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The Journal of Delta Sigma Pi—America’s Foremost Business Fraternity



A Winning Grand Chapter


rom Wednesday’s welcome by Grand President Mark Chiacchiari and opening remarks by Ethan Fieldman, president of Group Interactive Networks, to the singing of the Rose of Deltasig at Saturday’s banquet, Grand Chapter Congress in Louisville, Kentucky was better than a day at the races with more than 800 Deltasigs and guests attending. Congress was a celebration of all things Deltasig— educational and professional sessions, election of national leaders, including the reelection of Mark Chiacchiari as Grand President, awards recognizing outstanding alumni and collegiate chapters (see page 6), social activities and more. Thanks to all who joined us in Louisville! (See highlights on page 38)


2009-11 Fraternity Board of Directors gathers prior to the banquet. From left: Northeastern PVP Paul Carpinella, Southern PVP David Ross, VPF Joe Ward, North Central PVP Amy Briggs, PGP Mitch Simmons, GP Mark Chiacchiari, ED Bill Schilling, Western PVP Lisa Brown, South Central PVP Los Ellis, VPOD Paul Brodie and 2009 COY Burton Bridges. Not pictured: 2010 COY Jenny Terbrock.

National Honorary Initiate Stan Curtis, Louisville local and founder of USA Harvest, offered remarks after his initiation.

From left: Steel Valley RVP Tricia Smith and Golden Council Members Eddy Chiochetti and James “Duckie” Webb at Louisville Slugger Field.

North Central RVP Carissa Panning, 2008 COY Ashley Henry, Trustee Emeritus Sandy Shoemaker and PGP Kathy Jahnke dressed for Wednesday night’s Grand President’s Kentucky Derby Dance.


Congress in Louisville

Many GCC attendees became Golden Knights during Wednesday’s ceremony, which is only held during GCC, so mark your calendar for 2013 in Seattle! H. Nicholas Windeshausen, NebraskaLincoln, was recognized as the 2011 Lifetime Achievement Honoree at Saturday’s banquet.

Many Past Grand Presidents met in Louisville for Congress. From left: Mike Mallonee (1979-83), Mitch Simmons (2005-09), Norm Kromberg (1997-01), Mark Chiacchiari (2009-11), Kathy Jahnke (2001-05), Randy Hultz (1993-97), John Henik (1985-89) and Bill Tatum (1975-79). GCC attendees enjoyed a live band, dinner, a Louisville Sluggers game and fireworks during the Friday night outing.

From left: North Central PVP Jodi Schoh, LF Vice Chairman Brian Krippner, 2009 COY Burton Bridges, 2010 COY Jenny Terbrock, PGP Randy Hultz and ELC Kyle Rinderle aboard the Spirit of Jefferson.

Brothers from the Gulf Western Region gather after one of the many business sessions during GCC. NOVEMBER 2011/THE DELTASIG OF DELTA SIGMA PI


CONTENTS November 2011 

Vol. 101

  No. 1

Editor Bill Schilling Associate Executive Director/Executive Vice President of Leadership Foundation Shanda Gray Director of Member Services Heather Troyer Communications Coordinator Kellsey Miller Art Director Michele Bell Contributors Mark Chiacchiari Jerry Ran Karen Stebelski Mark Yeung

Member of AACSB International –The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business Fraternity Communications Association (FCA) Professional Fraternity Association (PFA) Professional Fraternity Executives Association (PFEA) The DELTASIG of Delta Sigma Pi is published by the International Fraternity of Delta Sigma Pi. ©Copyright 2011 by The International Fraternity of Delta Sigma Pi, Inc. Pre-press by Alliance Printing. Printing and mailing by Globus Printing and Packaging.

Many brothers had the opportunity to tour the Central Office during GCC.

A Winning Congress – 2 48th Grand Chapter Congress in words and photos. And the Winners are… – 6 Chapter and individual awards were presented at Grand Chapter Congress. Get to Know Your 2011-13 Leadership Team – 10 Grand President Mark Chiacchiari heads the outstanding leaders elected at Congress. Turning the Love of the Game into a Career – 37 Ashleigh Anderson, Florida State, found her passion at a young age and now works for the LPGA.

The DELTASIG of Delta Sigma Pi is distributed to all collegiate chapters, life members, national honorary initiates, faculty and honorary initiates for five years following initiation, national officers, Golden Council members, current Leadership Foundation donors, Fraternity leaders and new grads for one full year following year of graduation. It is also sent to numerous business schools and Greek organization headquarters.

DEPARTMENTS, etc. Fraternal Forum…5 On Campus…13

The magazine is available online under the Resources Section at

Beyond Campus…16

Send address changes, articles, letters and photographs to: Communications Coordinator Delta Sigma Pi 330 South Campus Avenue Oxford, OH 45056 (513) 523-1907 FAX (513) 523-7292

Helmets Presented…18 Brotherhood Network…19 DELTASIGnificants…20 Leadership Foundation Honor Roll of Donors/Annual Report…24

On the Cover: 2011 COY Cody Silva (center) entered the starting gate with several collegiates at the Grand President’s Kentucky Derby Dance at GCC in Louisville.



Fraternity Annual Report…34 Water Cooler…36

Fraternal Forum

What’s Ahead for Delta Sigma Pi?


Celebrating Our Past… and Looking Ahead.

y the time this magazine finds its way to you, the 48th Grand Chapter Congress in Louisville will feel like a long time ago! While time has passed, there will undoubtedly be memories that last forever for the 805 brothers who attended. For me, the 48th GCC will always hold a special place in my heart because it was my first as Grand President. Although, the week was non-stop and physically and emotionally exhausting, I found myself sad when the excitement was over. Admittedly, I was glad I survived! I want to recognize our fabulous Central Office staff who did an outstanding job preparing for and executing the event. I observed firsthand the tremendous amount of effort that goes into planning (and replanning) GCC and we are fortunate to have a dedicated group. I also want to thank the countless brothers who took time away from work, family and/or what little remained of summer break to attend GCC. What struck me, though, were the countless brothers who, driven by the desire to make Deltasig better, went the extra mile and volunteered their time—many without even being asked. There are too many examples to mention, but a few stand out—like the group of brothers who left the Grand President’s Dance to rehearse for the National Honorary Initiation until almost 1 a.m. or those who skipped meals to prepare for the next day or those who ushered people around the hotel between sessions. Undoubtedly, that extra effort by everybody made for a better Congress and for a better Fraternity. I am pleased with what WE accomplished as a Fraternity in Louisville. Our delegates faced some difficult issues and challenged each other to make the best decisions. The educational and historical programming received rave reviews by those that attended. We celebrated significant milestones for individual members and chapters. Additionally, the Leadership Foundation raised $85,000, which will help further the mission of Delta Sigma Pi. Time is already flying by as we start the next biennium stronger than ever. I am proud of what we’ve accomplished so far as “America’s Foremost Business Fraternity,” but our work is never done. There are campuses that would benefit from our presence. There are people in our local and university communities that need our service. And because of this, we need your help and assistance more than ever. During the next biennium, we will engage in a number of initiatives including examining colonization and chapter expansion processes and resources; better defining guidelines for the structuring of regions and the duties of RVPs; reviewing the current national

structure that exists around how we perform strategic planning and provide oversight of our committees; continuing to build a relationship with a philanthropic partner; expanding and growing our e-learning solutions; and revising our chapter consultation program to include virtual visits. This list is, by no means, exhaustive. There are so many other items that will be addressed by the Fraternity’s board as well as local leaders and committees in the upcoming two years. To do all of this, we rely heavily on the volunteer efforts of brothers—people just like you. I ask you to consider getting involved by finding an initiative that piques your interest. I, along with the rest of our leadership team (the Board of Directors, committee chairs and members, Regional Vice Presidents, District Directors and staff) welcome the opportunity to work with you. Together, let’s ensure we have plenty of reasons to celebrate when we’re together again in Seattle. Fraternally, Mark A. Chiacchiari Grand President

GP Mark Chiacchiari (left) presented PGP Mitch Simmons a plaque recognizing his leadership of the recent Central Office renovation.

“Fraternal Forum” allows elected leaders, staff, and interested members to offer updates, viewpoints and commentaries on issues facing the Fraternity. Contact the Central Office if you have an interest in contributing a column. Final determination of content rests with the editorial staff. NOVEMBER 2011/THE DELTASIG OF DELTA SIGMA PI


lations u Congrat to the 2010-11 Delta Sigma Pi NATIONAL WINNERS INDIVIDUAL AWARDS Chapter Advisor of the Year Alan Wiman, serving Rider (NJ) District Director of the Year Carissa Panning, serving Minnesota

PROVINCIAL WINNERS INDIVIDUAL AWARDS Chapter Advisor of the Year Chapter listed is the chapter served as Advisor. North Central – Mark Young, Winona State (MN) Northeastern – Alan Wiman, Rider (NJ) South Central – Turner White, Rockhurst (MO) Southern – Mary Dittman, Francis Marion (SC) Western – Paul Sandoval, New Mexico District Director of the Year Chapters listed represent those served as District Director. North Central – Carissa Panning, Minnesota Northeastern – Alan Brunton, Bowling Green State (OH) South Central – Kim Pattillo, Midwestern State (TX) Southern – Ollie Moses, South Florida-Tampa Western – Valerie Martinez, Cal Poly-Pomona

Award Winners!

COLLEGIATE CHAPTER AWARDS The R. Nelson Mitchell Outstanding Collegiate Chapter George Mason (VA) Most Improved Collegiate Chapter St. Thomas (MN)

Outstanding Financial Operations Winona State (MN) Outstanding Alumni Relations Cal Poly-Pomona

Outstanding Service Activities Cal Poly-Pomona

Outstanding Scholastic Development Loyola-Marymount (CA)

COLLEGIATE CHAPTER AWARDS The R. Nelson Mitchell Outstanding Collegiate Chapter North Central – Drake (IA) Northeastern – George Mason (VA) South Central – North Texas Southern – Bellarmine (KY) Western – Cal PolySan Luis Obispo

Southern – Longwood (VA) Western – Southern California

Most Improved Collegiate Chapter North Central – St. Thomas (MN) Northeastern – Duquesne (PA) South Central – Texas A&MKingsville Southern – Auburn (AL) Western – Washington State Outstanding Service Activities North Central – St. Thomas (MN) Northeastern – Pittsburgh South Central – Oklahoma Southern – Georgia Western – Cal Poly-Pomona Outstanding Professional Activities North Central – St. Thomas (MN) Northeastern – George Mason (VA) South Central – Rockhurst (MO) Southern – West Florida Western – California-Irvine Outstanding Financial Operations North Central – Winona State (MN) Northeastern – Cornell (NY) South Central – WashingtonSt. Louis


Outstanding Professional Activities California-Irvine


Outstanding Alumni Relations North Central – St. Thomas (MN) Northeastern – Pittsburgh South Central – Oklahoma Southern – Florida State Western – Cal Poly-Pomona Outstanding Scholastic Development North Central – Illinois Northeastern – Rider (NJ) South Central – North Texas Southern – Florida State Western – LoyolaMarymount (CA) ALUMNI CHAPTER AWARDS Outstanding Alumni Chapter Northeastern – ClevelandAkron South Central – Fort Worth Cowtown Southern – Johnson City (TN) Western – Orange County (CA) Most Improved Alumni Chapter North Central – Chicago Northeastern – DC Metro Western – Orange County (CA) Outstanding Service Activities Northeastern – BuffaloRochester South Central – Fort Worth Cowtown Southern – Atlanta Western – Orange County (CA)

ALUMNI CHAPTER AWARDS Outstanding Alumni Chapter Orange County (CA) Most Improved DC Metro Outstanding Service Activities Orange County (CA) Outstanding Professional Activities Orange County (CA) Outstanding Collegiate Relations Kansas City Outstanding Professional Activities Northeastern – Buffalo-Rochester South Central – Fort Worth Cowtown Southern – Atlanta Western – Orange County (CA) Outstanding Collegiate Relations Northeastern – Buffalo-Rochester South Central – Kansas City Southern – Columbia (SC) Western – Orange County (CA)

REGIONAL WINNERS INDIVIDUAL AWARDS Chapter Advisor of the Year Chapter listed is the chapter served as Advisor. Atlantic Coast – Carolyn Massiah, Central Florida Bay Area – Paul Lorton, Jr., San Francisco Capital – Connie Groer, Frostburg State (MD) Central Gulf – Gayle Baugh, West Florida Desert Mountain – Paul Sandoval, New Mexico Eastern – Alan Wiman, Rider (NJ) Mid-Atlantic – Connie Uselman, North Carolina-Greensboro Mid-South – John Atkinson, Western Kentucky Midwestern – Turner White, Rockhurst (MO)

North Central – Mark Young, Winona State (MN) Pacific Coast – Daryle NaganoKrier, Cal State-Fullerton South Atlantic – Carol Osborne, South Florida-Polytechnic Southeastern – Mary Dittman, Francis Marion (SC) Steel Valley – David Dawley, West Virginia District Director of the Year Chapter listed is the chapter served as District Director. Atlantic Coast – Shane Borden, Florida Bay Area – Alan Naguit, San Francisco Capital – Onuka Ibe, Howard (DC) Central – Krisinda Doherty, Purdue (IN) Central Gulf – Charis Wilder, Alabama Desert Mountain – Norman Bebon, Texas-El Paso East Central – Alan Brunton, Bowling Green State (OH) Eastern – Linda Fritschy Oakes, Rider (NJ) Gateway – Patricia Burke, Missouri-St. Louis Great Lakes – Courtney Fujara, Northwestern (IL) Great Plains – Erica Kolsrud, Iowa Gulf South – Megan LeBouef, McNeese State (LA) Gulf Western – Musanna AlMuntasir, Texas A&MCorpus Christi Huron – Fred Lipsey, Albion (MI) Mid-Atlantic – Sean Vineyard, Radford (VA) Mid-South – Kim May, Western Kentucky Midwestern – Kris McDaniel, Missouri-Kansas City New England – Daniel Collins, Bentley (MA) Niagara – Noel Niles, Syracuse (NY) North Central – Carissa Panning, Minnesota Pacific Coast – Valerie Martinez, Cal Poly-Pomona Rocky Mountain – Brian Adams, Colorado State Sierra Nevada – Crystal Justice, Cal State-Sacramento and Nevada-Reno South Pacific – Rick Boner, California-Santa Barbara and Pepperdine South Atlantic – Ollie Moses, South Florida-Tampa Southeastern – Claire Moomjian, Francis Marion (SC) Southwestern – Lindsay Wilson, Texas Christian Steel Valley – Neeley Lantz , West Virginia Tornado Alley – Kim Pattillo, Midwestern State (TX)

R. Nelson Mitchell Outstanding Collegiate Chapter Atlantic Coast – Florida State Bay Area – CaliforniaSanta Cruz Capital – George Mason (VA) Central Gulf – West Florida Central – Evansville (IN) Desert Mountain – Arizona East Central – Miami-Ohio Eastern – New York Gateway – Washington-St. Louis Great Plains – Drake (IA) Gulf Western – Texas A&MCollege Station Mid-Atlantic – Longwood (VA) Mid-South – Bellarmine (KY) Midwestern – Rockhurst (MO) Niagara – Buffalo North Central – Minnesota Pacific Coast – Cal Poly-Pomona Rocky Mountain – Colorado State Sierra Nevada – Cal State-Fresno South Pacific – Cal PolySan Luis Obispo Southeastern – Clemson (SC) Southwestern – North Texas Steel Valley – Pittsburgh Tornado Alley – Oklahoma State Most Improved Collegiate Chapter Bay Area – CaliforniaSanta Cruz Capital – Delaware Central Gulf – Auburn (AL) Eastern – New Jersey Gateway – Washington-St. Louis Great Plains – Iowa State Gulf Western – Texas A&MKingsville

George Mason was presented the R. Nelson Mitchell Outstanding Collegiate Chapter Award for 2010-11 at the 48th GCC in Louisville. From left: Heather Shaner, Monowara Hossain, Rufaro Mandizvidza, Vicky Sorto-Sanchez and GP Mark Chiacchiari Mid-Atlantic – North CarolinaChapel Hill Mid-South – Tennessee Midwestern – MissouriKansas City Niagara – Binghamton (NY) North Central – St. Thomas (MN) Northwestern – Washington State Pacific Coast – Cal Poly-Pomona Sierra Nevada – Cal StateSacramento South Atlantic – Miami-Florida South Pacific – CaliforniaLos Angeles Southeastern – Mercer (GA)

Steel Valley – Duquesne (PA) Tornado Alley – Oklahoma State Outstanding Service Activities Atlantic Coast – Central Florida Bay Area – California-Santa Cruz Capital – George Mason (VA) Central – Evansville (IN) Central Gulf – West Florida Desert Mountain – Arizona State East Central – Bowling Green State (OH) Eastern – St. Joseph’s (PA) Gateway – Washington-St. Louis Great Lakes – WisconsinMadison Great Plains – Drake (IA) (continued on page 8)

DC Metro was named Most Improved Alumni Chapter for 2010-11. From left: Northeastern PVP Paul Carpinella, Capital RVP Stacy Jordan, Heather Shaner, Jessica Butchko, GP Mark Chiacchiari, Aimee King, Brittany Bowers and Onuka Ibe. NOVEMBER 2011/THE DELTASIG OF DELTA SIGMA PI


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St. Thomas (St. Paul, MN) was named Most Improved Collegiate Chapter for 2010-11. From left: Katie Olson, Carley Leonard, Kevin Torgerson, GP Mark Chiacchiari, Leonardo Melim, Lucas Werner and North Central PVP Amy Briggs.

