College of Education development director named chair of National Panhellenic Conference
Fort Worth, TX | October 14, 2013 09:36 AM | Print this story
Jean M. Mrasek, development director for the College of Education at TCU and a former national president of Chi Omega sorority, has been named chairman of the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) for 2013-15.
Mrasek, from Southlake, TX, will lead the NPC board, which represents 26 national and international member sororities in the United States and Canada. NPC sororities are located at 666 campuses with 325,772 undergraduate members in 3,127 chapters.
Mrasek and four other members of the NPC Executive Committee were installed at the group’s annual meeting in Los Angeles Oct. 12.
“NPC’s 26 member sororities, as a whole, continue to report membership increases year over year,” said Mrasek. “Women continue to find value in the sorority experience — through friendships made, community service work completed and in connecting to potential job sources after graduation.”
“We are so grateful to have Jean Mrasek as part of our university community — and now as a much bigger part of the women’s sorority movement,” said TCU Chancellor Victor Boschini. “She will undoubtedly do her usual outstanding job in this new leadership role. Historically, TCU has had a long-standing positive tie with our national sororities. We are thrilled to be building upon that relationship with Chairman Mrasek.”