Former Phi Sigma Delta Fraternity executive director Lee I. Dogoloff received the Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity’s Man of Distinction Award at 2014 International Convention and Leadership School in Washington, D.C. Dogoloff joined the Epsilon Chapter of Phi Alpha Fraternity at the University of Maryland, College Park as a freshman in the fall of 1957. Two years later, Phi Alpha merged with Phi Sigma Delta Fraternity. Dogoloff held chapter leadership positions including vice president as an undergraduate.
Upon graduation in 1963, he became alumni adviser for his chapter and later was asked to join the National Executive Council of Phi Sigma Delta. He became executive director of Phi Sigma Delta in 1967 and served in that position through the 1969 merger with ZBT, a process with which he was deeply involved.
In the decades since, Dogoloff has become an expert in drug abuse issues and policy setting at the local, state and federal levels of government. He currently maintains a clinical practice specializing in the treatment of drug, alcohol and general mental health problems and holds an advanced clinical practice license in both Maryland and Delaware.