Brother Klein graduated from Sonoma State University in 2019 with a bachelor’s degree in political science. He held many positions in his chapter during his undergrad years including brotherhood chairman, social chairman, and his favorite, recruitment chairman.
When Brett wasn’t doing Fraternity-related work, he worked as a tour guide on campus and a student campus ambassador. He enjoys meeting and talking to new people every chance he gets whether that be through work or Phi Delt.
Following his years as an expansion consultant, Brett wants to pursue a career in law by attending law school. When he’s not working or studying for the LSAT, he enjoys sports, cars, or playing a round of golf with friends.
- Michigan Alpha – University of Michigan (Expansion Project)
- Michigan Beta – Michigan State University
- Michigan Delta – Kettering University
- Michigan Zeta – Central Michigan University
- Oregon Alpha – University of Oregon (Expansion Project)
- Arizona Alpha – University of Arizona
- Arizona Beta – Arizona State University
What advice would you give to young Phis:
Phi Delta Theta is a very successful organization and can help you during your college years and beyond. Take advantage of your undergraduate years by being as involved in your chapter as possible, by holding executive board positions, and going to every event, because these are some of the best years of your life. Network and build lifelong relationships that you can carry into your life after your college years. This will benefit you immensely in the professional world and work environment.