Carissa Panning, DD for Minnesota, was named District Director of the Year. From left: GP Mark Chiacchiari, newly elected North Central RVP Panning and North Central PVP Amy Briggs.

Orange County was named Most Outstanding Alumni Chapter and earned awards for Outstanding Service Activities and Outstanding Professional Activities. From left: Western PVP Lisa Brown, GP Mark Chiacchiari, Valerie Martinez, Pacific Coast RVP Patrick Bonfrisco, Arthur Wang, Mitchell Peralta, Fairuz Abdallah and Mark Yeung.



Gulf Western – Texas A&MKingsville Huron – Saginaw Valley State (MI) Mid-Atlantic – Longwood (VA) Mid-South – Bellarmine (KY) Midwestern – Rockhurst (MO) New England – Boston Niagara – Buffalo North Central – St. Thomas (MN) Pacific Coast – Cal Poly-Pomona Rocky Mountain – Colorado State Sierra Nevada – Cal State-Fresno South Atlantic – South FloridaTampa South Pacific – LoyolaMarymount (CA) Southeastern – Georgia Southwestern – Baylor (TX) Steel Valley – Pittsburgh Tornado Alley – Oklahoma Outstanding Professional Activities Atlantic Coast – Florida Bay Area – San Francisco Capital – George Mason (VA) Central – Purdue (IN) Central Gulf – West Florida Desert Mountain – Arizona East Central – Bowling Green State (OH) Eastern – New York Gateway – Truman State (MO) Great Plains – Drake (IA) Gulf Western – Texas A&MKingsville Mid-Atlantic – North CarolinaChapel Hill Mid-South – Bellarmine (KY) Midwestern – Rockhurst (MO) New England – Boston Niagara – Buffalo North Central – St. Thomas (MN) Northwestern – Washington State Pacific Coast – California-Irvine Rocky Mountain – Colorado State Sierra Nevada – Cal StateSacramento South Atlantic – Tampa South Pacific – Southern California Southeastern – Georgia Southwestern – North Texas Steel Valley – Pittsburgh Tornado Alley – Midwestern State Outstanding Financial Operations Bay Area – CaliforniaSanta Cruz Capital – George Mason (VA) East Central – Miami-Ohio Eastern – New York Gateway – Washington-St. Louis

Great Plains – Drake (IA) Gulf Western – Texas A&MCollege Station Mid-Atlantic – Longwood (VA) Mid-South – Bellarmine (KY) Midwestern – MissouriKansas City Niagara – Cornell (NY) North Central – Winona State (MN) Pacific Coast – Cal Poly-Pomona Rocky Mountain – Colorado State South Atlantic – Miami-Florida South Pacific – Southern California Southeastern – Mercer (GA) Southwestern – North Texas Steel Valley – Pittsburgh Outstanding Alumni Relations Atlantic Coast – Florida State Bay Area – San Jose State Capital – Howard (DC) Central – Illinois East Central – Miami-Ohio Eastern – New York Gateway – Washington-St. Louis Great Plains – Drake (IA) Gulf Western – Texas A&MCollege Station Mid-South – Bellarmine (KY) Midwestern – MissouriKansas City Niagara – Binghamton (NY) North Central – St. Thomas (MN) Pacific Coast – Cal Poly-Pomona Sierra Nevada – Cal StateSacramento South Atlantic – Tampa South Pacific – Southern California Southeastern – Francis Marion (SC) Southwestern – North Texas Steel Valley – Pittsburgh Tornado Alley – Oklahoma Outstanding Scholastic Development Atlantic Coast – Florida State Bay Area – California-Santa Cruz Capital – George Mason (VA) Central – Illinois Desert Mountain – Arizona State East Central – Ohio Eastern – Rider (NJ) Gateway – Truman State (MO) Mid-South – Bellarmine (KY) Midwestern – Rockhurst (MO) Niagara – Binghamton (NY) Pacific Coast – Cal Poly-Pomona Sierra Nevada – Cal State-Fresno South Pacific – LoyolaMarymount (CA) Southwestern – North Texas Steel Valley – Pittsburgh ALUMNI CHAPTER AWARDS Outstanding Alumni Chapter Gateway – St. Louis Mid-South – Johnson City (TN) Midwestern – Kansas City Niagara – Buffalo-Rochester Pacific Coast – Orange County (CA)

Chapter Management Program Recognition The Chapter Management Program (CMP) is divided into three achievement levels: Accredited Chapter, Chapter of Recognition and Chapter of Excellence. The CMP allows chapter members, national leaders and staff to evaluate chapter operations and activities. Chapters are required to submit items to the National Fraternity to achieve each level and are expected to reach the Accredited Chapter level, which includes the minimum standards for every collegiate chapter. If all requirements for Accredited Chapter are completed, the chapter may try to achieve the second level, Chapter of Recognition, and then the third level, Chapter of Excellence.

Alan Wiman was named Chapter Advisor of the Year for his efforts with Rider.

Rocky Mountain – Denver Southwestern – Fort Worth Cowtown Steel Valley – Cleveland-Akron Most Improved Alumni Chapter Capital – DC Metro Great Lakes – Chicago Midwestern – Kansas City Niagara – Buffalo-Rochester Pacific Coast – Orange County (CA) Outstanding Service Activities Gateway – St. Louis Mid-South – Johnson City (TN) Midwestern – Kansas City Niagara – Buffalo-Rochester Pacific Coast – Orange County (CA) Southeastern – Atlanta Southwestern – Fort Worth Cowtown Outstanding Professional Activities Gateway – St. Louis Midwestern – Kansas City Niagara – Buffalo-Rochester Pacific Coast – Orange County (CA) Rocky Mountain – Denver Southeastern – Atlanta Southwestern – Fort Worth Cowtown Outstanding Collegiate Relations Capital – DC Metro Gateway – St. Louis Mid-South – Johnson City (TN) Midwestern – Kansas City Niagara – Buffalo-Rochester Pacific Coast – Orange County (CA) Southeastern – Columbia (SC) Southwestern – Fort Worth Cowtown p

Congratulations to the 32 chapters that reached Chapter of Excellence, 59 chapters reaching Chapter of Recognition and 104 that earned the Accredited Chapter! Excellence

A Chapter of Excellence is operationally sound with a wellrounded program focusing on larger scale events and national Fraternity promotion. To earn Chapter of Excellence, a chapter must achieve the Accredited Chapter tier, the Chapter of Recognition tier and complete the required and optional items for the third tier. Boston California-Irvine California-Riverside California-San Diego Cal Poly-Pomona Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo Cal State-Fullerton Cal State-Sacramento Clemson Drake Evansville Georgia Georgia State Longwood Loyola-Marymount Mercer Miami-Ohio Midwestern State Minnesota Missouri-Kansas City Nevada-Reno New York North Carolina-Chapel Hill North Texas Ohio Redlands Rider Rockhurst St. Thomas San Diego State Washington State Winona State


A Chapter of Recognition is operationally sound with a well-rounded program that focuses on alumni, faculty, and new brothers. To earn Chapter of Recognition, a chapter must achieve the Accredited Chapter tier and complete the required and optional items for the second tier. All chapters listed under Excellence also achieved this level. Akron Albany Arizona State Bellarmine Bentley Binghamton Cal State-Chico Cal State-East Bay Cal State-Long Beach California-Santa Cruz Colorado State Connecticut Francis Marion Indiana-Purdue at Ft. Wayne Iowa State James Madison Marquette New Jersey North Florida St. Joseph’s St. Peter’s San Francisco San Jose State Texas A&M-College Station West Florida Wisconsin-Madison Xavier Accredited

An Accredited Chapter is operationally sound and functions within all the guidelines of the national Fraternity. To earn Accredited Chapter, a chapter must submit 100% of all items in the first tier, with at least 95% of those

items correctly completed and submitted on time. All chapters listed under Recognition and Excellence also achieved this level. Adelphi Albion Arizona Bowling Green State Bryant Cal State-Fresno Cal State-Northridge California-Davis Central Florida Cornell Delaware Duquesne George Mason George Washington Georgia College & State Houston Howard Kennesaw State McNeese State Missouri-St. Louis Michigan State Missouri State New Mexico New Mexico State Northern Arizona Pacific Penn State-Erie Pittsburgh Purdue San Diego Southern California Southern Methodist Syracuse Tampa Tennessee Texas A&M-Kingsville Texas-Arlington Troy Truman State Washington-St. Louis Wayne State Western Illinois Western Michigan Wisconsin-La Crosse Wisconsin-Milwaukee



Leadership Team

Get to Know Your 2011-2013 Leadership Team Board of Directors

GRAND PRESIDENT Mark Chiacchiari, Pennsylvania Email: Residence: Newbury, OH Profession: IT Manager, Progressive Insurance

PAST GRAND PRESIDENT Mitch Simmons, Southern Mississippi Email: Resident: Marietta, GA Profession: Agent, Georgia Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company

VICE PRESIDENT-FINANCE Shane Borden, Central Florida Email: Residence: Altamonta Springs, FL Profession: Database Advisor, FedEx

NORTH CENTRAL PROVINCIAL VICE PRESIDENT Jodi Schoh, Winona State Email: Residence: Chanhassen, MN Profession: Accounting Manager, Culligan Soft Water Service Co

SOUTH CENTRAL PROVINCIAL VICE PRESIDENT Los Ellis, Oklahoma Email: Residence: Round Rock, TX Profession: Professional Speaker and Government


SOUTHERN PROVINCIAL VICE PRESIDENT David Ross, Florida Atlantic Email: Residence: Delray Beach, FL Profession: Program Professor, Nova Southeastern University


VICE PRESIDENTORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT Joe Ward, Lewis Email: Residence: Burbank, IL Profession: CFO, Hawkinson Nissan LLC

NORTHEASTERN PROVINCIAL VICE PRESIDENT Paul Carpinella, Bentley Email: Residence: Stoughton, MA Profession: Marketing Product Manager, Windstar Technologies, Inc.

WESTERN PROVINCIAL VICE PRESIDENT Lisa Brown, Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo Email: Residence: Pleasanton, CA Profession: IT Senior Manager, Sybase

Leadership Team Central: Vacant as of 9/26/11 Central Gulf: Lee James, West Alabama Email: Residence: Pelham, AL Profession: Transportation Sales Rep, C.H. Robinson Worldwide

2010 COY Jenny Terbrock, Christian Brothers Email: Residence: Memphis, TN Profession: Accountant, CB Richard Ellis

Desert Mountain: Dave Glanzrock, Arizona State Email: Residence: Chandler, AZ Profession: Owner, Leave Your Boss, LLC East Central: Mary Miracle, Cincinnati Email: Residence: Monroe, OH Profession: Account Manager, School Speciality Eastern: Tom Calloway, Penn State-Erie Email: Residence: Newtown Square, PA Profession: Report Analyst, Executive Health Resources

2011 COY Cody Silva, Loyola-Marymount Email: Residence: Kailua, Hawaii Profession: Flight Attendant, Hawaiian Airlines

Regional Vice Presidents Atlantic Coast: Christopher Sweet, Central Florida Email: Residence: Clermont, FL Profession: Guest Service Manager, Walt Disney World Bay Area: Scott Wong, Cal StateEast Bay Email: Residence: Oakland, CA Profession: Administrative Assistant, Cal State-East Bay Capital: Diana V. Beauge Email: Residence: Washington, D.C. Profession: IT Project Manager, Government

Empire: Rodney Carswell, Rider Email: Residence: Rockaway, NJ Profession: Student Gateway: Kevin Weber, MissouriSt. Louis Email: Residence: St. Louis, MO Profession: 2nd Level Analyst, Ceridian Corporation Great Lakes: Dennis Protasio, DePaul Email: Residence: Glendale Heights, IL Great Plains: Kirstie Gill, Drake Email: Residence: Des Moines, IA Profession: Accounting Graduate Student, Drake University Gulf South: Jason Campagna, Our Lady of Holy Cross Email: Residence: Belle Chasse, LA Profession: Self-Employed, Property Management and Development Gulf Western: Gilbert Landras, Houston Email: Residence: Houston, TX Profession: Self-Employed, Accounting and Finance

Huron: Matt Carrington, Western Michigan Email: Residence: Portage, MI Profession: Sr. Financial AnalystFrozen Foods, Kellogg Co. Mid-Atlantic: Sean Vineyard, Radford E-mail: Residence: Fairfax, VA Profession: Senior Accountant, Kearney & Company Mid-South: Heather Lewis, Indiana State Email: Residence: Louisville, KY Profession: Office Manager, Food Service at Norton Audubon Hospital Midwestern: Henry McDaniel, Missouri-Kansas City Email: Residence: Kansas City, MO Profession: Marketing Specialist, State Farm Insurance New England: Patrick Johnson, Bryant Email: Residence: Hamden, CT Profession: Staff Accountant, Beers, Hamerman & Co., P.C. Niagara: Kayleigh Lot, Buffalo Email: Residence: Williamsville, NY Profession: HR Assistant, Cameron Compression Systems North Central: Carissa Panning, Drake Email: Residence: Burnsville, MN Profession: Marketing Specialist, UnitedHealthcare Northwestern: Lisa Brown (see Western PVP) Pacific Coast: Patrick Bonfrisco, Cal State-Fullerton Email: Residence: Garden Grove, CA Profession: Human Resources Professional Rocky Mountain: Sheri Gabor, Colorado-Colorado Springs Email: Residence: Littleton, CO Profession: Project Manager, Delta Dental (continued on page 12)



Leadership Team (continued from page 11) Sierra Nevada: Mar Hoyos, Pacific Email: Residence: Sacramento, CA Profession: Temporary Agent, Pick-n-Pull South Atlantic: Janene Winton, Central Florida Email: Residence: St. Petersburg, FL Profession: Associate Client Manager, McKesson Corporation South Pacific: Matt Temple, Cal State-Fullerton Email: Residence: Long Beach, CA Profession: Business Support Manager, Bank of America Southeastern: Jessica James, Georgia State Email: Residence: Atlanta, GA Profession: Owner, Crystal Clear Connections, LLC

Southwestern: Kim Pattillo, North Texas Email: Residence: The Colony, TX Profession: College Recruiting/ Programs Manager, Alcatel-Lucent Steel Valley: Tricia Smith, Akron Email: Residence: Cuyahoga Falls, OH Profession: Manager-Member Services, ERC

NATIONAL COMMITTEE CHAIRS Alumni Development: Kara Lenox, Ball State Email: Residence: Mount Prospect, IL Profession: Product Manager, Vice President, Northern Trust

Professional Development: Katie Koch, Eastern Illinois Email: Residence: St. Louis, MO Profession: Director of Recruiting, Progressive Insurance

Community Service: Kris McDaniel, Central Missouri Email: Residence: Parkville, MO Profession: Business Analyst, Centurylink

Scholastic Development and Awards: Corie Schilberg Email: Residence: Pittsburgh, PA Profession: EDI Analyst, Dick’s Sporting Goods

National Leadership Retreat

Newly elected leaders and staff gathered September 23-25 in Oxford for the National Leadership Retreat.


Tornado Alley: Avery Moore, Oklahoma Email: Residence: Norman, OK Profession: System Engineer IT-2, Computer System Designers


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Academic Accolades

Hawaii-Manoa/Upsilon Eta Mu

Colony members spent the first week of September recruiting at the school campus fair with the help of 2011 COY Cody Silva. Hawaii’s Governor Neil Abercrombie also visited the colony. Prospective members were invited to attend an orientation, where several alumni spoke about the benefits of Delta Sigma Pi and how being a part of it changed their life. We also planned other events, including billiard/game nights and potlucks, a beach cleanup community service and professional events.—Kira Kawakami

Indiana-Purdue at Ft. Wayne/ Iota Lambda

The chapter toured the corporate headquarters of DeBrand, a company who makes chocolate. In addition, the company has three retail stores in Fort Wayne. Brothers learned about the history of the company and toured the kitchens, where all the chocolate is made.—Lauren Doctor


A representative from the Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium spoke to students about the challenges of abiding international law. With so many animals from around the world, the zoo faces varying regulations across countries. The representative also brought two animals from the zoo—Barry the chinchilla and Tarik the kinkajou. Twenty-four brothers and seven guests attended the event. —Shannon McCall

San Jose State/Theta Chi

We hosted “A Wish Come True Gala,” our annual fundraiser, in combination with the chapter’s 40th anniversary. We raised more than $2,300 for our local Greater Bay Area Make-A-Wish Foundation! In order to plan the event, we formed an event committee and appointed various chairs in charge of fundraising, marketing, etc. We created an event logo, event letterhead, posters, fliers, filmed a commercial and created an overall marketing campaign. We also hosted various fundraisers, including bake sales, a BBQ fundraiser at Sports Basement and restaurant fundraisers. Several corporate sponsors also donated money and/or silent auction gifts. We (continued on page 14)

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Ellen Jones, Bellarmine, received the Crowe Horwath Scholarship from the KyCPA Educational Foundation. Amy Luttrell, Eastern Illinois, received the Jim and June Giffin Scholarship from Eastern Illinois. Brittany VanderBeek, Michigan, earned a scholarship to study abroad last summer from the University of Michigan Center for Global and Intercultural Study.

