International Executive Council

The International Executive Council establishes the vision, develops and enforces the policies, and sets the goals for the Fraternity. The International Executive Council is the supreme governing body of the fraternity and follows the International Constitution of Pi Lambda Phi.

Dan Scott, C.K.

President

Dan graduated the University of Illinois in Urbana in 1989 with a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting. Dan is a member of the Illinois Tau Delta Chapter of Pi Lambda Phi. While an active undergraduate brother, Dan held the offices of Recruitment Chairman and New Member Educator. He also participated in most intramural sports which included a football championship team his senior year. Dan currently resides in Northbrook, Illinois with his wife and three daughters. He currently practices real estate and personal injury law in his own practice: Chepov & Scott, LLC. Dan served as the President of the Fraternity from 2006 through 2010. Dan was awarded a Council Key in 2008 and the Edward Goldman Alumnus Achievement Award in 2011.

Paul Griffin, C.K.

Vice President

Paul joined Pi Lambda Phi as an Alpha Class Founding Father of the NC Epsilon Kappa chapter at NC State University in 1995. During his time as an undergraduate, Paul served as K.O.E, fundraising/philanthropy chair, and on the judicial board. Paul graduated in Spring of 2000 with a B.S. in Business Management. After graduation, Paul helped form the NC State Epsilon Kappa Alumni Association and served as Vice President for two years.

Paul lives in Atlanta, Georgia and works for Verint in Business Transformation. Paul’s interests include politics and travel.

Starting in 2006, Paul started serving the fraternity on an International level as a member of the awards committee. Shortly thereafter, Paul joined the regional conferences committee, then served as the Convention Committee Chairman for a few years. In 2010, Paul became an associate councilman.

Camillo D’Orazio

Treasurer

Camillo graduated from Drexel University in 1996 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting and Finance and earned his MBA in Finance at Villanova University in 2006. Camillo is a member of the Drexel University Delta Iota Chapter of Pi Lambda Phi and is currently an active member of the Alumni Association holding the title of Treasurer (K.O.E.). While an active undergraduate brother, Camillo held the offices of Treasurer (K.O.E.), New Member Educator, and various other committee roles. Camillo currently resides in Philadelphia, PA with his wife and son. Camillo has been a Financial Services professional for over 25 years and is currently attending the University of Pennsylvania for a FinTech certification.

Joe Nascimento

Secretary

Joe joined the FL Delta Chapter of Pi Lambda Phi in the Fall of 2002 at the University of Florida. As an undergraduate, Joe served as Secretary and then as Chapter President. Joe went on to law school at the University of Miami and graduated cum laude with his J.D. in 2009. As an alum, Joe has served as the Alumni Association President, Chapter Advisor and President of the Florida Delta House Corporation.

Joe is the managing partner of the Miami-based criminal defense firm, Ross Amsel Raben Nascimento, PLLC. Joe’s practice focuses on high-stakes federal and state criminal matters and appeals. He is also an adjunct professor of litigation skills at the University of Miami School of Law, owns and operates Springs Fitness, a functional fitness studio, and was a longtime member of the Legal Panel and Board of Directors of the Greater Miami ACLU. Joe and his wife Danielle enjoy living in Parkland, FL with their two children Joey and Jack.

Jason Bergeron

Councilman

Jason joined Pi Lambda Phi at the OH Beta Tau chapter at Baldwin-Wallace College (now Baldwin-
Wallace University). Jason currently residents in Houston, TX and has served as the Director of the
Center for Fraternity & Sorority Life at the University of Houston for 11+ years. Jason served as a six-and-a-half-year member of the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors (AFA) Board of Directors, served as Vice President of the Center for Fraternity & Sorority Research, and is actively involved with the LeaderShape Institute as a Lead Facilitator. In addition to being a two-time recipient of the fraternity’s Alumni Certificate of Merit, Jason has received the Stephen Dealph Outstanding Fraternity/Sorority Professional Award from the Association of Fraternal Leadership and Values (AFLV). Jason is currently a Ph.D. candidate at the College of Education at the University of Houston and intends to graduate in 2021.

J Bradley Morrison, C.K.

Councilman

Brother Morrison received Bachelor of Science degrees in Chemistry and Management Science from MIT and his MBA from the University of Chicago. Brad currently serves as a councilman but has held many positions for the fraternity including Vice President, Treasurer, and Secretary. For his continued efforts in Pilam, Brad received a Council Key in 2001 and the Rex’s Ring for outstanding service to his chapter as an undergraduate and the Alumni Achievement Award for commendable service to the chapter as an alumnus from MA Theta. Brad is also involved with the William Daniels Lodge Society of Freemasons and the Clinton Avenue Reformed Church. He lives with wife Sally in Boston and is an assistant professor at Brandeis University.

Dave Fechtman, C.K.

