Linda Brattain has been with the Foundation staff since July of 2001, currently serving as the Director of Advancement Services. Linda’s responsibilities entail Foundation fund account activity and reporting, the scholarship and fellowship program, alumni research, and database functions and updates. She also records the planned giving society and works with the chapter housing grant program. She supports all aspects of approved programs, projects, and functions of the Foundation staff.
Linda and her husband, Jay, live in Liberty, Indiana, on a Hoosier Homestead Farm that has been in the family for 150 years. In her spare time, she enjoys bike riding, reading, gardening activities, and especially spending time with her children: Ryan (Ashley) Brattain, Justin (Audrey) Brattain, and Kayla Gray. She is also the proud grandmother of Knox, Nash, Bailey, Easton, Kase, Ellie, and Grady.
Currently, Linda is actively engaged with the College Corner Community Club and the College Corner Ballpark Committee. She previously spent 25+ years on the Union County Farm Bureau Incorporated Board.
What Makes Phi Delta Theta Great?
“Phi Delta Theta’s greatness is reflected in how it embodies leadership development. Setting a high standard and providing programs, staff, and other resources to both undergraduates and alumni is what makes Phi Delta Theta the great organization it is today.”Linda Brattain
- Annual and Campaign 2030 Reporting
- Chapter Grand
- Chapter Housing Grant Program
- Donor Research
- Fund Account Activity and Reporting
- Living Bond Society
- Prospect Management