MEMPHIS, TN – The Pi Kappa Alpha International Fraternity elected a new board of directors during the Fraternity’s Virtual International Convention. The board of directors is referred to as the Supreme Council and it consists of the current international president, immediate past international president, four alumnus vice presidents, two undergraduate vice presidents, and international legal counsel. All board members serve two-years terms between conventions with the exception of the undergraduate representatives who serve one-year terms. The legal counsel and undergraduate positions are appointed by the newly elected Supreme Council. These men volunteer their time to ensure our members have an exceptional undergraduate experience and lifelong commitment to serving others.

Michael W. Riley (Kansas State, Alpha Omega ’94)

International President

Riley has previously served as international vice president, international legal counsel, as an international risk awareness advisor, as an international real estate advisor, as Heartland regional president, Alpha Omega Chapter’s house corporation president, and as a professional staff member of the Fraternity. Professionally, Riley is a licensed attorney with his own general practice law firm. He previously served as a municipal judge for seven Kansas communities for 22 years. Riley and his wife reside in Hiawatha, Kansas, and they have two daughters.

Mark C. Dziatczak (Wayne State, Delta Nu ’91)

Past International President

Dziatczak has served as international president, as an educational & recruitment advisor, as Great Lakes regional president, as an undergraduate international vice president, and as a member of the Fraternity’s staff after serving his own chapter in multiple committee chair roles including president, executive officer, and new member educator. Professionally, he is the superintendent of Birmingham Public Schools in Michigan, and is currently a doctoral student in the field of education leadership at Oakland University. Dziatczak was named as the MASC/MAHS Michigan Principal of the Year in 2014. He also serves as president of the Michigan State University College of Education Alumni Association and as director for the National Merit Scholarship Corporation governing board. Dziatczak ran the 119th Boston Marathon in 2015. He and his wife reside in Troy, Michigan, with their two children.

Larry W. Eby (Southeast Missouri State, Epsilon Iota ’88)

International Vice President

Eby has served as an international vice president since the 2018 International Convention. He previously served the Fraternity as Heartland regional president for 10 years and serves on his local alumni advisory board. He is currently the executive vice president and COO of Vast Broadband headquartered in Sikeston, Missouri. Prior to Vast Broadband, he helped to start and served in senior leadership roles for numerous telecommunications companies, ultimately leading to their successful acquisitions. Eby previously served nine years on the board of directors for the National Television Cooperative, and he also served as president of the Sikeston Regional Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development Corporation. He has served as chairman of the local Ducks Unlimited Committee and was named a Lifetime Sponsor. Eby was a 2015 inductee into the Cable Television Pioneers and a 2016 inductee into the Mid-America Cable Pathfinders Group. Eby received his bachelor of science degree from Southeast Missouri State University, where he later earned the Young Alumni Merit Award. He resides in Sikeston with his wife and two daughters.

Matthew T. Greco (Chapman, Theta Psi ’03)

International Vice President

Greco served his undergraduate chapter as new member educator and president in addition to being a four-year starter on the varsity football team. He served on the Fraternity’s Nominating Committee to the 2004 Convention in St. Louis and then as an undergraduate international vice president before working on the professional staff. Greco previously volunteered on the Theta Psi alumni advisory board and went on to hold the chapter advisor position for five years before being appointed as Golden West regional president in 2014. Professionally, Greco is a principal at Serve First Solutions, an electronic payments company based in Los Alamitos, California. He and his team will process $2B in electronic transactions this year. He resides in Newport Beach, California, with his wife and son.

John M. Mang (Cincinnati, Alpha Xi ’84)

International Vice President

Mang previously served as a trustee of the PIKE Foundation. Mang is a globally experienced consumer products executive and marketer. He is currently a senior partner with C-Suite Consulting Partners Group, a global, multi-functional firm that helps clients anticipate and lead change, build brands, and strengthen leadership. Previously, he spent 30 years at Proctor & Gamble Company where he retired as chief marketing officer of P&G’s health & grooming businesses. He spent six years leading the company’s business in Japan. He is an active volunteer as a board member of the United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley. He is a certified barbeque judge and an advanced sake sommelier. Mang served his chapter as president and was president of the Alpha Xi Foundation (CE&CF). He resides in Medfield, Massachusetts, with his wife and son.

Chris E. Peterson (Florida, Alpha Eta ’91)

International Vice President

Peterson has served as an international vice president since the 2018 International Convention. Professionally, he is the co-founder and president of Vector Firm, which specializes in sales and marketing consulting and training services. In 2016, he facilitated the Fraternity’s current strategic plan and previously served as an international educational & recruitment advisor, as Sunshine regional president, Alpha Eta Alumni Association president, chapter advisor to Eta Phi Chapter (Central Florida), and chapter president. He was also previously a member of the Fraternity’s professional staff. Peterson resides in Orlando, Florida, with his wife and daughter.

Thomas J. Olsen (Illinois, Beta Eta ’02)

International Legal Counsel

Olsen also serves as a risk awareness advisor and previously served as a member of the Beta Eta Housing Corporation and as risk awareness advisor on the Kappa Omicron (Nevada-Las Vegas) alumni advisory board. He is a former member of the Fraternity’s professional staff having served as a chapter consultant, director of expansion, and director of growth and marketing. As an undergraduate, he served as chapter president, new member educator, and fundraising chairman. Professionally, Olsen is a major in the United States Air Force Judge Advocate General’s Corps. He serves as a senior prosecutor and represents the government as lead trial counsel in the prosecution of complex courts-martial at installations throughout the world. He received his juris doctorate from the University of Minnesota School of Law in 2011 and is a member of the Illinois State Bar.

George P. Hoye (Indiana, Delta Xi ’18)

International Vice President, Undergraduate

Hoye is serving his chapter as president and he is PIKE U Gold Certified. He has served his campus as an IFC Standards Board representative, dance marathon public relations committee chairman, ICAN service club member, IU Camp Kesem volunteer, and IU Founders Scholar. He previously served Delta Xi Chapter as house manager, new member education team member, philanthropy committee member, and public relations committee member. Hoye plans to graduate with a bachelor of arts degree in public relations and journalism.

Robert O. Nelson IV (Cal Poly Pomona, Kappa Psi ’19)

International Vice President, Undergraduate

Nelson is a re-founding father of Kappa Psi Chapter and he is currently serving as president. He previously served two terms as recruitment chairman and he is PIKE U Garnet Certified. On campus he is a research assistant working in conjunction with JPL NASA, and off campus he works as a veterinary technician. Nelson plans to graduate with a bachelor of science degree in biochemistry with plans to further his education in veterinary medicine.