Dean’s List

Texas A&M-Kingsville Yvonne Saldivar

Bellarmine Adam Hobson Tiffany Landrum Madeline Muldoon Ashley Stites

Delta Sigma Pi Scholarship Key

Since 1912, the Delta Sigma Pi Scholarship key has been awarded annually at each college or university where the Fraternity maintains an active chapter. The Key is presented to the graduating senior with the highest grade point average in the school of business or its equivalent. One hundred twenty-four universities awarded 296 scholarship keys. Of those presented, 16 were Deltasigs. Angelica Cintron, Adelphi William Burnette, Alabama Roddy W. Warren, Angelo State Rebekah L. Marsh, Central Missouri Amy Stroh, Cincinnati Kevin Pisciotta, Delaware Celia Cannon, George Mason Michael Carbone, Lewis

Stephen Loesch, Lewis Ingrid Zeiner, Mercer Brandon H. Olson, MissouriKansas City Xinyi Zhang, Missouri State Daniela Villacres, St. Peter’s Matthew Drouin, Tampa Lindsay Slavick, Valparaiso Daniel Waples, Valparaiso

Remember to submit news and photos of your contribution to Make A Difference Day to by January 11. NOVEMBER 2011/THE DELTASIG OF DELTA SIGMA PI


On Campus (continued from page 13) then mailed “save the dates” to more than 100 alumni and San Francisco and San Jose City Council Members. The invitations included a business card that included the event logo, date, and website; a personalized invitation letter; a one-page ticket information and pricing sheet; a one-page informational on Make-A-Wish; a one-page Wish Kids Story; and a page with local hotels and taxi cab information. Almost 100 students and more than 130 guests attended the event.—Jennifer Nguyen

Texas-Arlington/Zeta Mu

We hosted “How to Survive this Economy,” which focused on preparing students for entrepreneurship and professional success. Four Texas business owners spoke about how to get professional experience before opening a small business and how to prepare for challenges. –The Shorthorn

Western Illinois/Lambda Omicron

We sponsored a campus-wide presentation by Adam Carroll, Phoenix Thunderbird, during Career Week. “Your Dream Job is Waiting” focused on the mindset that is needed to help students springboard to career success after college.—McDonough Voice p

Check out Award Winning Deltasig E-Learning! Executive Director Bill Schilling and Western PVP Lisa Brown attended the Professional Fraternity Association (PFA) Annual Conference in San Mateo, Calif., where Delta Sigma Pi received PFA’s 2011 award in the category of “Outstanding Professional Program.” The Fraternity’s “Deltasig E-Learning” took the honors. It was launched in October 2009 and continues to provide value and education to our members around the clock at Experience the award winning program yourself: • View Deltasig 101 and Real Life 101 presentations–more than 25 to choose from. • View the Certified Deltasig Leader (CDL) sessions–see page 17 for more details. • Watch a recorded webinar–more than 15 to choose from. • Register for upcoming live webinars.

Grand President Mark Chiacchiari served on the ritual team during OHIO STATE’S spring initiation! They had 22 initiates and now have more than 100 chapter members.



On Campus

SAN JOSE STATE hosted their annual fundraiser, a benefit dinner for Make A Wish Foundation, in conjunction with the chapter’s 40th anniversary. The chapter had more than 200 brothers and guests at the event and raised more than $2,300.

Brothers from FLORIDA ATLANTIC, FLORIDA SOUTHERN, MIAMIFLORIDA, SOUTH FLORIDAPOLYTECHNIC, SOUTH FLORIDA-TAMPA, TAMPA and TAMPA ALUMNI gather at the South Atlantic Regional Leadership Conference in Tampa in August.

Over 100 brothers from 13 chapters from the Midwestern and Gateway Regions met in Columbia, Mo. for the Mid-America Regions School (MARS). The event included sessions on House Buying, CMP, Risk Management, Resume & Cover Letters, Career Fulfillment, Insurance 101 and many other topics.

Several brothers toured Churchill Downs in Louisville after the 48th GCC. From left: Kristi Stinchcomb, Auburn; Golden Council Member Josh Snow; Ben Mahaffey, Auburn; Bryan Craig, Auburn; Kevin Smathers, Southern Mississippi; Kyle Scholl, Auburn; and DJ Swatzell, East Tennessee State.



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SANTA CLARA/SILICON VALLEY invited surrounding alumni chapters and local alumni to their first monthly social.

Brothers met for dinner in LONDON. Pictured (from left): Preet Kaur, Pacific; Nicole Vucic, Tampa; Eliott Large, Tampa; Ashok Arora, Central Florida; Debbie Wang, Texas; Temy Clemons, Florida State; Bryana Aguilar, Cal State-Northridge; Rayvon Joseph, Florida State; Scott Herzog, Redlands; Alex Yurchak, Cincinnati; Blake Holler, Texas A&M; and Ayesha Doyster, Florida State.

HAWAII held a social and professional event with HAWAII-HILO at Yogurtland. Manager Carrie Evangelista explained the daily operations of the company while members enjoyed their yogurt.

More than 50 brothers and guests attended ARLINGTON AREA LONE STAR’s sixth annual luau in July. From left: Golden Council Member Paul Brodie; Rich Jolliff, Texas-Arlington; Emily Risinger; and J. Dean Craig, Texas-Arlington.



Beyond Campus Boston

The Boston Alumni Chapter continues its busy schedule this fall with a combination of dinner meetings, community service events and collegiate interaction. We once again participated in the Lupus Walk on the Charles, which raises funds and awareness for the Lupus Foundation of New England, in September as part of team College Challenge. Other scheduled events include Make A Difference Day in October and the JDRF Holiday Gift Wrap at a local mall in December. In addition to attending collegiate pledging and initiation ceremonies, the chapter will send a team to the regional Rose Games, held at Bryant University. We always welcome new brothers to the chapter. Please join our Yahoo Group (BAC of Delta Sigma Pi) or visit www. or our Facebook group (Boston Alumni Chapter Deltasigs) for more information on our activities.—Deb Lang


We held a beach barbecue at Richardson’s Beach Park with Hawaii-Hilo. Falcon Crest TV actress Olga Dennis made a special appearance during the event and brothers enjoyed teriyaki meat, hot dogs, barbecue chicken, chili and rice, grilled oysters, steamed fresh Hawaiian fish, zucchini and mushroom shish kebabs, Kauai prawns, and watermelon.—Clayton Chong

Santa Clara/Silicon Valley

We hosted our family picnic and welcomed alumni and collegiates from local chapters. The event included a potluck, a recipe exchange, face painting and games, such as three-legged races and a potato sack race. We also attended a San Jose Giants game in September. —Erica Bumgarner p

Become a CDL today and join 100 of your brothers!


he Certified Deltasig Leader (CDL) program is an online volunteer training program for Deltasigs. Certification recognizes an alumni member for their demonstrated leadership training and experience.

How do you become a Certified Deltasig Leader (CDL)-Tier I?

Participate in at least two national Fraternity events in the past five years; complete 11 volunteer leader core training presentations—all found at; support the Leadership Foundation; and apply online at

Already a CDL and want to go one step farther? Advanced Certification is available!

To be eligible, alumni members must: complete Tier I certification; serve the Fraternity for at least one year in a volunteer leadership position; complete the four advanced training presentations at; and apply online at

Current CDL certification will need to be renewed soon!

Certification expires December 31 and needs to be renewed between November 1 and February 1. Requirements include: participation in two national Fraternity events in the last two years; complete any new or updated presentations and two elective courses; and continued support of the Leadership Foundation. See the Awards and Recognition Guide for more details.

Congratulations to the CDLs who earned Tier I or Tier II certification between May 19 and September 14. (Tier II CDLs are marked with a 2.) Amy Briggs2, Minnesota State-Mankato Lisa Brown2, Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo Peter Chamberlain2, Oklahoma Dale Clark2, Longwood Daniel Collins2, Massachusetts-Boston Whitney Dixon Reed, Evansville Los Ellis2, Oklahoma Wayne Harber2, Oklahoma State Crystal Justice2, Pacific Gilbert Landras, Houston Tommy Law2, San Jose State

Kara Lenox, Ball State Adam Katch, Iowa State Lance Pauly, Nevada-Reno Corey Polton2, Cal State-Fullerton Teresa Schudrowitz2, St. Ambrose Crystal Simmons2, New Mexico Velvet Simmons, Louisiana-Monroe Tricia Smith2, Akron Richard “Nick” Steinkrauss2, Suffolk Cory Stopka, St. Cloud State Joe Ward2, Lewis NOVEMBER 2011/THE DELTASIG OF DELTA SIGMA PI


Congratulations to Helmet Honorees! Dale Clark, current Director of Chapter and Expansion Services, was initiated in 1986 into Kappa Nu at Longwood in Farmville, Va. Before starting work at the Central Office in 1992, Brother Clark served as a Regional Director. He is a member of the Association of Fraternity Advisors and a representative to the Fraternal Law Conference. While on staff, Dale has served on the National Scholastic Development and Awards Committee and multiple other groups including the Ritual Task Force and Diversity and Sensitivity Group. A Golden Council Member and frequent Foundation donor, he has attended countless LEAD events, leadership retreats and Grand Chapter Congresses and visited many campuses across the country. David Demaree was initiated in 1986 into Iota Lambda as Indiana-Purdue at Fort Wayne where he served as Chapter President. Brother Demaree, a Golden Council member, served multiple terms as the Central Regional Director and as District Director for Indiana-Purdue at Indianapolis, Ball State, Evansville and Indiana. He has attended numerous Grand Chapter Congresses, LEAD events, area and regional conferences and officer trainings and attended the Fraternity’s first Leadership Academy. He and his wife, Cami, a Deltasig from Evansville, live in McCordsville, In. and have one daughter, Kaylie.

Haili Kamahele was initiated into Epsilon Phi at Cal State-Sacramento in 1985. Brother Kamahele, an active member in college, remains active by attending many national events including over 10 Grand Chapter Congresses and numerous LEAD events. Haili, a supporter of the Leadership Foundation, is a member of the Sacramento Valley Alumni Chapter and lives in Sonoma, Ca. Leadership Foundation Vice Chairman Brian Krippner was initiated in 1986 into Iota Nu at Truman State. It has to be more than coincidence that Brother Krippner was born on November 7th— perhaps sharing his birthday with the Fraternity somehow has strengthened his connection to it. Several years after graduating, he became Truman State’s District Director assisting them in 1999 to be recognized as the National Most Outstanding Chapter and Brother Krippner to be recognized as the National District Director of the Year. He has also served as District Director for Washburn and Kansas City Alumni Chapter. Previously, Krippner chaired the National Professional Development Committee. Additionally, he has presented at and attended many LEAD events and Congresses and is an active member of the St. Louis Alumni Chapter. He is vice president/regional manager for UMB Bank and he and his wife Ame, also a member from Truman State, live in St. Louis with their two daughters.

GP Mark Chiacchiari (right) presented LF Vice Chairman Brian Krippner, Truman State, with his Silver Helmet for 25 years of service to the Fraternity at GCC. From left: Joe Tacto, San Diego State; Dale Clark, Longwood; Haili Kamahele, Cal StateSacramento; and David Demaree, Indiana-Purdue at Fort Wayne; were among those presented their Silver Helmets in Louisville.



Since being initiated in 1986 into Delta Epsilon at North Texas, Catherine Merdian has remained active in the Fraternity. Brother Merdian served as a District Director from 1988 until 1995 for Dallas Area Alumni Chapter, North Texas and Texas Christian. A Golden Council member since 1999, Catherine previously served as Vice President-Alumni Benefits and Services. Additionally, she was member of the National Scholastic Development and Awards Committee, the Southern Provincial Awards Committee and chaired the Capital Region Awards Committee. She works for Lockheed Martin Vought Systems and lives in Bethesda, Md. Golden Council Member Joseph Tacto was initiated in 1986 into Iota Pi at San Diego State. Brother Tacto has served as a Regional Director and District Director for various chapters including San Diego and San Diego Alumni Chapter. Joe has also served as Provincial Chair of Community Service Committee and as a member of both the National Professional Development and Nominations Committees. He is an active member of San Diego Alumni Chapter serving in various roles and is a supporter of the Leadership Foundation. Brother Tacto has been an active presenter and attendee at regional, provincial and national events including Grand Chapter Congress, LEAD events, officer trainings, regional conferences and more. He lives in La Mesa, Calif. where he works as an Institutional Relationship Manager at TD Ameritrade. p

Brotherhood Network Get Involved! Please note: Contact information is listed here for cities where alumni chapters are currently franchised as of September 15. There are alumni members organizing groups in other cities listed. They are noted with a city name only. For contact information on these organizing groups, or to start a group in an area not already listed, please email, call (513) 523-1907 x223, or check online at Alabama Birmingham Lee James 205-685-8797 Livingston Alaska Anchorage Arizona PhoenixThunderbird Kaitlin Sinclair 602-909-3486 Tucson Old Pueblo arkansas Fort smith California Alcatraz EAST BAY Daniel Thompson 510-390-2088 Fresno- CenCal Tara Lee 559-681-8799 Hayward Inland Empire Vince Chun 818-349-1371 Los Angeles Jim Siegrist 626-497-2642 Orange County Arthur Wang 626-841-2718 Sacramento Valley Maggie Lau 916-475-2790 San Diego Joy Cable 909-519-2729 sandiegoalumnichapter San Francisco Santa Clara/ Silicon Valley Erica Bumgarner 831-359-1669 Stockton/San Joaquin Valley Colorado Colorado Springs Jesse Hernandez 719-482-6481 Denver Jeffrey Rodine 303-550-5401 GRAND JUNCTION

Connecticut Connecticut Andrew Nosack 413-923-8040 Florida Boca Raton Central Florida (Orlando) Brandon Glass 321-432-1179 Ft. Lauderdale Jacksonville Meghan Roy 904-318-9381 Pensacola Tallahassee Tampa Bay Liz Woloszyk 813-523-0277 West Palm Beach Georgia Atlanta Jared Degnan 202-413-3652 Columbus Savannah Hawaii Hawaii Clayton Chong 808-935-5069 Oahu Illinois Chicago Brian Conti 630-926-6020 Decatur/Central Illinois peoria/ bloomington/ normal Indiana bloomington evansville Indianapolis Michele Kolb 317-771-2021 South Bend/ Elkhart Iowa des moines Adam Katch 515-953-9928 Kansas Kansas City Jackie Shaw 913-558-8162

Kentucky Bowling Green Louisville Erin Lee 502-641-0858 Louisiana Baton Rouge-Red Stick Michael A McNulty III 225-756-2013 Lake CharlesLagniappe New OrleansCrescent City Maine Portland Maryland Baltimore Bryan McMillan 443-691-2581 Massachusetts Boston Richard Steinkrauss 781-413-1351 Michigan Detroit Grand Rapids Minnesota Twin Cities Amy Briggs 612-819-2879 Winona-la crosse Sandra Matson 608-397-2870 Mississippi gulfport/biloxi Hattiesburg Jackson Missouri Jefferson city Kansas City Jackie Shaw 913-558-8162 Springfield St. Louis Jeanette Buie 314-481-3566 Nebraska Lincoln/Greater Nebraska Kerry Florell 402-435-6191

Nevada Las Vegas Reno Sierra Nevada Brian Bolton 914-319-6747 New Mexico Albuquerque Las Cruces New York Albany- New York Capital Buffalo-rochester Noel Niles 248-396-0520 New York City Lesley Ross 347-689-4207 North Carolina Charlotte Greensboro Piedmont Raleigh-Durham Ohio Cincinnati Elizabeth Barnes 440-263-8290 Cleveland- Akron Bryan Bacik 216-662-3102 Columbus Oklahoma LAWTON Oklahoma CityTornado Alley Avery Moore 405-824-2111 Tulsa Green Country Wayne Harber 918-978-6485 Oregon Portland Pennsylvania Erie Harrisburg Philadelphia Conchita Dixon 215-878-7020 Pittsburgh State College Rhode Island Providence

South Carolina Charleston Columbia Sharon Hundley 803-360-3489 Greenville Myrtle Beach

Virginia Central Virginia John Cookson 804-744-4046 Roanoke Sterling Virginia Beach

Tennessee Chattanooga Johnson City Heather Smith 423-239-6162 Knoxville Memphis Burton Bridges 901-870-8587 dsp_memphisalumni@ Nashville

Washington Bellevue Seattle Anne Zaremba 425-344-2072

Texas Angelo Armadillo Arlington Area Lone Star Richard Ashton 214-563-3273 Austin Heath Thompson 580-235-2698 Corpus Christi Musanna Al-Muntasir 361-563-8853 Dallas Area Allan Schuster 214-298-9188 El Paso Leo Camargo 915-920-6146 Fort Worth Cowtown Amanda Wood 940-367-6096 HoustonSpace City Ravi Dubey 281-300-4930 ravi lubbock San Antonio Alexandria Echeveste 210-737-7659 waco Wichita Falls North Central Texas Walter Lambert 940-867-5362

Washington, D.C. DC Metro Jessica Butchko 505-220-9278 West Virginia Shepherdstown Christopher Pitzer 304-262-1952 Wisconsin Milwaukee Andrew Sawa 708-715-7448 Wyoming Gillette WORLD france Germany India Japan London Philippines Saudi Arabia Taiwan Vancouver

CHAPTERS: City and contact information listed. ORGanizing Groups: City only listed.



