The Delta Sigma Pi Professional Fraternity, by Ryan Hoadley

As a student at the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, Ryan Hoadley acquired a Bachelor of Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance and Accounting. A noteworthy student, Hoadley graduated with high distinction and university honors. Furthermore, Ryan Hoadley received admittance into the professional fraternity Delta Sigma Pi and spent time as President of his school’s Xi Chapter.

Founded in 1907 at New York University, Delta Sigma Pi currently boasts more than 300 collegiate and alumni chapters consisting of over 220,000 individuals. Focused on business education, the organization promotes improved academics in the field, professional opportunities for students, and a renewed interest in business ethics. Along with typical networking events, Delta Sigma Pi also features a strong online presence, thus allowing members to connect with other inductees from anywhere in the world.

The Delta Sigma Pi Leadership Foundation represents one way in which the professional fraternity accomplishes its goals. This subgroup offers scholarships, training, and development opportunities to pupils, and it runs several conferences each year.