MEMPHIS, TN – Pi Kappa Alpha International Fraternity is pleased to announce Ryan Danley (Tulsa, Gamma Upsilon ‘19) as the April 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.

Danley, a junior at University of Tulsa, was nominated for his leadership within the chapter, his community involvement, and his service.

Danley has served Gamma Upsilon Chapter as president, external vice president, sergeant at arms, and secretary. During his time as a chapter leader, Danley led PIKE to have the largest spring 2022 new member class of all Fraternities at Tulsa. Additionally, Ryan introduced a diversity, equity, and inclusion chair position, and was the architect of Gamma Upsilon’s ‘Pie-a-PIKE’ philanthropy event. Danley was recognized as the Greek Outstanding Leader and Greek Outstanding Campus Involvement award recipient for 2022.

Outside of the Fraternity, Danley embodies the values of Pi Kappa Alpha. He is a new student orientation leader, a university ambassador, and an undergraduate researcher, working on solar cell research. Ryan is a member of the all-Greek honor society Order of Omega, the president of the chemical engineering honor society Omega Chi Epsilon, and vice president of Cane Breaks, a volunteer service organization.

Danley is pursuing a degree in chemical engineering, holding a 3.94 GPA. He has been on the President’s Honor Roll for maintaining a 4.0 throughout the past four semesters. He is currently an engineering intern for Williams Energy, working in sustainability and environmental services to manage carbon emissions.

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