Chapter Advisory Board

The role of the volunteer Chapter Advisory Board (CAB) is to provide general counsel to the Colorado Gamma chapter on its overall operation and activities.  Members of the Chapter Advisory Board support to the chapter in areas including (but not limited to): scholarship, community service, risk management, public relations, policy enforcement, member accountability; values based decision making, strategic planning and membership/leadership development. Members of the Chapter Advisory Board attend chapter meetings and or executive committee meetings regularly, attend initiation ceremonies, serve as a liaison between the chapter and the house corporation, chapter alumni and local alumni clubs, attempt to know all chapter members and Phikeia to provide advice on personal or fraternity related matters, serve as a liaison between the chapter and the university/college administration, and work with Province President on any special needs of the chapter.  For more information on the CAB, contact Keith Lopez (lopez.keith@gmail.com).

Members:
Keith Lopez, Chapter Advisor/Chapter Advisory Board Chairman
Larry Serfozo, Scholarship & Academic Advisor
Marc Mores, House Corporation President

The House Corporation

The house corporation of a chapter is made up of dedicated individuals who are elected as volunteer trustees of a nonprofit corporation formed to own and operate a chapter house for a Phi Delta Theta chapter. The house corporation is organized and incorporated under the laws of the respective state or province and serves as the legal entity that holds title to any property owned.

The house corporation board of directors acts as the landlord of the chapter house. It also holds responsibility for the upkeep and maintenance of the chapter house, payment of mortgages and property taxes, and the building of a reserve fund to insulate the corporation from future financial hardship. The house corporation is the entity to which the Walter B. Palmer Foundation can make loans for the renovation or building of a chapter facility.

House Corporation at Colorado Gamma

The House Corporation of a chapter is made up of dedicated individuals who are elected as volunteer trustees of a nonprofit corporation formed to own and operate a chapter house for a Phi Delta Theta chapter. The House Corporation is organized and incorporated under the laws of the respective state or province and serves as the legal entity that holds title to any property owned. The House Corporation Board acts as the landlord of the chapter house. It also holds responsibility for the upkeep and maintenance of the chapter house, payment of mortgages and property taxes, and the building of a reserve fund to insulate the corporation from future financial hardship as well as strategically plan for the facility.  For more information on the House Corporation, contact Marc Mores (marcmores@gmail.com).

Members:
Marc Mores, House Corporation President
Nathan Flynn
Trevor Udden
Brett Rutz
Lon Edler

Interested in Volunteering?

Please complete the following form to show your interest in becoming a Phi Delta Theta Colorado Gamma volunteer. Whether that would be as an adviser or a member of the Housing Corporation.

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