After graduating in 1983 with her bachelor’s degree in French and secondary education from Hanover College, Beth traveled as a Chapter Consultant for Phi Mu.
She has volunteered for the Fraternity as a Chapter Adviser for the Eta Alpha Chapter at the University of California, Berkeley; Eta Area Collegiate Director; Beta Area Alumnae Director; and Area I Membership Director. In 2002, Beth was appointed to National Council as Vice President Communications and Extension and in 2004, she was elected as Vice President Alumnae. She served as an Alternate Delegate on the Phi Mu NPC Delegation for six years. In 2012, Beth was again appointed Vice President Communications and Extension and in 2014, she was elected to her first of two terms as National President. She was reelected in 2016.
Professionally, Beth is a Brand Manager for Learfield Licensing Partners and oversees the licensing programs of 24 collegiate properties in six states. She has worked for Learfield since 2009. An active volunteer in her community, Beth serves as the Chairman of the Miss Oktoberfest Pageant annually and also volunteers for the St. Augustine Parish Catholic Church.
Beth and her husband Jeff have four adult children: Kara, Alisha, Alex and Ethan. Both Kara and Alisha are Phi Mus.
Strengths: Woo, Positivity, Connectedness, Restorative, Communication
Andrea received her bachelor’s degree in social work from Indiana University in 1997 and her master’s degree in college student personnel from Bowling Green State University in 2000.
She represented Phi Mu as a Chapter Consultant and a Graduate Counselor. She has held a variety of volunteer positions within the Fraternity including Area Membership Director, Area Operations and Finance Director, Area Operations Coordinator and National Extension Director. Locally, she has served on the Delta Alpha Chapter Advisory Council and House Corporation and was the Faculty Adviser for the Rho Alpha Chapter.
Andrea is the Director of External Affairs and Special Projects for the Division of Student Affairs at IUPUI. She has worked for Indiana University on its Indianapolis campus since 2002.
She is an active volunteer in the St. Matthew Parish, including coordinating the annual gala fundraiser. She lives in Indianapolis with her husband, son and daughter.
Strengths: Responsibility, Consistency, Relator, Developer, Achiever
Jennifer graduated from The College of William and Mary in 1993 where she majored in government.
Prior to serving on National Council, Jen served Phi Mu as a member of the Gamma Delta Advisory Council, an Area Membership Director, Area Membership Coordinator, National Collegiate Membership Director, National Enrichment Team Chairman, Nominating Committee Chairman and National Director of New Chapters.
Professionally, Jen owns and operates a boutique political polling and market research consulting firm, LJR Custom Strategies. She began at the then-Washington, D.C., based firm as a research assistant in 1993, was appointed Vice President in 2001, was promoted to a partner in the firm in 2006 and became the President and Owner in 2012.
In addition to volunteering for Phi Mu, Jen is the Chair of the Board of Directors of the Louisiana Budget Project and is the Finance Chair and Lay Leader at St. Mark’s United Methodist Church. She and her husband Matt lived in D.C. for 18 years before moving to New Orleans in 2010.
Strengths: Activator, Strategic, Achiever, Includer, Responsibility
Andie graduated from Georgetown College in Kentucky with a double major in English and communication arts.
Most recently, Andie completed two two-year terms as the Phi Mu Foundation Corporate Secretary and Treasurer. She previously served on National Council as Vice President Communications and Extension, from 2008-2012, and Vice President Collegiate Membership, from 2002-2006. She has also held the positions of National Panhellenic Conference Third Alternate Delegate; Area Collegiate Membership Coordinator; National Collegiate Membership Director; Area Collegiate Director; National Colony Director; House Corporation officer; Advisory Council member; and she worked for Phi Mu as a Chapter Consultant. In 2000, Andie received the Outstanding Advisory Council Member Award.
Andie began her career at HI-FLOAT Company, an international chemical manufacturer, as the Director of Sales and Marketing. Since 2002, she has led the organization as President & CEO.
Andie lives in Louisville, Kentucky with her husband and three children. She has been active in the community as president of the Anchorage Children’s Theatre and President of the Anchorage Parent Teacher Association.
Strengths: Activator, Input, Maximizer, Competition, Communication
Beth initiated at Phi Gamma at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and graduated from Towson University where she majored in mass communications and kinesiology with a minor in film.
