Brother Liberator graduated with a Bachelors of Arts in History with a dual minor in Psychology and Pedagogical Studies from Central Connecticut State University. Initiated into the Connecticut Alpha Chapter of Phi Delta Theta in the Fall of 2012, he would go on to serve as Recruitment Chairmen and Vice President.
During his time as an undergraduate, Nick was able to recruit the largest pledge class Connecticut Alpha has ever seen, implement a male sensitivity program for his brothers and incoming Phikeia, and became an Iron Phi through his efforts in as Connecticut Alpha worked towards becoming an Iron Chapter.
Outside of the Fraternity, Nicholas made the most out of his college experience by being a Student Orientation Leader, playing club baseball, and becoming a member of the Honors History Society Phi Alpha Theta, all while working full time.
In his spare time, Nick enjoys working out and spending time with his family and friends.
Nick will be working with:
- Georgia Beta – Emory University
- Colorado Alpha – University of Colorado
Why did you decide to work for Phi Delta Theta?
I want to provide individuals with a similar, if not better, college and fraternal experience than my own. One in which they may open their eyes and realize their own true potential and the impact they could have not only on others but the world.