Selected for his service to his chapter and demonstrated leadership abilities and dedication, Marlbrough will serve on the advisory panel for the fraternity’s National Council and professional staff.
“The Council of Archons has a long-standing tradition of excellence dating back more than 40 years, and membership on this prestigious board is limited to twelve undergraduate leaders,” said Brandon Belote, Pi Kappa Phi’s Assistant Executive Director of Chapter Development. “Since the Council’s inception in 1968, exceptional leaders have served to advise the greater fraternity on operational items that have shaped uncommon opportunities for our men all across the country.”
At the 54th Supreme Chapter in Atlanta, the fraternity unveiled a new strategic plan, Uncommon Leadership: The 2020 Strategic Plan. Marlbrough and other archons will play a role in advising the fraternity staff on the many challenges that face chapters as the fraternity works to execute the strategic plan and achieve its goals.
The council will meet monthly by telephone conference.