As national philanthropy chairman I was responsible for coordinating everything involving our national philanthropic partner St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. I planned an on-campus philanthropy event, a letter-writing campaign, a public relations campaign and a chapter visit to the hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. I was also given the opportunity to attend a leadership conference at the hospital.
This position is responsible for communication between the collegiate chapter and involved alumnae chapters. I also managed social media between the chapter and alumnae. I partnered with the member development chairman to help plan a parent/alumnae tailgate.
This committee assists all officers under the public relations team.
This committee assists the local philanthropy chairman with all things involving our local philanthropy. Phi Theta's local philanthropy is Camp Smile-A-Mile, which is a camp for children with cancer. Camp SAM partners with Children's Hospital in Birmingham, Alabama to provide an escape for patients, where the doctors and nurses serve as counselors.
Active Minds at Auburn University is a student-run chapter of Active Minds Inc.
The mission of Active Minds is to utilize student voice to raise awareness about mental health on college campuses.
(Pictured: members at the Out of the Darkness Walk)
The Auburn chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America and the Public Relations Council of Alabama helps students meet professionals locally and nationwide and gain experience through campaigns and club involvement. PRSSA/PRCA's goal is to give all members public relations experience, but most importantly to further their knowledge through advice from professional practitioners, faculty and fellow students.
Working directly with the PINK campus representatives, the marketing team is responsible for planning events in the Auburn area to market and endorse the PINK brand.
The team helped plan an on-campus event hosted by PINK corporate, a PINK rec retro event, an event party for the annual fashion show and marketing campaigns.
(Pictured: members at the Recreation event)
A Pi Chi is a small group leader for freshmen participating in Panhellenic recruitment at Auburn University.
A Pi Chi must disaffiliate from her sorority for three months leading up to recruitment. It is her job to be an unbiased advisor for the young women in her group and to possibly help them find a home in Auburn's greek system.
(Pictured: my Pi Chi group)
Miss Auburn is the official hostess of the university. She is a woman that embodies the spirit of Auburn and what it means to be an Auburn woman. She is an ambassador, representing the university internally to the student body and also externally to the outside community, alumni and prospective students.
Nominees are narrowed down to 20 candidates, who then interview for Top Five positions. The top five candidates participate in Student Government elections for the title of Miss Auburn.
(Pictured: the 2013 Miss Auburn Top 20 candidates)
Reach was a group within Auburn's freshmen SGA, Tiger Tuesdays. Tiger Tuesdays was then transformed into what is now Freshmen Leadership Program.
Members of Reach participated in community service every week including visits to the Food Bank of East Alabama, Storybook Farms, The Humane Society and Monarch Estates senior living facility. They were also encouraged to participate in university-related philanthropic efforts.
(Pictured: the members of Reach 2010-2011)
The mission of the Beat Bama Food Drive is to act on its belief in the basic human right of adequate nutrition, by providing ongoing support to the East Alabama Food Bank through raising awareness, educating a unified Auburn community, creating fundraising opportunities and collecting donations to actively fight food insecurity in East Alabama.
The marketing committee was in charge of publicity.