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ANNUAL REPORT 2015-2016

ZETA BETA TAU FRATERNITY AND ZETA BETA TAU FOUNDATION


The Mission of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity includes a goal of preparing brothers for positions of leadership and service within their communities. It is with the Mission in mind ZBT plans for the future. ZBT began a thoughtful, in-depth strategic planning process in 2014 with the goal of creating a new five-year plan. The planning team spent months interviewing brothers of all ages, learning from campus professionals, engaging with partner organizations and setting goals. In 2015, the strategic priorities were finalized and adopted by the Supreme Council and Zeta Beta Tau Foundation Board of Directors. Staff and volunteers set to work adding action items and mapping growth patterns. The result was bold new strategy that sets Zeta Beta Tau apart from our interfraternal peers and takes the Brotherhood to new heights. The Brotherhood for a Lifetime Strategic Plan 2015-2020 has seven main strategic priorities, or zones. The zones — Undergraduate Experience (Training), Undergraduate Experience (Heritage), Growth and Retention, Fundraising, Organizational Capacity (Collaboration)

THE FUTURE

ZBT OF

NOW IS

BROTHERHOOD

FOR

A

LIFETIME

and Organizational Capacity (Technology) — encompass the entirety of the Brotherhood for a Lifetime experience and provide value to all parties invested in the success of Zeta Beta Tau. Starting with a brother’s time as a student, ZBT offers a clear focus on life skills, provides opportunities for career and personal development, fills in the gap between classroom and real-world education and provides meaningful contact with alumni. We are proactive in sharing our heritage and connecting with the Jewish community. To offer the best undergraduate experience possible, it is imperative our Brotherhood continues to thrive. We set plans that help our chapters and colonies maintain a size that allows them to be successful on their campuses and in their communities. The Fraternity’s overall expansion policies should be deliberate. ZBT knows that fraternity does not end with graduation. The Fraternity enriches a brother’s post-college life through continuing professional development programs, offering ways to give back through mentoring and volunteering as well as plentiful opportunities to share in brotherly love. Support from alumni is critical to promoting all aspects of the Brotherhood for a Lifetime experience. Under the plan, ZBT has careful strategy to grow its donor base and engagement levels. The depth of this strategic plan requires a broad support network and modern technology, so much so that capacity is included as a priority. The international organization’s structure must be able to support the actions necessary to reach 2020. That will include technology, manpower, discipline and forethought. Through 2020, many people will be working toward these goals to make our Fraternity the best it can be. There’s never been a better time to be a ZBT.


DEAR BROTHERS AND FRIENDS,

CONTENTS

It has been our pleasure to shepherd in the first year of the Brotherhood for a Lifetime Strategic Plan 2015-2020. This Annual Report seeks to highlight those incredible accomplishments of our Fraternity from the most recent school year while exploring how ZBT will continue on its path toward becoming a better organization. The accomplishments of our brothers are amazing — philanthropy and service hours reported have jumped, we were leaders nationwide in the fight against sexual assault on college campuses, academics have improved, our connection to the Jewish community has strengthened and our Brotherhood has grown steadily. Alumni support of the fraternity is stronger than ever, and we have added new opportunities for alumni and undergraduates to connect and learn from each other. The successes we have experienced over the first year of the Strategic Plan wouldn’t have been possible without the hard work and dedication of our talented volunteers and staff. The involvement of our volunteers — undergraduates, alumni and friends — are what will make the Fraternity reach its goals. We are already working to take ZBT to the next level as part of the second year of the Strategic Plan. Thank you for your support!

ZONE 1 UNDERGRADUATE EXPERIENCE Pages 4 and 5

Cordially, Fraternally and Sincerely,

ZONE 2 UNDERGRADUATE EXPERIENCE (HERITAGE) Pages 6 and 7 ZONE 3 GROWTH AND RETENTION Pages 8 and 9 ZONE 4 ALUMNI EXPERIENCE Pages 10 and 11 ZONE 5 FUNDRAISING Pages 12 and 13 ZONE 6 ORGANIZATIONAL CAPACITY (COLLABORATION) Page 14 AWARDS AND RECOGNITION Page 15

ZONE 7 ORGANIZATIONAL CAPACITY (TECHNOLOGY) Pages 16 and 17 ACADEMICS AND SCHOLARSHIPS Page 18

LAURENCE A. BOLOTIN, M.Ed., CAE Alpha Zeta (University of Florida) ’01

FARON A. LEWITT

Psi (University of Alabama) ’97

CONTACT US: Address: ZBT International, 3905 Vincennes Road, Suite 100, Indianapolis IN 46268 Web: www.zbt.org • Email: zbt@zbtnational.org • Phone: 317-334-1898

PHILANTHROPY AND PARTNERSHIPS Page 19 1898 SOCIETY Pages 20 and 21 EVER LOYAL SOCIETY Pages 22 through 24 VOLUNTEER RECOGNITION Pages 25 through 27 MISSION AND CREDO Page 28


S T R AT E G I C P L A N Z O N E 1

UNDERGRADUATE EXPER I E N C E

We work to refine development initiatives for undergraduate brothers. We will clarify how the trainings build skills that last well beyond the undergraduate experience (especially by creating more opportunities for alumni to share their experiences with students). We hope to drive greater excitement about and consistency in the usage of training and development initiatives by improving their relevance, clarity and connection to learning outcomes.

My Undergraduate Experience ...

‘‘

’’

I have gained perspective through my experiences with a network of brothers nationwide, which has allowed me to mature personally and professionally and grow in many ways.

BRANDON H. LUCHINSKY, Beta Gamma (Indiana University) ’18


BY THE N U M B E R S TOTAL PROGRAM ATTENDANCE 20161,218 2015 20152014 20142013

1,085 987

12.3

%

increase in attendance year to year for 2015-2016

EMERGING LEADERS PRESIDENTS’ INSTITUTE LEADERSHIP ACADEMY 20 2015 2015 37 12 2014 2014 38 JAMES E. GREER, JR.

2013

36

INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION* 2015 358

DOVER DAYS 2016

754

2014

427

2015

640

2013

2014

610

*The 2015 and 2013 programs were International Leadership School only.

Undergraduate programming at these events is sponsored by generous grants from the

249

ZBT has made it a top priority to educate brothers on healthy relationships, so much so that we named Jewish Women International (JWI) an official philanthropic and educational partner in 2015. Our SAFE SMART DATING program — the first of its kind in Greek life — has reached thousands of students in its first two years, and it continues to grow rapidly. GREEN LIGHT GO is the new annual ZBT fundraising event. Funds raised from Green Light Go events support the Zeta Beta Tau Foundation’s FUND FOR SAFE AND HEALTHY CAMPUSES and will allow JWI to create programs that will not only educate brothers about healthy relationship and bystander intervention, but also will position our men as leaders in changing the culture on campus and being examples of the very best of the fraternal world, similar to Safe Smart Dating.

SAFE SMART DATING

GREEN LIGHT GO

$2,050 4 775

dollars raised for the Fund for Safe and Healthy Campuses

10 5

number of campuses that hosted a Green Light Go students who participated in a Green Light Go event

13

15

9 4 2013-2

014

20162015 20152014

number of Safe Smart Dating programs hosted

2014-2

015 2015-201

6

1,605 810

students reached by Safe Smart Dating

ALTERNATIVE SPRING BREAK A dozen brothers from across the United States came together to learn through ZBT’s newest living-learning experience. The group toured key locations in New York City from Zeta Beta Tau history, such as the City College of New York and the grave of Professor Richard Gottheil. The trip provided the attendees an opportunity to be immersed in a unique learning experience where we also pushed the concept and importance of service learning over pure community service. Having the opportunity to bring brothers to ZBT’s founding city as a part of a service trip was an amazing opportunity and allowed brothers to connect with the foundations of our organization. Funding for this program was provided through a grant from Repair the World.

NEW in 2015-2016

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S T R AT E G I C P L A N Z O N E 2

UNDERGRADUATE EXPER I E N C E (HERITAGE)

Mindful of our Mission and heritage, we will amplify our chapter training and support to further enable our brothers to champion diversity and meaningfully impact their local Jewish communities and Jewish communities around the world.

My Undergraduate Experience ...

‘‘

I thought (Words to Action) was fun, interactive and a great learning experience because they taught us a new perspective on anti-Semitism that we may have never heard of. We discussed how different people around the world view Jews and how anti-Semitism is continuing.

’’

JORDAN BROWN, Rho (University of Illinois) ’19


BY THE N U M B E R S

2,000

+

students reached by a heritage-oriented program

1,500 / 500 ZBT brothers

All other students

Epsilon Mu Chapter brothers brought activist Abe Haak (center) to the University of Kansas campus through a Chapter Heritage Grant.

WORDS TO ACTION

CHAPTER HERITAGE GRANTS

Words to Action was adopted in response to a rising tide of incidents of reported hate crimes such as antiSemitism on college campuses. The Words to Action program includes anti-Semitism awareness education, interactive discussion with students sharing their own examples of hate culture and an in-depth look at the history behind stereotypes and connections to modern day. Representatives from the Anti-Defamation League lead the program.

The initiative provides funds for chapters and colonies to sponsor events with local organizations who assist ZBT in following our Mission. Examples of events include: The Epsilon Mu Chapter (Kansas) hosted an internationally recognized speaker, Abe Haak, an Arab who supports the Zionist movement. The session was open to all KU students. The Delta Omicron Chapter (Tampa) partnered with its campus Hillel to take part in a Jewish National Fund program that provides teddy bears to children in an Israeli hospital. A select group of brothers were able to deliver the bears in person through a Taglit Birthright trip. The Eta Rho Chapter (Florida International) hosted a Holocaust survivor as a guest speaker for Holocaust Day of Remembrance. The event was open to the campus. The Beta Gamma Chapter (Indiana) partnered with several campus organizations to bring the filmmaker who created the film “Brave Miss World,” about an Israeli sexual assault survivor, to the university for a screening and discussion.

13 8 92%

Chapters and colonies hosted Words to Action

Chapters shared in the program with fellow Greeks from Sigma Delta Tau, Alpha Epsilon Phi and Sigma Alpha Mu Participants rated the program as excellent or good

From the participants: • “I will be more cognizant of anti-Semitism, Zionism, Israel around me.” • “(After this program, I will) be more educated and respond from a more informed point of view.” • “I thought they (the activities) were all useful and relevant to me. I learned something new today.”

ISRAEL ADVOCACY SUMMIT 2015 2014

38 22

Event attendance

The Israel Advocacy Summit and Chapter Heritage Grants are made possible by generous grants from the

Total dollars awarded 20152016 20142015 20142013

$18,252 $13,000 $3,149

Number of chapters and colonies awarded a grant 20152016 20142015 20142013

17 13 10

Average program cost per grant awarded

/

$1,015 $600 2015-2016

2014-2015

My Undergraduate Experience ...

‘‘

’’

The Israel Advocacy Summit is incredible. I feel like it’s very important to gather as many brothers together as we can to become better advocates for Israel on our campuses.

JUAN A. GILCES, Eta Rho (Florida International University) ’16

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S T R AT E G I C P L A N Z O N E 3

G ROW TH AND RETENTION

We plan to reach 6,000 undergraduate brothers by building a stronger, more sustainable network of chapters by being more selective with our chapter launch strategy and by bolstering our support for existing chapters.

Growing with ZBT ....

‘‘

When I called my parents to tell them I had decided to accept my bid at ZBT, I could tell through the phone that my dad (Michael A. Asch, Theta (University of Pennsylvania) ’88) was excited. He and I would be bound in a way that few people could ever understand. We are father and son, but we were now going to be brothers. At the time I thought it was really cool that I was going to be in the same fraternity as my dad and that we would be able to just talk about things. But my dad had other plans. He decided, on the day before initiation, to call me and tell me he was coming to the ceremony. At first I didn’t really get why, but after going through the process and having him play a major role in my initiation, I understand just how special it really was. It is something that he and I will remember for the rest of our lives and a moment that I was glad to have shared with the guys I now call my brothers.

’’

DAVID R. ASCH, Colony at the University of Michigan, ’19


BY THE N U M B E R S TOTAL UNDERGRADUATE ENROLLMENT

NUMBER OF FOUNDING FATHERS

5,489

20162015 20152014 20142013

20162015 20152014 20142013

5,167 4,722 4,053 includes graduating seniors

26

TOTAL NUMBER OF NEW BROTHERS 20162,080 2015

20132012 20122011

20152014 20142013

initiated legacies reported in 2015-2016

1,656 1,649

89

91/88

2014-2015

2013-2014

AVERAGE CHAPTER SIZE 201658 2015 20152014 20142013

56 53

34

chapters/colonies have over 60 brothers

9 2

groups have been approved for charter in fall 2016

Chartering ceremonies celebrated: Alpha Gamma at 84 Vanderbilt University brothers Beta Zeta Epsilon at the 53 University of Maryland brothers Epsilon Gamma at the 48 University at Albany brothers Gamma Xi at the 106 University of California, brothers Santa Barbara 38 Eta Tau at the University brothers of Iowa

NUMBER OF CHAPTERS AND COLONIES

2015-2016

115

CHARTERINGS CELEBRATED 2016Four more 5 2015

51

1,857

203

average colony size increased from 20 to 28 year over year

Alpha Nu at Muhlenberg College Zeta Eta at the University of Western Ontario Delta at Columbia University Colony at the University of Michigan Alpha Tau at Franklin & Marshall College

number of new initiates reported in the past five years

2,004

165

40%

NEW COLONIES ESTABLISHED

%

20152014 20142013

144

20132012 20122011

4,214

20132012 20122011

157

Brothers from the Alpha Tau Colony at Franklin & Marshall College with their bids.

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S T R AT E G I C P L A N Z O N E 4

ALUMNI EXPERIENC E

We have launched a comprehensive alumni relations program that begins during the undergraduate years, encompassing professional development, chapter engagement and fellowship. Recognizing the centrality of alumni to both Fraternity and Foundation, success with this initiative depends on collaboration and communication between the organizations.

Serving ZBT ...

‘‘

’’

I believe in what ZBT did for me as an undergraduate. I also feel that my experience as a Founding Father of my chapter and my professional experience is valuable to the current undergraduate brothers.

DAVID J. COHEN, Epsilon Mu (University of Kansas) ’11 Assistant Chapter Advisor to the Epsilon Mu Chapter


BY THE N U M B E R S

ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS

The Southern California Alumni Association has undergone several operational changes through assistance from ZBT International Headquarters, such as better financial management and event publicity. Continues to host successful events, including a monthly luncheon series. The Greater Washington D.C. Area Association was chartered in August 2015. They continue to host high-profile events such as the Mideast Briefing at the Israeli Embassy. The group has a strong focus on engaging younger alumni. The New York Area Alumni Association hosts monthly happy hours at the same location. They are beginning to utilize social media as a recruitment tool. The Atlanta Area Alumni Association offers a variety of acivities and opportunities throughout the year. Besides a traveling monthly luncheon series, the association hosted a wine tasting for brothers and guests, a group trip to an Atlanta Braves game and a family picnic. For the second year, the association hosted a service day with the Atlanta Community Food Bank in December.

Attendees and faculty of the 2015 Volunteer Institute Program hosted in conjunction with 2015 International Leadership School in Las Vegas, Nevada.

ADVISORS AND VOLUNTEERS 20152016 20142015

90% 4.1

222 234

Chapters with at least one advisor

Average size of advisory boards

54

2015 2014

498

16 Volunteer Institute 15

Program (VIP) participants

Total volunteers in the 20142016 biennium

MENTORING PROGRAM

Atlanta area brothers at a community service day at the Atlanta Community Food Bank.

The South Florida Area Alumni Association has regular lunches in the Miami area with 15 to 20 brothers attending. The Chicagoland Alumni Association leadership continues to work to grow the organization by individual-level networking. Fraternity staff is helping to establish a board of directors for this group. Other new associations: Brothers in Philadelphia and Memphis are working toward establishing a formal group structure. Memphis hosted a kickoff event in June 2016.

brothers involved in mentoring programs across three locations

ZBT created a new mentor program launched in key geographic areas. It is our hope that this program will support the development of undergraduate brothers and promote engagement between undergraduates and alumni, as part of the Fraternity’s larger goal of fostering a spirit of Brotherhood for a Lifetime. Juniors and seniors from select chapters were the first undergraduate brothers who had the opportunity to participate. The program is open to all alumni brothers residing in focus areas to serve as mentors.

