Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity staffs a framework of brothers and supporters who work on behalf of the Fraternity to help build a better ZBT. Several of these staffers travel, year-round, to represent the Fraternity around the world.
New to the ZBT International Headquarters Staff:
- Brian A. Hoffman, Sigma (Tulane University) ’09, Director of Organizational Growth
- Nina Bader, Coordinator of Membership and Accounting
- Patrick M. Gleason, Director of Alumni Engagement
- Tyler (TJ) J. Klopfstein, Nu (The Ohio State University) ’15, Chapter Development Consultant
- Adam (AJ) J. Roshfeld, Eta Sigma (Elon University) ’16, Chapter Development Consultant
- Evan C. Skloot, Eta Sigma (Elon University) ’16, Chapter Development Consultant
Brian A. Hoffman
Director of Organizational Growth
Brother Hoffman is a 2009 graduate from the Sigma Chapter at Tulane University. After receiving his degree he worked for ZBT International Headquarters as a Consultant and then serving for two years as the Director of Chapter Affairs.
After concluding those roles with ZBT, Hoffman pursued his master’s degree in Higher Education at Florida State University. After graduating from Florida State, he worked for the past two years as the Coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Life at the University of Tampa. In his free time, he enjoys traveling, spending time with family and friends, going to concerts and seeing movies.
“ZBT has much to offer current and future brothers as well as campus communities, and I look forward to working with our staff to bring the ZBT message and experience to as many people as possible. It’s great to be a ZBT.”
Contact Brother Hoffman for assistance with current and future expansion projects, marketing and recruitment material review, marketing and recruitment strategy training and recruitment referrals. Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coordinator of Membership and Accounting
As Coordinator of Membership and Accounting, Nina Bader’s duties include chapter and officer roster management, OmegaFi and myZBT queries, billing and ritual kit distribution. She is a native of Boca Raton, now living in Indianapolis. Contact Nina at email@example.com.
Patrick M. Gleason
Director of Alumni Engagement
Patrick (Pat) M. Gleason will be a critical part of the future success of the ZBT alumni experience. Contact him for questions about alumni events, networking, volunteer opportunities and other areas related to alumni engagement.
Gleason is a member of Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity. During his time as an undergraduate, he held several officer positions including two terms as President of the University of Maine Chapter of TKE. After graduating, he continued to volunteer for TKE while working in the document management and information technology field in New York City. Pat comes to ZBT after having spent several years on TKE’s Professional Staff. While working for TKE, he served as their Director of Compliance and Housing, Chief Risk Officer, and most recently as the Interim Chief Operating Officer.
He is a theater and movie buff who enjoys cooking, volunteering and spending time with his wife, Becky, and dog, Pretzel. He is also an actively involved member of the Freemasons, as well as Shriners International.
He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chapter Development Consultants
The Fraternity also will benefit from the leadership of three Chapter Development Consultants, who are now on the road visiting chapters and colonies and meeting with brothers. They can assist with chapter operations and recruitment, brotherhood development, officer training and transition and other aspects of day-to-day chapter operations.
Tyler (TJ) J. Klopfstein
Chapter Development Consultant
Brother Klopfstein is from Dayton, Ohio, and joined the Nu Chapter in 2012. He had the opportunity to serve as Brotherhood Development Director, Provost and Ritual Chairman. He also spent four years entertaining and helping the community of Columbus, Ohio, through a service-based theater group on campus.
“When I graduated from Ohio State, I didn’t think I would really stay all that connected to ZBT nationally. Little did I know I’d be traveling the southeast meeting some of my brothers and experiencing their passion and dedication. ZBT truly is a brotherhood for a lifetime.”
Brother Klopfstein spends most of his free time hiking, playing board games and checking out local theaters and art galleries. Email him at email@example.com.
Adam (AJ) J. Roshfeld
Chapter Development Consultant
Brother Roshfeld lived in Potomac, Maryland, just outside of Washington, D.C., from the time he was born, until the day he left for college. He became a Founding Father of the Eta Sigma Chapter in February 2013. He held many leadership roles over his time there including Internal Vice President, Internal Relations Chairman, Standards Board member, and Community Service Chairman. In his free time, Brother Roshfeld enjoys hanging out with friends, going to the beach, and a good Mark Wahlberg movie.
“Working for Zeta Beta Tau these past few months has been one of the most rewarding experiences I have had. Being able to wake up every day and work for and towards something that impacted me so much during my important college years is amazing. ZBT can and does help form young men into respectable gentlemen, and it is a pleasure to meet and work with these brothers all over the country.”
Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Evan C. Skloot
Chapter Development Consultant
Brother Skloot grew up in Armonk, New York, and became a Founding Father of the Eta Sigma Chapter at Elon University in February 2013. He served in numerous leadership roles, including President, Recruitment Chairman, Provost, Community Service Chairman, Public Relations Chairman and IFC Delegate. He was also very active in New Student Orientation and Admissions at Elon, adding to his already impactful undergraduate experience through ZBT.
In his free time, he enjoys traveling, hiking, spending time with friends and family, and New York Knicks basketball.
“After the powerful impact that my brothers at Eta Sigma had on each other as an undergraduate, working for ZBT has allowed me to broaden that impact to helping brothers from chapters all across the country get the most out of their fraternity and collegiate experience. There is nothing more satisfying than seeing a brother who has a passion for improving his chapter, and having a conversation that helps spark an idea which gets him closer to achieving his goals,” he said. “Everyone I have met in my travels has reinforced my ZBT pride and my belief that brotherhood is truly not limited to one chapter, one region, or one generation. Working for ZBT is one way to serve the brotherhood, and I highly recommend that all brothers utilize staff to find the best way for them to give back.”
Email him at email@example.com.
Interested in joining the ZBT International Headquarters staff? ZBT is looking to hire recent graduates for both immediate and future openings. Email Executive Director Laurence A. Bolotin, M.Ed., CAE, Alpha Zeta (University of Florida) ’01, for more information firstname.lastname@example.org.