National Panhellenic Conference Staff

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Dani Weatherford

Executive Director

Top five strengths according to StrengthsFinder assessment: Achiever, Learner, Focus, Competition, Input

Education: DePauw University, B.A.
Indiana University Mauer School of Law, J.D.
Affiliation: Delta Gamma
Email: dani@npcwomen.org

The executive director is responsible for conducting the day-to-day business of NPC.

Specifically, Dani is responsible for:

  • Staying abreast of emerging issues, trends and opportunities that may affect the overall welfare of NPC; assisting the board of directors and Executive Committee with addressing these items.
  • Providing leadership in developing, planning, delivering and evaluating quality programs and services approved by the board of directors and in alignment with the NPC mission and strategic plan.
  • Recruiting, hiring, supervising, evaluating and retaining a high-performing staff, including establishing the organizational structure.
  • Setting and monitoring administrative policies and procedures for effective management of NPC, including updating of the master calendar and internal operating procedures.
  • Overseeing NPC Foundation operations.
  • Partnering with the Finance Committee and accountant in developing the annual operating budget; managing the budget and cash flow using NPC’s financial resources.
  • Negotiating and executing contracts for goods and services on behalf of NPC.
  • Developing opportunities to generate additional sources of revenue for NPC.
  • Overseeing all media communications.
  • Overseeing all NPC publications for appropriate content, production quality and timely communication with constituents.
  • Representing NPC as required; serving as spokesperson for NPC when directed by the chairman.
  • Supporting operations and administration of the board of directors, Executive Committee and other volunteer committees and positions.

Dani serves as the staff liaison for the following committees:

  • Executive Committee: Advisory, FSA Advisory
  • Advocacy: Board Development, Government Relations
  • Finance
  • Judicial Appeals
  • Release Figure Methodology
  • Strategic Planning

Education:Texas Woman’s University, B.S.
University of Central Missouri, M.S.
Bowling Green State University, Ph.D.
Affiliation: Alpha Omicron Pi
Email:  nicole@npcwomen.org

The director of special projects is responsible for managing and implementing a wide range of projects and priorities in support of the NPC mission. This includes planning special events.

Specifically, Nicole is responsible for:

  • Researching trending topics in the area of higher education, membership organizations and the fraternal industry.
  • Collecting and analyzing data relevant to the work of NPC and membership in our organizations.
  • Facilitating and managing a variety of special projects, independently and in conjunction with other staff or external partners.
  • Meeting with a range of constituents and stakeholders; advising executive director on opportunities for engagement and next steps.
  • Providing project management and logistical direction for all major events including the annual meeting, College Panhellenic Academy and other meetings or workshops.
  • Developing protocols and timelines for meeting and event planning including staff and volunteers.
  • Liaising with hotel, restaurant and venue representatives to manage needs of NPC and attendees.

Nicole serves as the staff liaison for the following committees:

  • Measurable Outcomes

Nicole Cronenwett

Director of Special Projects

Top five strengths according to StrengthsFinder assessment: Significance, Restorative, Achiever, Focus, Harmony

Catherine Donaldson

Director of Operations

Top five strengths according to StrengthsFinder assessment: Harmony, Individualization, Learner, Input, Positivity

Education: DePauw University, B.A.
Affiliation: Delta Gamma
Email: catherine@npcwomen.org

The director of operations is responsible for overseeing and enhancing business operations. This work includes, but is not limited to, improving revenue streams, monitoring receiveables and supporting event management.

Specifically, Catherine is responsible for:

  • Developing and executing growth strategy for the partnership program.
  • Managing the NPC store and related revenue/royalty streams.
  • Managing account receivables and refining associated processes for NPC and the NPC Foundation.
  • Collaborating with the accountant on bookkeeping and audit preparations.
  • Managing all vendor contracts and conducting an annual review for possible cost savings.
  • Supporting the NPC Foundation giving programs.
  • Managing the scheduling and logistics for consulting team visits and the “Something of Value” program.
  • Managing NPC data and directory information.
  • Serving as office manager to oversee office space, supplies and equipment.
  • Monitoring the annual reporting process for member organizations.
  • Assisting with the execution of the awards program through procurement and shipping of hardware and certificates.
  • Attending and presenting at meetings/workshops related to the work of NPC.

