Field Secretary Bios

Jarrett Keyton (Mississippi State 2020)

211th Field Secretary

Bio

Brother Keyton received his Bachelors degree in marketing with a minor in Spanish from Mississippi State University, where he was initiated into the Sigma Mu Chapter. As an undergraduate brother, Jarrett served as Chapter Treasurer and Alumni & Parents Relations Chairman. Outside of the chapter, he helped start Mississippi State Club Baseball on campus, alongside several other brothers. He primarily served as the Social Media Coordinator for the club, but he also served as a utility player from his sophomore to senior years.

Jarrett will be visiting chapters and colonies in the West Region to observe, counsel and serve as a liaison between undergraduate brothers and the International Headquarters during the 2021-22 academic year. 

 

Fun Facts

  • Hometown: Lawrenceville, Georgia 
  • Hobbies: Watching sports (baseball and football primarily), gaming, reading 
  • Favorite Food: Steak
  • Favorite Movie: The Wolf of Wall Street 
  • Best Phi Gam Experience: Our annual canoe trips the week after we got our Little Brother were always the best experiences. All members would gather to rent several school buses and travel from Starkville to the Okatoma River in Southern Mississippi. Big/Little pairings would rent canoes and ride several miles down rapids through the river. It was a great bonding experience.

 

Graham Hess (Akron 2021)

212th Field Secretary

Bio

Brother Hess was initiated into the Alpha Omicron Chapter at the University of Akron. Graham graduated in 2021 with a Bachelor’s degree in political science (with minors in pre-law and American politics) and a Bachelor's degree in Strategic Communications & Public Relations (with a certificate in professional social media). As an undergraduate brother, he served as Chapter President, Corresponding Secretary and Formal Chair. Outside of his chapter involvement, Graham was a member of the University's Competitive Speech Team, and he served as President of the IFC and Senator for Residence Life in the student government.

During the 2021-22 academic year, Graham will be visiting chapters and colonies in the Northeast Region to observe, counsel and serve as a liaison between the chapters and the International Headquarters.

 

Fun Facts

  • Hometown: Canton, Ohio
  • Hobbies: Watching movies, reading, cooking and playing video games
  • Favorite Food: Chicken fried rice with yum-yum sauce
  • Favorite Movie: Vice (runner-ups include Wolf of Wall Street, The Irishman, Goodfellas, Godfathers 1 and 2 and The Big Short)
  • Best Phi Gam Experience: Road trips with my brothers in January 2019 to IHQ to initiate our most recent new member class. We stopped at White Castle, stayed in a hotel, went out to eat and got to explore Lexington before having a productive semester retreat.

 

Ethan Bresnay (Western Michigan 2020)

213th Field Secretary

Bio

Brother Bresnay graduated from Western Michigan University with a BS in education and human development. As an undergraduate, Ethan served the Kappa Mu Chapter as Historian, Chief Justice of the Judicial Board and Community Service Chairman. Outside of his chapter, he played on WMU's men's club soccer team, and he worked for the Office of Admissions as a student ambassador and tour guide for two years. 

Ethan will be working as a Field Secretary for the 2021-22 academic year, visiting chapters and colonies in the Great Plains Region to observe, counsel and serve as a liaison between the chapters and the International Headquarters.

 

Fun Facts

  • Hometown: Milford, Michigan
  • Hobbies: Watching and playing soccer, reading books, listening to podcasts, walking/hiking in nature and learning about history
  • Favorite Food: Tacos and burritos
  • Favorite Movie: Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back
  • Best Phi Gam Experience: His first Pig Dinner and attending Fiji Academy as a newly-elected cabinet member

 

Jackson Daugharty (Idaho 2020)

214th Field Secretary

Bio

Brother Daugharty earned a Bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of Idaho, where he was initiated into the Mu Iota Chapter. As an undergraduate brother, Jackson served as President, Historian and Philanthropy & Service Chairman. Outside of his chapter, he played French horn in the University's advanced wind ensemble and was a member of the Chi Alpha Rho study group. Jackson will be working as a Field Secretary for the 2021-22 academic year, visiting chapters and colonies in the Southwest Region to observe, counsel and serve as a liaison between the chapters and the International Headquarters.

 

Fun Facts

  • Hometown: Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
  • Hobbies: Woodworking, music performance, fishing and hunting
  • Favorite Food: Steak
  • Favorite Movie: Shawshank Redemption
  • Best Phi Gam Experience: Our 100th Norris Pig Dinner. We had more than 500 attendees, which was incredible. Seeing so many generations of Phi Gamma Deltas helped me to better appreciate the phrase “Not for College Days Alone."

 

Jeff Stinson (Western Michigan 2020)

215th Field Secretary

Bio

Brother Stinson earned a Bachelor's degree in advertising from Western Michigan University, where he was initiated into the Kappa Mu Chapter. As an undergraduate, Jeff served his chapter as New Member Education and as a member of the Judicial Board. Outside of his chapter, he served on the Campus Activities Board as the comedy coordinator. Jeff will be working as a Field Secretary during the 2021-22 academic year, visiting chapters and colonies in the Midwest Region to observe, counsel and serve as a liaison between the chapters and the International Headquarters.

 

Fun Facts

  • Hometown: Berkley, Michigan
  • Hobbies: art, video games, watching Detroit sports
  • Favorite Foods: authentic Mexican and Japanese food
  • Favorite Movie: Uncle Buck

 

Collin Clifford (Sam Houston 2021)

216th Field Secretary

Bio

Brother Clifford earned a Bachelor's degree in animal science with a minor in plant & soil sciences from Sam Houston State University, where he was initiated into the Sigma Eta Chapter. Collin served his chapter as Corresponding Secretary, New Member Educator, as a member of the Judicial Board and Greek Week Chairman. Outside of the Chapter, he was a member of the SHSU Orange Keys, and he was a lead staff member of Bearkat Camp. 

As a Field Secretary, Collin will be visiting chapters and colonies in the Southeast Region to observe, counsel and serve as a liaison between the chapters and the International Headquarters during the 2021-22 academic year.

 

Fun Facts

  • Hometown: Liberty City, TX
  • Hobbies: Playing disc golf, collecting vinyl albums, camping/hiking
  • Favorite Food: Steak
  • Favorite Movie: The Shawshank Redemption
  • Best Phi Gam Experience: SHSU's annual football game against our rival SFA University, known as the Battle of the Pineywoods. Our chapter's undergraduate and graduate brothers tailgate to support SHSU. This has been a great bonding experience and gives our new members a chance to meet graduate brothers for the first time while supporting our school.