John is a Biology major on a Pre-Dental track and part of the University of Louisville Early Admission to Dentistry (ULEAD) Program, Class of '21. He is from Paducah, Kentucky and attended McCracken County High School. He joined SigEp in the Fall of 2017.
As chapter president, John is responsible for leading his brothers and managing the operations of the chapter.
Fun Fact: "I play the guitar, and I scored in the 98th Percentile on the Dental Admittance Test (DAT)."
Favorite SigEp Memory: "My favorite SigEp memory was by far my new member retreat. It was the first one ever arranged and the people that led it were excellent servant leaders and showed us that vulnerability was the first step towards building a brotherhood. It’s something I carry with me every day and I would not be in the role I am in now without the retreat propelling me towards embracing my authentic self."
Tommy is an Accounting and Finance major with minors in Spanish and International Business, Class of ‘21. He is from Fort Thomas, KY and attended Highlands High School. He joined SigEp in the Fall of 2017.
As the vice president of programming, Tommy is responsible for the planning and execution of the chapter’s events and functions. He is the head of the programming committee and works to ensure his brothers have a balanced, values-based experience.
Fun Fact: “I eat chicken every single day”
Favorite SigEp memory: “being welcomed into the chapter at Fall ’17 pref”
Erphan is an Industrial Engineering Major, Class of ‘21. He is from Louisville, KY and attended Louisville Male High School. He joined SigEp in the Fall of 2017.
As the vice president of finance, Erphan is the chapter’s chief financial officer. He is entrusted with managing the chapter’s budget and properly allocating financial resources
Fun Fact: “I'm Persian”
Favorite SigEp memory: Spring Formal 2019
Stephen is a Junior studying Computer Science and Engineering, class of 2021. He is from Independence, KY and attended Covington Catholic Highschool. He joined SigEp in the Fall of 2017. He plans on getting a Masters in Computer Science and Engineering.
As the vice president of member development, Stephen oversees the development experience of each brother providing support and structure during a crucial part of their lives. Managing the chapter’s membership experience by implementing the Balanced Man Program is the keystone of the role, providing a positive fraternal experience and ensuring strong chapter leadership and operations. The vice president of member development ensures that our Founder’s vision lives on day in, day out, at every one of our chapters.
Fun Fact: “I've been playing with computers since kindergarten and I ended up building my first computer in 8th grade"
Favorite SigEp Memory: "Sigma retreat Fall 2017, sitting around a campfire getting to know everyone in my rush class on a deeper level"
Austin is an Industrial Engineering major, Class of ‘21. He is from Louisville, KY and attended Louisville Male High School. He joined SigEp in the Fall of 2017.
As the Vice President of Recruitment, Austin is responsible for leading the charge for Fall and Spring recruitment. He is the head of the recruitment committee and makes sure we are getting the most balanced men for KY Beta. The vice president of recruitment drives the quantity and quality of a chapter’s membership. By successfully recruiting the best men on campus, he ensures a great fraternity experience for his brothers and the long-term success of his chapter
Fun Fact: "My dream is to open up a cigar shop near the beach and write a classic novel."
Favorite SigEp Memory: “Participating in RaiseRed with my brothers my freshman year.”
Ian is an Economics major, Class of ‘22. He is from Paducah, KY and attended McCracken County High School. He joined SigEp in the Fall of 2018.
As the vice president of communications, Ian is the chapter’s information officer, lead storyteller, and the primary protector of the chapter’s brand as well as the Grand Chapter’s brand. By wielding tools like chapter sites and social media, this position can help shape perception of the chapter and put its brand in a position to thrive on campus.
Fun Fact: My parents own a Chinese food restaurant
Favorite SigEp Memory: Hanging with the boys
Marcus is an Accounting major with a History minor, Class of ‘21. He is from Northern KY and attended Covington Catholic High School. He joined SigEp in the Fall of 2017.
As chaplain, Marcus is bestowed with the care and guard of the Fraternity’s Ritual. He also leads the judicial branch of the chapter. In doing so, he is responsible for holding all members accountable to the principles of Virtue, Diligence and Brotherly Love, as well as the other standards of membership. Additionally, the chaplain plays a key role in recognizing and reinforcing the positive behaviors and actions of his brothers.
Fun Fact: “I like fun.”
Favorite SigEp Memory: “Spring Formal 2019.”
Jake is an Civil and Environmental Engineering major, class of ‘21. He is from Louisville, KY and attended St. Xavier High School. He joined SigEp in the Fall of 2017.
As the vice president of services, Jake is responsible for planning and executing one philanthropic event during each semester of his term. The vice president of services shows us that our experience in SigEp is bigger than ourselves and this chapter - through service activities we help the lives of others and instill hope in everyone around. As a chapter, we are very involved in other fraternity and sorority philanthropies and fundraisers.
Fun fact: “I used to work at a 4-H summer camp for youth development as a challenge course instructor.”
Favorite SigEp memory: Sigma Retreat Fall 2017
David is an Architecture major, Class of ‘22. He is originally from Fairfield, California, but attended Eastern High School here in Louisville, KY. He joined SigEp in the Fall of 2018.
As vice president of SLC, David is responsible for supplementing the education of both his brothers and the community through programming independent of the Balanced Man Program.
Fun Fact: I can't bend my pinky on my right hand because I severed a nerve.
Favorite SigEp Memory: My favorite memory comes from my first Conclave. Driving 14 hrs to SigEp Conclave in Houston, winning a Buchanan Cup, spending a night in New Orleans with some of the best guys I know, and then driving 14 hrs back to Louisville.