NEW in 2015-2016

ALUMNI EVENTS HOSTED BY THE FRATERNITY LOS ANGELES Library educational exhibit event DALLAS Luncheon MIAMI Two luncheons KANSAS CITY Happy hour LAS VEGAS Three alumni meetups DETROIT Dinner ZETA BETA TAU 2015-2016 • 11


S T R AT E G I C P L A N Z O N E 5

FUNDRAISING We plan to build our base of regular donors to over 2,000 by: establishing a culture of giving among younger donors; sharpening our case of support; and leveraging our new alumni engagement strategy.

Why I Give to ZBT ...

‘‘

My father (Michael S. Leone, Alpha Omega (University of Miami) ’69) taught me how to be honest, giving, humble, loving, to treat others with respect and live life to its fullest. And the Fraternity taught me how to be a leader and part of an organization that is larger than myself. Being part of ZBT impacted [and will continue to impact] my life and helped me become the person I am today. ... It is because of [this] that I established the Michael S. Leone Memorial Alpha Omega Scholarship within the Zeta Beta Tau Foundation.

’’

BRETT A. LEONE, Zeta Alpha (Florida State University) ’11


BY THE N U M B E R S 2015 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED

$1,015,435.19 2015 TOTAL NUMBER OF DONORS

852

The ZETA BETA TAU FOUNDATION supports several important educational and leadership development programs, most notably is the Scholarship Awards Program. Well over $1,500,000 has been awarded since 1952. In addition, the Foundation is playing an increasingly significant role in its support of the Fraternity’s educational programs by providing leadership education grants.

Your Support ...

‘‘ ’’

It was an exciting experience; being able to freely talk to fellow undergraduates, alumni and international representatives while learning about the Fraternity.

BROOKLYN DOVER DAY

participant response

2015 GRANTS AWARDED

$119,504.79

The Zeta Beta Tau Foundation hosted a brotherhood event on Broadway surrounding the show “Dames at Sea” in October 2015. Brother Douglas E. Maine, Alpha Beta (Temple University) ’70, pictured far right, is a co-producer of the show.

FIRST TIME DONORS 2015

187

AVERAGE PAYMENT

74

$705.80

Undergraduate Gottheil Society members

90

2010s

AVERAGE PLEDGE 2015 $1,275.67 2015

2015 DONORS BY DECADE

3

New planned gifts

2000s 1990s

57 66

1980s

113

1970s

139

1960s

137 108

1950s Other

142

• James E. Greer, Jr. Presidents’ Leadership Academy: $5,000 • Emerging Leaders Institute: $5,000 • Anti-Semitism and Hate Prevention Education Program: $12,500 • Dover Days: $5,000 • Leadership School: $20,955 • Israel Advocacy Summit: $19,403 • Chapter Heritage Grants: $20,000 • Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals: $31,646.79

Your Support ...

‘‘

These scholarships are an unbelievable help for me. Paying my way through school is not always the easiest thing, especially recently with my mother sick and unable to work. To have that burden relieved even the slightest bit is something for which I am extremely grateful.

’’

ALEC T. HAASE, Beta Delta (Rutgers State University of New Jersey) ’17

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S T R AT E G I C P L A N Z O N E 6

ORGANIZATIONAL CAPAC I T Y We work to institutionalize collaboration between Fraternity and Foundation through meaningful changes to board and management functions and/or structure.

Working for ZBT ...

‘‘

ZBT is, and always has been, in the Brotherhood business. Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity and the Zeta Beta Tau Foundation share the strategic vision of Brotherhood for a Lifetime and, must, therefore, work together collaboratively to ensure the best brotherhood experience, from initiation to Chapter Eternal, for all brothers. This is not always easy for two organizations with different cultures and missions, but, as long as leadership, both staff and volunteer, commit to working to institutionalize collaboration and commit to getting the little things right — the details, the vision can be fulfilled. I for one am counting on it and am committed to doing my part as a volunteer for both to ensure it.

’’

JAMES (JIM) P. SUMMERS,

Gamma Epsilon (Marshall University) ’70 Director of Development, Zeta Beta Tau Foundation (retired)

PROGRAMS Funding provided by the Zeta Beta Tau Foundation allows for the success of many international events, such as International Convention and Dover Days, as well as chapter and individiual support for brothers.

ALUMNI ENGAGEMENT The Fraternity’s Director of Alumni Engagement works closely with regional Zeta Beta Tau Foundation and staff to plan events, connect undergraduates with mentors.

BOARD DEVELOPMENT The advancement of both entities comes from strong leadership, and the directors of both organizations work together with staff, consultants and other volunteers to grow Zeta Beta Tau as a Brotherhood.


AWARDS AND RECOGNITION Man of the Year

For Outstanding Leadership and Service

The Heritage Award

For Distinguished Service to the Jewish Community

2016

2016

DR. STEPHEN J. TRACHTENBERG

THE ARONOV FAMILY

Delta (Columbia University) ’59 President Emeritus of The George Washington University

Owen W. Aronov, Psi (University of Alabama) ’74, and Jake F. Aronov, Psi (University of Alabama) ’70 Real estate investors and philanthropists

2 0 15 STUART E. EIZENSTAT, Alpha Pi (University of North Carolina At Chapel Hill) ’64, former White House adviser and Ambassador to the European Union

The Stephen P. Ehrlich Award

For Significant Contributions to the Operations of ZBT

2016

2015 DAVID S. WAX, Alpha Rho (University of California, Los Angeles) ’77, longtime volunteer and supporter of the JCC Association of North America

The Edwin N. Sommer Award For Selfless Dedication to the Ideals of ZBT

MICHAEL S. WIEN Alpha Eta (Colorado State University) ’73 Professor of Marketing, Nine-Time Ironman and ZBT Volunteer

2 0 15 CRAIG J. WILD, CPA, Gamma Phi (Hofstra University) ’79, current Supreme Councilor, former Zeta Beta Tau Foundation Director and Chapter Advisor

The Riegelman-Jacobs Award

For Outstanding Service to the Interfraternal Community

2016

2016 MICHAEL D. CIMINI Kappa (Cornell University) ’90 Past International President of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity

2015 BARRY M. AARONS, Gamma Tau (Arizona State University) ’71, past President of the Zeta Beta Tau Foundation Board of Directors

Man of Distinction

The Fraternity is fortunate to continue to receive accolades for our devotion to the betterment of our brothers and our communities and campuses. In 2015-2016, we recorded great successes and honors in several areas. • 2015 Indiana Society of Association Executives most Innovative Membership Program for online learning portal iJOURNEY (From left to right) Director of Chapter Services Brandon M. Goldberg, Delta Iota (University of Central Florida) ’11, and Assistant Executive Director Libby Anderson, CAE, accepted the the Innovative Membership Program award at the STAR Awards on December 10.

• 2016 North-American Interfraternity Conference Laurel Wreath Award for the joint Words to Action program hosted with Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority, Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity, Sigma Delta Tau Sorority and the Anti-Defamation League

For Long-term Commitment to Service and Leadership

DR. ROBERT E. WITT Honorary Initiate Chancellor of The University of Alabama System

2 0 15 KIMBERLY NOVAK, hazing prevention expert

2016 SAM MASSELL Mu (University of Georgia) ’48 Former Mayor, City of Atlanta; Executive Director of the Buckhead Coalition

and NovakTalks CEO

The Gottheil Medal

For Humanitarian Services and Activities that Best Promote Better Understanding in Relationships among All People

2 0 15 JCC ASSOCIATION OF NORTH AMERICA, Zeta Beta Tau partner organization

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S T R AT E G I C P L A N Z O N E 7

ORGANIZATIONAL CAPAC I T Y (TECHNOLOGY)

We are working to increase our investment in technology to amplify our ability to effectively engage our constituents.

ZBT Reacts ...

‘‘

The Zeta Beta Tau Foundation just issued a check to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals for $31,646.79 from funds raised through ZBT’s Get on the Ball (www.zbtgetontheball.com) and the work of 19 ZBT chapters. Thank you!

’’

TOP POST OF THE YEAR

February 24


BY THE N U M B E R S EMAILS SENT BY THE FRATERNITY 2016555,948 2015 20152014 20142013 20132012

940,000 915,000 646,000

11.6

SOCIAL MEDIA

27%

%

email open rate

With the adoption of the Brotherhood for a Lifetime Strategic Plan 2015-2020, we have adopted a new focus on carefully crafted electronic resources and communications. We opened a new social media platform, increased the number and types of webinars offered and honed in our use of email to reduce informational clutter. For much of 2016, staff have worked with developers to re-create The Digital Deltan online brother magazine. The new magazine will retain elements of the historic Deltan publication while adopting 21st Century technology for reader convenience. The site will be mobile-responsive with a fresh design and content. The new site will launch by Fall 2016. Online learning portal Compass, an upgrade to 2012-launched iJOURNEY, continues to grow in scope and technology as the final enhancements to the site are created. We continue to work on development of the robust portal as we work to build new, engaging modules to debut alongside the redesigned site. We anticipate the new site will launch by Fall 2016. We will heavily promote these improvements in ZBT’s organizational capacity in the next academic year.

total increase in number of followers across three social channels

FACEBOOK 6,181

2016

5,723

2015

5,333

2014

LINKEDIN

TWITTER

NEW

2,811

2015

brothers in ZBT’s LinkedIn group

2,538

2014

INSTAGRAM Debuted new social feed with emphasis on photo sharing in spring 2016.

in 2015-2016

6,022

3,038

2016

274 followers

STANDARDS OF EXELLENCE AND INDIVIDUAL AWARDS

Chapters and individuals completed these forms through online services that allowed for convenient, mobile-friendly applications.

65

2016

72

2015 2014

66

2013

49

36

2016

44

2015

50

2014

29

2013

ZETA BETA TAU FOUNDATION AWARENESS MONTH

115 1,000+ 3,500+ 69 new Facebook likes

Likes and shares over the month

visits to ZBTFAM. org

Most popular single feature by direct clicks

‘‘

The Zeta Beta Tau Brotherhood to me means more than just lifelong friendships and support system. It means accountability among brothers to hold each other to the high standards that we all took an oath to live by.

’’

MICHAEL F. EASTON, Alpha Alpha (Purdue University) ’12, Zeta Beta Tau Foundation Director ZETA BETA TAU 2015-2016 • 17


ACADEMICS and SCHOLA R S H I P S OVERALL GRADE-POINT AVERAGE 20163.098 2015 20152014 20142013

3.065 3.03

.033

year over year improvement in the fraternity-wide GPA (on a 4.0 scale)

CHAPTER GPA ABOVE 3.0 201652 2015 20152014

36

18%

year over year improvement

The ZETA BETA TAU FOUNDATION supports several important educational and leadership development programs, most notably is the Scholarship Awards Program. Well over $1,500,000 has been awarded since 1952. In addition, the Zeta Beta Tau Foundation is playing an increasingly significant role in its support of the Fraternity’s educational programs by providing leadership education grants.

SCHOLARSHIP DOLLARS 2016 $48,750 2015

$44,000

26

scholarships awarded in 2016

Intellectual Awareness and Brotherly Love ...

‘‘

This scholarship embodies ‘Brotherhood for a Lifetime.’ Once you are a brother, your involvement should never stop. Becoming an active member of the alumni network is extremely important and necessary for the growth of Zeta Beta Tau. I will have this bond with my brothers Zeta Beta Tau for the rest of my life. ZBT has shaped who I am for the better. I cannot imagine my life without this Brotherhood and I want to see my relationships I have made and this organization continue to flourish.

‘‘

’’

ZACK E. PINTO, Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) ’17

I can honestly say becoming a brother of the Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity has been the best choice I have made in my college career. ... Support from my Fraternity is an amazing way for my Fraternity to give back to my family as I have given so much of my time to the Fraternity. In addition to my sister starting college next year, I have been accepted into business graduate school to study for my MBA. This is an outstanding opportunity for me but is also going to be a big financial burden on me for a while. A Zeta Beta Tau Foundation scholarship helps me save money for graduate school and achieve all my goals I want to complete at Rutgers. Brotherhood for a Lifetime (is) being there for our brothers in times of need and good fortune not just in college but far past our college years.

18 • ZETA BETA TAU 2015-2016

’’

JOSEPH ADINOLFI, Beta Delta (Rutgers State University of New Jersey) ’17


P HILANTHROPY and PA RT N E R S OFFICIAL PARTNERS

Social Responsibility

The ZBT family works to support the Zeta Beta Tau Foundation in many ways. Learn more at zbt.org/foundation. In the first year of official partnership, the ties with ZBT’s newest partner, Jewish Women International (JWI), have grown stronger as ZBT chapters across the country have raised funds for JWI while promoting awareness on issues promoted by JWI. Learn more at zbt.org/greenlightgo.

Through dance marathons, local hospital visits and more, ZBT chapters and colonies raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals annually. Learn more at zbtgetontheball.com

706,871

TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED FOR PHILANTHROPY

*

$

/

$413,082 $435,207 2014-2015

Brothers from the Delta Omicron Chapter at the University of Tampa present the results of their fundraising efforts to a local children’s hospital.

43,680 COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS

*

17,500 / 13,214 2014-2015

2013-2014

2013-2014

‘‘

We rolled a giant ball around campus for one week and collected signatures on the ball. For each signature we received, sponsoring businesses and alumni donated a pledged amount of money to benefit the Children’s Miracle Network. We went around to hundreds of businesses around Columbia (Missouri) asking for their participation or a donation. We also did several profitshares with local restaurants. We ended up collecting over 3,000 signatures throughout the duration of the week, raising over $9,000 to benefit the Children’s Miracle Network and MU Children’s Hospital!

’’

OMEGA COLONY

(University of Missouri)

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56 number of chapters/ 50

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1898 SOCIETY

January 1, 2015–June 6, 2016

The 1898 Society is the exclusive annual gift club of the Zeta Beta Tau Foundation and it recognizes all donors who support the Foundation with $250 or more in unrestricted gifts. Members will be listed in the Donor Roll. Ruby: $25,000-99,999; Sapphire:$10,000-$24,999; Emerald: $5,000-$9,999; Platinum: $2,500-4,999; Gold: $1,000-$2,499; Silver: $500-$999; Bronze: $250-$499. 1898 Society Ruby Owen W. Aronov, Psi (University of Alabama) 1974 1898 Society Sapphire Edward A. Applbaum, Alpha Rho (Univ. of California-Los Angeles) 1965 Stuart Andrew Fraser, Omega (University of Missouri) 1983 Daniel M. Goodman, Iota (University of Denver) 2008 Richard C. Goodman, Iota (University of Denver) 1978 Jerry N. Katz, CPA, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1976 Scott A. Krivis, Gamma Beta (California State Univ.-Northridge) 1982 Matthew J. Rubins, Kappa (Cornell University) 1990 1898 Society Emerald Barry M. Aarons, Gamma Tau (Arizona State University) 1971 Allan C. Bell, Esq., Theta (University of Pennsylvania) 1981 Irving M. Chase, Esq., Alpha Rho (Univ. of California-Los Angeles) 1974 James B. Drotman, Zeta Lambda (Stephen F. Austin State University) 1993 Daniel P. Easton, Kappa Phi (Alfred University) 1976 Michael F. Easton, Alpha Alpha (Purdue University) 2012 Todd A. Gagliano, Beta Alpha Chi (York College of Penn.) 1995 Jack Guttman, Sigma (Tulane University) 1969 James S. Mamary, Beta Delta (Rutgers State University of New Jersey) 1975 Geoffrey H. Radbill, Beta Eta (Bowling Green State University) 1968 Bruce E. Slovin, Beta (Cornell University) 1957 David Stanton Wax, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1977 Bruce Howard Weinstein, Psi (University of Alabama) 1970 Craig J. Wild, CPA, Gamma Phi (Hofstra University) 1979 Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund 1898 Society Platinum Richard N. Abrams, CPA, Rho (Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 1963 Jeffrey J. Bakker, Delta Lambda (Monmouth College) 1990 Martin H. Blank, Jr., Alpha Eta (University of California-Berkeley) 1963 Richard A. Blenden, Alpha (The George Washington University) 1987 Robert B. Bregman, Jr., Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1953 Joel Mark Epstein, Sigma (Tulane University) 1987 William H. Fleece, Nu (The Ohio State University) 1957 Alan I. Franco, Psi (University of Alabama) 1984 David I. Freed, Tau (University of California-Berkeley) 1964 Jonathan David Frieden, Esq., Phi Epsilon (University of Virginia) 1994 Stephen A. Gingold, Epsilon Beta (University of California-San Diego) 1987 Steven E. Gold, Alpha Omega (University of Miami) 2000 Jeffrey Paul Goldstein, Psi (University of Alabama) 1985 Alan M. Koren, Gamma Tau (Arizona State University) 1972 Richard Krelstein, Alpha Nu (University of Tennessee-Knoxville) 1959 Faron A. Lewitt, Psi (University of Alabama) 1997 Brian D. Ruben, CPA, Gamma (Northwestern) (Northwestern University) 1994 Scott E. Silberfein, Esq., Epsilon Theta (University of Delaware) 1994 Robert B. Silverman, Gamma Chi (University of South Florida) 1971 Kenneth L. Simon, Beta Phi (University of Pittsburgh) 1975 Ronald R. Sklare, Sigma (Tulane University) 1990 Norman M. Waas, Esq., Alpha Omega (University of Miami) 1982

