One thing that signifies Gamma Pi Chapter is its professional diversity. We have men from every walk of life populating The Super Chapter -- doctors, lawyers, business leaders, teachers, preachers, military leaders and government executives, as well as computer scientists and members serving on all levels of law enforcement. When it comes to medicine, one member of Gamma Pi is a noted expert in providing medical treatment to animals.as a Veterinarian.
That person is none other than Bro. Dr. Harrison Foy, DVM (Rho Psi '67), who is being featured this week in The Capital Gazette for his innovative "Vet on Wheels" mobile unit that allows him to provide "house call-style" medical care to pets around the metro area. Click here to check out this great story:
Bro. Dr. Foy has paced the way for many other young African Americans, including his own daughter, to enter the veterinary medical field. He is also responsible for four young women whose fathers are members of Gamma Pi Chapter studying under full-ride scholarships at Tennessee State University. You can read about the "Tennessee State" pipeline he started on this blog: