David Hicks named Student Representative to National Council

One undergraduate member of Pi Kappa Phi is selected annually to serve as the student representative to the National Council. The student representative also chairs the Council of Archons, a student advisory board comprised of 12 current or past chapter presidents.

Hicks is currently pursuing his bachelor’s in business administration with a concentration in finance and a minor in communications studies. In addition to his current role as president of the Alpha Epsilon Chapter, Hicks has also served as Historian and alumni relations chairman. He is a member of the university’s Student Conduct Committee and the director of marketing for the Freshman Leadership Council. Hicks is a 2014 graduate of Pi Kapp College for Emerging Leaders, the fraternity’s transformational, six-day leadership development program that empowers participants to create the ideal chapter on their campus.

“Since joining Pi Kappa Phi, David has continuously demonstrated a commitment to leadership, as well as an ability to develop and leverage relationships in order to better his chapter and his campus community,” said Chief Executive Officer Mark E. Timmes. “We look forward to watching David continue to grow as he represents Pi Kappa Phi’s more than 11,000 student members in the coming year.”

“I am humbled to have this unique opportunity to represent my brothers across the nation,” said Hicks. “I look forward to working with the members of the National Council throughout my term.”