MEMPHIS, TN – Pi Kappa Alpha International Fraternity is pleased to announce Andrew Moon (Northern Arizona, Theta Rho ’19) as the January 2022 Pike of the Month. Pike of the Month award recipients demonstrate the True Pike ideals, working to improve themselves and having a positive impact on their chapters, campuses, and communities.
Moon, a junior at Northern Arizona University, was nominated for his service to the NAU campus, his work ethic, and his community involvement.
Moon has served Theta Rho Chapter as recruitment chairman, vice president of membership development, and philanthropy chairman. During his time as recruitment chairman, Moon was instrumental in recruiting a record-breaking 27 members in one semester. Moon also helped raise over $27,000 for charity throughout a myriad of events and fundraisers. In addition to the service for his chapter, Moon is also leading the NAU Greek community as IFC president.
Outside of the Fraternity, Moon is deeply involved in the Flagstaff community. He consistently attends city council meetings to remain engaged in the community and is a member of the Southside Community Association, representing NAU Greek life. Moon is passionate about community service, with plans to implement service opportunities for the NAU Greek community to benefit Flagstaff. Additionally, Moon is the co-founder of The Well, a Christian small-group Bible study.
Moon is pursuing a degree in finance and political science, holding a 3.8 GPA. He has maintained a presence on the Dean’s List since fall 2019. After graduation, Moon plans to embark on a career in federal law enforcement, homeland security policy, or a non-profit that aids human trafficking victims.
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