INDIANAPOLIS (June 27, 2016) — The Alpha Kappa Psi Fraternity Board of Directors recently appointed J. Christian Nuccio, North Carolina-Charlotte ’09-Life and Allison H. Moore, Florida State ’94-Life as the Judiciary Committee chair and vice chair respectively.
The primary function of the Alpha Kappa Psi Judiciary Committee (JC) is to help protect the reputation of the fraternity through use of the risk management polices. The JC is both proactive and reactive in nature. It maintains resources and tools for chapters and volunteers to assist with the education of risk management issues. The reactionary function of the JC is to investigate the actions of chapters, members and guests that may have violated policies or be considered detrimental to the fraternity.
|Christian Nuccio graduated from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in 2010 and earned a masters degree from Marshall University in 2016. As a volunteer, Christian served as a section director, regional manager of risk management, and both regional chief of staff and chief operating officer until being appointed to the Judicial Committee in 2015. He also serves as a member of the Fraternity Ritual Team. Christian was selected as the Fraternity Regional Manager of the Year in 2013 and awarded the Silver Distinguished Service Award in 2014. Professionally, he serves as a Captain in the US Army.|
|Allison Moore is a consultant at Willis Towers Watson in Atlanta, Georgia. She has more than 18 years of experience in the employee benefits industry, with emphasis on health analytics. She also leads campus recruiting for her local area. She has a passion for big data and risk management. Allison has been a member of Alpha Kappa Psi since 1994 and was a past regional director.|
“It’s an honor to be selected to lead the Judiciary Committee among such a distinguished group of alumni,” said Nuccio. “The committee is in a unique position to provide targeted risk management counsel to chapters that need it the most. In the upcoming year, we hope to expand the committee to take a proactive risk management approach by encouraging open dialogue between committee members and students.”
Nuccio and Moore will take over the Judiciary Committee chair and vice chair roles from Mariel Reynolds, American ’02 and Jeff E. Frank, Eastern Michigan ’86-Life. Frank will remain as a member of the Judiciary Committee, but after her time and dedication, Reynolds will not be returning to the committee.