Beta Theta Pi - Alpha Delta Chapter | Volunteers
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Beta Theta Pi Volunteers

Beta Theta Pi has more than 1,000 alumni and Friends of Beta leading its undergraduate chapters to new heights. The Fraternity is always seeking volunteers who are committed to building men of principle for a principled life.

This year, volunteers will help facilitate six Keystone Regional Leadership Conferences, three sessions of The Wooden Institute and Leadership College at the 173rd General Convention. They will attend more than a thousand chapter meetings, advise thousands of undergraduates, receive training from the General Fraternity and much more.

Are you interested in joining these incredible volunteer leaders in your area? There are many ways to get involved, including short-term roles. Send an email to Jeff Rundle or call the administrative office at 800-800-BETA.

Beta Theta Pi Board of Trustees

Beta Theta Pi’s Board of Trustees is comprised of nine talented volunteers — a president, a general secretary, a general treasurer and six vice presidents — from different schools, backgrounds, age ranges and regions of North America. Terms are three years in length, and one general officer and two vice presidents are elected by General Convention delegates each year.

As dictated by The Code of Beta Theta Pi, when the General Convention is not in session, the Board of Trustees is responsible for monitoring the progress of all Beta chapters and the Fraternity’s leadership development programs; developing plans to expand the Fraternity; appointing volunteers to support chapters at the local level; instigating strategic planning; publishing the Fraternity’s quarterly magazine; maintaining and increasing the Fraternity’s resource base, etc. One of the Board’s most important priorities is the promotion and advancement of Beta Theta Pi’s highly successful Men of Principle initiative. Likewise, the Board’s commitment to fostering collaborative relationships with university administrators and faculty is second to none.

General Fraternity Officers

Alumni Relations Commissioner: John Conway, South Dakota ’56
Archivist: Eric Eickhoff, Ohio Wesleyan ’00
Chorister: Brock Johnson, Oklahoma State ’09
Historian: B. Hume Morris, Centre ’68
Insurance Commissioner: Thomas D. Cassady, Cincinnati ’76
Leadership Development Advisor: Donald G. DiPaolo, Michigan ’78
Scholarship Commissioner: James M. Strilesky, British Columbia ’72
Assistant Historian: Zachary T. Haines, Miami ’05
Asst. General Treasurer/Ch. Finance: John Groom, Miami ’58

Advisory Council

The advisory council is an organization of Betas who have previously served as members of the Fraternitiy’s board of trustees or the Foundation board of directors. For more information on the advisory council, please contact the Beta Theta Pi Foundation and Administrative Office at (800) 800 – 2382.

Regional Directors

These men are often drawn from long-serving district chiefs, to assist the general secretary in managing the Fraternity’s affairs. Their duties include working with district chiefs in their region, recruiting new district chiefs and assisting with advisor training.