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ALPHA K APPA PSI FOUNDATION

2009-10 ANNUAL REPORT ISSUE akpsi.org AUTUMN 2010

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THE C LI F F O R D S P AN G L E R S O C IE TY The Clifford Spangler Society honors those alumni and friends of Alpha Kappa Psi who made provisions for future generations of business leaders through will bequests, life insurance, trusts or other planned gifts. Leadership opportunities, scholarships, awards, and other educational programs are provided for through such gifts. The Spangler Society acknowledges with grateful appreciation those who have chosen to make these commitments to the future. The following members have indicated that their estate plans include a bequest to the Alpha Kappa Psi Foundation:

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Upon Brother Spangler’s death, the Alpha Kappa Psi Foundation received half of his sizable estate. His gift — then the largest gift received by AKPsi — was the foundation of several scholarships and awards and continues to support ongoing programs of the foundation.

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ALPHA KAPPA PSI Anonymous Sonia A. Advani, Wisconsin ‘99-Life Heather E. Allen, Florida State ’89-Life Paul R. Bailey, Michigan State ‘88-Life William K. Bissey, Indiana ‘61-Life Jeffrey A. Blade, Butler ‘84-Life Samuel V. Boodoian, Wayne State ‘51-Life* Timothy L. Brandenburg, Cincinnati ‘96-Life Paul J. Brinker, Cincinnati ’84-Life & Leslie-Ann Brinker, Old Dominion ‘76-Life Angela D. Brown, Adrian College ‘81-Life Gerald D. Byrd, Long Beach ‘62-Life* Joseph A. Clark, Old Dominion ‘01 Michael G. Dickerson, Virginia Tech ‘04-Life William A. Donnelly Jr., NYU ‘36-Life* Gregory R. DuRoss, Wayne State ‘70-Life Chris Ryan Feather, Pittsburgh-Johnstown ‘95-Life John M. Garbaczewski, Arizona ‘54-Life Victor A. Greene, West Georgia ‘77-Life Howard O. Hampton, NYU ’43-Life* Jessica L. Hill, Arizona State ‘95-Life Kenneth W. Hufford, Montana ‘33-Life* Matthew T. Jaeger, Trinity ‘98-Life Jess C. LaNore, Purdue ‘00-Honorary/Life Catherine Lassesen, UNLV ‘82-Life Robert M. Linden, Central Michigan ‘64-Life Marvin L. Longabaugh, Texas Tech ‘80-Life R.K. Lee, Washington ’67-Life Paul E. Lubic, Christopher Newport ‘94 Richard W. McVay, Texas Tech ‘79-Life M.C. Moore, Virginia Tech ’86-Life George W. Morford, Washington ‘48-Life* Nicholas A. Myers, Florida ‘99-Life James Christian Nuccio, UNC-Charlotte ‘09-Life Lumir S. Palma, Illinois ‘37 Dr. Robert S. Prati, San Diego ‘96-Life Todd J. Regis, Western Michigan ’86-Life Daniel J. Roselli, Michigan State ‘89-Life David Russo, Christopher Newport ‘05 Karl A. Sakas, William & Mary ‘01-Life Carlton J. Siegler, Columbia ‘31-Life* Gordon L. Snider, Colorado College ‘37-Life* Clifford D. Spangler, Nebraska ‘28-Life* Dan L. Stubblefield, Middle Tennessee ‘89-Life & Barbara L. Stubblefield Steven T. Tabac, Michigan‘63-Life Christine M. Vasquez, Arizona State ‘98-Life Stephen Vasquez, Arizona State ‘72-Life Mark D. Warden, USC ‘81-Life David P. Wendroff, Portland ‘79-Life & Wendy A. Wendroff, Tri-State ‘80-Life

If you have included the Alpha Kappa Psi Foundation in your estate plan — or are considering doing so — please request a letter of intent from the Alpha Kappa Psi Foundation. The letter of intent is not a legal document, but simply shares your wishes with the foundation.

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>> contents

As an investor in our future business leaders, you have honored us and we desire to honor you by making sure the Alpha Kappa Psi foundation is all that you expect it to be both now and in the future.

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— Foundation Chairman David Wendroff Page 17

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WHY ETHICS MATTER 12 The business world is engaged in delivering goods and services and making a profit. Does that mean that business ethics are an oxymoron? ALPHA KAPPA PSI FOUNDATION 2009-10 ANNUAL REPORT 17 The foundation extends its sincere gratitude to the loyal alumni, students and friends who made 2009-10 a notable year.

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Alpha Kappa Psi’s vision and core values VISION Alpha Kappa Psi is recognized as the premier developer of principled business leaders CORE VALUES In developing principled business leaders, Alpha Kappa Psi adheres to these lifetime values: Brotherhood Trust, respect, cooperation, companionship and aid to brothers is the expected norm Knowledge Education and experience, whether gained in the classroom or the workplace, is emphasized and shared Integrity All actions, whether in business or in life, are

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guided by honesty, ethics and fairness Service Sharing of time, talent and treasure with society and with our fraternity is a priority Unity A common understanding of our vision and values that transcends chapter, generation and profession is utilized to anticipate and create the future akpsi.org AUTUMN 2010

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Foundation Board of Directors OFFICERS David P. Wendroff CFV, Portland ‘79-Life*, Chairman Paul R. Bailey III, Michigan State ‘88-Life, Vice Chairman Louis L. Voegler, American ‘98-Life*, Vice Chairman Stephen Vasquez CFV, Arizona State ‘72-Life*, Vice Chairman Lisa A. Calandriello CFV, American ‘97-Life, Treasurer DIRECTORS Heather E. Allen CFV, Florida State ‘89-Life John C. Werner, Virginia ‘84-Life * Executive Committee Member

Fraternity Board of Directors OFFICERS Gregory M. Sottolano CFV, American ‘96-Life*, Chairman Charles D. Steffens CFV, Portland ‘87-Life*, Vice Chairman Anthanette M. Fields, Fordham ‘94-Life, Secretary Alexis P. Perdomo CFV, Florida International ‘92-Life, Treasurer DIRECTORS Jeffrey A. Blade, Butler ‘84* David A. Ralston, Richmond ‘94-Life Jennifer H. Kuhn CFV, Colorado ‘99-Life Dan L. Stubblefield CFV, Middle Tennessee ‘89-Life * Executive Committee Member

Creating a Legacy The most common planned giving arrangement for the benefit of Alpha Kappa Psi is the will bequest. Charitable gifts made by wills are 100% tax deductible. As with current gifts, bequests may be designated either as unrestricted, giving the foundation the most flexibility; or restricted, that is, designated for a specific purpose such as a scholarship fund. Taxation: Not applicable Benefits: 1. Distribution of estate as intended by donor. 2. Avoidance of estate and inheritance taxes. If you wish to include an unrestricted bequest to the Alpha Kappa Psi Foundation in your will, the following language is suggested: “I give, devise, and bequeath to the Alpha Kappa Psi Foundation, Inc. (Federal Tax I.D. #35-6016131), ______ percent (___%) of all the rest, residue, and remainder of my estate (or _______ dollars, property, securities, etc. described below) to be used by the Foundation in fulfillment of its educational purposes as the Foundation Board of Directors shall determine.” If you wish to restrict your bequest to a program or scholarship fund, the foundation will be happy to provide you or your advisors with suggested language.

Management Team OFFICERS Andrea Nemeth CFV, Montclair State ‘91-Life, President Alexander T. Sultan CFV, San Diego State ‘93-Life, Executive VP REGIONAL DIRECTORS LaTonya S. Jackson CFV, Alabama State ‘03, Central Region Scott R. Stampflmeier CFV, Toledo‘98-Life, Eastcentral Region Thomas N. Tran CFV, Pennsylvania State ’02-Life, Eastern Region Michael G. Dickerson CFV, Virginia Tech ‘04-Life, Mideast Region Wendy R. Blakeley-Copeland, Murray State ‘05, Midwest Region Jennifer J. Dobel CFV, Iowa State ’01, Northcentral Region Chad E. Smith CFV, Montclair State ‘93, Northeast Region Adam J. Hoelscher, Drake ‘01-Life, Northwest Region Rodney C. Turner, Alabama State ‘93-Life, Southern Region Courtney C. Harrison CFV, Lamar ’05-Life, Southcentral Region Jeffery D. Hughes CFV, South Florida ‘00, Southeast Region Frank F. Alvarado CFV, Arizona State ‘00, Southwest Region Marie D. Lawrick CFV, Boise State ‘85-Life, Westcentral Region

Heritage Center Staff CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Gary L. Epperson CAE, Hoosier Alumni ‘92-Hon/Life MANAGING DIRECTORS Jess C. LaNore CAE, Purdue ‘00-Hon/Life, Alumni Services/Foundation COO Brian D. Parker, Indiana ‘93-Life, Operations Jessica R. Seitz, Auburn ‘02-Honorary/Life, Student Services DIRECTORS Jennifer L. Adamany, San Diego ‘05-Life, Chapter Services & Expansion Amanda E. Areces, Education James A. Mayer, Ball State ‘03, Alumni Development Christopher W. Pye, Shippensburg ‘04-Life, Communication & Information Srvcs. EXPANSION COORDINATORS Cherie A. Harshman, Illinois-Chicago ‘08 Alyssa B. Rosenblum, Penn State ‘06-Life MEMBER SERVICES COORDINATORS Cathy J. Cole, Hazel A. Collier, Deborah A. Orff and Melinda S. Rosenthall

The Diary of Alpha Kappa Psi Volume 100, No. 1 ©2010 Alpha Kappa Psi Foundation. First published in 1908 PUBLISHER Gary L. Epperson CAE, Hoosier Alumni ‘92-Hon/Life EDITOR Jess C. LaNore CAE, Purdue ‘00-Hon/Life CONTRIBUTORS Dawn-Marie Driscoll W. Michael Hoffman Steve Stackhouse-Kaelble

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Registration now open for February’s PBLI In February, the fraternity is hosting its sixteenth annual Principled Business Leadership Institute. The popular event is being held in Philadelphia (4-6), Dallas/Chicago (18-20), and Atlanta/Reno (25-27). The 2011 PBLI will offer students and alumni a weekend focusing on professional skill building at the individual level, while allowing for the opportunity to network with other chapters and business professionals. Attendees will participate in a curriculum centered on the values of principled business leadership and the values of AKPsi—brotherhood, unity, integrity, service and knowledge. Events will begin on Friday with regional meetings followed by a recommitment ritual and Pride Night activities. Educational programming will run all day on Saturday and conclude with a closing ceremony where fraternity

awards will be presented and the winners of the Alpha Kappa Psi Foundation’s Case Competition will be announced. For area alumni, the evening will include a fraternity-sponsored get-together at a local restaurant. Last February, 2,925 students and alumni were in attendance at the five PBLI locations — an all-time record. Online registration, along with program and speaker information, can be found at akpsi.org.

interests of our members and guests, the schedule will also include a variety of social activities, such as the popular Alumni Night Out and tours of local attractions. Chapter Congress Meeting. The backbone of the Convention is the Chapter Congress Meeting. Chapter delegates will have the opportunity to participate in the legislative process and affect the future of AKPsi. Fraternity issues will be discussed and voted on and officers will be elected. College of Leadership. The COL, a unique program focusing on chapter management for students and volunteer leaders, will be held following the Chapter Congress Meeting. It will focus on advanced team and chapter leadership, effective recruitment strategies, fundraising, risk management and more. Just for alumni. With its emphasis on alumni participation, the fraternity is continuing its a la carte options so alumni with time and family constraints can still have fun in Phoenix. Many of these events are being designed for alumni who have not been involved with the fraternity in recent years or not at all after college, and would enjoy mingling with other

Fraternity returns to the Southwest for Convention The 56th Convention will be held at Phoenix’s historic Arizona Biltmore hotel, July 27-30. The Convention — AKPsi’s premier event — is held once every two years. It was previously in Phoenix in 1997. The Convention includes the Chapter Congress Meeting and College of Leadership. However, recognizing the varied

The only existing hotel in the world with a Frank Lloyd Wright-influenced design, the Arizona Biltmore has been an Arizona landmark since its opening in 1929 when it was crowned “The Jewel of the Desert.”

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>> fraternity news alumni on a purely social level. Detailed information about the Convention — including registration rates, event schedules, hotel rates, frequently asked questions and more — is available at akpsi.org. To request a brochure via mail, contact the Heritage Center at (317) 872-1553 or mail@akpsi.org.

Updated strategic plan begins in earnest The fraternity’s board of directors has set the groundwork for an updated strategic plan for Alpha Kappa Psi. With input from students and alumni, committees

and focus groups, the fraternity seeks to bring its vision one step closer to reality: Alpha Kappa Psi is recognized as the premier developer of principled business leaders. Noting that the fraternity’s vision statement and core values established in 2003 are still relevant, the new strategic framework will focus primarily on four areas with the following objectives: Student Membership: The fraternity will experience annual growth in the number of chapters, initiates, average chapter size and retention. Alumni Membership: The number of active alumni will outpace collegiate member growth. Programing: AKPsi will provide and promote a contemporary array of programs and products that enhance the experiences of brotherhood and university life. Partnerships: The fraternity will elevate awareness of AKPsi through the cultivation of international and local business partnerships and resources. With these objectives in place, the board will begin soliciting input from various constituencies so it can further define the plan’s strategy and direction. The board expects the initial outcomes of the plan to begin taking effect in the 2011-12 fiscal year, although some results may be phased in earlier.

Diary celebrates its 100th volume The Diary of Alpha Kappa Psi reached a significant milestone with the publication of this issue: Volume 100, No. 1. While the Diary has always been the official magazine of the fraternity, its history actually predates the current publication. LEFT: The February, 1913 issue of The Diary debuted as the official publication of Alpha Kappa Psi. RIGHT: With the fraternity’s core values serving as its base, Alpha Kappa Psi’s strategic plan (see page 5) is focusing on student and alumni membership, programs and partnerships.

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2011-16 STRATEGIC PLAN

VISION Alpha Kappa Psi is recognized as the premier developer of principled business leaders.

PROGRAMS Provide and promote a contemporary array of programs and products that enhance the experiences of brotherhood and university life.

PARTNERSHIPS Elevate awareness of AKPsi through cultivation of international and local business partnerships and resources.

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The fraternity will experience annual growth in the number of chapters, initiates, average chapter size and retention.

The number of active alumni will outpace collegiate member growth.

CORE VALUES In developing principled business leaders, Alpha Kappa Psi adheres to these lifetime values: Brotherhood Trust, respect, cooperation, companionship and aid to brothers is the expected norm Knowledge Education and experience is emphasized and shared Integrity All actions, whether in business or in life, are guided by honesty, ethics and fairness Service Sharing of time, talent, and treasure with society and with our fraternity is a priority Unity A common understanding of our vision and values that transcends chapter, generation and profession is utilized to anticipate and create the future

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>> fraternity news The magazine was first suggested by Founder Howard M. Jefferson at a meeting of the Alpha Chapter in 1907. He spoke of “the practicability of publishing regularly a sort of journal or newspaper or bulletin containing matters of information regarding the fraternity and its members under the editorship of a committee to be appointed for that purpose.” The following year the chapter introduced The Alpha Diary as a monthly publication with Jefferson serving as its editor. The magazine continued as a publication of the Alpha Chapter until the 1912 Convention voted to transfer the magazine from the chapter to the fraternity. In February of 1913, vol. 1 no. 1 of The

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AKPSI.ORG Visit the fraternity’s website and get connected

Diary was published as the official magazine of Alpha Kappa Psi. Since then, 18 individuals have served as editor of the Diary, of which only five have held the position since 1928.

Second year for Fraternity Advisors Conference The fraternity will be holding its second annual Fraternity Advisors Conference June 3-5. Because chapter and faculty advisors are two of the primary vehicles for training chapter officers and maintaining sound chapter operations within the fraternity, Alpha Kappa Psi introduced the Fraternity Advisors Conference last

Have an iPhone? Available exclusively for the iPhone, members can use the Alpha Kappa Psi Fraternity Fan App to log into akpsi.org and read news, search the member directory, view other members’ profiles, connect with and message members, view photo galleries, read and write to other members’ walls and stay better connected. The free app can be found at Apple’s App Store by searching for ‘Alpha Kappa Psi.’ The fraternity hopes to have a similar app available in the future for other smart phones.

SHOP THE MARKETPLACE Look no further for the best collection of Alpha Kappa Psi merchandise. The fraternity offers a full range of items including T-shirts, hoodies, caps, scarves, ties and decals. Chapter supplies and graduation items are also available. MAKE A GIFT TODAY The Alpha Kappa Psi Foundation’s 2010-11 Annual Fund campaign began on July 1 and will conclude on June 30. Make a gift and include yourself among the loyal supporters who help make scholarship and leadership development opportunities available for our future business leaders. REGISTER FOR PBLI OR CONVENTION Students and alumni can register online at akpsi.org for February’s Principled Business Leadership Institute and July’s Convention. Students can take advantage of group discounts for either event while alumni will enjoy the special a la carte options available for the Convention. LEARN ABOUT THE GREENLEAF CENTER FOR SERVANT LEADERSHIP Through the fraternity’s partnership with the Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership, our members get discounted memberships and access to conferences. Learn more about what it means to be a “servant-leader” and take advantage of this special member benefit. JOIN THE OFFICIAL FACEBOOK PAGE The fraternity’s presence on Facebook continues to grow! Keep in touch with AKPsi and your fellow brothers by joining Alpha Kappa Psi’s official fan page. You can also network by joining LinkedIn and Plaxo, and follow the fraternity on Twitter.

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Newest chapters and colonies 1. BARUCH COLLEGE Colony

8. GARDEN STATE ALUMNI Colony (1975)

15. NEBRASKA - OMAHA Colony

22. ROCHESTER Colony

2. BOSTON ALUMNI Colony (1922)

9. GEORGE MASON Colony, Pi Sigma (1999)

16. NEW ORLEANS Colony

23. ROOSEVELT Colony

3. CSU - FULLERTON Colony

10. LOUISVILLE Colony, Omicron Phi (1998)

17. NEW ORLEANS ALUMNI Colony

24. SALT LAKE CITY ALUMNI Colony (1926)

4. CSU - SAN BERNARDINO Colony, Iota Omicron (1972)

11. LOUISVILLE ALUMNI Colony

18. NEW YORK ALUMNI Colony (1921)

25. SAN FRANCISCO STATE Colony

5. COLORADO COLLEGE Colony, Sigma (1919)

12. MIT Colony

19. ORANGE COUNTY ALUMNI Colony (1984)

26. TEMPLE Colony

6. DAYTON Colony, Delta Nu (1956)

13. MILE HIGH ALUMNI (Denver) Colony (1924)

20. PORTLAND STATE Colony, Epsilon Omega (1963)

27. TULSA - OKLAHOMA CITY ALUMNI Colony

7. DALLAS / FORT WORTH ALUMNI Colony (1949)

14. MONMOUTH (N.J.) Colony

21. RALEIGH/DURHAM ALUMNI Colony

NORTHWEST REGION NORTHEAST REGION EASTCENTRAL REGION

NORTHCENTRAL REGION

EASTERN REGION WESTCENTRAL REGION SOUTHWEST REGION

MIDWEST REGION CENTRAL REGION

MIDEAST REGION

Collegiate chapter or colony SOUTHERN REGION Alumni chapter or colony SOUTHCENTRAL REGION SOUTHEAST REGION

The fraternity is geographically divided into 13 regions, each managed by a team of volunteers. Each of these teams is led by an elected regional director who oversees his or her regional management team. RMT members include chapter and faculty advisors, regional managers, chapter advisory board (CAB) members and others. For information on how to help a new chapter or volunteer in your area, visit the ‘Volunteer Opportunities’ section at akpsi.org.

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>> fraternity news year to help advisors strengthen their skills and become better resources for their chapters. This all-expenses-paid three-day conference is held in Indianapolis and is designed to be a high-level experience that teaches advisors not only how to effectively advise their students, but why students respond to certain tactics and why the advising role is essential — when done correctly — to fostering a positive AKPsi experience for our student members. The FAC focuses on the concepts, skills, and values our advisors need to be effective in their roles as chapter and fraternity leaders. Curriculum is centered on balancing the roles of mentoring and coaching, organizational development, training and identifying future leaders, creating a culture of accountability, and how to transition chapter leaders from current to future roles. Last year, the inaugural conference was attended by 56 chapter and faculty advisors. The FAC will be held annually and any official advisor (chapter or faculty) may attend the conference at no cost once every three years.

Chapters closed or placed on probation Since the last publication of the Diary, three chapters have been found in

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LIFE LOYAL Fraternity welcomes its newest Life Members violation of the laws of Alpha Kappa Psi after investigations by the fraternity’s Judiciary Committee. These chapters were placed on probation for demonstrating behaviors considered to be detrimental to the reputation of the fraternity and/or the health and well-being of its members. Chapters placed on probation received corrective action plans and were declared ineligible for chapter-based awards during their probationary periods. Also, the schools at which these chapters reside were contacted and may face further disciplinary actions from their universities. Texas – San Antonio. Status: Placed on probation until June 30, 2011. Responsible for: Alcohol policy violations including failure to establish precautions to prevent excessive drinking, underage drinking and playing drinking games. Old Dominion. Status: Placed on probation until December 30, 2011. Responsible for: Failing to adhere to Pledge Education Program (PEP) protocol in removal of pledges, including failure to enact pledge action plans and utilizing improper voting procedures — resulting in improper removal of pledges. UCLA. Status: Placed on probation until December 31, 2012. Responsible for: Hazing policy violations including verbal harassment and abuse through derogatory pledging activities and creating a hostile environment toward pledges with a general culture of hazing. <<

The Life Membership certificate of Founder Robert S. Douglas is on display at the Heritage Center in Indianapolis. The following individuals became Life Members between July 24 and November 1: Andrew Blair, Towson ‘08-Life Dustin Bryant, Indiana State ‘07-Life Jack Bush, Missouri ’56-Life Dianna Francisco, Miami ‘07-Life Tymon Graham, South Carolina State ‘08-Life Courtney Harrison CFV, Lamar ‘05-Life Joelle Johnson, St. John’s ‘06-Life Robert Kay, Nevada-Las Vegas ‘08-Life Ryan Myers, Iowa State ’05-Life Edwin Nelson, Boston ‘57-Life Mary Powers, Austin Peay ‘94-Life Zuri Stackhouse, South Carolina State ’10-Life Timothy Tanis, Northern Michigan ‘02-Life Kerry Worthington, Towson ‘09-Life Amanda Young, Chapman ‘07-Life Not a Life Member? Visit akpsi.org to learn more about this special program.

Protecting our values. Supporting our programming. Providing quality products. When you purchase from a licensed vendor, you are assured a quality product at a competitive price — with a portion of the proceeds directly benefitting the programming and guidance offered by Alpha Kappa Psi. Visit greeklicensing.com to find licensed vendors in your area.

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LIFE LOYAL MEMBERSHIP Life Loyal Members are alumni and undergraduates, of all ages, who choose to continue to take advantage of their Alpha Kappa Psi membership long after their college years. They include scores of successful men and women from every walk of life who have added distinction to themselves and AKPsi by becoming Life Members.

Since 1929, Life Membership has been an enduring tradition of our great fraternity. If you are not a Life Member and pride your membership in Alpha Kappa Psi, why not inscribe your name where it will stand as a memorial to you and your enduring loyalty? Life Membership entitles you to the following benefits:

FOR LIFE - A membership certificate suitable for framing and the oďŹ&#x192;cial Life Membership monogram button FOR LIFE - A subscription to the award-winning Diary of Alpha Kappa Psi FOR LIFE - Special oďŹ&#x20AC;ers and discounts as authorized from time to time by the fraternity

The cost to become a Life Member is $400. Students and those who graduated within the past two years are eligible for the discounted rate of $200. To become a Life Member, mail payment to the Alpha Kappa Psi Heritage Center at 7801 E 88th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46256-1233. For more information, or to join online, visit akpsi.org.

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ethics matter A business without values is a business at risk Talking about values has become an industry. Best-selling books promote earthly virtues for living and spiritual values for reflecting. Conventional wisdom — and opinion leaders such as the Dalai Lama and the late Basil Cardinal Hume — believe that the decade of greed is evolving into an era in which many people are seeking the meaning of life. That’s all fine. But the last time we looked, the business world was still engaged in delivering goods and services and making a profit. Does that mean that business ethics are an oxymoron? No. Values have a pragmatic place in the business world precisely because of society’s shifting sands. Name any of the currents that are buffeting organizations today and you’ll find a rationale for values-driven management. Here are a few:

Globalization: Individuals raised in diverse cultures may have different reactions to various questions or issues. Instead of describing some actions as ethical and others unethical, some prefer to say they are dealing with cultural sensitivities. But that doesn’t help companies or their employees understand what is expected of them.

Diversity: Individuals of different ages, religions, and gender clearly have distinct and perhaps contrasting ideas about appropriate ways to behave in an organization, depending upon their perspectives and life experiences. Their interpretations of the same set of facts, as well as their response to them, may differ widely.

Strategic alliances: The individuals you work with on a daily basis may not be fellow employees. They may be customers, suppliers, or even competitors, who are not even a part of your own organizational culture and business goal framework.

Cost pressures: Often eliminated in rounds of cost-cutting are the compliance police and structural backups designed to prevent misdeeds. Individuals are increasingly left on their own to make decisions. Virtual work: With so many employees out in the field, working from home or at other diverse locations, a common organizational standard of behavior is difficult to assimilate from afar.

Teamwork: Hierarchical management structures are being replaced by teams, with leadership

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earned by personal skill rather than title. This eliminates the “because I told you so” standard of decision making.

than not, business acted as if they were.

Entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship: Many companies are encouraging employees at the lowest possible level to take risks, innovate, and even spend company resources, acting like owners of the business. With responsibility for major decisions comes the necessity to act responsibly.

Competitive, 24-hour media: Few organizations have the luxury of time to figure out what the right response should be to an ethical crisis, particularly if the crisis is public rather than private. When a crisis occurs in the public eye, the aggressive competitiveness of a multiplicity of 24-hour media outlets makes it imperative that the manager’s first response be the right one.

Deregulated government: As regulation is replaced by voluntary industry and company codes, government laws and enforcement are no longer the only or the complete resources for those looking for answers or limitations. Of course, they never really were but, more often

Start With the Law Talking about values is hard work because the meaning is subject to interpretation. The best place to start is to consider a few basic values appropriate to the economic structure of your company, the community, and the industry.

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Through the fraternity’s partnership with Bentley University’s Center for Business Ethics, AKPsi members get a membership discount and access to valuable resources. The CBE promotes integrity and trust in business by encouraging the establishment of organizational cultures and practices that drive ethically responsible decision making and conduct to create long-term economic, social and environmental value. The center staff pursues this mission through the application of expertise, research, education and a collaborative approach to dissemination of best practices. Visit akpsi.org for more information about this and other AKPsi partnerships.

The lowest common denominator is the law, and thus, is a logical place to begin. Glenn Coleman, former director of communications and training in the office of ethics and business conduct at EDS, proposes that companies first make a list of laws, regulations, and procedures that apply to them. It might be a short list, but it will remind managers of obvious prohibitions. These legal prohibitions may lead to the next level and suggest ideas about what’s moral, ethical, and valued in the organization. A discussion of values implies agreement that a company will do more than just what is legally required. However, narrowing down a long list of other values that will apply to work is not easy. Managers may want to start with the obvious ones, such as a moral obligation not to cause harm, steal, and lie. How do these play out in a work situation? For example, if we agree we have an obligation not to cause harm, how will that work in our corporate culture? The Thoikol engineers who were hesitant about the safety of the O-ring in cold temperatures no doubt could point to how the attitude of the Challenger space managers inhibited their ability to push their concerns up to the final decision makers. After all seven astronauts were killed in the resulting explosion, investigators suggested that


NASA officials were operating in a “getthis-launched-at-all-costs” culture rather than one in which “safety first” was the predominant value. Organization values can’t be selected by three top managers brainstorming in a conference room for an hour. Selection of the core values for an organization should be guided by three words: test, test, and test. If employees at all levels of the organization don’t respond positively to the values emphasized, chances are that the effort will be fruitless. Choose to do the right thing It seems clear that businesses without values are businesses at risk. Their reputations suffer in the marketplace, depressing stock prices and eroding consumer confidence. Recruitment of talented personnel is more difficult. Many companies now

perform due diligence on companies they are considering as partners or suppliers, and are passing on those that don’t meet their ethical standards. Employee morale is also higher in a company that has well-developed values and lives by them. A commitment to shared values, rather than a culture that is based on distrust of employees, encourages employees to aspire to success. A study by professors at Bentley University found that among the benefits of a value-based culture are increased awareness of ethical issues, commitment to the organization, employee integrity, willingness to communicate openly about problems, willingness to report an ethics violation to management, improved decision making, willingness to seek advice about ethical issues, and reduced unethical conduct.

Perhaps the best reason for valuebased management comes from Center for Business Ethics Executive Fellow Emeritus John Casey, who wrote Ethical Decisions in the Financial Marketplace. “Laws alone are a poor substitute for morality. The greatest blessing of living in a free society is that we have the ability to steer ourselves. Once we give up that ability, that privilege, we risk losing sight of the ethical spirit and the law becomes a cage. We’ll do, as so many others have done in this century, just what we’re told to do. The world can no longer afford that kind of obedience.” << Excerpted with permission from Ethics Matters: How to Implement Values Driven Management by Driscoll and Hoffman of tbe Center for Business Ethics at Bentley University in Waltham, Massachusetts.

