Tau Kappa Epsilon Announces Staffing Changes for 2007-08 Year

Tau Kappa Epsilon Announces Staffing Changes for 2007-08 Year

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - Tau Kappa Epsilon is proud to announce the addition of several new members to our staff. After conducting extensive interviews from a field of highly qualified candidates, TKE announced changes to its professional staff, effective June 1, 2007. Many of the changes will take place in TKE's chapter services department, with a talented new team of Tekes coming on board to help the Fraternity grow in the coming years.

Upon announcing the new staff team, Chief Executive Officer Kevin Mayeux, CAE, said, "This is going to be an exciting year of growth and improvement for our Fraternity. We have assembled a phenomenal team of talented individuals, all dedicated to helping TKE reach the next level of fraternal excellence. I am looking forward to working with these talented men in the months ahead."

Joining the TKE staff as Region 2 Director (South) is Adam Ferris. Adam is an initiate of the Grand Chapter and served as a lead facilitator at Bradford Woods, Indiana University's professional development center, for four years. Ferris brings with him a wealth of knowledge related to experiential learning, and a deep love for TKE serving on the Charles R. Walgreen, Jr. TKE Leadership Academy team for the past several years. He succeeds Louie Correa (Gamma Chapter, University of Illinois), a five year veteran of the professional staff. Correa takes on the position of Director of Alumni Relations for the TKE Educational Foundation effective June 1. In this new role, he will coordinate the Life Loyal Teke program as well as help both start and service the Fraternity's alumni associations. Correa will report to Gary Reed (Iota-Phi Chapter, Defiance College), Foundation President/CEO.

Returning to the TKE staff after a three year hiatus is Greg Roskopf (Zeta-Zeta Chapter, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee). Roskopf recently completed a two year tour as Greek Advisor at Loyola University in New Orleans, and previously served as Housing Coordinator and a Regional Consultant for TKE. He received his master's degree in higher education from Ball State University and is active in the Association of Fraternity Advisors. Roskopf succeeds Kevin Smith (Rho-Upsilon Chapter, Franklin College), as Region 3 Director (Midwest). Smith will remain active in TKE as a volunteer and is pursuing other professional opportunities in the field of public relations and marketing in Indianapolis.

In Region 4 (Central & Western States), Bryston Cutter (Rho-Upsilon Chapter, Franklin College) has been promoted to the position of Regional Director. Cutter served the Fraternity this past year as Recruitment Coordinator, teaching TKE chapters effective ways to grow their membership. Cutter succeeds Eric Chamberlain (Mu-Theta Chapter, Lycoming College) who has accepted the position of Director of Alumni Development for Delta Upsilon Fraternity after serving on the TKE staff for the past five years.

Other new additions to the Chapter Services staff include:

Tracy Holmes, Zeta-Zeta Chapter, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Holmes is a past chapter prytanis and graduate of the Charles R. Walgreen, Jr. TKE Leadership Academy. He has been active in numerous campus organizations and served as a peer facilitator at several TKE conferences.

Nate Lehman, Theta-Iota Chapter, Northern Michigan University. Lehman is also a graduate of the Charles R. Walgreen, Jr. TKE Leadership Academy, a past Apollo Team leader at our Regional Leadership Conferences, and is a veteran of the National Guard, having served the United States in Iraq.

Ryan Arnold, Colony 817, State University of New York - Fredonia. Arnold is a former student body president and vice president at Fredonia, as well as founding colony prytanis. He has interned with members of both the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate, and has been active in numerous campus organizations.

Paul Hicks, Beta-Beta Chapter, North Carolina State University. Hicks is a former chapter officer and recruitment chairman. He has been active in the hospitality management profession and was a member of numerous campus organizations while in college.

Rounding out the new additions to the TKE staff is Elliott Scheirman (Epsilon-Omicron Chapter, University of Houston). Scheirman served as a chapter officer, has management experience in various retail outlets, and will serve TKE as Executive Assistant to the CEO. He succeeds Christopher Walsh (Rho-Upsilon Chapter, Franklin College) who will continue on staff as a part-time assistant while he pursues a graduate degree in psychology at the University of Indianapolis this coming academic year.

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For more information, please contact:
Tom McAninch
Communications Coordinator
Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity
8645 Founders Road
Indianapolis, IN 46268
Tel: 317.872.6533 ext.241
Cell: 317.427.3492
Fax: 317.875.8353

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