The National Board of Directors is comprised of Phi Beta Chi alumnae who oversee all operations. Our leadership team consists of a Board of Directors, Sub-Chairs, and ad hoc committees. The Board of Director and Sub-Chair positions are elected every two years by our membership during our National Business Meeting at the annual National Convention.
We also have ongoing opportunities available for alumni who would like to serve alongside the Board of Directors on one of our committees. These committee members assist our directors with various projects throughout the year. Being on a committee is a great way to get your feet wet and learn more about the sorority for an alumna perspective. If you are interested in learning more about committee opportunities, please review the current opportunities or contact the Board of Directors at email@example.com.
National Board of Directors
Below is a list of Phi Beta Chi National Directors and a summary of their responsibilities. Read bios for our directors and sub-chairs on our Board Bios page.
Director of Operations
The Director of Operations oversees all functions of the National Board of Directors and serves as a liaison between the Board and the ROSE Foundation.
Assists Collegiate: Director of Operations/President
Dawn Maynen, Ph.D.
Director of Policy
The Director of Policy oversees the standards, constitution, and bylaws of the sorority. She maintains all manuals and handbooks and oversees scholastic requirements.
Assists Collegiate: Director of Standards & Communication/Executive Vice President, Director of Education
Director of Finance
The Director of Finance directs the maintenance and reporting of all funding and expenditures of the sorority, prepares and files taxes, and maintains proper insurance coverage.
Assists Collegiate: Director of Finance/Treasurer
Director of Expansion
The Director of Expansion is responsible for the growth of the sorority. She researches campuses for possible expansion, oversees recruitment themes, and assists chapters/colonies with organizing local efforts and strategies.
Assists Collegiate: Director of Expansion/Recruitment Chair
Director of Development
The Director of Development is responsible for managing the education and development of our active sisterhood, and serves as a representative of the sorority to the National Panhellenic Conference. She assists chapters/colonies with their relations to local Panhellenic Councils and directs education of collegiate membership.
Assists Collegiate: Director of Education and Programming Coordinator
Director of Customs
The Director of Customs oversees all aspects of our church, chapter, and community efforts and ensures the values of this sorority are upheld. She approves all pastoral advisors, oversees ceremonies and traditions, improves our sisterhood, and oversees philanthropic efforts.
Assists Collegiate: Director of Operations/President, Director of Sisterhood, Director of Outreach, Director of Spiritual Development, Philanthropy Coordinator, and Social Coordinator
Director of Membership
The Director of Membership serves as the point of contact for all alumnae and active membership. She responds to MSRs, reads chapter/colony meeting minutes, handles all active membership concerns, approves all chapter/colony advisors, and oversees the annual awards process.
Assists Collegiate: Director of Standards & Communication/Executive Vice President, Director of Education, Director of Sisterhood, Secretary, and Alumni Coordinator
Director of Information and Public Relations
The Director of Information and Public Relations is responsible for developing and maintaining the national website and all social media presences. She also preserves the history of the sisterhood, oversees the use of the logo and crest; and approves any chapter submitted publications, social media recruitment graphics, and t-shirt designs.
Assists Collegiate: Director of Expansion/Recruitment Chair and Marketing Coordinator