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Panhellenic Council honored at conference
Representatives of ONU’s Panhellenic Council attended the Association of Fraternal Leadership and Values Central Conference, Feb. 10-13, in St. Louis, Mo., and returned with honors for the organization.
In the Sutherland Division I, for Panhellenic Councils with two to four chapters, ONU received awards for academic achievement, council management, public relations, risk reduction and management, and self-governance and judicial affairs.
Taking part in the conference were Panhellenic Council President Megan Kunka, a fourth-year pharmacy student from Cortland, Ohio; Vice President of Recruitment Kristin Reams, a junior in biology from Washington Court House, Ohio; Vice President of Public Relations Courtney Hanlon, a junior in nursing from North Olmsted, Ohio; Delegate for Kappa Alpha Theta Lauren Cooley, a third-year pharmacy student from Clyde, Ohio; Interfraternity Council President Jay Meyers, a junior in political science from Leipsic, Ohio; Interfraternity Council Vice President of Judicial Affairs Josh Kiesel , a second-year pharmacy student from Findlay, Ohio; Interfraternity Council Vice President of Finance Kevin Carper, a junior in civil engineering from Louisville, Ohio; Phi Delta Chi Chapter President Anthony Fritz, a third-year pharmacy student from Hamilton, Ohio; and Jay Kahn, graduate assistant for student involvement.
The Association of Fraternal Leadership & Values exists to stimulate the growth and development of fraternity/sorority council and chapter leaders by promoting leadership, educational, and values based experiences and resources for student leaders, their advisors, and the larger fraternal market.