Epsilon Mu Chapter attends Pi Kapp College for Chapter Officers

Over this time period, the council learned a variety of leadership and interpersonal skills specifically targeted to help the chapter succeed in the upcoming semester and lead as an example to the rest of the fraternity. The council engaged in team building exercises to target their own personal weaknesses as well as areas the chapter as a whole needs to improve upon. Each member also underwent individual training sessions to better themselves in their own unique positions and utilize all of the resources Pi Kappa Phi Nationals has to offer.
The Spring 2017 executive council is comprised of AJ Lamb as Archon, Eli Book as Vice Archon, Alec Nicolaysen as Treasurer, Vinny Dellaria as Warden, Franklin Crisp as Secretary, Derrick Compas as Chaplain, Luke Nelson as Historian, Trevor Rice as Risk Manager, Sean Ireland as Standards Board Chairman, and last but not least Brandon Castillo as Philanthropy. AJ Lamb had this to say about the new council, “It was amazing to see all the passion and new ideas that these 9 men are going to bring to their positions. I couldn’t be more excited to work with them this year as we take on all the challenges and opportunities of being on exec and take Pi Kapp to new heights”.

The Pi Kapp College for Chapter Officers did a phenomenal job at reminding the members in attendance exactly why they originally joined in the first place, and allowed the executive council to focus all of their combined efforts on making their chapters live up to the high standards of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. Key speakers at the event such as United States Paralympic Swimmer Evan Austin did an especially good job at motivating all in attendance to reach for higher goals when it comes to Pi Kappa Phi’s philanthropy, The Ability Experience. He reminded all of us exactly why we do whatever we can for those in need of help, whether that help comes in the form of a wheelchair ramp, a financial donation, or even just being a friend.