Announcing New Regional Director Appointment

INDIANAPOLIS — The Alpha Kappa Psi Board of Directors recently appointed Jamie fuller as regional director of the Carolina Coastal region. The appointment will take effect immediately. 

Carolina Coastal Regional Director

James A. Fuller III, Clemson ’08 – Life

Jamie was initiated into Alpha Kappa Psi through the Omega Upsilon Chapter at Clemson University in the Spring of 2008. He received his B.S. degree in Civil Engineering from Clemson in 2011, and his M.S. degree in Civil Engineering from Kansas State University in 2015. While in Omega Upsilon, he served as the VP of Membership and Chapter President. As an alumni brother, Jamie has served in many volunteer capacities including Chapter Advisor, Regional Manager, Section Director, and on the PEP Taskforce. He is also a recipient of the Silver Distinguished Service award (First Degree).  Jamie is a licensed Professional Engineer with the Virginia Department of Transportation and works as a Traffic Design Engineer in Richmond, Virginia. He is also a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., and enjoys traveling, playing tennis, working out, music, NCAA sports, serving his community, and is an a avid roller coaster enthusiast. 


“I am truly honored and excited to take on the role of Regional Director. I look forward to working with all of the amazing volunteers on the Regional Management Team as we work to give the student brothers of the Carolina Coastal Region the best student experience possible!” 


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.

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