Acacia Fraternity Headquarters is excited to announce the addition of Nicholas M. Montanari, Washington State ’08, to the full-time Headquarters staff as our newest Leadership Consultant. Brother Montanari joins us after a distinguished undergraduate career at Washington State University where he was instrumental in Acacia’s re-colonization and chartering in 2012 and was decorated by the university for his Human Service efforts. As an active member, Nick served his chapter as Venerable Dean, Senior Dean, Junior Dean, Treasurer, and Recruitment Chair. Nick also served Acacia outside of his home chapter by contributing to recruitment efforts at our Michigan Colony. Not only has Brother Montanari been dedicated to Acacia, but to his community, as well, completing over 1,200 hours of community service and earning WSU's Big Ten Senior Award and the MLK Distinguished Service Award.
Acacia has recognized Brother Montanari’s achievements with the 2012 Roy C. Clark Award, the Order of Pythagoras Award, and two Acacia Fraternity Foundation scholarships -- the Emma C. Allen Memorial Scholarship and Lester N. Leibel Cornerstones Scholarship.
Brother Montanari is originally from Edmonds, WA and graduated from WSU in December 2012 with a B.S. in Psychology. Embarking on his next journey as an Acacia leader, Nick intends to use his experience to help Acacia colonies successfully reach chartering and to assist all Acacia chapters in providing their members with a fine fraternal opportunity.