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Posted On: Thursday, April 10, 2014 09:00 AM, by Angela Grimes
L-R: Lisa Olney, Theta Foundation trustee; Jennifer Coleman, FHC committee member; and Kate Madigan, ADD District II
Wisdom and perspective are the hallmarks of this decade, and you finally have plenty of both! Over many years, you've learned what works and what doesn't, and also what brings you the greatest personal satisfaction as a volunteer.

Your time may be more precious than ever, which is why you're choosier about the opportunities you pursue. Your focus may be shifting too—from broad issues like social change to causes that are closer to your home, work, family, or place of worship. By following your heart and utilizing your many talents, you've demonstrated you're ready to ascend the highest ladder of leadership.

• Advance in the levels of service to Theta as a district director, Fraternity facility consultant or on a Fraternity committee
• Become the president or officer of a non-profit board of directors
• Join the parent/teacher organization in your child's school
• Become a professional mentor
• Use your professional skills to chair a committee such as a special events, public relations or finance

Angela Grimes, Beta Kappa/Drake, is a Fraternity facility consultant and a member of the volunteer engagement committee.


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