Five Alumni Appointed as Regional Presidents for Pi Kappa Alpha International Fraternity

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MEMPHIS, TN – The Supreme Council of The Pi Kappa Alpha International Fraternity is proud to announce the appointments of five regional presidents, effective immediately: Jason Belland (Ferris State, Zeta Kappa ’96), Founders; Kyle Beulke (Rockhurst, Kappa Epsilon ’05), Volunteer; James Forristell (Cincinnati, Alpha Xi ’01), River Valley; Mark Reavis (Tennessee Tech, Theta Upsilon ’81), Dixie; and Steve Vincent (Missouri, Alpha Nu ’83), Heartland.

Regional presidents are charged with the vital role of recruiting and supporting Pi Kappa Alpha’s alumnus volunteers – chapter advisors and advisory boards, house corporation officers and alumni association leaders. Regional presidents volunteer to serve a two-year term as representatives of the Fraternity in their particular geographic region. Pi Kappa Alpha has 23 regions in North America.

Jason Belland - Founders
(Ferris State, Zeta Kappa ’96)
Belland has served as director of the Las Vegas Area Alumni Association and as a member of the alumni advisory boards for Kappa Omicron (Nevada – Las Vegas), Gamma Eta (Southern California) and Theta Psi (Chapman) Chapters. Belland was a member of the Fraternity’s staff for five years. As an undergraduate, he served Zeta Kappa Chapter in numerous capacities including external vice president and president. Professionally, Belland is the northeast region director of personal philanthropy for Disabled American Veterans (DAV). He resides in Springfield, Virginia.

Kyle Beulke - Volunteer
(Rockhurst, Kappa Epsilon ’05)
Beulke previously served as a member of Gamma Nu Chapter’s (Iowa) Alumni Advisory Board and as a member of the Fraternity’s staff for one year. As an undergraduate, he served Kappa Epsilon Chapter as recruitment chairman, new member educator, and president. He is PIKE University Gold Certified. Professionally, Beulke is a pediatric dentist for Cumberland Pediatrics Dentistry & Orthodontics. He resides in Nashville, Tennessee, with his wife, Jenny, and son, Jeffrey.

James Forristell - River Valley
(Cincinnati, Alpha Xi ’01)
Forristell is a development officer with Centers for Families & Children. He has served as Alpha Xi Chapter’s advisor for six years and was a member of the Fraternity’s staff. As an undergraduate, he served his chapter as recruitment chairman, health & safety officer, external vice president, and president. He currently resides in Cleveland, Ohio.

Mark Reavis - Dixie
(Tennessee Tech, Theta Upsilon ’81)
Reavis has served as chapter advisor to Theta Pi Chapter (Alabama-Huntsville) since 2006. Reavis was named Chapter Advisor of the Year at the 2018 International Convention. He was a founding father of Theta Upsilon Chapter and served the chapter as president and secretary. Reavis serves as the vice president of finance for the University of Alabama at Huntsville’s Alumni Association. Professionally, he is a senior program analyst for Intuitive Research and Technology Corporation. He resides in Huntsville, Alabama, with his wife, Michelle.

Steve Vincent - Heartland
(Missouri, Alpha Nu ’83)

Vincent is the vice president of Pennington & Company. He has served as a member of Alpha Nu Chapter’s (Missouri) Building Corporation and on the alumni advisory board as both the recruitment and the education advisor. He was a member of the Fraternity’s staff for 10 years. Vincent resides in St. Louis, Missouri, with his wife, Suzanne, and their two daughters.

To learn more about volunteering for Pi Kappa Alpha, visit www.pikes.org/volunteer.

For more information contact the Pi Kappa Alpha Foundation at (901) 748-1948 or pikeinfo@pikes.org