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.

Brendan Sorg, C.K.

Vice President

Brendan joined the OH Beta Tau Chapter at Baldwin Wallace in 2005. He received his Bachelor Degree in Business from BW in 2006 and subsequently earned his Master of Business Administration and Juris Doctor from The University of Akron.

Brendan is currently employed as a Corporate Attorney in Akron, Ohio and serves as General Counsel for several healthcare providers.

In addition to serving on the International Executive Council, Brendan has served OH Beta Tau as its Rex (President), Chapter Advisor, Alumni Association Present and Chapter Advisory Board Member.

Brendan resides in Cleveland, Ohio with his wife Carolyn and son Jackson.

Paul Griffin, C.K.

Treasurer

Paul joined Pi Lambda Phi as an alpha class founding father of the 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 Cary, North Carolina and works for Progress Software. Having worked in several technical positions, Paul now works as a product marketing manager. 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 conclave committee and then for the past few years has served as the chairman for the convention committee. In 2010, Paul became an associate councilman.

Ryan Overturf

Secretary

Ryan joined Pi Lambda Phi, PA Alpha Delta chapter at Temple University in 2003. He served as New Member Educator, Social Coordinator, and President (Rex). Upon graduating with a degree in Chemistry, Ryan took a job with a pharmaceutical company. He diligently worked with the fraternity to help re-colonize his chapter in 2009-2010. Upon re-colonization, Ryan served as Chapter Advisor for many years until his profession moved him from Philadelphia to Boston in 2014.

On behalf of the fraternity, Ryan has served as PA Alpha Delta Alumni Association Vice President, as well as his current position of Councilman. Professionally, Ryan is the Service Operations Manager for the New England territory at Agilent Technologies and lives in Boston with his wife, Jayne.

Jeff Buhler, C.K.

Councilman

Jeff holds degrees in Religion and Psychology from the University of Florida, and holds a Masters in Business Administration from the Crummer School of Business at Rollins College. Currently, Jeff serves as Executive Vice President of Operations for Massey Services, a $130 million company with 90 locations across the Southeast. Jeff served as Vice President of Operations for Middleton Lawn & Pest Control, a $60 million publicly traded company that was recently merged into Massey Services. Prior to Middleton, Jeff held several positions in the areas of long-range planning, annual capital programming, engineering operations and guest room services for Gaylord Entertainment and Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center. He is a guest lecturer at the University of Central Florida College of Hospitality Management with a focus on Strategic Planning and Engineering and the Rollins College Business School in the areas of Operations Management and Organized Behavior. Jeff is a member of the Central Florida YMCA board with fundraising and development responsibilities, chairman of the strategic planning committee for Winter Park Presbyterian Church and an alumni board member for Camp Ridgecrest for Boys.

On behalf of the fraternity, he served as Chapter Advisor and House Corporation President for Florida Delta chapter. He has served Pi Lambda Phi Fraternity as Leadership Consultant, Director of Chapter Services, and Assistant Executive Director. Additionally, for the Educational Foundation, he served as Director of Development. He is married (Faith) with a daughter (Maya), and a son (Jackson) who received a new member pin on the day of his birth from Chuck Steinmetz (FL Delta alum and Big Pi recipient).

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 Pi Lam, 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 is an alumnus member from our FL Delta Chapter at the University of Florida.

Jack Marsh, Big Pi

Councilman

Jack is an alumnus member from our OH Beta Tau Chapter at Baldwin Wallace University. He is a retired journalist and former executive for the Freedom Forum. The Freedom Forum, based in Washington, D.C., is a nonpartisan foundation that champions the First Amendment as a cornerstone of democracy, and is the principal funder of the Newseum and Newseum Institute. Jack is happily married and enjoys being a grandfather.

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.

Shawn Upchurch, C.K.

Councilman

Shawn M. Upchurch is President of Pi Lambda Phi’s Educational Foundation and Vice Chairman of the Elimination of Prejudice Founding Directors. He has been Chapter Advisor, revitalized OH Beta Tau (OBT), established OBT’s Alumni Association, and served as Vice President of Pi Lambda Phi’s International Executive Council. Shawn joined the OBT Chapter at Baldwin Wallace University in 1991 and served as New Member Class President, Recruitment Chair, and Risk Management Officer. Shawn was awarded the 219th Council Key in 2013.

As Founder and CEO of UpSearch, Shawn supports purpose-driven leaders and organizations worldwide. His passion is to embolden leaders to achieve greatness, however they define it. A practicing scholar of emotional intelligence and intentional change theory, Shawn has the unique ability to interpret, simplify, and solve complex issues that unlocks potential often trapped at the intersection of purpose and people. He has advised hundreds of board members, business owners, executives, and aspiring future leaders. Shawn helps leaders achieve lasting change for themselves, their teams, and their organizations by managing intentional change.

Shawn is a life-long student of leadership, emotional intelligence, and equality. He holds a M.B.A (Systems Management) and B.A. (Economics) from Baldwin Wallace University and earned an Emotional and Social Competency Inventory (ESCI) accreditation from Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Management. Shawn’s interests include the role of transformational leadership in board governance, civic stewardship, nonprofit leadership, and community building. A father of two premature children, Shawn has broad interests in helping preemies thrive and believes every life has equal value.

Isaac Hutchinson

Councilman (Undergraduate)

The Undergraduate Representative is an active member of a chapter in good standing who serves a term of one year on the IEC. He is elected annually during the House of Delegates and then serves as the Chairman of the House of Delegates throughout his term.

Isaac Hutchinson is currently a student at the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia where he is studying Pharmaceutical Sciences.