DELTASIGnificants New job? Start a new business? Get promoted or recognized for an achievement? Share your news with us! Email Rebecca Tweedy, Alabama, is a partnership coordinator for ProctorU and lives in Hoover, Ala. B. Todd Whisenant, Alabama, had his article “The Dirty Classroom” included in The Book of Road-Tested Activities, published by the American Society of Training and Development. He is the director of human

resources for Cru Technology and lives in Oviedo, Fla. David Morrill, Americas, is a managing partner for Jostens de Venezuela, S.A. and lives in Alpharetta, Ga. Ralph Benson, Arizona State, is president of Sales and Services, Inc. He lives in Littleton, Colo.

Steve Hughes, Ball State, is plant manager for Old Hickory Furniture and lives in Liberty, Ind. Jacqueline Le, Bentley, is regional director for Atherton Lacrosse in San Francisco. Celestino Sepulveda, Bentley, is senior associate business operations for Sapient Corporation. He lives in Waltham, Mass.

A “Wild” Summer Job Bryan Patterson, TennesseeKnoxville, has spent the last several summers working for Northern Tier in Canada, a high adventure program of the Boy Scouts of America that offers wilderness canoe trips. This past summer, he was promoted to Atikokan Base Director, a management position, and was responsible for food service, the Trading Posting, outfitting and the base office. He helped train other staff, worked with vendors to keep the base supplied and reviewed paperwork for incoming crews. Brother Patterson says he gained valuable business experience from working in a foreign country

as well as conducting frequent operations across the border. Northern Tier has three bases— the main base is outside of Ely, Minn. and secondary bases are located in Atikokan, Ontario and Bissett, Manitoba—meaning Patterson had to work with vendors and participants in both the U.S. and Canada. One of his favorite aspects of the job was working with citizens from almost all of the Canadian provinces. He believes his coworkers enhanced his experience working internationally and he has made lifelong friends. For anyone interested in working outside the

U.S., Patterson encourages it. He also recommends making friends from the local area. “Those friends are the ones who will make your experience special,” he says. p

Bryan Patterson, Tennessee-Knoxville, spent his summer working in Canada.

Northern Tier, a high adventure program of the Boy Scouts of America, offers wilderness canoe trips.



DELTASIGnificants Tam Luu, California-Berkeley, is a wealth manager for UBS Financial Services in San Francisco. Zefren Edior, Cal Poly-Pomona, works in IT for the risk and assurance division of Ernst and Young. He lives in Rialto, Calif. David Walker, Cal Poly-Pomona, is director, professional services for TrackAbout, Inc. of Pittsburgh, Pa. He lives in Flint, Texas.

Bill Vuong, Cal Poly-Pomona, is human resources sourcer for Internet Brands in El Segundo, Calif. David Luff, Cal State-Chico, is vice president, northeast region for City Information Services, Inc. He lives in Portsmouth, N.H. Christopher Wittman, Cal State-Fullerton, is a senior portfolio analyst for Proctor & Gamble in Cincinnati.

Milestones Did you recently tie the knot? Welcome a new bundle of joy? Do you know a brother who has passed away? If so, please tell us. Email your mergers, gains or losses to Mergers

Michael Mazur, Georgia State, to John Peters on June 6. They live in Avondale Estates, Ga. Megan LeBouef, McNeese State, and Mayer Valencia on June 18. They live in Lake Charles, La. Emily Roberts, Mercer, and Robert Kropp, Clemson, on June 11. They live in Charlotte, N.C. Camille Allred and Ryan Seaberry, Midwestern State, on June 25. They live in Wichita Falls, Texas. Mindi Dunford, North Florida, and John Calbeck on April 3. They live in Raleigh, N.C. Megan Bennett­­­and Michael Wilson, both Southern Mississippi, on June 25. They live in Biloxi, Miss.


Angie Gaither, Georgia State, and Brent on February 19—Christina Mia. They live in Norcross, Ga. Missy, St. Thomas, and Jason Campbell, Penn State-Erie, on April 5—Tyler Jameson. They live in Circle Pines, Minn. Ann Marie, San Francisco, and Eddie Pierce, Redlands, on January 24—Juliette Ann. They live in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. Kimberly Walton Mayden, TexasArlington, and Michael on July 6—Jacob Craig. He joins big sisters Claire and Brooke. They live in Plano, Texas. Mary and Matthew House, Winona State, on February 6— Lilliana Grace. They live in Owatonna, Minn.


Cal State-Sacramento Matthew Rossi (June 28) Colorado-Colorado Springs Jonathan Jacobs (September 2) Eastern Illinois Lowell Bourne II (July 20) Georgia State Fred Blackmon (July 30) Francis Bridges (August 1) Jacob Fetzer (July 29) Ithaca Howard Hulbert (September 25, 2010) James Madison Robert Throo (September 3) Kent State George Goodell (May 8) Ned Miner (April 10) Louisiana Tech R. Alan Ferrington (June 26) Charles Wyly (August 7) Nebraska-Omaha Arthur Croft (May 28) North Texas Charles Lyon (August 31) Northwestern Nelson Block (July 10) Ohio State Donna Marie Marhevka (June 2) Pennsylvania Charles Andersen (June 29) Rutgers-Newark Joseph Vano (May 8) San Francisco State Maris Andersons (May 22) Southern Mississippi Lance Logan (July 14) Mark Mangum (April 9) Rachel Rake (August 14) Stephen Webb (July 22) Texas Christian Jennifer Sampson Everett (June 14) Western State Vernon Whiting (March 19) Wisconsin-LaCrosse Kate Jensen (July 15)

Ricardo De La Torre, Cal State-Fullerton, is president and insurance agent for Ricardo De La Torre Insurance. He lives in Santa Ana, Calif. Sara Wichter, Colorado-Boulder, is a tax accountant for Emergency Medical Services Corporation. She lives in Highlands Ranch, Colo. Robert Glasser, Connecticut, is a partner at the New York office of Dempsey Partners. He lives in Sands Point, N.Y. Charles Ng, Denver, is manager for West Houston Conflict Resolution Center in Houston. Nichelle Dawkins, Drake, is a product manager for Hallmark Insurance in Plano, Texas. Jeffery Woods, Eastern Illinois, is an associate professor of economics in the School of Business at University of Indianapolis. Michelle Hughes, East Tennessee State, is HR generalist for Wellmont Health System. She lives in Johnson City, Tenn. D.J. Swatzell, East Tennessee State, passed the certified financial planner exam. He works for Marmo Financial Group, LLC. in Johnson City, Tenn. Liz Woloszyk, Ferris State, is director of career services at ITT-Technical Institute in Bradenton, Fla. Ashleigh Anderson, Florida State, is senior coordinator, tournaments and member programs for the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) in Sanford, Fla. Patrice Baxter, Francis Marion, is merchandise controller for TJX Companies, Inc. in Charlotte, N.C. Jefferson Hancock, Georgia, is senior manager for Accenture in Atlanta. Julie Dierwechter, Illinois, is associate manager, ecommerce partner development for W.W. Grainger. She lives in Wake Forest, Ill. Barbara Hoagland, Indiana, is an affiliate sales manager for in Chicago. Aimee Springer, Indiana-Purdue at Indianapolis, is sales delivery associate for Lincoln Financial Group. She lives in Fort Wayne, Ind. Adam Katch, Iowa State, is a solution analyst for Kingland Systems Corporation in Ames, Iowa. Nicole Parker, Longwood, is senior mortgage consultant for Tidewater Home Mortgage Group. She lives in Virginia Beach. 2011 COY Cody Silva, Loyola-Marymount, is a flight attendant for Hawaiian Airlines. He lives in Kailua, Hawaii. Leonard Thomas, Jr., Lynchburg, is a sales representative for Vector Marketing in Charlottesville, Va. (continued on page 22)



DELTASIGnificants (continued from page 21) James Kuhn, Marshall, is a quality auditor for Allied Logistics in Huntington, W.V. Megan Valencia, McNeese State, is a project cost administrator for Englobal Engineering, Inc. She lives in Lake Charles, La. Stephen Prostor, Miami-Ohio, is director, head of CPB loan syndications for Citi Private Bank in New York. Kristen Ouellette, Midwestern State, is a human resources administrator for Sherwin Williams in Greensboro, N.C. John Roskowske, Missouri-St. Louis, is a part-time supervisor for UPS. He lives in St. Peter’s, Mo. Karen Gard, Nicholls State, is project manager for IBM. She lives in Troy, Mich. Scott Gminder, North Carolina-Chapel Hill, is an account executive for PAETEC in San Francisco. Cassandra Johnson, North CarolinaGreensboro, is a marketing assistant for Good Health Natural Products in Greensboro. William Runner, Pennsylvania, completed 25 years as a volunteer on the Executive Committee of the Century Club of King’s College in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Jason Smith, Radford, is manager of merchandising and marketing at Ferguson Enterprises. He lives in Alexandria, Va. Dana Hoffman, Rider, is audit senior associate for KPMG in Princeton, N.J. Scott McMann, Roger Williams, is an application specialist MIS for MEDITECH. He lives in Cranston, R.I.

Epsilon Kappa Founding Member Remembered Charles Printz, a founding member of Epsilon Kappa at Shepherd in Shepherdstown, W.V., passed away September 30. Brother Printz graduated from and then taught at and was appointed chairman of Shepherd’s Business Division in 1950, a position he held for 31 years, retiring in 1981. He helped found Epsilon Kappa in 1961 and served as Chapter Advisor until 1981. Brother Printz was the first certified public accountant in West Virginia’s Eastern Panhandle in 1960 and owned Charles F. Printz & Company CPAs. p Kimberly Stangret, St. Cloud State, is planning and operations management analyst for St. Cloud State in Minnesota. Wesley Gozia, St. Louis, is attorney/owner of Gozia Law Firm LLC in Carlyle, Ill. Jose Luis Lopez, St. Mary’s, is owner of Waco Wonder Wash. He lives in Miami, Fla. Tracy Hurtado Amaro, Sacramento State, is an audit director for Deloitte & Touche, LLP in San Francisco. Erica Morrow, San Diego State, is marketing communications account executive for Fontis Solutions in San Diego. Kim Mai, San Francisco, is sales and marketing coordinator at Hotel Nikko San Francisco. Mark Roberts, San Francisco, was honored by the Rotary Club of Lamorinda Sunrise as the 2010-11 Rotarian of the Year and will lead the club in 2012-13 as president-elect. He lives in Orinda, Calif.

From left: Ethelence Aburto, Florida International; Wondra Pittman, Florida State; and Lourdes Campo, Florida; met during the “Semester of Discovery” Internship at PricewaterhouseCoopers. During their internships, they used professional skills acquired from being leaders in their respective chapters.



Charles Printz, Epsilon Kappa Founder

Felicia Slaton Young, Savannah State, is a virtual market specialist for Urban Partnership Bank in Chicago. Ellana Ellis, Southern California, is a commercial real estate agent for NAI CAPITAL in Los Angeles. Megan Wilson, Southern Mississippi, is a financial representative for Northwestern Mutual. She lives in Biloxi, Miss. Dennis Veit, Texas-Arlington, is an advisor for the masters in human resources program at Texas-Arlington. Norman Bebon, Texas-El Paso, is an implementation consultant for Automatic Data Processing, Inc. He lives in El Paso. Lori Lester, Texas Tech, is chief accountant for Tarrant County College in Fort Worth. John Elder, Virginia Tech, is industrial sales manager for Solo USA. He lives in Smithfield, Va. Kimberly McCarthy, Virginia Tech, is a financial management specialist for U.S. General Services Administration in Washington, D.C. Paul Borucki, Wayne State-Michigan, received a masters of arts in pastoral studies from Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit. David Bell, West Florida, is ETL-Logistics for Target and a Second Lieutenant for the Florida Army National Guard. He lives in Pensacola, Fla. Meghan Vance, Western Illinois, is an assistant product manager for the American Hotel Register Company in Vernon Hills, Ill. Chris O’Dell, Western Kentucky, is a mortgage banker for Lending Tree Loans in Louisville. Matthew House, Winona State, is senior finance analyst for Wenger Corporation in Owatonna, Minn. Gretchen (Keller) Rodefeld, WisconsinLaCrosse, earned the Accredited Business Communicator (ABC) designation for the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC). She lives in Madison, Wis. p


PGP Homer Brewer: A Legacy Lost Past Grand President Homer Brewer passed away in late September in California. Brother Brewer was initiated into Kappa Chapter at Georgia State in 1937, serving as secretary, senior vice president and chancellor. After graduating, he served as the chapter advisor and also later became director and president of the Kappa Lodge in Atlanta. He then served on the Grand Council from 1953-57, representing the Southeastern Region, before

serving as Grand President from 1957-61. His wife, Lenore, was also a member of the Pink Poodle Society. He received his B.S. from the Atlanta Division of University of Georgia in 1941 and a Bachelor of Laws degree from Emory University in 1949, passing the Georgia bar that same year. p

Brother Competes in World University Games The first time Kacey Eggers, Wayne State-Nebraska, boarded a plane was to travel to Shenzhen, China to compete in the World University Games in August. Eggers qualified for the 2011 University Games after finishing third at the U.S. Collegiate Outdoor Archery Championships in May. After a 15-hour flight to Shenzhen, China in August, the U.S. team was greeted by volunteers and taken to the Universiade Village, which served as home to more than 10,000 athletes from around the world. Eggers then had the opportunity to participate in the Opening Ceremonies, where she met other American collegiate athletes who were competing. One of the aspects she found most amazing about the World University Games was that more than one million people volunteered to help during the competition. Previously, Eggers has competed on national and regional levels, and in 2008, she came in 3rd place in the National Field Archery Association’s (NFAA) Indoor Nationals. She also placed first numerous times in the NFAA 3D Young Adult Female Freestyle division, and last year she won the Adult Freestyle division. As a freshman, Eggers created the Wayne State Archery Club. “Archery is not a well-known sport,” she said.  “I started the club because I wanted those at our campus to know more about archery, and I wanted to find out if any of the other students had a passion for the sport like I do.”

Part of Brother Egger’s passion for archery comes from her family’s involvement in the sport. By the age of 7, Eggers was firing her first set of arrows and three years later she entered her first competition. Over the years, Eggers relied on the instruction of all her family members, including her younger brother, Brett. She believes Brett has pushed her to be better and they still work together today as they achieve their goals. p

Kacey Eggers (right), Wayne State-Nebraska, and Elissa Falconer, another member of the U.S. team, traveled to China for the World University Games.



Delta Sigma Pi Leadership Foundation

Delta Sigma Pi Leadership Foundation…   The Odds on Favorite Entering Grand Chapter Congress, the odds were against the Delta Sigma Pi Leadership Foundation. However, despite the slow economy, high unemployment and uncertainty on Wall Street, our passionate brothers rose to the occasion. Through YOUR generous donations, we raised more than $85,000. That’s an average of more than $100 per attendee!!! This is a truly amazing feat that reinforces how proud I am to be a Deltasig. Brandon Trease Our achievements at GCC were preceded by another successful year for the Leadership Foundation, highlighted by numerous accomplishments. Here are a few we are most excited about: • Endowment funds have been established for each of the five provinces to provide additional scholarships and educational funding for our collegiate brothers. • The Grand President’s Circle membership continues to rise with an additional 425 new members joining this past year. This number is sure to grow with the exciting changes to the program announced in Louisville, which include the creation of a new GPC Scholarship Fund that, once endowed, will fund undergraduate scholarships for GPC members only. • The first annual 4/25 Drive, a one-day viral giving campaign, was conducted in conjunction with National Alumni Day. The drive generated the largest number of online gifts received in a single day in the history of the Leadership Foundation, with 197 gifts totaling just under $6,500. • The new Buck$ 4 Brotherhood program was introduced at GCC and kicked off November 7 in conjunction with Founders’ Day. Don’t miss your opportunity to honor our Founding Fathers and become a Legacy Chapter. I would specifically like to thank the 36 members of the 10K Club, all new and renewing members of the Grand President’s Circle and the nearly 1,600 donors supporting Delta Sigma Pi with annual gifts. It is due to your overwhelming support that I have the privilege of congratulating more than 45 scholarship winners! The time, talent and treasure given freely by the members of this great organization are an inspiration to not only me, but all brothers. For that, I say, THANK YOU!!! As a collegiate and alumnus, I’ve been a recipient of the many great benefits provided by the Leadership Foundation and am now honored and humbled to be elected Chairman and President. I look forward to serving you and thank you for giving me the opportunity to give back to an organization that I am so passionate about. Thank you for your past support and I look forward to your continued support of Delta Sigma Pi and the Leadership Foundation. Proud to be a Deltasig!



