MEMPHIS, TN -Michael Crabb (Nebraska-Omaha, Delta Chi ’07) was recognized as a member of the 2015-16 class for Young Alumnus of the Year at the 2016 Pi Kappa Alpha International Fraternity Convention. The inaugural award recognizes alumnus members under the age of 35 and awards up to nine young alumni for their professional accomplishments, contributions to their community, and their involvement as a volunteer for Pi Kappa Alpha, all while displaying the values of a True PIKE.

Crabb currently serves as a board member and treasurer for the Omaha Conservatory of Music, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to providing musical instruction for all ages, instruments, and ability levels. Prior to serving as treasurer, he worked with the Conservatory staff to create financial forecasts for its String Sprouts program. The program that provides free string lessons for children ages 4-10 was implemented in 2013 and has since grown to serve an expected 1,277 students in 2016-17.

In addition to his work with the Conservatory, Crabb gives back to the community as a big brother with the Big Brothers Big Sisters program and as a youth interest group leader in the Omaha Venture Group.

He is deeply involved in the local community while also balancing his professional career as an associate for Tenaska Capital Management and also serving as the chapter advisor for Delta Chi Chapter.

The Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity is proud to honor Michael Crabb as a 2016 Young Alumnus of the Year.


The Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity was founded at the University of Virginia in 1868 and has grown to an international brotherhood composed of more than 270,000 members, 220 chapters and 150 alumni associations. Pi Kappa Alpha has maintained the largest average chapter size of any inter/national fraternity for most of the past 20 years, and through its members has donated millions of hours and dollars to philanthropic causes and community organizations across North America. Pi Kappa Alpha’s mission is to “develop men of integrity, intellect, and high moral character and to fostering a truly lifelong fraternal experience.”