Amber Shaverdi Huston, HH
VICE PRESIDENT OF MEMBERSHIP
STRENGTHS: Positivity, Woo, Empathy, Significance, Context
I am a strong-willed woman who is passionate about access to quality education, acceptance of all human beings, universal respect. I am an advocate for women’s & animal rights. Each day I aspire to find the best version of myself and help people to find the best version of themselves.
Amber Shaverdi Huston graduated in 2005 with a bachelor’s degree in communications with an emphasis in public relations. Upon graduation she traveled as a leadership consultant for the national organization. Following her time as a consultant, Amber completed her Master of Science degree in student development theory at Eastern Illinois University.
Amber served as an education coaching team leader and RFM Specialist in 2006-08. In 2008 Amber joined the organization’s headquarters staff as the membership growth coordinator. In that role Amber oversaw the organization’s extension efforts, colonization, recruitment, and membership education. Upon departing staff, Amber began advising the Theta Zeta Chapter at IUPUI where she serving as their membership advisor for six years. Additionally, she volunteered as part of NPC’s pilot program of RFM Specialists and area advisors for collegiate Panhellenics. Amber volunteers for a number of fraternal and association programs serving as lead and small group facilitator. She is an active member of the Indianapolis Junior League and serves on the Service Around the Clock committee.
Professionally, Amber is the chief operations officer for Delta Sigma Phi National Fraternity & Foundation. She is active within the Indianapolis community where she lives with her husband Andy. Amber and Andy will soon welcome “Baby H” to their family. When not facilitating leadership programs or at work, Amber is following her favorite sport teams or trying out one of the new restaurants in Indianapolis.