WHAT ARE WE PLANNING

Jessica continues, “You can have a consistent experience where people can be individually seen.

That’s the real work that Alpha Chi is trying to do.”

As we continue to get to know our members,

individually and as a collective organization,

we know that our work on DE&I is never done.

Staff and volunteers throughout the Enterprise are working diligently to identify areas for improvement and new initiatives,

with input from the collegiate focus groups and feedback from our members in mind.

Our national boards are actively working on succession strategies involving DE&I to better reflect our membership.

In addition, we are intentionally attracting and including women who represent our diverse membership in volunteer roles and leadership appointments.

As an Indiana-based company, Alpha Chi Omega joined Indiana Forward, a coalition of businesses,

advocacy groups and other organizations, in a bipartisan effort to pass a bias crimes law in the state.

While the measure did not pass in the legislature,

Alpha Chi Omega stands ready to join together and advocate for policy changes.

Jessica points out that although DE&I is an incredibly difficult conversation, Alpha Chi is not shying away from it.

We are asking questions to learn what our members need individually, as unique chapters and as a national organization,

and we are taking action.

We continue to learn and explore new avenues to increase diversity and create inclusive

and equitable environments where all members can feel safe and confident to develop into real, strong women.

Alpha Chi Omega has a lot to be proud of,

especially considering the very real and compelling industry challenges Greek-letter organizations are facing.

 Establishing a steady path forward can be difficult when the unexpected disruption to plans is seemingly becoming the new normal.

Careful consideration of the importance of adaptability will continue to be part of the framework moving forward.

 This will allow our next plan to remain nimble and flexible when trying times are upon us.

In addition to building out the strategic framework, we equip ourselves with the best possible team,

because when the unexpected arrives, having the right people – and having a strong and dedicated sisterhood – allows us to take those challenges and turn them into triumphs.

How will we best position Alpha Chi Omega to be responsive to the changing environment and to the challenges our members face? How do we perpetuate lifetime engagement?

Alpha Chi Omega has a lot to be proud of, especially considering the very real and compelling industry challenges Greek-letter organizations are facing.

 Establishing a steady path forward can be difficult when the unexpected disruption to plans is seemingly becoming the new normal.

Careful consideration of the importance of adaptability will continue to be part of the framework moving forward.

 This will allow our next plan to remain nimble and flexible when trying times are upon us.

In addition to building out the strategic framework, we equip ourselves with the best possible team, because when the unexpected arrives, having the right people – and having a strong and dedicated sisterhood – allows us to take those challenges and turn them into triumphs.

How will we best position Alpha Chi Omega to be responsive to the changing environment and to the challenges our members face? How do we perpetuate lifetime engagement?

Alpha Chi Omega has a lot to be proud of, especially considering the very real and compelling industry challenges Greek-letter organizations are facing.

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