Prior to serving on National Council, Beth served as a member of the Gamma Gamma Advisory Council, Gamma Gamma Chapter Adviser, Phi Theta Chapter Adviser, an Area Operations and Finance Director, Alumnae Director, National Phi Mu Day Chairman and National Director of Alumnae Engagement.
Beth is a Senior Vice President at Bank of America. She is part of the Diversity Talent Acquisition Talent Team which provides consultation to internal partners on sourcing, recruiting and hiring diverse top talent. Prior to working there, Beth worked at US Lacrosse, a 501(c)3 organization. She served as the Director of Sport Development which lent itself well to the work the Fraternity and National Council are doing under the policy governance model of leadership.
In addition to volunteering for Phi Mu, Beth is actively involved in her community as a member of the Asian Leadership Network, Charlotte Humane Society and the Bank of America Volunteers Network.
Beth has two fur kids and can often be found at Flywheel Sports either on the bike or in the barre studio.
Strengths: Arranger, Relator, Strategic, Responsibility, Achiever
Lynn is a 1991 graduate of The University of Wisconsin – River Falls where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology. She is a charter member of her collegiate chapter, where she served as Membership Director.
Lynn has volunteered for Phi Mu in a variety of roles including New Chapter Adviser, Chapter Adviser, Chapter Finance Adviser, Chapter Association President, Alumnae Chapter Treasurer, Alumnae Panhellenic Delegate, National Chapter Association Chairman, National Director of Alumnae Membership and Foundation Trustee.
Now an extremely active volunteer, Lynn worked in higher education for eight years. She was employed as a Resident Assistant and Assistant Residence Hall Director at the University of Wisconsin – River Falls, Residence Hall Director at Loras College and Coordinator of Residence Life at St. Catherine’s University. She owned and operated a retail floral boutique for ten years. In addition to volunteering for Phi Mu, Lynn serves her local community in leadership positions for the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, South Washington High County School District and the Parent Teacher Association.
In 2005, Lynn sold her business and turned her attention to raising her children. She lives in Minneapolis with her husband, son and daughter.
Strengths: Positivity, Futuristic, Responsibility, Arranger
Beth received her bachelor’s degree in communications and political science from Georgetown College and her master’s in instructional systems development from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. She was a Chapter Consultant after graduating from Georgetown. She began her volunteer career with Phi Mu as the Gamma Delta Membership Adviser before becoming an Area Membership Director in 2001. She also volunteers for the Best Buddies organization and Meals on Wheels.
She became involved in the Extension Department as the National Extension Director. She was appointed to National Council in 2006 as the Vice President Communications and Extension and then served as Vice President Collegiate Membership from 2008-2012. In 2012, Beth was appointed to lead the strategic planning committee, a joint Fraternity-Foundation initiative that developed the proposal for both organizations to move to the Policy Governance Model.
Beth has eight years of experience in elementary education; she currently teaches fifth grade. She has also worked in marketing communications for a variety of companies. She, her husband and their two children live in Brentwood, Tenn.
Strengths: Responsibility, Communication, Input, Arranger, Relator
Donna is a graduate of Texas Tech University where she earned a bachelor of science in home economics education and clothing and textiles. She earned an MBA in telecommunications management at the University of Dallas.
Donna has served as Vice President Panhellenic since 2010. She also serves on the Board of the Directors for the National Panhellenic Conference. One of her roles in NPC is to serve as the Area Advisor for Texas Christian University.
Donna previously served on National Council as Vice President Finance and on the Phi Mu Foundation Board of Trustees from 1998-2002. She also was a member of the Financial Planning Group, Publications and Editorial Director, Collegiate Finance Director, Area Finance Director, Area Alumnae Director, Area Leadership Conference Coordinator and an Alumnae Chapter President.
Since retiring in 2011, Donna continues to work part time for Tarrant County College in the Technical Operations Department. She is also a Senior Tax Consultant and Instructor for H&R Block.
In additional to her Phi Mu and NPC volunteer work, Donna serves on the Library Board in North Richland Hills, Texas. She is a proud grandmother of two grandsons.
Strengths: Achiever, Harmony, Input, Belief, Arranger