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*New* [Jun. 2nd, 2005|02:04 pm]
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Hey everyone. My name is Kayla and I'm a sister of Alpha Chi Omega, Gamma Chi Chapter at Stetson University in Florida.

I was elected as Panhellenic VP Risk Management for this coming year. Any other RMs out there who can give me some advice? I wasn't going to take the position because I'm going to be a senior, and our school requires PH Exec to disaffiliate during Recruitment which I didn't want to do, but I couldn't pass it up. I was VP RM for AXO, but I know this is slightly different. So any suggestions would be helpful!



[User Picture]From: _simplyinlove
2005-06-03 03:36 am (UTC)
Hey! Welcome to the community. I'm a Chi Omega and I ran for Risk management this year. I ended up getting VP of Finance, so it's not all bad. Our risk management person was going to hold a little workshop, but other than that, i really don't know what she does. i don't know how different things are ran between us, but i wanted to welcome you and say hey to a fellow panhellenic VP! I'll talk to her and if you still want some ideas i'll get back to you

Greek ♥
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From: so_very_kim
2005-06-22 10:59 pm (UTC)
Hey! I am the PC President at my university and a good idea to go ahead and jump on is National Hazing Prevention Week.


Sept 26-30.

I don't know what else your campus does with that position, but NPC has a lot of great programs, which you can check out at www.npcwomen.org.

Hope that helps!
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[User Picture]From: axobeachgirl
2005-11-04 11:08 pm (UTC)

alpha chi!

i'm an Alpha Chi Omega, Zeta Xi chapter from UNC-Greensboro. Congrats on VP Risk Management for Panhellenic!

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[User Picture]From: cabochon_aube
2006-07-27 03:40 pm (UTC)
Hello! I'm a Phi Mu from the University of Wisconsin - River Falls. I am the Risk Management/Standards Chair for this year, and so far what I've done, in conjunction with the Greek Advisor, is have an "Anti-Hazing Roundtable" in which all the new member education and risk management people from each chapter got together and discussed various ways of hazing. They also got to ask questions about specific incidents or things their chapter do to make sure they aren't hazing. This worked very well! :D
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