Alumnae Advisory Committee
AOII alumnae can provide leadership and guidance
for nearby collegiate chapters by serving as a member of the Alumnae Advisory Committee.
The advisers help the collegiate chapter maintain the continuity of leadership, operate in
a sound and mature manner, and serve as adult role models and mentors, to challenge and
inspire collegiate members to perform to the best of their abilities at all times. The AAC
meets monthly during the school year, and once during the summer, plus one social night
The strength and respect which AOII enjoys as a fraternity are a direct
reflection of it's alumnae members. Being an adviser takes time, loyalty, and
love, but it's an exciting and rewarding experience with smiles, laughs and
special moments. One of the most rewarding experiences of your life awaits you
as you accept the responsibility for continuing the love and friendship we have
found in AOII.
Statistics show that successful
chapters are those who are well supported by alumnae advisers. Please consider
being a guide and a resource to a group of fantastic collegians who want your
help! Contact Jeanette for more
The current members of the AAC are:
- email to get involved
Public Relations Adviser
Risk Management Adviser
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The Corporation Board is the Legal entity of Beta Tau Chapter. All property and assets
are owned by the Corporation Board. This includes silver, composite, ritual equipment ,
robes, etc. Therefore, it is also the responsibility of corporation board to care,
maintain, and protect these said assets and properties. The Corporation Board is
authorized to sign leases, etc on behalf of Beta Tau chapter. It is also responsible for
investing the Building & Furnishing fund monies to help grow funds for the procurement
of housing & its upkeep, and until that time, to provide storage of AOII items.
If you interested in learning
please contact Tanya Bailey Smith for further details.
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