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A Supportive CAB is the Difference Between a Good and a Strong Chapter


By Sean MacGregor, Alberta Alpha Chapter President

As the chapter president of the Alberta Alpha Chapter at the University of Alberta, I understand the significance of alumni in sustaining the functionality of the Fraternity. A supportive Chapter Advisory Board is the difference between a good chapter and a strong chapter. Chris Uglanica is a true Phi Delt. Chris has helped our chapter through struggling times. Today, we at Alberta Alpha are proud of our progress, and we would like to thank Chris for his hard work and dedication to our chapter. By going beyond what is expected from our alumni, Chris regularly attends meetings and shares news from our CAB. In addition, he ensures we are in the right track to a better chapter. Helping with rush, taking composite photographs, and giving advice are only a small handful of tasks Chris has graciously offered us.

Chris is a fantastic brother. He will never shy away from giving advice or offering a helping hand. In addition, Chris will always be ready to lighten your day with an amusing story or a quirky joke. I can honestly say that Chris has greatly enriched my experience as a Phi Delt, and he is a primary reason of why Alberta Alpha has improved significantly over recent years.

Sean MacGregor was initiated into Alberta Alpha in January 2010. He is majoring in elementary education and hopes of getting a job as a teacher. He has held chapter offices, such as: fundraiser, recruitment chairman, vice president, risk management, and currently is serving as president of Alberta Alpha.