge, skill and attitude necessary to recruit the best of the best men this year. Vince Fabra, Phired Up Productions

Multicultural Greek Movement Open Forum Emerald Bay 1 Do you worry about how to engage members at delegate meetings? Do you struggle to get volunteers for the council service projects? Are you concerned that your members are not involved in the larger fraternity and sorority life community? If so, you are not alone. Come to this session to meet officers and chapter leaders of culturally-based Greek councils from other schools to learn about issues and concerns they are experiencing. The goal for this session is to connect with others who share similar concerns and collaboratively develop solutions! Maria Iglesia, National APIA Panhellenic Association & University of California, Berkley

Chapter Event Programming Best Practice: Avoid Over Programming Emerald Bay 2

Standards Boards: 21 Ways to Improve Accountability Catalina 2 Most fraternity and sorority communities have standards boards, and most are organized and have a procedure to follow. But, many do not function or function ineffectively. In our Pathway we will consider a number of ways to improve standards boards at all levels with a focus upon procedures, getting to a good decision and the simple aspect of courage to do the right things. David Westol, Limberlost Consulting, Inc.

This workshop will allow chapter leaders and students to avoid one of the most common mistakes organizations/chapters make: over programming. Organizations/chapters in an effort to accomplish many events and philanthropic efforts get saturated with events that chapter can not keep up with and provide the quality of work and programming to make an event a complete success. The bottom line can affect how any events are perceived, annual sponsorships, and overall goals. Beatrice Barragan, Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Inc.

How to get the most out of your NPC membership Emerald Bay 3 Maximize your relationship with the National Panhellenic Conference. Are you aware of the free resources available to your chapters and college Panhellenic through NPC? Find out about best practices, available resources, utilizing your area advisors and much more. Michelle Mouton, CPH Area Advisor Coordinator West Donna King, Former CPH Area Advisor Coordinator West

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ed sessions Is the AFLV Awards & Assessment Process really worth the time and attention? Huntington Beach 1&2 This program has been designed to take a critical look inside the AFLV Awards and Assessment process. What are the benefits of engaging in the Awards and Assessment program for fraternity/sorority communities? How can campus-based professionals help encourage student leaders to engage in the process without feeling overwhelmed themselves? Is the process actually manageable? This educational program has been designed with the busy lives of campus-based professionals in mind. Participants will walk away with a better understanding of why the Awards & Assessment program is designed the way it is and how they can partner with their student leaders to not only gain recognition for the powerful work being done in their communities, but use the process to take their work to the next level. Samantha Armstrong, AFLV Jenni Adams, Cal Poly Pomona

Social Media: The Good and The Bad Laguna Beach 1 Social media has proven that it can be a cause for good, but today the line between daily life and online life is almost nonexistent. This program will take a look at how social media is being used to benefit and enrich the experiences of individuals and organizations, but it will also examine the drawbacks to an increasingly joined real/digital life. With increasing proliferation of services and devices, managing an online presence in a manner consistent with stated organizational goals and beliefs has never been more important. Social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, geo-location, and other services will be discussed. Additionally, situations where these platforms work at cross purposes to individual and organizational values and mission will be examined.

The Powerful Persuasive Greek Leader Laguna Beach 2 Stop the frustration and make people want to follow you! Discover key elements to create positive changes, to develop cohesive teams, and to mentor new leaders. Learn how to communicate effectively with different leadership styles. Get your organization moving and shaking into ACTION, by getting the entire team behind you! We will discuss: Are you a convincing Greek Leader that makes people want to follow you? Are you able to share your vision and motivate your members? Why do some leaders always seem to win the hearts of their members while others seem to be invisible to the organization? Stop wondering and find out how to become more persuasive as a Greek leader in your organization, college, or community Learn subtle techniques that will help you have the “Celebrity Star Power” of persuasion. Attract attention fast in a large pool of fellow leaders and get instantly noticed! Hajii Otto, Master Stress 101®

