INDIANAPOLIS (October 5, 2018) — Alpha Kappa Psi recently appointed fifteen alumni to the Alumni Strategic Advisory Council, completing the recruitment for all three Strategic Advisory Councils.
The Strategic Advisory Councils represent the primary stakeholder groups’ equities in the development and execution of Fraternity programming and initiatives. The Councils are made up of three groups: Student Advisory Council, Alumni Advisory Council, and Volunteer Advisory Council. Each council communicates their thoughts and ideas directly to the Management Team and Heritage Center staff which allows council members to have direct input on fraternity initiatives to members within the highest level of the fraternity leadership structure.
There are three objectives of The Strategic Advisory Councils:
- To have a formal mechanism to obtain consistent feedback from each audience within the fraternity on programming that affects them by intentionally seeking constructive feedback from a diverse group within each audience;
- To enable representatives of each audience to have a voice in developing initiatives at the fraternity level through peer-to-peer influence and direct contact with decision makers within the fraternity.
- To serve as checks and balances for fraternity initiatives before they are ready for a debut to the fraternity by providing prompt, transparent, and easy to understand information at each meeting that informs the group on the initiative being developed and encourages the group to give constructive feedback.
Headquartered in Indianapolis, Alpha Kappa Psi Fraternity was founded in 1904 on the principles of educating its members and the public to appreciate and demand higher ideals in business. With more than 240,000 members worldwide, Alpha Kappa Psi currently has 226 campus-based chapters and 43 metropolitan based alumni chapters across four countries. Learn more about the oldest and largest co-educational professional business fraternity.
Alpha Kappa Psi is recognized as the premier developer of principled business leaders.