INDIANAPOLIS, IN — Phi Kappa Psi Foundation is honored to welcome Clive Anthony “C” Correia Penn ’96, Tim McCourt Washington ’78 and Dr. Marc Persson F&M ‘97 as recently elected members of the Board of Trustees.
Brothers Correia, McCourt and Persson bring significant professional and personal experience to a board that relies on the contributions of a diverse representation of Phi Kappa Psi alumni. Their perspective will be valuable as the Foundation continues to raise, invest and grant funds that benefit Phi Kappa Psi.
Brother Correia was involved with Phi Psi during his collegiate time at Penn, ultimately serving as President. Professionally, he has spent the majority of his career working in investment management. In 2013, he established and endowed a need-based scholarship with the Foundation.
Brother McCourt also served as President during his undergraduate days at Washington. Upon graduation, he served as a Tudor in Residence for Phi Psi’s Penn Iota (Penn) Chapter and on the Headquarters’ team as a Chapter Consultant where he visited and advised over 50 chapters and assisted in chartering and re-chartering several chapters. Brother McCourt is a retired investment and wealth management professional with experience leading several business units.
Brother Persson held several positions in his undergraduate years in Penn Eta including Chapter Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary and Finance Chairman. He currently serves as Chapter Advisor and House Corporation President for Penn Eta (his alma mater Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, PA), and previously held positions of President of the Lancaster County Alumni Association and as a member of the Advisory Boards for New York Beta (Syracuse), Penn Upsilon (Drexel) and Delaware Alpha (Delaware). Professionally, Brother Persson is owner and CEO of MacDade Commons LLC and Perssonal Health LLC. He is married to wife Emily, has two children Christopher and Kate, and lives in southeastern Pennsylvania.
Brothers Correia, McCourt and Persson were selected from an impressive list of candidates and join the Foundation at an important time in the growth of the organization.
“Our mission and impact will benefit greatly from the role these three will play in the evolution of the Foundation,” said Ben Nicol, CEO. “They join a group dedicated to making considerate, effective decisions to ensure our brotherhood, and its members are poised for success at the local and national levels for years to come.”