Phi Sig IHQ Announcement

September 30, 2021


Phi Sig Announces New Director of Organizational Growth

Dan Clark brings strong Phi Sig and sales career to the Grand Chapter

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Phi Sigma Kappa is pleased to announce Daniel Clark (Purdue ’16) as the new Director of Organizational Growth. Dan will manage enterprise growth and expansion opportunities, as well as, develop a strong recruitment culture within chapters and alumni.

Dan graduated from Purdue University with a degree in Brain and Behavioral Sciences. While an undergraduate, he served as Vice-President, Inductor, and Sentinel during a key time in the chapter’s history. When he joined, the chapter was small, with only 14 members. Alongside his brothers, they banded together to rebrand the chapter and build it up to more than 100 members, in turn engaging the alumni to begin a housing campaign that raised more than $2m, providing an attractive living and learning experience for their collegiate brothers. Dan also served as Captain of the World’s Largest Drum Crew while at Purdue.

“It is surreal to be in a position with the same organization which instilled in me the Cardinal Principles of Brotherhood, Scholarship, and Character,” said Dan. “I have always pursued new opportunities and challenges to ensure that I surround myself with responsibilities and colleagues who will bolster my efforts to expand my knowledge—this is a once in a lifetime opportunity.”

Since graduation, Dan has served in various sales roles with Envigo RMS, a contract research organization based in Indianapolis. While at Envigo, he grew their top customer by nearly 40%, managing their addition of 4 global acquisitions’ volume as a part of that growth. In addition, he leveraged sales utilizing hands-on experience and spearheaded an effort to compete in a $26M bid with a top 10 Pharma customer.

“We are thrilled to have Dan on our team,” said Nick Zuniga, Executive Director. “He has a storied Phi Sig experience, including advising one of our successful chapters at Rutgers, and understands what it takes to grow an organization. He knows where we need to go and shares in our vision to get there.”

Dan will supervise and lead staff and volunteers who help execute the expansion of interest groups/provisional chapters in his position. He’ll begin his work in early October.

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