The Sigma Chi Risk Management Foundation created the Constantine Housing Initiative (CHI) to work as a consultative partner with local Sigma Chi house corporations to conduct housing assessments, offer recommendations for upgrades and improvements, design property conservation initiatives and address life safety issues in chapter houses. CHI is dedicated to protecting brothers and guests of Sigma Chi, lowering risk management and insurance costs for local house corporations, and making housing a competitive advantage for the Fraternity overall.
In coordination with local alumni, including the Grand Praetors and Grand Trustees, CHI’s mission to assist local house corporations will help to enhance the contribution that housing makes to our undergraduate brothers’ Sigma Chi and collegiate experience.
Brother Dobrolinsky received his Bachelor’s of Science degree from Bradley University in 1985. Dobrolinsky served on the Sigma Chi Headquarters staff as the Director of Housing and Insurance from 1987 to 1989, and he was the founding Program Director of the Risk Management Foundation and Constantine Capital, Inc.
He has served on the Risk Management Foundation Board since 2006.
After spending seventeen years with Arthur J. Gallagher and Co. in several sales leadership roles, he joined Willis North America as a National Partner in 2005 to lead their North American Captive, Actuarial and Pooling Solutions Practice. In 2008, Brother Dobrolinsky joined Assurance, a leading independent insurance and risk management brokerage. He serves as Partner and uses his expertise to focus on placing conventional and excess insurance and reinsurance for public entity, non-profit, education and religious risks; in addition to alternative risk groups and consortiums.
He is a member of the Association of Governmental Risk Pools (AGRIP), the Public Risk Management Association (PRIMA), and the University Risk Management and Insurance Association (URMIA).
He was inducted to the Circle of Honor by the Delta Rho Chapter in 2009, and he was inducted into the Fraternity’s Order of Constantine in 2017.
Davidson was hired in 2004 to lead the Risk Management Foundation (RMF) as Managing Director after earning a Master’s degree in Public Service Administration from DePaul University. He was named Executive Director in 2011, prior to the organization’s 25th anniversary in 2013. As Executive Director, Davidson is committed to higher education and non-profit endeavors, supporting new and innovative risk management education for undergraduate students and alumni volunteers across the continent.
As COO, Davidson supports the Board of Directors for multiple organizations including RMF, Constantine Housing Initiative (CHI), and the Nazarene Higher Education Risk Management Consortium (NHERMC). With more than 20 years of experience in higher education, he oversees both litigation and claims management as well as loss control and prevention orders.
Davidson is also in his 10th year as Secretary and Director of the James R. Favor & Company (JRFCO) Board, responsible for the company’s bylaws; and rules, policies, and procedures. JRFCO, insurance brokers and risk management consultants, has been the exclusive provider for Lloyd’s of London insurance products for fraternities and sororities since 1985. He has been involved with the Sigma Chi Fraternity in a number of staff and volunteer capacities, including service as the Headquarters VP of Operations from 1998-2003. Davidson has earned the Certified Risk Manager (CRM) and Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) designations from The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research.
Fiore is a serial entrepreneur with Consulting and Senior Leadership experience in multiple industries. Prior to taking his role with the Foundation, he served as Managing Partner at Franklin Properties and President of Verona Management where he led a team focused on Real Estate Development and Property Management for over 3 million square feet of residential and commercial property. Joe also held the role of Business Development Manager for Hilti North America where he focused on construction maintenance and life safety within the Healthcare Market. Joe comes to the Foundation with an Undergraduate Degree from Bradley University, a MBA from North Central College and over 500 hours of additional Leadership Training. Joe holds a Community Association Managers (CAM) License allowing him to advise Homeowners Associations on budgeting, safety and legalities.
As Managing Director, Joe supports the Board of Directors of the Risk Management Foundation (RMF) and the Constantine Housing Initiative (CHI) to provide longstanding and sustainable housing solutions for the Sigma Chi Fraternity. As an undergraduate, Joe served as Consul and Pro-Consul and is deeply involved with Sigma Chi as an alumnus.
Justin majored in political science and psychology. In college, he participated in the McConnell Scholars Program, interned in Washington, D.C., and served as student body president during his senior year. After graduation, Justin joined the Chapter Support team at SIgma Chi Headquarters where he spent three consulting with chapters, serving on multiple fraternity committees, and handling administrative duties in Evanston. Justin joined the RMF team in August 2015, with primary duties focused on property claims, the Constantine Housing Initiative, educating undergraduate chapters, and supporting the Executive Director in day-to-day operations. Brandt has earned designations as a Certified Insurance Service Representative (CISR) and a Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) from The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research.