Zeta Tau Alpha elects new Fraternity Housing Corporation board


At its biennial meeting during ZTA Convention 2022 in July, the member associations of the ZTA Fraternity Housing Corporation elected its new board of directors.

President: Natalie Yingling Lisko*
Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania
Delta Omega (Westminster College)

Vice President Housing Area I: Karen Rose Roper+
Beaver, Pennsylvania
Iota Alpha (Robert Morris University)

Vice President Housing Area II: Julie Ward Moxley*
Charleston, South Carolina
Theta Sigma (Winthrop University)

Vice President Housing Area III: Marnie Marlar Frazier*
Willis, Texas
Eta Omega (Louisiana State University in Shreveport)

Vice President Construction: Kris Fleming*
St. Louis, Missouri
Eta Theta (Missouri University of Science and Technology)

Vice President Design: Ashlee Driggers Kositz+
Summerville, South Carolina
Eta Chi (Francis Marion University)

Vice President Operations: Nona Douglass Richey+
Plano, Texas
Zeta Omicron (Arkansas State University)

Secretary-Treasurer: Casey Guimbellot Pash*
Columbia, South Carolina
Iota Chi (Middle Tennessee State University)

* Indicates returning board member

+ Indicates new board member

National President Dinah Jackson Laughery, Secretary-Treasurer Shannon Ferguson and ZTA Foundation President Carolyn Hof Carpenter also serve on the FHC board by virtue of their elected offices.

Mrs. Lisko, who formerly served as FHC Vice President Area I, replaces Mrs. Laughery as FHC President. She previously served on National Council as Vice President Collegiate I from 2010 to 206. Mrs. Pash was formerly FHC Vice President of Operations and replaces Stephanie Arnette Powell who retired from the Secretary-Treasurer role. Mrs. Kositz was a member of the Design Committee and replaces Julia Marthalter Hill who retired as FHC Vice President of Design. The FHC thanks Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Powell for their dedicated service.

After her election, Mrs. Lisko said “On behalf of the entire FHC board, we are grateful for the opportunity to serve our sisterhood in this unique way. The FHC has provided safe, comfortable and competitive spaces for our chapters for 45 years and we will continue to maintain the standard of excellence that has been set.”

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