Catherine serves as the staff liason for the following commitees:

  • Finance
  • Measurable Outcomes
  • University Housing Initiatives

Education: University of Dayton, B.S.
University of Dayton, M.A.
Affiliation: Sigma Kappa
Email: loretta@npcwomen.org

The director of communication and marketing is responsible for managing the NPC brand and developing strong internal and external communications strategies to help NPC carry out its mission.

Specifically, Loretta is responsible for:

  • Developing and executing all NPC communications.
  • Collaborating with public relations partners on message development and deployment.
  • Developing branding initiatives and promotional campaigns for NPC and in partnership with industry partners.
  • Providing project management for all newsletters, publications and other materials.
  • Developing relationships with member organization editors and communications and facilitating education regarding NPC policies and activities.
  • Managing NPC website platforms and social networking sites.
  • Collaborating with other team members on collateral and educational materials.

Loretta serves as the staff liaison for the following committees:

  • Editorial Team

Loretta Good

Director of Communication and Marketing

Top five strengths according to StrengthsFinder assessment: Achiever, Learner, Individualization, Focus, Input

Jenny Greyerbiehl

Director of Education and Panhellenic Support

Top five strengths according to StrengthsFinder assessment: Achiever, Responsibility, Learner, Relator, Individualization

Education: Alma College, B.A.
University of Georgia, M.Ed.
Affiliation: Alpha Xi Delta
Email: jenny@npcwomen.org

The director of education and Panhellenic support is one of three staff members working together in the Panhellenic support department to provide assistance and resources to College Panhellenic Associations, Alumnae Panhellenic Associations, NPC volunteers and committees, member organizations and campus partners.

Specifically, Jenny is responsible for:

  • Overseeing and enhancing education and training for Alumnae Panhellenic and College Panhellenic officers, NPC volunteers and designated staff/volunteers of NPC member organizations.
  • Supervising two Panhellenic support specialists and managing assignment of duties related to campus support, committee work, member organization support and special projects.
  • Partnering with the director of marketing and director of operations on development of events and activities focused on education and training.
  • Developing relationships with educational programming staff of member organizations and facilitating education/ discussion regarding NPC policies and activities.
  • Collaborating with the executive director to identify topics for staff development activities and education, including developing programming or engaging outside experts to facilitate.
  • Building relationships with key fraternity/sorority advisors and influencers in the fraternal industry.
  • Developing relationships with key volunteers and committee leaders to understand the work of committees in order to provide exceptional resources.
  • Writing proposals for and managing grants from the NPC Foundation for approved educational programming.
  • Attending and presenting at meetings/workshops related to the work of NPC.
  • Serving as alternate contact or resource for the NPC office when the executive director is unavailable.

Jenny serves as the staff liaison for the following committees:

  • Board Development
  • Legislative

Education: University of California – Davis, B.A.
University of Southern California, M.E.
Affiliation: Kappa Alpha Theta
Email: elizabeth@npcwomen.org

The Panhellenic support specialist is one of three staff members working together in the Panhellenic support department to provide assistance and resources to College Panhellenic Associations, Alumnae Panhellenic Associations, NPC volunteers and committees, member organizations and campus partners.

Specifically, Liz is responsible for:

  • Serving as a staff liaison to College Panhellenic Associations and the volunteers who work with those campuses for the West, mid-America North and mid-America South regions.
  • Building relationships with and serving as a resource to fraternity/sorority advisors and other campus partners.
  • Serving as a staff liaison to Alumnae Panhellenic Associations and the volunteers who work with those groups.
  • Serving as a liaison to Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Epsilon Phi, Alpha Omicron Pi, Alpha Sigma Alpha, Alpha Xi Delta, Delta Delta Delta, Delta Phi Epsilon, Gamma Phi Beta, Kappa Delta, Phi Mu, Pi Beta Phi, Sigma Kappa and Theta Phi Alpha’s chapter services departments, or similar, to share and receive Panhellenic support and resources.
  • Coordinating annual updates to Alumnae Panhellenic reports.
  • Collaborating to create and distribute communications, web resources and newsletters to Alumnae Panhellenics.
  • Collaborating to develop, present and evaluate training/education programs on Panhellenic topics at regional conferences and other workshops.
  • Assisting with the planning and execution of College Panhellenic Academy.
  • Organizing and executing the annual awards program for Alumnae and College Panhellenics.
  • Traveling as needed to participate as a team member during NPC programs and campus visits.
  • Serving as an editor of consulting team visit and “Something of Value” reports prior to distribution.
  • Processing RFM reports.