Gregg F. Witt, Iota (University of Denver) 1977 Michael F. Zarb, Beta Alpha Chi (York College of Pennsylvania) 1992 The Rosalinde & Arthur Gilbert Foundation 1898 Society Gold Todd S. Aaron, Lambda (University of Texas at Austin) 1984 Alan Abramson, Gamma Beta (California State Univ.-Northridge) 1966 Barry Henry Bauman, Psi (University of Alabama) 1978 Alfred K. Berg, Omicron (Syracuse) (Syracuse University) 1973 Henry W. Bloch, Phi (University of Michigan) 1945 Hon. Kenith D. Bloom, Alpha Epsilon (Syracuse University) 1950 Laurence A. Bolotin, Alpha Zeta (University of Florida) 2001 Robert L. Bunnen, Jr., Sigma (Tulane University) 1977 Michael Clifford Burstein, Ph.D., Beta Nu (Johns Hopkins University) 1964 Andrew Michael Bursten, Sigma (Tulane University) 1981 James S. Carlin, CPA, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1980 Craig S. Chanoff, Beta Zeta Epsilon (Univ. of Maryland - College Park) 1997 Fred Diamond, Alpha Zeta (University of Florida) 1952 James C. Fedalen, Alpha Eta (University of California-Berkeley) 1976 Dr. Robert E. Fischell, Alpha Upsilon (Duke University) 1951 E. Mark Fishman, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1979 Warren H. Grant, Theta (University of Pennsylvania) 1976 Earl T. Greinetz, Iota (University of Denver) 1953 Kenneth Alan Grodner, Psi (University of Alabama) 1981 Alan B. Gubernick, Alpha Nu (Muhlenberg College) 1983 Erwin M. Gudelsky, Xi (Georgia Institute of Technology) 1958 Bret W. Hrbek, Delta Xi (Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State Univ.) 1996 Mark A. Ivener, Esq., Rho (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 1964 Richard L. Kaplan, Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) 1965 David Kreisman, Alpha Beta (University of Chicago) 1960 Mrs. Laura Lauder Petar Lemajic, Zeta Epsilon (Pennsylvania State University) 1998 Irwin Levowitz, Beta Xi (Brooklyn College) 1962 Alan G. Lowy, Alpha Omicron (University of Arizona) 1963 Edward L. Lux, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1951 Morton L Mandel, Lambda (CWR) (Case Western Reserve University) 1943 Seth O. Mitchner, Alpha Eta (University of California-Berkeley) 1980 A. Sandy Myers, Iota (University of Denver) 1967 Steve W. Nehmen, Omega (University of Missouri) 1976 Robert J. Opitz, Jr., Beta Delta (Rutgers State University of New Jersey) 1992 Harold R. Oseff, Esq., Eta (University of Michigan) 1968 Ronald A. Pardo, Alpha Omicron (University of Arizona) 1988 Daniel M. Rifkin, Theta (University of Pennsylvania) 1976 Mark L. Rosenberg, Esq., Phi (University of Michigan) 1969 Roger (Biff) F. Ruttenberg, Theta (University of Pennsylvania) 1966 Frederick Schenk, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1975 Cliff S. Schneider, Esq., Alpha Zeta (University of Florida) 2000 Lee A. Schnitzer, Beta Delta (Rutgers State University of New Jersey) 1992 Stephen Stephen Selig, III, Mu (University of Georgia) 1965 Richard S. Simon, Phi (University of Michigan) 1943 Frederick Jaffe Solomon, Sr., Beta Lambda (San Diego State Univ. 1959 Marc David Stine, Omega (University of Missouri) 1969

James P. Summers, Gamma Epsilon (Marshall University) 1970 Matthew I. Tobe, Beta Alpha Theta (University of Colorado Boulder) 2006 Herbert A. Tobin, Iota (University of Denver) 1962 Charles Wax, Beta Lambda (San Diego State University) 1972 Carl Weinberg, Alpha Eta (University of California-Berkeley) 1952 Bernard E. Weissman, Ph.D., Xi (MIT) (Mass. Institute of Technology) 1975 Harold F. Widlansky, Beta Epsilon (Michigan State University) 1992 Marc A Wolens, Esq., Theta (University of Pennsylvania) 1970 Neil M. Yaris, Alpha Xi (Washington University-St.Louis) 1986 Zeta Beta Tau Southern California Area Alumni Association 1898 Society Silver Steven L. Aaron, Lambda (University of Texas at Austin) 1960 Marc L. Andres, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1982 Andrew F. Ashwal, Beta Zeta Epsilon (Univ. of Maryland - College Park) 2001 Jay G. Axelrod, Esq., Theta (University of Pennsylvania) 1974 Stephen M. Bauman, Psi (University of Alabama) 1988 William Meyer Bauman, Psi (University of Alabama) 1973 Myles K. Beck, Omega (University of Missouri) 1967 Douglas A. Bodner, Xi (Georgia Institute of Technology) 1987 Richard Brenner William J. Burns, Sigma (Polytechnic Institute of New York University) 1973 Alan Cason, Mu (University of Georgia) 1979 Michael D. Cimini, Kappa (Cornell University) 1992 Michael E. Cook, Zeta Lambda (Stephen F. Austin State University) 1993 Frederick B. Denitz, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1979 Dr. Lawrence A. Domont, Theta (University of Pennsylvania) 1970 Scott M. Farkas, Esq., Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) 1994 Dr. Richard D. Ferkel, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1973 Saul A. Fern, Pi (Boston University) 1954 Gary Finkel, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1966 Steven G. Fischer, Theta (University of Pennsylvania) 1966 Jonas Martin Frost, III, Omega (University of Missouri) 1964 Robert D. Gelman, Alpha Nu (Muhlenberg College) 1983 Paul D. Gottfried, Gamma Chi (University of South Florida) 1990 Jay Howard Grodin, Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) 1966 Abby L. Hans, Gamma Eta (Bradley University) 1969 Newton Jack Harband, M.D., Tau (University of California-Berkeley) 1962 Stephen C. Helfgott, Alpha (City College of New York) 1969 Daniel M. Howard, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1977 Ealon A. Hubbert, III, Alpha Eta (University of California-Berkeley) 1982 Eric S. Isaacson, Psi (University of Alabama) 2011 Mark A. Itkin, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1975 Michael V. Jordan, Rho Iota (University of Rhode Island) 2002 John E. Kaltschnee, Zeta Theta (Western Connecticut State University) 1996 Stephen I. Karp, Gamma Theta (Queens College) 1970 Marshall Karro, Alpha Pi (The Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) 1968 George Kaufman, Nu (The Ohio State University) 1949 Ron H. Kaufman, Alpha Eta (University of California-Berkeley) 1955 Lawrence A. Klatzkin, Theta (University of Pennsylvania) 1979 Xavier Kohan, Kappa (Cornell University) 1967 Stephen Lebowitz, M.D., Alpha (City College of New York) 1968


1898 SOCIETY CONTINUED Brian A. Lobuts, Alpha (The George Washington University) 1983 Alan Edward Lubel, Alpha Gamma (Vanderbilt University) 1972 John E. Mitchell, Gamma (Northwestern University) 1984 Marc Needleman, Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) 1969 Mark S. Novak, Rho (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 1957 Benjamin E. Novogroski, Esq., Delta Iota (University of Central Florida) 2009 Daniel A. Owens, Delta Xi (Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State Univ.) 1997 Howard C. Pizer, Alpha Kappa (University of Wisconsin-Madison) 1963 Paul Charles Prounitzer, Pi (Louisiana State University) 1981 Richard E. Robbins, Xi (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 1984 Gene Rowe, Alpha Omicron (University of Arizona) 1961 Edward B. Russnow, Alpha (The George Washington University) 1988 Devon M. Schad, Beta Alpha Theta (University of Colorado Boulder) 2004 Gregory L. Segall, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1985 Michael J. Shartiag, Beta Gamma (Indiana University Bloomington) 1983 Mark S. Sherman, Gamma Beta (California State Univ.-Northridge) 1987 Andy Michael Shulman, Psi (University of Alabama) 1994 Ms. Lisa Shurtz Lawrence Stuart Siegel, Alpha Omega (University of Miami) 1987 Morrie Siegel, Iota (University of Denver) 1974 Dr. Burton Singerman, Lambda (Case Western Reserve University) 1969 Albert H. Small, Chi (University of Virginia) 1946 Todd David Smith, Zeta Pi (East Stroudsburg University) 1994 Ashley S. Steinhart, Esq., Beta Epsilon (Michigan State University) 1964 John D. Stemen, Esq., Omicron (Tufts) (Tufts University) 1999 Ronald J. Sylvestri, Alpha Xi (Long Island University-C.W. Post) 1965 Ronald Anthony Testa, Jr., Eta Gamma (State Univ. of N.Y.-Oswego) 2002 Roberto E. Tillman, Delta Psi (Stony Brook University) 1978 Maurice B. VerStandig, Alpha Kappa (University of Wisconsin-Madison) 2006 Michael Wachtell, Alpha (City College of New York) 1963 1898 Society Bronze William L. Acheson, Gamma (New York University) 1994 David I. Ackerman, Esq., Eta Lambda (Emory University) 1999 Todd H. Ackerman, Kappa (Cornell University) 1989 Robert A. Adelman, Esq., Alpha Rho (Univ. of California-Los Angeles) 1972 Robert M. Adler, CPC, Beta Eta (Bowling Green State University) 1970 David Mitchell Alexander Arthur R. Allen, Psi (University of Alabama) 1986 Joshua M. Alpert, Rho (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 1997 Vincent A. Ammirato, Esq., Beta Pi (California State Univ.-Long Beach) 1968 Elizabeth (Libby) B. Anderson Giorgio N. Arcamone, Zeta Theta (Western Connecticut State University) 2013 Alex J. Bahary, Epsilon Theta (University of Delaware) 2014 Jonathan C. Balva, Delta Iota (University of Central Florida) 2013 David A. Barcus, Alpha Gamma (Vanderbilt University) 1985 Charles H. Baren, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1984 Robert Barnett, Esq., Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) 1951 Mark W. Battaglino, PHR, Zeta Tau (Seton Hall University) 1988 Norman Berkman, Omicron (Syracuse) (Syracuse University) 1957 Adam Marc Berman, Alpha Zeta (University of Florida) 2000 Mark H. Berman, M.D., Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1974 Hunter A. Biederman, Esq., Alpha Zeta (University of Florida) 2000 Philip F. Blumberg, Alpha Pi (The Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) 1979 Charles G. Boardman, Psi (University of Alabama) 1984 William Stephen Boshnick, Alpha Xi (Washington University-St.Louis) 1990 Jonathan A. Brown, Gamma Psi (Northeastern University) 1986 Joshua C. Brown, Phi Alpha Alpha (The George Washington University) 2012 Daniel Carbajal, Kappa (Cornell University) 2003 David F. Chavenson, Iota (Dickinson College) 1973 Steven M. Clein, Zeta Alpha (Florida State University) 1991 Gerald J. Clericuzio, Alpha Gamma (Vanderbilt University) 1971 Adam L. Cohen, Rho (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 2001 Edward S. Cohen, Rho (University of Richmond) 1964 Nathan A. Cohen, Beta Alpha Theta (University of Colorado Boulder) 2007

Russell J. Cohen, Alpha Omega (University of Miami) 1992 Steven M. Cohen, Theta (University of Pennsylvania) 1999 Jason J. Colombini, Eta Mu (California Poly. State-San Luis Obispo) 2014 Sean P. Conklin, Eta Iota (State University of New York-Plattsburgh) 2014 Reuben Seth Davidsohn, Psi (University of Alabama) 1995 Erik J. Dawson, Mu (Boston) (Boston University) 2006 Ms. Lisa Velazquez DeNapoli Charles Ignatius Dohoney, Jr. Manuel Dominguez, Gamma Nu (California State Univ.-Los Angeles) 1982 Dennis Duitch, Alpha Kappa (University of Wisconsin-Madison) 1966 Dr. Branden M. Engorn, Beta Zeta Epsilon (Univ. of Maryland – C. Park) 2004 Dr. Howard Robert Epstein, Alpha Xi (Washington University-St.Louis) 1986 Everett Evnen, Alpha Theta (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) 1948 Andrew J. Feltman, Xi (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 1990 Dr. Alvin S. Felzenberg, Beta Delta (Rutgers State Univ. of New Jersey) 1971 Tom Fineman, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1967 Howard S. Fleisig, Xi (Georgia Institute of Technology) 1972 Martin Fox, Gamma Beta (California State Univ.-Northridge) 1969 Samuel D. Franco, Beta Tau (Widener University) 1977 Daniel H. Frankenstein, Alpha Eta (University of California-Berkeley) 2004 Calvin A. Freedman, Alpha Beta (Temple University) 1961 Jon D. Friedman, Phi Alpha Alpha (The George Washington University) 2013 Kenneth G. Friedman, Alpha Nu (Muhlenberg College) 1957 Louis L. Gadless, Beta Lambda (San Diego State University) 1965 Deborah Lazar Galant Mrs. Cassandra Gaylor White Dr. Jeffrey Steven Genecov, DDS, Lambda (Univ. of Texas at Austin) 1981 Carl S. Gewirz, Theta (University of Pennsylvania) 1953 Brent S. Giannotta, Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) 2004 Aurelio D. Giordano, Beta Xi (Brooklyn College) 2002 Henry H. Goldberg, Beta Zeta (Univ. of Maryland - College Park) 1959 Laurence Goldman, Gamma Beta (California State Univ.-Northridge) 1972 Stephen Lance Goldner, Psi (University of Alabama) 1971 Joshua A. Golub, Epsilon Phi (Brandeis University) 2007 Brett A. Gordon, Mu (Boston University) 1990 Jill Granader Eugene M. Grant, Eta (University of Michigan) 1938 Matthew P. Green, Mu (University of Georgia) 1977 John A. Greenhall, Esq., Alpha Tau (Franklin & Marshall College) 1984 Keith Michael Gregory, Alpha Rho (Univ. of California-Los Angeles) 1981 Cy Gruberg, Ph.D., Beta Mu (Rider University) 1948 Charles S. Heftman, Eta (Michigan) (University of Michigan) 1982 Dr. Holly Schaefer Henebry Jon K. Hirschtick, Xi (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 1983 Adam D. Isrow, Alpha Omicron (University of Arizona) 1992 Douglas M. Jacobs, Sigma (Tulane University) 1977 Dr. Wayne E. Jacobs, Alpha Omega (University of Miami) 1987 Michael S. Jaffee, Alpha Zeta (University of Florida) 1986 Michael I. Kahn, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1980 Barry G. Kaiman, Beta Delta (Rutgers State University of New Jersey) 1972 Mark D. Kaplan, Gamma Chi (University of South Florida) 1970 Lowell D. Katz, M.D., Gamma Zeta (University of Louisville) 1968 Patrick J. Kennedy, Beta Pi (California State University-Long Beach) 1972 Jesse P. Kopp, Delta Eta (Lynn University) 2011 Eugene F. Korth, Epsilon (Univ. of Maryland - College Park) 1965 Andrew M. Kowalevicz, Jr., Zeta Kappa (Univ. of Maryland-Balt. County) 1998 Mrs. Polly A. Kraus Harry L. Krausman, Alpha Tau (Long Island University) 1969 Mrs. Mardi Swartz Kunik Philip N. Larman, Sigma (Tulane University) 1981 Dr. Jeffrey Larson Malcolm H Lazarus, Theta (University of Pennsylvania) 1954 Steven Martin Lefkowitz Richard S. Lenat, Tau (University of California-Berkeley) 1967 David Kory Lerner, Gamma Lambda (University of Hartford) 2011