Can You Manage To LEAD? Laguna Beach 3 In this workshop you will learn how to stop managing and how to start leading. This workshop takes an interactive look at modern day leadership success and the need for better and more effective fraternity/ sorority leaders. Through group discussion, an indoor obstacle course, and your active participation get ready to walk away with: Tools to evaluate yourself and your fraternity/sorority, Resources to positively impact people around you, Why you should always L.I.E., Your leadership action plan to begin impacting your fraternity/sorority and campus as soon as you leave. Why manage, when you can lead! You will see why leadership is more than talk, when you realize that you CAN Manage to LEAD! Justin Jones-Fosu, CAMPUSPEAK

Thomas Martin, Beta Theta Pi Volunteer

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ed sessions BLOCK FIVE (cont.) SATURDAY, 10:45 - 11:45 AM Suicide Prevention: Be a Shining Light of Hope Newport Beach 1 Student suicide is a campus tragedy that is preventable and many campuses are beginning to address on many fronts. Students have friends who attempt or die by suicide, and their communities will deal with issues of fear, grief and recovering from tragedy. In her program, “Be a Shining Light of Hope,” Sally offers campus community members inspiration and a solid understanding of the mental health and community issues surrounding suicide. On the individual level, she discusses the factors that drive individuals to consider or attempt suicide, and she offers friends a set of warning signs to watch for. On the community level, she helps participants consider the prevention, intervention and response strategies that really work. As a psychologist, mental health advocate and survivor of her brother’s suicide, Sally uses storytelling, statistics and solid research and hits all the angles. Sally Spencer-Thomas, Carson J Spencer Foundation/ CAMPUSPEAK

Exclusive or Selective Membership Criteria: Are we crossing the line of Social Justice? Newport Beach 2 Our fraternity/sorority membership practices exclusive or selective? Our we making judgements or decisions about people? How can we give everyone the opportunity for a fraternity/sorority experience, not just those that we closely identify with, while not sacrificing what the organization stands for? This is a tough conversation - let’s begin it together at the intersection of tradition and new experiences. Come learn from and dialogue with the Social Justice Expert and the Recruitment Expert!

Image is Everything! Newport Beach 3 They wouldn’t spend millions of dollars each year on product and company campaigns if they didn’t have an impact. You don’t need millions to take advantage of this session – you just need passion and a willingness to manage or change the image of your campus Greek Community, Fraternity or Sorority. Learn how to create the kind of change that will yield campus impact. You’ll walk away with new ideas that you can put into practice as soon as you return home. Steven Latour, Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity, Inc.

BLOCK SIX SATURDAY, 3:00 - 4:00 PM Red Carpet Worthy AFLV Awards & Assessment Submissions Balboa Bay 1 Are you a council officer that wants your campus to receive national recognition for the work you do? Would you like to ensure that your community is excelling in all it does? Come learn how the AFLV Awards and Assessment process can highlight the great things you are doing and help take your work and your Greek Community to the next level. The AFLV Awards & Assessment process is all about helping council officers and fraternity/sorority communities go from good to great. This program is guaranteed to help you look at ways you can make your AFLV Awards & Assessment submissions red carpet worthy! Samantha Armstrong, AFLV Jenni Adams, Cal Poly Pomona

Jessica Pettitt, I am... Social Justice

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ed sessions Council Collaboration: Empowering Girls & Women

Kristin’s Story: a mother’s account of rape, depression, suicide, and hope.

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As women in a global community, sorority leaders are uniquely poised to make a significant and immediate impact. Imagine the collective power of sorority women when our efforts are collaborative, strategic, and impactful! Through strategic and yet simple fundand awareness-raising initiatives sorority women and their councils can begin to It will offer a call to action to help lift our global sisters out of poverty and oppression. This session will expose participants to the critical issues of impoverished and oppressed women. At the same time it will be an inspiring and action-oriented session as women continue to positively impact our world-wide community. Ashley Dye, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Invite. Teach. Inspire. Don’t preach – They’ll Lick the Cactus Anyway. Bristol 1 You have great information, a cause, and your peers’ best interests at heart. You want to help them make good choices. Sadly, sometimes tragically, they ignore you and insist on learning things the hard way, don’t they? What not to do: try harder, speak louder, use scare tactics, and preach. What to do: Share your passion, offer invitations, encourage, and listen all the while. When people arrive at a college campus they’ll find a community to join. Let’s explore four effective ways to help them find the right one: utilize your passion to make them listen, make sure they feel listened to, make them feel included as opposed to cajoled, and encourage them to try new things until they find the right one. Tyson Wooters, CAMPUSPEAK

Promoting Academic Excellence Bristol 3

“Kristin’s Story” is the personal account of Andrea’s daughter, Kristin, who was raped by a “friend”, went into a deep depression, and committed suicide. Andrea discusses what she learned about the rape, the depression seen by her sorority sisters, and resulting suicide. Andrea stresses the importance of friends and relatives recognizing the signs of depression, if someone is possibly suicidal, how to support the survivor and stressing the importance of getting her or him help. By some estimates, one in four women will be sexually assaulted or have been a victim of attempted assault during her college career. How can family, friends, sorority sisters and fraternity brothers, professors and advisors help? Andrea Cooper, Delta Delta Delta

Strategies for Over-programmed Chapters: Tightening Up Your Calendar, Getting Rid of “Mandatory,” and Improving Morale Catalina 2 One of the greatest obstacles to member morale is a calendar filled to the top with mandatory events. If you find yourself constantly fining members to force them to attend and participate, the problem isn’t your members’ apathy. The problem is that you’re expecting too much and your calendar has gotten out of control. You need to reduce your expectations of member participation to a more reasonable level. T.J. will introduce seven specific strategies to help you get your group’s calendar to a reasonable place so and reduce the burden on your members and improve their attitude about the fraternity/sorority experience. T.J. Sullivan, CAMPUSPEAK

Supporting our sisters through academics should be a primary focus of any College Panhellenic. Learn how to capitalize on the resources available to you to improve your Panhellenic systems academic excellence while rewarding and recognizing individuals and chapters along the way. Beth Saul, National Panhellenic Conference

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ed sessions BLOCK SIX (cont.) SATURDAY, 3:00 - 4:00 PM Open Up the Lines of Communication: Working with Your Campus Greek Advisor Emerald Bay 1 Students involved in the Multi-Cultural fraternal movement have opportunities to work with a wide variety of campus partners. This session will focus on how to develop one of the most important relationships....with the Greek Advisor. Often times leaders in Multi-Cultural organizations feel as though the campus Greek Advisor only helps Panhellenic and IFC organizations and is not familiar with cultural fraternities or sororities and therefore cannot help. In this session participants will gain insight on how to create a positive and more effective relationship with their Greek Advisor. He/she is not the enemy - he/she is your greatest ally - come find out why! Blake Balajadia, San Jose State University

Overcoming Chapter Over Programming Emerald Bay 2 Many Black, Latino, Asian, and culturally based Greeks struggle with overprogramming. Chapters find it hard to find a healthy balance between chapter and member requirements, university expectations and local/regional responsibilities. Many organizations expect members be everywhere at everything representing the organization and when members fall short the chapter is disappointed. Participants during this session will explore strategies to manage overprogramming through collaboration, good planning and setting realistic expectations. Javier Blanco, National Vice President , Delta Sigma Chi Co-Ed Fraternity

DUI: A Powerful Lesson Fountain Terrace Just months from graduation, Mark and four of his fraternity brothers headed to Florida on spring break. Each night, one brother would serve as the designated driver. On the final night, they decided that the least drunk among them would drive home, and Mark ended up with the keys. The next morning three of the men were dead, and Mark lay in the hospital critically injured and facing three felony counts of manslaughter. In his acclaimed program, DUI: A Powerful LessonŠ, Mark shares the bad decisions that changed his life and ended the lives of his friends. This is a program you will never forget. Mark Sterner, CAMPUSPEAK, Inc.

