What is WGLL
Our team is comprised of a Ph.D Mental Health Professional, master level social workers, and a team of certified Peer Support Specialists who have expertise in emerging adult behavior. We are onsite with Chapters building trusting relationships to ensure individual success and organizational excellence.
Below is a brief description of each of WGLL’s 4 Pillars to Success & Wellness
Partner with current leadership to confirm organizational structure, roles / responsibilities, and accountability. Assist leadership in achieving a social, academic, and fraternity life balance.
Work alongside leadership to foster strong and positive alumni relations through better communication, transparency, and accountability.
Ensure Chapters stay in compliance and meets expectations of National Organization.Helps Leadership build relationships between National and local Chapter. Assists in identifying and applying for National awards and recognition.
Individual Member Support
WGLL staff member is onsite multiple days a week, building strong and trusting relationships with members. Provides 1:1 mentoring and coaching tailored to individual’s need.
On site new member and whole chapter education on current and pressing topics such as: substance abuse, time management, stress management, and mental and behavioral health strategies.
Provide career coaching, resume writing, and networking tips. Maintain onsite presence during study halls, emphasizing the importance of commitment to academic success.
Wellness Commission Training
Aid in identifying members to serve on WC. Conduct training on how to identify high risk behaviors and how to develop communication channels with WGLL staff, alumni, and University for support.
Wellness Commission Oversight:
Conducts weekly meetings with WC to discuss any observations or concerns about members. Works closely with Judicial Board to provide supportive and educational services to sanctions instead of purely punitive responses.
Provides 1:1 support to individual members referred from WC. In the event of a crisis, identified members and their families have 24/7 access to WGLL’s trained mental health professionals.
Provide project management support for any size philanthropy or service event; manage financials & vendors, create marketing materials, and help source event swag and materials.
Partner with Philanthropy chair to organize multiple events per semester; develop local connections to provide ample service opportunities for members.
Access to WGLL's operations team who can assist leadership and members with the execution of ideas, projects, and chapter priorities.