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Cygnus Survey Update

Just more than one year ago, we joined together with more than 35 other sororities and fraternities to conduct an international survey of Greek Association members with Cygnus Applied Research. In this study, our goal was to learn more about how members view their fraternal relationships, where we should focus our efforts in the future, and how we can improve the Greek experience for everyone.

We’d like to thank you for taking the time to complete this survey and for sharing your thoughts with us! You shared great insight into what inspires you to give back to Phi Mu and we’re using that information as a guide for our planning for the year ahead.

Remembering Annadell Lamb, Delta Alpha

Dear Phi Mu Foundation Members:

With great sadness, I wanted to share with you that one of our dear sisters, Past Foundation President Annadell Craig Lamb, Delta Alpha, has moved on to Chapter Eternal. Annadell was a true Phi Mu treasure, well-known for her boundless knowledge of Phi Mu history and traditions. She served the Fraternity as the National Historian/Historian Emeritus for 49 years and authored two editions of The History of Phi Mu during her tenure.

Annadell was also a faithful champion of Phi Mu Foundation, serving on the Board of Trustees for 22 years, including as its president in 1986-1992. She helped lead the first campaign for Phi Mu to build the National Headquarters building and was an honorary chairman of the One Destiny Campaign. Annadell was one of the Foundation’s greatest servant leaders, inspiring others to follow in her footsteps in supporting the lifetime development of women.

Annadell will be missed by many Phi Mu sisters, including me. She had an incredible impact on my own Phi Mu journey and I will forever be grateful for the time we had together.


Love in Our Bond,

Robin White Fanning, Beta Iota

Foundation President

Join the Foundation Team!

The Foundation team is growing!

We’re looking for a full-time Development Officer and a part-time Donor Relations Assistant to join the Foundation staff and help advance our mission of the lifetime development of Phi Mu women.

Development Officer

Reporting to the Senior Director of Development, this role will be remote with concentrated travel and portfolio management in East Texas/Louisiana and the metro Washington D.C. area. The Development Officer will serve as an integral part of the development team to advance fundraising efforts and mission delivery.  The Development Officer will have the opportunity to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward a portfolio of mid-level donors; increase annual giving program membership; support the public phase of the $15 million One Destiny comprehensive campaign; manage prospect research and the digital moves management system; manage and support key volunteer teams; support special events, and advance individual giving efforts and all related responsibilities. You can view the full job description here.

Donor Relations Assistant

Reporting to the Donor Relations Manager, this role will be located in Peachtree City, GA at Phi Mu National Headquarters. The Donor Relations Assistant will provide professional, executive-level support to the entire team for various projects. You can view the full job description here.

To apply for either of these roles on the Foundation team, please submit your resume and a thoughtful cover letter describing your interest in the position and experience by filling out this form by July 31, 2021.

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