Taking over new roles with the General Fraternity are Alex Taylor (Huntingdon) and Adam Bremmeyer (Washington State). They will be serving as the directors of expansion and recruitment. In addition, Christopher Brenton (NC State) will be serving as the associate director of leadership development after completing two years as a leadership consultant.
Departing this June from the General Fraternity staff were Bill Morosco (Florida) and Josh Green (Arizona). Bill served for two years as a leadership consultant and expansion and recruitment consultant. Josh Green will be ending his tenure as the director of expansion and recruitment after six years of service to the General Fraternity.
Also departing the staff team was Alsten Tauro (Nichols State) as the director of information technology after 13 years of service to the General Fraternity. In addition, departing was Kirkland Wohlrab the executive assistant for the Sigma Nu Educational Foundation for four years.
The Fraternity is pleased to welcome Shannon Balser as the new executive assistant and Steven Talley as the director of information technology.
Beginning in 2012, the Fraternity has made significant improvements to the Headquarters Shrine. In large part, the result of Jerry (Texas State) and Linda Fields’ $1.5 million gift, the improvements have significantly improved the property.
Improvements have included extensive repainting of the interior and exterior of the Headquarters building, renovated bathrooms at the Carriage House and Ethical Leadership Center, additional lighting on property walkways, new trees in honor of former Regent Bob Marchman and Educational Foundation board member, and regular maintenance of the Headquarters grounds.
This June saw the arrival of five new consultants, four of whom will be traveling the country as leadership consultants and one who will be project manager at Sigma Nu’s expansion project at Ashland University.
Brother Zach Eisenman (South Carolina) served as Commander and as a member of the chapter’s judicial board. Outside of Sigma Nu, he was a member of the Greek conduct board and was involved with South Carolina College Republicans. In addition, Zach was a member of Pi Sigma Alpha, the National Political Science Honor Society, as well as the South Carolina Golf Club. Brother Eisenman will serve as the leadership consultant for chapters in the Southeast Region.
Raymond Fackler (South Florida), served the Theta Alpha Chapter as Commander, Lt. Commander, Assistant Recruitment Chairman, and Philanthropy Chairman. He also served on several other committees within Sigma Nu and was heavily involved in intramurals. Outside of Sigma Nu, he was involved on campus with lead fellows and best buddies. Brother Fackler will be serving as a leadership consultant for chapters in the Heartland Region.
During his time in the Gamma Chi Chapter, Brother Travis Galloway (Washington) served as Marshal, LEAD Chairman, and Community Service and Philanthropy Chairman. In those capacities, he helped implement Phases III and IV of the LEAD Program, and strengthened Gamma Chi Chapter’s relationship with the Ivy Center for Advanced Brain Tumor Research in Seattle. In 2012 he spent a quarter studying abroad in Quito, Ecuador. Galloway will be consulting chapters in the Northeast Region.
Brother Shekhar Hazarika (South Florida), served the Theta Alpha Chapter as Commander, Recruitment Chairman, Alumni Chairman, and became heavily involved with several other leadership positions. In addition, Shekhar also took on leadership roles within different campus organizations, such as Greek village council and Greek programming board. Shekhar also found time in his demanding schedule to volunteer at a local elementary school, tutoring and mentoring young children. Shekhar will be consulting chapters in Coastal Valley Region.
As a founding father of the Delta Rho Chapter, Jacob Rigsby (Colorado State) served in many leadership positions within the chapter including Recruitment Chairman, Social Chairman, Lt. Commander, and Commander. In addition to his leadership roles within Sigma Nu, Jacob served in a number of positions across campus such as vice president of recruitment for IFC, a campus admissions ambassador, student coordinator, and presidential ambassador. Finally, he helped future fraternity leaders as a TA for the Emerging Greek Leader Course. Rigsby will be the project coordinator for Sigma Nu’s expansion at Ashland University.
Returning for his second semester as a leadership consultant, Brother Tyler Richter (South Florida) will return as Midwest Region’s consultant. Joining the Fraternal Staff in January, Brother Richter served the Theta Alpha Chapter as Commander, Lt. Commander, Recruitment Chairman, and Philanthropy Chairman.
Returning for a second year, is leadership consultant Matt Miller (Mount Union) who will continue to serve as a leadership consultant for the West Region. Brother Christopher Brenton (NC State) will serve as a leadership consultant for chapters in Virginia.