Calen Griffin

Calen Griffin, NEBRASKA 2019, was initiated into the Fraternity on Nov. 22, 2014. Griffin has served his chapter as its scholarship chairman, Quaestor, Pro Consul and Consul, and currently serves as his chapter’s campus involvement chairman. He is involved with Greek-letter leadership on Nebraska’s campus, serving on the Interfraternity Council as vice president and also serves […]

Greg Portner

Portner was initiaited into the Fraternity’s Theta Beta chapter at the University of South Florida on Nov. 12, 2016. Following his initiation, he became Quaestor during his first semester as a brother. He then attended the Horizons Huntsman Leadership Summit and served his chapter as its Consul. He is originally from Switzerland, speaks French as […]

Ryan Temby

Ryan Temby, RUTGERS 1990, served as Consul of the Theta Sigma Chi colony for 2 years, and was later named a founder of the Iota Psi chapter. As an undergraduate, he founded and incorporated the Rutgers house corporation. Continuing his support of Sigma Chi as an alumnus, he was a chapter risk manager for five […]

Steve Schuyler

Steve Schuyler, ARIZONA 1979, was initiated into the Beta Phi chapter in 1977, after completion of his service in the U.S. Army’s military police. He served the chapter as recruitment chairman and as Consul, and has continued supporting Sigma Chi at the international and local levels throughout his professional career. He has served the Arizona […]

Jeremy Fernandes

Fernandes as initiated into the Fraternity’s chapter at the University of Cincinnati on April 26, 2013, and has since served as its Consul, Magister and recruitment chairman. Additionally, he has served as vice president and president of both the Kolodzik Business Scholars program and the Sigma Sigma honorary society, captain of his university’s soccer club […]

Timothy Sanderson

Order of Constantine Sig D. Timothy Sanderson, WESTERN ONTARIO 1985, was initiated into Sigma Chi on Dec. 3, 1983. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics from the University of Western Ontario and earned the Certified Financial Analyst (CFA) designation from the CFA Institute in 1994. He has served the General Fraternity in […]

Peter Stephens

Peter Stephens, WASHINGTON (ST. LOUIS) 1971, was initiated into Sigma Chi on Sep. 30, 1967. As an undergraduate, he served his chapter as its Recruitment Chairman and then as Pro Consul for three terms. He was active in student government and during the height of anti-war riots on campus was named one of the university’s first student trustees. After a career in the hotel industry spanning twenty years which took him to Australia, Hong Kong and New York with Hilton International and to Chicago and Zurich with Swissotel, a joint venture of Swissair and Nestle, he became a consultant to top luxury hotels such as Four Seasons, Mandarin Oriental and Ritz-Carlton in identifying senior and executive level management talent, and resettled in central Florida in 1991. In 2012, he founded Arkadia Strategic, a company based in Hong Kong which advises governments on tourism development issues. He serves as its president and CEO. Stephens became involved with the Orlando, Florida, alumni chapter of Sigma Chi at the time of the 2003 Grand Chapter held in Orlando. He nearly doubled the size of the chapter as its membership chairman and went on to serve two terms as vice president and later one as president. Beginning in 2003, Stephens co-chaired the ”Orlando Scramble for Kids” charity golf tournament and has helped to raise $160,000 for the Children’s Miracle Network, which was the Fraternity’s recommended philanthropy at that time. In 2009, Stephens was elected Grand Praetor of the Central Florida province.  Stephens currently serves as chairman of the Fraternity’s committee on governmental affairs, which is lobbying members of Congress for passage of the Collegiate Housing and Infrastructure Act (CHIA). The proposed legislation would allow the tax deductibility of contributions to fraternities and sororities for the construction of residences on college campuses, which the current IRS code does not permit. Stephens previously served as chairman of the Fraternity’s awards committee. He is now one of the representative from the Praetorial College to the Executive Committee. He has facilitated numerous province conferences, has served on the Pro Consul faculty at Balfour LTW starting in 2010, and has served as a panelist on three membership reviews. Stephens has been a Life Loyal Sigma Chi since 1971 and was inducted into the Order of Constantine in 2012.

Tom Samulski

Tom Samulski, BRADLEY 1988, was initiated into the Fraternity on Feb. 23, 1985. As an undergraduate, and especially as a new initiate, he was captivated by the Spirit of Sigma Chi and helped his chapter win its first Peterson Significant Chapter Award in a decade in 1985. He held the positions of risk manager, Annotator, Consul and Magister thereafter. […]

Michael Ursillo

Michael Ursillo, BROWN 1978, accepted his bid to join Sigma Chi in March 1975, and was initiated into the Beta Nu chapter on Oct. 12 of that year. As an undergraduate, Michael held many positions of leadership in the chapter, most notably Magister (pledge trainer) and Consul (president). After graduating, Ursillo was selected as a […]

Tommy Geddings

Seventieth Grand Consul Tommy Geddings Jr., SOUTH CAROLINA 1985, pledged Sigma Chi on Aug. 1, 1981, and was initiated on Nov. 14 of that year. Since his graduation, Geddings has served the Fraternity in various capacities at the local and international levels. His Fraternity Executive Committee experience includes two terms as the Grand Trustee representative […]

Bob Wilson

Bob Wilson, FORT HAYS 1981, was initiated into the Fraternity on May 6, 1978. He served his chapter as philanthropy chairman, Quaestor and Consul, while serving Fort Hays State University as its student body vice president and chairman of the student senate. He graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in political science, and a […]

Walker Wiggins

Walker Wiggins, ARKANSAS 2018, was initiated into Sigma Chi in January 2015. He comes from a rich Sigma Chi background as his father David Wiggins, 1986, and twin brother Wiles Wiggins, 2018, also are Arkansas Sigs. Walker served as his chapter’s Quaestor during his junior year and Magister in his senior year. He worked closely with the […]

Jay Wright

Villanova Men’s Basketball Head Coach