Alumni Greek Council
What is the Alumni Greek Council?
The Alumni Greek Council is comprised of an undergraduate (usually the president) and alumni member from each Sewanee Greek Organization.
Who leads the Alumni Greek Council?
Our AGC has elected the following officers and appointment for following committee leaders:
Brad Peabody, President
Rachel Watson, VP for Sororities
Jimmy Wilson, VP for Fraternities
Elizabeth Henry, Recording Secretary for Sororities
Lawson Whitaker, Recording Secretary for Fraternities
Mary Margaret Murdock, President
Paley Smith, VP for Rush & IMs
Izzy Mulkin, VP for Records & Publicity
Olivia Bailey, VP for Community Service & Education
Garrett Lucey, President
Peter Rohr, VP for Rush & IMs
Austin Polun, VP for Community Service & Education
Jack Carter, VP for Records & Publicity
Colin Nelson-Pinkston, Coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Life (current Greek Advisor)
When do they meet?
The AGC meets twice a year along the following general schedule.
- the meeting of AGC Executive Officers on an annual Friday in the fall
- the meeting of the full AGC on the following Saturday morning
- In conjunction with Beyond the Gates, which is always the first weekend before Easter classes begin in Mid-January
How does their work relate to the undergraduate chapter?
Alumni representatives are usually chapter advisors or house corporation presidents or simply involved alumni, depending upon the chapter. While the AGC will meet three times annually, representatives are encouraged to meet with chapters or chapter leaders outside of the formal AGC gatherings. Their role is to connect with and to communicate with the entire chapter as to the issues considered and decisions made in the Alumni Greek Council gatherings. Most importantly, alumni representatives should mentor undergraduates on leadership, responsibility and accountability.
What's on the agenda?
The upcoming meeting's agenda includes recruitment policy and social host guidelines.