2020 Thirty Under 30: Kyle WIlson

Kyle is a hard worker whose entrepreneurial spirit leads him to success. He is a graduate of Texas Christian University and an alumnus of the Eta Chi chapter. During his collegiate years, he cycled Journey of Hope TransAmerica in 2010, cycled Gear Up Florida in 2011, and was a Crew Chief for Journey of Hope TransAmerica route in 2012. He remains a dedicated donor to The Ability Experience. Throughout his community he always tries to find a way to volunteer or give back. For years he has helped coach and prepare athletes for the Special Olympics in his area. He also volunteers his time to work with Oregon Adaptive Sports whose mission is to help people with disabilities to have an active outdoor lifestyle and play sports. In his professional life he shows the same dedication to his work as he does his philanthropies. Right out of college he helped to start a brewery in Dallas, Texas and worked every aspect of the business throughout its start up. The brewery and his team won a gold medal for their beer at the Great American Beer Festival in Denver, Colorado. After a year of experience with this brewery, he worked in for an equipment manufacturing company before starting his own. The company produces manufacturing equipment for the beverage industry. His company is now in their third year of business and growing steadily. The commitment he has to providing excellent products and customer service is a reflection of the values Pi Kappa Phi instilled in him. He credits the fraternity with giving him great role models that encouraged him to strive to be the best he could be in his career and the relationships he developed in Pi Kappa Phi have helped him in his current relationships with friends and business associates alike.