Richard Allen, Northwestern Oklahoma
Brad Bartels, Iowa
Joseph DuBois, St. Louis
Christian Ely, Southern Indiana
Joshua Floyd, Michigan Tech.
Christopher Gould, Central Missouri
Michael Haake, Missouri–Kansas City
Steven Hopkins, Frostburg State
Kelly Huether, Black Hills
Jonathan Kittle, Auburn
Michael Klopper, SUNY Plattsburgh
Steven Latour, Central Missouri
Paul Manly, Salisbury
Paul Messina, Arkansas
Paul Motin, Winona State
Matthew Rea PhD., Saint Louis
Bruce Sauers, Shippensburg
Brendan Sheridan MD, Miami of Ohio
Chandler Vandenberg, Illinois State
Clayton Whitehead, Georgia
Chad Wolbers, Truman State
Seth Woodell, East Central
This is a select group of Sig Tau alumni who are passionate about the organization and have stayed in touch in some form or fashion. These are volunteers who want to be a part of Sig Tau’s continued success.
Three commitments must be made to become a member of this prestigious council:
- Serve a 3-year term
- Remain informed regarding changes to Sig Tau at both the local and national level
- Aid with financial support for the Fraternity of $1,000 per year to the Foundation’s unrestricted fund
Members of the board will receive communication from Sig Tau with pertinent information. As topics arise, Headquarters staff will reach out to gather input, with the Council playing a vital role in shaping the fraternity’s future. There will also be opportunities for members of the council to get involved on committees that are formed, although this is not a requirement.
The National Alumni Advisory Council will meet annually at Sig Tau’s national summer conference. While this session is not a requirement to be a part of the council, we firmly encourage all members of the council to attend.