The Broken Pillar- Reclaiming our Core Value of Service to Others Laguna Beach 1 In this session students will work to embrace one of the most important pillars of being Greek. Lara Klinkner, Arizona State University

Expectation Hangovers: Treatment and Prevention Laguna Beach 2 Hassler leads a discussion about why decisions are hard to make and shares her â&#x20AC;&#x153;Cheesecake Factoryâ&#x20AC;? theory. In a gentle and often humorous way, she advises students about things to expect after graduation like culture shock, an adjustment to independent life, heartbreak, competition and unavoidable forks in the road. Her message to students is that it is 100% okay (and quite normal) to NOT know what you want to do with your life! She will dispel myths like â&#x20AC;&#x153;your first job has to be perfect and dictates the career path you will stay on.â&#x20AC;? Student will feel relieved of some of the pressure that fuels expectation hangovers and armed with real world tips and tools to prepare them for life post-graduation. They will also learn that life is a journey of answering the questions of â&#x20AC;&#x153;who am I, what do I want and how do I get it?â&#x20AC;? and itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s not a test they can study for. Christine Hassler, CAMPUSPEAK

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ed sessions Facing Trans: Inclusion, Advocacy, and Empowerment

Effective Leadership Strategies for Leaders of a Diverse Team

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As Facebook says, “its complicated.” Join in on a frank, humorous, and up front facilitated conversation on the difference between sex (anatomy/biology), gender (roles, identity, expression, and perception), and sexual identity (straight, gay, lesbian, bisexual, queer, asexual, etc). Let’s talk about the qualifications and legal precedent in various states as well as organizational and campus non-discrimination policies’ impact on recruitment and membership standards. Let’s have a conversation so we aren’t caught off-guard when this topic presents itself. We may not develop answers on this call, but you will be able to engaged and make informed decisions. Jessica Pettitt, I am... Social Justice

Drinking, Drugs and DNA Newport Beach 1 Nationally acclaimed, motivational speaker Claire Berger breaks the silence of one of the most personally painful journeys a college student makes and never discusses - family addiction. From compassionate ways to help friends, neighbors and classmates who struggle with family addiction and blasts of information to help students dispel their own fears and misconceptions surrounding alcoholism and addiction, audience members gain a deeper understanding of their role in a friend or family member’s recovery. Unhealthy fear is replaced with healthy respect and understanding. Claire Berger, The College Agency

By 2050, not only have experts predicted that 50% of the entire US population will be diverse, but in the next five to ten years, there’s also a strong possibility that many workplaces throughout the country will be filled with four different generations of people. As leaders who desire to succeed in the 21st Century, not only is it essential that we possess strong people and cultural competence skills, but it’s extremely important that we understand how to effectively lead a diverse team of people in a diverse working environment. In this powerful and highly energized presentation, not only does Joshua define diversity and talk about the importance of being able to lead a diverse group of people in a diverse world, but he also offers insightful words of wisdom on how leaders can effectively lead a diverse group of people and avoid the negative experiences that impact leaders and organizations because of ineffective leadership strategies of a diverse team. Joshua Fredenburg, Vision XY

When is Enough Enough? Image is Everything. Newport Beach 3 As soon as the presentation starts, you know you’re in for something special. Not your average “pick me up”, the program brings a sense of humor and honest observations about the fraternity and sorority community to the forefront of your mind. This workshop will challenge the thoughts and actions of students everywhere. Please note this workshop is not for the faint of heart, because sometimes the truth isn’t pretty. Dan Faill, Loyola Marymount University

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ed sessions BLOCK SIX (cont.) SATURDAY, 3:00 - 4:00 PM Take Action: Tools for Combating Hazing (2 part session) Emerald Bay 3

Forming “One Heartbeat” Within Your Chapter Catalina 1 What makes one fraternity or sorority wildly successful while another struggles? What unites one chapter, while another seems splintered? Quite simply, it is the attitude, preparation and effort of those involved. A chapter that shares One Heartbeat, understands that everyone has equal value and they work selflessly to provide the best overall experience possible. Conflict is replaced by cooperation. Doubt is replaced by certainty. Praise yields to humility. This session will foster a sense or ownership and belonging and the participants will exit with a strategy to employ to change the climate on their campus by transforming their chapter into one where goals and expectations are exceeded in an environment where no one cares who gets the credit. If you choose to attend this session, please check your ego at the door.

