2018-2019 Council of Archons Selected


From the beginning, Pi Kappa Phi has been led by extraordinary men. Because of that leadership, we have prospered in good times and persevered during difficult ones. The Council of Archons is a student advisory board to the National Council and serves as a liaison between undergraduate chapters and the national fraternity. The group consists of 12 undergraduate members who are current or past archons.

Join us in congratulating the 12 men who have been selected to serve on the 2018-2019 Council of Archons

  • Brad Berry, Kappa Eta (SUNY – Geneseo): Brad Berry is the Archon of the Kappa Eta Chapter at the State University of New York at Geneseo. He is a senior Geography major that wishes to work with spatial data and Geographic Information Systems in urban communities. Brad is a Founding Father that helped charter his chapter in the Fall of 2016. Since then, he served as Brotherhood Chairman, Assistant Warden, Warden, and Archon. He was a crew member of the 2018 Gear Up Florida team, where he worked closely with the Project Manager to ensure that the trip and Friendship Visits went smoothly. Brad was inducted into the Ad Astra Society and was appointed to the Council of Archons in 2018.
  • Chandler Crean, Delta Lambda (UNC – Charlotte): Chandler Crean is from Fayetteville, North Carolina. Chandler is currently a junior at The University of North Carolina at Charlotte double majoring in Finance and Management with a minor in Political Science. He was initiated into the Delta Lambda Chapter in the Spring of 2017. Since initiated, Chandler served as Secretary and the current Archon. Chandler is looking forward to working with the other Archons on the new strategic plan, Uncommon Leadership: The 2020 Strategic Plan.
  • Zachary Crumlich, Beta (Presbyterian): Zach is from Columbia, SC and is currently a senior at Presbyterian College in Clinton, SC. Zach is majoring in Biology with a minor in Business Administration where he plans to obtain his Master’s in Business Administration upon graduation. Since joining Pi Kappa Phi, he served his chapter as Vice Archon and two consecutive terms as Archon. During his terms, the chapter has been awarded awards like Most Improved GPA, Master Chapter in Governance, and Master Chapter in Member Experience. This past summer, Zach was inducted into the Ad Astra Society which recognizes the top student leaders of Pi Kappa Phi. Zach served the Student Government Association as the Public Relations Officer for the class of 2019.
  • Ethan Ennis, Kappa Iota (Idaho): Ethan Ennis is a senior at the University of Idaho studying Human Resources as well as marketing. Ethan has served in various positions for the Kappa Iota chapter including: House Manager, Scholarship Chairman, and Archon. Ethan enjoys a lot of activities such as snowboarding, paddle boarding, camping and other outdoor activities.
  • Devlin Harbour, Beta Theta (Arizona): Devlin Harbour was born and raised in San Diego, Ca. He graduated from Scripps Ranch High School in 2016, where he was a member of the golf team, and participated in the student music program. Throughout high school Devlin played in the San Diego Youth All Star Jazz Band, winning thirteen consecutive jazz festivals. After graduating from High School, Devlin worked as a shift manager at his local grocery store. Devlin is currently attending University of Arizona and pursuing a Bachelors’ Degree in Political Science with a scheduled graduation date of 2020. During his summers, Devlin worked as an intern for his local Councilmember Chris Cate. Throughout his internship with San Diego City Hall, Devlin completed casework, certificates, proclamations, and participated in community outreach. In his free time, Devlin enjoys golf, guitar, and skiing. Harbour has been serving as President of Pi Kappa Phi’s Beta Theta chapter since November, 2017. Previous to being elected as President, Devlin served as the Secretary of the Executive Council his freshman year. After graduating from The University of Arizona, Devlin hopes to pursue a career in politics.
  • Cameron Kenney, Theta Alpha (Southern Miss): Cameron Kenney is a senior marketing major at the University of Southern Mississippi. Cameron currently serves as the Archon of the Theta Alpha Chapter. Cameron is a Pi Alpha from the 2017 Journey of Hope North Route. He has served additional roles on campus in SGA, IFC, and Eagle Connection (a volunteer tour guide group).
  • Ryan Leja, Iota Rho (Western Michigan): Ryan Leja is a Junior at Western Michigan University, and is working toward a double major in Management and Marketing. He is the current Archon and former Historian of the Theta Rho chapter. Outside of his involvement within his chapter, Ryan has served as the Vice President of his university’s Student Leadership Advisory Board, Senator for the student government, and is a co-founder of the Future Leaders of Kalamazoo philanthropy project. He is the recipient of the Medallion Scholarship, the most prestigious academic scholarship offered by his university, and was also recognized as the 2016 Western Michigan Emerging Leader of the Year.
  • Nathan Longo, Omega (Purdue): Nathan Longo is the Archon of the Omega Chapter. Nathan was born and raised just outside Columbus, Ohio. He is a Junior at Purdue University studying Electrical Engineering with minors in Computer Science and Management. Previous to his term as Archon, he served as the Secretary and on the Recruitment Committee for Omega. In addition to Pi Kappa Phi and his studies, Nathan is a member of Eta Kappa Nu, the ECE honor fraternity, has been a Purdue freshmen orientation leader, and has served on the Interfraternity Council. In his free time, Nathan enjoys following college football and basketball, following the NBA (Go Cavs!), and waterskiing on lakes in Michigan.
  • Patrick Lucitt, Delta Delta (Truman State): Patrick is a junior pursuing his Bachelor’s in Business Administration with concentrations in marketing and management and a minor is Disability Studies. Patrick joined Pi Kappa Phi in the Fall of 2016 and before serving as president, he was the chapter’s secretary and house projects chair. Patrick works for the Center for Student Involvement as the Homecoming Coordinator and additionally serves as a member of the Student Activities Board. During the summer of 2017 he graduated from Pi Kapp College for Emerging Leaders and served as a Build America crew member. This past summer, Patrick had the amazing opportunity to serve as the 2018 Build America team project manager.
  • Andrew Min, Iota Xi (Texas – Dallas): Andrew Min is a senior at The University of Texas at Dallas studying Finance. He currently works as an area sales support for High Brew Coffee. He worked as a Project Manager for Brand Aid Texas, a marketing/consulting firm based in Dallas, in addition as the Marketing Manager for Fix Fast a student-founded phone repair company. Andrew was born in New York raised in Norcross, GA, moving to Texas about 4 years ago. After college, Andrew plans on going into the sales/marketing industry. Hobbies include reading, bouldering, lifting weights, running, and strategy analysis/formulation/implementation.
  • Adam Valletutti, Iota (Georgia Tech): Adam Valletutti is a Brother of the Iota Chapter at Georgia Tech. Adam was raised in Merritt Island, Florida, right outside of Cape Canaveral. He grew up playing football and is a big sports fan. Adam’s father went to Georgia Tech and it was always a dream of his to come attend; Adam is studying Industrial Engineering and is currently a fifth year, graduating in May of 2019. Adam’s father also went Greek when he was at Tech, so he knew he wanted to find the same lifelong friends that his father had found at college. Pi Kapp became that place for Adam. Adam quickly became involved, joining Standards Board as a freshman and later fulfilling the role of Chief Justice. Adam was elected Archon in December of 2016. On campus, Adam has been a part of Sports Business Club, SGA, and works as the building supervisor at our Recreation Center. Adam has worked a co-op at an energy consulting firm for three of his semesters at Tech, focusing in big data analytics and regression forecasting. Adam enjoys going to sporting events, concerts, or any type of tailgate. Pi Kappa Phi has given Adam so much and he is excited to give back through this Council!