The Expansion Team Grows

Phi Kappa Psi is thrilled to announce the hiring of two new Expansion Consultants!


While many of you will meet our new Expansion Consultants at the 2014 Grand Arch Council, we sat down with the new hires to get to know them a little better.

 


Adam Dunworth Ball State '12

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What positions did you hold as an undergraduate?

During my time at Ball State, I was the President and Vice President of my chapter. I also was a Greek Peer Facilitator and Greek Games Chair for Greek Week.

 

What is the most valuable lesson you learned from those leadership positions?

The most valuable lesson that I have learned from my leadership positions has been accountability and responsibility. I always held myself to a higher standard and made myself accountable for not only my actions, but the actions of the chapter. If something went wrong, I was responsible for it and had to come up with the solution to the problem.

 

If you could pick anyone to have dinner with, who would it be and why?

Anyone that would pick up the bill.

 

If you were a super hero, what would your super power be and why?

Teleportation. Saves on gas money.

 

What are your long-term goals following your time with Phi Psi?

I would love to continue working with undergraduates, whether it be with Phi Psi or other college campuses.  I like working with students and love to see them succeed. 

 

What most excites you about your new position at HQ?

The most exciting thing for me is being able to help restart some of the most historical chapters within our organization.  It will be very rewarding to get them back to their former glory.


James Perez, Director of Expansion, on Adam:

Adam has been a part of the Ball State chapter since its time as a colony. His experience with the colony and the chartering process will be extremely helpful in working with our groups.

 

 

Kameron Willsey IUPUI '10

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What positions did you hold in Phi Psi and on your campus?

While at IUPUI, I served as the President, Vice President, Social Chair (2 semesters), and Finance Chair for my chapter. Outside of Phi Psi, I was also the Executive Vice President of IFC and a member of the Order of Omega.

 

What is the most valuable lesson you learned from those leadership positions?

The most valuable lesson I have learned from my leadership positions is the importance of having a vision and leading by example. A leadership role requires someone who can enthusiastically promote a vision so that it can become a reality.

 

If you could pick anyone to have dinner with, who would it be and why?

I think it would be great to have dinner with Warren Buffett. He has many past successes, but I would be curious as to his beliefs for the future of the financial industry.

 

If you were a super hero, what would your super power be and why?

If I were a super hero, my super power would be precognition so I could know what is going to happen before it happens.

 

What are your long-term goals following your time at Phi Psi?

My long-term goals following my time with Phi Psi are to obtain an MBA from a top tier business school and work within a respected financial consulting firm or a hedge fund.

 

What most excites you about your new position at HQ?

I am most excited to travel the country, expanding my entrepreneurial skills in the establishment of strong colonies and sustainable chapters.


James Perez, Director of Expansion, on Kameron:

Kameron brings a fantastic new perspective on expansion and recruitment. Coming from such a strong chapter, Kam offers a unique skill set that will help our colonies and chapters as they aim toward personal growth on campus.

 

 

Please join us in welcoming Adam and Kameron to staff! They will be headed to Gettysburg College and UCLA this fall and California State University, Northridge next spring.