Will Harris, a native of Glasgow, Kentucky, is a proud member of the Kentucky Eta Chapter of Phi Delta Theta. He is currently pursuing his bachelor of arts in corporate and organizational communication and social media marketing with a minor in sales.
Will joined Phi Delta Theta in the fall of 2017 where he was elected the Phikeia class vice president. He has since remained active in the chapter by serving on the Homecoming Committee, Pallas Committee, Recruitment Committee, Alumni Relations Committee, and Phikeia Education Committee. Harris attended the Kleberg Emerging Leaders Institute in summer 2017.
During his first two years at Western Kentucky University, Will has become involved in the WKU Spirit Masters organization where he serves as an official ambassador of the University; WKU IFC, where he serves as the vice president of judicial affairs; Midnight on the Hill, a nonprofit geared towards raising funds for St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, where he served as the director of fundraising and sponsorship; the Student Government Association, where he previously served as a freshman senator and chief of staff. Will is also a member of the Mahurin Honors College and Omicron Delta Kappa.
Will’s passions include working to increase the retention rates on campus and ensuring that all students are aware of the resources that the WKU Student Government Association has to offer. After graduating, Will plans to pursue a position in corporate business working in the marketing or sales department. He dedicates his time to making WKU a welcoming and exciting environment for all to enjoy. As a proud Hilltopper himself, he knows with certainty that this is the perfect home to all who climb the Hill.