LLandry Announcement

OmegaFi Hires Director of Development for AKL Education Foundation

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The Fraternity of Alpha Kappa Lambda, AKL Education Foundation, and OmegaFi are pleased to introduce Laura Landry, as the new Director of Development for the AKL Education Foundation.

Laura joins staff after spending the past five years with Phi Sigma Sigma and the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation. With the Fraternity, she held the role of Director of Recruitment and Extension and the Development Officer for the Foundation. With the Foundation, she helped develop a Major Gift program as well a collegiate giving program. Laura will take the lead in coordinating all capital campaign and annual fund efforts for the AKL Education Foundation. She’ll attend the 2016 National Conclave, participate in the Foundation Board meetings, and help our foundation launch their capital campaign.”

“Being a member of a sorority changed my life and I am honored to be able to work for both a company and a fraternity that believes in the fraternity and sorority movement. I am very excited to be working with Alpha Kappa Lambda, a fraternity that is diverse and has such strong ideals.” Laura elaborated further by saying, “AKL is a great organization with dedicated leaders and I look forward to engaging Men of Character who are making a difference all across the country while highlighting the amazing work of the Education Foundation.”

Before moving into the non-profit world, Laura worked in Minor League Baseball where she sold groups, tickets and sponsorships for a Boston Red Sox affiliate, Chicago Cubs affiliate and the Los Angeles Dodgers affiliate. Laura, who is originally from the Boston area, graduated from Fitchburg State College in 2007 with a degree in Communications. She currently resides in Lexington, Kentucky.

  • Walker & Woodbeck

    Two Chapter Services Consultants Depart Staff

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    On behalf of the of the Fraternity of Alpha Kappa Lambda headquarters staff, we would like to thank Brother Andrew Walker and Brother Adam Woodbeck for their service and dedication as Chapter Services Consultants.  The long hours of service you dedicated to this organization have made it stronger and we are thankful for the time you spent here helping develop our chapters and the men of Alpha Kappa Lambda.

    Brother Woodbeck explained, “I had a great year on the road as a Chapter Services Consultant. This year will always be something I will cherish and remember fondly. I had the opportunity to visit chapters in Michigan, Illinois, Kansas, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut, Georgia, Washington, Idaho, Colorado & Alabama. It is truly humbling to work with so many great men who want to be a part of something larger than themselves. I hope to stay in touch with many of the brothers I met on the road and wish everyone future success. Alethia Kai Logos.”

    When asked his feelings on working at the National Headquarters, Brother Walker described it as, “When I took this position two years ago, I had the expectation that I would give my all to this fraternity for the duration of my time as a consultant. I was excited and nervous, not knowing the places it would take me and the people I would befriend. Looking back, I can say I have had a truly incredible experience working for and with AKL. There were frustrating times, stressful and difficult, but more often there were fun and wonderful times. There were times that I felt as though I was making a difference by connecting with both undergrad and alumni brothers, convincing them that a fraternity is and can be more than a social club. Assisting the undergraduates on what it means to be Men of Character in Alpha Kappa Lambda. Although my time as a consultant for AKL has ended, I am instilled with the desire to continue giving my support to this fraternity that has given so much to me. ‘Affiliation Kindled For Life’ are the words that come to mind as I look back on the last two years as a consultant, and on the years to come as a continued alumnus of Alpha Kappa Lambda.”

    Thank you for giving the Fraternity of Alpha Kappa Lambda your best. We hope you enjoy success in all your future endeavors. Any questions can be directed to