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Jason Bergeron: Elected to AFA Executive Board as the Vice President of Membership

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Earlier this month, the Association for Fraternity/Sorority Advisors (AFA) announced that Jason Bergeron, the Director for the Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life at the University of Houston, was elected to AFA Executive Board  as the Vice President of Membership.  As part of this two-year commitment, he will be responsible for the oversight and coordination of all fundamental changes to the regional structure of the association and supervise the 5 regional directors within the association. Jason’s volunteer experience with AFA  include serving on the Assessment Committee (2006-2008) and being a Chair of the Assessment Committee (2008-2010) Additionally, he has served on the AFA Perspectives Quarterly Magazine Editorial Board (2010-2012) and has been an active writer and presenter for the Association.

“I am honored to represent the fraternity/sorority advising profession and the University of Houston as a member of the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors Executive Board. Through this new role I am excited to discover new and innovative ways to support higher education professionals as they use fraternities and sororities to advance student learning and development.”

Jason Bergeron
Director, Center for Fraternity & Sorority Life

AFA provides exceptional experiences, a vibrant community, and essential resources for the success of fraternity/sorority advisors. Through  programs and meetings, publications, networking opportunities, and other resources, AFA is the leading voice in aligning the fraternity/sorority and higher education experiences. For more information about AFA, visit www.afa1976.org.


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