Mr. Jason Nicolau
Department: Board of Trustees
Since 2010, Jason ‘Promesa’ Nicolau has served as a Board of Trustee of Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity. Mr. Nicolau has served in various capacities at the national level prior to joining the Board of Trustees, including overseeing day to day operations as Executive Director from 2007 to 2010. During his tenure as Executive Director the fraternity witness substantial growth in entities and members while its operational and financial soundness was strengthened. Mr. Nicolau has also served as Regional Director, Governor, and Manager of Undergraduate Affairs for the fraternity. Mr. Nicolau was inducted to Phi Iota Alpha at the Omicron Chapter at New York University in the Spring of 2001.
Mr. Nicolau currently works as the Assistant Director, STEM at New York University (NYU). Under NYU's Opportunity Programs, the STEM programs consists of CSTEP, STEP and BEST; programs that provides a means for traditionally undeserved, low-income students to prepare and/or obtain admission for STEM careers and Licensed Professions. Within 3 months of being hired at NYU, Mr. Nicolau was promoted to his current position from his role as CSTEP Coordinator.
Previously, Mr. Nicolau held positions at CFY-NYC, FedEx Services, Dental Recycling North America (DRNA) and Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity. At CFY-NYC he was the Associate Director of Community Relations, where he was promoted within 12 months from his role as Senior Training Manager. At FedEx Services he was a field sales account executive, where he was promoted 2 times in 18 months from his role as a inside sales account executive. At DRNA he was the Senior Operations Analyst, where he was promoted from his role as a Customer Service Specialist within 2 years. Mr. Nicolau's previous professional experience with Phi Iota Alpha is listed above.
Mr. Nicolau completed his Bachelor or Science in Management and Organizational Analysis and Information Systems at the Stern School of Business at NYU and his Masters in Public Administration from the Baruch School of Public Affairs.