Brother Hoffman graduated from the University of La Verne in the spring of 2019, where he was involved in the Student Government, Campus Activities Board, and the University Track and Field team. Ryan loves sports, including golf, surfing, and snowboarding, and he hopes to continue his education and obtain a master’s degree in organizational or educational leadership.
Ryan’s involvements at the University of La Verne extended way past the titles. Within track and field, he achieved the feat of a 4:30 mile and a 2 minute 800 meter run. Within Phi Delta Theta, he created the first ever ALS golf tournament that raised $10,000 and became the second Iron Phi from his chapter. He held the community service chairman, philanthropy chairman, alumni secretary, awards chairman, historian, warden, and president within the chapter.
Ryan’s favorite quote to live by is “let everything you do be done with purpose.”
Why did you decided to work for Phi Delta Theta?
Phi Delta Theta gave me so much during my undergraduate experience, and I wanted to continue my Phi Delt experience by giving back. Also, consulting and leadership coaching is what I want to pursue as a career, so becoming a leadership consultant is a great opportunity for me to learn more about the industry and the leaders within it.