Sigma Nu Fraternity, Inc. employs a phenomenal staff, with the largest number of employees serving as consultants who work directly with our collegiate chapters and colonies. Each consultant brings an exceptional experience, set of skills, and passion to his work. Take a moment to meet these young alumni who dedicate their time and talents working to improve the fraternal experience, one chapter/colony at a time.
Evan joined the General Fraternity staff in June 2015. He graduated from Georgia Southern University in May 2014 with a degree in recreational therapy and a minor in psychology.
Evan originally began his college career at Morehead State University in Morehead, Kentucky, where he was a member of the football team. After his freshman year, he transferred to GSU and decided to join the Legion of Honor. Evan was candidate class president, and spent most of his fraternal time serving on multiple committees until he served as Commander his senior year during the re-organization of the Theta Kappa Chapter. He was also involved with the Interfraternity Council, Campus Crusades, intramurals, as founder of the Student Therapeutic Recreation Association, and volunteered at The Shepherd Center. He became certified as a Therapeutic Recreation Specialist following his graduation.
Originally from Stone Mountain, Georgia, Evan enjoys staying active by running, working out, and playing sports. After his tenure, he hopes to further his education in graduate school and pursue a career in healthcare.
Evan will be consulting the following chapters (Schedule):
Delta Epsilon, Delta Eta, Delta Rho, Epsilon Beta, Epsilon Delta, Epsilon Epsilon, Eta Delta, Eta Nu, Eta Tau, Eta Upsilon, Eta Zeta, Gamma Eta, Gamma Kappa, Gamma Upsilon, Lambda Epsilon, Lambda Phi, Mu Rho, Mu Tau, Mu Upsilon, Nu, Nu Alpha, Theta, Theta Sigma, Zeta Chi, Zeta Omicron, Zeta Pi, Zeta Psi
Daniel joined the General Fraternity staff in June 2016. He graduated from the University of Central Florida in December 2015 with a degree in psychology.
During his time in the Mu Psi Chapter, Daniel served as Commander, Marshal, Public Relations Chairman, Greek Week/Homecoming Chairman and was involved in numerous other committees. Outside of Sigma Nu, he was on the Greek Week Executive Board, Order of Omega Honor Society, was a Research Assistant in a UCF lab, and was an Undergraduate Admissions Student Ambassador.
Originally from Orlando, Florida, Daniel enjoys reading, finding new and interesting things to do, traveling, working out, playing sports and following Orlando and UCF athletics. After his tenure with the Sigma Nu Fraternity staff, Daniel intends to pursue a Masters and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology.
Daniel will be consulting the following chapters and colonies (Schedule):
Beta Iota, