Monday, October 19, 2015

Meet the Executive Committee: Lynnda Hoefler, Finance chairman 2015-17

Lynnda Hoefler is the 2015-17 Finance chairman. The Finance chairman works with the executive director, NPC’s accountant and the Finance Committee. Together they prepare the annual budget and review the financials each month. They also work to plan for the future and maintain the financial integrity of NPC.

About Lynnda: Lynnda is a member of Delta Zeta and resides in Stow, Ohio, with her husband and their two cats. Her father and two younger brothers and their families live in upstate New York. Lynnda earned her bachelor’s degree from Kent State University, where she studied speech and hearing disabilities. She served on the Delta Zeta National Council for a total of 23 years as the National Director of Chapter Finances, National Vice President of Membership and most recently is completed her 12-year tenure as the NPC Delegate.

What do you enjoy most about working for NPC? I am totally energized and privileged to work with really outstanding Panhellenic women on challenging issues. We have common goals to advance sorority together and to empower young women today. We work with our interfraternal partners to make fraternity/sorority life the best it can be.

If you had to work on only one project for the next year, what would it be? Working with our new investment firm to secure a stronger financial position for the future of the National Panhellenic Conference.

What are you most passionate about? I am most passionate about my family and friends, followed by my sorority work.

What have you gained by being a member of a sorority? It has been a great opportunity to grow, give, lead and succeed while making the best friends ever working on common causes together. My membership has challenged me to be a better person and role model for others.

How would your friends and family describe you in three words? Outgoing, dedicated and caring

Fun fact: I work on occasion as an actor/standardized patient at the Northeast Ohio Medical University in Rootstown, Ohio. I “pretend” to be a patient with various illnesses.