Introduction to the Office
Domain Directors are volunteers who are appointed by the CEO to serve as national officers in a specific geographic area. Phi Kappa Tau chapters are grouped geographically into 36 domains, of three to five chapters each, and each Domain Director supervises a domain.
Domain Directors oversee chapter operations, and represent undergraduates and alumni at the local level.
Job Description and Major Responsibilities
- Recruit alumni to serve on chapter Boards of Governors
- Assist Boards of Governors and chapters in implementing national policies
- Help facilitate the relationship between Boards of Governors and chapters
- Attend chapter events and offer advice to chapter officers
- Coordinate domain and regional conferences to teach effective chapter management skills
- Assist chapters in participating in national events like Convention and Leadership Academy
- Support the Phi Kappa Tau Foundation and its commitment to providing undergraduates with the highest-quality educational programming
- Respond to situations at the chapter level, assisting chapter members, other national officers, and university officials in resolving any matter
Working with your Domain
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