Sigma Phi Epsilon Kentucky Beta Chapter is proud to announce we had two members graduate this past weekend. Robert “Robbie” Doucette and Casey Foley both graduated with degrees from the College of Business.
Robbie will be working at Humana as a financial analyst in the planning and analysis field. He plans on going back to school in May to get his M.S. in finance at Cincinnati.
Casey officially graduated with a B.S. in Business Economics with minors in French and Computer Information Systems. He will be starting his masters program in January at UofL for a Masters in Business Analytics (MSBA). His future plans include working as a data scientist or business intelligence analyst, preferably in the bourbon or energy industry.
Robbie rushed back in Fall ‘18, as he graduated from Desales high school growing up in the Louisville area.
Casey joined the chapter a little later, as he joined back in Spring ‘20. Casey graduated from Male high school also growing up in the Louisville area.
Doucette has served as an Epsilon Coordinator, Social Chair, and Chief of Staff. While doing so, he interned downtown at Humana.
Casey has served as Senior Marshall on the Standards Board this past term while interning at German American Bank out of Southern Indiana.
Robbie, an expert in the realm of finance, loves to lectures the chapter about their spending habits and where they should invest. Doucette currently resides in everyone’s favorite house, Igloo.
Casey spends his free time cooking exquisite meals at the all-famous living space the “Pit Stop”. Casey also spent his early years of college managing the football team for Lamar Jackson and company.
Great times and memories were had by both of these men and all those around them while active in the chapter.
When asked his favorite memory, Robbie remembers, “My favorite memory in the chapter is Senior tailgate, and I will miss spring formals the most.”
“My favorite memory is spring formal and the senior send off. It was a great experience spending time with the other older guys before we all transition into adulthood. The one thing I’ll miss about the chapter is being able to hang with the boys any day of the week,” Casey recalls.
Both Robert and Casey will be deeply missed in the chapter and we wish them nothing but the best in their next endeavor.