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Carol Warren NPC Award Winner 2

Pi Beta Phi Leader Receives the National Panhellenic Conference Distinguished Service Award

Published On: 2015-12-03

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Pi Beta Phi Leader Receives the National Panhellenic Conference Distinguished Service Award  

ST. LOUIS, MO – December 3, 2015 – At the 2015 National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) Annual Meeting Pi Beta Phi member Carol Warren of Woodbury, Minnesota, received the NPC Distinguished Service Award. This prestigious award recognizes an individual who has given outstanding service to the fraternity and sorority community.

Carol has served Pi Beta Phi for 29 years in numerous roles including terms on Pi Phi’s Grand Council, Pi Beta Phi Foundation’s Board of Trustees and Fraternity Housing Corporation Board of Directors. She has also served the NPC community for 14 years. Her true passion and commitment to NPC was shown in her work on the long range planning committee, which ensures the Conference remains a vital force in the fraternity and sorority community.

“Carol’s 14 years of service to the National Panhellenic Conference where she selflessly contributed to further promote the mission and the vision of the Conference all while advancing the sorority experience for today’s collegians and alumnae make her a most deserving recipient of the NPC’s Distinguished Service Award,” Pi Beta Phi President Paula Shepherd said.

Carol is currently an RFM Specialist and has served in this role for 11 years. She works hard to hone her skills despite her tenure and takes every opportunity to provide feedback and directive to the RFM Specialists and the fraternity/sorority advisors she works with throughout the recruitment season.

“I am so very honored and humbled by this recognition,” Carol Warren said. “My service in NPC was a fabulous experience with a group of outstanding women. My NPC family gave me a second very special sisterhood and many opportunities to serve and support this exceptional collaborative organization. Pi Beta Phi has given me so very many opportunities to serve and lead. It has fostered my growth as a leader and opened a tremendous number of doors where I could serve.”

About Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women: Founded in 1867 at Monmouth College in Illinois, Pi Beta Phi has installed 200 collegiate chapters and nearly 300 alumnae organizations worldwide. Pi Beta Phi promotes friendship, develops women of intellect and integrity, cultivates leadership potential and enriches the lives of members and their communities. The Fraternity believes in the power of reading and through its philanthropy, Read > Lead > Achieve®, promotes a lifelong love of reading that can unlock true potential. For more information, visit www.pibetaphi.org or follow Pi Phi on Twitter and Facebook.