AFLV Connections is AFLV’s new online magazine highlighting information, stories, best practices, and news that impact fraternity and sorority students and professionals. The main goal of Connections is to provide members with regular opportunities for development, a connection to AFLV and their peer members, and to provoke thought within members’ communities that will enhance their fraternal experience and their leadership roles.
Any person can submit work to Connections as a contributing author. All articles should be submitted via this form for review by the Editorial Board. Several types of articles are welcomed for publication in Connections including feature articles, book reviews, best practices, people spotlights, council highlights, and helpful hints, checklists, and other information to assist in the leadership of any fraternity/sorority community.
Join the Editorial Board
As a volunteer publication, we are always looking for dedicated individuals who are interested in furthering the fraternal movement. If you are interested in being considered for the AFLV Connections Editorial Board, please contact Connections Editor, Andrea Battaglia for further information. In addition, view the Editorial Board duties below.
- Assist with dividing up topics based on who is available and when
- Assist with the development of issue topics
- Perform initial and, on occasion, secondary edits to individual submissions
- Assist with identifying authors and soliciting articles
- Attend monthly editorial board calls
Connections is available to anyone … no subscription needed! What a great way to help educate and develop your student leaders!
The Editorial Board
Andrea Battaglia, Drury University
Nicole Cronenwett, National Panhellenic Conference
Kathryn O’Hagan, University of Missouri
Rebekah Joy Martindale, Bowling Green State University
Andrea Weber, Missouri State University
Viancca Williams, University of South Florida
Dustin Wolfe, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Central Office Staff Oversight:
Andrea Starks-Corbin, Director of Marketing & Communications
Justin England, Graphic & Web Designer