Edward J. Linky, Beta Delta (Rutgers State University of New Jersey) 1967 Joseph Gregory Lubeck Gary L. Mandell, Theta (University of Pennsylvania) 1979 David M. Mars, Mu (Boston) (Boston University) 1998 Joel K. Mayer, Eta (Michigan) (University of Michigan) 1985 Jeffrey S. McConnell, Alpha Gamma (Vanderbilt University) 1996 Carter Del McCormick, Alpha Pi (Univ. of N. Carolina at Chapel Hill) 2015 Jay P. Miller, Alpha (City College of New York) 1969 Michael H. Montano, Gamma Nu (California State Univ.-Los Angeles) 1983 Angelo S. Morello, Gamma Phi (Hofstra University) 1990 Jordan M. Moss, Rho (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 1997 Robert Myman, Gamma Beta (California State Univ.-Northridge) 1967 Dr. Zachary P. Nahmias, Gamma Mu (University of Memphis) 2010 Lewis Nerman, Omega (University of Missouri) 1971 Richard K. Newman, Alpha Omega (University of Miami) 1978 David J. Oheb, Mu (Boston) (Boston University) 2013 Benjamin Ohebshalom, Gamma (NYU) (New York University) 1989 Richard A. Optican, Omega (University of Missouri) 1954 David G. Palmquist, Gamma Rho (Eastern New Mexico University) 1969 Darrell B. Pash, Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) 1970 Franklin Paulson, Beta Beta (American University) 1961 Joseph L. Pereira, Gamma Xi (University of California-Santa Barbara) 1996 Meyer J. Persow, Iota (University of Denver) 1980 Robert F. Rabin, Sigma (Tulane University) 1987 Mitchell J. Racoosin, Epsilon (Univ. of Maryland - College Park) 1981 Dr. Lenny Ramirez Russel J. Raye, Delta Alpha (Kent State University) 1972 Dr. Ronald S. Rembisz, Ph.D., Zeta Tau (Seton Hall University) 1969 Richard D. Ribakove, Gamma Phi (Hofstra University) 1976 Thomas Stewart Ricketts Herbert R. Rubenstein, Alpha Epsilon (Washington and Lee University) 1974 Arnold J Rubin, Beta Epsilon (Michigan State University) 1959 Dr. Howard Stanley Rubin, Gamma Beta (Cal. State Univ.-Northridge) 1967 Mrs. Kimberly Jean Sachar Ralph T. Salier-Hellendag, Gamma (Northwestern Univ.) 1976 Ari Devon Sandel, Alpha Omicron (University of Arizona) 1998 Purnanand Duddu Sarma Michael J. Saxvik, Gamma (Northwestern University) 2003 David J Schaming, Beta Mu (Rider University) 1989 Thomas Daniel Sciuto David A. Seplow, Gamma Chi (University of South Florida) 1990 Tad S. Shapiro, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1977 Jordan R. Sherwood, Rho (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 2003 Mrs. Linda Simon Steven David Spector, Rho (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 1979 Joseph Sperling, Epsilon (Univ. of Maryland - College Park) 1968 Howard D. Steinberg, Alpha Xi (Washington University-St.Louis) 1982 Lawrence (Larry) E. Steinberg, Lambda (University of Texas at Austin) 1957 Howard A. Strelsin, Beta Mu (Rider University) 1973 Leon C. Sunstein, Jr., Kappa (Cornell University) 1943 James L. Tenner, Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) 1953 Ms. Susan Tabas Tepper Dr. Peter Van Deerlin Peter J. Vapnek, Alpha Omega (University of Miami) 1991 Richard (Dick) E. Wagner, Delta (Columbia University) 1954 Martin J. Waldbaum, Iota (University of Denver) 1974 Thomas M. Warschauer, Ph.D., Beta Alpha (Univ. of Colorado Boulder) 1969 Gary Stephen Weinstein, Pi (University of Alabama) 1973 Daniel C. Weitzman, Beta Tau (California State University-Sacramento) 1993 Michael B. Werner, Rho (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 1964 James J. White, Theta Alpha (University of Massachusetts-Amherst) 2007 Michael Alan Wilenzick, Alpha Mu (University of Washington) 1990 Grant Family Foundation Jewish Community Foundation


E V E R LOYA L S O C I E T Y

January 1, 2015–June 13, 2016

The Ever Loyal Society recognizes all donors who have consistently given to the Zeta Beta Tau Foundation with gifts in consecutive fiscal years. ([##] = consecutive fiscal years) Dr. Erwin Lesser, Alpha Psi (Pennsylvania State University) 1950 [43] Fred Diamond, Alpha Zeta (University of Florida) 1952 [41] Donald H. Bernstein, Rho (Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 1960 [33] Louis L. Gadless, Beta Lambda (San Diego State University) 1965 [32] Irving M. Chase, Esq., Alpha Rho (Univ. of California-Los Angeles) 1974 [32] Saul A. Fern, Pi (Boston University) 1954 [31] Calvin Vinick, Alpha Alpha (University of Connecticut) 1952 [30] Mark H. Weisberg, Gamma Nu (California State Univ.-Los Angeles) 1976 [29] Craig J. Wild, CPA, Gamma Phi (Hofstra University) 1979 [28] Warren H. Heilbronner, Alpha Iota (Cornell University) 1941 [26] Walter N. Cohen, Alpha Pi (Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) 1972 [26] Carl Weinberg, Alpha Eta (University of California-Berkeley) 1952 [25] Douglas A. Bodner, Xi (Georgia Institute of Technology) 1987 [25] Alan Stone, Theta (University of Pennsylvania) 1951 [24] Steven S. Mathes, Sigma (Tulane University) 1978 [24] Peter M. Auteri, Delta Pi (Fairleigh Dickinson Univ.-Metropolitan) 1973 [24] Dr. Edward C. Friedland, Gamma (NYU) (New York University) 1957 [23] James B. Drotman, Zeta Lambda (Stephen F. Austin State University) 1993 [23] William J. Dennis, Jr., Alpha (University of Rochester) 1974 [23] Frederick E. Schatz, Eta (University of Michigan) 1957 [22] James J. Reisert, Xi (MIT) (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 1986 [22] Hillard M. Lazarus, M.D., Delta Tau (Carnegie Mellon University) 1970 [22] Ron H. Kaufman, Alpha Eta (University of California-Berkeley) 1955 [22] Timothy A. Juergens, Gamma Beta (University of New Haven) 1988 [22] Alan R. Heller, Epsilon (Univ. of Maryland - College Park) 1985 [22] Laurence I. Pitts, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1979 [21] Harold R. Oseff, Esq., Eta (University of Michigan) 1968 [21] Paul R. Mande’, Xi (Georgia Institute of Technology) 1969 [21] Gregg F. Witt, Iota (University of Denver) 1977 [20] Robert I. Rosenberg, Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) 1966 [20] Faron A. Lewitt, Psi (University of Alabama) 1997 [20] Stephen Katz, Gamma Iota (Western Michigan University) 1968 [20] Bret W. Hrbek, Delta Xi (Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State Univ.) 1996 [20] Sherman Geeser, Pi (University of Alabama) 1955 [19] Stephen P. Ehrlich, Esq., Iota (University of Denver) 1970 [19] Michael D. Cimini, Kappa (Cornell University) 1992 [19] Morton L. Mandel, Lambda (Case Western Reserve University) 1943 [17] Murray I. Levine, Psi (University of Alabama) 1964 [17] Edward Hyans, Psi (University of Alabama) 1955 [17] Harvey A. Helman, Xi (Georgia Institute of Technology) 1970 [17] Steven R. Federman, Sigma (Polytechnic Institute of New York Univ.) 1971 [17] Robert I. Elan, Esq., Delta Alpha (Kent State University) 1971 [17] Harold A. Davidson, Ph.D., Alpha Delta (Univ. of Southern California) 1965 [17] Robert Barnett, Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) 1951 [17] Dr. Lionel C. Kimerling, Xi (MIT) (Massachusetts Institute of Tech.) 1965 [16] Michael A. Wilenzick, Alpha Mu (University of Washington) 1990 [15] Karl Smith, Beta Gamma (Indiana University Bloomington) 1977 [15] Joel Glass, Alpha Kappa (University of Wisconsin-Madison) 1967 [15] Andrew F. Ashwal, Beta Zeta Epsilon (Univ. of Maryland - College Park) 2001 [15] Richard S. Simon, Phi (University of Michigan) 1943 [14] Kenneth E. Joyner, Mu (University of Georgia) 1975 [14] Robert M. Wilson, Alpha Phi (Miami University) 1974 [13] Scott E. Silberfein, Esq., Epsilon Theta (University of Delaware) 1994 [13] Stephen A. Segal, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1976 [13] Dr. Herschel A. Rubin, Nu (The Ohio State University) 1937 [13] Arthur D. Peffer, III, Delta Omicron (University of Tampa) 1974 [13]

Steven G. Fischer, Theta (University of Pennsylvania) 1966 [13] Mark W. Battaglino, PHR, Zeta Tau (Seton Hall University) 1988 [13] Barry M. Aarons, Gamma Tau (Arizona State University) 1971 [13] Michael F. Zarb, Beta Alpha Chi (York College of Pennsylvania) 1992 [12] James P. Summers, Gamma Epsilon (Marshall University) 1970 [12] Robert B. Silverman, Gamma Chi (University of South Florida) 1971 [12] Cliff S. Schneider, Esq., Alpha Zeta (University of Florida) 2000 [12] John E. Kaltschnee, Zeta Theta (Western Connecticut State Univ.) 1996 [12] Michael V. Jordan, Rho Iota (University of Rhode Island) 2002 [12] Edward M. Fischer, Sigma (Polytechnic Institute of New York Univ.) 1956 [12] Jerome D. Carr, Epsilon (Univ. of Maryland - College Park) 1973 [12] Jeffrey J. Bakker, Delta Lambda (Monmouth College) 1990 [12] Matthew J. Rubins, Kappa (Cornell University) 1990 [11] Ronald A. Pardo, Alpha Omicron (University of Arizona) 1988 [11] Adam Oliveri, Rho Iota (University of Rhode Island) 2005 [11] Edward J. Linky, Beta Delta (Rutgers State Univ. of New Jersey) 1967 [11] Scott A. Krivis, Gamma Beta (California State Univ.-Northridge) 1982 [11] Richard M. Kaufman, Alpha Gamma (Vanderbilt University) 1956 [11] Newton Jack Harband, M.D., Tau (University of California-Berkeley) 1962 [11] Brett A. Gordon, Mu (Boston University) 1990 [11] Dr. Branden M. Engorn, Beta Zeta Epsilon (U. of Maryland - College Park) 2004 [11] James M. Ehrlich, Iota (University of Denver) 1977 [11] Dr. Lawrence A. Domont, Theta (University of Pennsylvania) 1970 [11] Steven J. Davidson, Gamma Phi (Hofstra University) 1984 [11] Matthew I. Tobe, Beta Alpha Theta (University of Colorado Boulder) 2006 [10] Frederick J. Solomon, Sr., Beta Lambda (San Diego State University) 1959 [10] William I. Smulyan, M.D., Alpha Tau (Franklin & Marshall College) 1965 [10] Stuart M. Shalloway, Alpha Theta (University of South Carolina) 1982 [10] Michael J. Saxvik, Gamma (Northwestern University) 2003 [10] David W. Sampliner, Delta (Columbia University) 1950 [10] Brian D. Ruben, CPA, Gamma (Northwestern University) 1994 [10] Daniel B. Robbins, Rho Iota (University of Rhode Island) 2006 [10] Daniel P Riley, Rho Iota (University of Rhode Island) 2006 [10] Jeffrey Rehm, Alpha Xi (Washington University-St.Louis) 1965 [10] Matthew P. Malachowski, Rho Iota (University of Rhode Island) 2006 [10] Richard A. Leventhal, Beta Gamma (Indiana University Bloomington) 1969 [10] Michael S. Jaffee, Alpha Zeta (University of Florida) 1986 [10] James E. Greer, Jr., Beta Pi (California State University-Long Beach) 1964 [10] Ethan Goldman, Theta (University of Pennsylvania) 1978 [10] Bryan M. Frost, Rho Iota (University of Rhode Island) 2004 [10] Jeremy M. Cramer, Gamma Beta (California State Univ.-Northridge) 2001 [10] Russell J. Cohen, Alpha Omega (University of Miami) 1992 [10] Laurence A. Bolotin, Alpha Zeta (University of Florida) 2001 [10] Myles K. Beck, Omega (University of Missouri) 1967 [10] Richard A. Barron, Xi (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 1975 [10] James M. Yasinow, Nu (The Ohio State University) 1953 [9] Bruce Howard Weinstein, Psi (University of Alabama) 1970 [9] Rabbi Lane B. Steinger, Alpha Epsilon (Washington and Lee Univ.) 1968 [9] George M. St. George, Ph.D., Xi (Massachusetts Institute of Techn.) 1976 [9] Steven D. Spector, Rho (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 1979 [9] Herbert J. Solomon, Beta Lambda (San Diego State University) 1956 [9] Ernst Preis, Jr., Pi (Louisiana State University) 1971 [9] Howard C. Pizer, Alpha Kappa (University of Wisconsin-Madison) 1963 [9] Daniel A. Owens, Delta Xi (Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State Univ.) 1997 [9] Robert M. Olian, Beta Epsilon (Michigan State University) 1950 [9] Jerry Litwack, Nu (The Ohio State University) 1953 [9]

Robert S. Lipsey, Beta Zeta (Philadelphia Coll. of Textiles & Science) 1972 [9] Petar Lemajic, Zeta Epsilon (Pennsylvania State University) 1998 [9] Gerald L. Lasky, Alpha Theta (Rutgers State Univ. of New Jersey) 1960 [9] Robert W. Krensky, Omicron (Syracuse) (Syracuse University) 1956 [9] Andrew M. Kowalevicz, Jr., Zeta Kappa (U. of Maryland-Balt. County) 1998 [9] Jerry N. Katz, CPA, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1976 [9] Michael J. Horvitz, Theta (University of Pennsylvania) 1972 [9] Alan B. Gubernick, Alpha Nu (Muhlenberg College) 1983 [9] Irwin D. Goldring, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1953 [9] Kenneth G. Friedman, Alpha Nu (Muhlenberg College) 1957 [9] Christopher R. Ensor, Rho Iota (University of Rhode Island) 2006 [9] Irving (Buddy) L. Cooper 1952 [9] Nathan A. Cohen, Beta Alpha Theta (University of Colorado Boulder) 2007 [9] Herbert M. Bridge, Alpha Mu (University of Washington) 1946 [9] Richard N. Abrams, CPA, Rho (Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 1963 [9] Ronald I. Zall, Beta Alpha (University of Colorado Boulder) 1951 [8] Thomas M. Warschauer, Ph.D., Beta Alpha (Univ. of Colorado Boulder) 1969 [8] Neil C. Schoen, Ph.D., Beta Delta (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute) 1964 [8] B. D. Owen, Alpha Omega (University of Miami) 1963 [8] Barry Lhormer, Beta Epsilon (Michigan State University) 1956 [8] Lowell D. Katz, M.D., Gamma Zeta (University of Louisville) 1968 [8] Dr. Stephen D. Kaster, Gamma (New York University) 1956 [8] Kenneth A. Grodner, Psi (University of Alabama) 1981 [8] Marvin S. Goldsmith, Alpha Kappa (Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison) 1957 [8] Neal E. Goldrich, Gamma Phi (Hofstra University) 1977 [8] Vincent A. Ammirato, Esq., Beta Pi (California State Univ.-Long Beach) 1968 [8] Leonard J. Adler, Theta (University of Pennsylvania) 1975 [8] Wayne D. Wisbaum, Kappa (Cornell University) 1956 [7] Charles I. Wexler, Nu (The Ohio State University) 1968 [7] Bernard E. Weissman, Ph.D., Xi (Massachusetts Institute of Tech.) 1975 [7] Ernest N. Wasserman, Alpha Omega (University of Miami) 1957 [7] Norman M. Waas, Esq., Alpha Omega (University of Miami) 1982 [7] David Uhlfelder, CPA, Epsilon (Univ. of Maryland - College Park) 1956 [7] Michael S. Swiskay, Theta (University of Pennsylvania) 1982 [7] Russell L. Smith, Alpha Gamma (Vanderbilt University) 1968 [7] Albert H. Small, Chi (University of Virginia) 1946 [7] Dennis S. Sluka, Beta Delta (Rutgers State University of New Jersey) 1973 [7] Ralph T. Salier-Hellendag, Gamma (Northwestern University) 1976 [7] Edward B. Russnow, Alpha (The George Washington University) 1988 [7] Richard E. Romano, Gamma Nu (California State Univ.-Los Angeles) 1971 [7] Burton S. Resnic, Alpha Xi (Washington University-St.Louis) 1950 [7] Curtis R. Quitzau, Rho Iota (University of Rhode Island) 1985 [7] Lawrence N. Paper 1954 [7] Norman H. Needel, M.D., Beta Delta (Rutgers State Univ. of New Jersey) 1965 [7] Kevin M. McAlpin, Gamma Nu (California State Univ.-Los Angeles) 1986 [7] Edward M. Lux, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1980 [7] Thomas J. LeCompte, Xi (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 1985 [7] David Kreisman, Alpha Beta (University of Chicago) 1960 [7] Brian T. Kloss, Zeta Xi (Gannon University) 1999 [7] Robert M. Kline, Beta Pi (California State University-Long Beach) 1965 [7] Richard Ketover, Gamma (NYU) (New York University) 1957 [7] Brandon D. Keene, Rho (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 2008 [7] Darin S. Katz, Ph.D., Alpha Psi (Pennsylvania State University) 1990 [7] Brian A. Hoffman, Sigma (Tulane University) 2009 [7] Joel Henkin, Alpha (City College of New York) 1964 [7] Stephen C. Helfgott, Alpha (City College of New York) 1969 [7]