Brandon D. Trease Chairman and President 24


Cumulative Lifetime Giving(As of 6/30/11)

*Denotes Deceased

CENTURION $100,000-$249,999 Deltasig House Corporation, Northwestern-Chicago Clyde Kitchens/Thoben Elrod Foundation, Kappa Chapter Lodge Mr.* and Mrs. Sidney A. Sparks, Texas-Austin Charles I. “Buzz”* and Ruth S. “Stonie”* Sutton, Arizona State (both) Victor A. Tabor*, Louisiana Tech Melvin E. Wolfe*, Northwestern-Evanston FIFTH FOUNDER $50,000-$99,999 Alpha Theta House, Cincinnati Gregary W. and Laura L. Howell, Pacific/Nevada-Las Vegas Randy L. Hultz, Truman State Gregory J. and Katie I. Koch, Missouri State/Eastern Illinois John D. Richardson, Arizona State Mark A. and Claire Sammon Roberts, San Francisco/San Francisco State Philip H. Turnquist, Indiana State BENEFACTOR $25,000-$49,999 Jeffrey and T. Joelle Berlat, Houston (both) Russell E. Brown, Arizona State J. Barrett and Kimberly W. Carter, Georgia State/Clemson E. Robert Hautzenroeder, Colorado-Boulder Norman Kromberg, Nebraska-Lincoln Lincoln-Greater Nebraska Alumni Chapter Joseph M. Mayne, St. Cloud State James F. Pendergrass, Southern Mississippi Mrs. Daniel E. Plaster*, wife of Brother Plaster*, Georgia State Corey D. Polton, Cal State-Fullerton Chris E. Robinett, Nebraska-Lincoln Vincent and Sandra L. Shoemaker, Northern Colorado/Missouri State Richard A. “Nick” Steinkrauss, Suffolk Eddie E. Stephens, III, Miami-Florida William W. Tatum, Jr., Southern Mississippi Joseph T. and Kimberly A. Ward, Lewis (both) James A. “Duckie” and Derry R. Webb, Houston (both) Lester J. White*, New York ENTREPRENEUR $10,000-$24,999 Jennifer R. Aichele, Cal State-Sacramento Thomas E. Arnold, Miami-Florida Peter G. Bjelan, DePaul Sean T. and Andrea J.N. Boyd, George Mason/California-Riverside Evelyn Carter, Deltasig Friend Mark A. and Michelle L. Chiacchiari, Pennsylvania/Boston Alumni EDS Campus Relations Mitchell A. Epstein, Florida Richard D. Foster, Central Missouri Clarence N. “Red” and Stefanie* Frank, Detroit Marc P. and Marilyn D. Franson, Drake/Loyola-New Orleans Timothy D. Gover, Southern Methodist Shanda R. Gray, Missouri State Ralph D. Groff, Temple Firman H. Hass*, Wisconsin-Madison John V. Henik, Indiana-Northwest Kathleen M. Jahnke, Northern Illinois Ruben C. Johnston, Nevada-Las Vegas

The Mission of the Delta Sigma Pi Leadership Foundation: The Delta Sigma Pi Leadership Foundation exists to generate and provide financial support for Delta Sigma Pi Fraternity’s educational and charitable programs, which assist members to achieve individual and professional excellence within the business community. Stacy Jordan, Georgia Southern Kyle E. Junk, Penn State-Erie Brian P. and Amelia B. Krippner, Truman State (both) Susan S. Lackey, Our Lady of Holy Cross Michael R. Mallonee, Oklahoma Russell G. Mawby, National Honorary Member William H. McGowan, Cal State-Sacramento R. Nelson Mitchell*, Johns Hopkins Claire D. Moomjian, Akron Tracey Florio Moss, Houston Joan L. Nason, Bowling Green State North Central Province Northwestern Mutual Life Robert B. Pamplin, Northwestern-Evanston William C. Schilling, Nebraska-Lincoln Thomas J. Schmidt, Temple Gus W. and Lisa B. Schram, McNeese State (both) James F. and Rochelle L. Siegrist, Southern California/ Cal State-Long Beach Mitchell B. and Velvet A. Simmons, Southern Mississippi/Louisiana at Monroe St. Louis Alumni Chapter The National Dean’s List Brandon D. and Mollie M. Trease, Wayne State-Nebraska (both) Jeffrey E. and Jennifer Zych, DePaul/Lewis

Ronald J. Hankamer, Jr., Texas Christian Charles A. Hazday, Miami-Florida Howard E. Hight, DePaul Gerald E. Hotwagner, Oklahoma State W. R. Howell, Oklahoma Daniel D. Jackson, Jr., South Carolina Burell C. Johnson, Alabama Kappa Upsilon Chapter, Winona State Elizabeth M. Keith, Bowling Green State Darrell E. Keller, San Diego State Robert L. Kemp, Marquette Zaeem A. Khan, Florida Atlantic Peter J. LaCava, Bentley Daryl T. Logullo, Florida State Joe “Skip”* and Lois Loomis, California-Berkeley/ Cal State-Northridge Gilman Grant Louie, San Francisco State Bryan M. McMillan, Johns Hopkins Northeastern Province Richard J. Parnitzke, Buffalo Pi Chapter, Georgia John W. Powell, Florida James L. Prescott, Loyola-Chicago Kelly J. Rabin, Drake Walter A. Schratz, Pittsburgh Teresa L. Schudrowitz, St. Ambrose A. Zuheir Sofia, Western Kentucky Sara T. Somerset, Bentley John J. Sonday, Lewis South Central Province Christopher L. and Kathleen Lazo-Thompson, George Mason/New York Lawrence Van Quathem, Arizona Kevin B. Ward, Louisiana at Lafayette West Palm Beach Alumni Chapter Western Province H. Nicholas Windeshausen, Nebraska-Lincoln

Honor Roll of Donors 2010 – 2011

CORNERSTONE $5,000-$9,999 Lloyd A. Amundson, Minnesota Atlanta Alumni Chapter Timothy J. Augustine, Kent State Adrian R. Avalos, Cal Poly-Pomona Beta Gamma Chapter, South Carolina Patrick G. Blanchard, Georgia Southern Jeremy Bloch, Rider Frederick J. Bohling*, Marquette Marc T. and Kristine Bowman, Nebraska-Lincoln (both) Amy L. Briggs, Minnesota State-Mankato Charles and Lisa Brown, San Diego/Cal PolySan Luis Obispo James A. Caffrey, Detroit Thomas and Elizabeth Calloway, Penn State-Erie/ Penn State-State College William C. Clark III, Louisiana Tech Daniel J. Collins, Massachusetts-Boston John A. Crawford, Iowa Creative Promotions Unlimited Allan E. Davis, Kansas Karon S. Drewniak, Georgia James M. and Claire L. English, Bentley/Shepherd Charles E. Farrow, Arizona C. Dean and Heather Bailey Ferguson,  Georgia State/Tampa Paul J. Frey, Buffalo Jeffrey W. and Amy Gallentine,  Missouri-Kansas City (both) Richard M. Garber, Indiana-Bloomington Darrell G. Gilmore, Indiana-Bloomington Arthur J. Giomi, Cal State-Chico Becky A. Gradl, Valparaiso Clifford S. “Sparky” Graves, Penn State-Erie Shawn and Jeanne K. Gregory, Tampa (both) H.E. Butt Grocery Co

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Past LF Chairman Greg Koch collected money at the Foundation’s fundraiser at Howl at the Moon in Louisville. The Foundation raised more than $85,000 during GCC—that’s an average of more than $100 per attendee!

While it only takes a minute to make your gift to the Leadership Foundation, the impact is limitless. Your gift to the Annual Fund, combined with the gifts of other brothers, supports the many educational and leadership programs of the Fraternity, including LEAD events, GCC, Collegian of the Year (COY) and much more. Please make your gift today!



Delta Sigma Pi Leadership Foundation

2010-2011 Annual Giving Societies Number in parenthesis after the name indicates consecutive years of giving $100 or more, based on the Foundation’s fiscal year of July 1 to June 30. OLD GOLD SOCIETY $10,000-$24,999 in contributions during 2010-2011 Philip H. Turnquist (17), Indiana Mrs. Sidney A. Sparks, Deltasig Friend TRUSTEE SOCIETY $5,000-$9,999 in contributions during 2010-2011 Jennifer R. Aichele (6), Cal State-Sacramento Gregory J. and Katie I. Koch (14), Missouri State/ Eastern Illinois

Trustee Emeritus J. Barrett Carter joined 35 other brothers as members of the 10K Club.

10K Club Members As of 8/17/11

The Leadership Foundation Board of Trustees developed the 10K Club to better secure the next 100 years of Delta Sigma Pi. Individuals giving at least $10,000 in unrestricted gifts to the Leadership Foundation between July 1, 2003 and June 30, 2012 will earn membership. All gifts that counted toward the 2007 Centennial Society also count toward becoming a member of the 10K Club. Those who joined at or before the 2007 Centennial Grand Chapter Congress are known as 10K Club Centennial Founders (noted with ©) and received special benefits. Those joining now are known as 10K Club Members. Each member will receive a 10K pin, special recognition at National Events, a certificate and their name engraved on a plaque to be displayed at the Central Office. Jennifer R. Aichele, Cal State-Sacramento Thomas Arnold, Miami-Florida Jeffrey D. Berlat, Houston T. Joelle Berlat, Houston Peter G. Bjelan, DePaul J. Barrett Carter, Georgia State Evelyn Carter, Deltasig Friend Mark A. Chiacchiari, Pennsylvania Mitchell A. Epstein, Florida Stefanie K. Frank (wife of Clarence “Red” Frank, Detroit) © Timothy D. Gover, Southern Methodist © Shanda R. Gray, Missouri State E. Robert Hautzenroeder, Colorado-Boulder Gregary W. Howell, Pacific © Laura L. Howell, Nevada-Las Vegas © Randy L. Hultz, Truman State © Kyle E. Junk, Penn State-Erie Gregory Koch, Missouri State © 26

Katie I. Koch, Eastern Illinois © Norman Kromberg, Nebraska-Lincoln © Susan S. Lackey, Our Lady of Holy Cross Gilbert L. Landras, Houston Joseph M. Mayne, St. Cloud State Tracey Florio Moss, Houston Corey D. Polton, Cal State-Fullerton © John D. Richardson, Arizona State © Claire Sammon Roberts, San Francisco State © Mark A. Roberts, San Francisco © William C. Schilling, Nebraska-Lincoln Sandra L. Shoemaker, Missouri State © Ruth “Buttercup” Sparks (wife of Sidney A. Sparks, Texas-Austin) Eddie E. Stephens III, Miami-Florida © Philip H. Turnquist, Indiana State © Joseph T. Ward, Lewis © James “Duckie” Webb, Houston © Derry Robson Webb, Houston


CROWN & DELTA SOCIETY $2,500-$4,999 in contributions during 2010-2011 Jeffrey D. and T. Joelle Berlat (16), Houston (both) Mark A. and Michelle Chiacchiari (15), Pennsylvania/ Boston Alumni Fred Diamond, Florida Kyle E. Junk (2), Penn State-Erie North Central Province (7) Northeastern Province James F. Pendergrass (25), Southern Mississippi Pi Chapter (2), Georgia William C. Schilling (17), Nebraska-Lincoln Vincent and Sandra L. Shoemaker (10), Northern Colorado/Missouri State South Central Province Southern Province 1907 SOCIETY $1,000-$2,499 in contributions during 2010-2011 Thomas E. Arnold (16), Miami-Florida Timothy J. Augustine (3), Kent State Peter G. Bjelan (14), DePaul Russell E. Brown (37), Arizona State Evelyn Carter (7), Deltasig Friend Eddy Chiochetti (4), Kent State Daniel J. Collins (5), Massachusetts-Boston Becky A. Gradl (8), Valparaiso Shanda R. Gray (16), Missouri State Shawn and Jeanne K. Gregory (18), Tampa (both) Gerald E. Hotwagner (7), Oklahoma State W. R. Howell (5), Oklahoma Randy L. Hultz (22), Truman State Ruben C. Johnston, Nevada-Las Vegas Stacy Jordan (15), Georgia Southern Darin D. Katzberg (9), Nebraska-Lincoln Brian L. Keck, Deltasig Friend Brian P. and Amelia B. Krippner (22), Truman State (both) Norman Kromberg (20), Nebraska-Lincoln Susan S. Lackey (6), Our Lady of Holy Cross Joseph M. Mayne (14), St. Cloud State William H. McGowan (6), Cal State-Sacramento Phi Chapter, Southern California Mark A. and Claire Sammon Roberts (21), San Francisco/San Francisco State Gus W. and Lisa B. Schram (4), McNeese State (both) Teresa L. Schudrowitz (15), St. Ambrose Mitchell B. and Velvet A. Simmons (17), Southern Mississippi/Louisiana at Monroe Eddie E. Stephens III (16), Miami-Florida Christopher L. Sweet (2), Central Florida Brandon D. and Mollie M. Trease (14), Wayne State-Nebraska (both) Joseph T. and Kimberly A. Ward (13), Lewis (both) John A. Watton (6), Florida Atlantic

FOUNDATION SOCIETY $100-$499 in contributions during 2010-2011 Thomas C. Abisalih (4), Suffolk Brian K. Adams (3), Northern Colorado Eduardo Aguirre, Jr., Louisiana State Joyce Gay Albright (5), Missouri State Linda Alcheh-Kaplan (4), Arizona Kevin A. Aldridge (4), Minnesota State Musanna Al-Muntasir, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Alpha Omicron Chapter, Ohio Alpha Upsilon Chapter, Miami-Ohio Michael Amalfitano (2), Deltasig Friend Elaine R. Anderson (4), Wisconsin-La Crosse Christopher W. Anderson, Winona State Adam M. Angstadt (2), Arizona State John Areola, Deltasig Friend Thomas M. Arnott, Rider Carl E. Aronson, Wayne State-Detroit Ashok Arora (20), Central Florida

Leadership Foundation Board of Trustees For contact information, visit Chairman & President Brandon Trease, Wayne State-Nebraska Strategic Sales Specialist, Fiserv Vice Chairman Brian P. Krippner, Truman State Vice President/Regional Manager, UMB Bank Jennifer Aichele, Cal State-Sacramento Consulting, Ravix Group Jeff Berlat, Houston Treasury Analyst, Bracewell & Giuliani Pete Bjelan, DePaul Director - Network Operations, AT&T Global Trustee Lisa Schram volunteers at the Leadership Foundation table during Saturday’s reception at GCC, which included donor recognition and silent and live auctions. Bruce J. Auten (5), Michigan State Carol Casper (2), Nebraska-Omaha Philip D. Babin (2), Christian Brothers Amy Backus, South Carolina Lori Lucas Barbara (3), Baylor Stacey A. Bartz (3), Wisconsin-La Crosse Leonard A. Bedell (3), Texas A&M-Kingsville Leonard F. Bednarski (8), Rutgers-Newark William E. Beye (6), Florida Southern Robert R. Bird (3), South Carolina Beth A. Bivona, Buffalo Jeffrey A. Blanchard (2), Kennesaw State Nelson C. Block, Northwestern-Evanston Patrick A. Bonfrisco (2), Cal State-Fullerton Shane T. Borden (6), Central Florida Boston Alumni Chapter Marc T. and Kristine Bowman (21), Nebraska-Lincoln (both) James E. Boyd, Shepherd Kristen Bramlitt, Christian Brothers Charles F. Brandon (2), Florida Atlantic Burton B. Bridges (2), Christian Brothers Jeffrey C. and Judith Jaspers Briggs (2), Miami-Ohio/ South Dakota Kayla Brizo, Binghamton Matthew A. Brooks, Minnesota State William G. Buck (7), Florida Southern Katherine N. Buck (3), Baylor Romulo Buen, Christian Brothers Robert B. Bulla (14), Arizona State Carrie Sagel Burns (7), Mercer Jessica G. Butchko (2), New Mexico State Ronald Butler, Deltasig Friend Michelle J. Cain (6), Troy Jason P. Campagna (2), Our Lady of Holy Cross C. Rene Capron, Oklahoma State John E. Carbonneau, Longwood Paul Carpinella (6), Bentley Anthony Carr (2), Deltasig Friend Amanda Carroll, Bellarmine Charles T. Carter, Jr. (4), Johns Hopkins Debra K. Cartwright, Truman State (continued on page 28)

Mark Chiacchiari, Pennsylvania IT Manager, Progressive Insurance Rich Garber, Indiana-Bloomington Business Development Manager, FLEXcon Co., Inc. Jerry Hotwagner, Oklahoma State Vice President-Finance, Bio Tech, Inc. Greg Koch, Missouri State President/Owner, RE/MAX Gold

