Chapter Officers

The Executive Board consists of five elected members to form a collaborative leadership council. This board consists of a Chapter President, Executive Vice President, Vice President of Membership, Vice President of Programs, and Vice President of Finance. As elected officers, they are all responsible for the membership, operations, and overall well-being of the chapter. Each officer oversees and manages a team to help execute their areas of responsibility. Members of these groups are often referred to as Committee Chairs or Directors.


The President is the chief elected officer of the Chapter where he serves at the presiding officer over all meetings of the chapter. As the presiding officer, he sets the chapter’s agenda, monitors all activities, and acts as the spokesperson/contact for the chapter. One of his most important tasks is communication of the mission, governance, goals, and expectations throughout the Brotherhood.

Executive Vice President

The Executive Vice President (EVP) is the lead officer of the chapter in regards to rules and standard of conduct. The EVP oversees chapter academics and member safety while serving as the assistant to the Chapter President and filling in during any absences.

Vice President of Membership

The Vice President of Membership (VPM) of the chapter is the chief facilitator of membership growth within his chapter. He is responsible for recruiting and introducing potential new members to the Principals and ideals of the fraternity. The addition of new members is vital to the survival and prosperity of the chapter; this leadership position is one of the most important positions within the chapter. The VPM is also responsible for rituals and continuous member development of the chapter.

Vice President of Programs

The Vice President of Programs (VPP) is responsible for assembling programs to develop chapter membership, as well as give back to the community through direct service and philanthropic efforts. Hosting events for parents/alumni, weekly Brotherhood events, and meals, and socials with other organizations are some of the additional areas that the Vice President of Programs manages.

Vice President of Finance

The Vice President of Finance (VPF) is responsible for the management and administration of the chapter finances and assets. The VPF is also responsible for building a budget that can help achieve the goals of the chapter. His most important role in the chapter is teaching financial responsibility to his chapter’s members by way of paying their bills on time and in full.