Moe Stephens


Moe Stephens’ twenty-five-year career has featured progressive leadership roles focused on bringing value to the undergraduate student experience as leaders, outdoor stewards, and participants on campus and with the fraternity/sorority community.

Since 2016 he has served as the University of Puget Sound’s director of student involvement and programs and on the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity General Council since 2012. Moe was elected president of the General Council in 2021. Moe’s fraternity brother and good friend died from ALS in 2016, and he has been an advocate for the cause ever since.

He is an Iron Phi and regularly volunteers for ALS families in his community, most recently rallying a group of twelve volunteers to do an extensive yard clean-up for a family living with ALS near Puget Sound.

Moe is a 1999 graduate of the University of Southern Indiana and holds a master’s in higher education leadership from Sacramento State University.

Moe and his wife Allison and their daughter Maya enjoy the Pacific Northwest. Moe passionate about the outdoors and enjoys backpacking, running, and golfing.

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