Honor Roll of Donors 2010 – 2011

LEADERSHIP SOCIETY $500-$999 in contributions during 2010-2011 Atlanta Alumni Chapter (8) Paul S. Augustyniak (2), Eastern Illinois Tamara Baker, Houston Laura B. Bittner (4), Connecticut Jeremy Bloch (7), Rider Amy L. Briggs (7), Minnesota State Paul G. Brodie (2), Texas-Arlington Charles and Lisa Brown (8), San Diego/ Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo Thomas and Elizabeth Calloway (10), Penn State-Erie/ Penn State-State College J. Barrett and Kimberly W. Carter (14), Georgia State/ Clemson William C. Clark III (11), Louisiana Tech Allan E. Davis (17), Kansas Wesley C. Dunlap (4), Temple David E. Elting (2), West Florida Richard M. Garber (23), Indiana-Bloomington Joshua H. Goza, Pennsylvania Clifford S. “Sparky” Graves (15), Penn State-Erie Aaron P. Gross (2), Pittsburgh Gregary W. and Laura Howell (15), Pacific/ Nevada-Las Vegas Gerard A. Imbert, Wayne State-Detroit Robert J. Kamerschen (3), Miami-Ohio Kappa Tau Chapter, Clemson Darrell E. Keller (3), San Diego State Millard B. Kelley (3), Kent State Robert L. Kemp (5), Marquette Peter J. LaCava (10), Bentley Michelle L. Mahoney (12), Indiana-Purdue at Fort Wayne Crystal A. Martin (6), Nevada-Reno Kent E. Mattson (8), Nebraska-Lincoln Henry K. and Kristen Bray McDaniel (8), Missouri-Kansas City/Central Missouri Bryan M. McMillan (9), Johns Hopkins Kelly J. Menke (8), Houston Tracey Florio Moss (6), Houston Patricia M. Grube Powers, Cal State-Chico Kelly J. Rabin (9), Drake Jeffrey W. Rodine (4), Western State-Colorado Darrell A. Sawyer (2), Arizona State Corinne L. Schilberg (8), Penn State-Erie John J. Sonday (7), Lewis Michael S. Southard, Tampa William F. Stebelski (6), Cal State-Sacramento Vicki R. Howard Taylor (3), Central Missouri Howard J. Udell (3), Penn State-State College Lawrence Van Quathem (9), Arizona Kevin B. Ward (7), Louisiana at Lafayette James A. “Duckie” and Derry R. Webb (15), Houston (both) Western Province (5) Patricia C. Williams, Baylor Alan H. Yamamoto (3), California-Berkeley

Kathy Jahnke, Northern Illinois Customer Service Manager, Printing Arts Corey Polton, Cal State-Fullerton Account Manager, Dr. Pepper Snapple Group Claire Sammon Roberts, San Francisco State SVP - Operations & Risk Management, ZipZap, Inc. Lisa Schram, McNeese State Retired Mitch Simmons, Southern Mississippi Agent, Georgia Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Joe Ward, Lewis Chief Financial Officer, Hawkinson Nissan & Kia Non-voting Trustees / Staff Shanda Gray, Missouri State Trustee/Executive Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer of the Leadership Foundation Bill Schilling, Nebraska-Lincoln Trustee/Executive Director, Delta Sigma Pi Fraternity



Delta Sigma Pi Leadership Foundation

Where Do Your Annual Fund Donations Go? Donating to the Delta Sigma Pi Leadership Foundation Annual Fund – the cornerstone of giving to the Foundation – is a great way to support the many educational and leadership programs provided for undergraduate and alumni members. The Board of Trustees approves educational programming grants every year to further expand and support vital programs like LEAD, LeaderShape®, Collegian of the Year (COY), Grand Chapter Congress, Educational and Leadership

LEAD Provincial Conference Educational Programming/ Development $17,500

Consultant program, chapter scholarship keys and more. Each year the Fraternity must submit a written grant request for educational programming to be considered and approved by the Leadership Foundation Board of Trustees. These much needed funds help ensure that quality educational opportunities for our undergraduate and alumni members will continue to be provided at a lower cost to them. Annual Fund contributions are instrumental for the Leadership Foundation to provide this annual support to the Fraternity, and directly support the Leadership Foundation’s mission statement. Here is a breakdown of educational programming grants paid during the 2010-11 fiscal year:

LEAD Educational LeaderShape® Volunteer Alumni and Regional School and Leadership $6,000 Leadership Volunteer COY Badge Educational Consultants Training Professional Program Programming/ $6,000 (National Development/ $2,500 Curriculum Retreat) Programming Development $3,000 $6,000 $12,000

Scholarship Key Program $1,500

WHERE DID THE MONEY COME FROM? 48% 25% 18% 5% 4%

Direct Mail/Phone Campaign Gifts.............................. $ 149,035 Investments/Management Fees.................................. $ 77,507 Gifts Given at Events.................................................. $ 55,865 Major Gifts ($5,000 and above)................................. $ 15,000 Corporate/Matching Gifts........................................... $ 12,501

Total Revenues................................ $


WHERE DID THE MONEY GO? 41% Scholarship and Educational Support .......................... $ 124,173 $63,338 - Educational Support (LEAD, GCC, LeaderShape®) $60,835 - Scholarships/Grants for Individuals/Chapters 33% Management/Professional Fees.................................. $ 98,992 26% Fundraising................................................................ $ 78,415


Total Expenses................................ $



(Foundation Society continued from page 27) Peter Chamberlain (4), Oklahoma Duane Chaon, Deltasig Friend George W. Charlson (6), Oklahoma State Dale M. Clark, Longwood Herman E. Clark, Florida State John R. Clarke, South Carolina David D. Clawson, Indiana-Purdue at Fort Wayne Jack R. Clifford, Nevada-Reno Tony Coe (2), Cal State Poly-Pomona Marc H. and Anne P. Cohen (2), Philadelphia/ Georgia College and State John H. and June V. Cookson (16), Detroit/ Virginia Commonwealth Jeffrey J. Cordes (7), Minnesota-Minneapolis Jeffrey J. and Amy K. Corrigan (2), Georgia State/ Eastern Illinois Mary Moon Cox (2), North Florida J. Dean Craig (2), Texas-Arlington Justin M. Cranmer (7), Arizona Alan B. Crouse (12), Redlands Andrea H. Cruz, Houston Charles B. Daly (2), North Carolina-Chapel Hill Thomas W. Dana III, North Carolina-Chapel Hill L. Robert Dapper (5), Penn State-State College Daniel L. Davies (8), Tulsa Donald R. Davies (11), Rider Jeffrey A. Davis, Howard Michael C. Day, Deltasig Friend Kathleen M. Del Santo, Illinois State Joe D. Delgado (4), St. Edward’s Laura A. Delmendo, Cal State-Sacramento Delta Pi Chapter (2), Nevada-Reno Albert S. Dillon, Jr. (25), North Carolina-Chapel Hill Sarah Anne DiPietro (4), Central Florida Krisinda J. Doherty (2), Illinois Stephen Dominy, Mercer Nicholas Dorozinsky (2), Rider Theodore Dragich (5), Johns Hopkins C. Robert Drake, Miami-Florida Karon S. Drewniak (15), Georgia Brian Robert Duclos (2), Valparaiso Dennis T. Edmon (6), Southeastern Louisiana Brittany M. Edwards, Valparaiso Coolidge A. Eichelberger, Jr. (2), Penn State-State College Wendy L. Eilers (3), Eastern Illinois Alan I. Elkin (3), Colorado-Boulder Los Ellis, Oklahoma Lori Spraitzer Enochian (4), Akron Epsilon Zeta Chapter, Midwestern State W. Rufus Estis (2), Louisiana Tech Richard F. Ewers (2), Texas A&M-College Station Aimee Falgout, Loyola-New Orleans Saira Fatehi, Houston Richard B. Featherston (2), North Carolina-Chapel Hill Alexi J. Federovitch, Houston C. Dean and Heather Bailey Ferguson (4), Georgia State/Tampa Daniel H. Field (2), Minnesota State Elizabeth A. Flood, South Carolina David and Kerry Davis Florell (2), Nebraska-Omaha/Drake Richard K. Flynn (2), Missouri-St. Louis John W. Fox, North Carolina-Chapel Hill Marc and Marilyn Franson (27), Drake/ Loyola-New Orleans Clifford L. Franz, Cal State-Chico Michael L. Freiman (2), Temple Courtney L. Fujara (2), San Diego Mark A. Fusler, Arizona Rene Hays-Gallegos (8), Western State (CO) R. Aaron Galloway, Baylor Christian W. Galoci (15), Longwood Harry T. Gamble, Rider Ben F. Garfunkel, Binghamton John A. Garstka (6), Loyola-Marymount Molly A. Gatrell, St. Thomas

Steven R. Germaine (5), Connecticut Bernard R. Gervais (2), Oklahoma State Joda L. Gibson (18), Illinois Arthur J. Giomi (3), Cal State-Chico Albert R. Glover, Johns Hopkins Bryon W. Goguen, Bentley Gabriel Gonzales (2), Texas A&M-Kingsville J. Thomas Gooding, North Carolina-Chapel Hill Timothy D. Gover (3), Southern Methodist Christina L. Griffin, Indiana State Claude H. Grizzard (23), Florida State Connie J. Groer (4), Frostburg State David M. Grubb (15), Akron James E. Haas (22), Detroit Calvin R. Hagins (4), South Florida-Tampa Bryan G. Hall, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Michael W. Halloran, Florida State Andrew D. Hamilton, Houston Ronald J. Hankamer, Jr. (20), Texas Christian Martin F. Harms, Missouri-St. Louis John R. Harvey, Connecticut James Harvey, Johns Hopkins Susan E. Hausman, Cal State-Northridge E. Robert Hautzenroeder (3), Colorado-Boulder Charles A. Hazday (3), Miami-Florida Charles F. Heard, Jr. (4), New York Ben H. and Michele Martin Henke (2), Missouri State/ Truman State Charles J. Henkel, St. Cloud State David A. Hennel (2), Bentley (continued on page 30)

Trustee Emeritus Mark Roberts and Allan Schuster, Texas-Arlington, volunteer at the LF Table during GCC.

Living Legacy Society (as of 8/22/11)

William E. Beatty, Rochester Tech Jeffrey D. Berlat, Houston T. Joelle Berlat, Houston Shannon Marie Berry, East Tennessee State Peter G. Bjelan, DePaul *Frederick J. Bohling, Marquette Shane T. Borden, Central Florida Sean T. Boyd, George Mason Michael Z. Brenan, Miami-Florida Paul G. Brodie, Texas-Arlington Ann Wilson Brown, Nebraska-Omaha Charles J. Brown, San Diego Lisa N. Brown, Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo Russell E. Brown, Arizona State Robert G. Busse, Rutgers-Newark J. Barrett Carter, Georgia State Mark A. Chiacchiari, Pennsylvania Michelle L. Chiacchiari, Boston Alumni Anna M. Clark, New Mexico R. Benjamin Collum, Phoenix-Thunderbird Alumni Fred Diamond, Florida Scott J. Dinius, Indiana-Purdue at Ft. Wayne C. Robert Drake, Miami-Florida Theresa J. Drew, Northern Arizona Mitchell A. Epstein, Florida Richard B. Featherston, North Carolina-Chapel Hill Heather A. Bailey Ferguson, Tampa David L. Glanzrock, Arizona State Clifford S. Graves, Penn State-Erie

Shanda R. Gray, Missouri State John V. Henik, Indiana Northwest Ronald C. Higgins, Truman State Gregary W. Howell, Pacific Randy L. Hultz, Truman State Kyle E. Junk, Penn State-Erie Haili A. Kamahele, Cal State-Sacramento Aimee S. King, Colorado-Colorado Springs Dawn N. Klinger, Central Missouri Gregory J. Koch, Missouri State Katie I. Koch, Eastern Illinois Brian P. Krippner, Truman State Kim A. Kromberg, Nebraska-Lincoln Norman Kromberg, Nebraska-Lincoln Daryl T. Logullo, Florida State Michael R. Mallonee, Oklahoma Henry K. McDaniel, Missouri-Kansas City Kristen Bray McDaniel, Central Missouri Todd S. McDowell, Missouri State Catherine M. Merdian, North Texas *R. Nelson Mitchell, Johns Hopkins Claire D. Moomjian, Akron Denita J. Morin, Georgia State Joan L. Nason, Bowling Green State Charles L. Nilsen, Akron Kenichi E. Nishikawa, San Jose State Richard J. Parnitzke, Buffalo Corey D. Polton, Cal State-Fullerton Sharlene Reyes, Cal State-Northridge

Honor Roll of Donors 2010 – 2011

The Living Legacy Society is a planned giving program recognizing those investing in Deltasig’s future in a special way. Through their planned gifts, these individuals help ensure a Delta Sigma Pi legacy of future generations of business leaders. You can join the Living Legacy Society by making a provision in your will or trust, or by naming the Leadership Foundation as a life insurance beneficiary. The Leadership Foundation salutes the following who have made a special investment in the future by joining the Living Legacy Society. In the case of those brothers marked as deceased, the Foundation already has received a bequest. John D. Richardson, Arizona State Claire Sammon Roberts, San Francisco State Mark A. Roberts, San Francisco Chris E. Robinett, Nebraska-Lincoln David B. Ross, Florida Atlantic William C. Schilling, Nebraska-Lincoln Lisa B. Schram, McNeese State Allan D. Schuster, Jr., Texas-Arlington Sandra L. Shoemaker, Missouri State Velvet A. Simmons, Louisiana at Monroe *Sidney A. Sparks, Texas-Austin Richard A. “Nick” Steinkrauss, Suffolk Eddie E. Stephens III, Miami-Florida *Charles I. “Buzz” Sutton, Arizona State *Ruth S. “Stonie” Sutton, Arizona State *Victor A. Tabor, Louisiana Tech William W. Tatum, Jr., Southern Mississippi Carla May Tousley, Grand Valley State Philip H. Turnquist, Indiana State Lawrence Van Quathem, Arizona Erica L. Verderico, Kent State John A. Watton, Florida Atlantic James A. “Duckie” Webb, Houston Derry J. Robson Webb, Houston *Lester J. White, New York *Melvin E. Wolfe, Northwestern-Evanston Jeffrey E. Zych, DePaul Anonymous *Denotes Deceased



Delta Sigma Pi Leadership Foundation

Memorial and Honorary Gifts (as of 6/30/2011) Gifts may be made in memory or honor of brothers or friends of Delta Sigma Pi. A letter acknowledging the gift is sent to the honoree, or in the case of a memoriam, it is sent to the family.

In memory of… Verdi Baldassari Elizabeth Jean Guidry Ashley Harrison Gunther Katz Philip J. Konsella Charles R. McKaskle R. Lowman Oglesby James R. Webb

In honor of…

Justin Areola April Arihara Brian S. Bell Bradford J. Brennan Jeffrey Berlat Joelle Berlat Harry and Wendy Braxton Matthew D. Bristol Sergio Camargo Marisa Campbell Bryce Carr Travis D. Chaon Andrew Conachey Fred Diamond Mark E. Dorn Stuart B. Dorsey Amie S. Durfee Stephen Eller Eta Class of Omicron Chi, Frostburg State Matthew M. Figas Anthony Gulino Jeremy A. Heimerl Michael T. Jesionowski Kappa Sigma Chapter Adam C. Keck Ayesha Pervaiz Khawaja


Kelly M. Krull Jennifer P. Lee Erin F. Madden Matt Martinez Phylicia O. McCline Kevin M. McKormack Claire Moomjian Holly G. Mosteller Shane D. Owens Byron E. Pendleton III Adam Peter Nils C. Peterson Ryan L. Rendon Hanna Riedemann Kathleen Ritter Laurie B. Samay Brock R. Schroeder Will A. Sexton Rebecca Shein Sandra L. Shoemaker Jarryd M. Stewart Emily R. Thomas Heather A. Troyer Cassie Tsighis Nicholas M. Vento James A. Webb H. Nicholas Windeshausen


(Foundation Society continued from page 29) Kurt H. Heyn (2), Texas A&M-College Station Howard E. Hight (22), DePaul Joseph M. Hill (24), Texas Tech Frank P. Hodas (4), George Washington Daniel E. Holthaus, Cincinnati William J. Holtz, Iowa Stacy L. Hughes (14), Wayne State-Nebraska John D. Hughes (11), Rutgers Iota Nu Chapter, Truman State Gina M. Irvin (7), Georgia State Thomas J. Jackson (2), Georgia State Jennifer L. Jacobsen, Roger Williams Kathleen M. Jahnke (19), Northern Illinois Jessica Johns (2), Northern Illinois John R. Johnson (2), Kentucky Susan S. Johnson, Maryland Justin P. Johnson, McNeese State Cullen M. Jordan, Cal State-Chico John J. Juat, Loyola-Chicago Sondra K. Jurica, Houston Terri L. Kane (8), Buffalo Grace A. Kangdani (2), Cal State-Fullerton Kappa Chapter, Georgia State Kappa Mu Chapter (2), Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo Kappa Nu Chapter, Longwood Kappa Psi Chapter (2), Bellarmine Joseph J. Kaulaity, Northern Arizona Elizabeth M. Keith (23), Bowling Green State Tracy Kenworthy, Cincinnati Thomas E. Kerwin (3), South Carolina Zaeem A. Khan (8), Florida Atlantic Thomasina M. Kierig, Texas-Arlington Aimee S. King (2), Colorado at Colorado Springs Luis F. Kingsbury, Penn State-Erie Daniel B. Kiss, DePaul Anthony Kit, Northwestern-Chicago William A. Klemm, Missouri State Erik G. Konicki, Houston Patricia A. Kowalczewski (2), Truman State Jason C. Kraus (2), Cincinnati Loraine E. Kukasch (7), Clemson Kathryn M. Kurth (9), Illinois State William Kwan, Binghamton Lambda Chapter (4), Pittsburgh Lambda Chi Chapter, California-Riverside Lambda Pi Chapter (2), San Diego Lambda Sigma Chapter (3), Cal State-Fullerton Lambda Xi Chapter, Grand Valley State Deborah J. Lang, Bentley Wayne Lauer and Suzanne Swire, Penn State-Erie/Cincinnati Linda Lawson (2), Redlands Maris E. LeBlanc, Louisiana State Sherwin Kin Yon Lee, San Jose State James Lee, Deltasig Friend Samuel G. Leftwich, Jr. (2), Nebraska-Omaha Mark L. Leiserowitz, Iowa Darren J. and Kara Hoover Lenox (6), DePaul/Ball State Kenneth R. Leombruno, Arizona State Shawn L. Leven, Missouri State Jeremy Levine, Albion Ronald J. Levy (2), Tulane Garrett Lew, Cal State-East Bay Josh Liller (2), George Mason H. Ogden Lilly (5), Santa Clara Michelle Lindahl, St. Cloud State James C. Livingston (5), Indiana-Purdue at Indianapolis Sharon C. L. Lloyd, Houston Elizabeth M. Losik (17), Baker Robert S. Love (5), Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo Christopher E. Lozano, San Jose State Larry A. and Jill S. Lunsford (22), Truman State/Central Missouri Jeanette Luu, Georgia State

Martin R. Luxeder (5), Akron W. Scott Madden (2), Clemson Michael R. Mallonee (26), Oklahoma Jeffrey S. Manor, Deltasig Friend Anthony R. Marcum, St. Edward’s Herbert E. Marth, Buffalo John A. Martin, Bowling Green State Jayson E. Massey (2), Temple Carolyn A. Massiah (6), New Mexico Keith N. Masuda (16), Wisconsin-Whitewater Nicole Maynard (2), Colorado at Colorado Springs Patrick D. Mazur (7), Penn State-Erie David M. Mazur, Penn State-Erie James R. McCord, Indiana-Purdue at Indianapolis Jennifer Kimpflein McGill (2), Bellarmine Andrea M. McKeag, Western Illinois Robert W. McKnight (3), Iowa Donald McLean (12), Loyola-Chicago

Chairman Brandon Trease presented Susan Lackey, Our Lady of Holy Cross, with the Entrepreneur award for lifetime giving greater than $10,000. She also became a member of the 10K Club and was recognized for her generosity at GCC.

