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  • 1. 2013 Alumni Tour“Building Our Future OneStop at a Time”Sigma Beta Rho, April 2013
  • 2. WelcomeWho came to the Alumni Tour?• 208 (registered) brothers representing:– 15 Crossing Years– 36 Chapters– 12 States– 65 Industries– Nearly 17 Years of Outstanding Men
  • 3. Who’s Here?2111914723471 1 148920869115431 1 1223112191 1Brothers Attending by School
  • 4. Who’s Here?28624619222936332016631996 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011Number of Brothers by Crossing Year
  • 5. Meet Ari National President University of Rochester Vanderbilt University University of Chicago Background: Academia, GreekAffairs University of PennsylvaniaOffice of Greek Affairs
  • 6. So Where Do We Stand Today?24 Chapters and30 Colonies18 States 2337 Brothers540 activeundergraduates5continents, over50 countriesWe are only getting started…
  • 7. Meet Mohsin National Vice President- Expansion Florida State University Background: MIS, Finance Small Business Owner
  • 8. Meet Sumit J. National Vice President- Finance Embry Riddle AeronauticalUniversity Background: Finance, BusinessAdministration Venture Capital Analyst
  • 9. Meet Sumit B. National Vice President- Marketing Temple University Background:Marketing, International Business Small Business Owner
  • 10. Meet Felix National Vice President- Operations Embry Riddle AeronauticalUniversity Johns Hopkins University Background: Computer Engineering Work: Classified
  • 11. Meet Tejas National Vice President-Undergraduate Affairs Syracuse University Background: Engineering Engineer with Dematic Corp
  • 12. Meet Dan National Executive Vice President University of Rochester Vanderbilt University Background: Sales and Marketing Business DevelopmentManager, RealPage, Inc.
  • 13. National Executive Board Retreat• September 2012 in DC• Facilitated by Dr. Bernard Franklin• Represented a turning point for the team– Do we know where we’ll be in 50 years?– What is our vision?– How do we turn the corner?
  • 14. Our Mission“To cultivate a global leadership networkfounded in brotherhood and impassionedby service to each other and our world.”
  • 15. What Does That Mean For Us?We Will:• Be the destination for young men who seek toleave the world better than they found it.• Build the leaders of tomorrow• Carry the brand of a global leadership network
  • 16. The Changing World• Globalization is dominant in all industries• Increased need for diverse leaders• Cultural sensitivity is needed more now thanever before• Competitive marketplace demands highlyskilled college graduated
  • 17. The Next Stage in our EvolutionNationalExecutiveBoardExecutiveDirectorBoard ofDirectors11 Members1 PaidEmployeeExisting NEBPositionsVP AlumniRelationsVPMembershipBenefits
  • 18. Board of Directors• 7 Alumni• 3-Year, Staggered Terms• Voting Members• 2 Undergraduates• Single-Year Terms• Voting Member• President• President-Elect• Non-Voting Members• 2 Elected Positions:• Chairman• Secretary
  • 19. Why the BOD?Steering directionof the FraternityAlleviateofficertransitioningContinuityof visionand skills
  • 20. National Executive Board Additions• Liaison to Alumni• Event coordinator• Alumni Benefits• Database managementVP AlumniRelations• Assisting new chapters• Guide recognition process• Marketing materials• Risk management andcomplianceVPMembershipDevelopment
  • 21. Why the Executive Director?Dedicated resourceNamed party to our accountsTrain new officersConduct business during the workdayOperations background
  • 22. Profit and LossFFFFFfYear 2013 2015 2017 2020Dues $104,750.00 $123,456.00 $136,294.00 $181,407.31Contributions $12,500.00 $22,500.00 $40,000.00TOTAL REVENUE $104,750.00 $135,956.00 $158,794.00 $221,407.31Cost of Contributions $3,750.00 $6,750.00 $12,000.00GROSS REVENUE $104,750.00 $132,206.00 $152,044.00 $209,407.31Insurance $35,000.00 $40,000.00 $45,000.00 $50,000.00Membership Fees $2,700.00 $3,000.00 $3,000.00 $3,000.00Trademark $2,200.00 $2,200.00 $2,200.00 $2,200.00Regional Reimbursements $10,320.00 $10,750.00 $11,250.00 $12,000.00Operations $8,900.00 $11,000.00 $13,000.00 $16,000.00Database Platforms $4,300.00 $6,000.00 $6,250.00 $7,000.00Convention Subsidization $6,000.00 $12,500.00 $15,000.00 $20,000.00Part-Time ED $30,000.00 $30,000.00 $30,000.00Marketing Budget $5,000.00 $9,000.00 $15,000.00Alumni Association $4,000.00 $7,500.00 $10,000.00 $15,000.00EXPENSE $73,420.00 $127,950.00 $144,700.00 $170,200.00NET OPERATING INCOME $31,330.00 $4,256.00 $7,344.00 $39,207.31TOTAL CASH ON HAND $31,330.00 $68,592.00 $77,792.00 $162,438.45
  • 23. Financial StrengthInsurance48%Insurance48%Trademark3%RegionalReimbursements14%Operations12%Database Platforms6%ConventionSubsidization8%Part-Time ED0%Marketing Budget0%Alumni Association5%2013 Expenses
  • 24. Financials• Expenses constitute roughly 70% of totalrevenue• Largest expense is liability insurance• Implementing new solutions to minimize costs– Dwolla has saved over $1400– Annual budgeting with tight controls– Marketing designs and web development donepro bono• Our current model is unsustainable
  • 25. Alumni Capital Campaign
  • 26. Executive Director• Strengthen our operations• Conduct business during workday• Prepare overdue documentation– Policy and Procedure Manuals (PPMs)– Expansion and new charter handbooks• Coordinate change management trainings• Enhance our perception
  • 27. Invest in New Technology• Salesforce.com– Structure our records– Gather and analyze data– Prepare Alumni Database• GoToMeeting– Regular webinars withbrothers and alumni– Remote training for chapters– Virtual conferencing andrecording
  • 28. Build Our Brand• Marketing Design– Professionally build collateral forprospective members and chapters– Produce compelling content• Internet Advertising– Ongoing SEO/SEM for target markets• Alumni Newsletter– Regularly distributed to alumni
  • 29. Convention• Focus on educational sessions• Conduct National Elections• Reunion for Brothers across the nation
  • 30. Alumni Programming• Regional alumni events– Happy hours– Family recreational outings– Networking• Enterprise applications• Professional tools for job placement• New partnerships
  • 31. Better Weekdays• Founded by Kunal Parbadia- Br. Vulcan• Adopted by top companies, including:– SC Johnson• Trusted by major institutions, such as:– Columbia University– Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University• Offering subsidized assessments to donors
  • 32. If You Want to Make a Difference…Members Circle$30• Forum Access• Alumni Newsletter(Quarterly)• Alumni Database• BetterWeekdaysTMAssessmentBenefactors Circle$75• Forum Access• Alumni Newsletter(Quarterly)• Alumni Database• BetterWeekdaysTMAssessment• Alumni Association T-shirtPresidents Circle$150• Forum Access• Alumni Newsletter withfeatured ‘Thank You’• Alumni Database• BetterWeekdaysTMAssessment• Monogrammed AlumniAssociation Polo• $25 Donation to LocalChapterFounders Circle$400• Forum Access• Alumni Newsletter with Pictured‘Thank You’• Alumni Database• BetterWeekdaysTM Assessment• Monogrammed AlumniAssociation Polo• Engraved Cuff Links• $100 Donation to Local ChapterCome make your contribution today!
  • 33. Two roads diverged…