GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Phi Kappa Tau has announced that Tyler C. Wash has been named executive director for the Phi Kappa Tau Foundation. The Danville, Ky., native graduated from GC in 2009 with a bachelor’s degree in political science.
According to a release, he is the awards chairman for the Fraternity Communications Association and is actively involved with the North American Interfraternity Conference Foundation and Fraternity Executives Association.
Wash has served on the Phi Kappa Tau Executive Offices staff in Oxford, Ohio, for five years. During that time he has held several roles, including coordinator of volunteer development. He has also been editor-in-chief of The Laurel since January.
“The foundation and fraternity are very fortunate to have Tyler moving into this role,” said CEO Tim Hudson, Truman State ’97.
“His experience on the staff and his strong work ethic will greatly benefit the organization. With his track record for improving processes and cultivating growth, and with his strong relationship with the Foundation Board of Trustees, Phi Kappa Tau is well positioned to provide benefits to future generations of members.”
Wash said he is excited about this new opportunity to serve Phi Kappa Tau.
“Our Foundation plays an important and vital role in ensuring the future success of Phi Kappa Tau’s mission,” he said.
“I am very thankful that I am surrounded by talented staff, dedicated trustees and countless donors, supporters and loyal brothers who are enthusiastic about the future of our historic fraternity. It is humbling to know we are all bound together by our passion for our cardinal principles and by the realization that the Phi Kappa Tau experience can truly impact people’s lives in significant ways.”
Wash was actively involved in the Georgetown College chapter as an undergraduate.