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5. Training. Few employees instinctively know how to make complex ethical decisions. Training sessions that allow employees to exchange views about the importance of ethics and about the issues and values that specifically relate to their daily work are critical. 6. Resources. Ensure employees, as well as suppliers, customers, and others, have resources they can access when a question or a problem arises, whether through phone lines, Web sites, specific communications vehicles, or another resource. 7. Organizational ownership. Values can’t be mandated; you need 100 percent buy-in from every person affected. It’s a continuous process of communication, discussion, and debate throughout all areas of the organization. 8. Consistent standards and enforcement. Employees must know and understand the standard and the punishment for not abiding by it. Then, the application has to be consistent at all levels. 9. Audits and evaluations. Constantly monitoring and measuring the effectiveness of programs is essential to success. 10. Revision and reform. A program to instill values into an organization must be more than a static model that sits on a shelf gathering dust. It must be a living instrument. Circumstances and situations change and programs must adapt.

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ANNUAL REPORT Dear brothers, parents and friends of Alpha Kappa Psi: On behalf of myself and the board of directors of the Alpha Kappa Psi foundation, I wish to express our sincere thanks for your financial support in 2009-10. Because of your contributions, whether cash, stock or other possessions, you have given generously to help us succeed in fulfilling the mission of the foundation and in turn the vision of the fraternity: Alpha Kappa Psi is recognized as the premier developer of principled business leaders. While many of you have given through our annual fund campaign, others have included the foundation in their wills. Some have named the foundation to benefit from charitable trusts or as the beneficiary of life insurance policies

and IRA accounts. All of these gifts – whether current or deferred – are deeply appreciated and we owe you our sincere gratitude not only for your generosity, but also for your expression of confidence in our leadership. We want you to know that your continued gifts are greatly appreciated and that we do not take your generosity for granted. We take great care to be good

stewards of the resources you provide. As an investor in our future business leaders, you have honored us and we desire to honor you by making sure the Alpha Kappa Psi foundation is all that you expect it to be both now and in the future. Again, thank you for every gift – past, present and future – that you have made or will commit to make to the Alpha Kappa Psi Foundation. Your forward thinking will help to secure the future of Alpha Kappa Psi, its educational programs and scholarships for all brothers that follow. In U-- and I--, David P. Wendroff CFV, Portland ’79-Life Foundation Chairman

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LIFETIME GIVING Honored here are donors who made at least one gift during the 2009-10 campaign (July 1, 2009 - June 30, 2010) and have a lifetime giving history of $1,000 or more. LEGACY CIRCLE | $75,000+ Gordon L. Snider, Colorado College ‘37-Life (2) + Stephen Vasquez CFV, Arizona State ‘72-Life (9) +

BLUE & GOLD CIRCLE | $50,000+ R.K. Lee, Washington ‘67-Life (18) + National Philanthropic Trust DAF (6) Daniel J. Roselli, Michigan State ‘89-Life (6) +

CREST CIRCLE | $25,000+ Council of Alpha (9) Robert E. Richardson, Iowa ‘76-Life (18) % & Pamela L. Richardson, Drake ‘81-Life (18) Chris J. Rufer, UCLA ‘68-Life (17) David P. Wendroff CFV, Portland ‘79-Life (16) + & Wendy A. Wendroff CFV, Tri-State ‘80-Life (16) +

GALLEY CIRCLE | $10,000+ AEGON Transamerica Foundation (2) Heather E. Allen CFV, Florida State ‘89-Life (13) + Paul R. Bailey, Michigan State ‘88-Life (5) + Bank of America Foundation (3) Paul J. Brinker, Cincinnati ‘84-Life (15) + & Leslie-Ann J. Brinker, Old Dominion ‘76-Life (15) + Angela D. Brown, Adrian College ‘81-Life (18) + Robert A. Davenport, Old Dominion ‘86-Life (18) Florida Gold Coast Alumni (13) Kenneth B. Hastey, Saint Louis ‘76-Life (18) & Jill Johansen Hastey, Drake ‘85-Life % (18) William C. Himstreet, USC ‘54-Life (16) Scott D. Howell, Texas Tech ‘79-Life (9) & Eileen L. Howell, Wisconsin - Milwaukee ‘77-Life (9) Omicron Tau Chapter (Rutgers) William D. Reeves, Georgia State ‘59-Life (16) Todd J. Regis, Western Michigan ‘86-Life (17) + Edward B. Rust, Illinois Wesleyan ‘70-Life Mark D. Warden, USC ‘81-Life (12) + Arthur W. Carlson, Minnesota ‘49-Life (11)

LOYALTY CIRCLE | $5,000+ Tony C. Clark, Iowa ‘74-Life (18) J. Elliott Cunningham, Texas State ‘76-Life (2) Sue Duli (12) Gary L. Epperson, Hoosier Alumni ‘92-Honorary/Life (18) Jeffrey E. Frank, Eastern Michigan ‘86-Life (16) Gamma Epsilon Chapter (Penn State) Michael E. Gerwe, Miami (Ohio) ‘56-Life (8) Mark C. MacGibbon, Portland ‘96-Life (11) Phil D. May, Saint Louis ‘86-Life (10) Richard W. McVay, Texas Tech ‘79-Life (8) + Microsoft (4) J. Mark Miller, West Georgia ‘70-Faculty/Life (18) Timothy S. Mitchell, Arizona State ‘95 (4) Omicron Psi Chapter (Kentucky) (2) Alexis P. Perdomo CFV, Florida International ‘92-Life (11) & Patricia S. Perdomo, Florida International ‘93-Life (11) Robert A. Spansky, Detroit (Day Division) ‘62-Life (18) Charles D. Steffens, Portland ‘87-Life (10) Melissa J. Stowe CFV, Iowa State ‘98-Life (8) Lee Voegler, American ‘98-Life (12) John J. Von Achen, Upsala College ‘74-Life (18) Wadeco Manufacturing Company (6) Cynthia A. Washington, Saint Louis ‘82-Life (17) William R. Wehmeyer, Southeast Missouri ‘85-Life (17) John R. Wielandy, Saint Louis ‘62-Life (12) Xi Omicron Chapter (Texas-San Antonio)

FRIENDSHIP CIRCLE $1,000+ American Endowment Foundation William V. Angeloff, Pittsburgh ‘56-Life (2) C Kevin Armstrong, Cincinnati ‘92-Life (5) Gregory M. Arnold, Old Dominion ‘84-Life (17) & Susan L. Arnold, Ohio State ‘80-Life (17) William D. Barker, Emory ‘48-Life (9) Louis R. Barkman, Michigan State ‘98-Life (8) Beecher Carlson Holdings, Inc (4) Bernard and Nancy Bell (2) Beta Rho Chapter (West Virginia) Henry J. Binder, Wayne State ‘47-Life (15) Vincent V. Bitz CFV, California - San Diego ‘01 (3)

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Anthony T. Meyer, Florida ‘96-Life (11) & Kathryn M. Meyer, Florida State ‘97 (11) Wayne R. Miller, Florida ‘83-Life & Teri A. Miller, Florida ‘83-Life Michael H. Molnar, Toledo ‘01-Life (5) Melvin C. Moore, Virginia Tech ‘86-Life (17) + Randolph L. Myers, Long Beach State ‘57-Life (18) Gary K. Nelson, Portland State ‘65-Life (11) Andrea Nemeth CFV, Montclair State ‘91-Life (10) James H. Nero, George Washington ‘68-Life (2) Alicia D. Neumann CFV, Saint Louis ‘96-Life (12) Donald J. Nichols, Wisconsin - Milwaukee ‘60-Life (12) Nissan North America, Inc (2) William A. O’Brien, Old Dominion ‘69-Life (13) Dennis S. Palkon, Florida Atlantic ‘04-Faculty (6) Brian D. Parker, Indiana ‘93-Life (13) Steven M. Patch, Michigan State ‘77-Life (10) Douglas D. Patrick, Fordham ‘86-Life (3) Marisa A. Pont, Nebraska ‘04 (6) Manuel E. Pravia CFV, Miami ‘89-Life (14) David A. Ralston, Richmond ‘94-Life (7) William K. Rapp, Arizona ‘58-Life (7) Laurie A. Raulston, Middle Tennessee ‘88-Life (12) & Mark C. Raulston, Middle Tennessee ‘91-Life (12) Timothy J. Reedy, Bradley ‘79-Life (13) Larry D. Roberts, Wyoming ‘65-Life (12) B. Leslie Robinson, Southern Illinois ‘65-Life (11) Jeffrey T. Rouse, Old Dominion ‘86-Life & Theresa M. Rouse, Old Dominion ‘87-Life Andrew A. Rupp, Fort Hays State ‘74-Life (6) Leo V. Ryan, Marquette ‘44-Life (12) Marvin W. Sapaugh, Baylor ‘61-Life Peter G. Sarles, Babson College ‘58-Life (8) Ilyne B. Sbar, Miami ‘88-Life (10) David J. Scholes, New York ‘65-Life (5) Robert N. Schreck, UCLA ‘63-Life H. Roger Secrest, Michigan ‘48-Life (16) Jessica R. Seitz, Auburn ‘02-Honorary/Life (10) Ann M. Sexton, Toledo ‘82-Life (18) Dennis D. Shiplett, Youngstown State ‘67-Life (15) Albert D. Shonk, USC ‘52-Life (18) Alan M. Siktberg, Ball State ‘02-Life (8) Kenneth L. Sjoberg, Florida State ‘91-Life (5) Walter J. Smith, Florida ‘65-Life (10) Gregory M. Sottolano CFV, American ‘96-Life (2) Jean M. Souweine, UNC - Chapel Hill ‘52-Life (4) Gerard T. Staeger, Detroit (Day Division) ‘80-Life (12) Scott R. Stampflmeier CFV, Toledo ‘98-Life (7) & Erin A. Stampflmeier ‘01 (7) Ariane L. Stone, Nova Southeastern ‘05-Life (5) Dan L. Stubblefield CFV, Middle Tennessee ‘89-Life (10) + Alexander T. Sultan CFV, San Diego State ‘93-Life (10) Charles E. Swanson, Michigan ‘49-Life (4) John W. Sweitzer, Seton Hall ‘65-Life (13) Steven T. Tabac, Michigan ‘63-Life (8) + Vin A. Taylor, USC ‘58-Life (5) William F. Templin, Illinois ‘41-Life (18) John E. Terhune, Wayne State ‘42-Life (13) William F. Thompson, Virginia ‘70-Life (17) Don A. Tidwell, Texas ‘56-Life (4) Delia G. Tillman, Georgia State ‘94-Life Susan A. Titshaw, Middle Tennessee ‘91-Life (10) Cristina M. Trabada, Florida International ‘92-Life (2) Thomas N. Tran CFV, Penn State ‘02-Life (4) Paul E. Turner, Louisiana Tech ‘80-Life (6) Robert S. Ukrop, Richmond ‘68-Life (12) United Way of The Inland Valleys (7) Donald H. Van Hove, Detroit (Day Division) ‘60-Life (10) John L. Van Vliet, Detroit (Day Division) ‘62-Life (6) Christine M. Vasquez CFV, Arizona State ‘98-Life (9) + Lane N. Velayo, Cincinnati ‘00-Life (9) William A. Wade, Seattle ‘05-Honorary (7) Suzanne M. Ward, Drake ‘92-Life (14) Christopher J. Warmuth, USC ‘74-Life (9) Jeffrey B. Warner, Iowa ‘84-Life (13) Gregory P. Weber, Montclair State ‘81-Life (12) John C. Werner, Virginia ‘86-Life Lee E. Whitcomb, Wisconsin ‘53-Life (4) Maurice C. Workman, Illinois ‘48-Life (18) Zachary H. Wright, UNC - Chapel Hill ‘91-Life (9) William B. Yersin, Carroll College ‘62-Life (18) Dominic R. Zaccone, Southern Illinois ‘82-Life (4) Gerald P. Zimmerman, Virginia Tech ‘75-Life (7)


GIFTS by CLUB LEVEL The following list includes all donors who made $100+ gifts to the Annual Fund for the campaign year July 1, 2009, through June 30, 2010. Only contributions made during 2009-10 are included in this report. Gifts processed after July 1, 2010, will appear in the foudation’s 2010-11 report next fall. 1904 SOCIETY | $10,000+ Gordon L. Snider, Colorado College ‘37-Life (2) + # Stephen Vasquez CFV, Arizona State ‘72-Life (9) +

CHAIRMAN’S CLUB | $5,000+ Gamma Epsilon Chapter National Philanthropic Trust DAF (6) Robert E. Richardson, Iowa ‘76-Life (18) % & Pamela L. Richardson, Drake ‘81-Life (18) Daniel J. Roselli, Michigan State ‘89-Life (6) + Chris J. Rufer, UCLA ‘68-Life (17) David P. Wendroff CFV, Portland ‘79-Life (16) + & Wendy A. Wendroff CFV, Tri-State ‘80-Life (16) +

PRESIDENT’S CLUB | $2,500+ Heather E. Allen CFV, Florida State ‘89-Life (13) + Paul R. Bailey, Michigan State ‘88-Life (5) + The Brand Foundation of New York, Inc Barton H. Kogan, George Washington ‘67 (2) Microsoft (4) Melissa J. Stowe CFV, Iowa State ‘98-Life (8)

FOUNDER’S CLUB | $1,000+ AEGON Transamerica Foundation (2) American Endowment Foundation Bernard and Nancy Bell (2) Beta Rho Chapter (West Virginia) Paul J. Brinker, Cincinnati ‘84-Life (15) + & Leslie-Ann J. Brinker, Old Dominion ‘76-Life (15) + Lisa A. Calandriello CFV, American ‘97-Life (5) Community Foundation for Southeastern Michigan Council of Alpha (9) Enterprise Holdings Foundation Florida Gold Coast Alumni (13) Michael E. Gerwe, Miami (Ohio) ‘56-Life (8) William C. Himstreet, USC ‘54-Life (16) Scott D. Howell, Texas Tech ‘79-Life (9) & Eileen L. Howell, Wisconsin - Milwaukee ‘77-Life (9) Richard A. Hughey, Pittsburgh-Johnstown ‘91-Life (6) Frank D. Lackner, Hofstra ‘89-Life (3) Mark C. MacGibbon, Portland ‘96-Life (11) Timothy S. Mitchell, Arizona State ‘95 (4) Dennis S. Palkon, Florida Atlantic ‘04-Faculty (6) Edward B. Rust, Illinois Wesleyan ‘70-Life Wadeco Manufacturing Company (6) John C. Werner, Virginia ‘86-Life Lee E. Whitcomb, Wisconsin ‘53-Life (4) Xi Omicron Chapter (Texas-San Antonio)

BROOKLYN BRIDGE CLUB | $500+ Michelle D. Baker, Florida ‘91 Bank of America Foundation (3) Beecher Carlson Holdings, Inc (4) Angela D. Brown, Adrian College ‘81-Life (18) + Arthur W. Carlson, Minnesota ‘49-Life (11) Jacqueline C. Earley, Illinois ‘97 Richard and Deborah Ganchan Elaine J. Hamilton, Auburn ‘92-Life Timothy J. Hampton, Saint Louis ‘76-Life (7) % & Elizabeth A. Hampton, Saint Louis ‘78-Life (7) William M. Hansmeyer, Texas-San Antonio ‘94-Life (3) Michael C. Harris (2) KPMG Washington Foundation (2) R.K. Lee, Washington ‘67-Life (18) + John J. Makowski, Oakland ‘86-Life (8) Phil D. May, Saint Louis ‘86-Life (10) Alexis P. Perdomo CFV, Florida International ‘92-Life (11) & Patricia S. Perdomo, Florida International ‘93-Life (11) William D. Reeves, Georgia State ‘59-Life (16) Andrew A. Rupp, Fort Hays State ‘74-Life (6) David J. Scholes, New York ‘65-Life (5) Gregory M. Sottolano CFV, American ‘96-Life (2) Alexander T. Sultan CFV, San Diego State ‘93-Life (10) Thomas N. Tran CFV, Penn State ‘02-Life (4) United Way of The Inland Valleys (7) John R. Wielandy, Saint Louis ‘62-Life (12)

Gregory M. Arnold, Old Dominion ‘84-Life (17) & Susan L. Arnold, Ohio State ‘80-Life (17) William Babboni Vance A. Baker, Nebraska ‘50-Life (7) Bank of the West (2) William D. Barker, Emory ‘48-Life (9) Thomas E. Barry, Southern Illinois ‘63-Life (4) Richard V. Battle, Texas ‘70-Life (3) John R. Bebes, Michigan State ‘84-Life Chris B. Beckcom Llewellyn N. Belcourt, Boston ‘50-Life (2) Richard A. Bender, Ohio State ‘65-Life (4) Martin Berger Barbara A. Berry, West Texas A & M ‘84-Life (7) Beta Iota Chapter (Buffalo) Loren J. Bidle, Central Michigan ‘72-Life (6) Henry J. Binder, Wayne State ‘47-Life (15) Vincent V. Bitz CFV, California - San Diego ‘01 (3) Lowell Bivens Rebecca M. Bozek, Oakland ‘86-Life John A. Brossack, Tri-State ‘71-Life (5) Charles M. Brown, West Virginia ‘49-Life (14) Thomas H. Browning, Arizona ‘60-Life (18) Lee R. Brunner, Georgia Tech ‘01 Dustin M. Bryant, Indiana State ‘07 (2) Frank J. Brye, Western Michigan ‘60-Life (4) Randall C. Budden, Michigan - Dearborn ‘82-Life (9) Kyle M. Bunch, Western Kentucky ‘02-Life (6) Arthur L. Burke, Florida ‘57-Life (6) Christopher A. Bush, Jacksonville ‘84-Life (6) Stephanie D. Caccamese, Fairleigh Dickinson ‘97-Life (6) Melissa Campo Duggan, Florida International ‘95-Life James L. Canvasser, Oakland ‘98-Life (10) Thomas A. Carey, Western Michigan ‘92-Life (15) Robert E. Carlson, Drake ‘93-Life (14) William T. Carnahan, Wichita State ‘61-Life (6) Kerri Carney Fredrick and Claudia Carr Cynthia Carr Carol R. Carter, Gustavus Adolphus ‘76-Life (5) Nancy Catan James E. Chandler, Boston ‘50-Life (8) Donald S. Chapman, Georgia ‘59-Life (5) Colin and Martha Chasler Wendy Chayet Joel M. Chusid, Tennessee ‘68-Life (4) Richard D. Clark, Columbia ‘49-Life (18) Nicholas B. Clark CFV, Old Dominion ‘86-Life (5) James Clarke, Bellevue ‘79-Life (4) Benjamin M. Clements, Nebraska ‘07 Denise Coe Bobby L. Collier, Tennessee Tech ‘68-Life (2) James M. Connors, Boston ‘07-Life (3) Cheryl Corbin Ralph and Lisa Cornelius Gary and Drew Cosby Covidien (2) Courtney Cox Smith, Iowa ‘93-Life (6) James D. Crawford, Boise State ‘74-Life Donald C. Cundy, Eastern Michigan ‘70-Life (18)

SAPPHIRE CLUB | $250+ Babaesu Bey K. Adibe, Pennsylvania ‘98-Life (2) Hussain S. Al-Yousuf, North Carolina State ‘04 (2) Louis R. Barkman, Michigan State ‘98-Life (8) Adam G. Blangero, Georgia ‘97-Life (3) Jeffrey Boco, San Diego State ‘90-Life (2) Laurissa M. Bray, Southern Indiana ‘94-Life (12) Scott M. Burroughs, Washington State ‘99-Life John D. Cahill, Buffalo ‘52-Life (15) Tony C. Clark, Iowa ‘74-Life (18) Christopher J. Clemens, Ball State ‘03 (4) George M. Corrigan, Miami ‘47 (3) J. Elliott Cunningham, Texas State ‘76-Life (2) Robert A. Davenport, Old Dominion ‘86-Life (18) Jennifer J. Dobel CFV, Iowa State ‘01-Life (4) Gary L. Epperson, Hoosier Alumni ‘92-Hon/Life (18) Louis J. Ferony, Bellevue ‘86-Life (14) Steven L. Finch, Michigan - Dearborn ‘72 (6) & Sachiko D. Finch, Western Michigan ‘78-Life (6) Paula J. Geiger, Virginia Tech ‘89-Life (13) Nancy A. Ghizzone, Iowa ‘89-Life (14) Louis C. Golm, Denver ‘62-Life (3) Katherine L. Hardwick, Winthrop ‘93-Life (6) Monique A. Harps, American ‘01 (9) Kent R. Hastings, Colorado ‘62-Life (6) David M. Heimos, Missouri ‘74-Life (7) Lawrence J. Keefe, Saint Thomas ‘57-Life (4) Rufus B. Langley, UNC - Chapel Hill ‘62-Life (7) Todd H. Langley, Arizona ‘53-Life (18) Jess C. LaNore, Purdue ‘00-Honorary/Life (11) + Sherah A. LeBoeuf CFV, Loyola New Orleans ‘05-Life (4) Shannon C. Lehman, Lipscomb ‘07 (3) * John M. LeVering, Boise State ‘95-Life (4) Michael D. Lorenz, Michigan State ‘80-Life (5) Duncan L. Matteson, Missouri ‘54-Life (6) Robert E. McDonald, Florida State ‘79-Life (2) Anthony T. Meyer, Florida ‘96-Life (11) & Kathryn M. Meyer, Florida State ‘97 (11) J. Mark Miller, West Georgia ‘70-Faculty/Life (18) Paula Elaine Minton CFV, Western Kentucky ‘04 (6) Melvin C. Moore, Virginia Tech ‘86-Life (17) + Mathias Neumann William A. O’Brien, Old Dominion ‘69-Life (13) Omicron Psi Chapter (Kentucky) (2) Omicron Tau Chapter (Rutgers) Anthony D. Pappas CFV, Miami (Ohio) ‘03-Life (2) Marisa A. Pont, Nebraska ‘04 (6) Mark C. Raulston, Middle Tennessee ‘91-Life (12) & Laurie A. Raulston, Middle Tennessee ‘88-Life (12) Todd J. Regis, Western Michigan ‘86-Life (17) + Donald T. Sechler, Arizona State ‘96-Life Albert D. Shonk, USC ‘52-Life (18) Jean M. Souweine, UNC - Chapel Hill ‘52-Life (4) Albert M. Spradling, SE Missouri ‘68-Hon/Life (2) Lyle T. Staab, Fort Hays State ‘76-Life (5) Jan C. Swenson, Centenary College ‘97-Life (3) Eric Tang, USC ‘02-Life (6) Paul E. Turner, Louisiana Tech ‘80-Life (6) Donald H. Van Hove, Detroit (Day) ‘60-Life (10) Francis T. Veigle CFV, Central Florida ‘04 (3) Lee Voegler, American ‘98-Life (12) John J. Von Achen, Upsala College ‘74-Life (18) Rebecca M. Waltke, Nebraska ‘03 Dominic R. Zaccone, Southern Illinois ‘82-Life (4)

PATRON’S CLUB | $100+ Steven and Susan Ackerman Sonia A. Advani, Wisconsin ‘99-Life (6) + Whitelaw R. Allen, UCLA ‘50-Life Dalia Almager-Bryan, West Texas A & M ‘94-Life Amy E. Anda, American ‘00 Steven D. Anderson, Portland State ‘83-Life (7) Robert L. Anderson, Iowa ‘54 (7) Luke K. Anderson, Drake ‘99 William V. Angeloff, Pittsburgh ‘56-Life (2) Wayne H. Anthony, Seton Hall ‘86 (3) Betsy L. Aretz, Western Michigan ‘01 (4) C Kevin Armstrong, Cincinnati ‘92-Life (5)

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( ) Consecutive Giving Consecutive years of giving since the 1991-92 campaign are included in parenthesis. % Matching Gift Donor was eligible for a matching gift which was received during the campaign. *

Yellow Rose Society Recognition club for those undergraduates who made a minimum contribution of $10.

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Phillip G. Cunningham Katherine S. Dahlenburg, Illinois ‘76-Life (7) Jennifer A. Dakin, Seton Hall ‘91-Life (4) Debbie A. D’Amico, Tennessee ‘05 (2) Jenna C. Daniel, North Carolina State ‘06 (4) Family of Andrew Davenport James M. Davis, Middle Tennessee ‘70-Life (2) Guido E. De Angelis, St. Francis (Pa.) ‘64-Life (6) Katharine A. Denham, Eastern Michigan ‘92-Life (4) Cynthia M. DeStefano-Garrison, Stetson ‘94-Life Samuel and Concetta Di Re Michael G. Dickerson CFV, Virginia Tech ‘04-Life (7) + Darryl J. Dillenback, Clarkson ‘67-Life (4) Tana M. Dippolito, Buffalo ‘06 (5) Sarah K. Dow, California - Santa Barbara ‘05 (2) Scott A. Drogs, Michigan - Dearborn ‘88-Life (7) Stacey M. Drogs, Michigan - Dearborn ‘90-Life (7) Kelly M. Droop, Puget Sound ‘87-Life (3) Andrea K. Duda, Western Michigan ‘78-Life (4) Gary Dulaney Sue Duli (12) Gregory R. DuRoss, Wayne State ‘70-Life (6) + Craig R. Fain, Virginia Tech ‘00-Life (3) Edwin J. Feulner, Regis ‘60-Life (12) Peter M. Fleming, Long Beach State ‘73-Life (18) Robert T. Flesh, USC ‘72-Life (2) Christopher M. Folds CFV, Western Carolina ‘03-Life (2) William L. Foulds, Penn State ‘64-Life (12) Jeffrey E. Frank, Eastern Michigan ‘86-Life (16) Paul D. Freedle, UNC - Chapel Hill ‘60-Life (17) Leslie H. Freligh Lawrence A. Friend, Indiana ‘63-Life (5) Steven L. Frost, Adrian College ‘72-Life (6) Cody Fuller, Texas Lutheran ‘06 (2) Gregory L. Gabbard, Cincinnati ‘90-Life (9) Gamma Mu Chapter Robert F. Garvin, Michigan State ‘59-Life (7) Joel L. Gauthier, Michigan ‘64-Life (3) Bruce W. Genthner, Arizona ‘58-Life (4) Joseph N. Gerocs, San Diego State ‘03-Life (6) Andrew J. Gibbons, Lock Haven ‘96-Life Frank W. Giroux, Arizona State ‘72-Life David W. Gogel, Toledo ‘66-Life (16) Annette M. Goike, Wayne State ‘81-Life (11) William R. Goldammer, Marquette ‘54-Life (18) James D. Gray, Northern Michigan ‘69-Life (6) Albert P. Grupper, Clarkson ‘60-Life (7) Justin A. Guerra, Chapman ‘01 (4) Ashlee A. Guerra, Chapman ‘03 (4) Barry D. Gumaer, CSU - San Bernardino ‘93-Life (7) Randall L. Haines, Florida ‘65-Life (3) Leah M. Hamilton, Tennessee ‘06 (4) Robert L. Hammond, Iowa ‘70-Life (2) Lyle V. Hanson, Minnesota ‘49-Life (15) John and Mildred Harder (10) Kathryn L. Harris, West Virginia ‘05 (4) Courtney C. Harrison CFV, Lamar ‘05-Life (5) Charles J. Hass, Wisconsin ‘58-Life (12) Kenneth B. Hastey, Saint Louis ‘76-Life (18) Joel E. Hawley, Saint Louis ‘03 (4) Michael C. Heer, Towson ‘06-Life (4) Jonathan J. Heinlein CFV, American ‘02-Life (5) Thomas R. Hendry, Minnesota ‘64-Life (5) Irle R. Hicks, Virginia ‘48-Life (11) Jessica L. Hill CFV, Arizona State ‘95-Life (10) + Adam J. Hoelscher, Drake ‘01-Life (2) Julie Hogan Adam R. House, Southern Indiana ‘07 (2) Walter G. Hudson, West Texas A & M ‘72-Life (18) Derek W. Hunter CFV, Murray State ‘01-Life (8) Bruno and Sylvia Ierullo Lisa L. Irby, Saint Louis ‘83-Life (5) Stephen F. Jackson, Canisius College ‘79-Life LaTonya S. Jackson CFV, Alabama State ‘03 (3) Jill Johansen Hastey, Drake ‘85-Life (18) Douglas W. Johnson, St. Mary’s College ‘63-Life (6) Thomas A. Johnston, Tennessee ‘05 (5) Brent A. Jones, Louisville ‘99-Life (9) Donna J. Jones, Stephen F. Austin ‘82-Life (14) % Richard K. Jung, Boise State ‘83 (3) Thomas C. Kalnicki, Ohio State ‘90-Life (3) Kappa Phi Chapter Jerry A. Katz, Appalachian State ‘81-Life (17) Martha B. Katz, Appalachian State ‘81-Life (17) Suzanne Keen Melanie A. Kelsey, Puget Sound ‘91-Life Mark W. Kemp, Missouri ‘69-Life (5) William W. Kibler, Virginia Tech ‘58-Life (15) James H. Killian, UNC - Charlotte ‘70-Life (4) Leslie S. King William L. Koleszar, Florida State ‘86-Life (12) Kathy Kopen Robert R. Kratus, Canisius College ‘71-Life (12)