E V E R L OYA L S O C I E T Y C O N T I N U E D Ronald J. Grueskin, Gamma (Northwestern University) 1957 [7] Cy Gruberg, Ph.D., Beta Mu (Rider University) 1948 [7] Warren H. Grant, Theta (University of Pennsylvania) 1976 [7] Calvin A. Freedman, Alpha Beta (Temple University) 1961 [7] Stuart A. Fraser, Omega (University of Missouri) 1983 [7] Howard S. Fleisig, Xi (Georgia Institute of Technology) 1972 [7] Stephen J. Dienstfrey, Beta Pi (California State Univ.-Long Beach) 1965 [7] Reuben S. Davidsohn, Psi (University of Alabama) 1995 [7] Harold Cramer, Alpha Beta (Temple University) 1948 [7] John R. Charney, M.D., Alpha Eta (University of California-Berkeley) 1969 [7] Jerald J. Brownstein, Alpha Tau (Franklin & Marshall College) 1963 [7] Brett M. Bressler, Sigma (Tulane University) 1986 [7] Robert B. Bregman, Jr., Alpha Rho (Univ. of California-Los Angeles) 1953 [7] Leonard N. Block, Rho (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 1953 [7] John Bergacs, III, Delta Pi (Fairleigh Dickinson Univ.-Metropolitan) 1973 [7] Robert Baime, Mu (University of Chicago) 1960 [7] Neil M. Yaris, Alpha Xi (Washington University-St.Louis) 1986 [6] Daniel C. Weitzman, Beta Tau (California State Univ.-Sacramento) 1993 [6] Jon D. Totz, Lambda (University of Texas at Austin) 1956 [6] Roberto E. Tillman, Delta Psi (Stony Brook University) 1978 [6] Howard A. Strelsin, Beta Mu (Rider University) 1973 [6] Lawrence I. Strauss, Gamma Iota (Western Michigan University) 1967 [6] Ashley S. Steinhart, Esq., Beta Epsilon (Michigan State University) 1964 [6] Morris H. Stalk, Beta Pi (California State University-Long Beach) 1961 [6] Adam E. Simon, Theta Alpha (University of Massachusetts-Amherst) 2005 [6] Barry J. Schlossberg, Beta Mu (Rider University) 1960 [6] David H. Schachnovsky, Beta Epsilon (Michigan State University) 1959 [6] Gene Rowe, Alpha Omicron (University of Arizona) 1961 [6] Sidney M. Rosen, Alpha Omicron (University of Arizona) 1961 [6] Richard E. Robbins, Xi (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 1984 [6] Richard D. Ribakove, Gamma Phi (Hofstra University) 1976 [6] Robert B. Prizer, Chi Mu (New York University) 1959 [6] Dr. Zachary P Nahmias, Gamma Mu (University of Memphis) 2010 [6] Daniel K. Mintz, Alpha Mu (University of Washington) 1985 [6] Jeffrey S. McConnell, Alpha Gamma (Vanderbilt University) 1996 [6] Kent L. Mardon, Esq., Omicron (Syracuse) (Syracuse University) 1959 [6] Gary L. Mandell, Theta (University of Pennsylvania) 1979 [6] David W. Lockshin, Omicron (The Ohio State University) 1949 [6] Bryan S. Levy, Alpha Mu (University of Washington) 2001 [6] Morton H. Levey, Lambda (University of Texas at Austin) 1983 [6] Harry A. Koehler, Beta Pi (California State University-Long Beach) 1974 [6] Mark B. Key, Beta Gamma (Indiana University Bloomington) 1990 [6] Richard L. Kaplan, Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) 1965 [6] Barry G. Kaiman, Beta Delta (Rutgers State Univ. of New Jersey) 1972 [6] Mark A. Itkin, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1975 [6] Steven J. Herman, Psi (University of Alabama) 1989 [6] John A. Harris, Phi (University of Michigan) 1958 [6] Henry H. Goldberg, Beta Zeta (Univ. of Maryland - College Park) 1959 [6] Sean Phillip Gilliam, Zeta Alpha (Florida State University) 2009 [6] David H. Fink, Iota (Union College) 1956 [6] David F. Chavenson, Iota (Dickinson College) 1973 [6] Alan Cason, Mu (University of Georgia) 1979 [6] Norman Berkman, Omicron (Syracuse) (Syracuse University) 1957 [6] Charles H. Baren, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1984 [6] Harold F. Widlansky, Beta Epsilon (Michigan State University) 1992 [5] Michael B. Werner, Rho (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 1964 [5] Paul Wachter, Alpha Nu (University of Tennessee-Knoxville) 1968 [5] Herbert A. Tobin, Iota (University of Denver) 1962 [5] Leon C. Sunstein, Jr., Kappa (Cornell University) 1943 [5] Morrie Siegel, Iota (University of Denver) 1974 [5] Michael J. Shartiag, Beta Gamma (Indiana University Bloomington) 1983 [5] John B. Sang, Gamma Xi (University of California-Santa Barbara) 1987 [5] Avram Salkin, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1956 [5] Stephen B. Rycroft, Alpha Tau (Franklin & Marshall College) 1983 [5]

The Zeta Beta Tau Foundation hosted a brotherhood event at fine art workshop and publishing house Gemini G.E.L. in Los Angeles in March 2016. Brother Sidney B. Felsen, Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) ’50, is co-founder of the gallery. (From left to right) Brother Felsen greeted Mrs. Linda Katz and Zeta Beta Tau Foundation Treasurer Jerry N. Katz, CPA, Alpha Rho (University of California, Los Angeles) ’76, at the event. Kevin J. Rich, Delta Chi (Bentley University) 1984 [5] Dr. Ronald S Rembisz, Ph.D., Zeta Tau (Seton Hall University) 1969 [5] Harry S. Lutz, Xi (Georgia Institute of Technology) 1967 [5] Irwin Levowitz, Beta Xi (Brooklyn College) 1962 [5] David Kory Lerner, Gamma Lambda (University of Hartford) 2011 [5] Jason A. Krane, Gamma Lambda (University of Hartford) 2010 [5] George Kaufman, Nu (The Ohio State University) 1949 [5] Stanley Kaufman, Lambda (Case Western Reserve University) 1970 [5] Alexander H. Katz, Gamma Lambda (University of Hartford) 2011 [5] Stephen I. Karp, Gamma Theta (Queens College) 1970 [5] Michael J. Kantner, Kappa Nu Kappa (Rensselaer Poly. Institute) 1992 [5] Jack Guttman, Sigma (Tulane University) 1969 [5] Daniel M. Goodman, Iota (University of Denver) 2008 [5] Richard C. Goodman, Iota (University of Denver) 1978 [5] Edward M. Goldston, Alpha Psi (Pennsylvania State University) 1957 [5] Bruce Goldhagen, Gamma Psi (Northeastern University) 1976 [5] Ian Golden, Beta Gamma (Indiana University Bloomington) 1967 [5] Paul A. Gitman, Alpha (Columbia University) 1962 [5] Nathan D. Fox, Beta Alpha Theta (University of Colorado Boulder) 2009 [5] Tom Fineman, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1967 [5] Daniel P. Easton, Kappa Phi (Alfred University) 1976 [5] Michael F. Easton, Alpha Alpha (Purdue University) 2012 [5]

Andrew M. Bursten, Sigma (Tulane University) 1981 [5] William J. Burns, Sigma (Polytechnic Institute of New York University) 1973 [5] Richard A. Blenden, Alpha (The George Washington University) 1987 [5] Hunter A. Biederman, Esq., Alpha Zeta (University of Florida) 2000 [5] Louis Banez, Jr, Kappa Nu (University of San Francisco) 1987 [5] Jay G. Axelrod, Theta (University of Pennsylvania) 1974 [5] Edward A. Applbaum, Alpha Rho (Univ. of California-Los Angeles) 1965 [5] Joseph F. Alfidi, Beta Lambda (San Diego State University) 1997 [5] John Zeller, Nu (The Ohio State University) 1968 [4] Robert A. Youdelman, Lambda (Case Western Reserve University) 1963 [4] Robert Wollin, Alpha Mu (University of Washington) 1957 [4] Dennis E. Winson, D.D.S., Epsilon (Univ. of Maryland - College Park) 1961 [4] James H. Weinberg, Sigma (Tulane University) 1983 [4] Bruce S. Tucker, Alpha Omega (University of Miami) 1956 [4] Lee A. Train, Sigma (Tulane University) 1962 [4] Col. Michael J. Topper, DVM, Mu (University of Georgia) 1976 [4] Marc D. Stine, Omega (University of Missouri) 1969 [4] Frank J. Spitalny, Beta Delta (Rutgers State Univ. of New Jersey) 1950 [4] Ronald R. Sklare, Sigma (Tulane University) 1990 [4] Jonathan H. Simon, Theta (University of Pennsylvania) 1987 [4] Zachary R. Silvers, Rho (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 1997 [4] Robert M. Shulman, Xi (Georgia Institute of Technology) 1969 [4] Curtis L. Shollenberger, Beta Tau (Widener University) 1981 [4] Paul E. Schneider, Gamma (Northwestern University) 1950 [4] David J. Schaming, Beta Mu (Rider University) 1989 [4] Joseph Sapir, Gamma (New York University) 1957 [4] Roger (Biff) F. Ruttenberg, Theta (University of Pennsylvania) 1966 [4] Stephen M. Rousso, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1966 [4] Scott B. Roberts, Alpha Zeta (University of Florida) 1984 [4] Lawrence E. Putterman, Iota (University of Denver) 1970 [4] Seymour S. Phillips, Alpha Iota (University of Kentucky) 1943 [4] Joseph L. Pereira, Gamma Xi (Univ. of California-Santa Barbara) 1996 [4] Darrell B. Pash, Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) 1970 [4] David G. Palmquist, Gamma Rho (Eastern New Mexico University) 1969 [4] Daniel S. Orwasher, Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) 2001 [4] Mark S. Novak, Rho (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 1957 [4] Steve W. Nehmen, Omega (University of Missouri) 1976 [4] A. Sandy Myers, Iota (University of Denver) 1967 [4] William D. Markenson, Alpha Rho (Univ. of California-Los Angeles) 1963 [4] Edward L. Lux, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1951 [4] Brian A. Lobuts, Alpha (The George Washington University) 1983 [4] Robert H. Lewis, Delta Theta (University of Charleston) 1975 [4] Gregory S. Lewis, Alpha Omicron (University of Arizona) 1996 [4] Yaier Y. Lehrer, Beta Phi (University of Pittsburgh) 1976 [4] M. Jeff King, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1961 [4] James B. Kalin, Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) 2014 [4] Mark A. Ivener, Rho (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 1964 [4] Ealon A. Hubbert, III, Alpha Eta (University of California-Berkeley) 1982 [4] Daniel M. Howard, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1977 [4] Abby L. Hans, Gamma Eta (Bradley University) 1969 [4] Matthew P. Green, Mu (University of Georgia) 1977 [4] Laurence Goldman, Gamma Beta (California State Univ.-Northridge) 1972 [4] Steven E. Gold, Alpha Omega (University of Miami) 2000 [4] Norman Glosserman, Sigma (Tulane University) 1959 [4] Brent S. Giannotta, Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) 2004 [4] Stanley P. Frank, Alpha Gamma (Vanderbilt University) 1958 [4] Ira J. Fischman, Eta (University of Pennsylvania) 1959 [4] Dr. Alvin S. Felzenberg, Beta Delta (Rutgers State Univ. of New Jersey) 1971 [4] Adam L. Cohen, Rho (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 2001 [4] Gerald J. Clericuzio, Alpha Gamma (Vanderbilt University) 1971 [4] Martin H. Blank, Jr., Alpha Eta (University of California-Berkeley) 1963 [4] Mark H. Berman, M.D., Alpha Rho (Univ. of California-Los Angeles) 1974 [4] Peter M. Berk, Alpha (The George Washington University) 1987 [4] Merwyn S. Bear, Zeta (University of Pennsylvania) 1958 [4]


E V E R L OYA L S O C I E T Y C O N T I N U E D Steven D. Altmann, Psi (University of Alabama) 1989 [4] Dr. Elliot M. Altman, Nu (The Ohio State University) 1959 [4] Philip M. Waxberg, Alpha (City College of New York) 1966 [3] David S. Wax, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1977 [3] Jeffrey A. Trachtenberg, Alpha Omicron (University of Arizona) 1991 [3] Morton E. Tavel, M.D., Beta Gamma (Indiana University Bloomington) 1954 [3] Charles R. Swartz, Chi (University of Virginia) 1965 [3] Herbert F. Slavin, Alpha Beta (University of California-Los Angeles) 1953 [3] Dr. Burton Singerman, Lambda (Case Western Reserve University) 1969 [3] Louis E. Sigman, Pi (University of Wisconsin-Madison) 1966 [3] Michael L. Sehn, Mu (Boston) (Boston University) 2012 [3] Walter F. Schwartz, M.D., Sigma (Tulane University) 1950 [3] Lee A. Schnitzer, Beta Delta (Rutgers State Univ. of New Jersey) 1992 [3] David S. Safran, Gamma Psi (Northeastern University) 1970 [3] Herbert R. Rubenstein, Alpha Epsilon (Washington and Lee Univ.) 1974 [3] Harold S. Prigozen, Omicron (The Ohio State University) 1941 [3] Michael A. Pollack-Twomey, Delta Beta (University of Connecticut) 2013 [3] Stephen D. Palmour, Mu (University of Georgia) 1976 [3] Robert J. Opitz, Jr., Beta Delta (Rutgers State Univ. of New Jersey) 1992 [3] Marc Needleman, Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) 1969 [3] Marc B. Nathanson, Iota (University of Denver) 1967 [3] Joel K. Mayer, Eta (Michigan) (University of Michigan) 1985 [3] James S. Mamary, Beta Delta (Rutgers State Univ. of New Jersey) 1975 [3] Wayne E. Lippman, Alpha Psi (Pennsylvania State University) 1958 [3] Stephen Lebowitz, Alpha (City College of New York) 1968 [3] Richard Krelstein, Alpha Nu (University of Tennessee-Knoxville) 1959 [3] Lawrence H. Kraft, Nu (The Ohio State University) 1971 [3] Dr. Allan E. Kornberg, Xi (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 1975 [3] Solomon S. Klioze, Alpha Pi (Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) 1968 [3] David I. Karp, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1976 [3] Edward E. Joffe, Alpha Gamma (University of Michigan) 1942 [3] Leo R. Jalenak, Jr., Sigma (Tulane University) 1951 [3] Lawrence A. Heilbronner, Epsilon Delta (Binghamton Univ. - SUNY) 1987 [3] Gregory A. Harding, Alpha Omicron (University of Arizona) 1995 [3] David C. Gurnick, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1981 [3] Keith M. Gregory, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1981 [3] William H. Fleece, Nu (The Ohio State University) 1957 [3] Donald C. Fisher, Beta Gamma (Indiana University Bloomington) 1954 [3] Dr. Mark L. Fisher, Alpha Tau (Franklin & Marshall College) 1962 [3] Joel Mark Epstein, Sigma (Tulane University) 1987 [3] James S. Duberstein, Nu (The Ohio State University) 1958 [3] Manuel Dominguez, Gamma Nu (California State Univ.-Los Angeles) 1982 [3] Sean P. Conklin, Eta Iota (State University of New York-Plattsburgh) 2014 [3] Jason J. Colombini, Eta Mu (California Poly. State-San Luis Obispo) 2014 [3] James S. Carlin, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1980 [3] Dennis Black, Kappa (Cornell University) 1965 [3] Barry H. Bauman, Psi (University of Alabama) 1978 [3] Stephen M. Bauman, Psi (University of Alabama) 1988 [3] Jonathan C. Balva, Delta Iota (University of Central Florida) 2013 [3] Taal M. Ashmann, Beta Epsilon (Michigan State University) 1999 [3] Marc L. Andres, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1982 [3] David I. Ackerman, Eta Lambda (Emory University) 1999 [3] Craig Alan Zimmett, Esq., Alpha Zeta (University of Florida) 1982 [2] Barry R. Woletz, Beta Delta (Rutgers State Univ. of New Jersey) 2014 [2] Robert B. Wilensky, Lambda (Case Western Reserve University) 1972 [2] James J. White, Theta Alpha (University of Massachusetts-Amherst) 2007 [2] Dr. Lawrence H. Werboff, Alpha Epsilon (Syracuse University) 1970 [2] Martin J. Waldbaum, Iota (University of Denver) 1974 [2] Richard (Dick) E. Wagner, Delta (Columbia University) 1954 [2] Michael Wachtell, Alpha (City College of New York) 1963 [2] Keith Vinnecour, Alpha Eta (University of California-Berkeley) 1961 [2] Benjamin L. Vine, Delta Eta (Lynn University) 2013 [2] Peter J. Vapnek, Alpha Omega (University of Miami) 1991 [2] John F. Vaccaro, Kappa (Cornell University) 1992 [2] John D. Stemen, Esq., Omicron (Tufts) (Tufts University) 1999 [2]

