Seven elected members guide the strategic vision of the Fraternity, through policy development and oversight of the operations, to the provisions of the Fraternity Constitution. Nominations are now open for the 2024-26 Fraternity Council. You can submit nominations via this form. The deadline for nominations is November 1.
In fall 2023, Fraternity Council endorsed the formation of the Organizational Equity Commission (OEC) to further the work of the previous Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Advisory Commission (DEIAC) and continue to uplift Delta Gamma’s efforts around belonging, equity, inclusion and diversity to achieve our goal of ensuring Delta Gamma is more equitable, more inclusive, and more diverse, creating a sense of belonging amongst members who hold identities that have been marginalized.
The OEC will provide feedback, craft advice and develop recommendations on policy, procedure, programming and operations to Delta Gamma Leadership and staff to impact diversity, equity, inclusion, access and belonging.
Members serving on the OEC are members and non-members of Delta Gamma who have applied specifically to serve in this capacity. They are selected because of their professional, volunteer and/or lived experiences that make them experts in belonging, equity, inclusion and diversity.
If you are interested in joining the OEC, please complete this application by November 19. We also encourage you to share the application with other individuals whom you think would be a great fit for this opportunity! Please send any questions to Fraternity Director: Belonging, Equity, Inclusion and Diversity Wendy Adams Faust, Epsilon-Ohio State at BEID@deltagamma.org.
Delta Gamma’s Fraternity Council and Foundation Board of Trustees are supported by a team of regional and international volunteers called Leadership. Leadership volunteers are crucial to Delta Gamma’s continued success and can live all across North America.
The below positions are currently open for a mid-term appointment, beginning immediately. Click here to submit your interest in these mid-term openings:
Complete an application to become a local volunteer to express your interest. It takes just a minute to register and your form will be viewed by our assistant director of volunteer management. Local volunteers include alumnae group officers, collegiate chapter advisers and house corporation board members. You can also review the Fraternity & Foundation Volunteer Position Description Handbook to learn more about each specific position.
To learn more about the time commitments and requirements for our Fraternity volunteer opportunities, review our Volunteer At-a-Glance guide. You can also review the Foundation Volunteer At-a-Glance guide for insight into the time and skill requirements for the various Foundation volunteer opportunities.