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Steven W. Kruse, Wichita State ‘74-Life (2) Andrei A. Kryssov, Chapman ‘05 (5) Jennifer H. Kuhn CFV, Colorado ‘99-Life (9) Kurt M. Kulpa, Central Michigan ‘75-Life (3) Jason J. Kunsa, UNC - Chapel Hill ‘91-Life (3) David A. Labowitz, UCLA ‘62-Life (16) John and Melissa Landis Daniel E. Lantis CFV, Nebraska ‘01 (2) William T. Laundon, North Carolina State ‘83-Life (14) Laura Marsh Marie D. Lawrick CFV, Boise State ‘85-Life (2) Chern C. Lee, California - San Diego ‘03 David W. LeTourneau, Fresno State ‘85 Joseph and Linda Lewkowicz Heather H. Long CFV, Winthrop ‘97-Life Brian G. Long, Central Michigan ‘65-Life (12) Harold W. Lundstrom, Bradley ‘63 (9) Marsha L. Lyons Thomas A. Mack, Stephen F. Austin ‘82-Life (14) Theresa M. Mack, Texas A & M ���84 (14) Michelle Mak, Rutgers ‘05 Benjamin D. Mallin, Cincinnati ‘47-Life (4) Carmine Mangino, Fordham - Lincoln Center ‘69 (2) David G. Maples, Michigan State ‘75 (3) David S. Margolis, Wayne State ‘76-Life (4) Robert A. Marra, New York ‘59-Life (7) Richard K. Mautz, Youngstown State ‘69-Life (8) James A. Mayer, Ball State ‘03 (4) Daniel J. McCleary, Florida ‘00 (6) Elizabeth L. McCullough, Jacksonville ‘87-Life (5) Alex C. McDonald, Denver ‘55-Life Marvin J. McElvain, Iowa ‘73-Life (7) Kathryn E. McKenzie, Western Carolina ‘02 (8) Jessica A. McQueston CFV, New Mexico ‘05 (5) Matthew R. Meer, Butler ‘02 (5) Barry R. Meinerth, Norwich ‘66-Life (2) Daniel D. Mendoza, Miami ‘99-Life (11) Karen Merrill Merrill Contracting & Remodelling, Inc Richard J. Meyer, Minnesota ‘56-Life (17) Barry I. Meyer, Florida ‘72-Life (3) Pamela A. Miksell CFV, Iowa ‘96-Life (4) Elizee Milhomme CFV, Florida Atlantic ‘02 Teri A. Miller, Florida ‘83-Life Wayne R. Miller, Florida ‘83-Life Ayaka M. Mitsunari, San Jose State ‘05 (2) John R. Moore, Austin Peay ‘04 (2) Brendan P. Moore, California - Riverside ‘01 (2) David L. Morris, Indiana ‘66 Leonard W. Morrison, Ohio State ‘57-Life (6) Randolph L. Myers, Long Beach State ‘57-Life (18) Gary K. Nelson, Portland State ‘65-Life (11) Edwin R. Nelson, Boston ‘57 (5) Andrea Nemeth CFV, Montclair State ‘91-Life (10) James H. Nero, George Washington ‘68-Life (2) Alicia D. Neumann CFV, Saint Louis ‘96-Life (12) Wade Newbegin Nyesha R. Newton, South Carolina State ‘99 (10) Donald J. Nichols, Wisconsin - Milwaukee ‘60-Life (12) Nissan North America, Inc (2) James G. Nussbaum, Illinois ‘59-Life (4) Whitney N. O’Brien, Indiana State ‘06 Chad N. Olszyk, Rutgers ‘98-Life (9) Bruce T. Orvis, Slippery Rock ‘01-Faculty (4) Phillip R. Paleg, Bradley ‘72 (3) Brian D. Parker, Indiana ‘93-Life (13) Steven M. Patch, Michigan State ‘77-Life (10) Douglas D. Patrick, Fordham ‘86-Life (3) Donna Pelura Mary R. Perry, North Carolina State ‘83-Life (3) R. Duane Perry, Wisconsin ‘43-Life (2) Jonathon R. Podvin, Minnesota ‘05 (2) Richard L. Popp, Cincinnati ‘97-Life (4) Manuel E. Pravia CFV, Miami ‘89-Life (14) David A. Ralston, Richmond ‘94-Life (7) William K. Rapp, Arizona ‘58-Life (7) Family of Maura Regan James L. Riley, Missouri ‘79-Life (3) Elliott H. Ring, Michigan - Dearborn ‘76-Life (2) Larry D. Roberts, Wyoming ‘65-Life (12) David and Kathy Robinson B. Leslie Robinson, Southern Illinois ‘65-Life (11) Dan Rosseel, Northwood ‘04 (2) Don Rothschild James P. Rounsavall, Arkansas ‘86-Life (7) Leo V. Ryan, Marquette ‘44-Life (12) Peter G. Sarles, Babson College ‘58-Life (8) Joseph H. Saul, Wayne State ‘61-Life (5) Robert N. Schreck, UCLA ‘63-Life Roger M. Schueller, Long Beach State ‘65-Life Junior and Tamara Scott H. Roger Secrest, Michigan ‘48-Life (16) Jessica R. Seitz, Auburn ‘02-Honorary/Life (10)

Kevin and Lisa Selden Stephen A. Sell, Wayne State ‘75-Life (5) Ann M. Sexton, Toledo ‘82-Life (18) Brendan P. Sherry, Virginia Tech ‘97-Life (7) Dennis D. Shiplett, Youngstown State ‘67-Life (15) Vadim Shleyfman, Towson ‘09-Honorary D. S. Showalter, Richmond ‘73-Life (7) Alan M. Siktberg, Ball State ‘02-Life (8) Betty Simons Wade R. Sjogren, Upsala College ‘80-Life (2) Albert and Gail Skalicky Capt. and Mrs. Peter Skerschosk Gordon W. Skinnell, Virginia Tech ‘65-Life Melinda G. Slatt-Friedeberg, California - San Diego ‘91-Life (2) Rodney E. Slifer, Colorado ‘55 Pamela F. Smith, Virginia ‘85-Life (5) Richard D. Smith Stephen E. Smith, Florida ‘86-Life (2) Walter J. Smith, Florida ‘65-Life (10) Clinton H. Smoke, Old Dominion ‘61-Life (2) Becky A. Smouse, Creighton ‘96-Life (7) Angela Sokol Robert A. Spansky, Detroit (Day Division) ‘62-Life (18) TeAnne N. Sparaco, Cal Poly SLO ‘06 Jeffrey S. Spero, Jacksonville ‘86-Life (4) Scott R. Stampflmeier CFV, Toledo ‘98-Life (7) & Erin A. Stampflmeier, Toledo ‘01 (7) Donald F. Stanaway, Montana ‘49-Life (4) Beth J. Steffes, California - San Diego ‘92-Life Herb L. Stem, Georgia State ‘52-Life Clifford Stern, Florida ‘74-Life (5) Sandy Stolberg Jeffrey R. Stoll, Toledo ‘80-Life (6) Ariane L. Stone, Nova Southeastern ‘05-Life (5) Christopher M. Stoney CFV, James Madison ‘02 (2) Todd R. Strehlow, Wisconsin - Milwaukee ‘76 (3) Dan L. Stubblefield CFV, Middle Tennessee ‘89-Life (10) + Christopher J. Susil, James Madison ‘92-Life Charles E. Swanson, Michigan ‘49-Life (4) John W. Sweitzer, Seton Hall ‘65-Life (13) Vin A. Taylor, USC ‘58-Life (5) Matt Teitelbaum, Colorado ‘00-Life (6) William F. Templin, Illinois ‘41-Life (18) John E. Terhune, Wayne State ‘42-Life (13) Phillip J. Thompson, Kansas State ‘72 (7) William F. Thompson, Virginia ‘70-Life (17) Jocelyn E. Thompson CFV, Washington State ‘03 Erin L. Thorgerson, Seattle ‘98 (8) Don A. Tidwell, Texas ‘56-Life (4) Caitlin E. Tiftick CFV, Fresno State ‘04 (5) Kathleen V. Tolbirt Mary Kathryn Tompkins, Alabama ‘06 (4) * Cristina M. Trabada, Florida International ‘92-Life (2) Rodney C. Turner, Alabama State ‘93-Life (9) Robert S. Ukrop, Richmond ‘68-Life (12) George and Emily Ulrich United Way of the Bay Area John L. Van Vliet, Detroit (Day Division) ‘62-Life (6) Christine M. Vasquez CFV, Arizona State ‘98-Life (9) + Denise Viechweg Frank R. Vitulli, Seattle ‘57-Life (7) William A. Wade, Seattle ‘05-Honorary (7) Stephanie L. Wallen, Central Washington ‘92-Life Milt K. Walters, West Texas A & M ‘61-Life (6) Suzanne M. Ward, Drake ‘92-Life (14) Christopher J. Warmuth, USC ‘74-Life (9) Jeffrey B. Warner, Iowa ‘84-Life (13) Gail Washburn Cynthia A. Washington, Saint Louis ‘82-Life (17) Gregory P. Weber, Montclair State ‘81-Life (12) William R. Wehmeyer, Southeast Missouri ‘85-Life (17) Robert A. Welch, Wichita State ‘06-Life Leroy and Julia Wessel Alison M. Whelan, Eastern Kentucky ‘05-Life (4) Chad S. Whipple, Drake ‘00 (2) Wilton and Donna White Carrie Wiant, Ball State ‘02 (2) B. Timothy Wilkins, Texas Tech ‘88 Kelly M. Wilkins, Texas Tech ‘88-Life Willis North America Inc David L. Wilson, Texas ‘86 Steve and Deborah Wilson Maurice C. Workman, Illinois ‘48-Life (18) John and Joan Worth Zachary H. Wright, UNC - Chapel Hill ‘91-Life (9) Lynn Yacyk Beatrice Yary William B. Yersin, Carroll College ‘62-Life (18) Jack C. Younke, Detroit (Evening Division) ‘58-Life (8) Marvin M. Yueh, California - San Diego ‘02 (2) Maricela Zapian CFV, Illinois - Chicago ‘07-Life (3) Joseph M. Zeiger, Central Washington ‘07-Life (2) Gerald P. Zimmerman, Virginia Tech ‘75-Life (7)


GIFTS by CHAPTER The following list includes all donors who made gifts to the Annual Fund for the campaign year July 1, 2009, through June 30, 2010. Donors are listed by chapter of initiation. Only contributions made during 2009-10 are included in this report. Gifts processed after July 1, 2010, will appear in the foundation’s 2010-11 report next fall. ADRIAN COLLEGE 1966 Angela D. Brown ‘81-Life (18) + Steven L. Frost ‘72-Life (6)

ALABAMA 1924 Jennifer P. Alexander ‘09 * Natasha N. Austin ‘09 (2) * Ambrey M. Auten ‘07 (3) * Joshua A. Aycox ‘09 (2) * Jeff T. Baginski ‘08 (2) * Julie L. Beattie ‘09 (2) * Kala C. Bennett ‘09 * Allison M. Bivens ‘09 (2) * Douglas M. Brown ‘09 * Patrick Bryant * Kevin S. Burkett ‘08 (2) * Patrick J. Cady ‘09 * Katherine Cage ‘08 (2) * Paul C. Carruthers ‘09 (2) * Kristian Chesser ‘09 (2) * Ali Coles ‘08 (2) * Chelsea P. Collins ‘07 (3) * Kelli Connor ‘09 (2) * Ashley R. Constance ‘08 (2) * Catherine A. Cooke ‘09 * Megan Corcoran ‘09 (2) * Ezell Cornelius ‘56-Life (8) Benjamin G. Crabtree ‘09 * Katherine A. Craig ‘08 (2) * Leanne M. Cronic ‘09 * Katerina Dergunov ‘09 * William V. Dinan ‘08 (2) * Jasmyne K. Dove ‘09 * Kathryn L. Evans ‘08 * John W. Everage ‘47-Life Kelsey A. Ferris ‘09 (2) * Joshua D. Fleming ‘09 * Anthony C. Ford ‘05 (3) * John W. Gallina ‘08 (2) * Kimberly K. Gibbs ‘08 (2) * David B. Gill ‘08 (2) * Matthew K. Golson ‘08 (2) * Drayton L. Green ‘04 (6) Clara S. Gregory ‘08 (2) * John N. Hanner ‘09 * Chelsea D. Harris ‘09 (2) * Lee Hayslip ‘07 (3) * Lauren A. Hendrix ‘09 * Rachel N. Hester ‘09 (2) * Sarah E. Hinton ‘09 (2) * Lauren Hovey ‘08 (2) * Alix G. Howell ‘09 * Haley L. Howell ‘09 * Olivia R. Hunsucker ‘09 * Christopher Kennedy ‘08 (2) * Monica Kirk ‘08 (2) * Elizabeth K. LaKemper ‘09 (2) * Marilu A. Lammon ‘09 * Joshua Large ‘09 (2) * Ashley Lawson ‘09 (2) * Brad Lee ‘07 (3) * Kristian L. Lincoln ‘09 * Patricia A. Litzler ‘07 (3) * John R. Martin ‘09 * Kimberly L. McLendon ‘09 * Lauren A. Meinert ‘09 * Ashley S. Miller ‘09 * Leslie J. Minor ‘09 * Caitlin Mitchell ‘08 (2) * Rachel H. Mobley ‘07 (3) * Lauren J. Morello ‘09 * April Morgan ‘09 (2) * Adam C. Morrow ‘08 (2) * Haley E. Namie ‘09 * Henry M. Nixon ‘06 (3) * Marcus A. Nunn ‘08 (2) * Michael R. Oldenburg * Brian W. Oldfield ‘08 (2) *

Meisha D. Oliver ‘09 * Josh A. Orr ‘07 (3) * Lydia M. Osterndorf ‘09 * Ashley C. Page ‘09 * Leslie A. Parrish * Balea Perrigin ‘07 (4) * Kathryn E. Phelps ‘08 (2) * Brittney N. Pruitt ‘08 (2) * Lauren A. Radziminski ‘08 (2) * Kenyatta M. Reese ‘09 * George A. Reynolds ‘09 (2) * Sterling J. Richards ‘08 (2) * Evan M. Salter ‘08 (2) * Peter W. Shearouse ‘08 (2) * Sam M. Solomon ‘09 * Clifton R. Sprinkle ‘07 (3) * Shaunice R. Starks CFV ‘06 (5) Matthew L. Tate ‘08 (2) * Kimberly D. Temms ‘09 (2) * William C. Thomas ‘08 (2) * Adam E. Tice CFV ‘02-Life (8) Mary Kathryn Tompkins ‘06 (4) * Daniel K. Trawick ‘09 * Kyle Tucker ‘08 (2) * Harinkumar A. Vashi ‘08 (2) * Haley S. Weaver ‘08 (2) * Cal Whaley ‘09 (2) * Nicholas W. White ‘09 * Erin A. White ‘06 (4) * Emily Whitehead ‘08 (2) * Logan S. Wilks ‘09 * Meaghan S. Williams ‘09 * Kyle C. Wilson ‘08 (2) * Megan E. Woodard ‘07 (3) * Anna M. Zellner ‘09 *

ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM 2005 Qimma B. Abdullah ‘08 (2) * Audrianna K. Archibald ‘08 (2) * Henry B. Briggs ‘08 * Amber J. Britman ‘09 * Tamora D. Crawford ‘08 * Mary Grimes ‘05 Kahla R. Hill ‘09 *

Rufus B. Lymon ‘09 * Jelicia J. Mallory ‘09 * Christine G. Mayo ‘09 * Santesia K. McArthur ‘07 (2) * Brandon E. Mckinney ‘08 (2) * Monique S. McKinstry CFV ‘05 (6) DeRon D. Merrida ‘09 * Tari S. O’Neal ‘08 * Taccara L. Robinson ‘09 * Brittany A. Shelton ‘08 * Jarvius D. Sparks ‘08 (2) * Keonna R. Ware ‘07 (3) * Teneasha T. Washington ‘08 (3) *

ALABAMA STATE 1980 Nicole D. Andrews ‘09 * Dariece Armstrong ‘09 * Brittney Banks ‘09 * Kristian F. Battle ‘09 * Osten J. Berry ‘09 * Jessica C. Bimbo ‘09 * Lauren A. Blalock ‘09 * Ta’Ebony Bradford ‘09 * Janashia J. Brooks ‘09 * Lauren A. Brown ‘09 * Tony Q. Cobb ‘09 * Eddie E. Cole ‘09 * Jamilia S. Colquitt ‘07 (3) * Celess Colston ‘09 * Bianca T. Culver ‘09 * Adrian R. Daniels ‘09 * Mykea L. Debardleben ‘09 * Tiffany M. Dennis ‘09 * Catherine N. Finkley ‘07 (3) * Derrick M. Fleming ‘09 * Sonja A. Ford ‘09 * Joia Franks ‘09 * Ashley M. Frazier ‘09 * Cynthia S. Goldsmith ‘09 * Jena Green ‘09 * Donnetta R. Greggs ‘03 Nicholas J. Gunn ‘09 * Jarvis C. Hampton ‘09 * Jerome’ R. Holston ‘09 *

Keta S. Humphrey ‘07 (3) * Brandon J. Hurst ‘07 (3) * Shandrea L. Jackson ‘09 * LaTonya S. Jackson CFV ‘03 (3) Alesha Jarrett ‘09 * James Johnson ‘09 * Raisa J. Johnson ‘09 * Shimeka D. Johnson ‘09 * J.C. Jones ‘09 * Vanda Jones ‘09 * Aijah R. Laffitte ‘09 * Velissia C. Lawrence ‘09 * Carnella Lee ‘09 * Dominique J. Lee ‘09 * Lancelot C. Lewis ‘09 * Raishell Lyons ‘09 * Jamin D. Marshall ‘09 * Farrin N. Mathews ‘09 * Charmeseia Mccall ‘09 * Dorien M. McCall ‘09 * Richard D. Milton ‘09 * Brandon Mitchell ‘09 * Emmett D. Nuckles ‘09 * Ashley A. Oliver ‘09 * Darrion L. Pedro ‘09 * Joshua R. Reed ‘09 * D’Audrielle Robinson ‘09 * Terri S. Robinson ‘09 * Jennifer Ruffin ‘09 * Sierra C. Sargent ‘09 * Shelisa D. Saulsberry ‘09 * Eldridge T. Scott ‘09 * Kim F. Smith ‘09-Faculty Shauntee’ D. Smith ‘09 * Ebony M. Speakman ‘09 * Jasmine Stephens ‘09 * Jimea G. Stepherson ‘07 * Elizabeth A. Theriault ‘09 * Kreshay M. Thomas ‘09 * Diva Townsend ‘09 * Rodney C. Turner ‘93-Life (9) Alphonso D. Underwood ‘09 * Donald B. Underwood ‘09 * Rodney L. White ‘09 *

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AMERICAN 1986 Ayesha Abbasi ‘08 * Chris W. Acher ‘10 * Alexander C. Addario ‘08 * Larisa Agovic CFV ‘08 * Matthew C. Ainsley ‘07 * Amy E. Anda ‘00 Amanda A. Augustine ‘08 * Alicia Bachledova ‘10 * Christina M. Bartol ‘08 * Julia J. Berk ‘10 * Nicole M. Bono ‘10 * Nathan M. Bonsignore ‘10 * Elyssa L. Boulet ‘08 * Pamela M. Breault ‘82-Life (7) Alex M. Bronnenkant ‘10 * Lisa A. Calandriello CFV ‘97-Life (5) Katelynn N. Corodemus ‘10 * Ted J. Crane ‘08 * Joel A. Croft ‘08 * Foster P. Curry ‘08 * James R. DiBiagio ‘07 * Uuljan D. Djangazieva ‘08 * Rebecca C. Dooley ‘07 * Grant P. Duncan ‘07 * Eric J. Elliot ‘08 * Perrine Eppie ‘08 * Alexandra R. Fabiani ‘08 * Alexander D. Feld ‘07 * Gavin Filarsky ‘10 * Caitlin A. Fillman ‘08 * Dana E. Fleishaker ‘08 * Marla K. Fuller ‘10 * Alex Germany-Wald ‘10 * Chelsea S. Gilroy ‘10 * John C. Godlove ‘10 * Elizabeth M. Guez ‘08 * Maura E. Hanlon ‘08 * Tevis L. Hannington ‘08 * Monique A. Harps ‘01 (9) Jonathan J. Heinlein CFV ‘02-Life (5) Michelle K. Holleran ‘08 * Brittany Hopwood ‘07 * Margaret R. Horan ‘08 * Kayden D. Horwitz ‘10 * Nicole E. Hunter ‘08 * Janis L. Irish ‘08 * Lauren M. Keating ‘07 * William K. Killion ‘08 * Matthew D. Killip ‘10 * Christopher K. Koeber ‘07 * Ji Won Kwon ‘08 * Andrew Lam ‘10 * Sarah A. Lemerise ‘08 * Michael J. Lo ‘10 * Benjamin G. Loeb ‘10 * Erik M. Loken ‘08 * Jacqueline M. Martin ‘07 * Alexa S. Marymor ‘08 * Molly E. McCafferty ‘08 * Sean T. McEvenie ‘10 * William R. McGauran ‘10 * Anna A. Merkoulova ‘10 * Jeffery M. Mindell ‘08 * Julia Moon ‘08 * Lamson Nguygen ‘10 * Stetson S. Nunes ‘07 * Olurotimi Odubogun ‘07 * Natalie J. Omundson ‘10 * Rebecca S. Oren ‘08 * Christina L. Oresajo ‘08 * Leia A. Pankovich ‘08 * Adam B. Powers ‘10 * Alexander W. Priest ‘08 * Klaenyza A. Pritchard ‘08 * Alexander Y. Robinson ‘10 * Michael J. Ronan ‘08 * Jesse C. Sargent ‘07 *

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Stephanie M. Sawyer ‘10 * Brian H. Schaffer ‘08 * Aysel Sharifova ‘08 * Vasilisa A. Shvachko ‘10 * Zachary M. Siegel ‘07 * Rachel N. Sikorski ‘08 * Ari Silverstein ‘10 * Matthew I. Siman ‘07 * Melissa D. Smith ‘08 * Gregory Sottolano CFV ‘96-Life (2) Jennifer S. Storozum ‘10 * Kavita L. Thirupuvanam ‘08 Elise C. Tisdale ‘08 * Francis D. Tuggle ‘91-Faculty/Life (14) Elizabeth Ung ‘08 * Lee Voegler ‘98-Life (12) Morgan E. Wann ‘07 * Afrika A. Williams ‘08 * Andrew P. Woods ‘08 * Julie J. Wu ‘08 * Philip Wyks ‘06 Jessica S. Zeroual ‘00 (3) Amanda M. Zimmer ‘10 *

AMERICAN INT’L COLLEGE 1971 Barry D. Hirsch ‘71-Life (2)

APPALACHIAN STATE 1981 Jerry A. Katz ‘81-Life (17) Martha B. Katz ‘81-Life (17)

ARIZONA 1923 Guillermo Ardon ‘09 * Carlos A. Arriola ‘07 (2) * Kyle S. Aungst ‘08 (2) * Paola Becerril ‘07 (3) * Dena M. Becker ‘94 (9) Eytan M. Ben-Yeoshua ‘08 (2) * Orr Ben-Zvy ‘09 * Katharen Bisgard ‘08 (2) * Elizabeth M. Bouma ‘08 (2) * Trevor J. Box ‘09 * Ruben A. Bravo-Castano ‘07 (2) * Megan L. Broaddus ‘06 (3) * Thomas H. Browning ‘60-Life (18) Tara C. Cahn ‘07 (2) * Alex Castillo ‘07 (2) * Jason A. Clairmont ‘07 (2) * Christopher D. Collins ‘06 (3) * Stephanie L. Cone ‘09 * Alexandra L. Dammen ‘09 * Andrew N. Davis ‘09 * Katie Davis ‘08 * Paul H. Duncan ‘09 * Allison R. Durey ‘09 * Richard S. Fifer ‘07 (2) * Hillary R. Fischel ‘09 * Kyle W. Fishburn ‘08 (2) * Kellen Flynn ‘08 * Tyler A. Gardon ‘09 * Bruce W. Genthner ‘58-Life (4) Stephanie A. Gigante ‘07 (2) * James C. Gould ‘09 * Bryan M. Grossman ‘06 (3) * Kimberly J. Hagg ‘08 * Amelia S. Hanna ‘09 * Heather N. Hanson ‘09 * Clifton N. Harris ‘07 (3) *

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David J. Hartzell ‘09 * Alison E. Heinz ‘09 * Szarina Hernandez ‘06 (3) * Kathryn R. Holland ‘06 (3) * Jo-Ming Huang ‘08 * Hanna M. Huckin ‘09 * Joshua M. Jacoby ‘90 (2) Matt Janke ‘08 * Stevyn Kannayya ‘08 * Michael Kiefer ‘08 * Caitlin G. King ‘08 * Tracy L. Kistler ‘06 (3) * Kriste Kolasa ‘95 (3) Damir Kozhanbayev ‘07 (2) * Lauren C. Kuehner ‘08 * Henry Kung ‘08 * Todd H. Langley ‘53-Life (18) Janea Laudick ‘08 * Tracy E. Levante ‘09 * Carlos A. Lopez-Ramos ‘07 (2) * Angeline A. Lucero ‘08 * Kourtnei C. Lyons ‘07 (2) * Ryan Z. Malham ‘08 (2) * Paul J. Mallery ‘09 * Kunal D. Maneck ‘08 (2) * Catherine A. Marcoly ‘06 (3) * Alyssa B. Martinez ‘09 * Kathryn J. McGlamery ‘08 (2) * Rebecca J. McGlensey ‘06 (3) * Sophia D. Miachika ‘09 * Eleni K. Miachika ‘07 (3) * Cascade Mittman ‘08 * Greg W. Moore ‘09 * Tyler J. Morgan ‘07 (2) * Joseph R. Moseley ‘08 (2) * Gabriel M. Munoz-Fitch ‘06 (3) * Rae L. Murillo ‘08 (2) * Kalli Myren ‘08 * Jason A. Nowinski ‘09 * Daniel M. Ortega ‘08 (2) * Christine M. Pham ‘08 (2) * Lindsey M. Pierce ‘09 * Maria V. Pupillo ‘09 * William K. Rapp ‘58-Life (7) Jerald D. Raticoff ‘50-Life (4) Reginald Reginald ‘08 (2) * Jessica D. Riggins ‘08 * Angela M. Roberts ‘00 (4) Sara Rockefeller ‘08 * Karaline A. Salmans ‘09 * Leah M. Schebler ‘08 * Caylee Scott ‘08 * Settaphan J. Settapanich ‘07 (2) * Brittany L. Smythe ‘09 * Allison D. Stein ‘09 * Megan L. Stolberg ‘09 * Elissa M. Stremlau ‘07 (2) * Darren M. Thompson ‘07 (2) * Shannon M. Timms ‘07 (2) * Lily Wang ‘00 (2) Junta Zembayashi ‘08 *

ARIZONA STATE 1972 Frank F. Alvarado CFV ‘00 (9) Shir S. Anavi ‘07 * Ryan M. Anthony ‘08 (2) * Michael W. Bott ‘72 (4) Kyle N. Bridgeman ‘06 (4) Shruti Chowdhury ‘08 * Lori D. Collins ‘88-Life Beth A. Crumrine ‘09 * Kerri M. Duguid ‘08 * Regina F. Garcia ‘09 (2) * Frank W. Giroux ‘72-Life Jordan D. Heimann ‘09 * Jessica L. Hill CFV ‘95-Life (10) + Amy Hwang ‘08 * Crystal M. Korp ‘05 Mercedes E. Kralovec ‘08 (2) Georgia R. Lincoln ‘09 * Sean P. McGowan ‘07 (2) * Timothy S. Mitchell ‘95 (4) William J. Negrey ‘72 (4) Caitlin N. Nothwehr ‘08 (2) * Debora J. Oliva ‘93 (7) Donald T. Sechler ‘96-Life Nicole Slusser ‘09 * Christine Vasquez CFV ‘98-Life (9) + Stephen Vasquez CFV ‘72-Life (9) + Robert Waer ‘09 * Liesel A. Weisling ‘04 (3) Kurtis J. Zinger ‘09 *

ARIZONA STATE WEST 2002 Diana L. Browne ‘08 * Danielle Gomez ‘08 (2) * Angelica Hernandez ‘08 * Matthew Lau ‘03 (2) Michael P. Reiche ‘03 (5) Christopher J. Richard ‘05 Preja Tamang ‘08 * Antwan Trotter ‘08 *

ARKANSAS 1928 James L. Lackey ‘50-Life (16) James P. Rounsavall ‘86-Life (7)

BAYLOR 1958 Marvin W. Sapaugh ‘61-Life

BELLEVUE 1979 Gerardo G. Campbell ‘79-Life James Clarke ‘79-Life (4) Louis J. Ferony ‘86-Life (14) Lynn A. Suberly ‘86-Life (2) Willie N. White ‘83-Life (3)

BIRMINGHAM SOUTHERN 1959 Garr S. Williams ‘59-Life (3)

BOISE STATE 1969 ARKANSAS - LITTLE ROCK 1962 Stanley Musick ‘70-Life (3) Raymond A. Weber ‘69 (9)

AUBURN 1989 Elaine J. Hamilton ‘92-Life Jonathan M. Loden ‘95 (7) Rachel E. Meyers ‘05 Jessica R. Seitz ‘02-Hon/Life (10)

AUSTIN PEAY 1965 Brent Allen ‘09 * Mandy E. Arndt ‘09 * Stephanie Bilderback ‘07 * Pamela A. Brown-Wilson ‘86 (5) Xavier P. Covington ‘08 * Yvonne D. Evans ‘08 * Katherine Garrett ‘08 * John D. Gist ‘08 * Ben A. Julian ‘02 Harry Julian ‘09 * Matthew D. Kilpatrick ‘08 * Randall Kougher ‘07 Mark Lopez ‘09 * Tamica Martin ‘09 * Robert W. Martin ‘77-Life (12) Regina L. Mick-Elkins ‘08 * John R. Moore ‘04 (2) Christel L. Morgan ‘05 (4) Daniel B. Morris ‘09 * Tiffany J. Outlaw ‘09 * Jessica L. Parker ‘08 * Angela N. Scroggs ‘08 * Andrea S. Snorton ‘08 * Jessica D. Thomas ‘09 * Carlos M. Urrutia ‘09 * Barbara Whitlock ‘09 * Justin Wynn ‘09 *

