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Brookdale Discusses Partnership with Pan-Hellenic Council

Brookdale President Dr. Maureen Murphy and Dr. Webster Trammell, Brookdale’s Vice President of Development, Community and Governmental Relations, met with members of the Monmouth-Ocean County Pan-Hellenic Council (MOCPHC) June 5 to discuss a potential partnership centered on student retention at the college.

Council President Kenneth Morgan and council members Rodney O’Neal, John W. Dorsey, Barnetta Keyes, Flynn Jones and Kwesi Daniels discussed how their organization could potentially team with Brookdale to help students excel at the college and continue on to the next level of their educational or professional lives.

Brookdale's Webster Trammell (left) speaks with Kenneth Morgan, president of the Monmouth-Ocean County Pan-Hellenic Council, about a potential partnership between the two organizations.

Brookdale’s Webster Trammell (left) speaks with Kenneth Morgan, president of the Monmouth-Ocean County Pan-Hellenic Council, about a potential partnership between the two organizations.

The MOCPHC is the local chapter of the National Pan-Hellenic Council, a collaborative organization of nine International Greek Sororities and Fraternities focused on camaraderie, academic excellence and community service. Local chapters promote community awareness and action through educational, economic and cultural service activities.

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Kenneth Morgan and Kwesi Daniels, members of the Monmouth-Ocean County Pan-Hellenic Council, speak with Brookdale President Dr. Maureen Murphy.