silver medal recipient
Kappa Alpha Order
Greg Singleton began his career in the fraternal industry as an Educational Leadership Consultant for Kappa Alpha Order. Following his time as a consultant, Greg spent a year in Memphis as an educator within the public school system before he followed his true passion for working with college students. His work on college campuses includes roles at University of Memphis, Purdue University, University of Miami and currently, Austin Peay State University, where he serves as Associate Vice President and Dean of Students.
“As a mentor, Greg has guided me in very important ways, supporting me as I create a successful path into the profession,” one nominator wrote. “Through Greg, I uncovered that our work is never finished—it begins with each of us and continues with those to whom you leave your influence and legacy on a daily basis. Therefore, Greg has not only lived up to this expectation but also exceeded it through his service to mentoring new professionals, conducting research, and promoting the advancement of the fraternal movement. Without Greg, I would not be who I am today.”
In addition to his professional capacities in higher education and student affairs, Greg has remained an active volunteer for various interfraternal organizations and KA. He served on the Executive Board of the Southeastern Interfraternity Conference (SEIFC) for 18 years in roles that included SEIFC Advisor, Assistant Executive Director and Executive Director. He is a former recipient of both the SEIFC and Southeastern Panhellenic Conference (SEPC) Outstanding Greek Advisor Award and is also highly involved in volunteer roles for Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honorary. He is a former Deputy Province Commander for KA and continues to serve the fraternity nationally as the current National Scholarship Officer since 2007. Greg has also received the Knight Commander’s Accolade, the highest award bestowed upon an alumnus of Kappa Alpha Order.
“To know Greg is to know a true professional,” another nominator wrote. “If we identified everyone Greg influenced, you would see how remarkable his reach is from both undergraduate students to professionals; but what is most noticeable is that many times this is in a volunteer capacity and not as a requirement of his position. I could never fully articulate my admiration for Greg’s dedication to, service to, support of, and passion for fraternity and all that it encompasses.”