Direct: (614) 398-1991

Affiliation: Pi Kappa Phi
Chapter: Delta Alpha #710
College: Virginia Tech (Undergraduate) / Michigan State University (Graduate)
Hometown: Bamako, Mali (West Africa) & McLean, VA

Kyle Pacqué

Chapter Relationship Manager

Kyle Pacqué is the Chapter Relationship Manager for the Midwest Region of the United States. In his role, Pacqué serves as a liaison between chapters and the Pi Kappa Phi’s National Headquarters, organizational/leadership coach for chapter’s executive council members and advocate and supporter for chapters’ needs and aspirations.

Pacqué attended Virginia Tech University where he joined the Delta Alpha chapter and obtained his Bachelor of Science in Psychology in 2013. Following graduation, he served as the leadership assistant for the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life for one year, prior to his enrollment at Michigan State University. While at MSU, Pacqué served as the only graduate assistant for the Fraternity and Sorority Life Office, serving over 3,000 undergraduate students with one full-time professional. In 2016, Pacqué graduated from MSU with a Master of Arts in Student Affairs Administration.

During his final year of graduate school, Pacqué co-founded his non-profit, Promote Care & Prevent Harm. Serving as the director of programs, he developed the skills and knowledge to develop and innovate programs, training and practices to improve the effectiveness of teams, organizational/ team culture, and address community/school prevention and promotion goals. In addition to program development, Pacqué developed experience related to implementation, management, and evaluation of programs and pieces of training focused on empowering clients to facilitate positive change within their peer groups, teams, learning, working environments and communities.

Pacqué also spent his early childhood living in West Africa, which brings a unique perspective to his work and students he serves. He is known as someone who adapts quickly to new situations, works well with people from very diverse backgrounds, and thrives in an environment where he can continuously grow and learn from colleagues and students.

Pacqué will work with the following chapters during the Fall 2020 term:

  • Nu (Nebraska)
  • Upsilon (Illinois)
  • Omega (Purdue)
  • Alpha Gamma (Oklahoma)
  • Alpha Omicron (Iowa State)
  • Alpha Phi (Illinois Tech)
  • Alpha Psi (Indiana)
  • Beta Nu (Houston)
  • Beta Omicron (Northwestern State)
  • Gamma Lambda (Missouri S&T)
  • Delta Delta (Truman State)
  • Delta Chi (Kansas State)
  • Delta Omega (Texas A&M)
  • Epsilon Mu (Bradley)
  • Eta Beta (Indiana State)
  • Eta Rho (Texas State)
  • Eta Chi (Texas Christian)
  • Theta Epsilon (Kansas)
  • Theta Theta (Iowa)
  • Theta Kappa (Baylor)
  • Theta Lambda (Missouri State)
  • Theta Phi (Louisiana Tech)
  • Iota Beta (Texas – San Antonio)
  • Iota Zeta (Stephen F. Austin)
  • Iota Mu (Arkansas – Fort Smith)
  • Iota Xi (Texas – Dallas)
  • Iota Rho (Western Illinois)
  • Iota Phi (Loyola – New Orleans)
  • Iota Chi (Ball State)
  • Kappa Beta (Illinois State)
  • Kappa Lambda (Wisconsin)
  • Kappa Xi (DePaul)