Chapter Communications Marketing Director Appointed to Greeks Against Sexual Assault (GASA) Board

Champaign, IL, October 31, 2008 --( Jeremy Turner, the National Marketing Director for Chapter Communications, has recently been elected to the board of directors for Greeks Against Sexual Assault (GASA).

GASA works toward increasing awareness, educating and eliminating sexual assault and dating violence from the Greek community through peer education and activism amongst sororities and fraternities nationwide.

“Jeremy has been a huge help,” said Kingsley Grafft, National Director of GASA. “He has been very helpful in networking with all of his contacts in the Greek community. Jeremy gets the big picture, and understands why GASA is so important.”

Turner has been able to utilize his work with Chapter Communications to help GASA network to Greek organizations across the country.

“It is an honor to be able to work with an organization like GASA,” said Turner. “We work with hundreds of Greek chapters at Chapter Communications, and my goal is to use those contacts and effectively spread the word about GASA to more schools around the country.

GASA started at the University of California-Davis in the spring of 2007. They selected Chapter Communications to help them create an interactive website for the organization. Turner has helped them use it effectively.

“The national component of GASA would not exist without the website,” said Grafft. “The website lets members see what’s going on nationally. It’s easy to maintain, and Jeremy has been there with any kind of questions that I have about it.”

Currently, the coalition has expanded to seven schools and still growing. Current schools that are part of GASA include Colorado State University, University of Illinois-Champaign, University of California-Davis, University of Denver, University of California-Los Angeles, University of Missouri-Kansas City and Woodbury University.

“Our overall goal is to expand as long as people are receptive to the message,” said Grafft. “The idea is to increase awareness and educate the Greek community in order to eliminate sexual assault and violence on campus.”

Turner also serves as an advisor to the Phi chapter of Alpha Gamma Rho at the University of California-Davis. He is currently working towards his Masters degree in Agricultural Education.

Chapter Communications has provided interactive website and communication services to community groups and organizations since 2004. The websites allow organizations to easily edit their sites, send emails to their members, plan events, create sign-up lists and message boards, post jobs/internships, add photo galleries, pay bills online, upload files and view statistics of their website.

Chapter Communications has created more than 1,000 websites for university Greek chapters and various other community groups and organizations across the country. For more information about Chapter Communications, visit or call toll-free at 1-800-895-6024.

Chapter Communications
Chris Bacon