Howard D. Steinberg, Alpha Xi (Washington University-St.Louis) 1982 [2] John T. Stagich, II, Gamma Mu (University of Memphis) 2010 [2] Joseph Sperling, Epsilon (Univ. of Maryland - College Park) 1968 [2] Richard E. Songer, Beta Pi (California State University-Long Beach) 1965 [2] Stephen Sokolow, Beta Epsilon (Michigan State University) 1962 [2] Neil H. Sobel, Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) 1968 [2] Bruce E. Slovin, Beta (Cornell University) 1957 [2] Kevin J. Skaggs, Delta Eta (Lynn University) 2013 [2] Kenneth L. Simon, Beta Phi (University of Pittsburgh) 1975 [2] Alan Siegel, Beta Delta (Rutgers State University of New Jersey) 1961 [2] Mark S. Sherman, Gamma Beta (California State Univ.-Northridge) 1987 [2] Stephen A. Segall, Kappa (Cornell University) 2007 [2] Wayne H. Schwartz, Beta Psi (American University) 1988 [2] Jacob Harris Schwartz, Psi (University of Alabama) 2014 [2] David J. Schiebel, Nu (The Ohio State University) 1952 [2] Frederick Schenk, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1975 [2] J. L. Scheinker, Beta Zeta (Univ. of Maryland - College Park) 1959 [2] Benjamin I. Sanders, Beta Alpha Theta (Univ. of Colorado Boulder) 2016 [2] Joseph W. Salus, II, Eta (University of Pennsylvania) [2] George Rubin, Beta Gamma (Indiana University Bloomington) 1954 [2] Arnold J. Rubin, Beta Epsilon (Michigan State University) 1959 [2] Honorable Marvin D. Rowen, Alpha Beta (U. of California-Los Angeles) 1953 [2] Michael Rostin, Mu (University of Georgia) 2013 [2] Mark L. Rosenberg, Esq., Phi (University of Michigan) 1969 [2] David Ellis Rind, Delta Iota (University of Central Florida) 2014 [2] Richard S. Rhodes, Beta Gamma (Indiana University Bloomington) 1951 [2] Geoffrey H. Radbill, Beta Eta (Bowling Green State University) 1968 [2] Mitchell J. Racoosin, Epsilon (Univ. of Maryland - College Park) 1981 [2] Steven M. Rabin, Esq., Epsilon (Cornell University) 1967 [2] Jay L. Post, Omicron (Syracuse University) 2001 [2] Louis M. Perlmutter, Beta Alpha (University of Colorado Boulder) 1954 [2] Joseph F. Pells, Theta (University of Colorado Boulder) 1952 [2] Richard A. Optican, Omega (University of Missouri) 1954 [2] David J. Oheb, Mu (Boston University) 2013 [2] Adrian J. Obleton, Mu (University of Georgia) 2017 [2] Benjamin E. Novogroski, Esq., Delta Iota (Univ. of Central Florida) 2009 [2] Elliot E. Newman, Theta (Pennsylvania State University) 1959 [2] Lewis Nerman, Omega (University of Missouri) 1971 [2] Robert Myman, Gamma Beta (California State Univ.-Northridge) 1967 [2] Jordan M. Moss, Rho (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 1997 [2] Elihu H. Modlin, Epsilon (Union College) 1948 [2] Seth O. Mitchner, Alpha Eta (University of California-Berkeley) 1980 [2] John E. Mitchell, Gamma (Northwestern University) 1984 [2] Jay P. Miller, Alpha (City College of New York) 1969 [2] Sam Massell, Mu (University of Georgia) 1948 [2] Joseph M. Martini, Gamma Chi (University of South Florida) 2012 [2] Philip S. Manson, Mu (University of Georgia) 1980 [2] Dr. Philip J. Malvin, Mu (University of Georgia) 1956 [2] Jerome P. Magdovitz, Alpha Gamma (Vanderbilt University) 1957 [2] Seth Levine, CPA, Alpha Omega (University of Miami) 1984 [2] Brian H. Leventhal, Esq., Theta (University of Pennsylvania) 1993 [2] Harris J. Kuhn, Iota (University of Denver) 1973 [2] James P. Krasky, Alpha Iota (University of Kentucky) 1973 [2] George J. Kramer, Zeta (University of Pennsylvania) 1958 [2] Benjamin A. Koshkin, Delta Eta (Lynn University) 2012 [2] Jesse P. Kopp, Delta Eta (Lynn University) 2011 [2] Alan J. Kaufman, Beta Epsilon (Michigan State University) 1970 [2] Joshua H. Kaufman, Eta Xi (Univ. of North Carolina at Charlotte) 2014 [2] Mark D. Kaplan, Gamma Chi (University of South Florida) 1970 [2] Michael S. Kaplan, Iota (University of Denver) 1974 [2] Michael I. Kahn, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1980 [2] Ralph Joel, Gamma (NYU) (New York University) 1971 [2] Douglas M. Jacobs, Sigma (Tulane University) 1977 [2] Adam D. Isrow, Alpha Omicron (University of Arizona) 1992 [2] Sanford Holo, Phi (University of Michigan) 1960 [2]

Sheldon Hirst, Beta Gamma (Indiana University Bloomington) 1977 [2] Robert A. Herman, M.D., Pi (University of Wisconsin-Madison) 1968 [2] Charles S. Heftman, Eta (Michigan) (University of Michigan) 1982 [2] Allen S. Greene, Unknown Chapter (Unknown) 1968 [2] Joseph Green, Beta Alpha (University of Colorado Boulder) 1958 [2] Paul D. Gottfried, Gamma Chi (University of South Florida) 1990 [2] Raul Gonzalez, Gamma Nu (California State Univ.-Los Angeles) 1991 [2] Evan J. Goldstein, Beta Phi (University of Pittsburgh) 2009 [2] Christopher P. Goldsmith, Alpha Epsilon (Washington and Lee Univ.) 1977 [2] Stephen Lance Goldner, Psi (University of Alabama) 1971 [2] Stephen A. Gingold, Epsilon Beta (Univ. of California-San Diego) 1987 [2] Dr. Jeffrey S. Genecov, DDS, Lambda (University of Texas at Austin) 1981 [2] Brian M. Geffen, Beta Alpha Theta (University of Colorado Boulder) 2007 [2] Oscar I. Garduno, Mu (Georgia) (University of Georgia) 2013 [2] Bernard R. Gans, Gamma Xi (Univ.y of California-Santa Barbara) 1970 [2] Todd A. Gagliano, Beta Alpha Chi (York College of Pennsylvania) 1995 [2] Alan I. Franco, Psi (University of Alabama) 1984 [2] Martin Fox, Gamma Beta (California State Univ.-Northridge) 1969 [2] Craig W. Foster, Mu (University of Georgia) 1983 [2] Gary Finkel, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1966 [2] Andrew J. Feltman, Xi (MIT) (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 1990 [2] Leslie Fein, Sigma (Tulane University) 1968 [2] Wesley C. Dunlap, Zeta Alpha (Florida State University) 2014 [2] Lee I. Dogoloff, Epsilon (Univ. of Maryland - College Park) 1961 [2] Adam J. Diamond, Psi (University of Alabama) 2010 [2] Eddie Richard Demera, Beta Xi (Brooklyn College) 2018 [2] Joseph J. Delmonico, DDS, Beta Delta (Rutgers State Univ. of New Jersey) 1982 [2] Paul D. D’Elia, Omicron (Syracuse University) 2007 [2] Jeffrey P. Danzinger, Alpha Upsilon (Duke University) 1966 [2] Louis D. Danoff, Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) 1968 [2] Michael E. Cook, Zeta Lambda (Stephen F. Austin State University) 1993 [2] Richard Colman, Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) 1968 [2] Craig S. Chanoff, Beta Zeta Epsilon (U. of Maryland - College Park) 1997 [2] Jeffrey A. Chaitoff, Alpha Phi (Miami University) 1970 [2] John W. Castle, Epsilon Theta (University of Delaware) 1984 [2] Nicholas E. Carr, Phi Alpha Alpha (The George Washington Univ.) 2016 [2] Carl C. Carlsson, Xi (Georgia Institute of Technology) 1990 [2] David Callif, Nu (The Ohio State University) 1972 [2] Michael C. Burstein, Ph.D., Beta Nu (Johns Hopkins University) 1964 [2] Milton L. Brown, Psi (University of Alabama) 1954 [2] William S. Boshnick, Alpha Xi (Washington University-St.Louis) 1990 [2] Charles G. Boardman, Psi (University of Alabama) 1984 [2] Hon. Kenith D. Bloom, Alpha Epsilon (Syracuse University) 1950 [2] Henry W. Bloch, Phi (University of Michigan) 1945 [2] Grant H. Bickwit, Mu (University of Georgia) 2013 [2] Adam M. Berman, Alpha Zeta (University of Florida) 2000 [2] Alfred K. Berg, Omicron (Syracuse) (Syracuse University) 1973 [2] Fred Benson, Pi (University of Wisconsin-Madison) 1969 [2] Allan C. Bell, Esq., Theta (University of Pennsylvania) 1981 [2] Laitin W. Beecham, Gamma Mu (University of Memphis) 2015 [2] Harry W. Baumgarten, Phi Alpha Alpha (George Washington Univ.) 2010 [2] Richard G. Barnes, Gamma Chi (University of South Florida) 1970 [2] Ralph M. Bard, MD JD, Xi (Georgia Institute of Technology) 1972 [2] D. Keith Bailey, Mu (University of Georgia) 1979 [2] Alex J. Bahary, Epsilon Theta (University of Delaware) 2014 [2] Jared I. Arcari, Gamma (NYU) (New York University) 2015 [2] Glenn Antonacopoulos, Xi (Georgia Institute of Technology) 1988 [2] Douglas Michael Adams, Eta Omicron (Quinnipiac University) 2017 [2] Todd H. Ackerman, Kappa (Cornell University) 1989 [2] William L. Acheson, Gamma (NYU) (New York University) 1994 [2] Alan Abramson, Gamma Beta (California State Univ.-Northridge) 1966 [2] Joseph S. Abramson, Beta Zeta Epsilon (U. of Maryland - College Park) 2009 [2] Steven L. Aaron, Lambda (University of Texas at Austin) 1960 [2]


VO LU N T E E R S

2015–2016

Thank you to all of the volunteers, advisors, friends and others who give of their time and energy to make ZBT great! Daniel P. Easton, Kappa Phi (Alfred University) 1976 Joseph H. Rosen, Beta Psi (American University) 1970 Lee H. Gochman, Beta Psi (American University) 2015 Barry M. Aarons, Gamma Tau (Arizona State University) 1971 Geoffrey C. Dix, Gamma Tau (Arizona State University) 2014 Mark A. Whitaker, Delta Omega (Babson College) 1979 Glenn F. Hardy, Esq., Epsilon Delta (Binghamton University - SUNY) 1990 Eric B. Engel, Gamma Psi (Boston City Area) 2013 Seth W. Stern, Esq., Mu (Boston University) 2009 Jared B. Heit, Mu (Boston University) 2011 Joshua S. Winzelberg, Mu (Boston University) 2009 Todd P. Kulkin, Epsilon Phi (Brandeis University) 2007 Keith R. Sherman, Epsilon Phi (Brandeis University) 2013 Neil A. Schweitzer, Beta Xi (Brooklyn College) 1992 Vito N. Lepore, Beta Xi (Brooklyn College) 1993 Jesse A. Montes, Beta Tau (Buffalo State College) 2013 Jason J. Colombini, Eta Mu (California Polytechnic-San Luis Obispo) 2014 Brian A. Freitag, Eta Mu (California Polytechnic-San Luis Obispo) 2013 Darren T. Kettler, Eta Mu (California Polytechnic-San Luis Obispo) 2013 Grant M. Frick, Eta Mu (California Polytechnic State-San Luis Obispo) 2011 Hayden J. Richter, Eta Mu (California Polytechnic-San Luis Obispo) 2013 Zachary F. Wortiska, Eta Mu (California Polytechnic-San Luis Obispo) 2011 Allan N. Waterman, Beta Pi (California State University-Long Beach) 1970 Robert A. Miller, Beta Pi (California State University-Long Beach) 1971 Ryan H. Gardner, Beta Pi (California State University-Long Beach) 2011 Vincent A. Ammirato, Esq., Beta Pi (California State Univ.-Long Beach) 1968 Dr. Joseph J. Scollo, Beta Pi (California State University-Long Beach) 1967 Frank L. Costa, Beta Kappa of Phi Epsilon Pi (Calif. State Univ.-Long Beach) 1967 James E. Greer, Jr., Beta Pi (California State University-Long Beach) 1964 Larry J. Lampel, Beta Pi (California State University-Long Beach) 1971 Morris H. Stalk, Beta Pi (California State University-Long Beach) 1961 Stuart W. Shapiro, Beta Pi (California State University-Long Beach) 1972 Brian A. White, Gamma Nu (California State University-Los Angeles) 1983 Byron C. Tucker, Gamma Nu (California State University-Los Angeles) 1988 Honorable Stephen L. Cooley, Esq., Gamma Nu (Calif. State Univ.-Los Angeles) 1970 Manuel Dominguez, Gamma Nu (California State Univ.-Los Angeles) 1982 Richard E. Romano, Gamma Nu (California State Univ.-Los Angeles) 1971 Steven R. Robles, Gamma Nu (California State University-Los Angeles) 1985 Eric A. Lowe, Gamma Beta (California State University-Northridge) 1997 Andrew M. Wilds, Gamma Beta (California State Univ.-Northridge) 2005 Darren S. Klein, Gamma Beta (California State University-Northridge) 1999 David N. Bregman, Gamma Beta (California State Univ.-Northridge) 1987 Jeffrey A. Bernstein, Gamma Beta (California State Univ.-Northridge) 2004 Patrick S. Milman, Gamma Beta (California State Univ.-Northridge) 1985 Richard L. Fine, Gamma Beta (California State University-Northridge) 1984 Robert B. Katz, Gamma Beta (California State University-Northridge) 1991 Sean E. Donohoe, Gamma Beta (California State Univ.-Northridge) 1984 David P. Mariano, Jr., Lambda (Case Western Reserve University) 2000 Jesse A. Spier, Lambda (Case Western Reserve University) 2003 Michael J. Lowry, Lambda (Case Western Reserve University) 2001 Nathaniel A. Hathaway, Lambda (Case Western Reserve University) 2000 Ryan J. Milosh, Lambda (Case Western Reserve University) 2002 Christopher M. Schnabel, Lambda (Case Western Reserve University) 1998 Dr. Robert I. Sperber, Kappa of Phi Sigma Delta (Case Western Reserve Univ.) 1951 Jack Trachtenberg, Lambda (Case Western Reserve University) 1999 Jonathan I. Yulish, Lambda (Case Western Reserve University) 1984 Marc D. Seigel, Lambda (Case Western Reserve University) 2000 Nathaniel A. Hathaway, Lambda (Case Western Reserve University) 2000 Robert B. Wilensky, Lambda (Case Western Reserve University) 1972

