Dustin Brann, Director of Leadership Education, to depart Staff of KA
Dustin G. Brann (Alpha Omega – North Carolina State ’11) will be leaving the staff of the Kappa Alpha Order National Administrative Office at the conclusion of the Emerging Leaders Academy. He will be returning to North Carolina to continue his MBA program with East Carolina University. Dustin, who has served as the Director of Leadership Education since June of 2014, has helped build upon the Order’s leadership conferences and education programs, further developed relations with the Muscular Dystrophy Association, assisted with online educational initiatives and preventive risk reduction, as well as acting as a liaison with the National Scholarship Officer.
Prior to this role, Dustin served as an Associate Director for Chapter Development beginning in January of 2013, working with the Order’s provisional and newly chartered chapters. During his tenure, he helped to start or restart numerous chapters including: Gamma Iota at San Diego State University, Zeta Phi at High Point University, Delta Iota at the University of Texas at Arlington, Gamma Omega at Midwestern State University, Omicron at the University of Texas, Gamma Mu at the University of Houston, Zeta Chi at Kennesaw State University, Epsilon Chi at the University of Arkansas-Monticello, and the Campbell Provisional Chapter.
Dustin graduated from N.C. State in 2012 earning two degrees, a B.S. in Agriculture Business Management and Agriculture and Environmental Technologies. He served two terms as the Number IV and also as the Smith Province Undergraduate Chairman. He is a member of the John S. Candler and William Sprigg Hamilton Province Courts of Honor and a member of the Crimson & Gold society and the 1865 Trust.
The future Director of Leadership Education position will remain open for 30 days. Executive Director Larry Wiese requests that anyone interested in this position should submit relevant materials to Assistant Executive Director for Chapter Services, Brent Fellows, as soon as possible.