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For Professionals

AFLV is committed to providing professionals space to challenge current practices and engage in meaningful dialogue to accelerate progress in fraternity and sorority experiences.

We offer a variety of educational sessions as well as three general sessions exclusively for professionals. Meet the industry leaders disrupting current practices for the better.

Friday, Jan. 31

Professional General Session // 9–10:30 a.m.

Shift Yes

World-class improviser Galen Emanuele works with organizations to create a “Yes, And” culture to skyrocket communication, leadership and establish cohesive, highly engaged teams. In this program, he'll highlight the best practices of self-management, collaboration, responsibility, openness to change, and effective communication to foster productive and high-performing teams. Through thought-provoking activities aimed at enhancing leadership, building cohesive team cultures, and navigating conflict, you'll come away with actionable skills and tools to change the way you approach leadership as a team.

Facilitator: Galen Emanuele, Shift Yes

Professionals’ General Session // 4:15–5:30 p.m.

Positive Culture Change Framework

The many health and safety issues facing college students today are not new but addressing them require new ways of thinking. In this session, professionals will learn how shifting the way they approach health and safety issues can increase the likelihood of improved outcomes for students. A simple behavioral model will illustrate how imperative changing student beliefs is in improving health and safety related decisions. Our culture’s impact on student health and safety will be discussed and how working across the social environments will transform the system to one where health and safety is embedded into the college experience.

Katie Dively, M.S., Montana State University,

Saturday, Feb. 1

Professionals’ General Session // 10:45–11:45 a.m.

NASPA Update: Trends in Focus and Next Steps Post-FSL Summit

How ready are we for the changing dynamics coming our way in higher education, student affairs, and fraternity/sorority? Join us to discuss data and trends that will be most relevant to the fraternity/sorority experience and fraternity/sorority professional in the next few years. We will close this session with updates from the Fraternity/Sorority Life Summit that took place in October 2019 at the University of Houston.

Stephanie A. Gordon, Ed.D, Vice President for Professional Development, NASPA

Professionals’ Welcome Reception + Town Hall

Thursday, Jan. 30 // 9–10:15 p.m.

Additional ed breakout sessions will deep dive into:

  • community driven approaches to new member education
  • redefining hazing investigation practices
  • effective advising strategies
  • developing council-wide risk prevention strategies
  • exploring a holistic approach to organizational growth
  • developing effective year-round sexual violence prevention programming
  • staff development
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