Association of College Honor Societies



President – Jane Hamblin (Mortar Board)

Vice President – Chris Carosella (Beta Gamma Sigma)

Secretary – Eileen Merberg (Alpha Lambda Delta)

Members – Beverly Evans (Pi Delta Phi), Kevin Howell (Epsilon Pi Tau),
Steve Loflin (NSCS), Curt Gomulinski (Tau Beta Pi)

National Office

Executive Director
PO Box 798
Okemos, MI 48805-0798
(T) 517.351.8335
[email protected]

ACHS Standing Committees and their Functions



Association Management

Glenn Goss (Chair)
Peter Banholzer
Curt Gomulinski
Burrell Montz
The Association Management Committee shall study tax developments and new regulations, keep abreast of association management trends in non-profits, and inform the Board of Directors and Council of changes pertinent to member societies.


Dennis McSeveney (Chair)
Jane Hamblin
Holly Moorhead
Bethany Titus
Martha Zlokovich
The Bylaws Committee shall study issues referred to it by the Council or the Board of Directors and amendments submitted by individual members or committees and prepare appropriate amendments for consideration by the Board of Directors and the Council.

Eligibility and Admissions

Curt Gomulinski (Chair)
Tricia Gomulinski
Jane Hamblin
Orlando Madrigal
Angie Perna
Martha Zlokovich
The Committee on Eligibility and Admissions shall correspond with organizations in order to determine their interest in affiliation with the Association and shall assist in the development of petitions for membership. It shall review objectives, governance, and activities of student organizations to determine eligibility of such societies for admission into the Association and shall make recommendations to the Board of Directors and the Council.

Long Range Planning & Strategic Issues

Jane Hamblin (Chair)
Chris Carosella
Wes Crawford
Beverly Evans
Curt Gomulinski
Steve Loflin
Eileen Merberg

The Long Range Planning and Strategic Issues Committee shall evaluate the goals and objectives of the Association and make recommendations for changes as deemed necessary.


Glenn Goss (Chair)
Jeff Chin
Melissa Martin
Gabrielle Williams 

The Nominating Committee of five members shall be elected by the Council, two in even years and three in odd years. Candidates for the Nominating Committee shall reflect the diversity of the membership. It shall be the responsibility of this Committee to nominate candidates for directors and for the Nominating Committee to be filled at the Council Meeting. The Committee chair shall be elected annually by the Committee from among the five members. A member of the Nominating Committee may not be nominated for any vacancy without resigning as a member of the Nominating Committee. Before the election, additional nominations from the floor shall be permitted.


Chris Carosella (Chair)
Kate Gaertner
David Gibson
Steve Loflin
The Program Committee shall prepare the Annual Meeting agenda and program in consultation with and with the approval of the Board of Directors.

Public Information

Jay Garris
Stephen Kennedy
Eileen Merberg
The Committee on Public Information shall publicize the Association and its Annual Meeting by distributing news releases to representatives of member societies and to appropriate associations and agencies, and shall promote the objectives and interests of the Association to other organizations and to the public through exhibits, exchanges, printed materials, and other appropriate means. The Public Information Committee will have primary responsibility for promoting the National Project on Ethics to both the external higher education community and to ACHS member societies to motivate them to participate in the ethics project.

Recognition & Awards and Resolutions (Ad Hoc)

Wes Crawford (Chair)
Yupo Chan
Glenn Goss
Melissa Martin
The Committee comes together as needed to bestow recognition or awards to deserving member societies, representatives or others. The Committee also develops formal resolutions which are presented as needed to the Council during the annual business meeting.

Standards and Definitions

Jeff Chin (Chair)
Jeff Arnold
Mark Del Mastro
Burrell Montz
The Committee on Standards and Definitions shall study issues related to standards and definitions of honor societies and recommend principles to guide the Council in its work, and shall examine compliance of constitutions and/or bylaws of member societies with respect to Association standards and make recommendations to the Board of Directors and the Council.