AZUSA PACIFIC 1997

Mary R. Cook ‘09 * James D. Crawford ‘74-Life Daman J. Hall ‘09 * Richard K. Jung ‘83 (3) Marie D. Lawrick CFV ‘85-Life (2) John M. LeVering ‘95-Life (4) Emerson C. Maxson ‘69-Fac (15) Thomas S. Watkins ‘07 (3) *

BOSTON 1916 Llewellyn N. Belcourt ‘50-Life (2) James E. Chandler ‘50-Life (8) James M. Connors ‘07-Life (3) Edwin R. Nelson ‘57 (5)

BOSTON COLLEGE 1955 Anthony S. Massimino ‘55-Life (7)

BRADLEY 1951 Douglas J. Lueken ‘73-Life Harold W. Lundstrom ‘63 (9) Phillip R. Paleg ‘72 (3) Timothy J. Reedy ‘79-Life (13) Chester F. Romaniak ‘68 (4)

BRITISH COLUMBIA 2009 Essya Chikmoroff ‘09 *

BUFFALO 1931 Julian A. Burgio ‘09 * Erik W. Burton ‘05 (6) John D. Cahill ‘52-Life (15) Tana M. Dippolito ‘06 (5) % Tatiana Emmanuel ‘09 * Sangkalpa Gurung ‘08 * Lisa M. Klispie ‘07 (2) * Jessica Lau ‘07 * Derek M. Litwin ‘07 Christine S. Newman ‘07-Life (3) Matthew Rozell ‘08 * Ricardo A. Ventura ‘09 *

Erin E. Webb ‘00

BUTLER 1984 BABSON COLLEGE 1953 Herbert T. Clark ‘60-Life (2) Richard L. Kozacko ‘55-Life (4) Peter G. Sarles ‘58-Life (8)

Gavin X. Howard ‘97 (6) Matthew R. Meer ‘02 (5) Scott T. Menne ‘88-Life (18)

CAL POLY SLO 1999 BALL STATE 2002 Clinton J. Baker ‘09 * Anne E. Baumer ‘09 * Caroline S. Blue ‘08 * Kyle R. Bushey ‘09 * Christopher J. Clemens ‘03 (4) Amanda L. DeRoche ‘08 (2) * Nicholas T. Easton ‘09 * Hilary J. Fichter ‘10 * Kristin L. Guerrini ‘07 * Lakeshia R. Hardaway ‘10 * Samuel S. Hosier ‘10 * Alana M. Jackson ‘09 * Rachel M. Layton ‘09 * Stephanie E. Lipkin ‘10 * James A. Mayer ‘03 (4) Theresa L. Post ‘10 * Lynne M. Schlosser ‘09 * Gary D. Scribner ‘10 * Alan M. Siktberg ‘02-Life (8) Emily D. Smith ‘08 * Allison M. Taller ‘10 * Fredrick H. Taylor ‘09 * Hilary A. Thevenot ‘09 * Erica R. White ‘10 * Carrie Wiant ‘02 (2) Amanda N. Zimmerman ‘05

Lyndsay A. Brown ‘08 * Kiona L. Davies ‘09 * Heather A. Deagen ‘09 * Scott M. Dykzeul ‘08 (2) * Kimberly Pham ‘09 * Latdavanh S. Phongsa CFV ‘99 Stephanie Shih ‘07 (3) TeAnne N. Sparaco ‘06

CALGARY 2005 Matthew Klingbeil ‘05

CALIFORNIA-DAVIS 2002 Roger Liang ‘08 * Van W. Shu CFV ‘03

CALIFORNIA-RIVERSIDE 2001 Brendan P. Moore ‘01 (2)

CALIFORNIA-SAN DIEGO 1989 Vincent V. Bitz CFV ‘01 (3) Jennifer L. Hutkoff ‘91-Life (3) Chern C. Lee ‘03 Stephen M. Napier ‘00 (6) Jeremy Y. Shinoda ‘96-Life (5) Melinda Slatt-Friedeberg ‘91-Life (2) Beth J. Steffes ‘92-Life Marvin M. Yueh ‘02 (2)

CALIFORNIA-SANTA BARBARA 1999 Sarah K. Dow ‘05 (2) Irving Gramajo ‘08 * Queena Hoang ‘09 * Andrew K. Jost ‘09 * Daniel V. Rusteen ‘09 * Andre C. Sayre ‘08 *

CSU-FRESNO 1952 Jennifer E. Bartlett ‘09 * David W. LeTourneau ‘85 Hannah Marshall ‘09 * Alison Mathis ‘09 * Kevin Perkins ‘08 (2) * Rex O. Ransom ‘72-Life (3) Laurie Taylor-Hamm CFV ‘06-Fac (2) Juling M. Teters ‘09 (2) * Caitlin E. Tiftick CFV ‘04 (5) David Williams ‘08 (2) *

CSU-LONG BEACH 1956 Victor R. Conrad ‘60-Life (6) Peter M. Fleming ‘73-Life (18) Randolph L. Myers ‘57-Life (18) Roger M. Schueller ‘65-Life Gerald W. Spencer ‘71-Life (6)

CSU-NORTHRIDGE 1987 Brandon C. Yu ‘06 *

CSU-SAN BERNARDINO 1972 Raquel C. Benmergui Wysocki ‘96-Life (9) Barry D. Gumaer ‘93-Life (7)

CSU-SAN MARCOS 1999 Tyler M. Long ‘08 (2) * Mae Madge M. Mendoza ‘06 Alida L. Patterson ‘04 Brittney K. Raedel ‘09 * Carrie S. Smith ‘07 * Jerel Mark V. Tolentino ‘10 * Kevin R. Weeks ‘08 *

CANISIUS COLLEGE 1957 Arielle G. Blanchard ‘08 * Jennifer M. Ciechoski ‘09 * Jamie M. Clark ‘08 * Charlotte C. Cowley ‘07 * Melissa A. Flaminio ‘09 * Richard R. Henry ‘98 (10) Megan J. Hooks ‘06 (2) * Joseph M. Interlandi ‘07 * Stephen F. Jackson ‘79-Life Robert E. Jagodzinski ‘72-Life (7) Robert R. Kratus ‘71-Life (12) Kevin Kuligowski ‘79-Life (4) Sean P. McNally ‘09 * Kelly E. Shaffer ‘08 * Angelyn R. Stephen ‘08 * Christopher P. Swanson ‘08 * Xavier F. Washington ‘09 * Julianna L. Wojcik ‘09 * Laura E. Wrightson ‘08 *

CALIFORNIA-LOS ANGELES 1926 W. Reid Allen ‘50-Life Jonathan G. Hsiung CFV ‘05 (2) David A. Labowitz ‘62-Life (16) Paul M. Lee ‘39-Life (7) Chris J. Rufer ‘68-Life (17) Robert N. Schreck ‘63-Life

CALIFORNIA-MERCED 2009 Kim H. Che ‘09 * Thomas S. Zhao ‘09 *

CARNEGIE MELLON 2005 Tian Seng D. Leong ‘07 * Casey J. Piper ‘08 *

CARROLL COLLEGE 1955 William B. Yersin ‘62-Life (18)

CENTENARY COLLEGE 1995 Jan C. Swenson ‘97-Life (3)


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FRATERNITY-WIDE SCHOLARSHIPS The Alpha Kappa Psi Foundation manages numerous fraternity-wide scholarship endowments. Established by alumni and/or family members, these endowments are used to support annual scholarships. The following individuals received more than $24,000 in scholarships by the foundation for the 2010-11 academic year.

Anne Axenfeld Maryland ‘08 Carlton J. Siegler Scholarship

Elizabeth Barnum Florida ‘09 Carlton J. Siegler Scholarship

Jessica Birchwell Kentucky ‘07 Kenneth W. Hufford Scholarship

Brendan Braaten Western Carolina ‘09 William A. Donnelly Scholarship

Lindsey Collier Florida State ‘08 Stephen and Chrissy Vasquez Scholarship

Hayley Donaldson Miami ‘06 Fraternity Presidents Scholarship

Michael Emling Miami (Ohio) ‘07 William A. Donnelly Scholarship

Cachell Gaines Tennessee State ‘09 William D. Reeves Scholarship

Lauren Gueringer Tulane ‘09 William A. Donnelly Scholarship

Erik King Florida ‘08 William A. Donnelly Scholarship

Michael Koll Chapman ‘09 William A. Donnelly Scholarship

Courtney Mallow Virginia ‘07 William A. Donnelly Scholarship

Molly McCafferty American ‘08 Carlton J. Siegler Scholarship

Stephen O’Neil West Virginia ‘08 William A. Donnelly Scholarship

James Papin-Wynne Michigan ‘09 Stephen and Chrissy Vasquez Scholarship

Candice Randall Oregon State ‘09 William A. Donnelly Scholarship

Evan Roth Binghamton ‘07 Theodore G. Ehrsam Scholarship

Jordan Slingo Stetson ‘09 John S. and Jennie J. Palkon née Lis Scholarship

Kelsey Stevens Calgary ‘07 Stephen and Chrissy Vasquez Scholarship

Kelsey Sweeney Wisconsin ‘07 William E. Westerdahl Scholarship

Kevin Tucker Pennsylvania ‘07 Stephen and Chrissy Vasquez Scholarship

Nicole Vauter Ball State ‘08 William A. Donnelly Scholarship

Laura Vollmer Binghamton ‘07 William A. Donnelly Scholarship

Emily Voran Trinity ‘09 William A. Donnelly Scholarship

Charles Wang Calgary ‘07 Carlton J. Siegler Scholarship

Alison Wedermyer Nebraska ‘07 William A. Donnelly Scholarship

Jessi White Arkansas ‘08 Andrew P. Duli Scholarship

Graeson Woodward Georgia ‘09 J.D. Sparks Scholarship

Simon Yu New York ‘09 Jesse H. Bert Scholarship

CENTRAL FLORIDA 1991 Howard A. Dehner ‘09 * Marissa Doctrove ‘08 (2) *

Taylor L. Donnini ‘09 * Jessica M. Frazier ‘09 * Judith Gachelin ‘09 *

Craig Gilardi ‘09 * Elizabeth J. Hutchens ‘09 * Michael Irene ‘09 *

Randy A. Joseph ‘07 * Kaitlyn Mcconville ‘09 * Aggie J. Payton ‘09 *

Jarvis J. Peters ‘08 * Yamil A. Ramirez ‘08 * Derina M. Turner ‘09 *

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Francis T. Veigle CFV ‘04 (3) Randall K. Williams ‘09 *

CENTRAL MICHIGAN 1964 Loren J. Bidle ‘72-Life (6) Kurt M. Kulpa ‘75-Life (3) Kristi L. Lewis ‘87-Life (2) Brian G. Long ‘65-Life (12) Gregory A. Nixon ‘70-Life (6) Chris L. Savelle ‘05 (5) Kylee R. Wackerle ‘05

CHRISTOPHER NEWPORT 1972 Kristin Blaser ‘07 Joel B. Davidson ‘09 * Jessica C. Dohmen ‘07 (2) Kiara C. Girkins ‘08 * Christa M. Huebner ‘09 * Emily A. Mchugh ‘09 * Heather L. Mella ‘08 (2) * Michelle C. Sinibaldi ‘07 Jefferson H. Teller ‘92-Life (4)

CINCINNATI 1914 CENTRAL WASHINGTON 1979 Kristen Adamson ‘06 (4) Megan Billingsley ‘09 (2) * Justin M. Brown ‘08 (2) * Thomas P. Curran ‘05 (2) * Nick Engstrom ‘08 * Peter A. Euston ‘07 * Katherine A. Hanke ‘98 (4) Brennen C. Lee ‘08 * Brooke L. Saul CFV ‘06 Kristin Sigurjonsson ‘09 * Brittany A. Skelcher ‘09 * Vanessa Vargas ‘10 * Stephanie L. Wallen ‘92-Life Meghan G. Wright ‘05 (4) Joseph M. Zeiger ‘07-Life (2)

CHAPMAN 2001 Bianca R. Arevalo ‘09 * Amy L. Beaver ‘08 (2) * Mackenzie L. Burr ‘09 * Lindsey A. Carter ‘08 (2) * CarolAnn Casebolt ‘07 (3) * Annie J. Cheng ‘08 (2) * Jennifer J. Chow ‘09 * Rachel E. DePersis ‘08 (2) * Alejandra Dominguez ‘07 (3) * Matthew R. Feldman ‘08 (2) * Ashlee A. Guerra ‘03 (4) Justin A. Guerra ‘01 (4) Tyler D. Hadzinsky ‘08 (2) * Timothy C. Howe ‘09 * Andrea J. Koepke ‘01 (6) Michael D. Koll ‘09 * Andrei A. Kryssov ‘05 (5) Tim L. Lineberger ‘09 * Khine T. Lwin ‘08 (2) * Courtney M. Mahaffey ‘09 * Kellie M. Maher ‘06 (4) * Lachmi K. Malhotra ‘01 Shana E. Menton ‘08 (2) * Nicole C. Merritt ‘09 * Nicole R. Mobraaten ‘08 (2) * Sara A. Mouser ‘05 Sabrina R. Neas ‘08 (2) * Helena Nguyen ‘01 (9) Monica N. Nieto ‘04 Cheyenne A. Nolze ‘09 * Miki Nyunoya ‘08 (2) * David C. Piper ‘01-Life (9) Laurin Schreiber ‘08 (2) * Brian R. Tippy ‘06 (4) Dominic P. Tornambe ‘08 (2) * Doan-Thuc T. Tran ‘08 (2) * Michael P. Tran ‘07 (3) * Sally J. Tran ‘07 (3) * Mackenzie D. Ulrikson ‘06 (5) Theodore J. Young ‘08 (2) * Erick A. Zenteno ‘09 *

LeAnne M. Anklan ‘03 (5) C Kevin Armstrong ‘92-Life (5) Paul J. Brinker ‘84-Life (15) + Kelly M. Burke Kaine ‘87-Life Gregory L. Gabbard ‘90-Life (9) Steven R. Ludwig ‘87-Life (7) Benjamin D. Mallin ‘47-Life (4) Harold E. Massie ‘60-Life (6) Andrea L. Metz ‘09 * Richard L. Popp ‘97-Life (4) Maya Torrence ‘10 * Lane N. Velayo ‘00-Life (9) Jeffrey A. Wasserstrom ‘77 (5)

Alicia S. Bouie ‘08 (2) * Whitley P. Brown ‘07 (3) * Chelsea N. Buscher ‘09 * Roshonda Carson ‘08 (2) * Crystal Daniels ‘07 (2) * Fredricka M. Dillard ‘07 (2) * Tabitha L. Ellington ‘07 (2) * Antonio T. Fielder ‘07 * Jimmy T. Freeman ‘08 (2) * Carla R. Goodson CFV ‘04 (2) Myles Jackson ‘08 (2) * Latonya M. Logan ‘08 (2) * La’Kema M. McQueen ‘07 (2) * Quentin-LaMonte L. Ramsey ‘09 * Danetra C. Richardson ‘08 (2) * Rawlin S. Simmons ‘08 (2) * Perry G. Timmons ‘06 (3) * Jamie Winston ‘08 (2) *

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In February, chapters competed in the foundation’s Case Competition at each of the five Principled Business Leadership Institute locations. Teams placing first, second and third place at each location were awarded $1,000, $500 and $250 in scholarships from the foundation’s Carlton J. Siegler Scholarship Fund.

CLARKSON 1958 Darryl J. Dillenback ‘67-Life (4) Michael S. Driscoll ‘07 * Alex M. Giarratano ‘09 * Albert P. Grupper ‘60-Life (7) Megan E. Murphy ‘08 * Robert R. Stolte ‘63-Life (2) Barbara A. Wallace ‘86-Life (6)

COLORADO 1950 Ashley A. Benigni ‘08 * Kent R. Hastings ‘62-Life (6) William A. Hertlein ‘07 (2) Jennifer H. Kuhn CFV ‘99-Life (9) Rodney E. Slifer ‘55 Anastasia M. Striegnitz ‘03 Matt Teitelbaum ‘00-Life (6)

COLORADO COLLEGE 1920 Gordon L. Snider ‘37-Life (2) + #

COLORADO STATE 1990 Kylee D. Allen ‘05 (5) Jessica Brunson ‘07 (3) * Matthew M. Collins ‘09 * Hilary A. Fraser ‘08 * Melissa C. Gunther ‘09 * Jonathan M. Hummer ‘09 * Mark K. Kerwood ‘06 (4) Morgan A. Kidder ‘09 * Sophie Lane-Wierzba ‘08 * Melissa S. Matonis ‘08 (2) * Jessica Monroe ‘02 (7) Trevor S. Nelson ‘08 Irene M. Nissen ‘06 (4) Samantha J. Osborn ‘09 * Katherine L. Ransdell ‘08 * Chelsea L. Rump ‘07 * Taylor Schlepp ‘08 * Tierney S. Smith ‘08 * Shawna L. Strickland ‘08 * Sara E. Vallejos ‘09 * Julie J. Williams ‘08 *

COLUMBIA 1920 CHARLESTON 2000

CASE COMPETITION

Wesley W. Allen ‘61-Life (12) Richard D. Clark ‘49-Life (18) Laurence S. Weinberg ‘63-Life (3)

CONNECTICUT 2010 Robert A. Amatuli ‘10 * Maxwell Amster ‘10 * Marcus F. Burke ‘10 * Michael T. Ford ‘10 * Cari A. Goldner ‘10 * Daniel A. Hanley ‘10 * Shane Kelly ‘10 * Michael J. Klesseck ‘10 * Jennifer Newman ‘10 * Leah Newman ‘10 * Kaitlyn Profeta ‘10 * Kelsey Rath ‘10 * Dave Rothacker ‘10 * Maximilian J. Thiel ‘10 *

The Upsilon Psi Chapter from the University of California - Davis took home third place honors at Reno’s Case Competition.

ATLANTA 1st Place – Brooklyn Bridge Consulting from the Beta Upsilon Chapter at the University of South Carolina 2nd Place – SDS Marketing Associates from the Epsilon Sigma Chapter at Georgia Tech 3rd Place – Thurmond & Associates from the Iota Phi Chapter at Winthrop University

CHICAGO 1st Place – The Phoenician Galley from the Pi Omega Chapter at Purdue University 2nd Place – Presidential Consulting from the Eta Iota Chapter at Murray State University 3rd Place – Froman Consulting from the Epsilon Chapter at the University of Illinois

DALLAS 1st Place – Premier Development from the Theta Sigma Chapter at Texas State University 2nd Place – B.L.U.E. Alliance from Chi Omega Chapter at the University of North Texas 3rd Place – Milestone Management from the Xi Omicron Chapter at the University of Texas - San Antonio

PHILADELPHIA 1st Place - TF Consulting from the Epsilon Rho Chapter at the University of Pennsylvania 2nd Place - Viva Vivio from Beta Iota Chapter at the University at Buffalo 3rd Place - Vincent Stanley Consulting from the Delta Chapter at the University of Pittsburgh

RENO 1st Place – Pyro X from the Nu Xi Chapter at the University of California - San Diego 2nd Place – ASK Consulting from the Pi Tau Chapter at Stanford University 3rd Place – P&P Consulting from the Upsilon Psi Chapter at the University of California - Davis

CREIGHTON 1957 John C. Volles ‘10 * Scott E. Billings ‘86 (9) Eric M. Bodman CFV ‘04-Life (5) Daniel C. Pape ‘85 (2) Gerald F. Petersen ‘60 William F. Rozmajzl ‘57 Becky A. Smouse ‘96-Life (7)

DAYTON 1956 Thomas V. Ferrero ‘65-Life (5) John A. Ostapuck ‘66-Life (6)

DELAWARE STATE 2006 Daryl C. Brooks ‘05 (4)

DENVER 1910 DELAWARE 2009 Phillip Bonarigo ‘09 * Lona Garner ‘09 *

Louis C. Golm ‘62-Life (3) Jerry C. Higginson ‘61-Life (2) Alex C. McDonald ‘55-Life Larry M. Wile ‘90-Life


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DePAUL 2002 Brandon J. Mandarino ‘07 (3)

DETROIT (DAY) 1930 Francis G. Doherty ‘50-Life (2) Ronald C. Hritzkowin ‘53-Life (4) Robert W. Jassoy ‘60 (4) James P. Parrino ‘68-Life (12) Louis W. Petro ‘74-Faculty (2) Gary L. Pilawski ‘69-Life (5) Ralph H. Proctor ‘69-Life (4) Robert A. Spansky ‘62-Life (18) Gerard T. Staeger ‘80-Life (12) Frank D. Stella ‘40-Life (2) # Donald H. Van Hove ‘60-Life (10) John L. Van Vliet ‘62-Life (6)

Cindy M. Sonenthal ‘92 (3) Angela Swenseid ‘07 * Krissy Ann H. Van Meter ‘09 * Taylor J. Ziemann ‘10 *

ELON 1985 Kathy J. Cashmark ‘91-Life (2) Megan E. Kenny ‘02 (6) Erika M. Lamanna ‘06 (3)

EMORY 1926 William D. Barker ‘48-Life (9) Matthew A. Kelsey ‘06 (4) Charles H. Yates ‘49 (4)

FAIRLEIGH DICKENSON 1997 Stephanie Caccamese ‘97-Life (6)

DETROIT (EVENING) 1958 Waldemar C. Cyranski ‘77-Life (3) Gerald E. La Motte ‘65-Life (5) Robert A. Murzin ‘65-Life Jack C. Younke ‘58-Life (8)

DRAKE 1949 Luke K. Anderson ‘99 Allen W. Bethell ‘57 (4) Kelvin C. Boyle ‘60 (3) Robert E. Carlson ‘93-Life (14) Allison M. George ‘09 * Adam J. Hoelscher ‘01-Life (2) Jill Johansen Hastey ‘85-Life (18) % Kjersten M. Krantz-Odendahl ‘09 * Brooke N. Nielsen ‘07 * Daniel E. Prall ‘57-Life (8) Pamela L. Richardson ‘81-Life (18) Erin K. Smith ‘07 * Carley R. Stieg ‘08 * Amanda Sykora ‘07 * Sharon Thai ‘07 (3) * Suzanne M. Ward ‘92-Life (14) Chad S. Whipple ‘00 (2)

DREXEL 1968 Vince E. Henson ‘08 (2)

EAST CAROLINA 1966 Eric J. Anthony ‘06 Neltonia J. Atkinson ‘08 * Hiral V. Kamdar ‘09 * Britany N. Nowell ‘09 * Damon R. Percy ‘07 (2) * Steven D. Such ‘06-Life (4)

EASTERN KENTUCKY 2005 James M. Copeland ‘10-Hon (2) Alison McFarland ‘09 * Amber N. North ‘08 * Alison M. Whelan ‘05-Life (4)

EASTERN MICHIGAN 1964 Michael J. Archer ‘72 (6) Heidi K. Beaber ‘84-Life (3) Michele L. Blinder ‘95 Donald C. Cundy ‘70-Life (18) Katharine A. Denham ‘92-Life (4) Jeffrey E. Frank ‘86-Life (16) James T. Low ‘68-Life (12) Rhonda A. Suggs ‘89 (3)

EASTERN WASHINGTON 1967 Alisha Burger ‘10 * Nuemi Castaneda ‘10 * Johnathan A. Davis ‘09 * Nicole R. Gaut ‘10 * Jenny M. Glendenning ‘09 * Brian D. Hannon ‘09 * Lorena Hernandez ‘10 * Alexander L. Konicke ‘08 * Michelle Langevin ‘08 * Brice W. Leahy ‘09 * Melissa Logan ‘08 * Rachelle K. Malat ‘07 * Aaron F. Matsumoto ‘10 * Amanda C. Miller-Livesay ‘08 * Naomi S. Newcomb ‘06 (5) Sheryl J. O’Keefe ‘84 (3) Luis M. Ramirez ‘09 * Ryan A. Reformado ‘09 * Carli Schmitz ‘09 *

FLORIDA 1926 Michelle D. Baker ‘91 Arthur L. Burke ‘57-Life (6) Adam R. Graves ‘07 Randall L. Haines ‘65-Life (3) Andrew F. Ingley ‘94-Life (3) Bum S. Kim ‘07 (2) Daniel J. McCleary ‘00 (6) Barry I. Meyer ‘72-Life (3) Anthony T. Meyer ‘96-Life (11) Teri A. Miller ‘83-Life Wayne R. Miller ‘83-Life Roy T. Olsen ‘63-Life (8) Stephen E. Smith ‘86-Life (2) Walter J. Smith ‘65-Life (10) Clifford Stern ‘74-Life (5) Jesus V. Velasco ‘73-Life (3)

FLORIDA A&M 2006 Chathya K. Chandler ‘06 Carrington J. Crenshaw ‘09 * Jenai M. Davis ‘09 * Antoinyce Eaton ‘09 Ashley C. Farrish ‘09 * Addison R. Johnson ‘09 * Aylin M. McGinnis ‘08 * Salena D. Meeks ‘06 Alexandria Okon ‘09 * Tyrone D. Smith ‘06-Life (4) Renise Stinson ‘09 * Christopher R. Strong ‘09 * Brian A. Waritay ‘06 (2) *

FLORIDA ATLANTIC 2002 David M. Fredeling ‘08 * Sele Gordon ‘09 * Valentina Lequeux ‘09 * Sai W. Lo ‘09 * Elizee Milhomme CFV ‘02 Dennis S. Palkon ‘04-Faculty (6)

FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL 1992 Carlos M. Acevedo ‘09 * Osmer N. Arauz CFV ‘03 (3) Melissa Campo Duggan ‘95-Life Elizabeth Carpinteyro ‘01 Francys Crevier CFV ‘06 * Rafael A. De Armas ‘10-Life * Larhone Gayle ‘08 (3) Jacqueline M. Ginarte CFV ‘04 Alexis P. Perdomo CFV ‘92-Life (11) Patricia S. Perdomo ‘93-Life (11) Kevin Ramos ‘08 * Cristina M. Trabada ‘92-Life (2) Judene E. Tulloch ‘06

FLORIDA STATE 1949 Heather E. Allen CFV ‘89-Life (13) + Samuel T. Blackburn ‘85-Life (7) James D. Bracken ‘59 (8) Kelly Budnick ‘08 * Robin J. Gethings ‘90 (3) Allison L. Harper CFV ‘94-Life (6) William L. Koleszar ‘86-Life (12) Robert E. McDonald ‘79-Life (2) Kathryn M. Meyer ‘97 (11) Cynthia Nobles ‘00 (5) John W. Quesenberry ‘95-Life (4) Kenneth L. Sjoberg ‘91-Life (5)

FORDHAM 1963 Douglas D. Patrick ‘86-Life (3)

FORDHAM-LINCOLN CENTER 1966 Carmine Mangino ‘69 (2)

FORT HAYS STATE 1965 Arin Cutright ‘06 (2) Donald D. Hickman ‘66-Life (4) Denis W. Miller ‘70-Life Diane K. Nemnich ‘82-Life (2) Andrew A. Rupp ‘74-Life (6) Lyle T. Staab ‘76-Life (5) John L. Trapp ‘65-Life (2) Noah Welshans ‘06 (3)

David Vigil ‘08 (2) Wesleigh Wangel ‘09 * Kathy Xu ‘09 * Jerry Yang ‘09 * Justin J. Yen ‘09 * Charles Zhou ‘08 *

Djatou Traore ‘09 * Daniel Turkewitz ‘09 * Hristo Valkov ‘09 * Nicholas T. Voutiritsas ‘09 * Kyle A. Williams ‘08 * Garrett D. Wilson ‘08 (2) * Catherine Yi ‘08 * Maricela Zapian CFV ‘07-Life (3) Christina Zitello ‘09 *

GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS 1959 Carol R. Carter ‘76-Life (5) Ellis J. Jones ‘60-Faculty (14)

CINCINNATI 1958 John E. Okpisz ‘58 (3) Edward B. Rust ‘70-Life

HOFSTRA 1989 Frank D. Lackner ‘89-Life (3)

GANNON 1968 Brian J. Davis ‘92-Life (7) Patricia L. Eline ‘04 (4) Christopher P. Meehan ‘90-Life (15) Michelle E. Szabat ‘08 * Joanne P. Vella ‘78-Life

GEORGE WASHINGTON 1933 Claire Brunner ‘09 * Mark B. Buente ‘09 * Samuel Dewitt ‘08 * Charlotte R. Doney ‘10 * Sarah E. Heifets ‘08 * Matthew Heymann ‘08 (2) * Barton H. Kogan ‘67 (2) Sarah E. Lefferts ‘08 (3) Hillary A. McElroy ‘08 (2) * Bradford P. Monroe ‘09 * Nupur Moondra ‘09 * James H. Nero ‘68-Life (2) Gerald Pinnes ‘08 * Walter N. Propps ‘57-Life (4) Glenna L. Schubert ‘08 * Lea E. Thierman ‘10 * Juliette G. van de Walle ‘09 * Jelena Vlaisavljevic ‘08 *

GEORGIA 1922 Adam G. Blangero ‘97-Life (3) Donald S. Chapman ‘59-Life (5) Arthur J. Finley ‘66 (11) Maywood O. Lawrence ‘65 (3) Thomas R. Merritt ‘55 (2)

GEORGIA STATE 1917 Eldon A. Bailey ‘59-Life (4) J. Smith Harrison ‘76-Life (6) Robert O. Hunt ‘70-Life (3) Marcos A. Kerbel ‘65-Life (4) Tommy Loo ‘71-Life (10) William D. Reeves ‘59-Life (16) Herb L. Stem ‘52-Life Delia G. Tillman ‘94-Life

