Margaret Cash named to international board Alpha Phi Internatinal Fraternity recently elected Margaret Halla Cash, Vermillion, to its 2002-2004 International Executive Board (IEB).
Cash, one of nine leaders recently elected to serve on the board, became a member of Alpha Phi through the fraternity's Psi chapter at The University of South Dakota.
Cash has held volunteer positions for Alpha Phi for alomost 40 years including house corporation board president and scholarship board of trustees chair. She also headed Alpha Phi's expansion in the North Central Midwest region.
In addition to her Alpha Phi volunteer work, Cash has been a member of the South Dakota Humanities Council, secretary of the South Dakota Humanities Foundation and a member of The University of South Dakota scholarship selection committee.
Elected as Alpha Phi's 2002-04 president is Crista Cate Vasina, (Delta Gamma � University of Norhtern Colorado), Alpharetta, GA. Vasina succeeds Jean Cameron Tindall (Gamma Nu � Miami University of Ohio), Naples, Fla.
Alpha Phi International Fraternity was founded in 1872 as one of the first Greek societies for women. The fraternity has more than 140 collegiate chapters and more than 150 alumnae chapters throughout the United States and canda.
A nonprofit organization Alpha Phi Foundation is the philanthropic and educational arm of AlphPhi Fraternity. Through contributions from chapters, individual members and friends, the Alpha Phi Foudation supports cardiac care programs and other charitable projects, a variety of scholarships, financial aid and leadership training programs for women.