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July 2014


Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity announced today the hiring of three new Advancement Officers to work on behalf of the Alpha Sigma Phi Foundation. Steve Dutton, Scott Woodfill, and West Honeycutt will join Headquarters staff in July.

Since its founding in 1945, the Alpha Sigma Phi Foundation strives to provide opportunities for all members of Alpha Sigma Phi to support the organization throughout and after their undergraduate years. In the last twenty years, the Foundation has had many successes, which include developing a larger donor database, implementing new fundraising tactics, and at one point, maintaining the largest unrestricted endowment per member in the Fraternal world. With the addition of Dutton, Woodfill, and Honeycutt, there will be expanded opportunity for the Foundation to impact Fraternity members.

Steve Dutton, Bowling Green ’04, has held positions at Lehigh University and Western Carolina University working with undergraduate leadership programming since 2009. He received his Masters in College Student Affairs Administration at the University of Georgia. His previous experience with the Fraternity includes serving as a facilitator during Academy of Leadership, Chapter Advance, and Phoenix Rising. In 2011, Dutton served as the Grand Chapter Advisor for the Zeta Theta Chapter at UNC – Asheville.

Scott Woodfill, Grand Valley ’08, has served the Fringe Wesleyan Church as the Director of West Michigan Ministries since 2011. He has also held positions within the West Ottawa Public Schools district since 2013. He serves as President of the Delta Phi Housing Corporation and interned with the Foundation in 2010.

West Honeycutt, Alabama ’11, joins the Fraternity staff after three years working in the communications and marketing field. His previous positions include Communications Executive at Public Strategy Associates, and he has over ten years of design experience. Since 2012, Honeycutt has served as Treasurer for the Alpha Iota Housing Corporation.

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