Brother Zach Stringer graduated from Hanover College with a BA in business and a BA in communications. He joined the Indiana Epsilon Chapter in March 2019 and served as the risk manager, public relations chair, and alumni secretary over his four-year undergraduate membership.
Zach was involved with Hanover’s varsity athletics as the main student photographer. In addition, Zach served on executive teams for several student organizations, including the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Student Athletic Advisory Committee, IFC, and a co-founder of the new student news channel, Hanover Now.
In his free time, Zach enjoys kayaking, skiing, camping, and staying active in his community. Zach hopes to one day open several business ventures of his own, using his experiences at General Headquarters to become a consultant for Fortune 500 companies.
Why did you decide to work for Phi Delta Theta?
Being a first-generation college student and an only child, college was a little daunting at first. The members of Indiana Epsilon quickly offered to help in not only my academic endeavors but also help me reach the personal goals I had set. The members cared about who I was and wanted what was best for every brother. I not only gained chapter brothers but found a family larger than I could have imagined.
Phi Delta Theta changed my life and for the better. That led me to work for GHQ, helping provide the opportunity for more undergraduates to experience something greater than themselves while developing into professional young men prepared to write their next chapter in life.