James “Trey” Robb, III currently serves in a role that fulfills his desire to work directly with college students to create better and safer experience for members. Serving as Director of Member Services, Trey is responsible for the management of the undergraduate experience and oversees the Fraternity’s operations in Chapter Services, Health & Safety, Accountability, Education, Growth, and Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, & Access (DEIA).
Trey previously served the Fraternity as the Director of Health & Safety. Prior to being selected to lead DKE’s inaugural Health & Safety initiative, Trey served at both Texas Tech University and the University of Tennessee where he worked with the IFC men and oversaw all health and safety initiatives for the communities. As a Lead Facilitator for NovakTalks, Trey is a highly sought after by clients for undergraduate student, volunteer, staff, and community Health & Safety education. Trey, adamantly, believes that students have the capacity to do the work of Fraternity and that students MUST have a role if we want to make real changes within the fraternal movement.
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