INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana – The Delta Chi Fraternity and Executive Director Jerod Breit are excited to announce that Alex Brown, South Dakota State ’08, has been tabbed the new Director of Education and Leadership Programs.
Brown served the Delta Chi International Headquarters (IHQ) as the Director of Alumni Engagement since May 2017. Prior to his hiring, Brown worked at the University of Minnesota as Student Governance Advisor, where he supported student governance groups and developed opportunities for student leaders to be engaged alumni and cultivate an affinity for the University. He also held professional roles at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse (UWLC) and Keene State College.
“I’m honored to be able to serve Delta Chi and IHQ as the Director of Education and Leadership Programs,” Brown said of his new role. “Delta Chi offers a wide variety of programs, resources, and support to our members and I’m excited to be able to contribute to that legacy. I’m eager to get started and to help support the continued growth and development of our members.”
Brown carries with him an extensive background in Greek-life advising and leadership development. He is a longtime fraternal volunteer for several organizations and has served the Fraternity as an ABT member, Regional Leadership Conference facilitator, “A”s’ Academy facilitator, Emerging Leaders Academy facilitator, and has assisted in curriculum and program development.
“I am excited for Brother Brown to step into this vital role at IHQ, shaping the future of education and programming for our undergraduate and alumni members,” Breit said. “Alex brings over three years of curriculum and resource development for alumni and is an experienced campus professional in education and assessment. He is a steadfast mentor, devoted member of Delta Chi, and an important member of the Fraternity staff.”
Brown earned a master’s degree in Student Affairs Administration from UWLC and held two officer positions during his undergraduate tenure, serving the South Dakota State Chapter as the “D” and Associate Member Chairman in 2006 and 2008, respectively.