National Council Responsibilities
The role of the National Council of Phi Mu Delta is to establish leadership consistent with the Fraternity’s Constitution and Bylaws, regarding the finances,
management and activities for the further advancement of the Phi Mu Delta Fraternity. The National Council is the authority for the governance of the Fraternity. The Council delegates to the Fraternity’s Executive Director for the management of operations and resources.
The ultimate role of the National Council is to assist the Fraternity’s staff and volunteers in carrying out the mission and strategic plan of the fraternity.
An officer of the National Council is an integral part of the leadership team, providing direction and vison of Phi Mu Delta. He is responsible, together with the full Council, for governance and oversight of all aspect of Phi Mu Delta. Key responsibilities are governance and promoting the mission of Phi Mu Delta.
National Council Officers shall, in good faith, endeavor to meet the following responsibilities and expectations
Per the Constitution & Bylaws -‐ Article VII. THE NATIONAL COUNCIL, Section 2. The National Council shall be open to nominations during the interval between Conclaves. A Chair will be appointed by the National President to oversee the nominating committee, which will consist of worthy alumni and collegiate members in good standing selected by the Nominating Chair. The nominating committee will solicit nominations and applications and develop a slate
to be approved by the Conclave. In addition, nominations may be received from the floor at Conclave.