CARMEL, Indiana — Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity is excited to welcome two new directors to the ZBT International Headquarters leadership team. Brother Ryan P. Woloshin, Phi Epsilon 2013, is serving as Director of Chapter Support & Accountability, and Kristin Fouts has joined the team as Director of Education and Leadership Development.
“Zeta Beta Tau is positioned for great success with the support of these passionate, values-driven professionals,” said Chief Executive Officer Libby Anderson, CAE. “I couldn’t be more excited to have leaders of this skill and knowledge level join the Fraternity staff. Ryan will be an asset to brothers across the U.S. and Kristin will expand what ZBT offers at all levels.”
The addition of these two will move the Fraternity forward as we head into 2024. Both will serve as Chapter Coaches and their contact information is below.
Ryan P. Woloshin, Phi Epsilon 2013
Brother Woloshin is a career nonprofit professional whose passion lies in helping to build Jewish identity and leaders. Brother Woloshin has a master’s degree from the Hornstein Jewish Professional Leadership Program at Brandeis University, where he focused his research on American Antisemitism and Jewish Identity. Ryan brings experiences from working for the Anti-Defamation League, BBYO and University of Arizona. He served ZBT as a Chapter Advisor after graduating and has been an international volunteer and speaker on heritage, Jewish community and antisemitism prevention topics for the Fraternity.
For ZBT, Ryan’s job as Director of Chapter Support & Accountability is to lead the Fraternity’s exceptional servicing of undergraduate chapters and management of policy compliance. Tactically, this means Brother Woloshin is in charge of chapter support and resources, like the Chapter Coach structure, scheduling and leading campus visits and programs, brotherhood development through THE JOURNEY and risk prevention.
He can be reached at email@example.com or 317-334-1898. He is based out of the Detroit area.
Kristin is a veteran interfraternal educator, working for several years at the North American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) and then leading the Membership Experience team at Delta Sigma Phi Headquarters between 2017-2023. She earned a bachelor’s degree from Monmouth College and a master’s degree from Illinois State University. While at Monmouth, she joined Kappa Kappa Gamma, which sparked her passion for fraternity/sorority life. Between 2005-2011, Kristin served as the fraternity and sorority life advisor at Wichita State University and Western Michigan University before moving to the Indianapolis area.
As ZBT’s Director of Education and Leadership Development, Kristin will generate all educational opportunities, write curriculum and plan programs like the James E. Greer, Jr. Presidents’ Leadership Academy. Specific projects and areas with which Kristin is charged include Standards of Excellence accreditation, leadership education, modules and resources in myZBT and volunteer and facilitator training.
She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-334-1898. She is based out of the ZBT International Headquarters office in Indianapolis.
Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity was founded in 1898 in New York City as the world’s first Jewish fraternity, ZBT is a Brotherhood of Kappa Nu, Phi Alpha, Phi Sigma Delta, Phi Epsilon Pi and Zeta Beta Tau. ZBT is represented on more than 75 campuses across North America and has initiated 140,000 brothers.