For Immediate Release
October 3, 2013
(Oxford, Ohio) The National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) has appointed Lynnda Wolf Hoefler, Delta Zeta National Panhellenic Conference Delegate, to the Conference's Executive Committee for the 2013 - 2015 biennium. Lynnda will serve as Budget & Finance Committee chairman and will assume her duties in October, when the NPC convenes in Los Angeles, California, for its annual meeting. The installation ceremony will be streamed live from the NPC Annual Meeting, held October 10-12, 2013. You can view it Saturday evening, October 12, here.
The National Panhellenic Conference is the premier advocacy and support organization for the advancement of the sorority experience. The NPC provides support and guidance for its 26 member inter/national sororities/women's fraternities and serves as the national voice on contemporary issues of sorority life. It is governed by a 26-member board and a five-member Executive Committee. The Advocacy Committee chairman, Panhellenics Committee chairman, and Budget & Finance Committee chairman are appointed by the NPC chairman, approved by the Board of Directors and serve as voting members of the Executive Committee.
Lynnda, an alumna member of the Gamma Kappa Chapter (Kent State University), has served as Delta Zeta Sorority's National Panhellenic Conference Delegate on the National Council since 2002. She has previously served on the Council as National Vice President of Membership (1993-1998), National Treasurer (1989-1993) and National Director/College Chapter Finances (1987-1991). In addition, she has served on the National Extension Committee, National Membership Development Committee, National Philanthropy Development Committee, National Housing Corporation and as National Chairman for both the Field Activities Committee and the Finance Committee.
Lynnda has served the National Panhellenic Conference since 1993 as a College Panhellenics Committee Area Advisor for campuses in both Michigan and Ohio. She has previously served the conference as the Area Advisor Coordinator for Mid America, on the Judiciary Appeals Committee, the Recruitment Committee, and currently on the Budget & Finance Committee, and has participated in several NPC Consulting Team campus visits. Additionally, Lynnda serves during sorority recruitment as an RFM Specialist. She is also a member of the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors.
Lynnda, who holds a bachelor's degree in Education for the Speech and Hearing Impaired from Kent State University, works part time as a standardized patient/actor in the Wasson Center for Clinical Skills, Training, Assessment and Scholarship at the Northeast Ohio Medical University in Rootstown, Ohio. She volunteers for various charities in her community, assists her local chapter at Kent State University on the House Corporation Board and is a member of the Kent Alumnae Chapter.
In addition to Lynnda, the Delta Zeta NPC Delegation includes: Phyllis Sundberg Davis, Alabama - Alpha Gamma, Past National Officer, National Panhellenic Conference First Alternate Delegate, Recruitment Committee Chairman and College Panhellenics Committee Area Advisor; Michelle Albrecht Smith, California/Los Angeles - Alpha Chi, Past National President, National Panhellenic Conference Second Alternate Delegate, University Document Review Committee member and College Panhellenics Committee Area Advisor; Kathi Bray Heatherly, Central Oklahoma - Epsilon Upsilon, Past National Officer, National Panhellenic Conference Third Alternate Delegate, Alumnae Panhellenics Committee Chairman, Area Advisor Coordinator and College Panhellenics Committee Area Advisor. Jeanine Peterson Triplett, Louisville (KY) - Beta Gamma, National President, and Cindy Winslow Menges, Miami (OH) - Alpha, Executive Director, also attend the meetings of the National Panhellenic Conference.
Delta Zeta members who have served on the Executive Committee of the National Panhellenic Conference in the past include:
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