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Clay Coleman

Southwestern '04

Director of Education

Email | 513-523-6345 Ext. 244 | LinkedIn

Contact Clay For:

  • Education Curriculum & Programming
  • PDT U Online Education
  • Phikeia Education
  • Pursuit of Greatness
  • Risk Prevention

As Director of Education, Clay is responsible for overseeing all educational strategies, and programming inclusive of PDT U Online Education, conference curriculum, Phikeia Education, Risk Prevention, and Pursuit of Greatness member development experience.

Brother Coleman is a member of the Texas Gamma Chapter and a graduate of Southwestern University where he studied communications and business. He also holds a master’s degree in educational administration from the University of Texas at Austin. In 2016, Clay was honored by the Southeastern Interfraternity Conference with the Dr. Tom Shoemaker Advisor of the Year award. Before joining the GHQ staff, Clay served as a Province President for six years in both Virginia and Florida.

Clay, his wife Tiffanie, sons Jaxson and Greyson, and dog Lexi reside in Pace, Florida.  An avid Texas Longhorns fan, Clay looks for every opportunity to cheer on the Horns! When he is not busy chasing the boys around the house, he enjoys the endless summer weather in Florida by trail running, kayaking, and playing golf!

Advice for Young Phis

There are endless opportunities to leverage your experience as a member of Phi Delta Theta to gain transferable skills that will help you in all future professional endeavors. From budget management experience as treasurer to alumni relations chair and in between, all members can find a connection to enhance their leadership, networking and communication skills. I recommend finding two older chapter brothers that have completely different goals, aspirations, and interests. Seek their perspective and guidance related to your academic and co-curricular interests. Often, when seeking advice from two diverging perspectives, a person is enlightened by a new opportunity that may not have otherwise been considered. Remember, leadership is not a position, but a process of self-discovery.