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2015 National Officer Biographies


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Alex Call - 2015 National Chief
Section SR 2-3S

Alex is from South Texas Council in Corpus Christi, Texas. He is an Eagle Scout and Vigil Honor member from Karankawa Lodge. He has served as the SR 2-3S section chief and will serve as the 2015 National Chief of the Order of the Arrow. As a dedicated Arrowman, Alex has served in numerous capacities at the 2012 NOAC, the 2013 Jamboree and was instrumental with the centennial anniversary roll out. Alex studies marketing at the University of Texas at Austin.  Some fun facts about Alex are his favorite flavor of ice cream is mint chocolate chip and his favorite drink is iced tea.

“The centennial is our opportunity to lay the foundation for the Order of tomorrow.”



Donnie Stephens - 2015 National Vice Chief
Section NE-5B

Donnie is from Northeastern Pennsylvania Council in Moosic, PA.  He is an Eagle Scout and Vigil Honor member of Lowwapaneu Lodge.  He is currently an Assistant Scoutmaster for Troop 232. Donnie has served as section chief and section vice chief for Section NE-5B. He has received the Founder’s Award, Venturing Leadership Award and the James E. West Fellowship Award. He is studying economics at the College of the Holy Cross. Fun fact, Donnie has competed in three national speech and debate tournaments.

“As we approach 2015, my thoughts are turning to how Arrowmen will experience the centennial. By providing a great NOAC experience, we will ensure that each Arrowman has a centennial experience to remember.”


Joey Dierdorf - 2015 Central Region Chief
Section C-6A

Joey is from Crossroads of America Council in Brazil, Indiana.  He is an Eagle Scout, Vigil Honor member and has received the Founders Award  and “BEAR” award for Outstanding Service.  Joey studies Art and Political Science at Wabash College.  Joey has a passion for arts and music, Order of the Arrow High Adventure and showing rabbits in 4-H.  In fact, Joey was on the 2008 ARBA National Champion Rabbit judging team.

“I am excited to provide an amazing centennial anniversary experience for Arrowmen throughout my region.”



Matt Bell - 2015 Northeast Region Chief
Section NE-4A

Matt Bell is from Bucktail Council in West Decatur, Pennsylvania.  Matt is an Eagle Scout, Vigil Honor member, Founder’s Award recipient and Lodge Boy Scout of the Year of Ah’Tic Lodge.  Matt studies geology at Lock Haven University and enjoys hiking, camping, canoeing, hunting and also rock climbing.  A fun fact about himself is he likes to dabble at playing the ukulele.

“I am stunned and honored to have a part in the greatest and largest NOAC and centennial celebration in history.  I can’t wait to get started.”



Alex Leach - 2015 Southern Region Chief
Section SR-9

Alex is from Atlanta Area Council in Roswell, Georgia.  He is an Eagle Scout, Vigil Honor member and Founder’s Award recipient.  Alex studies biology at the Georgia Regents  University and enjoys playing intramural sports, spending time with his church youth group and playing in the band.  A fun fact about Alex is he has performed 748 consecutive jumps on a po-go stick!

“I’m excited to lead the Southern Region into the centennial anniversary and lay the foundation from the next century.”



Nathan Lee - 2015 Western Region Chief
Section W-1N

Nathan is from Chief Seattle Council in Kirkland, Washington.  He is an Eagle Scout and Vigil Honor member from Troop 570.  Nathan studies marketing at Cascadia Community College and enjoys swimming, running and carpentry.  Fun fact, Nathan once played a ping pong game that lasted three hours.

“I’m excited to work with the Western Region to better serve our Arrowmen and their units for the centennial anniversary.”