Hultz Reelected as Foundation President & Chair

Oct 16, 2020 – The Board of Trustees of the Delta Sigma Pi Leadership Foundation reelected Past Grand President Randy Hultz to a second term as President & Chair.

The election took place during the Foundation’s Annual Meeting in September.

A Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, Hultz served as Delta Sigma Pi's Grand President from 1993 to 1997. In addition to his service as Grand President, Hultz served on the Fraternity’s Board of Directors for 18 years as Regional Director, Provincial Vice President, National Vice President for Alumni Benefits and Services, and Immediate Past Grand President.

Hultz has played an instrumental role with the Foundation. He served as the Foundation Chair from 2006 to 2007 and served as Vice Chair for five years. Hultz sat on the Board of Trustees for a total of 14 years and was named a Trustee Emeritus in 2009. In addition to his volunteer leadership, Hultz is a member of the Deltasig Investors Roundtable, Trustee Society, 10K Club and 2007 Centennial Society and has achieved the lifetime giving level of Centurion. He established the Hultz Leadership Fund in 2001 and later co-founded the Iota Nu (Truman State) Chapter Scholarship Fund.

“Randy’s business experience will be invaluable in executing the vision and strategy for the Foundation going forward,” said Executive Vice President Tyler Wash. “I am looking forward to working with him for a second year as President & Chair. I am excited about his forward looking vision for our organization.”

Professionally, Hultz serves as Sr. Director, Strategy & Transformation with SilkRoad Technology, a multinational human capital management software company. He is based in St. Louis.

“Last year was a record breaking year for the Foundation and I am most excited to continue the transformative efforts underway in order to take the Foundation to the next level,” said Hultz. “I am looking forward to working with Trustees, staff and other volunteers to improve engagement, outreach and donor support.”

Hultz will serve as President & Chair until the Foundation’s 2021 Annual Meeting scheduled to take place in advance of the Fraternity’s Grand Chapter Congress in Cleveland, Ohio.

For more information about the Foundation’s volunteer leadership, please contact Executive Vice President Tyler Wash at

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