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Joe Rosenberg Named Executive Director

11/20/2007

Greensburg, PA. — The National Fraternity of Kappa Delta Rho is pleased to announce the hiring of Joseph S. Rosenberg, Xi Alpha ’96, as the new Executive Director of The National Fraternity of Kappa Delta Rho.  A native of Eagleville, PA, he received his Bachelor’s Degree in History and his Master’s of Education in Higher Education Administration and Leadership from Temple University.  During the last 11 years, he has worked in Student Affairs at various colleges and universities.  Brother Rosenberg comes to the National Staff from Radford University, Radford, VA where he has served as the Greek Advisor for the past 2 years.  He has served on several national and regional committees within the Association of Fraternity Advisors, National Association of Campus Activities and the National Orientation Director’s Association. Brother Rosenberg resides in Roanoke, VA with his wife Victoria.

“We are extremely pleased, and feel very fortunate, to have Joe as our new Executive Director,” said Shawn Hoke, Kappa Delta Rho National President.  He continued, “His experience in Greek life, his understanding of higher education and his vision for the Fraternity made him a uniquely qualified candidate.  We believe that his experience and contacts in higher education will be beneficial in moving a variety of Fraternity initiatives forward.”

“I am humbled by my selection by my brothers to be the Executive Director of our honorable organization,” said Rosenberg.  He continued, “I look forward to working collaboratively with our undergraduate brothers, the Board of Directors, our terrific National Office Staff, our alumni volunteers, the Kappa Delta Rho Foundation Trustees and the amazing college administrators were our chapters reside and will reside in the future.”

The National Fraternity of Kappa Delta Rho was founded on May 17, 1905, in Middlebury, Vermont.  Kappa Delta Rho is a lifetime brotherhood dedicated to the continuing character development of its members through: fellowship, leadership, scholarship, service and tradition.  Our vision is to create a living organization that actively challenges each member to rise about everyday pursuits, be of good character and confront the needs of our modern society by placing Honor Above All Things.