Lexington, Va. (May 28, 2021) –Tripp Perrin, Lindl Corporation’s Vice President for state government relations, was recently elected to the Board of Trustees for the Omicron Delta Kappa Society and Educational Foundation, Inc. His three-year term at one of the Society’s at-large trustees will begin on July 1, 2021.
The announcement of the election was made by Tara S. Singer, president and chief executive officer of O∆K. Singer said, “My fellow members of the Board of Trustees and I are looking forward to having Tripp Perrin join our governing body. His experience in legislative and political affairs, business development, and non-profit leadership will serve the Society well. We are grateful that he has agreed to serve in this capacity.”
Perrin is a 2014 alumni initiate of the University of Richmond Circle (chapter) of Omicron Delta Kappa. He is currently a member of the Society’s Governance and Trusteeship Committee.
While an undergraduate at Richmond, Perrin became a member of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in leadership studies and went on to be a fellow at the University of Virginia’s Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership. Perrin earned his Master of Business Administration from William & Mary.
About the appointment, Perrin said, “It will be a privilege to serve with such a distinguished group of fellow board members. Ever since attending and being a member of the second graduating class of the Jepson School of Leadership Studies on the campus of the University of Richmond, I have believed strongly in the need to intentionally develop and nurture future leaders at the collegiate level. O∆K embodies this idea and I look forward to playing a small role in it’s important and no doubt bright future.”
Omicron Delta Kappa Society, the National Leadership Honor Society, was founded in Lexington, Virginia, on December 3, 1914. A group of 15 students and faculty members established the Society to recognize and encourage leadership at the collegiate level. The founders established the O∆K Idea—the concept that individuals representing all phases of collegiate life should collaborate with faculty and others to support the campus and community. O∆K’s mission is to honor and develop leaders; encourage collaboration among students, faculty, staff, and alumni; and promote O∆K’s ideals of collaboration, inclusivity, integrity, scholarship, and service college and university campuses throughout North America. The Society’s national headquarters are located in Lexington, Virginia.
Tara S. Singer, president and chief executive officer, Omicron Delta Kappa, (540) 458-5340, [email protected]