March 2, 2015

Dan Wrona awarded NGLA's Guenzler Award

Written by Star & Lamp

Saturday, February 28, 2015, the Northeast Greek Leadership Organization recognized Dan Wrona, Zeta Chi (Albright), with the Guenzler Award for Outstanding Volunteers or Staff Professionals of Fraternity/Sorority Organizations.

"His dedication to our movement has truly been enduring," said Benjamin Pendry, director of development for student affairs at UNC - Charlotte. "This recognition honors someone who spends so much of his time finding ways to support fraternity and sorority."

The award is given to a fraternity/sorority headquarters staff member or volunteer who has shown an outstanding commitment to fraternity and sorority members in the Northeast.

"Dan invests an inordinate amount of time to advance the fraternal movement and improve the member experience for undergraduates, professionals, and volunteers," said Allison Swick-Duttine, director of Fraternity/Sorority Life at SUNY - Plattsburgh.

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