Arseneau receives volunteer award
Anne Arseneau. By Stephen Salpukas.
Anne Arseneau, associate director of student activities, received the Outstanding Volunteer Award from the Association of Fraternity Advisors. The annual award was presented to Arseneau at the association’s annual meeting held in Cincinnati, Ohio, in December.
The award recognizes members of the Association of Fraternity Advisors who have exceeded expectations in their service to the organization and have been integral in implementing the Association’s strategic plan, regularly achieving beyond the scope of their position descriptions, according to an announcement. For the past two years Arseneau has served the Association as volunteer coordinator and is 2005 she served the Association’s conference chair.
“Her dedication to excellence coupled with her commitment to her community and the Association making her a perfect choice for this award,” her nominator said.
In her duties at William and Mary, Arseneau works with the College’s 16 fraternities and 12 sororities advising them on matters including programming and fundraising to organizational development, leadership and membership retention.
“I was not surprised to hear that Anne received this award. Our students and staff benefit daily from her many talents. She is the consummate professional, and William and Mary has been extremely fortunate to have her on staff for the past 10 years,” said Mark Constantine, assistant vice-president for student activities.
Arseneau received both her undergraduate degree and a master’s of education degree from William and Mary. She is a member of Kappa Alpha Theta. Arseneau has been a member of the staff since 1997.