Allan N. Waterman, Beta Pi (California State University-Long Beach) ’70, meets with an undergraduate as part of 2015 International Leadership in Las Vegas. Brother Waterman is a veteran volunteer. Hy Mariampolski, Alpha (City College of New York) 1968 Mark D. Gerstle, Alpha (City College of New York) 1965 Philip M. Waxberg, Alpha (City College of New York) 1966 Michael S. Wien, Alpha Eta (Colorado State University) 1973 Mark L. Kerman , Delta (Columbia University) 1983 Charles V. Callan , Delta (Columbia University) 1978 John A. Zaro , Delta (Columbia University) 2005 Adam S. Krasner, Kappa (Cornell University) 2012 David J. Coyne, Kappa (Cornell University) 1990 Gerald V. Ippolito, Kappa (Cornell University) 1979 Leonard K. Herstein, Kappa (Cornell University) 1991 Randy I. Brandoff, Kappa (Cornell University) 1998 David I. Burrows, Kappa (Cornell University) 1991 Matthew J. Rubins, Kappa (Cornell University) 1990 Michael D. Cimini, Kappa (Cornell University) 1992 Scott M. Schechter, Kappa (Cornell University) 2011 Brian R. Poliner, Phi (Duquesne University) 1977 Todd D. Smith, Zeta Pi (East Stroudsburg University) 1994 Benjamin E. Karas, Eta Sigma (Elon University) 2013 Paul C. Miller, Elon University Lowell D. Plotkin, Eta Lambda (Emory University) 2000 Patrick B. McBride, Eta Lambda (Emory University) 2014 Jason B. Andersen, Eta Lambda (Emory University) 2003 Sean T. Sullivan, Eta Lambda (Emory University) 2004 Brett J. Goldman, Epsilon Tau (Fairleigh Dickinson University-Madison) 2008 Dr. Dwight L. Davidson, Epsilon Tau (Fairleigh Dickinson University-Madison) Ruben F. Henao, Epsilon Tau (Fairleigh Dickinson University-Madison) 2007 Donald J. Jones, Delta Pi (Fairleigh Dickinson University-Metropolitan) 1996 Joseph P. Cremona, Delta Pi (Fairleigh Dickinson Univ.-Metropolitan) 2013 Antonio M. Young, Zeta Alpha (Florida State University) 1998 Brett A. Leone, Zeta Alpha (Florida State University) 2011 Daniel S. Schneider, Zeta Alpha (Florida State University) 2011 Jason A. Watson, Esq., Zeta Alpha (Florida State University) 2002 Matthew P. Caradonna, Zeta Alpha (Florida State University) 2013 Sean P. Gilliam, Zeta Alpha (Florida State University) 2009 William E. Bassett, Jr., Zeta Alpha (Florida State University) 1989 Michael J. Tomkiewicz, Zeta Alpha (Florida State University) 2004 Dr. David M. Elbaum, Alpha Tau (Franklin & Marshall College) 1972 Eric L. Wesoloski, Zeta Xi (Gannon University) 1996 Gregory D. Hall, Zeta Xi (Gannon University) 2004

Peter B. Grippe, Jr., Zeta Xi (Gannon University) 1996 Todd A. Roland, Zeta Xi (Gannon University) 1996 Derek L. Harris, Xi (Georgia Institute of Technology) 1995 Nigel O. King, Xi (Georgia Institute of Technology) 2010 Patrick L. Sandor, Xi (Georgia Institute of Technology) 2013 Richard C. Threlkeld, Xi (Georgia Institute of Technology) 2012 Douglas A. Bodner, Xi (Georgia Institute of Technology) 1987 Greg A. Wombough, Xi (Georgia Institute of Technology) 1992 Jason R. Woulfin, Xi (Georgia Institute of Technology) 2002 Nirmal K. Patel, Xi (Georgia Institute of Technology) 1993 Stefan M. Woulfin, Xi (Georgia Institute of Technology) 2000 Craig J. Wild, CPA, Gamma Phi (Hofstra University) 1979 John M. Yerkes, Gamma Phi (Hofstra University) 1991 Josh B. Green, Beta Gamma (Indiana University) 2011 Stephen B. Oppenheim, Beta Gamma (Indiana University) 1987 Eric J. Atlas, Beta Gamma (Indiana University) 2002 Eric S. Newmark, Beta Gamma (Indiana University) 2008 Evan Waldman, Beta Gamma (Indiana University) 2004 Gabriel B. Paul, Beta Gamma (Indiana University) 1996 Gary A. Growe, Beta Gamma (Indiana University) 1974 Josh B. Green, Beta Gamma (Indiana University) 2011 Michael J. Shartiag, Beta Gamma (Indiana University) 1983 Melissa Kish, Indiana University Alvin E. Schneider, Gamma Delta (Long Island University-C.W. Post) 1972 Jonathan B. Garver, Phi Theta Gamma (Lyon College) 2010 Kenton R. Adler, Phi Theta Gamma (Lyon College) John Weinzierl, Lyon College James P. Summers, Gamma Epsilon (Marshall University) 1970 Brendan J. Englot, Xi (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 2007 David J. Hutchings, Xi (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 2010 Hooman Vassef, Xi (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 1999 Jeffrey C. Xing, Xi (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 2010 Bernard E. Weissman, Ph.D., Xi (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 1975 David Lee, Xi (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 2006 William P. Chernicoff, Xi (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) 1997 Matthew Fallings, Alpha Phi (Miami University) 2013 Daniel E. Zides, Alpha Sigma of Phi Sigma Delta (Michigan State Univ.) 1965 Martin L. Katz, Delta Lambda (Monmouth College) 1972 Randall J. Slaboch, Delta Lambda (Monmouth College) 1976 Richard A. Martin, Delta Lambda (Monmouth College) 1977 W. Scott Jones, Delta Lambda (Monmouth College) 1980 Donald A. Hitchcock, Delta Lambda (Monmouth College) 1973 Donald A. Trinite, Delta Lambda (Monmouth College) 2008 Dr. Steven K. Murmann, Delta Lambda (Monmouth College) 1980 Michael G. Cortina, Esq., Delta Lambda (Monmouth College) 1995 Steven T. Ehrenhart, Delta Lambda (Monmouth College) 1979 Martin J. Duvall, Alpha Nu (Muhlenberg College) 1984 Zachary E. Adams, Alpha Nu (Muhlenberg College) 2014 Alan B. Gubernick ,Alpha Nu (Muhlenberg College) 1983 Dr. Daniel B. Feit, Alpha Nu (Muhlenberg College) 1988 Jeffrey S. Gross, Alpha Nu (Muhlenberg College) 1988 Myles Kahn, Alpha Nu (Muhlenberg College) 1984 Bernard Mindich, Gamma (New York University) 1958 M. Kenneth Ruskin, Gamma (New York University) 1957 Richard Ketover, Gamma (New York University) 1957 Honorable Albert Blinder, Gamma (New York University) 1944 Steven D. Benathen, Gamma (New York University) 2010 Andrew H. Zeiberg, Gamma Psi (Northeastern University) 1986 David S. Safran, Gamma Psi (Northeastern University) 1970


VOLUNTEERS CONTINUED Brian D. Ruben, CPA, Gamma (Northwestern University) 1994 John E. Mitchell, Gamma (Northwestern University) 1984 Michael J. Saxvik, Gamma (Northwestern University) 2003 Dane Berkowitz, Alpha Psi (Pennsylvania State University) 2014 Dr. Jason E. Kaplan, Alpha Psi (Pennsylvania State University) 2008 Richard G. Singer, Alpha Psi (Pennsylvania State University) 2010 Alec C. Pack, Alpha Alpha (Purdue University) 2012 James (Alex) A. Blubaugh, Alpha Alpha (Purdue University) 2014 Michael F. Easton, Alpha Alpha (Purdue University) 2012 Leslie Klaidman, Quinnipiac University Eilon D. Natan, Zeta Delta (Ramapo College) 2009 Allan M. Fink, Beta Mu (Rider University) 1961 Cecil Sprung, Beta Delta (Rutgers State University of New Jersey) 1953 Keith M. Brauer, Beta Delta (Rutgers State University of New Jersey) 1982 Kevin R. Lynn, Beta Delta (Rutgers State University of New Jersey) 2000 Lee A. Schnitzer, Beta Delta (Rutgers State University of New Jersey) 1992 Robert Schultz, Beta Delta (Rutgers State University of New Jersey) 1972 Corey A. Zucker, Beta Delta (Rutgers State University of New Jersey) 1985 James S. Mamary, Beta Delta (Rutgers State University of New Jersey) 1975 Raymond J. Woody, Jr., Beta Delta (Rutgers State Univ. of New Jersey) 1984 Steven Springer, Beta Delta (Rutgers State University of New Jersey) 1997 Anthony M. Joplin, Beta Lambda (San Diego State University) 2013 Christopher J. Mouriski, Beta Lambda (San Diego State University) 1997 Yogesh S. Shroff, Beta Lambda (San Diego State University) 1996 David A. Noll, Beta Lambda (San Diego State University) 2005 Justin C. Frisco, Beta Lambda (San Diego State University) 2001 Martin W. Montesano, Beta Lambda (San Diego State University) 1991 Brian R. Schultheis, Eta Gamma (State University of New York-Oswego) 2002 Ron Graham, State University of New York-Oswego Victor C. Parker, Jr., Eta Gamma (State Univ. of New York-Oswego) 2004 Joel T. Wyatt, Zeta Lambda (Stephen F. Austin State University) 1993 Barry B. Krinsky, Omicron (Syracuse University) 1991 Brian Small, Omicron (Syracuse University) David A. Strauss, Omicron (Syracuse University) 1991 Ethan D. Selzer, Omicron (Syracuse University) 1998 Jay W. Colbert, Omicron (Syracuse University) 1953 Mark B. Feldstein, Omicron (Syracuse University) 1991 Mark G. Levy, Omicron (Syracuse University) 1991 Robert W. Koncelik, Omicron (Syracuse University) 1991 David M. Dworkin, Omicron (Syracuse University) 1991 Dr. Larry P. Weinstein, Omicron (Syracuse University) 1975 Eric S. Kaufman, Omicron (Syracuse University) 1999 Ethan D. Selzer, Omicron (Syracuse University) 1998 Paul D. D’Elia, Omicron (Syracuse University) 2007 Christopher D. Watson, Alpha Beta of Phi Alpha (Temple University) 1990 Douglas L. Maine, Alpha Beta of Phi Alpha (Temple University) 1970 Gary Schwartzman, Alpha Beta of Phi Alpha (Temple University) 1972 Michael J. Chern, Alpha Beta of Phi Alpha (Temple University) 1969 Ronald L. Singer, Alpha Beta of Phi Alpha (Temple University) 1982 Sarah Feinberg, Temple University Joshua C. Brown, Phi Alpha Alpha (The George Washington University) 2012 Andrew M. Kaye, Alpha (The George Washington University) 1985 David N. Glodstein, Alpha (The George Washington University) 1985 Geoffrey S. Middleberg, Phi Alpha Alpha (The George Washington Univ.) 2012 Jacob A. Hamburger, Phi Alpha Alpha (The George Washington Univ.) 2010 Jeremy A. Iloulian, Phi Alpha Alpha (The George Washington Univ.) 2013 Sean I. Lynch, Phi Alpha Alpha (The George Washington University) 2014 Dr. Kurt Malkoff, Nu (The Ohio State University) 1968 Jeffrey Meldon, Nu (The Ohio State University) 1966 John D. Stemen, Esq., Omicron (Tufts University) 1999 Joseph I. Eldridge, IV, Omicron (Tufts University) 1993 Scott A. Saffran, Omicron (Tufts University) 1989 Jared M. Tromer, Sigma (Tulane University) 2016 Brian A. Hoffman, Sigma (Tulane University) 2009 Eric S. Gruman, Sigma (Tulane University) 1983

Several of the 2016 Dover Days contained alumni panels. At the Atlanta event, panelists included (from left to right) Joseph H. (Joe) Rosen, Beta Psi (American University) ’70, Scott M. Ratchick, Sigma (Tulane University) ’83, Sean T. Sullivan, Eta Lambda (Emory University) ’04, and Jason A. Sain, Alpha Zeta (University of Florida) ’97. Jack Guttman, Sigma (Tulane University) 1969 Joel M. Epstein, Sigma (Tulane University) 1987 Lee M. Bressler, Sigma (Tulane University) 1981 Max A. Shafron, Sigma (Tulane University) 2015 Scott M. Ratchick, Sigma (Tulane University) 1983 Hannah E. Udell, Tulane University 2011 Gary P. Siskin, Eta (Union College) 1986 Jeffrey D. Rosen, Eta (Union College) 1988 Joseph P. Damore, Eta (Union College) 1987 Kenneth S. Lesnik, Eta (Union College) 1987 West R. Rapoport, Eta (Union College) 1985 Robert J. Gordon, Epsilon Gamma (University at Albany) 1987 Howard J. Sonnenschein, Epsilon Gamma (University at Albany) 1987 Stephen Schwab, University of Alabama Albert L. Labovitz, Psi (University of Alabama) 1979 Bert A. Siegel, Psi (University of Alabama) 1975 Chet Goldstein, Psi (University of Alabama) 1986 Edward B. Raymon, Psi (University of Alabama) 1971 Faron A. Lewitt, Psi (University of Alabama) 1997 Harold B. Blach, Jr., Psi (University of Alabama) 1955 Ivan B. Cooper, Esq., Psi (University of Alabama) 1991 Jacob H. Schwartz, Psi (University of Alabama) 2014 James Rotenstreich, Psi (University of Alabama) 1959 Jerald J. Labovitz, Psi (University of Alabama) 1976 Louis H. Tuck, Psi (University of Alabama) 1980 Marc R. Schwartz, Psi (University of Alabama) 2017 Michael A. Grodner, Psi (University of Alabama) 2011 Adam J. Diamond, Psi (University of Alabama) 2010 Adam J. Koplon, Psi (University of Alabama) 2010 Boris G. Shilkrot, Psi (University of Alabama) 2012 Kenneth A. Grodner, Psi (University of Alabama) 1981 Paul Nahmias, Psi (University of Alabama) 1970 Evan D. Nahmias, Alpha Omicron (University of Arizona) 1994 Ronald A. Pardo, Alpha Omicron (University of Arizona) 1988 Dr. Jay L. Lerner, Alpha Omicron (University of Arizona) 1986 Robert E. Greenberg, Alpha Omicron (University of Arizona) 2011 Brian K. Crosby, Epsilon Chi (University of California-Davis) 1992 Irving M. Chase, Esq., Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1974

Jerry N. Katz, CPA, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1976 Robert F. Kopel, M.D., Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1978 Daniel M. Howard, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1977 David J. Ehrenberg, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 2002 Dr. Sheldon S. Ellis, Alpha Beta of Phi Sigma Delta (Univ. of Calif.-Los Angeles) 1955 Jason W. DeVries, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1998 Matthew L. Friedrich, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 2003 Michael S. Maurer, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 2008 Nathan L. Levy, Alpha Rho (University of California-Los Angeles) 1994 Rakesh P. Raghuwanshi, Alpha Rho (Univ. of California-Los Angeles) 2006 Stephen A. Gingold, Epsilon Beta (University of California-San Diego) 1987 Ryan A. Stygar, Gamma Xi (University of California-Santa Barbara) 2015 Gregory Korb, Gamma Xi (University of California-Santa Barbara) 1971 Jeff E. Kitchen, Gamma Xi (University of California-Santa Barbara) 1985 Adam T. Rose Delta Iota (University of Central Florida) 2012 Benjamin E. Novogroski, Esq. Delta Iota (University of Central Florida) 2009 Jonathan C. Balva, Delta Iota (University of Central Florida) 2013 Brian A. Fine, Delta Iota (University of Central Florida) 2016 Daniel A. Balva, Delta Iota (University of Central Florida) 2014 Daniel P. Antonino, III, Delta Iota (University of Central Florida) 2011 David J. Woodstein, Delta Iota (University of Central Florida) 2014 Richard Henriquez, Delta Iota (University of Central Florida) 2011 Rabbi Matthew H. Simon, Alpha Beta (University of Chicago) 1953 Benjamin I. Sanders, Beta Alpha Theta (Univ. of Colorado Boulder) 2016 Jonathan D. Stine, Beta Alpha Theta (University of Colorado Boulder) 2004 Matthew I. Tobe, Beta Alpha Theta (University of Colorado Boulder) 2006 Zachary E. Silverman, Beta Alpha Theta (Univ. of Colorado Boulder) 2013 Brian M. Geffen, Beta Alpha Theta (University of Colorado Boulder) 2007 Daniel A. Goodman, Beta Alpha Theta (Univ. of Colorado Boulder) 2000 Devon M. Schad, Beta Alpha Theta (University of Colorado Boulder) 2004 Nathan D. Fox, Beta Alpha Theta (University of Colorado Boulder) 2009 Patrick J. Casey, Esq., Beta Alpha Theta (Univ. of Colorado Boulder) 1989 Sean B. Leventhal, Beta Alpha Theta (University of Colorado Boulder) 2004 Seth L. Pringle, Beta Alpha Theta (University of Colorado Boulder) 2009 Steven P. Kanefsky, Beta Alpha Theta (University of Colorado Boulder) 1992 Kelli Schad, University of Colorado Boulder Jill Thorne , University of Connecticut Matthew D. Chase, Delta Beta (University of Connecticut) 2008


