Tim Vojtasko ’85, of Washington, DC, has been elected to the Board of Directors of the North-American Interfraternity Conference, the international trade association representing 74 national and international men’s fraternities.
As a member of the nine-man board, Tim’s responsibilities include working with NIC member fraternities, other fraternal trade organizations, and the higher education community. Throughout his two-year term, he will provide direction and leadership for the conference, including oversight of the CEO and guidance related to products, impacts, benefits, and outcomes of the organization.
Tim holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from IUP, where he joined Phi Sigma Kappa in 1982. After graduation, he joined the fraternity’s staff for three years, serving as a leadership consultant, director of Member Services, and director of Expansion. Over the past 28 years, he has served as a regional and chapter advisor for chapters in the Washington, DC, area. More recently, he was elected to three four-year terms on the Phi Sigma Kappa Board of Directors, culminating in his election as grand president in 2011.
In his professional career, Tim serves as the chief human resources officer for SOS International, where he oversees all HR activities for a global work force of over 1,000 employees, including employees in such austere locations as Iraq and Afghanistan. Tim maintains a Department of Defense security clearance at the secret level and a position of public trust clearance through the FBI.
Before his current role, Tim worked in various human resources capacities at SRA International, Management Sciences for Health, SAIC, and Hewlett-Packard. He is a certified police officer and graduated from the Washington, DC, Metropolitan Police Academy in 2006. From 2002 to 2007, he served as an adjunct instructor at George Mason University, and from 2013 to 2014, he worked as a house director at the Phi Sigma Kappa house at the University of South Carolina.
“I look forward to working with Tim,” said NIC President and CEO Peter Smithhisler. “He brings a wealth of fraternity experience to the table, and I welcome his perspective.”
Founded in 1909, the NIC, through advocacy, collaboration, and education, works to ensure that fraternities can operate in an environment conducive to their success.