2020 Thirty Under 30: Dallas Johnson

Dallas stands out as determined and compassionate brother. He served the Beta Iota chapter for three years on the executive board and became a Certified Ritualist. Upon graduating from The University of Toledo with a degree in Mechanical Engineering he started his dream job at Trane as Technical Sales Engineer. At Trane, he has successfully completed the Graduate Training Program which is a prestigious program that advances him in his professional career. At the end of this program, him and his team were presented with the Top Performer Award for the sales simulation. He values the lessons and values Pi Kappa Phi instilled in him and regularly gives back to the community by donating blood, volunteering for the Special Olympics, staying involved with The Ability Experience and packing meals for Feed My Starving Children. Most recently, he joined International Service Learning and went on a Hike-for-Humanity to a small village in Costa Rica. Each day he strives to do his best and make himself a better person by reflecting on the fraternity’s core values and credits the fraternity for where he is today saying, “the reason I volunteer and give back to the community is due to the passion I found through Pi Kappa Phi.”