Parker Glaessner is a Leadership Consultant for Pi Kappa Phi. In his role, Parker advises chapters and members across the nation as they seek to become ideal members. Parker enjoys meeting different brothers from across the nation and learning about their unique personalities and traditions at their respective universities and colleges. Parker enjoys meeting prospective members and explaining to them the joys of being in a fraternity.
Parker attended the University of San Diego (USD) from September 2014 through May 2018, where he double majored in Marketing and Finance. In the Spring of 2015, Parker became a founding father of the Kappa Theta chapter where he served on the chapter’s first executive board in the Chaplain role. After his term as Chaplain, Parker served on numerous committees including chartering, brotherhood, rituals, finance, chapter history, and alumni relations. In April of 2016, the Kappa Theta chapter officially chartered through Pi Kappa Phi nationals. In the Spring of 2017, Parker pledged and initiated into the co-ed professional business fraternity Alpha Kappa Psi. Parker served as the social committee chair in the Gamma Epsilon pledge class, and then on the judiciary board as an active brother. Parker also served as head of marketing for USD’s Senior Class Legacy Scholarship to raise funds for an incoming USD freshman.
In his free time, Parker enjoys playing sports with friends, watching movies and TV shows, and visiting friends and family. Parker also loves to travel the world, as he has been to 13 different countries in the world (and plans to see more in the future). You’ll often see him wearing San Francisco Giants and San Jose Sharks merchandise, as he is a die-hard fan and will root for his teams no matter where he is in the world.
Parker will work with the following chapters during the Fall 2018 term:
- Tau (NC State)
- Eta Tau (Kentucky)
- Iota Sigma (San Jose State)
- Kappa Mu (UC – Merced)
- Kappa Nu (Sonoma State)
- Kappa Pi (Cal Poly San Luis Obispo)
- Kappa Tau (Eastern Washington)