Leadership

Leadership is not only one of the core values of Alpha Phi Omega, but also a major facet of the Beta Iota Chapter mission to produce a generation of capable leaders. Beyond electing E-Board Officers and encouraging Committee involvement, our leadership program teaches crucial leadership qualities that connect different people together and assist us in connecting ourselves closer to who we are. Leadership at Beta Iota is a resource for brothers and pledges alike, for both personal and professional development.

Take a look at some of our past events!

One aspect of our leadership program is professional development. In this regard, our VPs of Leadership plan events that further brothers in their professional endeavors; whether it be interview skills, resume building, alumni panels, or effectively advocating for your own individual needs within the workspace.

The following photos feature our Spring'20 VP of Leadership Vaidehi Raman and Leadership Committee Member Shaikh Mahsheeat leading a Resume/Cover Letter Workshop. 

Professional Development

*Photographs by Iris Gao

*Photograph by Namfon Trirotanan

Personal Development

Another aspect of our leadership program is fostering personal development. To foster a more cohesive and effective community, our leadership program aims to help brothers and pledges develop individually so that we're a stronger community together.

The following photos feature our Fall'19 VPs of Leadership Emily Liang and Elijah Koyongian leading a Teamwork Workshop and the winning team Justin Cho, Iris Gao, Anthony Hur, Lila Jacobs, Audrey Lin, and

Tiffany Truong. 

*Photograph by Iris Gao

Community Awareness

For our chapter, being a leader also means giving back the community by advocating for societal problems that are important to it and raising awareness on the issues that matter to our members.

The following photos feature several members of our Fall'19 Beta Theta Pledge Class participating in the A21 Freedom Walk to raise awareness on the issue of human trafficking.

*Photograph by Elijah Koyongian

Page last updated on May 21th, 2020