You see obvious signs of hazing in your chapter or your community, but what do you do? Do you intervene? Blow the whistle? Turn in your badge? If you feel stuck, alone or overwhelmed with where to start and what to do, this session is for you. Connect with other anti-hazing advocates who are in the same situation. Hear about one student’s journey to transform their community. Learn and apply a practical framework for creating positive change in your organization. We’ll help you determine where to start and how to confidently build a hazing-free fraternity/sorority experience. Stick around for part 2 of this session and get one-on-one coaching on your personal plan of action from some of David Coleman, Coleman Productions the foremost experts in the anti-hazing movement! Dan Wrona, RISE Partnerships

BLOCK SEVEN SATURDAY, 4:15 - 5:15 PM Community Service Roundtable Balboa Bay 1 In the roundtable session students will become familiar with best practices and have the opportunity to share ideas, strategies and initiatives with each other! Come ready to change the way you think, share your thoughts and learn from your peers! Lara Klinkner, Arizona State University

Public Relations Roundtable Balboa Bay 2 In the roundtable session students will become familiar with best practices and have the opportunity to share ideas, strategies and initiatives with each other! Come ready to change the way you think, share your thoughts and learn from your peers!

Engaging the Members in the Middle: The Key to Real Change in Your Chapter Catalina 2 You have your top third members who do and lead everything (that’s most of you, BTW). You have your bottom third members who cause drama and headaches. But what about the folks in the middle? The ones who don’t draw much attention. If you want to make real change and improvement in your group, you need to shift your focus and gear your efforts toward them. In this session, we will make the case for the oft-ignored middle third, help you understand where they are coming from, and help you shift your leadership ideas ever so slightly so that you are giving them the attention they deserve. We’ll also give you one key revolutionary strategy for dealing with the bottom third that will set you free. T.J. Sullivan, CAMPUSPEAK

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ed sessions Brotherhood and Sisterhood: Building Bonds Without Hazing Emerald Bay 1 Hazing has become an issue for many cultural Greek organizations. We say that we are a family but do families intimidate, humiliate or endanger one another? Building a strong membership education program without hazing is essential for the survival of all fraternal organizations. In this presentation participants will discuss the definitions of hazing included in state law, why so many cultural groups have resorted to hazing, and offer alternative solutions to building strong brotherhood and sisterhood with resorting to hazing. Diego Back, Sigma Lambda Beta Fraternity

Developing a Chapter Academic Program: Moving Beyond Mandatory Study Hours Emerald Bay 2 Multi-Cultural organizations often find it difficult to create and implement a comprehensive academic program because of limited resources and membership size. As a result, most chapters often resort to assigning mandatory study hours and expect their members’ or chapter grade point average to increase. This session will focus on ways to create a program with limited resource, while giving participants the opportunity to share best practices and discuss the core issues of why our members are not succeeding in the classroom. Natalie Cleary, California State University, San Bernedino Mark Hartley, California State University, San Bernedino

Who’s Choosing You? Fountain Terrace Fra/Sor recruitment has largely been portrayed as an exclusive one-way process—trying to figure out which candidate(s) will make us look better, what can they do for us—rather than as a mutual decision-making process. This session will examine the two types of “choosers” (those who already know and understand this way of life and those whose decisions are largely based on multiple extraneous conditions) and how they come to the decision about joining a fraternal organization. Developing a recruitment plan for both types is essential for successful membership growth. It is no longer possible to just post a flyer or poster about your organization and expect potential members to line up at your door. This session will help recruitment chairs and executive boards develop strategies to remain increasingly competitive and significant in recruiting the next generation of members—including methods to increase the diversity of our applicant pool. Brian Johnson, CAMPUSPEAK

