Ben W. Satcher, Jr.

37th Knight Commander

Delta Omicron–Clemson ’79

Ben currently is the KAOEF’s Chief Development Officer. But most importantly, he served as the 37th Knight Commander of Kappa Alpha Order. He has volunteered for the Order since 1984. After local chapter volunteer positions, he served as the South Carolina Province Commander from 1991-95 and then as a member of the Executive Council from 1995-2007. Ben spent 22 years in the  automobile business prior to joining the staff of the KAOEF in January of 2008. He is a native of Lexington, S.C. and was born in Greenwood, S.C.

Ben graduated from Clemson University in 1982. He enjoys Clemson athletics, water and snow skiing, hiking, reading and politics. He is an avid tennis player.

What do you enjoy most about working for KA? 
It is rewarding to see young men be afforded the experiences and opportunities which will better prepare them for life beyond their college years. KA also helps to mold their character and values system, as well as promote friendships that stay with these young men throughout their life.

What is your favorite KA story?
Hearing numerous stories from men of all ages who tell me that if it were not for KA, they would never have succeeded in business or been as productive as a parent or community leader.  I hear these stories from all across the country.  It never gets old hearing of the impact KA has had and continues to have with our members.

What impresses you about working for KA?
The high level of dedication and commitment from our KA staff and volunteers is rewarding because it energies me.  I also continue to be impressed by the quality of the young men we attract into KA all across the country.  Again this aspect reinforces the fact that we are providing opportunities and services that young men want and expect from us.

Brother Satcher, as a Former Knight Commander, long-time volunteer, and now member of the KAOEF staff, has a unique and important perspective on fraternity life, the Order, and the need to support our organization.  Check out Former Knight Commander Satcher’s accomplishments during his term leading the Order.