PKP Properties Staff
GREG BUEHNER, MANAGING DIRECTOR
As Managing Director, Greg evaluates the housing needs for Pi Kappa Phi’s chapters and works to acquire competitive housing on each campus. He also is the point of contact for the Stephen P. Depalma Infrastructure Loan Fund.
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Matt Zellars, Asset Manager
Matt is responsible for providing analytical support to Pi Kappa Phi Properties by preparing, maintaining, and reporting annual budgets for all properties in the portfolio.
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“I enjoy working for Pi Kappa Phi Properties because housing brings all the chapter members under one roof, providing an exceptional fraternity experience. In my role as Asset Manager, it is fulfilling to help our leaders understand the financial responsibility of having a chapter house and help bring housing to new campuses.”
Jay Stuckel, Project Manager
As Project Manager, Jay evaluates current and future properties that are part of the Pi Kappa Phi Properties portfolio. He manages all improvement projects as well as new construction.
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“I chose to return to work at Pi Kappa Phi because of the great admiration I have for this organization. Pi Kappa Phi Properties has been an intricate part of my life for 38 years, and I have seen the impact that fraternity housing has had on the growth and maturity of young men across this country.”
Leah Craig, Relationship Manager
As Relationship Manager, Leah is responsible for liaising between the Pi Kappa Phi chapters and any outside organization that manages their housing. She provides support in navigating the details of contracts with universities, alumni housing corporations, and landlords.
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“For many students, living together in fraternity housing is central to developing a sense of brotherhood. I love working with Pi Kappa Phi Properties to ensure that their housing experience is one that enhances their overall fraternity experience.”