Alpha Phi International Fraternity is pleased to announce that Dr. Lois P. Frankel, bestselling author, executive coach and internationally recognized expert in the field of leadership development for women will be the keynote speaker for Alpha Phi's 2014 Leadership Conferences.
Dr. Frankel, president of Corporate Coaching International, literally wrote the book on coaching people to succeed in businesses large and small around the globe. Her books Nice Girls Don't Get The Corner Office and Nice Girls Don't Get Rich are international bestsellers translated into more than 25 languages worldwide. Highly sought-after as a speaker, she has appeared on The Today Show, Larry King Live, CNN, PBS and Fox News and been featured in USA Today, People, and The Wall Street Journal.
Alpha Phi's Leadership Conferences will be held in February 2014 in Salt Lake City, Chicago, Atlanta and Stamford. They provide a full curriculum of leadership training for the executive leadership teams and alumnae advisors from Alpha Phi's 160 collegiate chapters. Dr. Frankel's keynote address, sponsored by the Alpha Phi Foundation, will serve as the capstone to the conferences, inspiring attendees to develop the behaviors and attitudes needed to play a winning game every season.
"We are thrilled to give our collegiate leaders the opportunity to learn from Dr. Frankel's extensive coaching experience and motivational style," said Linda Kahangi, Executive Director for Alpha Phi International Fraternity. "We are confident that Alpha Phi collegiate leaders of today will be the glass ceiling breakers of tomorrow."
Alpha Phi International Fraternity was founded at Syracuse University in 1872 as one of the first Greek societies for women. Alpha Phi is a sisterhood of outstanding women supporting one another in lifelong achievement. The organization is comprised of more than 160 collegiate chapters and more than 135 alumnae chapters throughout the United States and Canada. The Alpha Phi Foundation is the Fraternity's philanthropic partner, supporting women's heart health and other charitable and educational projects.