Delta Gamma Recognized at Fraternity Communication Association Annual Conference
By Assistant Director for Communications Caitlin Soltesz
In May, Delta Gamma’s Fraternity and Foundation marketing and communications staff attended the Fraternity Communication Association (FCA) Annual Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana. During the conference, staff members had the opportunity to attend educational programming, roundtable discussions, networking events and the awards banquet at the conclusion of the week.
Delta Gamma received four awards at the Recognition Banquet for work in 2022.
First Place | Critics’ Choice – Logo Design
Entries should have originality, attractiveness and relevance to the intended audience and purpose. This is one of only four awards that FCA members will judge. View the sesquicentennial logo here.
Second Place | William C. Levere Award for Total Communication
This award honors the best communication program by an organization directed to members and/or an outside audience for a single purpose, such as a membership campaign, Convention or other. The submissions include several types of printed and digital materials. An organization can only win this award once in a three-year period.
Second Place | Annual Report
Delta Gamma Foundation 2021-2022 Annual Impact Report
This award honors outstanding efforts in presenting material for an annual/biennial report. Entries should display organization, attractiveness, relevance to the intended audience, and purpose. View the Foundation 2021-2022 Annual Impact Report here.
Third Place | Excellence in Digital Integrated Marketing
This category judges one specific campaign managed by headquarters staff or volunteers. The campaign must include social media or digital components. Tangible data, such as insights and engagement are included. An organization can only win this award once in a three-year period.
What is the Fraternity Communications Association?
FCA exists to enhance fraternity communications through the exchange of ideas, experiences and information. As a professional association, FCA is composed of fraternities and sororities, affiliates and associate partners. The 100-year-old organization is unique within the fraternity movement in that the organization, not the individual editor, holds membership. Learn more at their website.