GEORGIA TECH 1962 Pranav Bahl ‘09 * Mohini K. Bhalani ‘09 * Lee R. Brunner ‘01 Christopher Chang ‘09 * Tiffany L. Chang ‘09 * Yeonjoo A. Choo ‘09 * Shiliang Du ‘08 * Tonya M. Dugger ‘09 * Joel T. Feyereisen ‘08 * Neha R. Gilja ‘09 * Edgar D. Greene ‘92 (3) Natalie A. Kachadurian ‘07 * Kylee S. Kuzminsky ‘08 * Eunice Lee ‘09 * Erin V. McClendis ‘08 * Ankita Neotia ‘09 * Uy Nguyen ‘09 * Diana J. Pak ‘09 * Herschel H. Parikh ‘08 * Jane K. Park ‘09 * Min Sun Park ‘09 * Samantha L. Pinson ‘09 * Christina M. Ruiz ‘09 * Jesus M. Sandoval ‘79-Life (5) Connie Shin ‘09 * Aditya Singhal ‘09 * Varun D. Sipani ‘09 * Krishna C. Tamburino ‘07 * Nancy H. Thanki ‘09 * Maya C. Uddin ‘09 * Sophia N. Uddin ‘08 * Sangeet R. Vellore ‘09 *

HOOSIER ALUMNI 1967

INCARNATE WORD 1979 Kevin D. Esparza ‘82-Life

Gary L. Epperson ‘92-Hon/Life (18)

HOUSTON 2002

INDIANA 1927 William K. Bissey ‘61-Life (13) + Timothy W. Daniels ‘06 (4) Lawrence A. Friend ‘63-Life (5) Gordon I. Gerbick ‘47-Life (17) George E. Hahn ‘57 (4) Robert T. Hawkins ‘63 (2) Charles H. Krueger ‘57 (9) Michelle B. McGuire ‘89-Life (3) David L. Morris ‘66 Tricia Pisani Mulcare ‘95-Life (9) % Christopher J. Mulvihill ‘80-Life (7) Robert C. Nelson ‘47-Life (14) Brian D. Parker ‘93-Life (13) Harold L. Pfrang ‘49-Life (2) Terry J. Robinson ‘80-Life (8) Natalie A. Wulff ‘09 *

Crystal S. Guillory ‘08 * Ming Chun Hsueh ‘08 * Jonathan Lee ‘10 * Joanna M. Romero ‘02 (7)

HOWARD 2009 Courtney G. Holland ‘09 * Kristen D. Price ‘09-Life * Anna L. Smith ‘10 *

IDAHO STATE 1957 Romeo K. Beorchia ‘09 * Alan D. Bodily ‘08 * Daniel A. Christman ‘09 * Christopher W. Messick ‘08 * Brandon Thurman ‘08 * Harold C. White ‘60-Faculty (7)

INDIANA STATE 1985 Jacob Braunecker ‘09 * Curt Bromm ‘06 * Dustin M. Bryant ‘07 (2) Janae D. Buckner ‘08 * Lindsey M. Butorac ‘08 * Brenda S. Chappell ‘91 (4) Lana M. Clifton ‘07 (2) * Chelsea C. Ebaugh ‘10 * Brittany A. Faulkner ‘07 * Alison L. Gehring ‘07 (2) * Morgan E. Godden ‘09 * William G. Hamblen ‘09 * Angela M. Harden ‘08 * Derek A. Heinz ‘10 * Michael D. Hickox ‘09 * Gregory G. Hollis ‘10 * Brandon R. Hunter ‘06 Maulik K. Khatadia ‘03 David L. Lund ‘09 * Jessica May ‘05 Whitney N. O’Brien ‘06 Christina D. Porter ‘06 (2) * Andrew K. Pyle ‘06 (2) Jeremy W. Thompson ‘07 * Willie L. Winters ‘04 (3)

ILLINOIS 1913 Katherine Dahlenburg ‘76-Life (7) Thomas J. Duffy ‘63-Life (17) Jacqueline C. Earley ‘97 % John T. Havens ‘46-Life (5) James G. Nussbaum ‘59-Life (4) Theodore F. Smith ‘59-Life (6) Nicholas Stoczanyn ‘02 (4) William F. Templin ‘41-Life (18) Maurice C. Workman ‘48-Life (18)

ILLINOIS-CHICAGO 1966 Farooq A. Abbasi ‘09 * Saeb Ahsan ‘08 (2) * Shruthi Ajjampur ‘08 (2) * Tuba Arshad ‘09 * Jason Avila ‘07 (3) * Brenda Ayala ‘09 * Lauren Badke ‘09 * Christian A. Bautista ‘09 * Alyssa R. Bequeaith ‘09 * William A. Biancucci ‘09 * Carolina Borelli ‘09 * Vanessa Campos ‘08 * Julio R. Castillo ‘08 (2) * Raul G. Chavez ‘07 * Matthew I. Connor ‘08 * Erik C. Cooper ‘09 * Alexandria M. Dyschkant ‘08 * Alexandria M. Fatianow ‘09 * Cynthia D. Gomez ‘09 * Robert Halpert ‘08 * Patton S. Hammond ‘09 * Cherie A. Harshman ‘08 (2) * Nadine Irsheid ‘08-Life * Agnieszka Kirpa ‘09 * Rui Li ‘08 (2) * Nuwan Liyanage ‘08 * Qiyuan Lui ‘09 * Calvin Miller ‘09 * Rahul Modi ‘09 * Alejandra Mojica ‘09 * Rushi Parekh ‘08 * Shuhani Patel ‘07 * Beatrice Quach ‘09 * Allan J. Rohr ‘66-Life (17) Lisa A. Ruble ‘08 (2) * Camille Sanchez ‘09 * Natalie J. Santos ‘09 * Jamie Shah ‘08 * Lauren Sweeney ‘08 (2) * Magdalena Szudy ‘09 * Lawrence Tang ‘08 *

IOWA 1923 Robert L. Anderson ‘54 (7) Ronald W. Cerutti ‘85-Life Tony C. Clark ‘74-Life (18) Courtney Cox Smith ‘93-Life (6) Nancy A. Ghizzone ‘89-Life (14)

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George L. Grovert ‘61 (3) Robert L. Hammond ‘70-Life (2) Brittany A. Hein ‘98 % Kenneth J. Kolbet ‘61-Life (2) Marvin J. McElvain ‘73-Life (7) Pamela A. Miksell CFV ‘96-Life (4) Robert E. Richardson ‘76-Life (18) % James E. Starr ‘64-Life (3) Wayne D. Walters ‘65-Life (6) Jeffrey B. Warner ‘84-Life (13) William H. Weresch ‘65-Life (4) Christin M. Winans ‘80 (6)

IOWA STATE 1958 Jennifer J. Dobel CFV ‘01-Life (4) Fan Feng ‘09 * Molly H. Haberl ‘08 * Ryan M. Helling ‘08 * Adrian W. Hollander ‘61-Life (13) William H. Prouty ‘62-Life (3) Melissa J. Stowe CFV ‘98-Life (8) %

JACKSONVILLE 1962 Janice Bradley ‘07 * Christopher A. Bush ‘84-Life (6) Elizabeth McCullough ‘87-Life (5) % David W. Simpkins ‘80-Life (7) Jeffrey S. Spero ‘86-Life (4)

JACKSONVILLE STATE 2009 Tristan Biggs ‘09 * Alvin Brewer ‘09 * Shakenya C. Burch ‘09 * Karin Chirico ‘09 * Jonathan P. Davis ‘09 * Charles C. Dixon ‘09 * Rodrick A. Dorsey ‘09 * Chedrick Edwards ‘09 * Ashley Graham ‘09 * Gabriel A. Hall ‘09 * Victorya Harris ‘09 * Jamini E. Hershberger ‘09 * Jessica Hosford ‘09 * Jennifer S. Hulsey ‘09 * Leroy R. Jackson ‘09 * Joshua T. Jennings ‘09 * Joshua M. Jones ‘09 * Nana Kufuor ‘09 * Andrea L. Moultrie ‘09 * Lazarious Reeder ‘09 * Tiffany M. Richardson ‘09 * Rodney B. Smith ‘09 * Rhyan A. Swanson ‘09 * JeLisa Tanniehill ‘09 * Micheal B. Turner ‘09 * Nylisha Wilson ‘09 *

JAMES MADISON 1991 Jeffrey L. Kane ‘91-Life (8) Meredith D. Kane ‘93-Life (8) Patrick R. McQuillan ‘91-Life (3) Matthew J. Phillips ‘09 * Christopher M. Stoney CFV ‘02 (2) Christopher J. Susil ‘92-Life

JOHN CARROLL 1956 Ashley Lewis ‘08 * Katherine M. Prescott ‘05-Life (2)

KANSAS 1920 Gerald T. Canatsey ‘41-Life (3)

KANSAS STATE 1926 Katherine A. Baber ‘09 * Richard L. Badenhoop ‘49-Life (5) Alex J. Bency ‘08 * Pamela L. Bergsten ‘91 (9) Crystal Cartwright ‘02 (3) Nick Desouza ‘09 * Jessica R. French ‘09 * Susan M. Garcia ‘77-Life (5) Kristin N. Gregory ‘03 (6) Alison Manthei ‘08 * Larry L. Miles ‘59-Life (5) Alissa M. Millard ‘06 (3) Jaza Montgomery ‘08 * Daniel T. Oder ‘08 * Bruce E. Peters ‘66-Life (12) Jacob D. Phillips ‘07 *

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Dillon M. Robbins ‘09 * Bobbie Rose ‘08 * Samantha J. Schuckman ‘09 * Cassandra A. Skweres ‘09 * Heather D. Stos ‘09 * Phillip J. Thompson ‘72 (7) Kyle G. Tipton ‘09 *

Sarah A. White ‘07 (2) * William L. Wilson ‘07 * Andrew Wilson ‘07 (2) * Danielle Witt ‘07 (2) Bridget Wolfe-Bertling ‘07 * Jennifer Ydoate ‘09 (2) * Adal A. Yousef ‘09 * Andrew Zavakos ‘09 (2) *

KENTUCKY 1998 Heather Abdelghany ‘07 (2) * Athanasis Agamemnonos ‘09 (2) * Christopher S. Allen ‘09 (2) * Parisa Amoozegar ‘08 (2) * Kali Andress ‘07 (2) * Clarissa Ansley ‘09 * Claire Archibald ‘09 * Alexander B. Atkinson ‘08 (2) * Scott D. Augsback ‘09 (2) * Jessica A. Birchwell ‘07 * Thaddeus Blevins ‘09 * Mary Jo Boles ‘08 (2) * Brandon S. Boyd ‘03 Melissa R. Campbell ‘07 (3) * Jerone Chandrakumar ‘09 * Matthew Clark ‘09 * Emily M. Conley ‘08 (2) * Hailey Crook ‘09 (2) * Kristen E. Dickey ‘08 (3) * Ashley E. Dunn ‘09 * Meredith Durbin ‘09 * Clarissa N. Durham ‘09 * John P. Enzweiler ‘08 (2) * Tyler P. Fallin ‘08 (2) * Jessica Fischesser ‘08 (2) * Aaron M. Fons ‘07 (2) * Elizabeth B. Gay ‘09 (2) * Andrew D. Goodale ‘08 (2) * Paul D. Goodman ‘08 (3) * Beverly K. Hargis ‘09 * Staci E. Hausch ‘08 (3) * Meredeth Howard ‘09 * Julia Howard ‘08 (2) * Sheila L. Hubbard ‘10 * Lauren N. Jellison ‘08 (2) * Elizabeth Keller ‘07 (3) * Matthew Kiernam ‘09 * Zachary D. King ‘09 * Emily Lawler ‘09 (2) * Nolan Lowry ‘09 (2) * Melissa G. Lucas ‘98 (8) Jessamy A. Lyons ‘05 Samantha J. Maddox ‘09 (2) * Kacey E. Marr ‘07 (3) * Lea Mattingly ‘09 * John D. Metz ‘07 (3) * Whitney Molter ‘07 (3) * Kyla Montgomery-Cochran ‘08 (2) * Addison K. Moore ‘09 * Alexandra Moses ‘08 (2) * John N. Nicholas ‘07 (2) * Cody Noffsinger ‘09 * Jacy D. Palmer ‘07 (3) * Kristin A. Palmer-Ball ‘07 * Patrick J. Palsha ‘08 * Richard Parsons ‘09 (2) * Katlin Pendleton ‘09 * Chatham Penrod ‘08 * Victoria L. Philipp ‘08 (2) * Jessica M. Pitman ‘07 (2) * Zachary J. Purol ‘08 (3) * Cory A. Reinle ‘08 (3) * Riley C. Rogers ‘09 * Aaron M. Ryan ‘09 * Toni E. Santos ‘07 * Evan D. Schroader ‘08 (2) * William A. Sewell ‘08 (2) * Abdel- Sater Shalash ‘09 * Brendan Squillante ‘09 * Erin Stine ‘07 (3) * Jonathan K. Stocke ‘09 (2) * Alex M. Taylor ‘09 (2) * Brooks A. Teasley ‘09 (2) * Sarah R. Thornsberry ‘08 (2) * Kathleen A. Volker ‘09 (2) * Kyle M. Von Handorf ‘08 (2) * Patrick J. Walker ‘09 * Jonathan R. Walton ‘08 (3) * Thomas L. Ward ‘09 * Christina A. Wemer ‘07 (3) * Natalie White ‘07 (2) * Ryan G. White ‘08 (2) *

MIAMI 1941 Jordan Chadsey ‘08 * George M. Corrigan ‘47 (3) Brett J. Kiah ‘09 * Margarita A. Manrara ‘83 Daniel D. Mendoza ‘99-Life (11) % Jacob D. Powell ‘09 * Manuel E. Pravia CFV ‘89-Life (14) Ilyne B. Sbar ‘88-Life (10)

MISSISSIPPI STATE 1983 Hubert L. Carpenter ‘61-Faculty

MISSOURI 1920 Jack E. Bush ‘56 Eugene H. De Boer ‘69-Life (6) David M. Heimos ‘74-Life (7) Mark W. Kemp ‘69-Life (5) Karen A. King ‘84 Duncan L. Matteson ‘54-Life (6) James L. Riley ‘79-Life (3) Gene E. Rodemich ‘41 (2) Lesley A. Siegfried ‘86-Life (6) Adam C. Stoverink ‘02 (6)

LAMAR 1980 ReNita Antoine ‘09 * Robinson Bui ‘04-Life (5) Caralicia Caldwell ‘09 * Damein D. Fluker ‘09 * Courtney C. Harrison CFV ‘05-Life (5) Ronald D. Johnson ‘09 * Amy E. Pumphrey ‘07 (3) *

LIPSCOMB 1956 Michael D. Canterbury ‘69-Life (7) Robert J. Forstall ‘62-Life Shannon C. Lehman ‘07 (3) * Matthew P. Simmons ‘09 *

LOCK HAVEN 1992 Rachel L. Geiser ‘09 * Andrew J. Gibbons ‘96-Life Alexander B. Hambleton CFV ‘02 (5) Jordan N. Heineman ‘09 * Jonathan M. Olsen ‘06 Jennifer R. Salamh ‘02 (3) Evan M. Timme ‘08 (2) * Jonathon G. Torres ‘06 (4)

LOUISIANA TECH 1967 Earl G. Pitre ‘89-Life (4) Paul E. Turner ‘80-Life (6)

LOUISVILLE 1998 Brent A. Jones ‘99-Life (9) Sherry L. Wright ‘01 (9)

LOYOLA 1952 Robert R. Fuesel ‘56-Life (2) Herman M. Hong ‘87-Life (8) Erin E. Hurd ‘04 (2) * Richard R. Yetter ‘56 (4)

LOYOLA NEW ORLEANS 2001 Emily B. Dureau ‘07 (3) * Kiva N. Keiser ‘07 * Sherah A. LeBoeuf CFV ‘05-Life (4)

MIAMI (OHIO) 1955 Jessica M. Carlson ‘08 * Michael E. Gerwe ‘56-Life (8) Roman D. Huwel ‘08 * Genna M. Morocco ‘08 * Thomas C. O’Donnell ‘08 * Michael D. Palmisano ‘09 * Anthony D. Pappas CFV ‘03-Life (2) Donald Santavicca ‘63-Life (8) Jaclyn A. Schiemann ‘08 * Emily D. Sterling ‘07 * Jason A. Vaughan ‘08 * Neil E. Williams ‘67-Life (2)

MISSOURI STATE 1983 Melody K. Bieler ‘08 (2) * Mackenzie A. Crosby ‘07 * Ella Edwards ‘09 * Lucas J. Grotts ‘09 * Jamie L. Haertling ‘08 * Scott S. Hall ‘08 * Shauna N. Henkle ‘08 (2) * Edward G. Jenkins ‘09 * Michael S. McKee ‘09 * Heather R. Morris ‘92-Life (15) Stephen T. O’Larte ‘09 * Chelsey L. Snow ‘08 * Matthew D. Steward ‘08 * Mark T. Sullivan ‘83 (6) Kirsten A. Taetz ‘08 * Karen Lee Woodall ‘97-Faculty (4)

MICHIGAN 1921 Joel L. Gauthier ‘64-Life (3) H. Roger Secrest ‘48-Life (16) Charles E. Swanson ‘49-Life (4) Steven T. Tabac ‘63-Life (8) +

MICHIGAN-DEARBORN 1966 Joseph C. Adams ‘79-Life (3) Randall C. Budden ‘82-Life (9) Scott A. Drogs ‘88-Life (7) Stacey M. Drogs ‘90-Life (7) Steven L. Finch ‘72 (6) Edward J. Koss ‘76-Life (9) Elliott H. Ring ‘76-Life (2)

MISSOURI WESTERN 2000 Brandon J. Bernhardt ‘09 * Ernest C. Chamblee ‘09 * Ashley E. Falter ‘04 (5) Jacob C. Harper ‘09 * Amanda A. Hausman ‘09 * Jessica J. Hills ‘07 * Allison M. Humphrey ‘08 * Joe L. Jones ‘09 * Bethany A. Kirkendoll ‘09 * Rebecca A. Kuehn ‘04 Michael A. Lamar ‘09 * Brittany L. Malone ‘09 * Lance E. Neal ‘09 * Cassandra N. Schuster ‘05 (4) Kiley S. Slater ‘08 (2) * Molly K. Smith ‘09 * Emily L. Snyder ‘09 * Tiphani M. White ‘07 (3) *

MICHIGAN STATE 1952 Paul R. Bailey ‘88-Life (5) + Louis R. Barkman ‘98-Life (8) John R. Bebes ‘84-Life % Michael R. Berard ‘67-Life (4) Robert F. Garvin ‘59-Life (7) John R. Hudak ‘85-Life (9) Gerard W. Kohls ‘74 (2) Michael D. Lorenz ‘80-Life (5) David G. Maples ‘75 (3) John D. Marion ‘63-Life (4) Steven M. Patch ‘77-Life (10) John R. Rachfal ‘62 (9) Daniel J. Roselli ‘89-Life (6) + Ronald N. Sakowski ‘62-Life (2)

MONTANA 1917 Donald F. Stanaway ‘49-Life (4)

MAINE 2005 April A. Corcoran ‘05 (2)

MICHIGAN TECH 1968 Thomas R. Arbuckle ‘73-Life (3)

MANCHESTER 2001 Jonathan Ellis ‘03 (3) Emelie Safstrom ‘04 (2) David Wilding ‘03

MARIST COLLEGE 1991 Michael J. Coughlin ‘92 (6) Jayme S. Stofko ‘92-Life (15) Julio A. Torres ‘98 (4)

MARQUETTE 1926 William R. Goldammer ‘54-Life (18) Leo V. Ryan ‘44-Life (12)

MARYLAND 2007 Jillian A. Aquino ‘09 * Eric M. Brown ‘09 * Stephen Cremona-Simmons ‘09 * Brett A. Cullen ‘09 * Marcy E. Dicarlo ‘09 * Allie M. Gluck ‘09 * Stephanie L. Johnson ‘09 * Hongbiao Ke ‘09 * Daniel Kwak ‘09 * Andrew M. Levine ‘07 (3) Eric J. Luh ‘09 * Nicholas W. Rust ‘07-Life (3) Jeremy A. Stark ‘07 (3)

McGILL 2003 Hugo Bergeron Marier ‘03

MONTCLAIR STATE 1973 Veronica L. Garcia ‘00 (4) Jennifer F. Johnson ‘93 (7) Andrea Nemeth CFV ‘91-Life (10) James A. Ostic ‘90 (9) Chad E. Smith CFV ‘93 (7) Gregory P. Weber ‘81-Life (12)

MIDDLE TENNESSEE 1965 James M. Davis ‘70-Life (2) William J. Dodson ‘02 (4) Terrance R. Eubanks ‘07 Jeffrey A. Owens ‘08 * Mark C. Raulston ‘91-Life (12) Laurie A. Raulston ‘88-Life (12) Timothy D. Rieder ‘78-Life (2) Dante A. Shaw ‘09 * Dan L. Stubblefield CFV ‘89-Life (10) + Susan A. Titshaw ‘91-Life (10) Marcus D. Tompkins ‘09 *

MURRAY STATE 1966 Jesse Adams ‘09 * Brie J. Anderson ‘09 * Matthew S. Beeler ‘09 *

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MINNESOTA 1922 Austin G. Anderson ‘51-Life George S. Barquist ‘47 (3) Arthur W. Carlson ‘49-Life (11) Curtis A. Cleveland ‘74 (6) Thomas M. DeNeui ‘74 Richard J. Ellingson ‘62 (2) Lyle V. Hanson ‘49-Life (15) Thomas R. Hendry ‘64-Life (5) Robert W. Johnson ‘59 (4) Richard J. Meyer ‘56-Life (17) Evan Parrott ‘07 * Jonathon R. Podvin ‘05 (2) Charles L. Squires ‘63-Life Matthew L. Wood ‘02

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( ) Consecutive Giving Consecutive years of giving since the 1991-92 campaign are included in parenthesis. % Matching Gift Donor was eligible for a matching gift which was received during the campaign. *

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NEBRASKA-OMAHA Kaylee K. Smith ‘08 (2) *

ACADEMY

NEVADA-LAS VEGAS 1966

The 2010 Academy was held June 26-29 in Morgantown, Ind. This intimate, hands-on, challenging learning experience was designed especially for those students who demonstrate outstanding leadership potential. The Academy is based on the contemporary concepts contained in the business best seller The Leadership Challenge and focuses on the practices and commitments of exemplary leaders. A limited enrollment and a remote location ensure that the experience is highly personal. Interactive group sessions are complemented by small group discussions led by AKPsi facilitators.

Steve M. Ahn ‘09 * Anthony Alegrete ‘10 * Adam T. Ciepiela ‘04 Angelia N. County ‘08 * Robert G. Kay ‘08-Life * Lea B. Lumba ‘09 * Jeffrey J. Takiguchi ‘08 * Heather T. Wright ‘08 (2) *

NEW MEXICO 1948 William A. Cleary ‘67-Life (4) Mireya Herrera ‘05 (5) Jessica A. McQueston CFV ‘05 (5) Ryan K. Montoya ‘05 (5)

NEW YORK 1904 Robert A. Marra ‘59-Life (7) Michael E. Mulvaney ‘70-Life David J. Scholes ‘65-Life (5) Jack L. Verdi ‘63-Life (11) Edward J. Zalewski ‘50 (4)

NIAGARA 1955 Edwin M. Kennedy ‘59-Life (4) James J. McCarthy ‘91-Life (2) Laura B. Stevens ‘99 (4) Steven W. Weigand ‘98 (2) William S. Wonsiewski ‘57-Life

UNC-CHAPEL HILL 1925

Through a generous grant from Dan (Michigan State ‘89-Life) and Sara Roselli, alumni chapters and individuals, the foundation covered all expenses for students participating in the four-day leadership development institute in June.

Samuel Battan Colorado ‘07 Class of 2004 Academy Fellow

Matthew Heymann George Washington ‘08 Barton H. Kogan Fellow

Kevin Sander Fort Hays State ‘09 Motor City / Robert A. Spansky Fellow

Bryan Beasley Saint Louis ‘08 Nathan Lane Jr. Fellow

Brett Kiah Miami ‘09 Florida Gold Coast Alumni Fellow

June Thompson Pittsburgh ‘07 Howard N. Jefferson Fellow

Fiona Cheung Washington ‘08 Class of 2003 Academy Fellow

Nicolaos Lemieux Maine ‘09 Class of 2001 Academy Fellow

Laura Turansky Florida State ‘08 Frederic R. Leach Fellow

Kelsey Cohen Maryland ‘08 Management Team Fellow

Alyssa Martinez Arizona ‘09 Class of 2006 Academy Fellow

Luka Vidovic California - Davis ‘09 Class of 2008 Academy Fellow

Hannah Goedert Denver ‘07 Class of 2007 Academy Fellow

Laura Menendez Drake ‘07 George L. Bergen Fellow

Brian Waritay Florida A&M ‘07 Class of 2009 Academy Fellow

Patricia Grinnell James Madison ‘08 Class of 2002 Academy Fellow

Kozy Mitsunari Nevada - Las Vegas ‘08 Vasquez/Giroux - Iota Xi Fellow

David Williams Fresno State ‘09 Wadeco Fellow

Shashank Gupta Rutgers ‘09 Class of 2005 Academy Fellow

Candice Randall Oregon State ‘09 David and Wendy Wendroff Fellow

Joseph Berghausen ‘09 * Jorge M. Bermudez ‘09 * Adam M. Breivogel ‘09 * Jessica L. Cary ‘07 (3) * Wendy R. Copeland ‘05 (2) Nathan Crafton ‘09 * Megan D. Dodson ‘03 Elizabeth L. Files ‘09 * Kelly J. Fineman ‘04 * Kimberly Franklin ‘09 * Darwin J. Garrett ‘09 *

Casey M. Helton ‘07 (3) * Jonathan J. Holzapfel ‘08 (2) * Latika C. Hudspeth ‘08 (2) * Derek W. Hunter CFV ‘01-Life (8) Jonathan H. Jones ‘07 (3) * Matthew R. Kasten ‘09 * Brian Kinnaman ‘07 (3) * Bart G. Lewis ‘09 * April N. Mitchell ‘09 * Andrew W. Mize ‘09 * Caroline C. Orr ‘09 *

Shane M. Osborne ‘08 (2) * Ashley Perry ‘09 * Allyson M. Putman ‘09 * Jenna R. Ray ‘07 (3) * Darcie R. Smotherman ‘09 * Lucas E. Tanner-Gray ‘08 (2) * Kristen E. Willinger ‘08 (2) * Jeffrey A. Wood ‘09 * Nahyun Yoo ‘08 (2) * Shannon Young ‘09 * Jie P. Zhu ‘09 *

NEBRASKA 1914 Vance A. Baker ‘50-Life (7) Benjamin M. Clements ‘07 Elizabeth Cleveland ‘08 (2) * Kinsey Grove ‘08 (2) * Daniel E. Lantis CFV ‘01 (2) Alex M. Leonard ‘07 Marisa A. Pont ‘04 (6) Rebecca M. Waltke ‘03 Dustin Will ‘06 Catherine E. Wiseman ‘01 (4)

Paul D. Freedle ‘60-Life (17) Katarina A. Karczewski ‘91-Life Jason J. Kunsa ‘91-Life (3) Rufus B. Langley ‘62-Life (7) Jesse V. Noland ‘51-Life Antony D. Roberson ‘91-Life (4) Sharon E. Scruggs ‘95-Life (6) Jean M. Souweine ‘52-Life (4) Billy J. Woosley ‘55-Life (4) Zachary H. Wright ‘91-Life (9) Harry N. Young ‘51 (9)

UNC-CHARLOTTE 1968 Diana M. Bond ‘09 * Margaret E. Carter ‘08 (2) * Jamie Dalrymple ‘09 * Kenneth M. Freeland ‘73-Life (3) Cecilia S. Garzon ‘09 * Joshua S. Greenberg ‘07 (3) Eliza J. Hernandez ‘09 * James H. Killian ‘70-Life (4) Lindsey C. Kueser ‘09 * Chelsea M. Lavalleur ‘09 * Christine N. Manning ‘09 * Danielle L. Mennella ‘08 (2) * Natasha K. Nickerson ‘09 * James C. Nuccio CFV ‘09-Life * + Jessica B. Oliver ‘09 * Brandon S. Rucker ‘05 Caleb R. Truitt ‘02 (7) Katherine C. Wagner ‘08 (2) * Crystal S. Williams ‘07 (3)

NORTH CAROLINA STATE 1983 Hussain S. Al-Yousuf ‘04 (2) Casey J. Brucken ‘08 (2) * Jenna C. Daniel ‘06 (4) Courtney A. Fescoe ‘07 * Christopher A. Johnson ‘92-Life (8) William T. Laundon ‘83-Life (14) Thomas L. Loveless ‘08 (2) * Brittany C. Marshall ‘08 * Kelley A. Maryman ‘08 * Shanea B. McRae ‘07 (3) * Meagan A. Noriega ‘07 * Kevin V. O’Brien ‘08 * Casey J. Offerman ‘07 * George J. Pappas ‘07 (3) * Mary R. Perry ‘83-Life (3) Jacqueline A. Ritchie ‘07 * Noah M. Sanders ‘97 (8) Korey W. Sullivan ‘08 * Meegan Tiffany ‘09 * Matt C. White ‘08 *

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ALL-AKPSI ACADEMIC TEAM The All-AKPsi Academic Team recognizes juniors and seniors who maintain excellence in academic standing (3.50 GPA or higher) while making positive contributions to their chapter, campus and community. In 2009-10, 205 students were honored as team members, and six (pictured) were selected as team captains and received scholarships from the foundation. TEAM CAPTAINS

