Resident Expansion Coordinator (Iowa State)
Ethan, originally from northern New Mexico, now resides in Ames, Iowa, serving as the resident expansion coordinator for the Fraternity's associate chapter at Iowa State University. He attended New Mexico State, earning a degree in agricultural business and economics, with minors in business administration, management and marketing. During his undergraduate Ethan served as his chapter's Quaestor, Pro Consul and Consul, during which time the group earned the Peterson Significant Chapter Award (Gold) and set philanthropic giving records. Ethan also dedicated his time to student government, serving as student body vice president and president of his Student Senate, advocating for his fellow students. He also had the opportunity to lobby in Washington, D.C., representing the interests of fraternity and sorority life at a national level, showcasing his commitment to promoting and preserving Greek-letter life. For his contributions, Ethan earned the Province Balfour Award. With a dedication to the expansion of Sigma Chi, Ethan strives to create a positive impact for the Fraternity's future.
As the resident expansion coordinator at Iowa State University, Ethan is responsible for reestablishing and supporting the associate chapter at the school. This includes guiding and mentoring the members of the Fraternity's associate chapter and its members through the Fraternity's chapter installation process.