EPSILON MU CHAPTER AT BUTLER UNIVERSITY

THE 2018 EXECUTIVE BOARD

THE EMINENT COMMANDER

Kyle Giebel is the equivalent of the president

for Sigma Nu fraternities across the nation.

He acts as the representative of Sigma

Nu at most public events and affairs.

The Eminent Commander makes

decisions regarding operations

and administration of the Chapter

with the well-being its members in 

mind and resolves differences of

opinion and disputes that threaten

to disrupt that well-being. It is also

the responsibility of the Eminent

Commander to create, establish, and

enforce rules and guidelines that are

pertinent to the sustainment of an active and 

successful Chapter.

THE TREASURER

Michael Schneller serves to maintain

and monitor the financial

responsibilities of the

chapter, including all

income, expenses,

deposits, and

withdrawals regarding

the Epsilon Mu bank

account. He also creates

and oversees a chapter-

wide budget as well as

individual budgets for

each of the 11 committees.

THE MARSHAL

Connor Riley teaches, instructs, and guides candidates of the Epsilon Mu Chapter in the way of Sigma Nu in accordance with the

LEAD program, by-laws of Epsilon

Mu, and the general law of Sigma

Nu Fraternity. He serves as the

liaison between the Chapter

and candidates and assumes

responsibilities of the LEAD

Chairman. It is also the

responsibility of the Marshal to

pass along best practices to the 

future Marshal to ensure that a

consistent stream of gentlemen gain

entrance into the Legion of Honor.

THE LIEUTENANT COMMANDER

Blake Leonard is the equivalent of the vice president for Sigma Nu fraternities across the nation. He serves to assist the Eminent Commander by attending

functionsthat the commander is

unable to attend. The Lieutenant

Commander also supervises

the submission of reports

to Sigma Nu National

Headquarters, including:

Rock Chapter, Pursuit of

Excellence, LEAD Award

applications. It is also the

responsibility of the

Lieutenant Commander to

update, review, and amend by-

laws and adhere to the procedural

guidelines outlined in those by-laws.

THE RECORDER

Logan Kesler takes minutes

at all Chapter meetings and

functions and reports those

minutes and maintains

consistent communication

with appropriate parties.

He also serves as a

parliamentarian at Chapter

meetings.

THE RECRUITMENT CHAIRMAN

Riley Strauss develops a program for recruiting new members of Sigma

Nu that involves the entire

Chapter in accordance with

the Interfraternity Council rules

and guidelines. He also notifies

the Chapter on all matters

regarding perspective

candidates and ensures that the

recruitment process is values-

based and hazing-free.

THE RISK REDUCTION CHAIRMAN

Colin Cornacchia serves as a liaison between

Butler University and the Epsilon Mu

Chapter on matters of safety and

alcohol policies.He also oversees

the Risk Committee, a committee

made up of members dedicated

to the safety and well-being of

members of Epsilon Mu.

THE 2018 COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN

THE ACADEMIC CHAIRMAN

Nick Ganly ensures that 

all brothers maintain high

scholastic standing and

determine appropriate 

ways to assist brothers

who might be in danger

of faling behind.He also

organizes studytables

for the entire Chapter

and maintains the

Chapter’s library. It is also

the responsibility of the

Academic Chairman to work

with the Sigma Nu House

Corporation on the awarding of

scholarship dollars to brothers who achieve a GPA of 3.0 or higher.

THE BROTHERHOOD CHAIRMAN

Zach Madere organizes house-

wide events in which brothers

can enjoy time together and

bond as a Chapter.

 

THE DESIGN CHAIRMAN

Janssen Kieger creates opportunities for brothers to show their pride for and

represent Sigma Nu by designing

and facilitating orders for

various apparel items. He also

designs and creates graphics

and promotional materials for

events hosted by the Chapter.

THE PHILANTHROPY CHAIRMAN

Tyler Kennedy serves as the coordinator of events, activities, and

service projects that helps to link the

Chapter with the local community.

He designs and organizes

philanthropic projects and service

opportunities that allows every

brother to develop into servant

leaders who lead by example

and care about making a

sustainable, impactful difference

in their community.

THE ALUMNI & PARENT RELATIONS CHAIRMAN

Spencer Wolff maintains ties with alumni of the Epsilon Mu Chapter and ensures that alumni can continue to play an active

role in Sigma Nu after

graduating. He plans

various events for

alumni, including: a

Homecoming tailgate,

the annual Alumni

Golf Outing, and

White Star Dinner,

during which active

brothers and alumni

are recognized and

honored for their

dedication to the Epsilon

Mu Chapter.

THE CAMPUS INVOLVEMENT CHAIRMAN

Harrison Smith serves as the liaison between the Chapter and the rest of campus to

ensure that brothers play an active

role in supporting other

organizations and their events.

He also maintains a list of clubs

and organizations that each

brother is a involved in and

connects brothers that wish to

become more involved with

appropriate resources.

THE HOUSING MANAGER

Kenny Burton is responsible for

the housekeeping and general

maintenance of the Sigma Nu

property. He sends regular

reports of house needs to the

Sigma Nu House Corporation

and takes steps necessary to

correct deficiencies. The

Housing Manager also orders

supplies assigns a weekly house

job to each brother to keep the

house in prime condition.

THE PUBLIC RELATIONS CHAIRMAN

Thomas Beckman coordinates the

Chapter’s social media outlets.

He also maintains positive

relations with on and off-

campus organizations

and the university as a

whole.

THE SOCIAL CHAIRMAN

Andrew Wagner plans and executes

social events and functions to

create positive relationships

between the Epsilon Mu

Chapter and other

members of the campus

community. One of the

Social Chairman’s biggest

tasks is to plan Sigma Nu’s

annual Formal, which is

typically in one of the

Midwest’s major cities.