Liz serves as the staff liason for the following commitees:

  • Alumnae Panhellenics
  • College Panhellenics
  • New College Panhellenics

Elizabeth (Liz) Becker

Panhellenic Support Specialist

Top five strengths according to StrengthsFinder assessment: Deliberative, Relator, Empathy, Responsibility, Harmony

Julie Bunson

Panhellenic Support Specialist

Top five strengths according to StrengthsFinder assessment: Arranger, Learner, Includer, Belief, Focus

Education: Virginia Commonwealth University, B.S.
University of Florida, M.Ed.
Affiliation: Alpha Epsilon Phi
Email: bunson@npcwomen.org

The Panhellenic support specialist is one of three staff members working together in the Panhellenic support department to provide assistance and resources to College Panhellenic Associations, Alumnae Panhellenic Associations, NPC volunteers and committees, member organizations and campus partners.

Specifically, Julie is responsible for:

  • Serving as a staff liaison to College Panhellenic Associations and the volunteers who work with those campuses for the Northeast, mid-Atlantic and Southeast regions.
  • Building relationships with and serving as a resource to fraternity/sorority advisors and other campus partners.
  • Serving as a liaison to Alpha Delta Pi, Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha Phi, Alpha Sigma Tau, Chi Omega, Delta Gamma, Delta Zeta, Kappa Alpha Theta, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Phi Sigma Sigma, Sigma Delta Tau, Sigma Sigma Sigma and Zeta Tau Alpha’s chapter services departments, or similar, to share and receive Panhellenic support and resources.
  • Coordinating annual updates to College Panhellenic reports.
  • Collaborating to create and distribute communications, web resources and newsletters to College Panhellenics.
  • Collaborating to develop, present and evaluate training/education programs on Panhellenic topics at regional conferences and other workshops.
  • Assisting with the planning and execution of College Panhellenic Academy.
  • Organizing and executing the annual awards program for College Panhellenics.
  • Traveling as needed to participate as a team member during NPC programs and campus visits.
  • Serving as an editor of consulting team visit and “Something of Value” reports prior to distribution.
  • Processing RFM reports.

Julie serves as the staff liaison for the following committees:

  • College Panhellenics
  • College Panhellenic Strategic Initiatives
  • Extension
  • Recruitment

Education: Indiana University, B.S.E.D.
Indiana University, M.S.Ed
Email: lladig@npcwomen.org

Position Essential Functions and Responsibilities

The administrative assistant is responsible for providing reception services to the NPC Office and assisting staff and leadership with administrative work.

Essential Functions

  • Answer phones, answer mail and serve as office receptionist
  • Manage general email address and route correspondence effectively
  • Assist staff and executive volunteers with administrative work (meeting registrations, expense reports, word processing, spreadsheet updating, mail merge, etc.)
  • Assist with the maintenance of various NPC mailing lists
  • Update contacts and other information in membership database
  • Assist with preparation for meetings and conferences
  • Assist with annual membership invoicing
  • Assist with updating of various publications and compiling of data

Lisa joined NPC in 2016 after retiring from a 33 year career in public education. She enjoys using her honed teaching skills to organize, problem solve, plan, educate, and interact with others.  Lisa lives in Carmel with her husband, Larry, and two kitties, Bella and Blue.  They have two daughters, Jordan and Madeline, who are both members of Alpha Chi Omega and recent graduates of Indiana University.

Lisa Ladig

Administrative Assistant

Top five strengths according to StrengthsFinder assessment: Arranger, Consistency, Connectedness, Responsibility, Adaptability