All in the Phi Psi Family
Phi Psi Family Member Donald Moore supports the future of fraternities
Launched in 2016, the Phi Psi Family is a network of members and non-members alike who are passionate about student growth. Now with 293 members, the Phi Psi family is made up of men and women across the country that serve the Fraternity through the shared passion of higher education. Through the programming offered by the Fraternity, undergraduates have unique opportunities to learn leadership skills and become prepared for a successful post-graduate life.
Members of the Phi Psi Family contribute to the success of the Fraternity’s award-winning programs by facilitating sessions and breakouts and writing leadership curriculum. These volunteers also contribute by writing guest articles in The Shield, and offer support to chapters and colonies through advising.
Phi Kappa Psi is extremely grateful to bring together a group of demographically diverse but like-minded individuals who believe in the positive power of Greek organizations.
One member in particular has shown an upstanding commitment to Phi Kappa Psi through his participation in leadership programs and his dedication to advising at Rutgers University.
A New Jersey Native, Donald Moore grew up in Pleasantville (New Jersey) before moving to New Brunswick to start his collegiate career at Rutgers University. As an involved member of Alpha Phi Alpha, Moore was a well-known leader on campus. As a student and peer, he found his niche in student affairs, which broadened his ability to make connections in his undergraduate years. Though Moore originally intended to study law after graduating in 2008 with a degree in Criminal Justice and Psychology, he desired to have a career doing something that he loved, and moved on to pursue his Master’s degree in Student Affairs at Bowling Green State University.
“During my college years, I was very involved on campus and ultimately, I realized that being in this line of work would allow me to actually enjoy what I do for a living and give me a chance to give back,” Moore says. “It has been very mutually-beneficial because I get to learn from my students every day.”
After finishing his Master’s and working at Penn State University as a Drug and Alcohol Counselor, Moore returned to his alma mater in 2015 as the Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs.