Meet Your New CERC, Kimberly Millies!

Meet Kimberly Millies, Chapter Educational Resource Coordinator (CERC) for Area II. The CERC is responsible for assisting and working with AKPsi chapters. Kimberly was initiated into the Delta Phi chapter in 2015. She joined the staff in January 2018 after graduating from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in May 2017. Find out what you and Kimberly have in common!

Announcing New Regional Director Appointment

INDIANAPOLIS (June 11, 2018) — The Alpha Kappa Psi Board of Directors recently appointed Erik Thomas as regional director of the Eastern Great Plains Region. The appointment will take effect July 1. 


Eastern Great Plains Regional Director

Erik Thomas, Western Kentucky ’07

Erik Thomas was initiated into Alpha Kappa Psi through the Zeta Tau Chapter at Western Kentucky University (Bowling Green, KY), in 2007. While a student member, he served on the executive board as vice president of membership and president. He also volunteered on various committees allowing him insight into fraternity volunteering. After graduating, he served as chapter advisor and section director for both the Southern Bluegrass Region and Alumni Region. During this time he became a founding member of the Bluegrass Alumni chapter. While volunteering, he received his first degree Silver DSA from the Zeta Tau Chapter. He currently works as a collections specialist at Big Ass Fans where every day provides new insights into the world of business.

 

“The fraternity has allowed me as a student and volunteer to see the past that we have come from and the destiny that we are going toward and it is great. I am excited to work with the Eastern Great Plains Region and see it’s growth for us all.”


The Regional Director is charged with working closely with the chapter educational resource coordinator, regional volunteers, and the vice president to ensure a quality student experience. Through the support of effective chapter operations and the learning and development initiatives of the fraternity, the regional director has a lasting impact on the professional and personal growth of Alpha Kappa Psi students and volunteers.

Announcing New Regional Director Appointment

INDIANAPOLIS (June 11, 2018) — The Alpha Kappa Psi Board of Directors recently appointed Lea Goodwin as regional director of the Southern Delta Region. The appointment will take effect immediately. 


Southern Delta Regional Director

Lea Goodwin, Louisiana State ’99 – Life

Lea was initiated in 1999 at Louisiana State University’s Beta Chi chapter as a re-chartering founder and is also a founder of the Crescent City Alumni Chapter in New Orleans. Before her appointment as Regional Director, Lea, a Silver DSA recipient, served as a Fraternity Manager this past year, on the Southern Delta RMT as Section Director for Louisiana 2014-2017, and as the Chapter Advisor for LSU intermittently for a total of eight years. 

Professionally, Lea is a Project Management Professional (PMP) in the healthcare industry, focusing on healthcare analytics/business intelligence and business development. Lea has over 25 years of experience in information technology and over 15 years of project/program management experience in overseeing diverse and complicated tasks with a track record of success in implementation of complicated deliverables.

“I look forward to serving the Southern Delta region by giving the student brothers the tools needed to succeed and by improving some of the alumni relations across the Gulf South.  We have a number of wonderful resources available to us and one of the tricks is just knowing to ask before times are difficult.  I want my region to know they can reach out to me anytime.”


The Regional Director is charged with working closely with the chapter educational resource coordinator, regional volunteers, and the vice president to ensure a quality student experience. Through the support of effective chapter operations and the learning and development initiatives of the fraternity, the regional director has a lasting impact on the professional and personal growth of Alpha Kappa Psi students and volunteers.