Lambda Chi Alpha Welcomes Jayme Little to Staff as Director of Alumni Engagement

The Lambda Chi Alpha staff is looking forward to welcoming Jayme Little to headquarters as the new Director of Alumni Engagement. Little will start in his role on August 1.

A graduate of the University of Cincinnati, Little served as an educational leadership consultant for two years following graduation before accepting a role working with Lambda Chi alumni for a year. Little then pursued his Masters in Higher Education and Student Affairs at Indiana University on the IUPUI campus in downtown Indianapolis.

Jayme Little

Little worked for Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles as the Coordinator for Greek Life until he returned to Indianapolis in 2007, where he has held the title of Director of Alumni Programs at IUPUI since.

Looking forward to connecting and reconnecting with alumni as the Director of Alumni Engagement, Little says he is ready to tackle anything that might come his way.

“I think the thing that most excites me about this particular position is that I can begin to transform this culture of ‘I was a Lambda Chi when I was in college’,” said Little. “There are some things that we can start doing to chip away at that [mentality], and I’m excited to develop those, in combination with Josh [Lodolo] and the Foundation team…and working with our chapter services team in working with our undergraduates to help them understand that this is a lifetime commitment, not just a few years or brief period of your life…”

In addition to reaching out to alumni and training those volunteers, Little will provide leadership to create an undergraduate career/mentoring service experience through early career coaching and counseling implemented at the chapter level.

Little is looking forward to beginning his time on staff and says this opportunity could not have come at a better time for him or his family.

“The fraternity has meant a lot for me over my career,” said Little.  “I’ve been involved in some capacity as a High Pi for a little bit when I was in California and worked somewhat with our chapter in Cincinnati for a little bit here recently. I was a Master Steward for just a brief bit… so I’ve always been involved in some shape or form…”

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