MSU Alumnus Elected President of Fraternity Executives Association

MSU Alumnus Elected President of Fraternity Executives Association

MSU alumnus and Wichita Falls native Larry Stanton Wiese assumed the presidency of the Fraternity Executives Association (FEA) at its annual meeting this month in Chicago, Ill. Wiese is the executive director of Kappa Alpha Order and the Kappa Alpha Order Educational Foundation and has served on the FEA Board of Directors since 2007.

The FEA is a professional association of men's and women's fraternity executives that is dedicated to the common interests of its members and promotes, supports, and encourages the free discussion and exchange of ideas relating to college fraternal organizations.

After graduating from Midwestern State University in 1990, Wiese worked for the Kappa Alpha Order as an educational consultant for one year before attending law school at Oklahoma City University. Upon completing his Juris Doctor, he returned to the staff in 1995.

Wiese continues to keep close ties with MSU as he is currently serving as the Annual Fund chair to help raise funds for the university. He was featured in the Spring 2011 issue of Sunwatcher Magazine, where he shared the importance of giving back to one's university. 

Wiese is a past president of the Fraternity and Sorority Political Action Committee (he was also a founder of that PAC) and FIPG, Inc., the leading risk management association in higher education. He is a member of the American Society of Association Executives and the Association of Fundraising Professionals. Wiese lives and works in Lexington, Va.