Let it be known that the nominating committee for the 57th Supreme Chapter is now accepting nominations for the National Council of Pi Kappa Phi. As provided in Supreme Law, the nominating committee is charged with assembling a slate of nominees for the National Council. The five-member committee is comprised of a student member and four past national presidents. The nominating committee includes Dudley F. Woody, Xi (Roanoke); Tracy Maddux, Zeta Theta (Texas); Dr. Tom Sullivan, Delta Omega (Texas A&M); Jeremy Galvin, Alpha Omicron (Iowa State); and Jacob Beavers, Beta Epsilon (Missouri).
Any initiated member of the fraternity—student or alumnus—can nominate any initiated alumnus (including themselves) to serve on the National Council. Above all, nominees must have an unwavering and proven commitment to the fraternity and its affiliates, The Ability Experience, Pi Kappa Phi Properties, and the Pi Kappa Phi Foundation. Past service to the fraternity and a general understanding of the national fraternity is of utmost importance. Those elected to the National Council will serve a two-year term ending at the 58th Supreme Chapter in 2024.
It is preferred that nominations are sent via email to email@example.com; however, should you need to mail your nomination you may send it to
Attn: Nominating Committee
2015 Ayrsley Town Blvd, Suite 200
Charlotte, NC 28273
All nominations must be received no later than Jan. 15, 2022. The committee’s proposed slate will be announced no later than March 17, 2022, and presented to the Supreme Chapter on Friday, July 29, at the second Supreme Chapter session.
While we hope that we are overwhelmed with nominations for the Council, we recognize that not everyone has the interest or time to serve at a board level. Pi Kappa Phi has always been a volunteer-based organization with multiple opportunities at a variety of levels. To that end, we would encourage you to fill out our volunteer interest form at pikapp.org.
Consider making plans to join your brothers at the 2022 Supreme Chapter in Tampa, Florida, July 28–31.
Finally, I’d like to call on all Pi Kapps around the world to listen for and recognize the sound of the bell of our fraternity as it rings, bringing us together to celebrate this lifelong commitment that so enriches our lives. It is the sound of brotherhood, of fond memories we share of brothers and experiences from days passed, and it serves as a reminder of our greatest days yet to come.
Yours in Pi Kappa Phi,