2022 Leadership Convention
For the first time in three years, Pi Lambda Phi chapters from coast to coast gathered to develop leadership skills and celebrate brotherhood in person at #PilamCon22 in Baltimore. More than 150 brothers, staff, volunteers, and alumni attended the event.
Over three days of planned programs, undergrads built bonds and got first hand knowledge of the experiences of other chapters and alumni.
Alumni Speaker Series
This year the Foundation arranged a new, inspirational speaker series sponsored by Avidus. Five well-known alumni were invited to talk about their Pilam experience, how it influenced their lives, and offer leadership advice. Here are some clips from their interviews and speeches.
Senator Ben Cardin (Pitt)
General Keith Dayton (William and Mary)
PA State Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta (Temple)
Two-time Olympian Amin Nikfar (Cal Berkeley)
Sports agent Leigh Steinberg (UCLA)
Brothers attended a full schedule of events, featuring sessions hosted by staff and alumni on recruitment, retention, philanthropy, finances, housing, new member education, alumni relations, and other topics to build their personal development.
Ohio State – George A. Beck Outstanding Chapter Award
MIT – Isador Halprin Memorial Scholarship Award
Drexel – Jack Buchheit Interchapter Travel Award
Ohio State – Wiiliam “Snap” Melniker Community Service Award
Ohio State – Jules Lennard Elimination of Prejudice Award
Ohio State, Florida State, Stony Brook University – Top Three Scoring Chapters
General Keith Dayton (William and Mary) was awarded the Big Pi, in recognition of his lifelong commitment to service in the U.S. Army.
Dan Scott (Illinois) and Jim “Tank” Morris (Drexel) were awarded the Diamond Chip Council Key for more than 20 years of volunteer service to the Fraternity.
Joe Nascimento (U of Florida) was sworn in as the new IEC President, and four new members were elected, Brendan Sorg (Baldwin Wallace), Alton Wright (UNC), Daniel Website (Berkeley), and Orrin Webb (Salisbury).