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Elizabeth Becker

Elizabeth Becker

Panhellenic Support Specialist

National Panhellenic Conference

Indianapolis, IN

I am a recent graduate of the University of Southern California Master of Education, Postsecondary Administration and Student Affairs (PASA) program. I am pursuing my professional interests in government relations with institutions of higher education along with promoting leadership and development with collegiate me...





University of Southern California

Master's, Postsecondary Education and Student Affairs

The Master of Education in Postsecondary Administration and Student Affairs (ME PASA) program prepares graduates for a variety of professional roles in higher education administration and student affairs. Graduates work in two- and four-year institutions, public research universities, private liberal arts colleges, graduate/professional schools, and for-profit institutions.


University of California, Davis

B.A., History and Political Science

At the University of California, Davis, I competed a double major in political science and history. I served as a leader in the Kappa Alpha Theta Chapter on the campus and worked 20 hours a week as a Class "B" California bus driver for the campus/city run and operated Unitrans transit system.


National Panhellenic Conference

Panhellenic Support Specialist

-Serve as a staff liaison to College Panhellenics and Alumnae Panhellenics, and the volunteers who work with those campuses
-Build relationships with, and serve as a resource to NPC member organizations, fraternity/sorority advisors and other campus partners

University of Southern California

Graduate Student Assistant

•Worked in the Office of the Vice President of Student Affairs on case management for student concerns related to crisis incidents, injuries, and/or accidents by to track students in crisis and conduct meetings that resulted in connecting students with appropriate campus resources
•Under the Vice President of Student Affairs, I reviewed data pertaining to alcohol and substance abuse and I interpreted data to locate trends for annual reports about campus climate
•Within the fast paced Office of Student Support and Advocacy, I published pamphlets that explained campus policies such as leave of absence and student wellness check protocol that were then dispersed campus wide to students and various departments within student affairs


USC Sol Price School of Public Policy

Graduate Student Assistant

•I coordinated the annual admitted student events, including classroom reservations, faculty speaker coordination, and food accommodations for over 200 attendees
•I evaluated the USC Washington D.C. Semester through qualitative and quantitative student survey data over eight years for re-accreditation
•I developed student international exchange programs for undergraduate and graduate students which resulted in the Bocconi University exchange in August 2015 and continued development of exchanges in South Korea, Israel, and Mexico
•I created information packets given to USC students going abroad and international students coming to study at USC that have information about the exchange programs and services available at each university


USC Office of Fraternity and Sorority Development

Graduate Student Assistant

•In conjunction with a class assignment, I observed the Director of FSLD and assisted in moderating weekly Panhellenic Executive Board meetings of 13 undergraduate students to address Greek life concerns
•Worked with various campus departments such as the Department of Public Safety, UCS Center for Women and Men, and USC Student Support and Advocacy to address concerns about the Greek community and recruitment process and create programming on topics of hazing, body image, and risk management for chapters
•I developed multiple options for Fall recruitment considering various USC Welcome Week activities that potential new members could attend, and I presented these findings that resulted in the Fall 2015 Panhellenic recruitment schedule


District Office of Congresswoman Jackie Speier (CA-14)

District Office Scheduler/ Office Manager

• I managed constituent casework as a field representative to federal agencies such as the Veterans Affairs Administration and Social Security Administration, and contributed to the annual recovery of over $1 million in veterans’ benefits to veterans living in the district
•Maintained the District Office schedule by collaborating with the District and Washington D.C. staff to develop an internal resource for pending constituent meetings that was reviewed in weekly staff meetings
•Improved the district internship program by evaluating the application review process, conducting interviews, and facilitating training for over 10 high school and undergraduate students each fall, spring, and summer term


Kappa Alpha Theta Fraternity

Chapter Advisor, Stanford University and University of Southern California

•Advisor to the Chief Administrative Officer, Chief Education Officer, and Chief Marketing Officer and the respective committees of over 20 collegiate women to promote membership participation and development of leadership skills
•As a member of the Advisory Board, I maintained regular communication with college chapter officers, and Fraternity staff through regularly updating forms and materials submitted to international headquarters
•Annually I ensured the chapter participated in meaningful service activities such as annual Day of Service, and philanthropic events to support Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation and Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)