Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity

National Officers slate announced

The following candidates have been endorsed by the Nominating Committee as the official slate of officers for the 56th Supreme Chapter in Chicago, Illinois. Each individual is listed with the office for which he has been nominated. The late will be officially presented during the second session of Supreme Chapter on Friday, July 27, 2018. These men and any others successfully nominated from the floor will be voted upon during the third session of Supreme Chapter on Saturday, July 28, 2018.

Jeremy GalvinJeremy D. Galvin - National President-Elect

Jeremy was initiated in 1993 into Alpha Omicron Chapter at Iowa State University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in 1997 and a master’s in 2009. As a student Jeremy served his chapter as archon and warden. As an alumnus Jeremy has served as chapter advisor for his own chapter and as regional governor for the Northern Plains region. Jeremy remains active with the Alpha Omicron BOAA and Building Corporation and has served on The Ability Experience board of directors. He has also worked for the national staff in various capacities, including as a leadership consultant, director of the Journey Project, director of volunteer services and director of volunteer and chapter services. Jeremy lives in Ames, Iowa, with his wife, Jenn, and their three children, Annie, Lillie and Ben. He is the vice president for development at the Iowa State University Foundation.

William SigmonWilliam T. Sigmon - National Vice President/President-Elect nominee

William is an initiate of the Alpha Sigma Chapter at the University of Tennessee, where as a student he served as treasurer, secretary and chaplain. As a volunteer, he has served as a member of the Alpha Sigma Housing Corporation, as regional governor in North Carolina and as city events coordinator for the Charlotte area. From 2006-2016, William was a member of The Ability Experience board of directors, serving terms as secretary, treasurer and chairman, as well as leading numerous board committees during his tenure. He is serving his second term on the National Council, and is currently the National Treasurer, having previously served as National Chaplain. William received a bachelor’s of science degree in business administration from the University of Tennessee and has also attained certification as a Six Sigma Master Blackbelt. He is currently a Senior Vice President with Bank of America Corporation in Charlotte, N.C., where he lives with his wife Elizabeth, and their two children Marshall and Jordan.

James SmithJames M. Smith - National Treasurer nominee

James was initiated into the Alpha Eta Chapter at Samford University, where he earned a bachelor of arts degree in religion and human relations and served as his chapter’s recruitment chairman. After college, James accepted a position at Texas Christian University as a residence hall director. At TCU, he worked to open the door for Pi Kappa Phi to expand on campus, which ultimately led to the founding of Eta Chi Chapter. While in Fort Worth, James earned a master of arts in theology from Southwestern Seminary and met his wife, Tas, a proud Horned Frog and Chi Omega alumna. James returned to Samford to attend law school at the Cumberland School of Law, after which he clerked for the Alabama Supreme Court in Montgomery. Since his clerkship, James has maintained an active law practice, primarily focused on rental purchase law. For more than two decades, he has served as a chapter advisor, regional governor, and most recently, national chancellor. He and Tas, along with their three children—Emily Ann, 16; Sam, 13; and Abby, 10— currently live in Paris, Tenn.

Alan P. Duesterhaus - National Secretary nominee

Alan is a founding father of the Zeta Epsilon Chapter at George Mason University, where he served as historian, IFC president, and archon. After graduation, Alan worked on the national staff as a leadership consultant for one and a half years. As a volunteer he has served as a chapter advisor, area governor, ASTP and Ladder of Risk presenter, and as National Chaplain for the past two year. Alan currently serves on The Ability Experience board. He holds a bachelor's degree in history from George Mason University, a master’s degree in counseling psychology from James Madison University, a doctorate in higher education administration from Vanderbilt University, and a post doctorate in marketing and management from the University of Florida. Alan lives with his wife of 25+ years, Molly, in Decatur, Ill., where he is an Assistant Professor of Management & Marketing at the Tabor School of Business at Millikin University.

Joe A. Brady III - National Historian nominee

Joe was initiated into the first associate class of Epsilon Omicron Chapter at Villanova University, where he served as IFC vice president and president as well as president of the Northeastern Interfratenity Council. After graduation, Joe served as executive vice president of Pi Kappa Phi Properties for two years. As a volunteer, Joe served as chapter advisor, Area Governor and currently sits on the Pi Kappa Phi Properties Board. He holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Villanova University and a master’s in business administration from the UNC - Chapel Hill. Joe lives in suburban Chicago with his wife of 20 years and two teenaged children. He is currently the head of real estate for Walgreens.

David T. Corey - National Chaplain nominee

David is an alumnus of the Alpha Eta Chapter at Samford University, where he served as IFC Vice President and the chapter’s lead representative for the 2002 Supreme Chapter. After graduation, David worked on the national staff as a leadership consultant and for expansion efforts at University of Missouri (Beta Epsilon) and American University (Theta Eta). As a volunteer, he has served as chapter advisor for George Washington University (Theta Zeta), ASTP and Ladder of Risk presenter, and the DC/Baltimore regional governor for the past eight years earning distinction as the 2011 Regional Governor of the Year. David is a Pi Alpha, has contributed to several Ability Experience Challenge (Marine Corps Marathon), Ability Camp (GAP Weekend) and ramp construction events. David holds a bachelor’s degree from Samford University in Journalism/Mass Communication and a master’s degree in Public Communication from American University. David lives with his wife, Desha, in Washington, D.C., where he consults as a Marketing and Communications Senior Project Manager at ICF.

Michael LoyMichael S. Loy - National Chancellor nominee

Mike was initiated in 1991 into the Beta Eta Chapter at Florida State University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in English Literature. As a student, Mike served his chapter as archon, warden and was named Pi Kappa Phi’s Student of the Year in 1994. After graduation, Mike served on the national staff as a leadership consultant and director of expansion, in which he helped establish seven new chapters. Mike then earned his law degree from the UNC - Chapel Hill. Mike practiced as a litigator in Seattle, New York City, and Washington, D.C., where he represented technology companies, foreign governments, and public construction projects. His is still licensed to practice in New York and the District of Columbia. In 2008, Mike moved into business management, where he currently serves as COO of Intermarkets, a full service digital marketing firm. Mike served as the founding president of the Beta Eta Alumni Chapter for 10 years, which was recognized as the fraternity’s best Alumni Chapter for seven consecutive years. Nationally, Mike chaired the fraternity’s Alumni Engagement Committee and served on the Expansion Committee. He has also facilitated at Pi Kapp College for Chapter Officers (formerly Mid-Year Leadership Conference). Mike lives in Northern Virginia, with his wife, Nil, and their daughter Jordan.