Bruce A. Wolfson Receives Prestigious Award from International Fraternity
Posted on Aug 9, 2018
During the 2018 International Convention, Bruce A. Wolfson (Pennsylvania, Beta Pi '71) was recognized with Pi Kappa Alpha International Fraternity’s Loyalty Award for his service to the Fraternity and his community. Established in 1969, the Loyalty Award was created to annually recognize an alumnus who has displayed significant support to the Fraternity at either the local or international level.
Wolfson has served as Foundation president, Fraternity international vice president, Fraternity assistant grand treasurer, and chapter advisor to Beta Pi, Iota Lambda (Columbia), and Gamma Rho (Northwestern) Chapters. He was the founding president of the Chicago Area Alumni Association and a founding member of the New York City and Beta Pi Alumni Associations. He currently serves as a Foundation Trustee.
Professionally, Wolfson serves as general counsel for Jaguar Growth Partners in New York and as an adjunct assistant professor of international relations at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. He and his wife, Ellen, reside in Dobbs Ferry, New York, and have two adult children, Tamara and Sarah.
For his extensive service to the Fraternity and his significant impact on his community, the Pi Kappa Alpha International Fraternity is proud to honor Bruce A. Wolfson with the 2018 Loyalty Award.