Up on the High Wire: Promoting Resiliency and Preventing Distress among Student Leaders Laguna Beach 1 With increasing demands to do more with less and perform with polish, student leaders often feel like they are precariously positioned on top of the high wire. Everyone looks to them as pillars of strength in uncertain times, and many might question their ability to manage all the spinning plates they are juggling. Student leaders often have strong mental resiliency but don’t realize is that their periods of struggle give them the humility to go from good to great. This program looks at the issue of mental wellness and leadership and gives leaders the tools to sustain a passion for life. As a psychologist and a student leadership specialist, Sally brings a unique perspective to the topic. From storytelling to discussing the effects of stress on the brain, Sally will help students create a blueprint to stay mentally fit and avoid burnout as they perform in demanding leadership roles. Sally Spencer-Thomas, Carson J Spencer Foundation/ CAMPUSPEAK

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ed sessions BLOCK SEVEN (cont.) SATURDAY, 4:15 - 5:15 PM Getting Hired: 4 Simple Steps to Landing a Great Job by Graduation Laguna Beach 2 Ask any student what their #1 concern is after graduation and they will say, “Finding a job.” In today’s challenging economy, Hoan Do will share proven strategies that will give you a competitive edge and get you hired in today’s brutal market! You will learn how to clarify what you want to do after graduation, the hidden qualities employers search for in a candidate, and how to position yourself to land ANY job that you want. In addition, Hoan will share how he triumphed over candidates who were considerably older and vastly more experienced to land his dream job with the #1 personal development company in the world! With only 20% of college students securing a job by graduation, this is a session you won’t want to miss! Hoan Do, Coleman Productions

Treasurer & Secretary Roundtable Laguna Beach 3 In the roundtable session students will become familiar with best practices and have the opportunity to share ideas, strategies and initiatives with each other! Come ready to change the way you think, share your thoughts and learn from your peers!

Jamison Keller, California State University, Northridge

Membership Expectations, why they should be higher for active members Newport Beach 2 New member education often produces our best members, while they are going through it. Why doesn’t that translate to our active membership? This session will focus on how you can design your new member education to be the springboard to better membership. Michael Wilson, Kappa Alpha Order

Recruitment Counselor Training – “Rho Gamma, how do I join that sorority?” Newport Beach 3 Recruitment Counselors are the face of Panhellenic Recruitment, so how can you ensure that your counselors are representing your council and the Fraternity and Sorority community well? This session will examine ways to improve the selection, training, and recruitment process for recruitment counselors. It will also address disaffiliation, social media, and how to create unity amongst a group of very different women. If you have recently been elected as the Panhellenic VP of Recruitment and want to take your recruitment counselor program to the next level than this interactive session is for you! Jeanine Menolascino, University of Nevada, Reno

Eddie Dominguez, California State University, Fresno

The Snowball Effect - Addressing “Light” Hazing Newport Beach 1 Does your chapter or campus struggle with “Light” hazing activities as opposed to the events we hear about in the media? Are you challenged by understanding where that line is drawn from appropriate activities to policy violations? This workshop will discuss the issues around “lighter” hazing, why it is still hazing, and reasons and methods for addressing it.

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associate members ALSAC/St. Jude Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Research Hospital Misty Tapp (800) 877-5833 misty.tapp@stjude.org BOOTH 37 Alvin Perry Worldwide Alvin Perry (678) 634-4752 alvin@alvinperry.com CAMPUSPEAK, Inc. T.J. Sullivan (303) 745-5545 sullivan@CAMPUSPEAK.com BOOTH 12 & 13 Catharsis Productions John Mallory (312) 243-0022 info@catharsisproductions.com BOOTH 3 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Miracle Network Hospitals Jennifer Berger (801) 214-7400 jberger@cmnhospitals.org Circle of Sisterhood Ginny Carroll (317) 259-7307 ginny@circleofsisterhood.com Coleman Productions Brooke Simms (866) 328-3762 brooke@colemanproductions.com BOOTH 9 College Chefs Paul Gallagher (217) 531-1190 pfg12@hotmail.com CustomGreekThreads.com Melanie Duncan (949) 698-2878 melanie@customgreekthreads.com BOOTH 21