Ryan Brauchler Colorado ‘09 Neuroeconomics 3.96 GPA

Hayley Donaldson Miami ‘06 Accounting & Finance 3.98 GPA

Phylicia Hill Seton Hall ‘07 Finance 3.70 GPA

Molly McCafferty American ‘08 Accounting 3.72 GPA

Sunny Shah Georgia Tech ‘06 Chemical Engineering 3.94 GPA

Joy Taylor Drake ‘08 Actuarial Science/Finance 4.00 GPA

2009-10 ALL-AKPSI ACADEMIC TEAM CENTRAL REGION Alison Manthei, Kansas State ‘08 Seth Botts, Missouri ‘08 Laura Eisenbeis, Missouri ‘07 Adam Fletcher, Missouri ‘08 Faith Frangenberg, Missouri ‘07 Bobby Golebiewski, Missouri ‘08 Joe Mehari, Missouri ‘09 Weston Merrick, Missouri ‘07 John Ruppert, Missouri ‘09 Katie Salisbury, Missouri ‘08 Brittany Weissman, Missouri ‘08 David Harrison, Southeast Missouri ‘07 Christie Nash, Southeast Missouri ‘07

EASTCENTRAL REGION Kimberly Barker, Case Western Reserve ‘09 Jessi Carlson, Miami ‘08 Mike Emling, Miami ‘07 Jonathan Jekeli, Miami ‘08 Stefan Linder, Miami ‘08 Sarah Newport, Miami ‘07 Gabriel Bilen, Michigan ‘08 Joe Marshall, Michigan ‘08 Amy Ostrowski, Michigan ‘07 Caroline Rooney, Michigan ‘07 Chandler Rough, Michigan ‘08 Juleah Szopo, Michigan ‘08 Lusa Zhou, Michigan ‘08 Tiff Killian, Northwood ‘06 Paul Rowley, Northwood ‘06 Xiyang Liu, Ohio State ‘09 Raffi Setrakian, Ohio State ‘07 Stephanie Smith, Ohio State ‘08 Erik Vossler, Ohio State ‘08

EASTERN REGION Lisa Klispie, Buffalo ‘07 David Leong, Carnegie Mellon ‘07 Melissa Hilken, Lock Haven ‘08 Evan Timme, Lock Haven ‘08 Julie Guthrie, Penn State ‘07 Alyssa Rosenblum, Penn State ‘06 Erin Bond, Pittsburgh ‘09 Megan Creahan, Pittsburgh ‘08 Mike Harris, Pittsburgh ‘08 Emily Kretschman, Pittsburgh ‘07 Amanda Miller, Pittsburgh ‘09 Alex Schultz, Pittsburgh ‘08 Carly Smith, Pittsburgh ‘07 June Thompson, Pittsburgh ‘07 Chuck Vaughn, Shippensburg ‘08 Laura Ager, Slippery Rock ‘09 Lucas Feathers, Slippery Rock ‘08

MIDEAST REGION Ayesha Abbasi, American ‘08

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MIDWEST REGION Cherie Harshman, Illinois - Chicago ‘08 Elizabeth Keller, Kentucky ‘07 Kyle Von Handorf, Kentucky ‘08 Jonathan Holzapfel, Murray State ‘08 Mallory Schenk, Southern Indiana ‘07 Megan Bains, Wisconsin - Milwaukee ‘08 Travon Haase, Wisconsin - Milwaukee ‘08 Britta Rowe, Wisconsin - Milwaukee ‘07 Daniel Sakar, Wisconsin - Milwaukee ‘08

NORTHCENTRAL REGION Katie Capelli, Creighton ‘07 Heather Huneke, Drake ‘07 Emily Johnson, Drake ‘07 Laura Menendez, Drake ‘07 Austin Mitchell, Drake ‘07 Brooke Nielsen, Drake ‘07 Dan Schneck Skiba, Drake ‘07 Erin Smith, Drake ‘07

Amanda Sykora, Drake ‘07 Joy Taylor, Drake ‘08 Sharon Thai, Drake ‘07 Matt Neir, Minnesota ‘07 Liz Cleveland, Nebraska ‘08 Megan McKillip, Nebraska ‘08 Alison Wedermyer, Nebraska ‘07

NORTHEAST REGION Pranav Gupta, New York ‘08 Sid Biswas, Rutgers ‘09 Phylicia Hill, Seton Hall ‘07 Michelle Molina, Seton Hall ‘08

NORTHWEST REGION David Lee, Oregon ‘09 Mark Prats, Oregon ‘08 Diana Xing, Oregon ‘08 Candice Randall, Oregon State ‘09 Fiona Cheung, Washington ‘08

SOUTHCENTRAL REGION Ericka Davis, North Texas ‘08 Miguel Robinson, North Texas ‘08

SOUTHEAST REGION Aylin McGinnis, Florida A&M ‘08 Brian Waritay, Florida A&M ‘06 Leilani Soto, Florida International ‘08 Joseph Gephart, Florida State ‘09 Ashley Hood, Florida State ‘09 Stephanie Malen, Florida State ‘07 Michael Adams, Georgia ‘08 Amanda Chamberlain, Georgia ‘07 A.J. Smith, Georgia ‘08 Anwer Gheddai, Georgia State ‘09 Joel Feyereisen, Georgia Tech ‘08 Sunny Shah, Georgia Tech ‘06 Hayley Donaldson, Miami ‘06 Karen Bussey, South Carolina State ‘09 Madison Goode, Stetson ‘07 Diana Obodoako, West Georgia ‘08

SOUTHWEST REGION Kimberly Hagg, Arizona ‘08 Catherine Marcoly, Arizona ‘06 Alyssa Martinez, Arizona ‘09 Rae Murillo, Arizona ‘08 Daniel Ortega, Arizona ‘08 Elissa Stremlau, Arizona ‘07 Shannon Timms, Arizona ‘07 Reilly Carpenter, Arizona State ‘08 Steven Dickson, Arizona State ‘06 Sarah Feller, Arizona State ‘06 Tim Haitaian, Arizona State ‘07 Matt Hunt, Arizona State ‘06 Amy Hwang, Arizona State ‘08

Sean McGowan, Arizona State ‘07 Searcy Menick, Arizona State ‘08 Daniel Miranda, Arizona State ‘08 Caitlin Nothwehr, Arizona State ‘08 Kirsten Stubbs, Arizona State ‘08 Victoria Tripp, Arizona State ‘09 Ross Weisman, Arizona State ‘06 Vicki Volkar, Cal Poly SLO ‘09 Janet Jin, California - Berkeley ‘08 Adrienne Wong, California - Berkeley ‘09 Lauren Levin, California - Davis ‘09 Roger Liang, California - Davis ‘08 Jason Thai, California - Davis ‘09 Alyssa Chen, California - Los Angeles ‘07 Christopher Wong, UCLA ‘06 Aaron Chan, California - San Diego ‘09 Anna Luan, California - San Diego ‘07 Melissa Freeman, California State - Fresno ‘09 Yekta Karimi, California State - Fresno ‘09 Juling Teters, California State - Fresno ‘09 David Williams, California State - Fresno ‘08 Lindsey Carter, Chapman ‘08 Jennifer Chow, Chapman ‘09 Rachel DePersis, Chapman ‘08 Michael Koll, Chapman ‘09 Nicole Mobraaten, Chapman ‘08 Michael Tran, Chapman ‘07 Sally Tran, Chapman ‘07 Zachary Clayton, Nevada - Las Vegas ‘08 Kozue Mitsunari, Nevada - Las Vegas ‘08 Soren Croxall, San Diego ‘07 Erin Downey, San Diego ‘08 Jason Williams, San Diego ‘08

SOUTHERN REGION Natasha Austin, Alabama ‘09 Katie Brock, Alabama ‘06 Katie Evans, Alabama ‘08 Matt Golson, Alabama ‘08 Rachel Hester, Alabama ‘09 Caitlin Mitchell, Alabama ‘08 Nichole Pruitt, Alabama ‘08 Kyle Tucker, Alabama ‘08 Emily Whitehead, Alabama ‘08 Brandon Mckinney, Ala. Birmingham ‘08 Catherine Finkley, Alabama State ‘07 Jennifer Hulsey, Jacksonville State ‘09 Jake England, Lipscomb ‘07 Rett Rivers, Samford ‘07

WESTCENTRAL REGION Emily Booth, Colorado ‘08 Ryan Brauchler, Colorado ‘09 Lauren Costantini, Colorado ‘07 Thomas Gallanis, Colorado ‘07 Sara Hemric, Colorado ‘06 William Hertlein, Colorado ‘07 Pamela Menert, Colorado ‘08


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NORTHERN COLORADO 1995 Nathan A. Cape ‘05-Life (5) Amanda S. Carlson ‘08 * Brent A. Erickson ‘08 (2) * Jessica Felix ‘09 * Vlad J. Gaciu ‘09 * Evan George ‘06 * Taylor J. Groth ‘09 * Taylor Holland ‘07 * Alysha Jensen ‘09 * Julianna Keleher ‘09 * Shawna M. Lichtenberg ‘08 (2) * Katherine A. Linne ‘09 * Alyssa MacMahon ‘08 * Gary C. Mehalic ‘07 (2) * Kristi E. Meyer ‘09 * Marco A. Molieri ‘09 * Arilene M. Ocampo ‘09 * Shannon K. Regan CFV ‘06-Life Natalie S. Riddle ‘09 * Amber Scott ‘07 * Shareeta S. Venkatapathy ‘09 *

Megan P. Weisman ‘07 (2) Edward F. Yule ‘58 (3)

OKLAHOMA STATE 1920 Konrad A. Broussard ‘84 (3) Vickie A. Dahnke ‘82-Life (2)

OLD DOMINION 1959 Gregory M. Arnold ‘84-Life (17) Leslie-Ann J. Brinker ‘76-Life (15) + Michelle C. Brown ‘09 * Nicholas B. Clark CFV ‘86-Life (5) Steven F. Craig ‘79-Life (10) Robert A. Davenport ‘86-Life (18) Keisha R. Melvin ‘08 (2) * William A. O’Brien ‘69-Life (13) Jeffrey T. Rouse ‘86-Life Theresa M. Rouse ‘87-Life Clinton H. Smoke ‘61-Life (2) Alexandrea Sumuel ‘09 * Robin Tarbutton ‘01 Fred B. Williams ‘76-Life

PHILLIPS 1983 Faron L. Johnson ‘83-Life (7)

PITTSBURGH 1912 William V. Angeloff ‘56-Life (2) Tyler K. Bauder ‘09 * Steven R. Bauer ‘99 (5) Anthony Cosnotti ‘01 (4) Mary Cox ‘07 (3) Brian R. Ewing ‘09 * Joanne M. Larson ‘01 (9) Ashley M. Mangiolardo ‘05 (3) Amanda Miller ‘09 * Kenneth M. Shamus ‘97 (7) Caili Yocum ‘09 *

PITTSBURGH-JOHNSTOWN 1991 Keith A. Dosch ‘07 * Chris R. Feather ‘95-Life (9) + Richard A. Hughey ‘91-Life (6)

PORTLAND 1952 NORTHERN MICHIGAN 1967 James D. Gray ‘69-Life (6) Paula N. Lange ‘95 (8) Tina Lewis ‘83-Life (7) Richard A. Slowik ‘67-Life (3) Timothy N. Tanis ‘02-Life (2)

NORTHWESTERN 1911 George Celia ‘45-Life (3) Robert R. Griesedieck ‘04

NORTHWOOD 1978 Dan Rosseel ‘04 (2)

NORWICH 1953 Barry R. Meinerth ‘66-Life (2)

NOVA SOUTHEASTERN 2005 Tamara A. Davis ‘09 * Debbie Etienne ‘09 * Midline Pierre ‘09 * Ariane L. Stone ‘05-Life (5) Sonji Young-Woods ‘08 *

OAKLAND 1985 Valiena A. Allison ‘86 (2) Rebecca M. Bozek ‘86-Life James L. Canvasser ‘98-Life (10) John J. Makowski ‘86-Life (8) Salina Washington ‘94

OHIO 1992 Melissa M. Reihle ‘09 *

OHIO STATE 1915 Susan L. Arnold ‘80-Life (17) Ned K. Barthelmas ‘49-Life (14) Richard A. Bender ‘65-Life (4) Whitney L. Clark ‘08 * Thomas C. Kalnicki ‘90-Life (3) Leonard W. Morrison ‘57-Life (6) Dave Mrowzinski ‘06 (3) John K. Parks ‘90-Life (7) Stephanie M. Smith ‘08 (2) *

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OREGON 1915 Kimberlee A. Arita ‘01 (3) Alex Peerenboom ‘05 Katie L. Peront ‘08 * Maria L. Schell ‘04 (4) Meagan J. Stuart ‘07 * Randy A. Yim ‘08 *

Mark C. MacGibbon ‘96-Life (11) Tam T. Nguyen ‘87-Life Theresa M. Nguyen ‘88 Robert J. Sheehan ‘67-Life Charles D. Steffens CFV ‘87-Life (10) David P. Wendroff CFV ‘79-Life (16) +

PORTLAND STATE 1963 OREGON STATE 1914 Tyler Acevedo ‘08 * Nick S. Ammons ‘06 John S. Bayley ‘09 * Sean T. Bjurstrom ‘09 * Crystal M. Boyd ‘09 * Lindsey Clausen ‘08 (2) * Haley A. Fletcher ‘09 * Dana E. Fromherz ‘08 * Kyle J. Gannon ‘09 * Mia R. Isaacson ‘08 * Bradley Jansen ‘09 * Matthew S. Kagawa ‘09 * Savannah A. Kannier ‘08 Hussain Lajami ‘09 * Liana K. Louie ‘08 * Tiffiny A. Nofziger ‘05 Michol Porter ‘07 * Somer Reed ‘09 * Britta L. Reinan ‘09 * Vanessa Rios ‘08 * Michelle L. Rucker ‘08 * Matthew W. Schulwitz ‘09 * Willen Sin ‘08 * James P. Spangler ‘08 * Timothy D. Stowell ‘09 * Leesa M. Viveiros ‘09 *

PACIFIC LUTHERAN 1963 Karen L. Zapata ‘93-Life (7)

PENNSYLVANIA 1961 Babaesu Bey K. Adibe ‘98-Life (2)

PENN STATE 1950 Nadine Aburaban ‘09 * Laura K. Brodner ‘10 * Alexis A. Bryan ‘10 * Chelsea Burka ‘09 * Megan A. Cyran ‘10 * Arlene Danver ‘82-Life (7) Barbara L. Eckman ‘80-Life Stephen C. Ferguson ‘89-Life Kiersten R. Ferno ‘10 * William L. Foulds ‘64-Life (12) Robert J. Hartman ‘57-Life Jeffrey M. Herres ‘10 * Annie Koppel-Doncsecz ‘83-Life (7) Matthew A. Lochansky ‘10 * Liana J. Marinaro ‘10 * James W. Millsop ‘09 * Catherine Robertson ‘10 * Alyssa B. Rosenblum ‘06-Life Ashley Schano ‘10 * David J. Sholtis ‘86-Life (3) Megan S. Tan ‘09 * Christopher L. Taylor ‘83-Life (4) Thomas N. Tran CFV ‘02-Life (4) Leah R. Tunney ‘10 * W. Frank Vongehr ‘65-Life (7)

Steven D. Anderson ‘83-Life (7) Clifford A. Burns ‘65-Life (3) Paul E. Christen ‘71-Life (3) Gary K. Nelson ‘65-Life (11)

PUGET SOUND 1959 Gary C. Davis ‘70-Life (2) Kelly M. Droop ‘87-Life (3) Sandi K. Kawahara ‘91-Life (17) Melanie A. Kelsey ‘91-Life % W. Ronald Stone ‘61-Life (8) Carly S. Teruya ‘00 (8) Justin T. Teruya ‘00-Life (8) Thomas W. Wagner ‘59-Life (5)

PURDUE 2000 Tom S. Cook ‘08 (2) * Ho Yin Fong ‘09 * Sarah A. Fowler ‘08 (2) * Alison M. Kane ‘06 (4) Colin J. Knapp ‘07 * Jennifer M. Koors ‘09 * Jon F. Kopecky ‘07 * Sim C. Langa ‘08 (2) * Jess C. LaNore ‘00-Hon/Life (11) + Kuan-Hsien Lee ‘05 (2) Kelly A. O’Brien ‘09 * Colin A. Regan ‘08 (2) *

RADFORD 1997 Allison J. Howard ‘08 * Curtis C. Tanner ‘05 (4)

REGIS 1954 Edwin J. Feulner ‘60-Life (12)

RICHMOND 1955 Bruce V. Michelson ‘86 (2) David A. Ralston ‘94-Life (7) D. S. Showalter ‘73-Life (7) Robert S. Ukrop ‘68-Life (12)

RUTGERS 1998 Shannon L. Castellano ‘99 Michelle Mak ‘05 Long Nguyen ‘04 (6) Chad N. Olszyk ‘98-Life (9) Geetha E. Thomas ‘99 Daniel C. Whiteman ‘07 (3)

SAINT LOUIS 1957 Robert D. Ahrens ‘75-Life (4) Jane Costello Dwyer ‘80-Life (17) David J. Eschmann ‘75-Life (10) Dominique D. Gonzales ‘05 Elizabeth A. Hampton ‘78-Life (7) Timothy J. Hampton ‘76-Life (7) % Theodore W. Hartzler ‘09 *

Kenneth B. Hastey ‘76-Life (18) Joel E. Hawley ‘03 (4) Douglas J. Heitkamp ‘05 (4) Lisa L. Irby ‘83-Life (5) Leah M. Kahoun ‘02 (2) Caryle C. Kliesner ‘09 * Anya Leck ‘07 * Maxwell E. Lim ‘09 * Kevin MacTaggart ‘10 * Phil D. May ‘86-Life (10) Alicia D. Neumann CFV ‘96-Life (12) Erin M. Piehl ‘08 * Chris Saul ‘10 * Emily J. Shoemaker ‘09 * Emily L. Sieb ‘09 * Stephanie J. Song ‘09 * Gregory R. Strnad ‘75-Life (7) Cynthia A. Washington ‘82-Life (17) John R. Wielandy ‘62-Life (12) Chavon C. Winfrey ‘04 (5)

SAINT THOMAS 1957 Lawrence J. Keefe ‘57-Life (4)

SAM HOUSTON 1976 Terri L. Cutler ‘93-Life (6) Lea S. Hortin ‘94-Life (4) Renee G. Lee ‘07-Faculty (2)

SAMFORD 1948 Jasmine M. Bolden ‘04 (2)

SAN DIEGO 1978 Jennifer L. Adamany ‘05-Life (5) Melissa A. Bacon ‘09 * Brittany Berg ‘09 * Marcus A. Bitar ‘06 (4) Frank C. Collins ‘08 (2) * Adam C. Cramer CFV ‘03 (2) Jonathan B. Dalmau ‘09 * Peter V. Doan ‘08 (2) * Erin E. Downey ‘08 (2) * Blanca E. Hernandez ‘09 * Myrvete Lila ‘10 * Mariana Luis ‘09 * Grisell Martinez ‘08 (2) * Elizabeth Ochoa ‘08 (2) * Jeremy P. Pangestu ‘09 * Ginna P. Rodriguez ‘08 * Colleen A. Temple ‘09 * Jason T. Williams ‘08-Life (2) *

SAN DIEGO STATE 1986 Daniel Abal ‘09 * Yasin Amba ‘09 * Alexandra A. Andrade ‘09 * Alla Awad ‘09 * Mathieu J. Berthet ‘09 * Jeffrey Boco ‘90-Life (2) Matthew Bregozzo ‘08 * Jeremy Brinkerhoff ‘08 * Hillary F. Bryant ‘06 (4) Luis Carrasco Montero ‘09 * Jennifer Clark ‘09 * Ana M. Contreras ‘09 * Nauzli Dadkhah ‘08 (2) * Christyna A. D’Agati ‘08 (2) * Ashley Davis ‘08 * Matt P. Elmore ‘06 * Nathalie A. Fairfax ‘09 * Pedram Farjad ‘07 (2) * Kathleen A. Fernando ‘08 * Zack E. Flatto ‘09 * Stacy A. Fuerte ‘09 * Adriana Gallardo ‘09 * Joseph N. Gerocs ‘03-Life (6) Jonathan J. Gnibus ‘08 * Kevin A. Grayson ‘07 * Callen R. Grossett ‘09 * Jeana Hale ‘08 (2) * Natthan E. Hamilton ‘09 * Anna Harris ‘08 * Herman G. Hernandez ‘08 (2) * Lora A. Honda ‘07 * Patrick J. Howard ‘09 * Javier Iglesias-Febrero ‘09 * Melanie A. Ishida ‘09 * Brandon S. Jacobson ‘07 * Nick S. Jin ‘09 * Danielle Kanegai ‘08 *

Jaclyn J. Keese ‘09 * Olivia Lea ‘07 (2) * Justin Lee ‘08 * Andrew J. Lekashman ‘09 * Matthew J. Lewis ‘09 * Scott Loy ‘08 (2) * Alice Lu ‘09 * Claire M. Malik ‘08 * Jamie M. Manalili ‘09 * Madelyn Mays ‘07 * Asmara K. Mazur ‘09 * Kevin J. Meyer ‘07 (2) * Kristen N. Nevarez ‘08 * Jeannie T. Ngo ‘09 * Michael Nguyen ‘07 * Vi Y. Nguyen ‘07 * Kasie O?Grady ‘08 * Flor A. Ortiz ‘09 * Aditya S. Padhye ‘08 * Hiten Patel ‘08 * Allison G. Pestano ‘07 * Edmund Petil ‘09 * Kaitlin L. Pierce ‘08 * Kathleen E. Pirillo ‘09 * Jemar C. Quibuyen ‘09 * Angelina Roman ‘08 (2) * Jerry D. Roxas ‘09 * Alison E. Ruggio ‘09 * Robyn G. Seidel ‘06 * Spencer Sellers ‘08 * Sasha I. Silver ‘08 (2) * Christina I. Smith ‘06 (4) Alexander T. Sultan CFV ‘93-Life (10) Heather Takahashi ‘09 * Daryle Tan ‘09 * Maggy Tjin ‘08 * Tasvee Uka ‘08 * Dustin R. Valadao ‘09 * Piera F. Ventura ‘09 * Andre A. Vu ‘09 * Sabrina A. Waller ‘07 (3) * Michael K. Webb ‘09 * Sunni Wells ‘08 * Brittany L. Yary ‘09 * Saturnino R. Yniguez ‘09 *

SAN JOSE STATE 2005 Jessica Chen ‘08 * Renee K. Chu ‘08 * Michael O. Dela Cruz ‘07 Justin C. Dietrich CFV ‘05 (2) Nicole E. Fukumoto ‘06 (4) Johnson Q. Ha ‘08 * Ayaka M. Mitsunari ‘05 (2) Kevin Ng ‘08 * Josephine Nguyen ‘09 * Zhihui Shi ‘09 * Michael C. Wong ‘08 *

SANTA CLARA 2005 David C. Erb ‘06

SEATTLE 1955 Kelly A. Lehigh ‘09 * John E. Matejka ‘67-Life William M. Rogers ‘86-Life (6) Michelle T. Rogers ‘89-Life (6) Erin L. Thorgerson ‘98 (8) Frank R. Vitulli ‘57-Life (7) William A. Wade ‘05-Honorary (7)

SETON HALL 1954 Wayne H. Anthony ‘86 (3) Phil S. Carpentier ‘05 (3) Naneen Christopher ‘05 Jennifer A. Dakin ‘91-Life (4) Albert M. Intili ‘56-Life (4) Alicia M. Mariconda ‘06 (3) Charles H. Mayer ‘66 Marybeth A. Mueller ‘06-Life (4) Arthur J. Sabatini ‘61-Life (12) Tom S. Scarillo ‘88 (9) Michael Stein ‘78-Life (5) John W. Sweitzer ‘65-Life (13) Felix Tuccillo ‘05 (3)

SHIPPENSBURG 1995 Richard A. Abel ‘09 * Abbey L. Brotzman ‘10 * Rebecca L. Davis ‘10 *

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Amelia G. Diana ‘10 * Ryan D. Goodfriend ‘10 * Amy E. Kelley ‘95-Life Ian J. Mandichak ‘10 * Trisha N. McNeal ‘10 * Andrew T. Moyer ‘09 * Joseph D. Mozdy ‘09 * John S. Pierce ‘09 * Allison E. Rossi ‘10 * Nathan A. Roth ‘10 * Derek A. Shade ‘10 * Marlene E. Yovicich ‘00 (3) Elizaveta Zhmurkin ‘10 *

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SLIPPERY ROCK 1978 Laura J. Ager ‘09 * Kathryn J. Epperson ‘06 (2) Sandra J. Hayes ‘08 * Ryan J. Holmgren ‘05 (4) Jenna Hoover ‘09 * Shannon R. Kelley ‘06-Life (3) Bruce T. Orvis ‘01-Faculty (4) Michael L. Rohm ‘07

SOUTH ALABAMA 1969 Matthew T. McCall CFV ‘03 (3)

SOUTH CAROLINA 1948 Daniel G. De Rancy ‘07 Rebecca M. DeNisi ‘07 (3) Brandon L. Gates ‘09 *

SOUTH CAROLINA STATE 1980 Moses O. Bell ‘08 * Ronnie Benbow ‘08 * Derek Best ‘07 * Jasmine D. Binder ‘08 * Brandi Blake ‘09 * Maygen Blake ‘09 * Candyce Brown ‘09 (2) * Robert P. Brown Jr. ‘04 (2) Karen Bussey ‘09 * Clayton T. Chisholm ‘08 * Brandon Collins ‘08 * Rodney Crank ‘08 * Quentin D. Curry ‘07 * Zia Felder ‘09 * Frederick D. German ‘07 (3) Crystal Gibson ‘09 (2) * Ashley Graham ‘08 * Tymon M. Graham ‘08-Life (2) * Shakelia Green ‘09 * Byron Greer ‘08 * Donte L. Gross ‘09 (2) * Beverly D. Hawkins ‘09 * Brandon Jamison ‘08 * Marquita Johnson ‘07 * Valencia Johnson ‘09 * Samantha R. Jones ‘09 * Jamario Lewis ‘09 * Markeya McPherson ‘08 * Tenaja M. Minick ‘09 * Brittany Mitchell ‘08 (2) * Kimberly H. Morgan ‘08 (2) Vontrell Murray ‘08 * Nyesha R. Newton ‘99 (10) Veronica C. Nowell ‘08 * Terrence W. Pendergrass ‘08 * Kortney A. Ragin ‘09 (2) * Mario G. Ricoma ‘05-Faculty Janoah Sallie ‘09 * Angela Self ‘09 (2) * Russell W. Simon ‘08 (2) * Mandy D. Stevens ‘07 (2) * Dorothy M. Wheat ‘09 (2) *

Eniola Akinrinade ‘09 * Chris M. Bailey ‘08 * Joanna Belizaire ‘09 * Kamar Biggs ‘09 * Ryan Bruce ‘09 * Thalia Chavez ‘09 * Shelby Cohen ‘09 * John Dalrymple ‘09 * Benclair Daux ‘09 * Jessica De Leon Reyes ‘09 * Brittani N. Driver ‘09 * Sean Edgar ‘09 * # Paul Hansley ‘09 * Sierra Hillsman ‘09 * Jeffery D. Hughes CFV ‘00 Charles Knighton ‘09 * Su Lwin ‘09 * Timothy J. Menendez ‘09 * Daniel A. Morillo ‘08 * Jeffrey Nunez ‘09 * Willnelly Ortiz ‘09 * Lailani Pendarvis ‘09 * Sean Seaton ‘09 * Kasandrea N. Sereno CFV ‘04 Jon D. Solorzano ‘09 * Anthony Thomas ‘09 * Ketifa Turner ‘09 * Simonne M. Valdez ‘09 * Annie Ware ‘09 * Russell Williams ‘09 *

SOUTHEAST MISSOURI 1965 Samantha R. Davis ‘08 * Ashley N. Duerst ‘08 * Amanda L. Eckert ‘09 * Amanda K. Hardwick ‘09 * David A. Harrison ‘07 (2) * Christopher D. Josephs ‘05 (4) Mikeyel W. Koonce ‘05 (5) Christie R. Nash ‘07 (2) * Glen J. Ozenkoski ‘09 * Zane K. Quible ‘67-Life (6) Michael F. Reber ‘88 Matthew Roser ‘09 * Michael H. Ruesler ‘73-Life (7) Brad Slenker ‘08 * Richard M. Sovanski ‘09 * Albert M. Spradling ‘68-Hon/Life (2) William R. Wehmeyer ‘85-Life (17) Karl H. Zickler ‘70-Life (2)

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 1922 Shanzeh Afridi ‘08 * Kazushiro Aiba ‘08 * Melinda Albert ‘08 * Thomas K. Ao ‘09 * Mohit Bhojwani ‘07 * Kevin M. Boethling ‘79-Life Weina Cai ‘07 * Simon Cao ‘07 * Samantha Castro ‘07 * Kristina Cauthorn ‘08 * Ian H. Chan ‘07 * Eytan Y. Chesed ‘06 (3) Leon M. Cheung ‘09 * Min-Jin Cho ‘08 * Paris A. Christodoulidis ‘06 * Emily Dong ‘07 * Neil R. Dorf ‘75-Life (3) % Nadia Economides ‘08 * Robert T. Flesh ‘72-Life (2)

