Michael Wilson to join NIC as Chief Financial Officer

Indianapolis, June 13, 2016—The North American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) is pleased to announce the addition of Michael Wilson to NIC staff in the new role of Chief Financial Officer (CFO).

In this position, Wilson will lead the NIC’s accounting, as well as the implementation of a data warehouse—one of the five NIC 2.0 priorities. The system will allow members to make data-driven decisions, share best practices and streamline operations.

For the past 13 years, Wilson has worked for Kappa Alpha Order, serving most recently as Assistant Executive Director for Alumni Engagement, where he led the development and execution of strategy to engage the organization’s 120,000 alumni members. In this role, he oversaw information technology, contributed to organization-wide budgeting, planned large-scale events, and developed and fostered critical relationships. During his time with Kappa Alpha Order, Wilson also served as Director of Fraternity Services, Director of Operations, and as an Educational and Leadership Consultant.

Wilson has also honed his business acumen interfraternally as the Executive Director of NovakTalks. He manages business development, marketing and contract services for the consulting and advocacy agency for campus safety and risk management.

Michael’s experience in overseeing two membership database implementations and his vast interfraternal leadership experiences made him the ideal person to head our accounting and data system development,” said Judson Horras, NIC President and CEO.

Wilson became a member of Kappa Alpha Order at Transylvania University and has a degree in accounting. He and his family will move to Indianapolis, where he will officially begin his work on the NIC staff in July 2016.

I am excited to join such a talented team,” said Wilson. “It is humbling to be afforded the opportunity to continue to assist in the advancement of the fraternal movement on a greater level.”


Founded in 1909, the NIC is the trade association representing inter/national men’s fraternities. The NIC’s member organizations boast more than 6,000 chapters located on more than 800 campuses in the United States and Canada, with approximately 375,000 undergraduate members and nearly 5 million alumni.