Black Greek Success Blog

March 2, 2019

I realized stepping was more than frat boy folly when I found ways to apply my experiences far beyond Greek show stages. As I reflect fondly on those college days, I am amazed at how many times something would happen in my career and I would utter to myself with a chuc...

February 1, 2019

The 2019 Black Greek Success Month focused on the philanthropic programs and initiatives of the Divine Nine. The theme was "We Pledge to Serve."

September 16, 2018

Hazing in black fraternities and sororities has had a negative influence on other black organizations. The hazing deaths of Robert Champion and four young men at Virginia State are proof that people follow the wrong example of Black Greek life.

July 1, 2018

We have a responsibility to listen to GDIs’ feedback about us. Let’s get out of our feelings, folks. We don’t have to like it; but if we are true servants of our communities, we owe those outside of the Black Greek community the opportunity to be heard.

June 1, 2018

Black Greeks are uniquely positioned to make a real difference because our organizations encourage ethical leadership for the greater good. We neither need to hold advanced degrees nor belong to the same political party to work together.

May 7, 2018

The irony of great leadership is that it is complemented by effective followership. Followership is taking responsibility for being a critical part the program. As it was once written, “Effective followers do more than fulfill the vision laid out by their leader; they...

March 18, 2018

The big idea of “Pledge to Serve” was to have Divine Nine members leverage their expertise to articulate the value of our servant leadership, but we wanted to maintain a sense of perspective.