PHILADELPHIA – The Theta Tau Professional Engineering Fraternity is pleased to welcome Jennifer Kreiman (she/her/hers) to the newly-created role of Director of Chapter Services. In this role, she will have primary responsibility for the implementation of the fraternity’s health and safety initiatives, as well as for the delivery, administration, and assessment of other fraternity services.  She will also oversee the Fraternity’s expansion efforts.

“We are thrilled to welcome Jennifer to the Central Office,” said Theta Tau Executive Director Jim Gaffney.  “Her depth of experience in chapter services, both as a volunteer and a staffer, will be invaluable to Theta Tau as we continue to evolve and grow.  One of Jennifer’s noted strengths is mentorship, and I’m excited for her work with our student and volunteer leaders as we work to realize our mission, vision and strategic plan.”

Jennifer was initiated into the Alpha Nu Chapter of the Theta Phi Alpha Fraternity at Kettering University in 1991.  She went on to serve Theta Phi Alpha in multiple roles, both volunteer and staff, for more than twenty years, including ten years on the Grand Council (national board of directors.). She joined the Theta Phi Alpha National Office staff in 2017.  She is a native of Flint, Michigan, where she lives with her family.

ABOUT THETA TAU: The Theta Tau Professional Engineering Fraternity is a co-ed college fraternity for those pursuing degrees in engineering.  Founded at the University of Minnesota in 1904, Theta Tau is proud to be the nation’s largest engineering fraternity, with more than 100 chapters and Candidate Chapters, nearly 5,000 student members and nearly 40,000 total initiates.  Learn more at