Billy Boulden has served as the assistant dean of students and director of Greek Affairs at Iowa State University since 2013. As a part of his role, he teaches the Greek Community leadership course, LD ST 290. He also teaches a section of LD ST 122, "Leading with Purpose," for the Greek Community and has previously taught the Greek Affairs study abroad course, Project Jamaica.
Boulden challenges students to incorporate service learning into their programs and activities as a way to develop their leadership capacity. He has served in various leadership capacities within higher education through his involvement with the Association of Fraternity and Sorority Advisers and the National Association of Campus Activities, where he received the Shuronda H. Smith New Professional Award in 2010. In 2014, he was recognized as a “Thirty Under 30” by Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity, and in 2016 Chi Phi Fraternity recognized him as Campus Administrator of the Year.
Boulden received his B.A. in political science with a minor in leadership studies from Christopher Newport University and his M.A. in organizational leadership with a certificate in servant leadership from Gonzaga University. He is originally from Glen Allen, Virginia.