INDIANAPOLIS (May 3, 2016) — Three members were appointed to the Fraternity Board of Directors, which resulted from an election process among the Chaper Congress. Their three year term will commence August 2016.
| Dan L. Stubblefield,
Middle Tennessee ’89-Life
|Dan has held the position of Corporate Controller for Pinnacle Financial Partners, an $8.5 billion bank holding company, since March 2003. Headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, Pinnacle primarily focuses its efforts in all four of the large urban markets in Tennessee – Nashville, Knoxville, Chattanooga, and Memphis. Pinnacle’s strategy is to provide superior service and advice to small and medium sized businesses, Commercial and Commercial Real Estate sectors, and the affluent, wealth management retail sector. As a member of the firm’s Leadership Team, Dan’s primary areas of responsibility include Asset/Liability Management, Strategic Planning, Corporate Budgeting, Corporate Forecasting, and the firm’s Investment Portfolio.
In 1989, Dan was initiated into the fraternity by the Zeta Psi Chapter at Middle Tennessee State University where he received a BS degree in Accounting. As a volunteer, he has held various positions such as chapter advisor, section director, regional director, and fraternity president. Dan has received the Chairman’s Award and the Silver Distinguished Service Awards First and Second degree.
He is married to Barbara and has one daughter Elizabeth and together they live in Brentwood, Tennessee. Dan enjoys traveling, golf, and the outdoors and is an avid cyclist, hiker, and racquetball player.
|Dr. William Callarman,
West Texas ‘62-Life
|Dr. Callarman (aka Dr. C) joined the fraternity in 1962 at West Texas State University (WTSU, now West Texas A&M University) and, through ROTC, was commissioned as a 2nd Lt in the United States Army. He received an educational deferment from the military to pursue his MBA and Ph.D. at Arizona State University. Following the Ph.D. program Dr. C served 18 months on active duty exiting as a Captain. He immediately joined the faculty at Florida Technological University (now the University of Central Florida in January, 1972).
In 1992, Dr. C became the Faculty Advisor for Nu Chi chapter (a position he still holds even though he officially retired in 2005 – designated an Associate Professor Emeritus). Prior to his election to the Board of Directors, Dr. C served as Central Florida Sectional Director for two years. His father, who was Dean of the School of Business at WTSU, and his youngest brother Tom, who is on the faculty at the China European International Business School in Shanghai, are also Alpha Kappa Psi. Dr. C was awarded the Silver Distinguished Award – Second Degree in 2009.
His daughter and two granddaughters live in Myrtle Beach, SC and his son lives in the Orlando area.In addition to AKPsi, Dr. C serves on two other boards, coaches two youth soccer teams, is a youth counselor for the middle and high school youth of his church, and is an avid reader of at least two novels a week.
| Eileen L. Howell,
|Eileen is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, holding a Master in Tax. Eileen is the Director of Tax at Powell Industries Inc., an international electrical power equipment manufacturer headquartered in Houston, Texas. Prior to that, she spent six years with Paradigm, an international oil and gas software company starting as the VP of Tax and moving into the CFO position. Eileen spent the major part of her career, over 22 years, with Schlumberger, an international oilfield service company, holding numerous tax positions in the US, Singapore and the UK. She began her tax career in Milwaukee at Arthur Young and Company.
She joined Alpha Kappa Psi’s Delta Phi chapter at UWM in 1978 and eventually became it first female chapter president. She joined the AKY Foundation Board in 1987 where she became its first female president. Eileen was elected to the Fraternity Board of Directors in 2001 and served as Chairman of the Board during 2005 and 2006. She is a proud recipient of the Silver Distinguished Service Award and the Gold Distinguished Services Award, the highest honor bestowed on a member by the Fraternity.
Eileen currently resides in Missouri City, Texas with her husband. She is a fan of golf, college football but most of all, JJ Watt.
The Fraternity Board of Directors is composed of nine alumni members elected by the delegates from all chapters for terms of three years. The board then elects its officers who are the chairman, vice chairman, treasurer and secretary. The responsibility of the board of directors is to set policies and procedures that will guide the fraternity into the future. It acts as the supreme governing body of the fraternity between meetings of the Chapter Congress.