Archon President

Clark Robertson (Nebraska 1982)

Brother Robertson was elected Archon President by the 170th Ekklesia in Dallas in July 2018. Clark was elected Archon Councilor in 2014, at the 166th Ekklesia in Indianapolis, and Archon Vice President in 2016, at the 168th Ekklesia in Boston. He has served Phi Gamma Delta as a Field Secretary, as Chairman of the BCA at Colorado School of Mines, and on the BCA and House Corporation at the University of Denver. From 2003 to 2008 he served the Fraternity in an appointed officer position as Director of Housing. He is the Chief Operating Officer for the Port of Corpus Christi, Texas, and a longtime executive within the commercial real estate industry. His volunteer activities have included service on the board of directors of Leadership Jacksonville (Florida), including the position of President-Elect. Clark and his wife, Suzanne, maintain their permanent residence in Jacksonville, Florida, and have a son and a daughter. He is the son of Fiji sire R. Kenneth Robertson (Nebraska 1951), and his daughter is a proud member of Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority.

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Archon Vice President

Jim Link (Ohio Wesleyan1982)

Brother Link was elected Archon Vice President by the 170th Ekklesia in Dallas in July 2018, having served as Archon Councilor since 2016. He is the founder of Idea-Link, Inc., an innovation consulting firm based in Minneapolis/St. Paul, and is a nationally known author and speaker on innovation, marketing and creativity. During his undergraduate years, he served as Chapter President at Theta Deuteron Chapter at Ohio Wesleyan University, where he was named a Section Finalist for the Wilkinson Award. After graduation, Jim served as Purple Legionnaire and BCA member for the Western Michigan Chapter. More recently, he led the development of Phi Gam’s “Building Courageous Leaders” initiative. He is active on numerous volunteer boards and committees, including those fighting childhood obesity and the stigma of depression. Jim and his wife, Janet, reside in Stillwater, Minnesota, and have two sons and a daughter. He is the brother of Dr. Jeffery Link (Ohio Wesleyan 1974).

Archon Treasurer

Nic Loiacono (Illinois 1974)

Brother Loiacono was elected Archon Treasurer by the 168th Ekklesia in August 2016.  As an undergraduate, Nic served as President and Treasurer of the Chi Iota Chapter. He has also served the Fraternity as a member of the house corporation at both the University of Illinois (1978-1980) and, recently, at the University of Kentucky. In addition, he has spent time as a member of the Board of Chapter Advisors in the early days of the Cal State-Northridge chapter and was part of the group of brothers who led the capital campaign resulting in the acquisition in 2015 of a permanent house for the Illinois chapter. From 2011 - 2016, Nic was a member of the Fraternity’s Financial Advisory Board. Following his graduation from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, he began a career in corporate finance for companies such as American Hospital Supply, Baxter Healthcare, and McKesson Corporation. Nic and his wife Christine, a member of Chi Omega, reside in Lexington, Kentucky.

Archon Secretary

Josh Holly (Tennessee 1997)

Brother Holly was elected Archon Secretary by the 170th Ekklesia in Dallas in July 2018, previously serving as Archon Councilor from 2016-2018. He has served the Fraternity as a Field Secretary, as a board member of the National Capital Fijis Graduate Chapter, and from 2005 to 2016 in the appointed officer role of Public Relations Director, advising the Archons, staff and chapters on public and media relations. Josh is President and Founder of Holly Strategies, an independent public affairs firm in Washington, DC. He previously was a Principal at the Podesta Group and Communications Director for the Armed Services Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives. Josh and his wife, Kelly, live in Arlington, Virginia, and are the parents of two sons.

Archon Councilor

Ed Gabe (Hanover 1990)

Brother Gabe was elected Archon Councilor by the 170th Ekklesia in Dallas in July 2018. Ed most recently served the Fraternity as Ritualist from 2004 to 2017. Other volunteer roles for the Fraternity have included Purple Legionnaire, Section Chief and Board of Chapter Advisors. Upon his graduation in 1990, he served on the headquarters staff as a Field Secretary and subsequently as Director of Redevelopment, Director of Chapter Services, Director of Communications and Editor. Ed is the owner of Ed Gabe Photography LLC, specializing in commercial and residential real estate, remodeling and architecture. Ed and his wife, Shannan, reside in Lexington, Kentucky. They are involved extensively in mission trips with Crossroads Christian Church. Ed also volunteers with the Lexington Rescue Mission, Lighthouse Ministries and Church Under the Bridge. 

Archon Councilor

Bill Hunnicutt (Texas Arlington 1981)

Brother Hunnicutt was elected Archon Councilor by the 170th Ekklesia in Dallas in July 2018. Bill served the Fraternity as a Section Chief for eight years, first in North Carolina (2010-15) and then in Texas (2015-18). In 2015, he received the Haynes Award as Phi Gamma Delta’s most outstanding Chief. He was appointed to the Section Chief Executive Committee in 2014 and was chairman of the SCEC from 2016-18. Bill is Vice President of International Logistics for Sintex Logistics LLC, having worked in sales and marketing within the polymers/plastic industry for more than 30 years. He has been involved as a Scouting volunteer for over 20 years. Bill and his wife, Nancy, a member of Phi Mu Sorority, reside in Little Elm, Texas. 

Archon Councilor

Tom Waldon (Iowa State 1979)

Brother Waldon was elected Archon Councilor by the 170th Ekklesia in Dallas in July 2018. As an undergraduate, Tom served as President of the Alpha Iota Chapter and competed on the Iowa State wrestling team, earning Big Eight Conference and All-American honors. As a graduate, he has served on the Board of Chapter Advisors and as a Pig Dinner speaker at Iowa State. Professionally, Tom has had a long and successful career with 3M, leading large, complex manufacturing operations within the Fortune 100 company. As a volunteer, he has been involved with the Boy Scouts and as a mentor. Tom and his wife, Melanie, a member of Alpha Phi Sorority, reside in Roberts, Wisconsin. 

Archon Councilor

Lucas Abbott (Minnesota 2019)

Brother Abbott was elected Archon Councilor by the 170th Ekklesia in Dallas in July 2018. A chemical engineering major, Lucas served as President of the Mu Sigma Chapter in 2017 and has lead chapter committees on member development, graduate relations and academics. In addition to the 2018 Ekklesia, he attended the Fiji Academy in 2017. Lucas represented Phi Gamma Delta as a student lobbyist on Capitol Hill in spring 2017, served on the Alcohol-Free Housing Exemption Review Committee in 2018, and currently serves on the Project Zero committee to prevent hazing. In spring 2018, he received the President’s Student Leadership and Service Award at the University of Minnesota. 

Archon Councilor

Davis Hardell (Georgia 2021)

Brother Hardell was appointed as an Archon Councilor by the Archons in August 2019. Davis currently serves the Kappa Deuteron chapter as its Corresponding Secretary, having previously served as Service Chairman and planner of the chapter’s Pig Dinner, and he has attended the 170th Ekklesia and 2019 Fiji Academy. He is pursuing degrees in biology and psychology at the University of Georgia, where he also serves on the Honors Program Student Council, Interfraternity Council and tutors local elementary-aged children weekly in reading and math. Phi Gamma Delta plays an important role in Davis’s family as he is the son of proud Fiji sire Robert T. Hardell, Sr. (Georgia 1986), grandsire of William R. Hardell, Sr. (Case Western 1951) and brother of Robert T. Hardell, Jr. (Georgia 2018).