Jordana A. Geer ‘08 * William C. Himstreet ‘54-Life (16) Ashley Holtz ‘08 * Lilli A. Izumi ‘08 * Edward C. Ji ‘08 * Arpit Kadakia ‘06 * Mai Kang ‘07 * Alex Kiehl ‘08 * Owen K. Kraus ‘52-Life (11) Yvonne E. Kwan ‘07 * Tiffany Lai ‘08 * Allister Lo ‘08 * Kimberly Ludas ‘07 * William Macleod ‘08 * Bryan W. Mere ‘07 * Aaron A. Nio ‘08 * Jonathan Pack ‘08 * Victor M. Paredes-Colonia ‘08 * Brenda Peimbert ‘08 * Saran Phichitsingh ‘07 * Roshan Pritmani ‘07 * Riley Quan ‘08 * Ankit Rungta ‘07 * Adrian Santos ‘06 * Mamta Shah ‘09 * Karan A. Sharma ‘07 * Albert D. Shonk ‘52-Life (18) Jennifer W. Smith ‘04 (3) Rahat R. Sud ‘07 * Daniel Sun ‘09 * Gobind Tandon ‘08 * Eric Tang ‘02-Life (6) Vin A. Taylor ‘58-Life (5) Kethan F. Tellis ‘07 * Marvin Varnphruk ‘09 * Mark D. Warden ‘81-Life (12) + Christopher J. Warmuth ‘74-Life (9) Anita Wong ‘07 * Matt Wong ‘09 * Yangjie Xu ‘09 * Burcu Yildiz ‘08 Peter S. Yoon ‘09 * Tucson Zarrabian ‘07 *

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS 1959 Thomas E. Barry ‘63-Life (4) Kent E. Leighty ‘03 (4) B. Leslie Robinson ‘65-Life (11) Donald E. Swanson ‘63-Life (6) Dominic R. Zaccone ‘82-Life (4)

SOUTHERN INDIANA 1970 Laurissa M. Bray ‘94-Life (12) Melissa A. Dewig ‘05 Adam R. House ‘07 (2) Joseph D. Priest ‘07 *

ST. FRANCIS (PA.) 1964 Guido E. De Angelis ‘64-Life (6)

ST. FRANCIS (N.Y.) 1964 Robert T. Wanderer ‘68-Life (6)

ST. JOHN’S 1947 Steve Alexander ‘09 * William Hecht ‘09 * Tamisha Jackson ‘06 (2) Jennifer Tennant ‘09 * Robert G. Volpe ‘58-Life (18)

Andrew P. Duli, Pittsburgh ‘50-Life By Sue Duli and Family Kristin A. Harder, Richmond ‘96 By John and Mildred Harder John S. and Jennie J. Palkon née Lis By Dennis S. Palkon, Florida Atlantic ‘04-Faculty

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Joel M. Chusid ‘68-Life (4) Debbie A. D’Amico ‘05 (2) Edward C. Edgin ‘86-Life (17) Jerry E. Goff ‘64 (4) Leah M. Hamilton ‘06 (4) Thomas A. Johnston ‘05 (5) Terri Mays ‘05 Drew W. Nabbefeldt ‘04 (5) Allison M. Slate ‘04 (6) W. B. Tollison ‘65-Life (4) Alonzo D. Williams ‘06 (4)

TENNESSEE-CHATTANOOGA 2006 Lauren E. Bass ‘07 * Porscha Boyd ‘07 * Chardonnee Brown ‘08 * Justin Dodson ‘08 * Brittany R. Hunter ‘07 * Larry E. Hurston ‘09 * Camaiya R. Hylick ‘08 * Johnny T. Lester ‘08 * Whitney R. Mckinney ‘09 * Jessica T. Ornsby ‘08 * Kyle A. Richard ‘09 * Courtney N. Wolfe ‘09 * Luvenia E. Young ‘07 *

TEXAS LUTHERAN 1982 Hugo G. Corrales ‘06 (4) * Cody Fuller ‘06 (2) Lynnal N. Ndimande ‘07 (3) * Michelle K. Williams ‘07

TEXAS STATE 1969 Diana C. Babson ‘08 * J. Elliott Cunningham ‘76-Life (2) Derek J. Fowler ‘06 * Denise C. Worley ‘09 *

TEXAS TECH 1966 Scott D. Howell ‘79-Life (9) Richard W. McVay ‘79-Life (8) + Michael Morrison ‘01 Jennifer Vigil ‘78-Life (6) B. Timothy Wilkins ‘88 Kelly M. Wilkins ‘88-Life

TOLEDO 1951 William L. Bolander ‘67 Paulette M. Bongratz ‘09 * James R. Conaway ‘66 (2) Courtney L. DeVanna ‘08 (3) * Shaniqua M. Ellis ‘09 * David W. Gogel ‘66-Life (16) Theodore T. Hahn ‘63-Life (3) Joseph R. Hamel ‘62-Life Alyssa J. Henry ‘09 * Dawn R. Humphrey ‘03 Mckenna Klemz ‘08 (2) * Christin E. Krueck ‘09 * Michael H. Molnar CFV ‘01-Life (5) Steven K. Mueller ‘06 * Ethan W. Oblonsky ‘04 (4) David S. Rex ‘73-Life David M. Rigotti ‘07 (3) % Ann M. Sexton ‘82-Life (18) Kurt A. Short ‘09 * Ashley M. Skibski ‘09 * Erin A. Stampflmeier ‘01 (7) Scott R. Stampflmeier CFV ‘98-Life (7) Jeffrey R. Stoll ‘80-Life (6) Dianna L. Wettrich ‘85-Life (7) Andrew M. Wirthlin ‘06 (2) *

TENNESSEE STATE 2003 Latisha Broomfield ‘09 * India Campbell ‘09 * Rodrick D. Curtis ‘10 * Alisha R. Davis ‘08 * De’Ashiey Davis ‘10 * Nakia Ellison ‘09 * Juanita M. Graves ‘10 * Carol D. Hall ‘07 * Jasmyne Henderson ‘10 * Michael Hooker ‘10 * Anita Horton ‘10 * Kimberly N. Keeling ‘10 * Melissa Martin ‘10 * Leslie McCarroll ‘10 * Delana Norfleet ‘10 * Kellye Pope ‘10 * Mari A. Seay ‘09 * Kaila S. Thompson ‘08 * John H. Turner ‘09 * Regina Walker ‘10 * Heather Williams ‘10 * Timothy J. Williams ‘09 * Keri Wilson ‘10 * Dwayne Woods ‘10 *

TOWSON 2006 Jamar Adams ‘09 * Andrew Blair ‘08-Life (2) * John P. Crosby ‘09-Life * Michael Chambers Heer ‘06-Life (4) David E. Johney CFV ‘06-Life (4) Steven P. Kraft ‘08 (2) * Andrew S. Metz ‘07 (3) * William Perrotta ‘09 * Vadim Shleyfman ‘09-Honorary Stephanie F. Wood ‘07 *

TENNESSEE TECH 1965 Michael W. Albert ‘00-Life (9) Justin G. Anderson ‘04 (6) David A. Boling ‘08 (2) * Hervie F. Clemons ‘09 * Bobby L. Collier ‘68-Life (2) Amber N. Dixon ‘05 * Erik F. Petersen ‘09 * April N. Sanders ‘09 *

TRINITY 1990 Bronson A. Blodgett ‘91-Life (7) Matthew T. Jaeger ‘98-Life (4) Robert S. Lucas ‘05

TEXAS 1915 Richard V. Battle ‘70-Life (3) Julie J. Kestner ‘84 (17) Don A. Tidwell ‘56-Life (4) David L. Wilson ‘86

TRI-STATE 1969 John A. Brossack ‘71-Life (5) Linda S. Hinkle ‘80-Life (12) Wendy A. Wendroff CFV ‘80-Life (16) +

TEXAS-DALLAS 1985 ST. MARY’S COLLEGE 1963 Douglas W. Johnson ‘63-Life (6)

STANFORD 1999 Charles Naut ‘09 *

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TENNESSEE 1964

STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 1966 Donna J. Jones ‘82-Life (14) % Thomas A. Mack ‘82-Life (14)

STETSON 1968 Cynthia DeStefano-Garrison ‘94-Life

Kenneth L. Giles ‘10 * Bahadir H. Koseli ‘10 *

TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN 1969 Veronica Ramirez ‘02 (2)

TEXAS-SAN ANTONIO 1992 Mawutor V. Amesawu ‘07 (2) Andria L. Dever ‘07 (3) Paul J. Garza ‘07 (2) * William M. Hansmeyer ‘94-Life (3) Vit V. Hoon ‘08 * Khoi B. Nguyen ‘04 Cassie A. Reeder ‘04 (2)

SYRACUSE 1923 Robert B. Coppola ‘68-Life (2) David W. Heidenreich ‘04-Life (6) Robert A. Marks ‘58-Life James R. Wagner ‘62-Life (16)

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TEXAS A&M 1984 Theresa M. Mack ‘84 (14) Barbara D. Millwee ‘91-Life (5) John E. Millwee ‘92-Life (5)

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WICHITA STATE 1954

CHAPTER-LEVEL SCHOLARSHIPS The Alpha Kappa Psi Foundation manages numerous chapter-level scholarship endowments. Established by chapters and/or family members, these endowments are used to support annual scholarships. The following chapters or individuals received more than $5,000 in scholarships from the foundation for the 2009-10 academic year. Beta Gamma - Indiana Used for PBLI expenses*

Gerardo Colunga Jr. Scholarship - UTSA Carlos Vazquez ‘08

Omicron Psi - Kentucky Used for PBLI expenses*

James F. Rainey Scholarship - Michigan State Used for PBLI expenses*

Jaceryll de Chavez Scholarship - Rutgers Ganesh P. Waran ‘07

Steven G. Cooper Scholarship - Tennessee Used for PBLI expenses*

Eta Scholarship - Cincinnati Used for PBLI expenses*

Lambda Nu Scholarship - American Used for PBLI expenses*

Tennessee Valley Alumni Scholarship Amy M. Gonzalez, Samford ‘09

Gamma Eta Scholarship - Toledo Used for PBLI expenses*

Laura E. Klos Scholarship - Missouri Used for PBLI expenses*

Zeta Psi Scholarship - Middle Tennessee Used for PBLI expenses*

Gamma Omega Scholarship - Seattle Sean T. Durkin ‘07

Bradley T. Berkebile Scholarship - Pittsburgh-Johnstown Used for PBLI expenses*

* Chapter chose to use its scholarship to cover expenses for students attending the fraternity’s 2010 Principled Business Leadership Institute.

TULSA 1954 Conrad C. Lysiak ‘68 Max L. McFall ‘60-Life (2)

UPSALA COLLEGE 1963 Sanford J. Bier ‘67-Life Vincent N. Manalio ‘63-Life Raymond H. Matschat ‘63-Life (6) Wade R. Sjogren ‘80-Life (2) John J. Von Achen ‘74-Life (18)

VANDERBILT 2006 Valerie A. Matena ‘06 (3)

VIRGINIA 1921 William L. Broaddus ‘58 Kunal Doshi ‘09 * Irle R. Hicks ‘48-Life (11) Lindsay B. Hixson ‘06 (2) Pamela F. Smith ‘85-Life (5) William F. Thompson ‘70-Life (17) John C. Werner ‘86-Life

VIRGINIA TECH 1939 David C. All ‘88-Life (2) Lucas D. Bottorff ‘04-Life (6) Lucas J. DeFazio ‘07 * Michael G. Dickerson CFV ‘04-Life (7) + Craig R. Fain ‘00-Life (3) Robert G. Francis ‘09 * Paula J. Geiger ‘89-Life (13) John A. Hall ‘86-Life Harvey W. Huffman ‘69-Life (6) Gregory B. Jones ‘75-Life (7) William W. Kibler ‘58-Life (15) Marvin G. Kiser ‘69-Life (2) Deborah J. Lee ‘07 * Melvin C. Moore Jr. ‘86-Life (17) + Emily A. Obara ‘09 * John W. Roller ‘54-Life (6) Theresa Ryan ‘08 (2) * Brendan P. Sherry ‘97-Life (7) Gordon W. Skinnell ‘65-Life Sarah C. Stevens ‘07 * David W. Turman ‘65-Life (5) Gerald P. Zimmerman ‘75-Life (7)

WAKE FOREST 1950 Nicholas Venditti ‘06 (3)

WASHINGTON 1919 R.K. Lee ‘67-Life (18) + William R. Sterling ‘42-Life T. Derek Yoshinaka ‘91-Life (7)

WASHINGTON STATE 1932 Gary M. Burke ‘60-Life (8) Scott M. Burroughs ‘99-Life Timothy D. Cordodor ‘01 (3) Amanda S. Poch ‘03 (4) Jocelyn E. Thompson CFV ‘03

WAYNE STATE 1941 Henry J. Binder ‘47-Life (15) Gregory R. DuRoss ‘70-Life (6) + James J. Frederick ‘74-Life (5) Annette M. Goike ‘81-Life (11) James W. Grose ‘67-Life (2) David S. Margolis ‘76-Life (4) Joseph H. Saul ‘61-Life (5) Cecil W. Scott ‘55-Life (6) Stephen A. Sell ‘75-Life (5) Nicholas B. Serafin ‘85-Life John E. Terhune ‘42-Life (13) James F. Wallis ‘41-Life (6)

WAYNESBURG 1956 Dominick Christy ‘56-Life (6) Cary R. Efaw ‘72-Life (9) Christopher S. Groubert ‘04 (6)

WEBSTER 1986 Dale G. Leake ‘92 (7)

WEST GEORGIA 1970 Tiffany D. Baker ‘08 * Hayley H. Bradt ‘84-Life (6) July P. Carrillo ‘07 * Harry J. Cole ‘08 * Valarie R. Edwards ‘08 * Patricia A. Evans ‘09 * Kira Franklin ‘07 * Ashley N. Gee ‘07 * Kendra M. Golden ‘08 * Jerel D. Griffin ‘08 * Miracle N. Holt ‘06 Sydney L. Johnson ‘08 (2) * She’Teriha Lewis ‘07 * Alisa J. Livan ‘07 * Cotessa N. Madison ‘08 * Tiffany D. Means ‘08 * J. Mark Miller ‘70-Faculty/Life (18) Candace J. Mumphery ‘09 * Diana N. Obodoako ‘08 * Bevlyn A. Onwumere ‘08 * Antwashea L. Partee ‘09 * Judith Pierre ‘08 * Tracy C. Robinson ‘08 * Charmaine A. Ross ‘09 *

Bradford E. Smith ‘08 (2) * Shundrika A. Williams ‘09 * Damond Wilson ‘07 *

WEST LIBERTY 1971 Scott E. McNulty ‘84-Life (3)

WEST TEXAS A&M 1959 Dalia Almager-Bryan ‘94-Life Barbara A. Berry ‘84-Life (7) Walter G. Hudson ‘72-Life (18) Milt K. Walters ‘61-Life (6)

WEST VIRGINIA 1943 Charles M. Brown ‘49-Life (14) Devin A. Goudy ‘07 * Kathryn L. Harris ‘05 (4) Michelle L. Minutelli ‘00 (2)

WESTERN CAROLINA 1969 Vanessa G. Abney ‘09 * Kimberly A. Avery ‘09 * Jennifer M. Beck ‘09 * Brendan L. Braaten ‘09 * John A. Coppolo ‘09 * James L. Deal ‘79-Life (4) Christopher M. Folds CFV ‘03-Life (2) Brittany L. Folds CFV ‘06 (4) Chaz M. Glenn ‘07 * Corey L. Harrington ‘09 * Carl N. Hernandez ‘09 * Kathryn E. McKenzie ‘02 (8) % Asia Moore ‘09 * Maggie Ostwalt ‘09 * Lindsey A. Pearson ‘04 Malcolm X. Stevens ‘09 * Natalie R. Whittaker CFV ‘94-Life (4) John F. Wilborn ‘76-Life Dominique T. Young ‘09 *

WESTERN KENTUCKY 1965 Tia N. Allen ‘10 * Denisha T. Andrews ‘09 * Ejike Anyanwu ‘09 * Brandi A. Beckham ‘09 * Amanda K. Belcher ‘08 * Kyle M. Bunch ‘02-Life (6) Glendora M. Carter ‘09 * Brittany R. Clements ‘08 * Trenatee Coleman ‘09 * Desmond M. Collins ‘09 * Jonathan C. Cosby ‘09 * Quentin R. Crowe ‘09 * Ambria L. Cunningham ‘09 *

Arnetta E. Danridge ‘10 * Mercedes C. Donahue ‘10 * Terrence M. Drake ‘09 * Carla J. Frye-Spencer ‘10-Honorary LaPrecious D. Gerron ‘07 * Semhar S. Ghebreselasie ‘09 * Andre’ Goldwair ‘08 * Roger J. Grundy ‘07 * Aleda M. Hagan ‘10 * Thomas C. Hampton ‘72-Life Darla A. Hayden ‘08 * Alexis A. Heard ‘10 * Briana Heard ‘08 * Raemia Higgins ‘09 * Maria D. Irvin ‘09 * Charles N. Jackson ‘79-Life (7) Brendon L. James ‘08 * Terrence T. Johnson ‘09 * Brittany E. Mccarthy ‘09 * Ashley K. Mcdade ‘09 * Paula Elaine Minton CFV ‘04 (6) Christian R. Morton ‘09 * Jasmine S. Norton ‘10 * Ryan M. Ossege ‘05 (5) Shomari N. Payne ‘10 * Simone Payne ‘09 * Kyla L. Phillips ‘09 * Lacretia Pratt ‘08 * Shonte’ L. Pratt ‘09 * Holdun M. Reed ‘09 * Sarah B. Root ‘09 * Brittany D. Smith ‘09 * Erik C. Thomas ‘07-Life * Eva C. Washington ‘08 * Tiana Washington ‘09 * Degerald D. Watson-Morton ‘09 * Bri’Anna J. Williams ‘09 * Courtland J. Williams ‘10 * Kristopher J. Williams ‘09 *

WESTERN MICHIGAN 1954 John T. Anthony ‘81-Life (7) Betsy L. Aretz ‘01 (4) Frank J. Brye ‘60-Life (4) Thomas A. Carey ‘92-Life (15) Andrea K. Duda ‘78-Life (4) Sachiko D. Finch ‘78-Life (6) Julia L. Flick ‘91-Life (9) Robert C. Innis ‘61-Life Todd J. Regis ‘86-Life (17) +

WESTERN NEW ENGLAND 1968 Justine C. Andras ‘91-Life

WESTERN WASHINGTON 2009 Stephen A. Farrell ‘09 *

William T. Carnahan ‘61-Life (6) Laura B. Gerber ‘08 * Ronald L. Goin ‘56-Life (6) John R. Grabner ‘58-Life (5) Joshua A. Kiefer ‘08 * Steven W. Kruse ‘74-Life (2) Andrea Louderbaugh CFV ‘05 Eric K. Schuttler ‘07 * Robert G. Swofford ‘65-Life Christina R. Theisen ‘09 * Djigui Traore ‘09 * Robert A. Welch ‘06-Life Robert W. Winters ‘68-Life (6)

WILLIAM & MARY 1921 Karl A. Sakas CFV ‘01-Life (2) +

WINTHROP 1978 Tamikia R. Adgerson ‘09 * Ashley M. Armstrong ‘08 * Ebony Baker ‘03 Kortney L. Boston ‘09 * Ashia C. Brown ‘09 * Paul P. Brown ‘08 * Shiquita R. Brown ‘09 * Denise Bullock ‘08 * Shaniqua T. Butler ‘09 * Brittney S. Carter ‘09 * Shericka M. Choice ‘09 * Shaniqua L. Corley ‘09 * Devan M. Damon ‘09 * Shalaya S. Davis ‘09 * Navarone J. Dozier ‘08 * Deirdre Y. Edmond ‘08 * Candice L. Edrington ‘08 * Detra A. German ‘97 Tonya L. Gregg ‘09 * Sarah D. Guy ‘78-Life (7) Katherine L. Hardwick ‘93-Life (6) Charity R. Harmon ‘07 * Aja’ J. Hendrix ‘09 * Lakedria T. Hines ‘08 * Kendria L. Houseworth ‘08 (2) * Bryan J. Hunter ‘09 * Jasmine T. Jackson ‘08 * Joy S. Johnson ‘07 * Heather H. Long CFV ‘97-Life Shawnta O. Mack ‘08 * Victoria A. Marsh ‘08 * Laquitta Massingill ‘08 * Avery M. Mazyck ‘08 * Tykeshia L. McElveen ‘09 * Shari B. Means ‘08 * Angelica S. Moore ‘08 * Paisley S. Moore ‘08 * Summer D. Nichols ‘09 * Larry R. Parks ‘09 * Joslyn N. Potts ‘08 * Chelsea Raley-Ramos ‘08 * Tiarra M. Sanders ‘08 * Dyshay D. Scott ‘08 * Arsenio J. Smith ‘07 * Sha’Monique N. Smith ‘08 * Victoria L. Smith ‘08 * Jamil Z. Spigner ‘09 * Sydney L. Stenhouse ‘07 * Antionette M. Vaird ‘08 * Jessica S. White ‘09 * Kamilah A. Wright ‘07 *

WISCONSIN 1923 Sonia A. Advani ‘99-Life (6) + James J. Edwards ‘71-Life (7) Charles J. Hass ‘58-Life (12) R. Duane Perry ‘43-Life (2) Lee E. Whitcomb ‘53-Life (4)

WISCONSIN-MILWAUKEE 1957 Brian T. Babinski ‘09 * Megan Bains ‘08 * Katherine Baldauf ‘08 * Peter J. Benke ‘59 Kenlee J. Brill ‘95-Life (3) Bryan Cook ‘08 * Anna J. Cox ‘09 * Jason Eggert ‘08 (2) * Lisa Erickson ‘09 * Kelsey A. Forsberg ‘09 * Lauren M. Hayes ‘09 *

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Greg Heberer ‘79-Life (2) Jean M. Heberer ‘85 (2) Amy R. Hirschfield ‘09 * Eileen L. Howell ‘77-Life (9) Brittany Just ‘08 * Jessica M. Kerns ‘05-Life (5) Brianne J. Knoll ‘09 * Eric Lensmire ‘08 * Steven MacDonald ‘09 * Martin T. Matson ‘79 (4) Malisa L. Middlebrooks ‘09 * Benjamin S. Mullikin ‘06 * Steven A. Nelson ‘09 * Donald J. Nichols ‘60-Life (12) Ann N. Oemichen ‘08 (2) * John J. Orlando ‘96 (9) David M. Payne ‘79 (9) Lisa M. Quarford ‘05-Life (5) Hilary Rasmussen ‘08 (2) * Daniel Sakar ‘08 * Christina L. Sokol ‘09 * Beje M. Spahiu ‘79-Life (4) Cassandra Stack ‘09 * Todd R. Strehlow ‘76 (3) Vijay Thacker ‘95 (2) Lolita Wolle ‘08 *

WYOMING 1936 Larry D. Roberts ‘65-Life (12)

YOUNGSTOWN STATE 1966 Richard K. Mautz ‘69-Life (8) Dennis D. Shiplett ‘67-Life (15)

FRIENDS OF AKPSI Michael Ackerman Steven and Susan Ackerman AEGON Transamerica Foundation (2) Mary Allen Alpha Kappa Psi Fraternity American Endowment Foundation Anonymous Susan Antle Joseph Assini William Babboni Terrie Balko Bank of America Foundation (3) Bank of the West (2) Vicki Barnell Michael and Lynn Barsky Chris B. Beckcom Beecher Carlson Holdings, Inc (4) Bernard and Nancy Bell (2) Martin Berger Beta Iota Chapter Beta Rho Chapter

Lowell Bivens Gwendolyn Blount Mark and Beverly Boehle David and Susan Bond The Brand Foundation of New York Donald and Susan Breivogel Gary and Lita Breiwick Laurie Brittian Sheri Brown Kerri Carney Cynthia Carr Fredrick and Claudia Carr Nancy Catan Casey Chang Colin and Martha Chasler Wendy Chayet Bee L. Chee Edwin and Marijo Clark Antoinette Clay Denise Coe Cathy J. Cole (3) Hazel A. Collier (10) Community Fnd. for SE Mich. Cheryl Corbin Ralph and Lisa Cornelius Gary and Drew Cosby Council of Alpha (9) Covidien (2) Phillip G. Cunningham Henry and Lorraine Darley Family of Andrew Davenport Robert and Karen Davis Family of Michael Decker Pamela Del Buono Samuel and Concetta Di Re A. Dillaway-Huber Margaret Dimond The Duke Energy Foundation (2) Gary Dulaney Sue Duli (12) Alma Edmonds Dennis and Susan Eller Enterprise Holdings Foundation Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Steven and Nancy Fields Anthony and Colleen Flammia Florida Gold Coast Alumni (13) Robin Foley Leslie H. Freligh Greg Gallagher Michael and Connie Gallagher Gamma Epsilon Chapter Gamma Mu Chapter Richard and Deborah Ganchan Julie Gansor Nina Gavrylyuk Bernesa George Cheryl Godbold

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Goldstein John and Mildred Harder (10) Michael C. Harris (2) Omer and Azza Hassan Mike and Jean Henry Kerry and Constance Hesse (10) Gregory and Kathryn Hirschfield Shirley Hobbs Henry and Claudia Hoffman Julie Hogan Homrich & Berg, Inc. (2) James and Margaret Hopkins Family of Dave Hovanec Glen and Lisa Howard Allen and Ingrid Hubbard Luann Hugo Bruno and Sylvia Ierullo Family of Molly Jackson A. Johnson Herbert and June Johnson Sanford and Theresa Johnson Robert and Monnie Johnston Gregory and Suzanne Jones Kappa Phi Chapter Andrew and Melissa Kapsak Suzanne Keen Donald and Jean Kibbler Leslie S. King Roger and Jeanne Kingsland Ken and Barbara Klages Amanda E. Koerth (2) Larry and Belinda Koester Kathy Kopen KPMG Washington Foundation (2) Genevieve Krieger Gregory and Kathleen Kruzel Eva Kuusinen-Corrivau John and Melissa Landis Family of Julie Lapatka Laura Marsh Michael Lavigne Sun B. Lee Clark and Sara Lehigh William and Betsy Leong Joseph and Linda Lewkowicz Brenda Livingston Shirley Llewellyn Alan and Miriam Lopatin Kurt Lothman Jim and Karel Lowery Marcia Lundy Marsha L. Lyons John Madson Noreen Mcnally Karen Merrill % Merrill Contracting & Remodelling, Inc Microsoft (4)

William and Sandra Mitchell Melissa Monetti Family of Alim Mohamed Morani Traci Moriconi Darlene Morton National Philanthropic Trust DAF (6) Mathias Neumann Wade Newbegin John Niedzialkowski Nissan North America, Inc (2) Océ North America, Inc (2) Stuart and Marjorie Oliver Omicron Psi Chapter (2) Omicron Tau Chapter Oracle Matching Gifts Program Deborah A. Orff (10) Mary Outlaw Richard and Roseann Owens Yvette Padilla Theresa Painter Brian and Kerry Pasha Donna Pelura Mark and Tracie Penman Michael and Katherine Peters Ken and Lois Petersel Theresa Randall Family of Maura Regan Michelle Rhodes David and Kathy Robinson Melinda S. Rosenthall (4) Don Rothschild Michelle Ruiz Teresa C. Ryan Lea Schneider William and Margaret Schulte Stephen and Janet Schuster Junior and Tamara Scott Christine A. Scroggs Kevin and Lisa Selden William and Kelly Sharlow Family of Taylor Shepherd Betty Simons John Sims (2) Albert and Gail Skalicky Capt. and Mrs. Peter Skerschosk Julie F. Skouteris Walter Skulsky Claire Smith Richard D. Smith Randal and Brenda Smotherman Angela Sokol Richard and Kathleen Sotell Lynette Steen Family of Michael Stehn Janet Stein Sandy Stolberg Davin and Marilyn Strouse

Teresa R. Suggs Ronald and Susan Supergan Eric and Terry Swaim Dale and Pam Swentzel William and Cheryl Syrett Nicoletta M. Talpur Sandra Thevenot Jeff and Merry Tipton Kathleen V. Tolbirt Nestor and Yee Tom John and Lori Tracoma George and Emily Ulrich United Way of the Bay Area United Way of The Inland Valleys (7) Michael and Caren Untiedt Debbie Vasquez Denise Viechweg Wadeco Manufacturing Co. (6) Gail Washburn James and Karin Weber John and Julie Wessel Leroy and Julia Wessel Wilton and Donna White Chris and Renee Whitley Willis North America Inc Steve and Deborah Wilson Gerald and Nancy Wojcik Regina Wolicki John and Joan Worth Susan Writtenberry Xi Omicron Chapter Cristina Yabuta Lynn Yacyk Shiaofen Yang Beatrice Yary Edward and Dawn Ydoate Ali Zeroual (2)

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2011 CONVENTION SILENT AUCTION ITEMS NEEDED It’s time again to start collecting items for the Silent Auction at the 2011 AKPsi Convention. Money raised from the Silent Auction goes to support the educational programming of the Alpha Kappa Psi Foundation. We’re looking for contributions, either from members of the fraternity or from the companies for whom they work. We’re hoping to have “big ticket” items (high dollar value) or bundles of smaller items that can become “big ticket” items. The kinds of things we’re looking for include: Hotel

Theater

Travel

or resort stays certificates Restaurant gift certificates Retail donations Physical items Tickets to sporting events

Theme

passes (stage and screen) park certificates Golf course certificates Art or history museum certficates Fraternity memorabilia Other quality goods and services

If you are able to acquire a donation, make a donation, or if you have ideas or suggestions for quality items, please contact the Silent Auction co-chairs Heather Allen or Chrissy Vasquez at silentauction@akpsi.org. Heather or Chrissy will walk you through the solicitation process and/or make a request on your behalf.

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* Chapter chose to use its scholarship to cover expenses for students attending the fraternity’s 2009 Principled Business Leadership Institute.

