Moe is a 1999 graduate of the University of Southern Indiana and holds a MA in higher education leadership Greek affairs from Sacramento State University. Moe has many years of progressive leadership and success in Greek affairs. He has traveled the country working for Phi Delta Theta as both a leadership consultant and as the director of expansion. Moe and his wife, Allison, and their daughter Maya enjoy the Pacific Northwest. Moe is the University of Puget Sound’s director of student involvement and programs and was named the AFLV West’s Greek Advisor of the Year in 2005. Moe has a passion for the outdoors and enjoys backpacking, running, and golf. Previously, Moe served the Fraternity as the Pi North Province President, awards committee chairman, and survey commissioner. Moe is currently serving the Fraternity as the General Council President.
A Piece of Advice:
- Take time to reflect on your experiences as a member of Phi Delta Theta. The college years go by quickly and the experiences you are having as an undergraduate member will impact your life for years to come.
- Do not be afraid to make the right choice. The Bond of Phi Delta Theta provides us with a guide to becoming better men. When faced with a difficult choice, the ritual and values of the Fraternity will never fail you.