Chad Coltrane, CEO of Push America will be joining his Pi Kappa Phi brothers at the 10th Annual Golf Outing to benefit Push America. The outing takes place on May 17th at Beaver Brook Country Club in Annandale, NJ. This is the first time an executive from Push America will speak at the annual event, sponsored by the alumni of the Epsilon Theta chapter at Seton Hall University. Mr. Coltrane has been the CEO of the organization since July of 1997 and is responsible for the overall operation of Push America, including the planning, organizing and execution of strategy, policy, programs and fund-raising. Push America is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization dedicated to serving people with disabilities. Push has raised over $15 million to benefit people with disabilities and organizations dedicated to their service.
During the last 16 years as CEO of Push America , he has successfully implemented, developed and evaluated all youth sports, adult sports, and childcare programs, while staying within program budget guidelines. He is considered a nonprofit leader in the industry with interests in strategic planning, governance and fundraising.
Mr. Coltrane graduated from the University of North Carolina Greensboro in 1992 with a BA in History. He is married to his college sweetheart, Tami and they live in Matthews, NC with their two kids Chace, Hannah and their dog Jake.
Push America was founded in 1977 as the national philanthropy of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity with the purpose of instilling lifelong service in its members and enhancing the quality of life for people with disabilities. Push America has grown into a national organization with numerous programs designed to educate undergraduates, alumni, and communities about the abilities of people with disabilities as well as provide opportunities for volunteerism and service.
If you are interested in playing golf on May 17th or making a donation to Push America, please contact John Dec at firstname.lastname@example.org or go to the website www.pikappgolf.org to register.