Brenden Welch Appointed as Director of Growth
Brenden Welch (Iowa State University, 2015) has been named the director of growth at Delta Tau Delta Fraternity. Welch will begin his new position on December 12.
In his new role Welch will coordinate all aspects of the Fraternity’s expansion program. He will be responsible for finding new expansion opportunities, training staff to recruit founding fathers and coordinating service delivery to all colonies ensuring their expedient installation.
Originally from Sioux City, Iowa, Welch graduated from Iowa State University in May 2015 with a degree in supply chain management with a minor in finance. As an undergrad he served as Yell Like Hell co-chairman as well as Greek Week co-chairman. He was a member of the ISU Blood Drive where he served as the executive of volunteers. He was also a member of Iowa State’s Dance Marathon where he was a part of the events committee as well as a master of ceremony.
“I am pleased Brenden has made the decision to remain on staff with the Central Office,” said Jack Kreman, vice president and chief operating officer of Delta Tau Delta. “Brenden’s success at prior expansion projects, his drive and leadership and his ability to put other people at ease make him an ideal fit for this position.”
Delta Tau Delta has 138 chapters and colonies in 39 states and the District of Columbia with a membership of more than 10,000 undergraduates and more than 120,000 living members.
Delta Tau Delta is a values-based fraternity founded in 1858. Its mission, “Committed to Lives of Excellence,” is what the Fraternity seeks to represent at its host institutions. Delta Tau Delta strives to develop its members’ leadership skills, seeks superior academic achievement, promotes community service efforts and helps its members launch successful careers.