As a Leadership Consultant, Nicholas will be traveling the country to help students develop into servant leaders and assist groups of men in their goal of creating the ideal chapter. By interacting with students, his role is to assist in the growth and development of chapters across the nation to prepare the men of Pi Kappa Phi to be successful active members and future alumni. His favorite part of the job is being able to travel and create relationships with brothers on his journey.
Nicholas graduated from Western Illinois University in Macomb, Illinois in May of 2018 with a double major in history and journalism. During his undergraduate career, he served as the Iota Rho chapter’s Secretary and Standards Board Chairman. He also served as the Editor-in-Chief of the campus newspaper, The Western Courier, which he contributed to for four years and won multiple state awards for his writing and photography.
His hobbies include photography, writing, and reading, in addition to playing sports such as volleyball and golf. His favorite sports teams are the Chicago Blackhawks, the Baltimore Ravens and Liverpool FC. When not out and about, he can be found playing competitive video games with his brothers, or reliving his high school quiz bowl days at pub trivia nights.
Nicholas will work with the following chapters during the Spring 2019 term:
- Alpha Mu (Penn State)
- Alpha Rho (West Virginia)
- Beta Gamma (Louisville)
- Zeta Psi (IUPUI)
- Eta Epsilon (Maryland)
- Kappa Rho (Vermont)
- Eta Tau (Kentucky)
- Delta Sigma (Bowling Green)
- Epsilon Beta (Grand Valley State)