Staff departures are always bittersweet. On the one hand, we’re happy that a beloved member of our IHQ team is embarking on an exciting new chapter in their life. On the other hand, every member of Zeta Psi’s staff holds with them a unique passion for their work – something that is always missed when people move on.
After years of service, IHQ staff will be saying goodbye to two individuals who have been invaluable to the success of our Regional Education Consultant program: Bill Weisenhorn (Delta Chi, ’16) and Dom LoPiccolo (Phi Epsilon, ’18). Thank you, Bill and Dom!
Bill joined IHQ staff back in the summer of 2016, just as Zeta Psi was redeveloping its Regional Education Consultant program. Being at the forefront of this program, Bill was integral in shaping its trajectory throughout his four years working with Zeta Psi. His role at IHQ eventually expanded as the Senior Regional Education Consultant, completely overseeing the accreditation reporting system and leading a number of Zeta Psi’s educational initiatives including OneLove collaboration, leadership training services, and several volunteer committees. In total, Bill visited and worked firsthand with 32 chapters throughout Canada and the United States during his four years on staff, though he ultimately worked with all of our chapters in a less direct capacity.
Building upon his passion for higher education, Bill will be pursuing his Masters in Higher Education at Virginia Tech. While studying, he will be working as a Graduate Assistant at Virginia Tech’s Greek Life office.
Since 2018, Dom has been working with Zeta Psi’s IHQ staff as a Regional Education consultant. Like Bill, Dom has played a crucial role in a number of Fraternity and Foundation initiatives over the past two years. Throughout his time on staff, Dom personally worked with 19 chapters throughout the United States and Canada.
“Having the opportunity to work with the chapters during their struggles and celebrate during their successes was very rewarding for me, and the reason why I took the job in the first place. The travel experience post-college is something that I will always remember, and the relationships I’ve made along the way have made it all worth it. I’m looking forward to emerging from this experience as a better leader, team player, and a more patient man. The next chapter of my life may be starting today, but I will always be proud to call myself a Zete, and I anticipate the coming conventions and Zete events with much excitement.”
Post Zeta Psi, Dom will be studying to become a certified financial advisor, and will pursue a career in financial advising in the Washington D.C. area.