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Pennington & Company, The NIC & Holmes Murphy Present:
The NIC Alcohol & Drug Guidelines: What They Mean for Your Facility
Live event took place on June 12, 2019.
The Journey of Insurance, Harm-Reduction & Accountability
Archie Messersmith-Bunting of the NIC discuss:
- Insurance basics for Greek Organizations
- The intersection of alcohol & insurance coverage
- Harm-reduction vs. accountability
- Creating a culture of health & safety in facilities
- And more.
About the Presenter
Archie Messersmith-Bunting serves as the Vice-President for Campus Operations and Health & Safety for the North American Interfraternity Conference. In this role, he oversaw the implementation of the NIC Health & Safety initiative and the creation of the NIC Alcohol & Drug Guidelines. He has over two decades of experience supporting chapters at the local level, first serving as a volunteer and alumni board president for his fraternity. Before this position at the NIC he served as the Director of Fraternity Services for Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity providing support and oversight for chapter services, volunteer services, and expansion efforts.
About the Panelist
Dr. Lori Hart serves as the Director of Educational Initiatives for Holmes Murphy Fraternal Practice. Prior to this role, she worked in the area of prevention for Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. For the past two decades, Dr. Hart has also traveled the country speaking to college students about healthy relationships, risk management and prevention, and a positive fraternity and sorority experience. She is a proud member of Alpha Omicron Pi Fraternity.
About the Moderator
Tony Quandt is an Executive Vice President at Pennington & Company, a fundraising and communications firm focused on Greek letter organizations. Pennington has raised almost $700 million for Greek life, working with over 800 local organizations on 150+ campuses. Tony began his career as a Delta Tau Delta chapter consultant before starting at Pennington & Company, where he has coordinated 19 fraternity capital campaigns and worked on an $18 million national campaign.
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