Chairman Brandon Trease presented the Entrepreneur award to Kyle Junk, Penn State-Erie, during GCC. Junk was also recognized for recently achieving membership in the 10K Club.

Cameron and Cindy Collum McSpadden, Angelo State/ Texas-Arlington James D. Mendelsohn (5), Pennsylvania Frank A. Mikorski (2), Rutgers-Newark Allyson J. Miller, Kent State Sheri C. Ikeda Minamide (2), Cal State-Fresno Mary L. Miracle, Cincinnati Tina Mistry, Cal State-Fresno Claire D. Moomjian, Akron Mona M. Moon (2), North Carolina-Chapel Hill Paul H. Moon, San Diego Michael D. Moore (15), Angelo State

Yvonne Morales, Adelphi Denita J. Morin (2), Georgia State Alan J. Movall (4), Wayne State-Nebraska Laurence J. Mroz (4), Penn State-Erie Laura A. Mullen (2), Texas A&M-College Station Felix F. Munoz, Cal State-Northridge John A. Murphy (8), Rutgers-Newark Venkataramana K. Murty (2), Bentley Susan K. Mutin (13), Indiana State Joan Maag Nason (21), Bowling Green State Tyrone Newsome (2), Lewis Wendy L. Niebank (6), Pacific

Leon S. and Gail B. Niles (2), Rochester Tech/Buffalo Noel Niles (2), Albion Michael C. Noon (3), Northern Colorado Brandee Norris (2), Ohio Dominican Nu Tau Chapter, St. Thomas Nu Xi Chapter, Missouri-Kansas City Sheila A. Oetker (13), Truman State Joyce D. Orr (7), Connecticut Robert A. Ortner (7), Cincinnati Kathryn Ouaknine, Cal State-Long Beach Richard Ouellette, Florida State Michael Parikh, Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo (continued on page 33)

2011 Scholarship Recipients Each year the Leadership Foundation awards over 40 academic scholarships and fellowships, in addition to scholarships awarded to the National, Provincial and Regional Collegians of the Year. All of these financial awards are made possible through endowed funds. Applications are due by June 15 of each year, and are available at by February 15. Award amounts this year range from approximately $300 to upwards of $4200 per scholarship. Listed below are the scholarship/fellowship recipients for 2011. Beta Psi Chapter-R. Alan Ferrington (Tabor) KeaJuantra Brisker, Louisiana Tech Central Region-Jeffrey L. Philippi (Tabor) Bridget McIntyre, Illinois Chicago Alumni Chapter-Thomas Mocella Jonathan Friedman, Northwestern-Evanston Denver Alumni Chapter—2011 Award in Memory of Philip Konsella Kelsey Gore, Denver Epsilon Phi-Nic Windeshausen Julie Saeteurn, Cal State-Sacramento Gulf South Region-Frank M. Busch (Tabor) Brittany Hebert, McNeese State Gulf Western Region (Tabor) Renee Canales, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Gulf Western Region/Space City Houston Renee Canales, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi Iota Nu Chapter Kirsten Vollmer, Truman State Kappa Chapter/Daniel E. Plaster Ashley Washington, Georgia State Kappa Upsilon-Ann Marie Janes Memorial Kayla Anderson, Winona State Georgia/Southeastern Region/Bob and Dorothy Busse Lauren Buchheit, Georgia

Skip and Lois Loomis Western Province Alyssa Chen, Denver Alfred Moroni/Epsilon Psi Chapter Gina Bui, Christian Brothers Mu Tau Chapter-Brian Bell Farihah Kuraishi, George Mason New England Chapters/Francis and Margaret Steinkrauss Ricardo Hernandez, Connecticut North Central Province Taylor “Cody” Candee, WisconsinMadison Nu Sigma Chapter Christine Durnin, Roger Williams John D. Richardson/Gamma Omega Chapter Devin Strang, Arizona State South Pacific Region Louise Santos, Loyola-Marymount St. Louis Alumni Chapter/Stephanie DeGuire Memorial Cole Donelson, Missouri-Columbia Dr. Philip H. Turnquist Southern Province Shannon Nurse, Miami-Florida Tampa Bay Area Amanda Tappan, South Florida

Honor Roll of Donors 2010 – 2011

General Undergrad Scholarships Taylor “Cody” Candee, WisconsinMadison Alyssa Chen, Denver Terry Clemons, Florida State Cole Donelson, Missouri-Columbia Ricardo Hernandez, Texas-San Antonioa Shannon Nurse, Miami-Florida Enkhtaivan Oyunbazar, St. Peter’s Brittany Robinson, Mercer Wolfe Scholarships Brooke Mulkins, Duquesne Samantha Stevens, Evansville Graduate Study Fellowship Stephanie Adams, George Washington Ashley Henry, Drake Noel Niles, Albion Jason Sumi, Cal State-Sacramento Beta Chapter Zachary Gietl, Washington-St. Louis Beta Chapter-Robert A. Mocella Ashley Carrel, Central Florida Beta Chapter-James D. Thomson Emily Halstead, Mercer Beta Chapter-Robert O. Lewis Richard Brandt, Tampa Beta Gamma Chapter Laura Moreno, Angelo State Beta Psi Chapter-Joey Robinson and David Gloer Jessica Gordon, Louisiana Tech

The Delta Sigma Pi Leadership Foundation Trustees thank the following committee members who devoted many hours reviewing and selecting the scholarship/fellowship recipients: John D. Richardson, Arizona State, who served as chair; Frank Busch, Sam Houston State; Heather Ferguson, Tampa; Don Fitzgerald, Missouri-Columbia; Kyle Junk, Penn State-Erie; Katie Koch, Eastern Illinois; Claire Moomjian, Akron; Kathy Lazo-Thompson, New York; Corey Polton, Cal State-Fullerton; Nick Steinkrauss, Suffolk; Eddie Stephens, Miami-Florida; Kim Ward, Lewis; Derry Webb, Houston. Thank you to James “Duckie” Webb, Houston, for his online development and ongoing support. Visit next year to apply for 2012 scholarship opportunities.



Delta Sigma Pi Leadership Foundation

Endowed/Named Funds for Educational Scholarships and Grants A gift to establish a named/endowment fund demonstrates your farsighted commitment to the development of future business leaders. An endowment fund is maintained in perpetuity, with a portion of the annual investment return to be used for the charitable purposes you specify. Such an endowment, which typically bears the name of the donor or donors, reflects your interests and serves as an enduring testament to your generosity. A minimum initial gift of $2,000 is required to start a fund. The fund is permanently endowed when at least $20,000 has been contributed within six years.* The fund then begins to generate annual scholarships and/or grants. A fund may be designated to provide scholarships for members from a particular chapter or group of chapters or based on other criteria. Similarly, a fund may be designated to generate grants for an educational program that has special meaning to the donor. A Gift Agreement between the donor and the Leadership Foundation sets forth the purpose of the fund and how scholarships or grants will be distributed. For more details, or to start a named/endowed fund, contact the Leadership Foundation at or 513-523-1907 x237.

Currently Endowed Funds

Alfred Moroni/Epsilon Psi Scholarship Alpha Delta/Lincoln-Greater Nebraska Scholarship Alpha Theta Chapter Fund Beta Chapter Scholarship Beta Chapter-Robert Lewis Scholarship Beta Chapter-Robert Mocella Scholarship Beta Chapter-James Thomson Scholarship Beta Gamma Scholarship Beta Psi Scholarship Bob and Dorothy Busse Scholarship Chicago Alumni Chapter/Thomas M. Mocella Scholarship Chicago Alumni Chapter/H.G. “Gig” Wright Graduate Fellowship Denver Alumni Chapter Scholarship Randy L. Hultz Leadership Fund Iota Nu Chapter Scholarship Kathy Jahnke Volunteer Leadership Educational Fund Kappa Upsilon Chapter – Ann Marie Janes Memorial Scholarship

Clyde Kitchens/Thoben Elrod Scholarship Norman Kromberg Leadership Fund North Central Province Scholarship Mu Tau Chapter – Brian Bell Scholarship Nu Sigma Scholarship Daniel Edwin Plaster/Kappa Chapter John D. Richardson/Gamma Omega Scholarship Skip and Lois Loomis Western Province Scholarship South Pacific Region Scholarship Space City Houston Alumni Chapter Scholarship Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Sparks Fund Francis and Margaret Steinkrauss Fund St. Louis Alumni Chapter/Stephanie DeGuire Scholarship Eddie Stephens South Florida Leadership Fund Dr. Philip H. Turnquist Southern Province Scholarship Tampa Bay Alumni Chapter Scholarship Victor A. Tabor Fund H. Nicholas Windeshausen/Epsilon Phi Scholarship Melvin Wolfe Fund

Grand President’s Circle The Grand President’s Circle is open to collegiate members attending a provincial or national leadership event who, as of July 1, 2011, donate at least $20 to the Leadership Foundation and commit to serve the Fraternity after graduation. Members also pledge to contribute at least $20 per year to the Leadership Foundation during their remaining undergraduate years and at least $120 per year thereafter. During the past year, more than 425 brothers joined the Grand President’s Circle, bringing the total membership to more than 6,000 brothers! To review a complete list of all Grand President’s Circle members, visit www., click on Leadership Foundation, Giving Programs and then Grand President’s Circle. You can also visit this site for more information about this program and all programs offered by the Delta Sigma Pi Leadership Foundation. 32


Funds Building Toward Endowment:

Grand President’s Circle Scholarship Kappa Lambda Chapter Leadership Fund Pi Chapter Scholarship Pi Chapter Justin Elliott Memorial Scholarship Phi Chapter Scholarship and Grant Fund Michael R. Mallonee—“Where Leadership Begins” Fund Mitchell B. Simmons Fund Northeastern Province Scholarship Southern Province Ashley Harrison Memorial Scholarship Xi Phi Scholarship To make a gift toward any of these named/ endowment funds, you may give online at – just note to which fund you wish to contribute, or call the Leadership Foundation at 513-523-1907 for assistance. Note that gifts restricted to a named/endowment fund must be a minimum of $100 and do not count toward 10K Club membership. *Endowment programs terms as of August 2008. Subject to change.

DELTASIGnificants David A. Straz, Jr. (3), Marquette Laura Strobel, Texas-Arlington Joseph P. Strumolo, Roger Williams Robert T. Swanson, Ohio Clinton P. Taffe (4), West Florida John B. Talbert, Jr. (5), North Carolina-Chapel Hill Denise L. Talley, Central Missouri Alice B. Tang, San Jose State Dominic A. Tarantino (2), San Francisco Jenny Terbrock, Christian Brothers Jamie M. Terry, Howard Christopher L. and Kathleen Lazo-Thompson (2), George Mason/New York Laura E. Thompson (3), Oklahoma James A. Tichenor (4), Truman State Roger M. Tienken, National Honorary Member Troy Timmer, George Washington Jeanna M. Tipton (4), Cincinnati Alumni Michael G. Tomeczko (2), St. Ambrose Carla May Tousley (18), Grand Valley State Jay T. Tracy (2), Roger Williams Robert H. Traylor, George Mason Heather A. Troyer (5), Washington-St. Louis John T. Tucker, Ithaca Jennifer L. VanDyke (8), Grand Valley State William C. Vernon, Arizona State Sean M. Vineyard, Radford Michael A. Vitale (2), Rider Felicia A. Waage (2), Christian Brothers Jan L. Wade, Indiana-Purdue at Fort Wayne Kayla J. Wamberg, Wayne State-Nebraska Paul E. Way (2), Minnesota-Minneapolis Stephanie L. Webb (4), Mercer Kevin R. Weber (6), Missouri-St. Louis Alton L. Weekley, Loyola-New Orleans Kenneth E. Wertz (3), Kent State Darrick L. Williams (3), South Carolina Kevin M. Williams, Clemson Laura L. Wills (2), San Francisco State Kelly A. Wilson, Tennessee Robert J. Wilson (8), Louisiana State Trevor J. Wilson (4), Cal State-Chico Lowell G. Winkler (2), Southern Methodist Janene A. Winton (2), Central Florida James A. Woerdeman (11), Iowa State Steven B.W. Wolitzer (14), New York Christopher Wong, California-Davis Amanda G. Wood (3), North Texas

M. Elizabeth Woodard, Clemson Noel S. Yapsuga, Temple David A. Young (2), Kent State Paige Zapfe, Deltasig Friend Zeta Eta Chapter (2), St. Peter’s Zeta Tau Chapter, Cal State-East Bay Cheryl M. Zink (4), Truman State Jan P. Zonnenberg (3), Georgia Rodney G. Zwygart (4), Nebraska-Lincoln

Midwestern RVP Henry McDaniel had the winning bid for the custom Delta Sigma Pi Louisville Slugger bat during the Foundation’s Silent Auction at GCC. Other items included naming rights for the Central Office Driveway, a weekend at the site of the 2013 GCC and more.


