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Frater Gregory Roskopf Promoted to Director of Education

Frater Gregory Roskopf Promoted to Director of Education

Gregory Roskopf
Director of Education

INDIANAPOLIS - On Wednesday, April 1, 2015, Frater Gregory Roskopf began a new role on Tau Kappa Epsilon's Professional Staff as Director of Education. For the past two years, he has served as Fraternal Curriculum Specialist.

Frater Roskopf will continue to be responsible for creating Tau Kappa Epsilon's curriculum for leadership and training programs, and will extend his duties to ensure that each chapter, colony and alumni volunteer is provided with value based programing. In addition to other responsibilities, Frater Roskopf will work with Blueprint groups to enhance program effectiveness, monitor the financial condition of programs and events, and promote activities that enhance academic achievement.

Chief Executive Officer Donald E. Aldrich said the following of Frater Roskopf's promotion:

"We are proud to announce Gregory Roskopf as our Director of Education. Frater Roskopf has been key in the creation of online learning and will ensure TKE's educational programs continue to deliver at a high level working alongside Frater Alex Swenson. We have complete trust in Frater Gregory's ability to continue to create online platforms for our members to develop and grow. Additionally, we are excited at the initiatives he will continue to move forward for TKE. Tau Kappa Epsilon will invest nearly $1 million in educational programs in 2014-15, and Frater Roskopf will be a key component of ensuring our membership benefits from this investment."

Frater Roskopf joined the Zeta-Zeta chapter at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in the fall of 2000. During his collegiate years he served as Crysophylos, Rush Chair and Prytanis. After receiving his bachelor's degree in 2002, he received his master's in Student Affairs Administration from Ball State University in 2005. From 2003-2004, Gregory was a regional consultant for TKE in the Midwest and West. Gregory joined the Professional Staff in 2007 as a regional director.

For more information, please contact:

Daniel Klopfenstein
Communications Specialist
317.872.6533
DKlopfenstein@tke.org


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