Councilman

Dave joined Pi Lambda Phi at Florida Atlantic University in 1993. As an undergraduate, Dave held many positions including New Member Educator, Archon, and various other committee roles. As an alumnus, he has served the Educational Foundation, as a Regional Governor, Chapter Advisor (NCSU), and as Vice President of the Executive Council. He rejoined the Executive Council in 2018. Upon graduating college, Dave worked on staff for Pilam as a Leadership Consultant. In his final year on staff, he also focused efforts on expansion and restarting chapters.

Dave is the CEO of Velocity Advisory Group. He is a speaker, consultant and certified executive coach who believes high performing organizations successfully execute strategy, develop leaders, and intentionalize their cultures. This belief has inspired his 20 year career helping organizations and leaders reach their fullest potential. He regularly writes for Forbes and is invited to speak as a subject matter expert on leadership and culture. Additionally, he coaches top executives from mid-sized to Fortune 100 organizations. His clients credit him with creating a significant impact on both their personal and professional lives. His firm has conducted over 400 strategic planning sessions and has trained thousands of professionals.

Dave believes in giving back and has served on the board of numerous organizations, launched a business incubator, and regularly volunteers in his community.  Dave and his wife, Lorri, live in Pennsylvania with their three children.

Juan Lopez

Councilman

Juan joined the FL Delta Chapter of Pi Lambda Phi in the Fall of 2013 at the University of Florida. As an undergraduate Juan served as Recruitment Week Chair, House Manager, Marshal, and two time Rex. He graduated in 2017 with a B.S. in Sport Management with Minors in Business Administration and Entrepreneurship.

Juan has served as an Operations Intern, and Undergraduate Councilman for Pi Lambda Phi. After graduation he went back to his hometown of Tampa, Florida to join Fortune 500 Cintas Corporation under their Management program.

Travis Collings

Councilman

Travis attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison, graduating in 2009 with degrees in Economics and Personal Finance. He later obtained an MBA in Management also from the University of Wisconsin-Madison graduating in 2014. As a member of the Omega Chapter of Pi Lambda Phi, he was KOE for two years then after graduating served as a Chapter Advisor for five years. Travis has worked in a variety of professional finance roles over 15 years spanning financial services, corporate, and operational finance, currently overseeing financial performance for a large North American logistics network. He holds a Certified Financial Planner TM designation and is passionate about youth financial literacy. Travis currently resides in Boston, MA with his wife.

Roger Orloff, Big Pi, C.K.

Councilman

Roger Orloff joined New York Kappa Tau Chapter at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 1957. He served as Rushing Chairman, Marshal, and Scribe. He has been Chapter Advisor to Ohio Beta Tau Chapter at Baldwin Wallace University, editor of the national periodical the Tripod, delegate to two national conventions, chapter representative to the National Executive Council and was awarded a Council Key by the International Executive Council.

Recipient of a Bachelor of Management Engineering from Rensselaer and a Master of Business Administration with Distinction from Harvard Business School, he is President of the Acquisition Search Corporation, which advises and assists owners and chief executive officers on strategic acquisitions and on the sale of entrepreneurial businesses to strategic buyers and whose TASCforce Consulting division empowers entrepreneurs to recognize and remove roadblocks to accelerating growth, increasing profitability, building shareholder value, and creating great companies.

Roger lives in Atlanta. He is Vice Chairman of the Rensselaer Lally School of Management Dean’s Advisory Council, Trustee of the Rensselaer Annual Fund Advisory Council and Chairman of its Patroon Society, and has been Vice President of the Rensselaer and Trustee of the Harvard Business School Alumni Associations. The Rensselaer Alumni Association awarded him its highest honor, the Distinguished Service Award.

Andrew Bollinger

Councilman

Andrew joined Pi Lambda Phi in 2009 where he helped recolonize the Pennsylvania Alpha Delta chapter at Temple University and served as the first Rex (President). Andrew holds Bachelor of Arts and Juris Doctorate degrees from Temple University. While in law school, Andrew served on the Chapter Advisory Board to the Pennsylvania Delta Iota chapter at Drexel University and helped guide them through the recolonization process.

Andrew is an attorney in the Chicago office of Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr, LLP, a prominent national law firm. Andrew’s legal practice focuses on commercial litigation, higher education, and fraternal law. Andrew has worked on higher education and fraternal cases that have gained significant national attention, and has co-authored several articles in these areas.

Kris Reiber

Councilman

Born in Cleveland and raised in Cincinnati, Kris joined the Ohio Beta Tau chapter at Baldwin Wallace University just prior to becoming one of the four Refounding Fathers during their Revitalization in 2005. While at BW Kris earned both his Bachelor’s in Business Administration in 2005 and his M.B.A. in Sustainability in 2015.

During his time as an undergraduate, Kris has served Pi Lambda Phi as Archon (Vice President), then Chapter Advisor, Chapter Advisory Board Member, and Ohio Beta Tau Alumni Association Vice President prior to joining the International Executive Council.

Currently residing in Cleveland, Kris works for the Alumni Association of Case Western Reserve University engaging with the alumni chapters around the country to connect alumni to each other and back to the University.

Kris shares his passion for adventure and travel with his wife Mallory and son Lincoln.