VOLUNTEERS CONTINUED Michael A. Pollack-Twomey, Delta Beta (University of Connecticut) 2013 Michael J. Rosenberg, Epsilon Theta (University of Delaware) 1993 Seth D. Rosensweig, Epsilon Theta (University of Delaware) 1992 Stephen J. Pook, Epsilon Theta (University of Delaware) 1993 Scott E. Silberfein, Esq., Epsilon Theta (University of Delaware) 1994 Rabbi Eliezer Sneiderman, University of Delaware Greg Grauberger, University of Denver Aidan J. Stowell, Iota (University of Denver) 2018 Andrew D. Aronson, Iota (University of Denver) 1978 Christopher J. Fettig, Iota (University of Denver) 2011 Gary L. Berz, Iota (University of Denver) 1970 Gregg F. Witt, Iota (University of Denver) 1977 Jay B. Reano, Iota (University of Denver) 1976 Kenneth L.M. Jacobs, Iota (University of Denver) 1980 Kyle J. Leigh, Iota (University of Denver) 2009 Stephen P. Ehrlich, Esq., Iota (University of Denver) 1970 William C. Duncan, Iota (University of Denver) 2013 Zachary N. Wallace, Iota (University of Denver) 2015 Aaron D. Schwarzberg, Iota (University of Denver) 2008 Daniel M. Goodman, Iota (University of Denver) 2008 Peter H. Belsky, Iota (University of Denver) 2008 Prescott J. Adams, Iota (University of Denver) 2012 Adam M. Berman, Alpha Zeta (University of Florida) 2000 Cliff S. Schneider, Esq., Alpha Zeta (University of Florida) 2000 Craig A. Zimmett, Esq., Alpha Zeta (University of Florida) 1982 James I. Newman, Alpha Zeta (University of Florida) 2014 Evan I. Weiss, Alpha Zeta (University of Florida) 1999 Jason A. Sain, Alpha Zeta (University of Florida) 1997 Matthew D. Bernstein, Alpha Zeta (University of Florida) 2008 Scott P. Schwartz, Alpha Zeta (University of Florida) 2013 Adrian J. Obleton, Mu (University of Georgia) 2017 Alan Cason, Mu (University of Georgia) 1979 Grant H. Bickwit, Mu (University of Georgia) 2013 Prof. Gary A. Wilder, Mu (University of Georgia) 1983 Alexander H. Katz, Gamma Lambda (University of Hartford) 2011 Jason A. Krane, Gamma Lambda (University of Hartford) 2010 Matthew D. Hampton, Gamma Lambda (University of Hartford) 1999 Avinoam Patt, University of Hartford Adam L. Cohen, Rho (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 2001 Adam M. Schloss, Rho (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 2011 Barry T. Glass, Esq., Rho (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 2008 Jacob B. Viner, Rho (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 2011 Manuel A. DeMoya, Rho (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 2010 Christopher A. Litvack, Rho (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 2008 Gerald L. Pollack, Psi of Phi Epsilon Pi (Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champ.) 1954 James B. Goldwasser, Rho (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 1991 Richard N. Abrams, CPA, Rho (Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) 1963 David J. Cohen, Epsilon Mu (University of Kansas) 2011 Eli R. Seidman, Epsilon Mu (University of Kansas) 2015 Nathan M. Lipsky, Epsilon Mu (University of Kansas) 2013 Rabbi J. Lewis, Epsilon Mu (University of Kansas) Lowell D. Katz, M.D., Gamma Zeta (University of Louisville) 1968 Christopher S. Tracy, Beta Zeta Epsilon (Univ. of Maryland - College Park) 1995 Craig S. Chanoff, Beta Zeta Epsilon (Univ. of Maryland - College Park) 1997 David A. Engorn, Beta Zeta Epsilon (Univ. of Maryland - College Park) 2008 Dr. Branden M. Engorn, Beta Zeta Epsilon (Univ. of Maryland - College Park) 2004 Jeffrey H. Kreshtool, Esq., Beta Zeta Epsilon (Univ. of Maryland - College Park) 1995 Benjamin R. Gold, Esq., Theta Alpha (Univ. of Massachusetts-Amherst) 2002 Christopher P.F. Canton, Theta Alpha (Univ. of Massachusetts-Amherst) 2006 Matthew S. Garry, Theta Alpha (University of Massachusetts-Amherst) 2011 Jeremy R. Lerner, Theta Alpha (University of Massachusetts-Amherst) 2016 Justin P. Levine, Theta Alpha (University of Massachusetts-Amherst) 2002 Ari Israel, University of Maryland - College Park Brian Bendersky, Gamma Mu (University of Memphis) 1971 Evan N. Kelly, Gamma Mu (University of Memphis) 2015

Joseph R. Blockman, Gamma Mu (University of Memphis) 2006 Clinton D. Hoard, Gamma Mu (University of Memphis) 2011 Daniel L. Longo, Gamma Mu (University of Memphis) 2010 Dr. Gary D. Strasberg, Gamma Mu (University of Memphis) 1973 Dr. Zachary P. Nahmias, Gamma Mu (University of Memphis) 2010 John T. Stagich, II, Gamma Mu (University of Memphis) 2010 Joy Stout, University of Memphis Steven Priepke, University of Miami Brian M. Kushner, Alpha Omega (University of Miami) 2001 Bruce J. Rubin, Alpha Omega (University of Miami) 1972 Fred E. Levinson, Alpha Omega (University of Miami) 1986 Gene D. Gomberg, Alpha Omega (University of Miami) 1970 Jack Weiner, Alpha Omega (University of Miami) 1972 Lawrence H. Solomon, Alpha Omega (University of Miami) 1972 Norman M. Waas, Esq., Alpha Omega (University of Miami) 1982 Seth Levine, CPA, Alpha Omega (University of Miami) 1984 Steven E. Gold, Alpha Omega (University of Miami) 2000 Mark L. Rosenberg, Esq., Phi (University of Michigan) 1969 Frederick E. Schatz, Eta of Phi Sigma Delta (University of Michigan) 1957 Harold R. Oseff, Esq., Eta of Phi Sigma Delta (University of Michigan) 1968 Joel K. Mayer, Eta (University of Michigan) 1985 Richard S. Simon, Phi (University of Michigan) 1943 Andrew L. Speller, Omega (University of Missouri) 1992 Jerome (Jerry) A. Sigoloff, Omega (University of Missouri) 1965 Mitchell D. Waldman, Omega (University of Missouri) 1978 Craig S. Redler, Omega (University of Missouri) 1989 Eric L. Halpern, Omega (University of Missouri) 1995 Marc D. Stine, Omega (University of Missouri) 1969 Daniel L. Margolis, Eta Delta (University of Nevada-Las Vegas 2003 John J. Hurzel, Eta Delta (University of Nevada-Las Vegas 2004 Jace S. Meier, Eta Delta (University of Nevada-Las Vegas) 2013 Jonathan Shuman, Eta Xi (University of North Carolina at Charlotte) 2014 John F. Levy, Theta (University of Pennsylvania) 1977 Allan C. Bell, Esq., Theta (University of Pennsylvania) 1981 Andrew M. Dunn, Theta (University of Pennsylvania) 2012 Rabbi Edward G. Sneiderman, Theta (University of Pennsylvania) 1986 Keith L. Traffican, Beta Phi (University of Pittsburgh) 2014 Norton Baskin, Beta Phi (University of Pittsburgh) 1950 Dr. Gary H. Oppenheim, D.M.D., Beta Phi (University of Pittsburgh) 1981 Kenneth L. Simon, Beta Phi (University of Pittsburgh) 1975 Mark E. Simpson, Beta Phi (University of Pittsburgh) 2002 Adam Oliveri, Rho Iota (University of Rhode Island) 2005 Christopher P. Almonte, Rho Iota (University of Rhode Island) 2008 Craig R. Rabitaille, Rho Iota (University of Rhode Island) 2009 David A. Bedard, Rho Iota (University of Rhode Island) 2011 David M. Hudson, Rho Iota (University of Rhode Island) 2005 Michael J. Biliouris, Rho Iota (University of Rhode Island) 1989 Nicholas N. DelGreco, Rho Iota (University of Rhode Island) 2014 Andrew C. McManus, Rho Iota (University of Rhode Island) 1990 Bryan W. Ferguson, Rho Iota (University of Rhode Island) 2005 Christopher T. McCarten, Rho Iota (University of Rhode Island) 1988 Cory Z. Bousquet, Rho Iota (University of Rhode Island) 2001 Michael V. Jordan, Rho Iota (University of Rhode Island) 2002 Curtis N. Sellon, Rho Iota (University of Rhode Island)) 2011 Bryan Boudouris, University of Rhode Island Daniel Graney, University of Rhode Island Robert B. Silverman, Gamma Chi (University of South Florida) 1971 Jonathan P. Solomon, Gamma Chi (University of South Florida) 2007 Charles M. Daubner, University of South Florida 1969 Aaron A. Kahn, Esq., Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) 1997 Brandon D. Smith, Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) 2002 Leslie L. Mayers, Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) 1967 Brandon D. Smith, Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) 2002 Christopher M. Copping, Alpha Delta (Univ. of Southern California) 2010 Dr. Michael B. Tracy, Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) 1997

Harold A. Davidson, Ph.D., Alpha Delta (Univ. of Southern California) 1965 James B. Kalin, Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) 2014 Neil H. Sobel, Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) 1968 Richard L. Kaplan, Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) 1965 Scott M. Farkas, Esq., Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) 1994 Scott M. Greenspan, Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) 2004 Bob Shames, University of Southern California Richard Krelstein, Alpha Nu (University of Tennessee-Knoxville) 1959 Brandon H. Goldberg, Lambda (University of Texas at Austin) 2015 Daniel J. Prescott, Lambda (University of Texas at Austin) Todd S. Aaron, Lambda (University of Texas at Austin) 1984 William J. Koen, III, Lambda (University of Texas at Austin) 1986 Albert L. Rubinsky, Lambda (University of Texas at Austin) 2004 Craig S. Prengler, Lambda (University of Texas at Austin) 1983 Michael M. Eisner, Lambda (University of Texas at Austin) 1985 Robert J. Goldberg, Lambda (University of Texas at Austin) Stuart D. Stahl, Lambda (University of Texas at Austin) 1986 Margo Sack, University of Texas at Austin Jonathan D. Frieden, Esq., Phi Epsilon (University of Virginia) 1994 Andrew W. Lawrence, Phi Epsilon (University of Virginia) 2004 Arvind Rachamadugu, Phi Epsilon (University of Virginia) 2013 Daniel E. Ortiz, Phi Epsilon (University of Virginia) 1999 Douglas B. Marshall, Phi Epsilon (University of Virginia) 2001 John A. Devers, Phi Epsilon (University of Virginia) 2001 Matthew E. Caplan, Phi Epsilon (University of Virginia) 2013 Michael E. Secrist, Phi Epsilon (University of Virginia) 2012 David Y. Isenberg, Alpha Mu (University of Washington) 1983 Jeffrey H. Benoliel, Alpha Mu (University of Washington) 1989 Larry S. Flax, Alpha Mu (University of Washington) 1964 Michael Wax, Alpha Mu (University of Washington) 1970 David T. Freidman, Alpha Mu (University of Washington) 2011 Phillip I. Lieberman, Alpha Mu (University of Washington) 1990 Sanford E. Salzberg, Alpha Mu (University of Washington) 1982 Steven M. Boden, Alpha Mu (University of Washington) 1981 Jacob B. Harris, Alpha Kappa (University of Wisconsin-Madison) 2009 Jeff Feinblatt, Alpha Kappa (University of Wisconsin-Madison) 1970 Jess S. Levin, Alpha Kappa (University of Wisconsin-Madison) 1968 Jonathan H. Levin, Alpha Kappa (University of Wisconsin-Madison) 2003 Abraham Lavender, Alpha Theta of Phi Epsilon Pi (U. of South Carolina) 1965 Bernard Goldstein, Alpha Gamma (Vanderbilt University) Brad Doerschuk, Alpha Gamma (Vanderbilt University) 1995 Christopher S. Sipe, Alpha Gamma (Vanderbilt University) 1993 David A. Schoenfeld, Alpha Gamma (Vanderbilt University) 1992 David C. Frame, Alpha Gamma (Vanderbilt University) 1993 Joel J. Meyer, Alpha Gamma (Vanderbilt University) 1991 Rafael H. Chan, Alpha Gamma (Vanderbilt University) 1995 Todd A. Douthit, Alpha Gamma (Vanderbilt University) 1996 William L. Small, Alpha Gamma (Vanderbilt University) 1969 William M. Butler, Alpha Gamma (Vanderbilt University) 1991 Bret W. Hrbek, Delta Xi (Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State Univ.) 1996 Scott A. Budoff, Alpha Xi (Washington University-St.Louis) 1986 Michael D. Uram, Alpha Xi (Washington University-St.Louis) 1998 Brian T. Scagliarini, Zeta Theta (Western Connecticut State University) 1994 Michael C. Byrnes, Zeta Theta (Western Connecticut State University) 1998 Robert A. Galan, Jr., Zeta Theta (Western Connecticut State Univ.) 1997 John E. Kaltschnee, Zeta Theta (Western Connecticut State University) 1996 Michael C. Byrnes, Zeta Theta (Western Connecticut State University) 1998 Todd A. Gagliano, Beta Alpha Chi (York College of Pennsylvania) 1995 John F. Toohey, Jr., Beta Alpha Chi (York College of Pennsylvania) 1994 Michael F. Zarb, Beta Alpha Chi (York College of Pennsylvania) 1992 Timothy P. McLoone, Beta Alpha Chi (York College of Pennsylvania) 2005 Dennis J. Foreman, Beta Upsilon (Youngstown State University) 1967 Bonnie Wunsch, Alpha Epsilon Phi Jodie Needham Margaux Manley Lima, Sigma Delta Tau


FRATERNITY MISSIO N The mission of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity (ZBT) is to foster and develop in its brotherhood the tenets of its Credo: Intellectual Awareness, Social Responsibility, Integrity and Brotherly Love, in order to prepare its brothers for positions of leadership and service within their communities. Mindful of its founding in 1898 as the world’s first Jewish Fraternity, ZBT will preserve and cultivate its relationships within the Jewish community. Since 1954, ZBT has been committed to its policy of non-sectarian brotherhood, and values the diversity of its brothers. ZBT will recruit and initiate men of good character, regardless of religion, race or creed who are accepting of these principles.

FRATERNITY CRED O We, the brothers of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity, believe that the development of the individual as a responsible, mature member of society is the primary goal of the university today. We believe that fraternity offers to the university community a unique, desirable and successful means of achieving this goal. In fulfilling the purposes of fraternity, we dedicate ourselves to the principles of: INTELLECTUAL AWARENESS. Fraternity creates an atmosphere conducive to the expansion of the individual’s intellectual horizons, the interchange of ideas within the academic community and the pursuit of scholastic excellence. SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY. Fraternity requires the individual to commit himself and accept his responsibility to participate. INTEGRITY. Fraternity generates a standard of personal integrity – a framework for the individual to maintain honesty, exhibit loyalty and retain a sense of self-discipline. BROTHERLY LOVE. Fraternity inspires and expresses the interrelation of the individual with his fellows, his pride in the institution and respect for the wisdom of its tradition.

FOUNDATION MISSI O N The Zeta Beta Tau Foundation is a nonprofit corporation exclusively committed to educational and charitable purposes that assist the brothers of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. The Foundation assists the brothers of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity by funding scholarships and academic and leadership programs to maximize their personal development and prepare them to be leaders of society. The scholarships and academic and leadership programs funded by the Foundation enhance the overall value of membership in Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity by complementing the collegiate educational experience.

2015-2016 Annual Report  

Brotherhood for a Lifetime Strategic Plan 2015-2020 Year 1

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