At the turn of the New Year, Phi Sigma Kappa International Headquarters added two talented staff members to its team. Chase Stockton was hired as the Director of Organizational Conduct and Jonathan Serf (Ball State ’21) comes to IHQ as the Development Officer.
Stockton brings a wealth of conduct experience to his new role. Most recently, he worked as a Student Conduct Manager at Missouri University of Science and Technology. He earned his master’s degree from Missouri State University in 2022 and is currently working towards his doctorate in higher education at the University of Kansas.
“I am very excited to join IHQ and help to further the mission and vision of this organization,” Stockton said. “I look forward to working with our chapters and leaders and assist them in their growth and development. I am very excited for the opportunity to serve Phi Sigma Kappa and make meaningful connections with our community.”
“I am thrilled to have Chase as the newest member of our team here at Phi Sigma Kappa,” Executive Director Joe Kern (Radford ’09) said. “Chase brings with him a passion for enhancing the higher education landscape, a commitment mirrored in our organization’s mission to foster safer and more inclusive spaces for our students. Chase has a proven track record in developing and elevating systems in his previous role, showcasing not just his technical acumen but also his dedication to creating meaningful and lasting change.”
Serf comes to IHQ from the Boys Scouts of America, where he worked as a District Executive. A brother of the Epsilon Tau chapter, Serf graduated from Ball State University in 2021 with a degree in economics.
“I am so excited to be a part of our fraternity’s staff,” Serf said. “I’m looking forward to working with all facets of Phi Sigma Kappa to help grow our reach. Being a brother doesn’t end at graduation, and to be able to give my time back to Phi Sig, especially to such an integral part of our organization is such a fulfilling task.”
“I am delighted to welcome Jon Serf as our new Development Officer,” Kern said. “Jon’s journey, from his academic pursuits in Economics and Political Science at Ball State University to his significant accomplishments in business development and non-profit sales with The Scouts, reflects a unique blend of strategic insight and community engagement. His experience with the Crossroads of America Council, where he successfully brought together community leaders and business owners to support scouting programs, demonstrates his exceptional ability to build meaningful relationships and secure vital support for organizational goals.”
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