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Call for Keynote & Featured Speakers

Logistics & Details

If you are hoping to book speaking engagements around the country and throughout the year, speaking at one of our conferences will increase your engagement opportunities. Since more than 80% of conference attendees are new, your presence is valuable year after year.

The purpose of our conferences is to provide college and university fraternal leaders with the premier leadership experience and cutting edge educational opportunities that will enable them to build and develop their leadership skills as individuals and as community leaders. Your presentation at both of these conferences has the ability to result in significant development of student leaders.

The costs associated with showcasing are very low compared to the return on your investment. The only fee we require is you or your booking agent become Associate Subscribers of the Association of Fraternal Leadership & Values and you/your speakers register for the conference at which they are presenting. Personal costs include your travel, hotel, and meals.

Speaker Options

Opening Session | Thursday Evening (50 – 55 minutes)

Simply put, this session is the tone-setter for our conference. The program needs to cover a topic that will apply to all audience attendees and programs that are proven to be engaging and/or interactive are encouraged to apply for this slot. Approximate attendance for this program at AFLV Central is 2,500. Approximate attendance at AFLV West is 1,000.

Evening Entertainment | Late Thursday Evening (50 – 55 minutes)

This session is designed to be both educational and entertaining and usually occurs after 10 p.m. Programs need not be as broad as the opening educational session, but should still apply to all audience attendees. Previous topics have included relationships, diversity, cultural awareness, and more. Previous sessions have been provided by comedians, hypnotists, drag queens, and keynote speakers. Approximate attendance for this program at AFLV Central is 1,250. Approximate attendance at AFLV West is 250.

General Sessions | Friday or Saturday Morning (50 – 55 minutes)

Similar to the opening session, these keynote opportunities should cover a topic that will apply to all audience attendees. Approximate attendance for this program at AFLV Central: 2,750. Approximate attendance at AFLV West is 1,000.

Featured Speakers | Friday or Saturday Afternoon (25 - 30 minutes OR 50 – 55 minutes)

Several featured speaker sessions are offered during various educational session blocks throughout the conference. These sessions can be broad or topic specific (hazing, risk management, recruitment, social good, life after college, sexual assault, etc.), and they are offered as “mini-keynotes” to a smaller audience of conference attendees. Approximate attendance for these programs at AFLV Central is 250 - 500 and at AFLV Central only, you may be slotted for a 30 min session. Approximate attendance for these programs at AFLV West is 150 - 200.

Closing Session | Sunday Morning (50 – 55 minutes)

This session is intended to serve as the culmination of the entire conference experience. The program needs to cover a topic that will apply to all audience attendees, and programs that are proven to be reflective in nature are encouraged to apply for this slot. Approximate attendance for this program at AFLV Central is 1,250. Approximate attendance for this program at AFLV West is 500.

Topics & Audience

Recommended Topics:

 Social Issues  Campus Safety  Community Service       Leadership
 Accountability  Public Relations  Fraternal Values  Member Recruitment
 Life After College  Member Retention  Risk Management  Health & Wellness
 Diversity & Inclusiveness       Social Entrepreneurship         

 

Target Audience

The typical conference attendee is a junior or senior fraternity/sorority leader who holds one or more leadership positions on campus. These student leaders are also likely to hold positions in student government, volunteer organizations, and other campuswide programming boards. Almost all delegates hold membership in and serve as an officer of the Interfraternity, Panhellenic, National Pan-hellenic, Latino, Asian Greek, or Multicultural Greek council. In addition, inter/national officers, headquarters staff, and toher members of fraternal organizations are regular attendees along with advising professionals and volunteers who are influential leaders in the fraternity/sorority community.

More specifically, this includes:

 Chapter Officers  Men & Women  Headquarters Professionals
 Council Officers  NPHC Councils  Volunteers
 Professionals  Latino/a Councils       Multicultural Councils
 General Audience       Alumni/ae  

 

Application

We are no longer accepting applications for the 2017 conferences. Please check back in early 2017 for information for the 2018 conference season.

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