Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity

Call for Nominations

At the 2016 Supreme Chapter in Austin, Texas, the fraternity celebrated the success of its Common Loyalty Campaign. We continue to execute our new plan for our future called Uncommon Leadership­—The 2020 Strategic Plan for Pi Kappa Phi. The National Council, our governing board of directors, is charged with the implementation of this plan and the overall direction of the fraternity as we continue to grow and prosper at now over 180 college campuses.

It is my duty as past national president and chairman of the nominating committee to conduct a “call for nominations” for the National Council.

As provided in Supreme Law, the nominating committee is charged with assembling a list of nominees for National Council. The five-member committee is comprised of a student member and four past national presidents, which includes Bradley J. Kochheiser, Theta Rho (Western Michigan); J. Jeffry Wahlen, Alpha Epsilon (Florida); Mark F. Jacobs, Delta Psi (Texas-Arlington); Dudley F. Woody, Xi (Roanoke) and myself.

Any initiated member of the fraternity—student or alumnus—can nominate any initiated alumnus (including himself) to serve on the National Council. Above all, nominees must have an unwavering and proven commitment to the fraternity. Past service to the fraternity and a general understanding of the national fraternity are of utmost importance.

Please send your nominations to:

Tracy Maddux
13909 NE Airport Way
Portland, OR 97230

Your nominations may also be emailed.

All nominations must be received no later than January 15, 2018.
The committee’s proposed slate will be announced no later than March 27, 2018, and presented to the Supreme Chapter on Friday, July 27th at the second Supreme Chapter session.

While we hope that we are overwhelmed with nominations for the Council, we recognize that not everyone has the interest or resources to serve at a board level. Pi Kappa Phi has always been a volunteer-based organization with multiple opportunities at a variety of levels. To that end, we would encourage you to fill out our volunteer interest form.

Whether you would like to engage at the National Council level or volunteer for one of the more than 2,000 positions within the fraternity, we sincerely hope you will make the choice to serve your fraternity and give back so that other young men will have an experience similar to the one you enjoyed.

Also, consider making plans to join your brothers at the 2018 Supreme Chapter in Chicago, July 26-29, 2018.

Thank you for your continued support of our fraternity.