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Central Office

The Chi Psi Central Office
is the national headquarters of Chi Psi, and it is housed in our newly-owned building in Nashville, Jeffrey Hall.
The Central Office acts as a contact center for undergraduates and alumni, handling matters from new member services to scheduling leadership programs. Contact the Central Office about pledge notifications, initiation processing, pledge button orders, badge orders and Chi Psi Story orders. The CO should also be contacted for educational materials, scholarship applications, alumni lists, Convention information and merchandise.
Creation of the Central Office headquarters dates back to 1913, when the Convention established the office to take on the details of administering Chi Psi Fraternity. The Central Office started in New York City, also serving as a general meeting place during World War I for Chi Psis in the service who were traveling through the area. It was moved to Madison, Wisconsin, for two years, then to a long-term home in Ann Arbor, Michigan, for 55 years, then for stops in Olympia Fields, Illinois, and Hendersonville, Tennessee. In late 2006, Chi Psi moved into its permanent home Jeffrey Hall in Nashville, Tennessee.

If you are interested in employment with the Chi Psi Central Office, please click here for information. If you are interested in becoming Summer Intern for the Central Office, please complete this application.

Central Office Staff
Executive Director: Samuel C. BesseyEta Delta `97
Associate Executive Director: Donald BeesonSigma `82, Upsilon Delta `86
Director of Education and Growth: Gabrielle Rimmaudo, Zeta Tau Alpha '12
Director of Operations: Emily DeWitt, Gamma Phi Beta '11

Director of DevelopmentStephen Habat, Beta '11

Alumni Engagement CoordinatorKyle Phillips, Pi Delta '16

Extension Coordinator: Richard Merlino, Beta '16

Development and Communications Coordinator: Jeremy Dorn

Alpha Visitor:  Drew Johnson, Gamma '17

Alpha Visitor: A.J. Hannan, Nu '18

Alpha Visitor: Nick Warrick, Gamma '16

Adjunct Staff
Historian and Editor of The Purple and Gold: Bill HattendorfAlpha Delta `69, Sigma `82, Eta `83

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