Beers is the founder and president of Integrity Outsource, an Arizona-based professional employer organization. He is chairman of the Arizona State Personnel Board and is Leadership Chair for Arizona in his Industry Association (NAPEO). Beers was inducted into his chapter’s (Beta Phi) Hall of Honor, received the Seven Lights Alumni Award in 2018 and was inducted into the Order of Constantine in 2019. He is currently serving in his second term as Grand Praetor for the Grand Canyon province, is a Ritual Peer, Life Loyal Sig, serves on the Membership Development Committee, Consuls’ faculty for the Krach Transformational Leaders Workshop and has been invited to participate in guide training for the Horizons Huntsman Leadership Summit in the fall of 2020.
Connelley, a fourth generation Arizonan, has spent a lifetime working in the agricultural industry (cotton & produce), food distribution, including mining during college, and is currently with the Arizona Department of Agriculture. He holds a bachelor’s degree in U.S. Economic and Agricultural History from NAU and a master of science degree in Agribusiness from the ASU Morrison School of Agribusiness. He was inducted into The Order of Constantine in 2017, is president of Flagstaff Alumni Chapter, serves on the Zeta Omicron Housing Corporation Board and Scholarship Trustees, the NAU Greek Alumni Council, and is a Life Loyal Sig.
Hara is a senior consultant at management for 1898 & Co., leading clients through successful businesses transformations. He earned his bachelor’s degrees in business administration and finance. In 2012, he earned his project management certificate from Cal. Poly.-Pomona.
Wolfe is a residential real estate broker for Coldwell Banker First Affiliate. In 1979, he earned his bachelor’s degree in Business. Wolf is the founder of the alumni mentor group serving the Fraternity’s Arizona State chapter. This program has been so successful that plans are developing to deploy it throughout the Grand Canyon province.
Loughney is the president of Fitch Hill, a full-service interior design and construction firm. Loughney graduated with a bachelor’s degree in business communication and currently serves as the president of the Arizona State chapter’s house corporation.
Komadina is the director of revenue growth for Integrity Outsource, LLC, in Phoenix. He previously spent 8 years with Enterprise Fleet Management. He currently serves as event chair for GET, a Phoenix-based young professionals group. He serves as chapter advisor for the Fraternity chapter at Arizona State University, as assistant Grand Praetor for the Grand Canyon province, is Ritual Peer and a graduate of the Horizons Huntsman Leadership Summit
San Angelo is an attorney at the Gallagher and Kennedy law firm in its business law and transactions group. In 2012, he earned his bachelor of arts degrees in philosophy, politics, economics, business and law and a bachelor of science degree in marketing. In 2016, he earned his master’s degree in philosophy and his law degree from Duke University. He is the leadership vice chair of Scottsdale Rising Young Professionals, serves on Phoenix Suns Charities’ Big Gorilla and is a volunteer, pro-bono lawyer serving the Society of St. Vincent de Paul of Arizona.
Malarkey has been with QuickTrip since 2009 and serves as a team leader. He earned his bachelor’s degree in parks, recreation and leisure activities. He is a Ritual Peer, a Horizons Huntsman Leadership Summit guide and a Life Loyal Sig.
Winters is the senior vice president of human resources for Paradigm Laboratories. He was instrumental in the recolonization of the Fraternity chapter at the University of Arizona in 2009, serving as chapter advisor. He also has served as Grand Praetor for the Grand Canyon province and is a Life Loyal Sig.
Weddum is vice president and commercial relationship manager for National Bank of Arizona. He earned his bachelor’s degree in finance and currently serves as the treasurer of the Fraternity’s Phoenix Alumni Chapter. He also is a Life Loyal Sig.