The Executive Board of Directors (EBOD) work behind the scenes to aid the efficient operations of UGC while representing the entity as a whole. Officers are involved with a variety of multidisciplinary efforts that include creating and executing programs and events to serve UGC, maintaining chapter dues and budgeting, representing the council at workshops or events, working with the OFSL office and other Greek councils, or keeping a strong presence through marketing and social media.

Durnig Spring quarter of the academic year, each position is open to all members within UGC who are interested in broadening their leadership capabilities by taking on roles that will enable them to dive further into the world of Greek administration. Once elected to the Executive Board, members will go through a transition period with outgoing officers to ensure an efficient handover process. Being on the Executive Board allows Greeks to represent their houses while creating positive change that can benefit both their chapters and UGC as a whole.

Be sure to look out for more information on elections as the academic year progresses!

  • Achievements

    Order of Omega: Epsilon Epsilon Chapter Initiates
    Order of Omega is a leadership honor society for members of social Greek organizations. Order of Omega recognizes juniors and seniors who have exemplified high standards in the areas of scholarship, leadership, involvement within their respective organization and within the fraternity/sorority, campus, and local community. Members are selected from the top 3% of students at each institution. To date, over 500 chapters have been chartered throughout North America, each sharing the common goal of recognizing the many outstanding student leaders at their institution.
    • Sunishchal Dev, Sigma Beta Rho, Fall 2014
    • Mai Roach, alpha Kappa Delta Phi, Winter 2013
    • Amy Chung, alpha Kappa Delta Phi, Winter 2013
    • Weiyi Li, Zeta Kappa Epsilon, Spring 2012
    • Bryan Dosono, Lambda Phi Epsilon, Winter 2012 
    • Se-Eun Kim, Chi Sigma Alpha, Winter 2012
    • Quy Nguyen, alpha Kappa Delta Phi, Winter 2012
    • Jeffrey Wang, Zeta Kappa Epsilon, Winter 2012

    Student Activities Office: RSO of the Week
    The Student Activities Office and HUB Games Area celebrate the achievements of Registered Student Organizations each week. The deserving RSO receives a Certificate of Achievement, a bowling event in the HUB Games Area, and a gift bag. It’s the administration's way of appreciating their leadership and contributions to the UW Community. A team of advisers review leadership, planning, implementation, publicity, outreach and participant enthusiasm to determine award recipients each week.
    • Lambda Theta Alpha, Fall 2013
    • Sigma Lambda Beta, Fall 2013
    • Sigma Lambda Gamma, Fall 2013
    • United Greek Council, Fall 2014

    Ethnic Cultural Center: Gala Recognition Honorees
    The Ethnic Cultural Center organizes an annual awards gala to recognize affiliated students organizations and individuals who are active members of our ECC community, UW community and the greater Seattle community through activism, leadership, event planning, philanthropy, community service and outreach. The ECC recognizes the hard work and enthusiasm of student organizations as they seek to give back to others in a constructive and enriching way.
    • Community Service: Lambda Phi Epsilon, 2013, 2014
    • Participation and Collaboration: Omega Delta Phi, 2013

    Husky Union Building: Hall of Fame
    “We will carve their names into the Hall of Fame to preserve the memory of our devotion.” The Hall of Fame is made up of four awards for individual students: one each for Academics, Activities, Alumni and Athletics. The awards are granted annually in the spring. Award recipient’s names are engraved on the HUB Hall of Fame wall on the first floor of the HUB. Additionally, the RSO Awards are made up of four categories: Husky Impact, Husky Tradition, Husky Empowerment, and Adviser of the Year. Awarded annually, each award comes with a $500 RSO Programming Grant and are recognized alongside the HUB Hall of Fame.
    • Husky Empowerment: Lambda Theta Alpha, 2014
    • Student Activities: Bryan Dosono, Lambda Phi Epsilon, 2013

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