2024 National Council Slate Announced

Pursuant to Supreme Law, the Nominating Committee is pleased to nominate the following individuals for service on the National Council. This slate of officers will be presented to the 58th Supreme Chapter in Baltimore, Maryland, July 25-28, 2024.




National President

Brady was initiated into the first associate class of the Epsilon Omicron Chapter at Villanova University, where he served as IFC vice president and president as well as president of the Northeastern Interfraternity Council (now known as the Northeast Greek Leadership Association). After graduation, Brady served two years as executive vice president of Pi Kappa Phi Properties. As a volunteer, Brady served as chapter advisor and area governor and currently serves as the Pi Kappa Phi National Vice President. He holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Villanova University and a master’s in business administration from UNC-Chapel Hill. He is a partner in retail development and investment firm LRG Investors. He also serves as a lecturer at the Bergstrom Real Estate Center at the University of Florida and is an author and speaker on the future of working and shopping real estate. Brady lives in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, with his wife, Shannon.



Vice President/President Elect

Wahlfeldt was initiated in 1983 into the Upsilon Chapter at the University of Illinois, where he held the position of archon. Upon graduation, he joined Pi Kappa Phi staff, serving as a leadership consultant, where he led recruiting efforts at Alpha Gamma (Oklahoma), Alpha Omicron (Iowa State) and Beta Epsilon (Missouri-Columbia) and then served as Pi Kappa Phi’s director of communications. As an alumnus and volunteer, he has served on the Upsilon Housing Corporation, is a Nu Phi Society member, was secretary of the Pi Kappa Phi Properties Board of Directors and is currently National Council Treasurer.

Wahlfeldt is a managing director at JLL, one of the world’s largest corporate real estate services organizations, leading JLL Retail Corporate Services, providing consulting, analytics and transaction services to such retailers as T-Mobile, Nike, Walgreens, Trek and Google.

Wahlfeldt resides in River Forest, Illinois, with his wife, MaryLisa, and two daughters, Jane (a senior and member of Alpha Chi Omega at Clemson University) and CC (a junior and member of Alpha Delta Pi at the University of Georgia).




Turner is an initiate of the Eta Rho Chapter at Texas State University, where, as a student, he served as warden, IFC vice president of Judicial Affairs and IFC president. He was also elected president of the Mid-American Greek Council Association (now known as the Association of Fraternal Leadership and Values). Turner joined Pi Kappa Phi staff as a leadership consultant working on the expansion and growth team. As a volunteer, he has served as a chapter advisor, a city events coordinator, the founding president of both the Eta Rho Alumni Chapter and Eta Rho Housing Corporation and as a prevention education program facilitator. He is a member of the Nu Phi Society, a Pi Alpha and currently serves as National Historian of Pi Kappa Phi.

In addition to his volunteer roles with Pi Kappa Phi, Turner has been an active and involved alumnus of Texas State University, where he currently serves as a trustee of the Texas State Development Foundation. Additionally, Turner served seven years on the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors for the Texas State Alumni Association, including a term as president. Turner holds a bachelor’s degree in healthcare administration from Texas State University and master’s degrees in healthcare administration and business administration from the University of Houston-Clear Lake. Turner is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and lives in Houston, Texas, where he is the administrator of cardiology at Baylor College of Medicine and serves on the Board of Directors of Goodwill Industries of Houston and the Trotter Family YMCA.




Bush was initiated into the Alpha Alpha Chapter at Mercer University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in environmental science. As a student, Bush served his chapter as archon. After graduation, he joined Pi Kappa Phi staff as a leadership consultant. Bush earned his law degree from The Florida State University College of Law. For the past 20 years, he has practiced as a real estate transactional attorney in Tallahassee, Florida, where he represents lenders and landowners in commercial and agricultural transactions throughout the states of Florida and Georgia. In between serving on Pi Kappa Phi staff and law school, Bush rode on the 2000 Journey of Hope South Team. For several years he has volunteered in support of the Gear Up Florida arrival in Tallahassee. He has served on the Pi Kappa Phi Properties Board of Directors as the vice chair for acquisitions. Bush lives in Tallahassee, Florida, with his wife, Adriana, and two daughters, Sofia and Amelia.




Faulkner is an initiate of the Delta Psi Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi at the University of Texas at Arlington, initiated in 1993. He finished his college career at Texas Tech University, where he was a proud member of the Epsilon Omega Chapter.

Faulkner has been a member of The Ability Experience Board of Directors for the past nine years, serving as chairman from 2020-22. He also served as an advisor for the Alpha Nu Chapter (Ohio State) and Iota Omega Chapter (Nevada-Las Vegas). Faulkner is a proud Pi Alpha, participating on the Virtual Gear Up Florida team in 2020. He also served as the installing officer for the Delta Psi Chapter (Texas-Arlington), Delta Sigma Chapter (Bowling Green State) and Kappa Mu Chapter (California-Merced), as well as the assistant installing officer for the Kappa Iota Chapter (Idaho).

When not working or volunteering, Faulkner is splitting his time between Las Vegas, Nevada, and San Diego, California, with his wife Laura and daughter Stella. Professionally, he is the current director of training and quality for Hilton at the Hotel Del Coronado and leads a boutique property management business in Las Vegas.




Sargent was initiated as a founding father of the Eta Sigma Chapter at the University of California, Los Angeles. After graduation, Sargent served for several years as chapter advisor to the chapter. He continued his volunteer journey as chapter advisor for the Theta Zeta Chapter (George Washington), regional governor in the Mid-Atlantic Region, chapter advisor for the Zeta Rho Chapter (Cal State-Fullerton), regional governor in the Southern California Region, leadership instructor at multiple Mid-Year Leadership Conferences and committee co-chair of Pi Kapp College for Chapter Officers. In addition to his Pi Kappa Phi volunteer roles, Sargent has held multiple leadership positions within the UCLA Alumni Association, UCLA School of Public Affairs and the City of Los Angeles. He holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from UCLA and an MBA from George Washington University. He is currently global executive director of organizational development for The Walt Disney Company. Sargent lives in Los Angeles, California, with his husband, Alexander.




Todd is a re-founding father of the Alpha Eta Chapter at Samford University, where he served as vice archon and archon and was named to the Council of Archons his senior year. His alumni leadership involvement in Pi Kappa Phi includes serving as the founding chapter advisor for both the Eta Chi Chapter (Texas Christian) and the Alpha Nu Chapter (Ohio State) and as the founding chair for Pi Kapp Pride. Additionally, Todd has served as a regional/area governor, a facilitator for many of the Fraternity’s educational programs and a member of numerous national committees. With a higher education career spanning 30 years, he currently serves as the vice president for student engagement and success at Ohio Wesleyan University. Todd holds a Bachelor of Music from Samford University, a Master of Divinity from Southwestern Seminary and a Ph.D. in Higher Education from The Ohio State University.