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Digital Pix and Composites Carol Gauger (815) 363-2800 carol@dpcpix.com Global Green Property Services Stephanie Kovacs (610) 642-3266 skovacs@globalgreenps.com Greek U Lory Passov (858) 794-9449 lory@greeku.com Greek101.com Jim Levi jim@greek101.com BOOTH 38 & 39 GreekBill Ellie Eversole (800) 457-3816 eeversole@greekbill.com BOOTH 18 GreekYearbook Harvis Kramer (866) 473-3592 greekyearbook@greekyearbook.com Hopeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Voice Todd Murray 800-516-7680 tmurray@hopesvoice.org ICS Peter Dudley (806) 698-1408 peter@icsmg.com BOOTH 15 Innova Ideas & Services Ellen Chestnut 515-232-5373 ellen.chestnut@siegler.com

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associate members Kirkland Productions Carrie Campbell (866) 769-9037 booking@kirklandproductions.com BOOTH 30

Rochieâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Originals Roya Saberzadeh (818) 775-1622 info@rochie.com BOOTH 36

Kotis Design Eric Hamlin (425) 275-0500 eric.hamlin@kotisdesign.com BOOTH 32 & 33

Sorority Gourmet/Frat Food G.O. Burton (949)842-1800 info@sororitygourmet.com BOOTH 23

Manhattan Stitching Company Katie Berkheimer (714) 521-9479 stitchkatie@yahoo.com BOOTH 17

TGI Enterprises, Inc. Lauren Lott (918) 728-6168 lauren.lott@tgipromo.com

National Step Show Alliance Keith Belton (615) 483-7566 rkbelton1@aol.com

The College Agency Denise Wallace Heitkamp (952) 440-4777 info@thecollegeagency.com BOOTH 34

Neon Entertainment Scott Talarico (716) 836-6366 info@neon-entertainment.com BOOTH 25

The Confidence Coalition Kappa Delta Sorority (901) 748-0949 initiativescomm@kappadelta.com

On the Edge Promo Dan Flanagan (314) 795-1403 dflanagan@otepromo.com Phired Up Productions Josh Orendi (317) 908-3643 Josh@PhiredUp.com BOOTH 35 Public Identity Leland Felsenthal (323) 266-1181 leland@publicidentity.com BOOTH 24 RISE Partnerships Dan Wrona (570) 220-2041 dan@risepartnerships.com

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The Student Union Mark Gallondorn (410) 929-1878 mark@thestudentu.com BOOTH 14 Vantine Imaging Barbara Warner (888) 639-9806 mcomer@vantine.com BOOTH 22 WebGreek Patrick Allen (888) 947-3691 pmallen@webgreek.com WePay Tyler Gaffney rick@wepay.com

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faculty Jenni Adams Cal Poly Pomona jadams@csupomona.edu

Natalie Cleary California State University, San Bernedino ncleary@csub.edu

James Ahumada California State University, Long Beach ahumada.james@gmail.com

Corey Ciocchetti University of Denver coreyciocchetti@gmail.com

Samantha Armstrong Association of Fraternal Leadership & Values samantha.armstrong@gmail.com

David Coleman Coleman Productions, Inc. brooke@colemanproductions.com

Diego Back Sigma Lambda Beta Fraternity diegoarantesback@yahoo.com> Blake Balajadia San Jose State University blake.balajadia@sjsu.edu Rick Barnes CAMPUSPEAK Rick@RickBarnesPresents.com Beatrice Barragan Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Inc. beabarra@csusb.edu Claire Berger The College Agency sue@thecollegeagency.com Javier Blanco National Vice President , Delta Sigma Chi Co-Ed Fraternity Doug Case San Diego State University Doug.Case@sdsu.edu Sam Centellas OutSight Consulting sam@centellas.org Brian Clarke University of California, Irvine btclarke@uci.edu

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Andrea Cooper Delta Delta Delta AndreaCooper44@gmail.com Rasheed-Ali Cromwell The Harbor Institute harborinstitute@gmail.com Darla Dakin NPC Recruitment Committee Chairman darlahome@yahoo.com Laura Lynn Davidson NPC RFM Committee lauradavidson@uclalumni.et Deanna Detchemendy National President, NPC RFM Committee deanna.detchemendy@disney.com Hoan Do Coleman Productions hoan@succeedingintherealworld.com Eddie Dominguez California State University, Fresno eddominguez@csufresno.edu Ashley Dye University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign adye@uiuc.edu Vince Fabra Phired Up Productions Vince@PhiredUp.com

