Lorah S. Monroe Excellence in Advisory Board Support Award
Lorah Sarah Monroe was a 1911 initiate of Eta Chapter. She served as chairman of the extension committee from 1915-1918. She was vice president from 1918-1922 and national president from 1926-1939. As a past national president of the Sorority, Lorah held many positions including NPC delegate and chairman of the ritual committee. She served as Parliamentarian at several Conventions, attending every Convention from 1911-1972. Lorah also participated in 18 installations. She died in June 1971.
Recognizes an advisory board for excellence in advising a collegiate chapter.
Alpha Tau, Michigan State University
The Alpha Tau advisory board has worked hard to build a productive, positive relationship built on sisterhood with the corporation board and collegiate members. They held three board workshops with the advisory board, corporation board, and executive council over the year to discuss the chapter's RLC goals, primary recruitment and team bonding. The board meets in person once a month, sometimes at the chapter house and sometimes at a AB member's home. Each advisor meets with her advisee once a month, and an AB member is present at all chapter meetings, philanthropy events, social functions, and corporation board meetings. They also implemented a junior advisor opportunity to allow graduate students attending Michigan State a chance to shadow AB members and connect to the alumnae membership experience.
- Epsilon Lambda, California State University, Sacramento
- Lambda Zeta, University of South Florida