What good is a mission and vision without people to see them through? Our volunteer board of directors provides direction for the Fraternity.

The executive and administrative authority of the Fraternity is vested in the Board of Directors. This volunteer board of members manages the affairs of the Fraternity. Eleven alumni members are elected by the Assembly of Trustees, while two undergraduate members are elected by the Undergraduate Convention.

For Board of Directors' contact information, please call Delta Upsilon International Fraternity Headquarters at 317.875.8900 or email Undergraduate Directors can be reached at

Applications for Undergraduate Director positions for 2022-2023 are due July 8. Any undergraduate in good standing is eligible for election and should have the availability to attend all Board meetings (both virtual and in-person). Of qualified applicants, no more than five will be selected to deliver a two-minute speech to the Undergraduate Convention during the Leadership Institute, which will elect the two Undergraduate Directors.

Apply to be an Undergraduate Director

Thomas F. Durein

Thomas F. Durein, Oregon State '92



Tom Durein was elected as Delta Upsilon’s 42nd International Fraternity President during the Leadership Institute’s Assembly of Trustees on July 28, 2018. Brother Durein served on the DU Educational Foundation’s Board of Trustees from 1998-2015 before transitioning to the Fraternity’s Board of Directors in 2015. He is a former Greek Advisor for the University of California, and a past IHQ staff member having served in a variety of expansion, member development and Foundation roles. Today, Tom is a Vice President of Account Management for NetJets, Inc., and lives in San Francisco.

Robert S. Lannin

Robert S. Lannin, Nebraska '81



Brother Lannin is a partner at Baylor Evnen in Lincoln, Nebraska, specializing in defense litigation. He received both B.A. and J.D. degrees at the University of Nebraska. He became Chairman of the Board in August 2017.

James Bell

James Bell, Calgary '94

Vice Chairman


Brother Bell is the General Manager of Integrated Global Services for Long View Systems in Calgary, Alberta. He has worked in the IT industry for over 20 years, is a former Undergraduate Board member and spent two years working for Delta Upsilon in 1994 and 1995. When he is not working, Brother Bell enjoys traveling, cooking, exploring new cultures and collecting wine.

Aaron Clevenger

Aaron Clevenger, Central Florida '97



Brother Clevenger serves as Dean of International Programs at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Before heading up the Daytona Beach Campus' International Programs Division, he spent four years in the Office of Undergraduate Research, five years working in Embry-Riddle Student Affairs as the Director of Student Activities, and three years as the fraternity and sorority advisor. Clevenger received his doctorate in Higher Education and Organizational Change from Benedictine University and his Masters in Student Affairs from the University of Central Florida. Clevenger is a former staff member of both the Educational Foundation and the International Fraternity, and he has held numerous colony, chapter, alumni chapter, and international volunteer positions since joining DU in 1992.

David P. Whitman

David P. Whitman, Indiana '75



Brother Whitman is a retired partner of 26 years with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. He served as a member of the Indiana Chapter's House Corporation Board throughout the 1980s into the mid-1990s. Whitman is a current board member of the Gringold Fund, and serves on the Audit Committee of the Central Indiana Council of the Boy Scouts of America. He and his wife live in Indianapolis. They have two sons.

Timothy C. Dowd

Timothy C. Dowd, Oklahoma '75

Alumni Director


Brother Dowd is an attorney with Elias, Books, Brown and Nelson, in Oklahoma City, where his primary area of practice is oil and gas law. He is a frequent speaker and writer on oil and gas legal topics. While he was president of the Oklahoma Delta Upsilon Corporation, the chapter acquired its new chapter house. Dowd is chairman of the Fraternity's Judicial Committee.

Derrick Collins

Derrick Collins, Carthage '05

Alumni Director


Brother Collins has over a decade of experience in higher education fundraising and is currently a major gifts officer in the School of Medicine at the University of Virginia. He previously worked in college admissions and student affairs. Derrick is a former president of the Carthage Chapter Alumni Association and a longtime volunteer with the International Fraternity, including as a Province Governor and a Presidents Academy facilitator. He earned a BA in Management and Marketing at Carthage and an MBA from the Greehey School of Business at St. Mary's University in San Antonio. Derrick resides in Charlottesville, VA with his family.

Drew Dunham

Drew Dunham, San Jose '86

Alumni Director


Dr. Dunham is starting his 10th year as Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Registrar and 25th year at Albion College in Albion, Michigan. During his time at Albion, he has also served as the Greek Advisor, Director of Campus Programs and Organizations, Associate Dean of Students, and Associate Dean of the First-Year Experience. He received bachelor’s and master’s degrees in music and also earned his Ph.D. in college student personnel administration from the University of Northern Colorado. After graduating from San Jose State, he worked for DU as a Leadership Consultant and Director of Chapter Services until 1989. Drew teaches courses on community action, involvement and engagement, as well as music courses and first-year experience seminars at Albion College. As a musician and conductor, he performs regularly with musical ensembles around the region.

Brad John

Brad John, Iowa '96

Alumni Director


Brother John has been in the insurance industry for 20 years and is the Head Of Life Sciences for The Hartford insurance. He served on the Delta Upsilon International Fraternity staff from 1996-1999. He has been a chapter advisor for both the Iowa and Lafayette chapters. He received his BA from the University of Iowa. Brad currently resides with his wife and three daughters in Easton, Pennsylvania.

Andrew Martin

Andrew Martin, Washington State '05

Alumni Director


Brother Martin joined the International Fraternity Board of Directors in 2021. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, History and Pre-Law from Washington State University, as well as a Masters of Business Administration, Entrepreneurship and Customer Experience from Miami University (Ohio). Andrew serves as General Manager and Portfolio Leader for PwC’s Workforce Experience Products, where he drives all aspects of the portfolio including; product strategy, build, operations, sales, marketing, and channel development.

Dustin Roberts

Dustin Roberts, Bradley ’03

Alumni Director


Brother Roberts has worked in the financial services industry for over a decade, specializing in workplace retirement programs, and is currently Vice President and Consultant at Innovest Portfolio Solutions. He served as a member of the Delta Upsilon International Fraternity staff from 2003-2005 and is a former member of the Bradley Chapter Alumni Corporation Board. Dustin earned a bachelor’s from Bradley University and an MBA from Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado-Boulder. He and his family currently reside in Denver.

Jordan McGinty

Jordan McGinty, Louisville '22

Undergraduate Director


Brother McGinty was elected as an Undergraduate Director for the 2021-2022 academic year during the 2021 Leadership Institute. He is a current senior at the University of Louisville studying Political Science and Criminal Justice with minors in History and Forensic Anthropology. Jordan has served as the Louisville Chapter Vice President of Recruitment for three terms. On campus, he has served as the Executive Director for a branch of Student Government, President of the Commuter Student Council, on the Louisville Strategic Plan Committee, and has several other leadership roles in eight other organizations. In the community, Jordan serves on the Board of Directors for two charitable nonprofits.

Parker Vulgamore

Parker Vulgamore, Kansas State '23

Undergraduate Director


Brother Vulgamore was elected as an Undergraduate Director for the 2021-2022 academic year during the 2021 Leadership Institute. He is currently a junior at Kansas State University studying Agricultural Economics/Pre-Law. Parker has served his DU chapter as President, VP of Alumni Relations, and as a member of various committees. On campus, he has been actively involved as a Senator and Caucus Leader in the Student Governing Association, as a Pre-Law ambassador, and a College of Ag student council officer. Parker enjoys every second of his free time hanging out with his brothers, cheering on the Cats at K-State gamedays, and flying airplanes.