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faculty Dan Faill Loyola Marymount dfaill@lmu.edu Joshua Fredenburg Vision XY greatestspeaker@hotmail.com Mark Gallondorn The Student Union Mark@TheStudenU.com Kent Gardner Order of Omega gardner@orderofomega.org Matt Glowacki Coleman Productions Bobby Gordon CAMPUSPEAK info@drugspeaker.com Lori Hanson Learn2Balance Lori@Learn2Balance.com

Maria Iglesia National APIA Panhellenic Association & University of California, Berkley msiglesia@berkeley.edu Christopher Irving The Miller Institute for Leadership & Diversity cirving@themillerinstitute.com Johanne Jensen University of Arizona johannej@email.arizona.edu Brian Johnson CAMPUSPEAK johnson@CAMPUSPEAK.com Justin Jones-Fosu CAMPUSPEAK justin@justininspires.com Donna King Former CPH Area Advisor Coordinator West ndmmkinds@msn.com

Mark Hartley California State University, San Bernedino

Jamison Keller California State University, Northridge jamison.keller@csun.edu

Christine Hassler CAMPUSPEAK christine@christinehassler.com

Lara Klinkner Arizona State University laraklinkner@asu.edu

Tom Healy CAMPUSPEAK, Inc. Healy@CAMPUSPEAK.com

Steven Latour Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity, Inc. slatour@alphasigmaphi.org

Breyn Hibbs University of San Diego brehibbs@gmail.com

Susan Leahy www.RobertsRulesMadeSimple.com susan@robertsrulesmadesimple.com

Lisa Holliday National Panhellenic Conference lisahollidaysk@gmail.com

Melissa Lucas University of San Diego melissa.lucas-11@sandiego.edu

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faculty Erin MacDonald Peck National Panhellenic Conference erin.macdonald3@montana.edu

Brent Scarpo Red Balloon Holdings Inc. brent@brentscarpo.com

Thomas Martin Beta Theta Pi Volunteer tom@socialitymedia.com

Nancy Schwartzman Media Education Foundation elizabeth.o.johnson@mediaed.org

Matthew Mattson Phired Up Productions Matt@PhiredUp.com

Mardie Sorensen Order of Omega sorensen@orderofomega.org

Jeanine Menolascino University of Nevada, Reno jmenolascino@unr.edu

Sally Spencer-Thomas Carson J Spencer Foundation/CAMPUSPEAK Sally@CarsonJSpencer.org

Michelle Mouton CPH Area Advisor Coordinator West mrmtheta@yahoo.com Stacy Nadeau CAMPUSPEAK slnadeau@gmail.com Hajii Otto Master Stress 101速 hajiiotto@aol.com Elva Pena California State University, Northridge Jessica Pettitt I am... Social Justice jess@iamsocialjustice.com Carol Preston Wittenberg University cpreston@wittenberg.edu Caitlin Roberts California State University, Long Beach crobert5@csulb.edu Beth Saul National Panhellenic Conference saul@usc.edu

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Dr. Judith Springer The Miller Institute for Leadership & Diversity jspringer@themillerinstitute.com Troy Stende Stende Inspirations, Inc. troy@troystende.com Mark Sterner CAMPUSPEAK, Inc. mark@CAMPUSPEAK.com David Stollman The Student Union David@TheStudentU.com T.J. Sullivan CAMPUSPEAK sullivan@CAMPUSPEAK.com Whitney Swesey University of Akron whitney@risepartnerships.com Brandon Tsubaki University of California, Berkeley btsubaki@berkeley.edu

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faculty Erica Upshaw CAMPUSPEAK Erin Weed CAMPUSPEAK eweed@girlsfightback.com Christina Wellhouser University of San Diego cwellhouser@sandiego.edu David Westol Limberlost Consulting, Inc. David.Westol@gmail.com Carrie Whittier Virginia Commonwealth University whittierce@vcu.edu Jessica Gendron Williams Phired Up Productions jessica@phiredup.com

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