Phi Gamma Nu was originally founded on February 17, 1924 at Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois. Under the leadership of Sylvia Arnold, six devoted women initiated what was to become one of the premier business fraternities in the United States. Since then, Phi Gamma Nu has grown to become a national, influential, and dedicated organization, devoted to professionalism, service, and brotherhood.
The National Council is responsible for the overall well-being of the fraternity and is made up of a diverse set of alumni who have a shared passion and a goal for Phi Gamma Nu to secure it's legacy for the next 90 years.
Responsible for day to day management of the organization, business operations and its board. University of Illinois
Defines the vision and strategy for Phi Gamma Nu and its board. University of Illinois
EXTERNAL VICE PRESIDENT
Develops our alumni, 501(c)3 and corporate relations strategy and events. University of Illinois
VICE PRESIDENT OF FINANCE AND BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE
Manages the National organization's finances and budgets. University of Illinois
EXPANSION VICE PRESIDENT
Expands the footprint of Phi Gamma Nu across the nation at exceptional colleges and universities. University of Illinois
VICE PRESIDENT OF CHAPTER SUCCESS
Onboards new schools, training the founding class and its leadership to ensure continued success. University of Illinois
VICE PRESIDENT OF CHAPTER ENGAGEMENT
Develops existing chapters and members, encouraging cross-chapter engagement, and maintaining National tools and processes Washington University in St. Louis
CHAPTER PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT
Ensures the chapters have visibility and a voice on the board and facilitates a stronger chapter-to-chapter network. University of Florida
PGN is run by some incredible alumni (and we have fun doing it). Some donate a few hours a year to a specific project – others are helping us architect the Phi Gamma Nu of the future.