When it comes to the dedication to the student body and Greek Life of Piedmont College, there is one man that comes to mind, and his name is Zac Moore.
“What really inspires me day to day is seeing the students that I work with succeed, both in their small- and large-scale victories. Helping others achieve their goals is what keeps me going.”
From being the advisor of the Campus Activities Board, Greek Life, and his most recent role as Advisor of Student Organizations, Zac Moore has always taken pride in the advancement of success in others’ lives. “From serving on an abundance of different committees, I try and give back as much as I can and try to get involved.”
With the addition of Greek Life at Piedmont College in fall 2018, Zac Moore has found inspiration in shaping the program at Piedmont. He wanted to share with others the “life-changing experience” he had with Greek Life after he joined a fraternity the first semester of his freshman year at Austin Peay State University.” I was just talking to someone about how to combat homesickness because that seems to be a thing that we face here at Piedmont. It made me think about the time when I first met my future fraternity brothers and how welcoming they were to me, and I felt right at home due to the bond that we shared,” said Moore.
As a member of Alpha Sigma Phi, junior sports communication major Christian Castro said Moore has been invaluable to Greeks at Piedmont. “Zac is always more than willing to help us out in the fraternity. Whenever we have any questions about anything Greek, whether it be financial, coming up with events or anything, he is always more than willing to help us out.”
As a new fraternity on campus, Castro said Alpha Sigma Phi needs all the help it can get. Moore holds that fraternity, in particular, close to his heart. As a member of Phi Gamma Delta at Austin Peay State, Moore said he felt a calling throughout his college career to work in student affairs. Getting involved with students and helping them become active and build their legacy on campus was something that he knew that he wanted to do ever since the day he became involved in Greek Life.
In addition to running Greek Life, Moore also works with all students to help plan activities on campus. His efforts have not gone unnoticed by students.
“Campus Activities Board always does such a great job putting on events,” said junior criminal justice major Noah Wood, “You can see how much effort goes into each one of these events and to know that they are making the campus life better is always good to see.” When asked about some events that CAB has helped put on Moore said, “We helped organize Piedmont’s first-ever PRIDE walk this past fall, which was an event for the LGBTQ community here on campus and it was a big success especially for the first one we have ever done.”
When it comes to events and campus life, Moore wants nothing but the best for the students of Piedmont, whether it be through campus activities or Greek Life, the success of students is what motivates him daily.
Noah Wood – firstname.lastname@example.org
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