|Kappa 6 Point Plan|
33rd Administration – Thomas L. Battles, Jr., Grand Polemarch
Rebirth, Reclaim, Recommit, by Leaving No Brother Behind
1. COMMUNITY SERVICE - Inspire public service interest through parallel initiatives on all levels of the
➢ Brand the National Program, “Guide Right” in every community through mentoring.
➢ Institute a national community service initiative to raise the profile of the fraternity nationwide.
➢ Partner with national and local organizations that provide services to communities we serve.
➢ Promote responsible and active participation in civic, political and social movements in a
➢ Satisfy our charitable obligation to entities who have been allied with us in community service.
➢ Establish a new Commission on Military and Veterans Affairs.
2. INFRASTRUCTURE - Reorganize International Headquarters to meet the administrative needs of the
➢ Direct IHQ executives to conduct a requirements analysis to identify and upgrade technology systems at
➢ Direct IHQ executives to propose a comprehensive disaster recovery and emergency operations plan for
➢ Ensure that the Executive Committee and the Board of Directors maintain IHQ staffing levels and
➢ Develop a Board and Executive Director relationship that identify roles, responsibility and accountability
➢ Move the fraternity to a paperless MOIP administrative and certification process.
➢ Establish a comprehensive planning committee to identify current and future service needs of the
➢ Launch a new Senior Kappa Endowment campaign to raise one million dollars to secure the future of
We say Leave a Legacy… Build a Future…
3. UNDERGRADUATE DEVELOPMENT - Implement policies and programs for undergraduate chapters
➢ Increase alumni chapter collaboration with undergraduate chapters. Strengthen the relationship between
➢ Continously emphasize chapter risk avoidance initiatives which train members to honor the Bond of
➢ Ensure that Kappa Alpha Psi’s brand on college campuses by attracts the best and brightest young men
➢ Provide increased fiscal resources to ensure undergraduate attendance at conferences, workshops and
➢ Conduct ongoing assessment in each Province to determine if chapters that fall below minimum statutory
4. RECLAMATION - Grow the Fraternity’s financial roll by identifying and implementing effective strategic
➢ Conduct internal surveys to identify the reason(s) members are not in “good standing” with the fraternity.
➢ Develop national policies to expedite reclamation and create a “Why Kappa” collateral benefits document.
➢ Conduct feasibility study to identify geographic areas where new chapters can be established.
➢ Strategically use social media to assist the fraternity with reclamation initiatives.
5. NEW MEMBER RECRUITMENT & TRAINING - Recruit mature responsible (men) members who are
➢ Make risk avoidance training a requirement of membership.
➢ Introduce a “New Member Mentor/Mentee Program” and teach requirements of membership, protocol,
➢ Conduct C. Rodger Wilson “train-the-trainer” sessions so that required participants may return to their
➢ Organize a group of brothers, dedicated to investigations, who will be a resource to our Risk Management
➢ Support growth management and chapter expansion at the alumni level whenever appropriate.
6. EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP TRAINING & SUCCESSION PLANNING - Identify and develop exceptional
➢ Effectively train and mentor board members on best practice governance.
➢ Institute an organizational development program for undergraduate and alumni to enhance leadership
➢ Produce a 5-10 year strategic plan that meets the needs of the fraternity’s mission and vision.
➢ Annually review and revise the fraternity’s strategic plan for compliance and relevance.
➢ Identify members who will work on Boards, Commissions and Committees to increase philanthropic