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Pi Beta Phi Announces New Headquarters Staffing Model

Published On: 2019-01-23

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
For more information, contact:

Shawn Eagleburger
Senior Director of Strategic Initiatives and Communications
(636) 256–0680
seagleburger@pibetaphi.org

Pi Beta Phi Announces New Headquarters Staffing Model  

As the fraternal landscape on college campuses continues to change, Pi Beta Phi has taken various steps to ensure we remain relevant. One measure is by launching a new Headquarters staffing model to create a more sustainable, collaborative, and change-ready workforce. Staff roles and responsibilities have been restructured, and throughout the past year, staff has focused on cross-training and role clarity. Some of the biggest changes to the staffing model are as follows:

  • Additional support for alumnae and Alumnae Advisory Committee (AAC) members. A great need was identified for additional volunteer and alumnae support, and new positions were created to support these efforts. Also, overall volunteer alumnae support has moved to the Membership team.
  • Restructured Marketing and Communications teams. A critical need for a shared organizational voice and the need to further align as one Pi Beta Phi was identified. To help build a unified voice, the Marketing and Communications team is now a comprehensive team leading and executing marketing and communications for all three Pi Beta Phi entities – Fraternity, Foundation and Fraternity Housing Corporation (FHC).
  • Increased FHC support. As FHC continues to become more complex, a need to make changes to the department was identified, and the FHC Finance team has expanded.
  • Growth in Foundation. With the success of the SHINE THROUGH campaign and the need for Pi Phi to continue to expand resources to fuel growth for the organization, several positions were added. Additionally, the Foundation team was restructured to increase capacity for both fundraising and programmatic support.

For a complete list of the Pi Beta Phi Headquarters staff, please visit the staff page.

About Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women: Founded in 1867 at Monmouth College in Illinois, Pi Beta Phi has installed 204 collegiate chapters and nearly 300 alumnae clubs worldwide. Pi Beta Phi promotes friendship, develops women of intellect and integrity, cultivates leadership potential and enriches the lives of members and their communities. The Fraternity believes in the power of reading; and through its philanthropy, Read > Lead > Achieve®, promotes a lifelong love of reading that can unlock true potential. Its charge is for each and every Pi Beta Phi to find a way she can participate, donate or advocate for Read > Lead > Achieve. For more information, visit www.pibetaphi.org or follow Pi Phi on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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