On April 26, Phi Delta Theta colonized the 32-member New York Lambda Colony at St John’s University after seven weeks of recruitment and development from Leadership Consultants BJ Nelson and Zach Hilliard. The event want attended by alumni, friends and members of the Greek community.
Chapter Advisory Board Chairman Brad Shane (Emory ’10) said he was very impressed with the group. “The group seemed very cohesive and congenial from the very start.” He stated how he was very excited to work with the Colony and watch them grow into a great part of the organization.
President of the New York Lambda Colony, Patrick Murti, has enjoyed the process of starting to work together as a Colony. He mentioned, “Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. It is the ability to direct individual accomplishments towards organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results. Success happens by taking the first step on a new path. Phi Delta Theta will help us take that first step together at St John’s, and it will forever change the course of our lives away from mediocrity.”
The New York Lambda Colony has a bright future and is excited to join the Greek Community at St. John’s University.