T.J. Sullivan: Why it’s time to end mandatory events in fraternity and sorority life

Welcome to episode #81 of Fraternity Foodie! We have with us a good friend and advocate for Greek Life with the experience one might expect from a seasoned executive and entrepreneur. T.J. Sullivan tells us why he chose Indiana University in Bloomington for his undergraduate experience, why he decided to join Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity as a founding father over other organizations, what roles he filled at the headquarters after graduation, what it was like touring the country with Joel Goldman with his program called “Friendship in the age of AIDS”, what the early years of Campuspeak was like, why he updated his book called “Motivating the Middle: Fighting Apathy in College Student Organizations”, why chapters don’t confront the trouble-maker, why we should end mandatory events in Greek Life, why he decided to retire from his role as a speaker at ForCollegeForLife, what he does now as the Executive Director of the Superior (Colorado) Chamber of Commerce, and his favorite two restaurants in Denver. Enjoy! Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FVfBNqiOhjo


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