Contact Alex for:
- Expansion Opportunities
- Interest Group Requests
- Colony Advisory Board Support
- Expansion Team/Colony Development Specialist Support
- Colonization/Installation Weekends
Alex Atkinson is the Director of Expansion and is tasked with executing growth strategies of the Phi Delta Theta strategic plan, Phi Delt 2020. This is accomplished through the management and coaching of leadership consultants and volunteers while also building the expansion calendar for the semesters to come. Brother Atkinson was previously a Leadership Consultant on the Fraternity’s Expansion Team where he helped build colonies across the county.
Alex is from Archie, Missouri, a small town just south of Kansas City, Missouri. At Missouri Western State University, he received his Bachelor of Science degree in speech communication with a concentration in public relations. Alex was very involved on campus in the Student Ambassador program, Activities Council, Registration Leaders, Orientation Leaders, Homecoming Steering Committee and Phi Delta Theta, where he served as chapter President.
Alex has served in the community through his involvement in Habitat for Humanity, Relay for Life and The ALS Association, where he achieved the status of Iron Phi. Additionally, he was the Missouri Western Student Director of First Year Experience for three years, planning and running all Registration and Orientation programs, as well as serving as a Student Director for the 2016 Conference on Applied Learning in Higher Education. Alex’s accolades include the Dean Hoff Freshman of the Year Award and the Student Employee of the Year for the entire state of Missouri.
Why did you decide to work for Phi Delta Theta?
I wanted to work for Phi Delta Theta because I love this organization. Phi Delt has given me so much and this is my opportunity to provide a similar experience for many other undergraduate men. I have the opportunity to begin my professional career working for an amazing organization while also developing myself personally and professionally.