The Executive Offices is pleased to share the Chapter Services assignments for the upcoming year. These individuals will be your primary contacts for questions you have throughout the year.

Tristan Conroy, Centre ’12
Associate Director of Chapter Services

Conroy oversees the Success Manager team as the Associate Director of Chapter Services. His primary functions will be to provide support for a select group of chapters and assess risk management situations for Phi Kappa Tau. Conroy, is the main contact for risk management investigations and coordinate with the chapter services team to ensure all chapters & colonies are reducing risk and properly addressing any policy infractions. You can view a list of chapters and colonies that work with Conroy here.

Kyle Rutledge, Oklahoma State ’12
Senior Success Manager

Rutledge, who previously worked as a Recruiter for the Phi Kappa Tau Executive Offices, joins the chapter services team to be the Senior Success Manager, where he will be one of the primary chapter contacts. Rutledge will focus on three areas: day-to-day support, resource allocation and custom solutions. Success managers focus on coaching chapter leaders to help their chapters improve and perform at a high level. You can view a list of chapters that work with Rutledge here.

Brandon Lewis, Middle Tennessee State ‘15
Success Manager

Lewis, joins the Executive Offices staff as a Success Manager. In addition to serving as a primary chapter contact, Lewis will focus on areas: day-to-day support, resource allocation and custom solutions. Within those three focus areas, Lewis will focus on coaching chapter leaders to help their chapters improve and perform at a high level. You can view a list of chapters that work with Lewis here.

Logan Lukacs, Baldwin Wallace ’10
Associate Director of Organizational Growth

Lukacs now heads up the growth team. He will be responsible for overseeing the recruitment team during expansion projects, providing custom support for colonies and assisting with their efforts toward chartering. Contact Lukacs, for inquiries related to the colonization process, active colonies and active expansion projects.

Darryl Thompson, Old Dominion ’13
Recruiter

Thompson is joining the chapter services team as a Recruiter. He will focus on assisting  Phi Kappa Tau’s growth efforts through expanding to new campuses. Thompson is responsible for identifying, recruiting, assessing and onboarding the initial members of our colonies.
Contact Thompson if you are attending or know someone attending Iowa State University or South Carolina University this fall.

Sebastian Kastberg, Lynchburg ‘14
Recruiter

Kastberg has also joined the growth team as a Recruiter. He will focus on assisting  Phi Kappa Tau’s growth efforts through expanding to new campuses. Kastberg is responsible for identifying, recruiting, assessing and onboarding the initial members of our colonies.
Contact Kastberg if you are attending or know someone attending Iowa State University or South Carolina University this fall.

Ryan Stover, Baldwin Wallace ’10
Associate Director of Volunteer Engagement

Stover joins the growth team as the Associate Director of Volunteer Engagement. Stover will be responsible for on-boarding and recruiting Domain Directors, supporting domains without an active Domain Director, acting as the volunteer liaison for the Executive Offices and facilitating relationships with university officials for expansion purposes.
Contact Stover, if you have general questions about volunteer positions in Phi Kappa Tau. Reach out if you know someone interested in serving as a Domain Director or a chapter volunteer. Organized alumni groups committed to supporting reorganization efforts to their campus may also reach out.

Jess Schauble
Associate Director of Education and Wellness

Schauble, who previously worked as the Education and Programming Lead at the Executive Offices, now works on the education and wellness initiatives of Phi Kappa Tau as the Associate Director of Education and Wellness. Schauble will be supporting the Deans, developing curriculum, assessing program objectives and creating prevention strategies for chapter risk awareness and management.
Contact Schauble, with questions about educational program objectives, conference and wellness curriculum, creating a chapter level program and delivering a Good to Great Retreat. You may also reach out if you have any questions about Phi Kappa Tau policies, wellness program curriculum, and if your chapter needs help or support with addressing any potential policy violations.