INDIANAPOLIS — The Alpha Kappa Psi Board of Directors recently appointed David Baboolall, David B. Greensberg, and Bailey N. Murray as regional directors. The Atlantic Metro and Northern Atlantic appointments take effect immediately. The Northern Rio Grande appointment will take effect August 6.
Atlantic Metro Regional Director
Baboolall was initiated into the Omega Psi Chapter at Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh, PA) in 2011. During his time as a student member, he served on the executive board (e-board) as historian, vice president of membership, and vice president of pledging. He also served the chapter outside of the e-board as booth chair, cabin chair and warden. In 2015, he graduated with his B.S. in Decision Science and Human-Computer Interaction. Baboolall has been active in his role as a volunteer by taking on positions of chapter advisor, regional manager , and section director. He currently works as a management consultant, and in his free time, enjoys cooking, photography, and hiking.
“I’ve been able to talk to so many students, volunteers and management team members to learn about the rich history of the Atlantic Metro Region and all of the successes that have been achieved thus far. I couldn’t ask for a better foundation for the region to evolve and thrive even more than before.”
Northern Atlantic Regional Director
Greenberg joined Alpha Kappa Psi through the Psi Rho Chapter at the University of Connecticut in 2011. During his collegiate years, he served as warden, master of rituals, and the chapter’s first vice president of brotherhood. As an alumnus, he has served in many volunteer capacities including chapter advisor, section director, task force member, and Fraternity Ritual Team member. When he isn’t giving his time to AKPsi, Greenberg can usually be found in front of a classroom teaching both Economics (college level) and Social Studies (middle and high school levels).
“I am very excited to take on this volunteer position. Jason Weinstein has left big shoes to fill as Northern Atlantic Regional Director, but I have very large feet. Working with him on the regional management team over the past few years has given me a strong sense of how great the Northern Atlantic Region is and how much greater it can become. I am lucky that I will be working with some fantastic chapters and amazing volunteers, and I look forward to helping ensure that all brothers in the region get the most out of Alpha Kappa Psi.”
Northern Rio Grande Regional Director
Murray joined Alpha Kappa Psi though the Theta Sigma Chapter at Texas State University in 2012. While at Texas State, she served her chapter as secretary, pledge trainer, vice president of membership, and president. In December 2015, she graduated with a BBA in Marketing with a Professional Sales Concentration. A bronze DSA recipient, she began volunteering her time as a regional manager for the Northern Rio Grande in 2016. She resides in the Central Texas area where she volunteers as a team leader for the annual Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Great Strides Walk. Murray currently works for Pearson Education where she is able to do what she loves every day; provide students with tools to succeed during and after their college careers.
“I’m very excited for this new position and opportunity to continue serving an organization that did so much for my professional career and personal growth.”
The regional director is a volunteer position charged with working closely with the area vice president and chapter educational resource coordinator to ensure a quality student experience through effective chapter operations. The regional director is the first line supervisor of chapter advisors and section directors in a specific geographical area.