Double Your

Honor Roll of Donors 2010 – 2011

(Foundation Society continued from page 31) Katherine Walicki Paulsen, Wisconsin-La Crosse Lance E. Pauly (4), Nevada-Reno Sandra L. Payne, Tampa Carrie Peapples, Massachusetts-Boston James E. Pearman, Jr. (2), Virginia Tech Richard Pearse IV (2), Wisconsin-La Crosse Gary D. Penisten (5), Nebraska-Omaha Bruce D Peterson, Northern Arizona Philadelphia Alumni Chapter Pi Sigma Chapter (3), California-Irvine Edward C. and Ann Marie Pierce (2), Redlands/ San Francisco David M. Piotrowski (6), Texas Christian Christopher C. and Dawn Freed Pitzer (2), Shepherd (both) Jay C. Planalp, Jr. (3), Nebraska-Lincoln Susan A. Plassmeyer (7), Truman State Amy L. Podelco, Longwood Corey D. Polton (11), Cal State-Fullerton John W. Powell (9), Florida Wayne A. Prichard, Truman State Forrest C. Priddy, Jr., Memphis David A. Procaccini (9), Buffalo Michael J. Pruente, Michigan State Shelley M. Pryor (3), Illinois State Shannon E. Pullaro (2), St. Peter’s Bradley K. Quello (3), St. Thomas Austin P. Radus (5), Roger Williams Lynne Rains, Deltasig Friend Lee W. Randall (4), Mississippi Robert J. Redlinger, Iowa Clifford P. Reilly (4), Central Missouri Luis Lopez Rendon, Deltasig Friend Leeann H. Repta, Loyola-Chicago John D. Richardson (14), Arizona State Malia S. Richmond (4), Troy John D. Ridgeway, DePaul Stephanie L. Ritter, Winona State Chris E. Robinett (20), Nebraska-Lincoln Renee A. Robinson (4), North Carolina-Greensboro Michael A. Romano (4), West Liberty State Rene A. Romero (6), San Diego State Sean Rosney, Siena David B. Ross (6), Florida Atlantic Lesley A. Ross, Connecticut Stanley W. Rupnow (4), Ball State Michelle S. Russell (2), Florida David A. Ruth, Drake Richard H. Sargavy (5), Rutgers-Newark Michael A. Scheidt, Jr. (4), Truman State Angela Schelp, Central Missouri Kristine L. Schmidt, Miami-Florida Carl G. Schneider, Texas-Austin Gregory E. Schnitter, Dayton Jodi L. Schoh (2), Winona State Walter A. Schratz (4), Pittsburgh Allan D. Schuster, Jr. (2), Texas-Arlington Laurie Gail Senko, Arizona State John C. Seramur (4), Marquette Shiloh D. Shannon (4), Angelo State Robert R. Short (2), Arizona State James F. and Rochelle Siegrist (2), Southern California/ Cal State-Long Beach Patricia A. Smith (2), Akron Michael R. Sobol (2), Western Michigan Tony J. Soto, Cal State-Long Beach E. Lance Spruiell, Midwestern State St. Louis Alumni Chapter (6) Donald C. Stading (4), Nebraska-Lincoln Erin Winfrey Stark (4), Truman State Karen M. Stebelski (6), Truman State Richard A. Steinkrauss (4), Suffolk A. Marvin Strait (2), Arizona State Ryan Strand, St. Cloud State Katherine Kessler Stratton, George Mason Jarret M. and Barbara Strawn (2), Tampa/South Florida-Tampa


Over 9,000 corporations and businesses in the United States recognize the need and provide support for scholarship and education through individual matching gift programs. Gifts are often matched at a dollar-fordollar rate; however, some companies offer programs which double, triple and in some cases quadruple gifts. Check with your company’s human resources department for more information and contact the Delta Sigma Pi Leadership Foundation to get your matching gifts underway. Will your company match your gift to the Delta Sigma Pi Leadership Foundation? These companies did in 2010-2011… Amsted Industries, Inc. Chevron Humankind E.I.F. Entertainment Industry Foundation (Disney) Expedia GE Foundation Kraft Foods Foundation

Live Ops Macy’s Foundation McKesson Foundation Pepsico Foundation Progressive Insurance Foundation Tyco Electronics Verizon Foundation




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210 126

857 168






84 961

2,694 2,448







4,054 2,112











2,284 3,223



...Around the World AUSTRALIA . . . . . . . 22 BAHAMAS. . . . . . . . 45 BRAZIL. . . . . . . . . . . 15 CANADA . . . . . . . 168 CHINA . . . . . . . . . . 62 ECUADOR. . . . . . . . 11 FRANCE . . . . . . . . . 29 GERMANY. . . . . . . . 51 GUAM . . . . . . . . . . 15


HONDURAS . . . . . . INDIA. . . . . . . . . . . INDONESIA. . . . . . . JAPAN. . . . . . . . . . . KENYA . . . . . . . . . . MALAYSIA. . . . . . . . MEXICO . . . . . . . . . NETHERLANDS. . . . . NORWAY . . . . . . . .

13 39 25 46 11 50 84 14 20


699 2,344










3,290 3,469



PAKISTAN . . . . . . . . PANAMA. . . . . . . . . PHILIPPINES. . . . . . . PUERTO RICO . . . . . SAUDI ARABIA. . . . . SINGAPORE . . . . . . SOUTH KOREA . . . . SPAIN. . . . . . . . . . . SWEDEN. . . . . . . . .

14 26 23 77 20 29 21 11 11

SWITZERLAND. . . . . . 17 TAIWAN . . . . . . . . . . 15 THAILAND. . . . . . . . . 15 TURKEY. . . . . . . . . . . 13 UNITED ARAB EMIRATES. . . . . . . 14 UNITED KINGDOM . . 90 VENEZUELA. . . . . . . . 13 VIRGIN ISLANDS . . . . 32

By the Numbers

3 ���� Chapter Installations (CUNY-Baruch, Trinity-San Antonio and 32 ���� 36 ���� 50 ���� 56 ���� 59 ���� 81 ���� 91 ���� 104 ���� 114 ����

115 ����

203 ���� 805 ���� 854 ���� 1,797 ����

2,033 ����

2,410 ����

3,465 ����

2,329 ����

5,089 ���� 16,590 ���� 17,311 ���

237,152 ����

California-Santa Barbara) Chapters reaching Chapter of Excellence in CMP Members of the 10K Club (as of September 1) Brothers completing CDL Tier II (as of September 1) Franchised alumni chapters (as of September 1) Chapters reaching Chapter of Recognition in CMP Chapters and colonies registering their Blood Drive events Brothers completing CDL Tier I (as of September 1) Chapters that reached any CMP tier Visits made to 102 chapters, 7 colonies and 5 potential expansion sites Leadership Foundation scholarship/fellowship applications submitted Active collegiate chapters (as of June 30) Total number of 2011 Grand Chapter Congress registrants Members who registered for Deltasig E-Learning webinars [] 2011 LEAD Provincial Conference registrants 2010 LEAD School registrants Miles between Central Office and Seattle, WA (site of the 49th Grand Chapter Congress, August 7-11, 2013) Number of followers on Twitter [] (as of September 15) Brothers using the “Official Delta Sigma Pi” LinkedIn Group [] (as of September 15) New members initiated, including 120 faculty and 9 honorary Deltasigs living in Texas (our largest concentration) Fans of the Delta Sigma Pi Facebook page [] (as of September 15) Total number of Delta Sigma Pi initiates worldwide

Where Does the Money Come From? 34% Dues and Alumni Franchise Fees 17% Initiation Fees 15% Jewelry and Merchandise Sales 12% LEAD Events 7% Royalties/Investments 7% Insurance, Regalia and Other 5% Leadership Foundation Management Fees 3% Leadership Foundation Grants Total Revenues


Total Annual Initiates 5-Year Comparison 2010-2011 5,089 2009-2010 5,163 2008-2009 5,075 2007-2008 4,824 2006-2007 4,697 2005-2006 4,356

Chapters with the Highest Number of New Initiates CUNY-Baruch

88 (installation)

Georgia 69 California-Santa Barbara  Auburn (AL)


Nebraska-Lincoln 54 Indiana 53 Clemson (SC)


Missouri-Columbia 47 North Carolina-Chapel Hill


Chapters with the Highest Number of Initiates Since Their Founding Missouri-Columbia 3,684 Colorado-Boulder












Auburn Florida



North Carolina-Chapel Hill


Where Does the Money Go? 57% Chapter Services

$ 729,729 $ 358,560 $ 312,419 $ 252,625 $ 157,529 $ 142,063 $ 112,500 $ 54,500 $ 2,119,925

67 (installation)

Alabama 65

$ 1,064,962


Headquarters Management/ Maintenance $



LEAD Events/LeaderShape®




Leadership Foundation




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4% Grand Chapter Congress Total Expenses

$ 77,247 $ 1,853,649



Water Water Cooler Cooler MARK YOUR CALENDAR January 2 Deadline to submit nominations for the 2012 Career Achievement Award January 11 Deadline to submit news for the March DELTASIG January 20-22 Board of Directors MeetingOxford, Ohio

Kyle Rinderle Named to Staff Kyle Rinderle, Xavier, has joined staff as an educational and leadership consultant. He graduated this May with a double major in economics and finance. During college, he played baritone in the Xavier pep band and co-ran an on-campus movie rental business that earned an award from the Xavier Entrepreneurship Department. Brother Rinderle served as his chapter’s VP-Pledge Education and Chancellor. He previously worked as a Customer Service Representative for Fifth Third Bank in Cincinnati. 

Fraternity Board “Minutes in Seconds” from August 2011

February 3-5 Northeastern LEAD Provincial Conference-Philadelphia   Actions included: February 10-12 North Central LEAD Provincial Conference-South Bend, Ind. February 17-19 Southern LEAD Provincial Conference-Jacksonville, Fla. February 24-26 Western LEAD Provincial Conference-San Diego/La Jolla February 26 Leadership Foundation Board of Trustees MeetingsSan Diego/La Jolla March 2-4 South Central LEAD Provincial Conference-Austin April 25 National Alumni Day Visit for a complete listing of events.

▲▲ Will move forward with task groups studying and seeking to improve regionalization, insurance, colonies, nominations and “chapter reorganization” processes. Ritual Task Force closed with GCC actions. ▲▲ Approved policy language to ban alcohol from certain activities where Ritual is performed. ▲▲ Approved updates to the Strategic Plan. ▲▲ Approved changes to special projects budget, including specific funding for Patriot 2.0 membership database software and officer portal. ▲▲ Approved policy changes to limit Board member expense reimbursement to nationally recognized events and to prohibit Grand Officers from accepting payment for services from chapters while in office. ▲▲ Approved a policy allowing chapter debit cards and prohibiting chapter credit cards. ▲▲ Approved a policy allowing international alumni chapters if they purchase their own insurance. ▲▲ Clarified dues payments for new initiates at quarter schools.



▲▲ Announced national award winners. ▲▲ Placed Southern California on probation for one year. ▲▲ Clarified LEAD event planning policy toward more standardization nationally. ▲▲ Approved all eligible for Golden Council membership. ▲▲ Amended standard pledge program to move collegiate brother interviews from a local option to a national requirement and to eliminate alumni interviews entirely. ▲▲ Clarified policy—to become effective March 1, 2012—for any fraternal entity involved in fundraising via alcohol distribution. Such groups must acquire or purchase liability insurance coverage from the vendor or a third party insurer and provide the Central Office a copy of the certificate of insurance listing the International Fraternity of Delta Sigma Pi as an additional insured at least 10 days prior to any such fundraiser. Note: While this goes into effect March 1, 2012, many of the provisions already exist.

Turning the


e m a G e h t f o L o ve

shleigh Anderson, Florida State, fell in love with golf at an early age. She was first introduced to the sport through the Orlando Minority Youth Golf Association, a program designed to introduce inner-city kids to the sport, many of whom would have not had the chance to learn to play otherwise. Golf became her passion and today she is making a career out of what she loves, while giving back to the golf community through her job with the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA).

“I love golf and I enjoy working with others who are just as passionate about their jobs–my colleagues and I are not motivated strictly to make a bottom line. We work to showcase the most talented women professional golfers in the world and grow the game of golf.” Although her official title is senior coordinator, tournaments and member programs, Brother Anderson jokes that she is a “jack of all trades” in her department. One role is to serve as the regional tournament coordinator and national tournament director for the LPGA’s Teaching and Club Professional membership. Teaching and Club Professionals (T & CP) are women who are within the golf industry and directly influence the game as teaching professionals, coaches and golf professionals at clubs and facilities around the world. The LPGA certifies these women through a golf education curriculum, which is one of the leading and most sought after programs in the industry. The program educates members on how to teach the game; effectively manage golf facilities; and coach successful high school and college golf teams. Anderson is currently pursuing LPGA T & CP certification. In addition, she is responsible for coordinating promotional programs including the LPGA Front Row Experience presented by Michelob Ultra and LPGA Tour Junior Golf Clinics held at several LPGA Tour events each year. Since her position requires a cross-section of functions, she learns something new every day. Anderson also finds time to work as a Junior Golf Instructor for the Orlando Minority Youth Golf Association and youth mentor for TeeLo Golf. Very few people realize that golf is a $76 billion industry, which is higher than the motion picture and recording industries combined. The industry not only includes the LPGA, PGA Tour, PGA of America, but golf clubs and resorts, retail and equipment companies, and more. The golf industry also donates more than $3.5 billion annually to charities across the country, which is more than any other sport. Brother Anderson says the charitable aspect is part of what makes her proud to work in the industry.

into a Career

By: Kellsey Miller

“I love golf and I enjoy working with others who are just as passionate about their jobs–my colleagues and I are not motivated strictly to make a bottom line. We work to showcase the most talented women professional golfers in the world and grow the game of golf,” said Anderson. While there are too many experiences during her career with the LPGA to name a favorite, Anderson has had the chance to meet many influential people and big Ashleigh Anderson, Florida names in the golf industry, State, is senior coordinator including Nancy Lopez—who of tournaments and member was one of her golf heroes programs for the LPGA. growing up. Breaking into the sports industry is difficult and highly competitive; Brother Anderson notes that candidates who are passionate about sports and have some experience in the industry receive preference. She also says internships are key, especially for candidates with broader majors such as sports management. If you have trouble finding an internship, but played a sport in college—whether it be on your school’s team or just an intramural—include it on your resume. Anderson played on the women’s golf team at Florida State and interned for First Tee, a youth development program dedicated to providing young people the opportunity to develop through golf and character education. Also, consider volunteering for a sporting event or program. This shows potential employers that “you are not just a fan, but a committed candidate looking to create a career in the industry,” said Anderson.p

Anderson (second from left) with several coworkers.



Congress Highlights… (continued from page 3)

Several Iota Nu alumni gather before the banquet. From left: Karen Stebelski, Golden Council Member Amanda Meeker, Erin Winfrey Stark, Diana Prichard, Wayne Prichard and Golden Council Member Onuka Ibe.

Bob Hughes and his wife, Arlene, attend their 32nd and 31st Grand Chapters Congresses, respectively. Arlene is the 2009 National Honorary Initiate.

Grand Chapter


Fraternity leadership and guests took a river cruise aboard the Spirit of Jefferson, prior to the opening of GCC. The 2009-11 PVPs (from left): Lisa Brown, David Ross, Los Ellis, Amy Briggs and Paul Carpinella.

More than 40 educational sessions were offered throughout GCC, with topics ranging from financial help to recruitment tips to social media.

To qualify for the Regional Vice President position, members may now reside within a reasonable distance outside of any border of the region and in the case of a RVP vacancy, PVPs may officially appoint an interim RVP who resides outside of the region. Many ritual changes also will go into effect with publishing of the 2011 Ritual Book.

Photos by Jerry Ran and Mark Yeung.


PGP Randy Hultz led sessions on the history of Delta Sigma Pi’s Ritual, as well as the business sessions as Chancellor.


Keynote Speaker Ethan Fieldman, president of Group Interactive Networks (GIN), spoke about what’s next in technology and social media.

This year’s community service event was a provincial money war. More than $750 was donated to the American Cancer Society, the winning Northeastern Province’s community service initiative. National Chair Derry Webb is pictured at the rear.

SHOP ‘TIL YOU DROP! Delta Sigma Pi and the Delta Sigma Pi Leadership Foundation are grateful to our sponsors and corporate partners for their generous contributions and support of our many programs at GCC. Thanks to: The Collegiate Standard, GEICO, GIN Systems, How Hard Are You Knocking?, The Mayne Speaker, Mecca Advertising Specialties, National Financial Educators, Pepsi Beverages Company, The Fund for American Studies, Willis Insurance and YouTern.



hether attending for the first time and becoming a Golden Knight, or dressing for Saturday’s banquet with a ladder down to your knees, participants enjoyed the 48th Grand Chapter Congress in Louisville. Congress highlights included: • Honorary initiation of Stan Curtis, Louisville native and founder of USA Harvest. • Presentation of the Lifetime Achievement Award to Golden Council Member H. Nicholas Windeshausen, Nebraska-Lincoln. • Election of National Board of Directors and Regional Vice Presidents (see page 10). • Recognition of donors to the Leadership Foundation, including new members of the 10K Club: Jennifer Aichele, Pete Bjelan, J. Barrett Carter, Shanda Gray, Kyle Junk, Susan Lackey, Gilbert Landras, Joe Mayne and Bill Schilling. • Presentations by the 2010 COY Jenny Terbrock and 2011 COY Cody Silva. • Educational sessions on topics ranging from financial tips to résumé realities to social media and technology.

GEICO’s gecko and Louisville Slugger Mascot Buddy made special appearances at Wednesday’s dance. A Deltasig in the making! Seth, son of Christian Galoci, is ready for the business session.

• Friday night’s outing to the Louisville Bats game, including dinner, music and fireworks. • The Grand President’s Kentucky Derby Dance with “special guests” Louisville Bats Mascot Buddy and the GEICO gecko. • The Grand Chapter Congress Banquet, a formal affair that opened with a Grand March by Fraternity leadership and ended with Golden Council Member Conchita Dixon leading the “Rose of Deltasig.” If you were among those attending, we hope these images capture the event. If you didn’t attend, plan now for the 2013 GCC, August 7-11, in Seattle and experience firsthand all Congress has to offer. p


PGP Bill Kinsella and ED Bill Schilling at the Louisville Bats baseball game.

The official bugler of the Kentucky Derby, Steve Buttleman, kicked off Saturday’s banquet by playing “My Old Kentucky Home.” NOVEMBER 2011/THE DELTASIG OF DELTA SIGMA PI



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A proud Cornhusker, 2011 Lifetime Achievement Honoree Nic Windeshausen gathered with fellow native Nebraskans—and Deltasig leaders—following his remarks at the Louisville Congress banquet. From left: Executive Director Bill Schilling, Windeshausen, Past Grand President Norm Kromberg and Leadership Foundation Chairman Brandon Trease. 40


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November 2011 issue of The DELTASIG magazine.