Richard E. Sorensen

Furthering business education A funny thing happened to Richard Sorensen, Appalachian State ‘81-Faculty, on his way to becoming a better telephone company manager. He became more interested in the theories and methods of management than in the electrical engineering that had been the driver of his career. It’s not that his career wasn’t going places. He worked for the New York Telephone Co.—now known as Verizon—and had risen to a role where he

oversaw a couple hundred people. “I wanted to be a better technical manager; I wanted to know more about how people behave in the work environment,” he says, explaining his decision to pursue an MBA from the New York University Stern Graduate School of Business. His studies in management became so intriguing that he stuck around to get a Ph.D., too. His interest in organizational behavior led him to trade the corporate world for the campus. “I decided I did not want to just study for the MBA but wanted to be engaged in teaching.” In fact, he has not only taught but also has made immeasurable contributions to the quality of business teaching. Today, he’s dean and professor of busi-

ness information technology in the Pamplin College of Business at Virginia Tech — the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University — where he’s been since 1982. Before that he spent nine years as dean of the John A. Walker College of Business at Appalachian State University. He may have been teaching at Appalachian State, but while he was there he also learned something that became very important to him: “the importance that accreditation has on educational quality,” he says. During his tenure, the college Since 1982, Richard Sorensen he has been dean of Virginia Tech’s Pamplin College of Business, where his achievements include a $70 million fund-raising program and a comprehensive strategic planning effort.

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>> alumni notes Alabama Kathryn E. Phelps ’08 is a visual merchandiser for JC Penney Company in Birmingham, Ala.

was accredited by AACSB International, which planted the seed for a long and fruitful relationship between Sorensen and the body that accredits business schools around the world. Sorensen became heavily involved in the accreditation process, serving on a dozen or so committees, chairing many of them. He has even served as chairman of the board of directors of the AACSB International organization itself. And he has traveled all over to take part in business school site visits. In fact, he

Richard Sorensen is the chair of Alpha Kappa Psi’s Deans Council. The council’s responsibilities include building relationships with business school leaders and identifying areas where the fraternity can compliment what’s offered in the classroom.

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spends as much as a third of his time on the road, not just in the United States but as far away as India, New Zealand, Australia, Finland and Peru. “There’s a significant increase in the number of business schools in Asian areas,” he observes. “More and more of their citizens are starting to attend universities locally.” His work has helped raise the bar for business education at countless institutions. But he also has learned a lot about the business of business education and how much it differs in programs overseas. “There are so many different styles of higher education—it varies so much,” he observes. The end result of what the student learns may be similar from one school to another, he says, “but what gets you there is quite different.” Because of that, those involved in accreditation nowadays focus a lot more on the outcomes, and not just on the methods of teaching along the way. “We had to measure the output at the end rather than measuring input.” And just as American business schools have tried in recent years to build closer ties to the business communities their graduates serve, European business schools have tight connections to the real world, Sorensen has found. Many instructors spend a fair amount of time in real-world business pursuits, as an adjunct instructor would in the U.S. But they have more of a place within the structure of their schools than a typical U.S. adjunct instructor does, he says. “Many business schools have a strong collaborative relationship with the business community.” For Sorensen, the former electrical engineer, serving the world of business education has become not just a vocation but an avocation. Beyond his work with AACSB International, he’s a big supporter of the fraternity, serving as the founding chairman of its Deans Council and boosting the fraternity’s expansion efforts. Furthering business education is what he chooses to do in his spare time. “I could be involved in the Rotary or the chamber, but I decided I was going to be involved in the business school community.”

Detroit (Day Division) Robert A. Bovitz ’81-Life was honored by the Michigan Association of Certified Public Accountants with its Public Service Award. He was recognized for his dedication to the betterment of his community outside of his role as a CPA. He resides in Canton, Mich.

Florida Clifford Stern ’74-Life is an IT specialist with the Defense Information System Agency in Mechanicsburg, Pa. He resides in Harrisburg.

Florida International Alex Perdomo ’92-Life received Florida Power & Light’s 2010 Outstanding Community Ambassador Award, which included a $1,000 contribution to the charity of his choice — the Alpha Kappa Psi Foundation. He and his wife Patricia S. Perdomo ‘93-Life reside in Miami with their four sons.

George Washington Kristen Van Nest ’08 is working at Prophet, a branding and consulting firm in New York City. She was a 2009 Alpha Kappa Psi Academy Fellow.

Iowa Dr. Gene C. Wunder ’62-Life retired from Washburn University. He served as a professor of marketing, associate dean of the school of business, and special assistant to former President Hugh Thompson, during his 18-year tenure at Washburn. Gene and his wife Judy reside in Topeka.

Iowa State Scott L. Martens ’83-Life is a corporate quality leader at UnitedHealth Group - OptumHealth, and an adjunct professor at the University of Minnesota in operations and accounting. He resides in Eden Prairie.

John Carroll Andrea Teodosio ’08-Life is a research and strategy development assistant at hfa, a marketing communications firm in Akron, Ohio.

Northern Michigan Timothy N. Tanis ’02-Life is the manager for compensation and HRIS at Build-A-Bear Workshop based in Saint Louis.

Virginia Tech James B. Hyler ’68 has been nominated by the United States Golf Association to serve a second one-year term as president. He served as USGA’s vice president for three years and is in his seventh year as a member of the association’s executive committee. The election will take place at the assocation’s annual meeting in February.

Wisconsin - Milwuakee Todd R. Strehlow ’76 is the CFO shareholder of WFA Staffing Group. For the second year in a row, the company has made the Metropolitan Milwaukee Assocation of Commerce’s “Future 50” list for fast growing companies in Wisconsin. << Send your alumni news to The Diary of Alpha Kappa Psi: mail@ akpsi.org, (317) 872-1567 (fax) or The Diary of Alpha Kappa Psi, 7801 E 88th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46256-1233.

>> audit eternal American Sue Marcum ‘08-Faculty (10/25/2010), Bethesda, Md.

Buffalo Don W. Keller ‘46-Life (6/14/2010), Galloway, Ohio Richard L. Schwartz ‘42-Life (9/8/2010), Delmar, N.Y.

California State - Long Beach Victor R. Conrad ‘60-Life (9/20/2010), Fullerton, Calif.

Colorado James E. Ellis ‘56-Life (9/24/2010), La Veta, Colo. Philip E. Gates ‘50-Life (8/25/10), Talent, Ore.

Detroit (Day Division) Frank D. Stella ‘40-Life (9/27/2010), Detroit, Mich.

Detroit (Evening Division) James G. Miller ‘61-Life (11/3/2009), Grosse Pointe, Mich.


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Eileen M. Levitt

The ‘softer side’ of human resources Eileen Levitt, American ‘85-Life, thrives on a good challenge at work, and for a while after she finished her business education she was pleased with what the working world sent her way. But one day as she was scanning the job market for a new and inspiring experience, it hit her: “Why am I expecting other people to create opportunities for me? I should be creating my own opportunities,” she recalls thinking. That’s when she decided to start her own business, The HR Team in Maryland, which provides for the day-to-day human resources needs of smaller companies. It turned out to be just the exhilaration she was looking for: “It was like jumping off a cliff,” she describes. Not that jumping off a cliff is a bad thing, of course, but it does focus one’s energies on making positive things happen. Levitt launched her business in 1996 and went full-time as its president in 1997. She faced the immediate task of building a client base. “It was very challenging,” she says. “A lot of people I had worked with became my clients, but it wasn’t immediate. It took a while. I called every single person I knew. It was a good year before I needed to hire somebody to help.” But the business started to flow in, and The HR Team began to grow. The company’s niche is what it calls the “softer side” of human resources — not just benefits coordination but also the hiring and firing of employees, and the creation of HR processes and procedures. Levitt’s company involves itself in recruiting and retention, in employee orientation and performance management, in compliance with employment and labor laws. It turns out that there are lots of companies that want more than just help with their benefit programs. Levitt has built a client base into the hundreds, and The HR Team now employs 10 people.

In recent years the company has landed on the “Top 100 Minority Business Enterprises” list, and Levitt has been named among Maryland’s “Top 100 Women.” Levitt admits that getting to this point was not a grand scheme she devised when entering college at American University. “My goal was to get a degree,” she says. She liked numbers, she liked French, so she studied finance and figured she might get into international banking. It happened to be right around the time the stock market crashed in the late 1980s, and though she got her first job with a mutual fund company in Baltimore, she soon found the business was not for her. So Levitt’s journey continued, with a variety of interesting stops including an MBA from the University of Baltimore and HR jobs at a couple of startups, including an organization that would become known as Discovery Communications — the parent company of the Discovery Channel and other cable channels. “The last company I worked for, it was acquired and it no longer fit my goals,” she says. “I had interviewed at a number of places. I had worked for dynamic people, and just didn’t feel

Eileen Levitt has been published and/or quoted in numerous magazine and periodicals including: The Business Monthly, The Wall Street Journal, USA TODAY, Employment Management Today, HR Magazine, Inc. Magazine, Baltimore Sun, The Daily Record and Forbes.com.

inspired.” That’s when the entrepreneurial bug bit. “I had always worked for startups, and my family had their own business so I had worked for the family business,” she says. That helped alleviate the natural apprehension that goes along with plunging into a new business launch. She also notes that having a business school background in finance has been helpful — clearly the money side of a business is critical, but it’s not always an area of expertise for entrepreneurs. “That’s where a lot of people tend to have issues.” Away from the office, Levitt sits on a few boards, and also stays busy with two kids involved in sports. And she has reconnected with Alpha Kappa Psi, joining an advisory committee. Back in her college days, she was an AKPsi officer. “Being in AKPsi was fabulous for me,” she recalls. “The friends I had then in AKPsi are the ones I still stay in touch with. It probably was one of the best akpsi.org AUTUMN 2010

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>> tracking experiences for me in college.” Levitt is one to treasure her experiences. It has been a varied journey that has led to her business success. “I think that everything we do makes us who we are.”

Ty W. Cobb

Moving through the political process “I’m fascinated by how the political process works, the steps of something going from being an idea through becoming a reality,” says Ty Cobb, Texas ‘00. That explains why the Texas native, originally schooled in business, steered instead toward the public arena and landed at the epicenter of the political scene in the nation’s capital — trying to shepherd ideas through the political. Cobb is legislative counsel at the

Human Rights Campaign, a civil rights organization dedicated to achieving lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) equality. He has spent a lot of time focusing on hate crimes, and was one of the behind-the-scenes movers responsible for the passage of the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2009. The law extended the hate crimes prohibitions passed in the 1960s — which originally covered crimes linked to a person’s race, color, religion or national origin — to also prohibit crimes motivated by the victim’s gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability. The hate crimes legislation certainly provided plenty of intrigue for someone fascinated by the political process. It ran into a wide range of legislative roadblocks since first being introduced nearly a decade ago, about the time Cobb was a business and American studies

undergrad at the University of Texas in Austin, where he served as a president of the Iota Chapter and was an Alpha Kappa Psi Academy Fellow. The bill was still bouncing around Capitol Hill when Cobb was at the University of Texas School of Law, and while he was working as an associate attorney at law firms in Dallas and Washington. Cobb became counsel to Sen. Edward M. Kennedy on the Senate’s Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee, and did extensive work in support of the hate crimes legislation. Support had slowly built during the bill’s Capitol Hill odyssey, and President Obama had vowed just before taking office that its passage would be a high priority. The measure finally passed in October 2009, a few months after the senator died. “We had worked closely with organizations like Human Rights Campaign, and after Sen. Kennedy’s passing an opportunity

Over the course of Joel Chusid’s life, he has traveled to more than 105 countries around the globe, equating to more than four million miles in the air. He is conversant in French, Spanish and Portuguese, has lectured at universities and enjoys visiting his wide network of friends around the world.

When he’s not at work, Ty Cobb is often running. He has completed a marathon and not long ago finished his first triathlon, and will be running the New York Marathon in November. Food is another passion: “I love to cook and eat out,” he says, “Mexican, Thai, Indian — anything that’s a little spicy.”

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Florida Hamilton D. Upchurch ‘47 (2008)

Florida State Julian P. Bryant ‘57-Life (11/9/2009), Tallahassee, Fla.

Gustavus Adolphus Ned L. Larson ‘59-Life (4/2/2010), Scottsdale, Ariz.

Illinois - Chicago Michael J. Ajster ‘07 (9/5/2010), Chicago, Ill.

Illinois Wesleyan Thomas K. Viemont ‘59 (8/3/2010), Chenoa, Ill.

Indiana Harold R. Janitz ‘47-Life (12/21/2009), Loudon, Tenn. Arthur G. Lovell ‘65-Life (9/2/2009), Bloomington, Ind.

Kansas Revenol R. Duryea ‘40-Life (9/16/2010), Cary, N.C.

Marquette Kenneth A. Russell ‘65 (12/29/2009), Wonder Lake, Ill.

Miami John R. Lindsey ‘42-Life (9/4/2009), Melbourne, Fla.

Mississippi Clay T. Robertson ‘07 (7/30/2010), Germantown, Tenn.

Missouri Charles L. Schaefer ‘41 (9/25/2010), Brookfield, Mo.

New York Roderick H. Rumreich ‘66-Life (6/9/2010), Fort Mill, S.C.

Penn State Robert E. Matson ‘50-Life (4/24/2009), Ocala, Fla.

Pittsburg State Arthur L. Malle ‘66 (8/20/2010), Topeka, Kan.

Portland Leonard L. Cebula ‘52 (2/22/2010), Portland, Ore.

Puget Sound Sidney J. Bathurst ‘72-Life (11/24/2009), Tacoma, Wash.

South Florida Sean Edgar ‘09 (8/28/2010), Tampa, Fla.

Southern Illinois Richard F. Fryman ‘73-Faculty (4/17/2010), Daniel Island, S.C.

Stephen F. Austin Sammy G. Reed ‘67 (9/24/2010), Mercedes, Texas

Tennessee - Chattanooga Brittany N. Hollingsworth ‘07 (7/17/2010), Chattanooga, Tenn.

Texas - Brownsville Mike Tarrant ‘80-Life (2/7/2010), Weslaco, Texas

Tulsa Lawrence E. Brock ‘62-Life (8/2010), Topeka, Kan.

Utah State L. Crosby Bott ‘39-Life (5/1/2009), Torrance, Calif.

Virginia William F. O’Dell ‘68-Faculty (11/11/2009), Naples, Fla.

Virginia Tech Darlene F. DeVera ‘90 (9/15/2010), San Francisco, Calif. Norris F. Lee ‘48-Life (9/3/2010), Birmingham, Mich. Paul M. Umberger ‘58-Life (7/28/2010), Henrico, Va.

Wayne State William A. Harris ‘55-Life (8/11/2010), Port Orange, Fla.

West Virginia Robert E. Milne ‘56-Life (5/8/2010), Laguna Woods, Calif.

came up for me to join HRC.” His HRC job offers a lot of variety from day to day. “A lot is driven by what’s happening in the legislative process, what announcements the administration is making, what national and world events are going on,” Cobb says. He works on drafting and supporting legislation, acting as a media spokesperson for the organization, responding to inquiries from Congress and the administration, preparing public comments on regulations, writing letters from the organization, and drafting written testimony for congressional hearings. Cobb’s work is all about moving policy and shaping opinion, and when it comes to LGBT rights, opinion is certainly shifting, he notes. “Public opinion on issues like marriage is moving fairly swiftly,” he says. In fact, he notes, that support for the repeal of the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” law — an issue that receives much of his time — now stands at nearly 80% of Americans. When asked where LGBT rights would be in 5 to 10 years, he says, “It depends on the makeup of the Supreme Court, Congress, and the administration.” What he does is not exactly business, but business school was helpful preparation, Cobb says. “Business school teaches you how to manage relationships, and that often is important as a lobbyist. And, negotiation skills that I learned in business school are relevant to lobbying,” he says. “I’m interested in organizational dynamics, like the elements of how a business functions, whether it’s in the private sector or in the non-profit world.”

Margot Lee Shetterly

Pursuing an untapped market

Western Kentucky John P. Muehlman ‘67-Life (8/7/2010), Tucson, Ariz.

Western Michigan Gary L. Boewe ‘42 (10/1/2010) << Gifts in memory of an AKPsi brother are accepted by the Alpha Kappa Psi Foundation. Once a gift is received, a card of acknowledgement is sent to the donor and, if possible, a card announcing the memorial contribution is sent to the immediate family of the individual being honored.

How’s this for a quick series of lifechanging events? Get married, quit your jobs, drive to Mexico and launch a business. Sound a little crazy? Margot Lee Shetterly, Virginia ‘87, does admit that there’s a fine line between entrepreneur-

ism and insanity. “We decided to come to Mexico to create an English-language media company,” says Shetterly. There are anywhere between one million and three million English speakers in Mexico, many of them retirees, she says. Big market, and pretty much untapped. “There hadn’t been any significant English-language media. So we drove down and set up shop and ran what became Inside Mexico and InsideMex.com, the most widely trafficked English-language media in Mexico.” And why not? Shetterly had always enjoyed doing something new and different. After studying at the University of Virginia’s McIntire School of Commerce, she headed to Wall Street, stopping off at such places as J.P. Morgan and Merrill Lynch. When Internet commerce really got hot in the mid to late 1990s, she became involved in business development consulting for entrepreneurs. That led to work on the public television program “Money Hunt,” which The New York Times described as a “Gong Show for startups.” From there she worked on HBO’s startup Volume.com, a content company that targeted urban youth. The venture, unfortunately, didn’t last long, closing after 9/11. That’s when Shetterly saw the world. She took a year and a half off and traveled all over—Brazil, Italy, South Africa, Laos, Turkey, to name a few. She returned to do business development at a mobile content provider, and through that job she met her husband-to-be, Aran Shetterly, whom she describes as a writer/editor/entrepreneur. “Both of us were at that time of our lives wondering ‘what are we going to do next?’” she recalls. “He had always had this idea that English-language media in a Spanish-speaking country would be a big thing, and there are more Americans living in Mexico than in any country other than the United States. We got married five years ago, got in a car, moved to Mexico and started our first business.” Inside Mexico took off as “the English-speaker’s guide to living in akpsi.org AUTUMN 2010

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>> tracking Mexico,” producing both a magazine and Internet content. As with most entrepreneurs, Shetterly and her husband have had to adapt to changing times — the H1N1 flu scare followed by the global economic downturn took their toll on the English-speaking market in Mexico, and the magazine ceased publication in the spring of 2009 (as did many print publications about that time). But the website carried along and is as robust as ever, with coverage ranging from news and opinion to travel tips to the arts to real estate. And like many entrepreneurs, Shetterly was not fazed by the setback. Instead, she and her husband prepared to launch another venture, an online resource called Mexico Meetings Network, for international meeting planners who are putting together events in Mexico. It’s a virtual business, with an editor in Mexico City and a designer in Cancun, among

other team members. Shetterly says her business-school background has been invaluable for a career with a lot of twists and turns, inventions and reinventions. She appreciates having a general business education, “and the other thing I think was excellent was the emphasis on problem-solving skills and group work,” she says. One of her favorite experiences was a financial forecasting class taught by a McIntire School professor named Larry Pettit. “We would split into groups of five or six people, select an industry and company, and forecast eight quarters of the industry and eight quarters of the company,” she says. She learned that in the real world of business and entrepreneurism, there are not always right or wrong answers — but there is a need for bold, informed risk-taking. “You bring your best tools and best skills, and you just have to go for it.”

Margot Lee Shetterly and her husband founded Inside Mexico and InsideMex.com, the most widely trafficked English-language media in all of Mexico.

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Career in aviation takes off John Bishop, Clarkson ‘80, liked to build things, and when he built them, they were solid. His background as a welder was a great fit — but it wasn’t enough to fulfill his potential and suit his ambitions. So Bishop decided to go to business school. “As a certified welder, it was my initial objective to select a university that would best prepare me for a leadership role in a heavy industrial setting,” he says. “I learned I enjoy the manufacturing environment, but needed to be involved in the larger business decisions and with the industry as a whole.” That’s what led the Massachusetts native to Clarkson University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in industrial management. He followed that up with an MBA from California State University in Long Beach, as well as certificates in contract management and finance from the University of California in Irvine. Bishop is a certified professional contract manager and also has Defense Acquisition University Level III certification in production and quality management. His educational choices turned out to be a good call, as they opened the door for a fast-paced career in the aviation manufacturing business. He landed a job with McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing) in 1982, and has worked his way into roles with ever-increasing responsibility. His areas of professional focus have included industrial engineering, assembly, fabrication, finance, supplier management and quality. As he progressed, he moved to the front of the classroom— the other side of the desk, in fact—landing a regular assignment as an executive instructor on “delivering results” at the Boeing Leadership Center. He also earned Boeing’s Executive Diversity Change Agent Award in 2007 and 2008. Among his roles at Boeing, he was the company’s first enterprise supply


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John Bishop is the vice president of strategic sourcing for Sikorshy Aircraft — a world leader in the design, manufacture and service of military and commercial helicopters, and fixed-wing aircraft. He currently serves on AKPsi’s Chairman’s Advisory Council.

chain strategy leader, keeping tabs on corporate-wide supplier management, where some $35 billion was spent every year. He focused on supply base reduction, corporate leverage contracting, best practice deployment and cost reduction, and he led the Strategic Sourcing Teams and e-commerce. By the 1990s, he was the director of major subcontracts— that would be such things as structures, interiors and propulsion — for Boeing Commercial Aircraft’s Long Beach Division programs. But Bishop wasn’t done propelling his way up the aviation supply chain corporate ladder at Boeing. He eventually collected a number of vice president nameplates, including VP of asset utilization and facility strategy, VP of prototyping operations and supplier management, and VP of supplier management and quality for Air Force programs, which had him overseeing the work of some 3,500 professionals and more than $7 billion in annual domestic and inter-

national supplier expenditures. Among the things that happened under his watch was the construction of a number of specialized proprietary prototypes, including an unmanned combat air vehicle, a pair of unmanned helicopter programs and some advanced space technology. All of that led Bishop in 2009 to where he is now, vice president of strategic sourcing for Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. He’s in charge of strategic supplier and partner production and co-production. He pulls together a wide range of players involved in the global supply chain, assembly, facility planning, maintenance and construction, and his contacts are all over the world—in India, China, Turkey, Japan, Eastern Europe and Mexico. He’s come a long way from his welding days. Bishop has a keen interest in leadership issues, and a couple years ago he co-founded a blog called “Leadership is a Verb.” On it, he shares personal leadership stories that he hopes will spark conversation among readers. For example, he tells of his days back at Boeing during a time when operations were not as smooth as they needed to be. He was asked to lead an effort to straighten things out, but rather than knocking heads together he found that listening paid big dividends. “The same people that thought they would be fired taught me the way I ran production caused many of the problems,” Bishop wrote on his blog. “I quickly learned there were good people all over trying to do the right things. I could not believe how quickly I could help the new team and improve performance.” For Bishop, business school was a tremendous bridge guiding him from a job he enjoyed and did well to an aviation career that has taken off in a big way. Some of the lessons of business school are just as instructive today as ever: “Decisions are based on investment and payback,” Bishop says. “Understanding this in detail is the language of business and management.” << Steve Stackhouse-Kaelble was the author of the five alumni profiles in this section.

This fall, author and humanitarian Gary W. Bowersox, Western Michigan ‘62Life, aka ‘The Gem Hunter’, was in Kabul, Afghanistan to assist with a USAID project on the revitalization of the Afghanistan gemstone industry. As a senior advisor for the gem industry, he organized 30 Afghan miners and dealers to travel to Hong Kong’s Gem & Jewelry Show. The project was sponsored by USAID/DAI/ASMED. “For most of the miners and dealers it will be their first time out of Afghanistan. It is a real challenge as they have no business background and only a few of them speak English,” says Bowersox. Besides visiting the emerald mines in Panjshir Valley and the ruby mines at Jegdalek during the past year, Bowersox traveled to schools in various mining areas. “I’m working on a Hawaii Kai Rotary International project to furnish school supplies for the children. The poverty these poor children live in would shake anybody with any sense of dignity to their souls,” says Bowersox. At the same time as distributing school supplies Bowersox is delivering eye glasses for the Kamehameha Lions Club. Bowersox is a member of both clubs. “While my day job is building and operating an international gem business from Honolulu, where we have over 60,000 gems and mineral specimens for sale, I believe in trying to help out the people in the region with these school supplies,” says Bowersox, “It does make a difference.” Bowersox says one of the best ways to help the people of Afghanistan is to purchase gems, which are one of its major legal exports. Bowersox has been featured by Good Morning America, Fox & Friends, NPR, CNN, Voice of America and Howard Stern. He is the author of The Gem Hunter, True Adventures of an American in Afghanistan.

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NORTHCENTRAL REGION Omaha Alumni Chapter c/o James McNamara 8803 S 100th St La Vista, NE 68128 jimnjo2@cox.net Twin Cities Alumni Chapter c/o Rick Jones PO Box 390604 Minneapolis, MN 55439-0604 lmemartin@comcast.net www.akpsionline.blogspot.com

NORTHEAST REGION CENTRAL REGION Kansas City Metro Alumni Chapter c/o Eric Magness 4121 NE 80th Terr Kansas City, MO 64119 emagness@hotmail.com Saint Louis Metro Alumni Chapter c/o Darin Schuld PO Box 260123 St. Louis, MO 63126-8123 information@stlmetroalumni.com www.stlmetroalumni.com

EASTCENTRAL REGION Motor City Alumni Chapter c/o Nick Serafin 24313 Laetham Ave Eastpointe, MI 48021 nicholas.serafin@unisys.com Ohio Valley Alumni Chapter c/o Carrie Falta 614 Delta Ave Cincinatti, OH 45226 etaalumni@gmail.com

EASTERN REGION Greater Philadelphia Alumni Chapter c/o Andrew Gibbons 420 Saint John Street Lewisburg, PA 17837 agibbons@ptd.net www.akpsiphillyalumni.org

MIDEAST REGION Capital Area Alumni Chapter c/o Amy Peltier

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MIDWEST ALUMNI Chicago Alumni Chapter c/o Abby Bay 5114 Montauk Dr Plainfield, IL 60586 akpsi2@akpsichicagoalumni.com www.akpsichicagoalumni.com City of Festivals Alumni Chapter c/o John Graham PO Box 510524 Milwaukee, WI 53202 execs@cityoffestivalsalumni.org www.cityoffestivalsalumni.org Hoosier Alumni Chapter c/o Todd & Nicole Klemp 3816 Indigo Blue Blvd Whitestown, IN 46075 midwestrmt_tk@yahoo.com Louisville Alumni Colony c/o Laurissa Bray 1102 Pear Ridge Dr

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Houston Alumni Chapter c/o Aida Del Moral PO Box 2771 Houston, TX 77023 akpsihtx@yahoo.com www.akpsihtxalum.webs.com New Orleans Alumni Colony c/o Sherah LeBoeuf 712 Carrollton Ave, Apt A Metairie, LA 70005 saleboeu@yahoo.com Oklahoma City/Tulsa Alumni Colony c/o Monique Harps 7717 S Mingo Rd, Ste 1021 Tulsa, OK 74133 mharps@gmail.com Spindletop Alumni Chapter c/o Courtney Harrison 4921 Sue Ave Groves, TX 77619 southcentralrd@akpsi.org

Boston Alumni Colony c/o Shannon Keane 153 Eastway Reading, MA 01867 presidentakpsiboston@gmail.com

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Garden State Alumni Colony c/o Stephanie Caccamese 240 Prospect Ave. Apt. 325 Hackensack, NJ 07601 stephanie.caccamese@alpharma.com

Atlanta Alumni Chapter c/o Matthew Thompson 360 Cumming Street Alpharetta, GA 30004 mail@akpsiatlanta.com www.akpsiatlanta.com

New York Alumni Colony c/o William Hroncich 272 Tappan St. Brookline, MA 02445 william.hroncich@gmail.com

Central Florida Alumni Chapter c/o Tim Veigle 7908 Dunstable Cir Orlando, FL 32803 tim.veigle@gmail.com www.akpsicfac.com

NORTHWEST REGION Seattle Alumni Chapter c/o Joseph Zeiger 4815 40th Ave SW Seattle, WA 98116 seattlealumnichapterakpsi@gmail.com www.akpsiseattlealumnichapter.com

SOUTHCENTRAL REGION Alamo City Alumni Chapter c/o Andria Dever 11184 Roddy Rd. #1 San Antonio, TX 78263 alamocityalumni@yahoogroups.com Dallas/Ft. Worth Alumni Colony c/o Kayla Andrews 4312 Voss Hills Pl. Dallas, TX 75287 kayla_andrews@hotmail.com

Florida Gold Coast Alumni Chapter c/o Nora Arguello 2665 S. Bayshore Drive Suite 220 Coconut Grove, Florida 33133 alumniinfo@fgcac.com www.fgcac.com

SOUTHWEST REGION Bay Area Alumni Chapter c/o Sonia Advani 2002 W Middlefield Rd # 3 Mountain View, CA 94043 akpsibaac@gmail.com www.meetup.com/akpsi-baac Los Angeles Alumni Chapter c/o Noel De La Torre 2354 Virginia Ave, #9 Santa Monica, CA 90404 laalumnichapter@gmail.com Orange County Alumni Colony c/o Brian Chew 8 Corporate Park, Ste 300 Irvine, CA 92606 brian.chew@gmail.com Phoenix Alumni Chapter c/o Klayton Roark PO Box 188 Tempe, AZ 85280 klayroark@aol.com www.akpsi-phoenixalumni.com San Diego Alumni Chapter c/o Tyler McLinden 1167 Alpine Ave. Chula Vista, CA 91911 akpsisdac@gmail.com http://www.akpsisdac.com/

WESTCENTRAL REGION Mile High Alumni Colony c/o Linsey Kasper 6323 Shannon Trl Highlands Ranch, CO 80130 Linsey@gmail.com Salt Lake City Alumni Colony c/o Dan Harbeke 11731 Pale Moon Ln South Jordan, UT 84095 dtharbek@up.com

Greater Tampa Bay Alumni Chapter c/o Eddie Zaragoza PO Box 20583 Tampa, FL 33622-0583 eddiez63@gmail.com www.gtbac.com

Treasure Valley Alumni Chapter c/o Daryl New 12467 W Driftwood Drive Boise, ID 83713 dnew4@yahoo.com

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