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ZBT names Elizabeth “Libby” B. Anderson, CAE as Chief Executive Officer

INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana — Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity has appointed Elizabeth “Libby” B. Anderson, CAE as Chief Executive Officer Libby has extensive experience in the Greek community and has been serving as Interim CEO of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity for the past year.

“With the recent departure of long-time Chief Executive Officer Laurence Bolotin, the Supreme Council is delighted that we were able to hire someone with a passion for all things ZBT and someone who is also blessed with the knowledge, strength and energy to lead our fraternity for many years to come,” ZBT International President Norman Waas said.

Anderson returned to Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity after serving as the Executive Director of Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity. Before her tenure at Phi Kappa Sigma, Libby served as ZBT’s Assistant Executive Director for eight years and as the Director of Operations at Alpha Epsilon Pi for three years. Libby also has extensive experience on college campuses, having served as the Assistant Director of Campus Activities/Greek Life at the University of Central Missouri and the Director of Greek Affairs at Mount Union College.

Her extensive fraternal background includes experience in educational programming, finance, foundation support, human resources, project management, crisis management, expansion, contract negotiation, and fundraising. She has also served as a director of the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors Foundation, a lead facilitator for programs of the North-American Interfraternity Conference, a member of the Fraternity and Sorority Assessment Coalition Project and a member and volunteer for the Fraternity Executives Association. She has also served on the board of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority and Foundation.

Anderson’s achievements have received wide recognition in the fraternity and sorority community. She has been awarded the Riegelman-Jacobs Award by our fraternity for Outstanding Service to the Interfraternal Community. She was also awarded the Jack L. Anson Award for Interfraternity Excellence from Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity, and the Distinguished Service Award from the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors. Anderson also is a Certified Association Executive; a distinction which less than five percent of association professionals hold.

Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity was founded in 1898 in New York City as the world’s first Jewish fraternity, ZBT is a Brotherhood of Kappa Nu, Phi Alpha, Phi Sigma Delta, Phi Epsilon Pi and Zeta Beta Tau. ZBT is represented on more than 90 campuses across North America and has 140,000 undergraduate and alumni brothers worldwide.

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