Pi Kappa Phi is privileged to have over 1,300 volunteers nationwide, who give their time, talent and treasures to ensure student members are afforded an outstanding fraternity experience.
Lane Luckie, an alumnus of the Beta Omicron Chapter at Northwestern State University, was recognized among the fraternity’s most dedicated volunteers, being named 2012 National ‘Facilitator of the Year’ at Supreme Chapter 53 in Washington, DC.
Each year, he visits college campuses across the country, presenting the fraternity’s prevention education programs. He also serves as master of ceremonies and a facilitator at Mid Year Leadership Conference.
“As a facilitator for Ladder of Risk and Alcohol Skills Training Program, Lane has dedicated himself further to educate young men in chapters across the country about harm reduction and healthy decision-making,” said Chris Shade, director of alumni and volunteer services.
“I truly believe that Lane’s dedication giving back to Pi Kappa Phi through the betterment of its student members is a testament to the character, values and loyalty that he possesses. Its something that sets him apart as an alumnus and volunteer and makes him an asset to any organization.”
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