Jake is an Economics major, Class of ‘20. He is from Louisville, KY and attended Ballard High School. He joined SigEp in the Fall of 2016. In 2018, Jake was selected for SigEp’s Tragos Quest to Greece.
As the chapter president, Jake is responsible for leading his brothers and managing the operations of the chapter. He is the face of the Fraternity to the chapter, the Greek community and the university.
Favorite SigEp Memory: The Fall 2017 Sigma Retreat
Andrew is a Finance major/CIS minor, Class of '20. He is from Taylor Mill, KY and attended Covington Catholic Highschool. He joined SigEp in the Fall of 2016.
As the vice president of programming, Andrew 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: "My diet in college strictly consists of Noodles, Lunch Meat Sandwiches, Frozen Pizza, and Wendy's 4 for $4"
Favorite SigEp Memory: "Winning the Intramural Soccer Championship which ultimately led to us winning the Fraternity Intramural Championship last Spring."
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 finance, Tommy is the chapter’s chief financial officer. He is entrusted with managing the chapter’s budget and properly allocating financial resources
Fun Fact: “I eat chicken every single day”
Favorite SigEp memory: “being welcomed into the chapter at Fall ’17 pref”
Coire is a Biology Major, Class of ‘20. He is from Ft. Mitchell, KY and attended Covington Catholic Highschool. He joined SigEp in the Fall of 2016. If there’s any brother who embodies our principle of brotherly love, it’s Coire.
As the vice president of member development, Coire 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 went on a Biology research trip to Peru for two weeks last summer.”
Favorite SigEp Memory: “Raising $35,000+ for raiseRED this year, tripling what we raised in the past. Seeing our chapter support something so much bigger than ourselves is truly amazing. The love and passion that all our brothers embody made me so proud to be a SigEp.”
Cameron is a Biology major with a track in Dentistry, Class of ‘20. He is from Fort Mitchell, KY and attended Beechwood High School. He joined SigEp in the Fall of 2016. Cam played a huge role in getting us our third-in-a-row IM championship when he was our IM director in 2017.
As the Vice President of Recruitment, Cameron 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
Favorite SigEp Memory: “Winning Intramural soccer, handball, and putt-putt all in the same day which allowed us to win our 3rd straight Fraternity Intramural Championship in the Spring of ‘18.”
Austin is an Mechanical Engineering major, Class of ‘20. He is from Crestwood, KY and attended South Oldham High School. He joined SigEp in the Spring of 2017.
As the vice president of communications, Austin 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: People in the chapter call me Boogie, which was a nickname gifted to me be THE Alex Taulbee
Favorite SigEp Memory: Bid night. It was a realization of the future ahead and I was eager to get started.
Alex is an Electrical Engineering major, Class of ‘20. He is from Owensboro, KY and attended Owensboro Catholic High School. He joined SigEp in the Fall of 2016.
As chaplain, Alex is 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 became an uncle when I was 5 years old”
Favorite SigEp Memory: “Playing sand volleyball at the Fig”
Gregory is an Accounting major, class of ‘20. He is from Taylorsville, KY and attended Christian Academy of Louisville High School. He joined SigEp in the Fall of 2016. He is currently a finance intern at BAE Systems, Inc.
As the vice president of services, Greg 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 signed to play basketball in college, but ended up deciding to attend the University of Louisville so I could get the full college experience and focus on my academics and helping others.”
Favorite SigEp memory: “winning the Intramural Basketball Championship this Spring (Spring 2019)”
Trent is a Civil Engineering major, Class of ‘20. He is from Paducah, KY and attended McCracken County High School. He joined SigEp in the Fall of 2016. Trent has helped organize large events such a campus wide anti-hazing event and has organized the creation of a dedicated study room in the chapter house.
As vice president of RLC, Trent is responsible for supplementing the education of both his brothers and the community through programming independent of the Balanced Man Program.
Fun Fact: I am a double legacy for SigEp.
Favorite SigEp Memory: My favorite memory comes from my first night in the chapter. When I walked on to the SigEp deck I was greeted with the phrase “Welcome back, wait no, welcome home”. It was in that moment that I knew I had found my home and had made the correct decision to join SigEp.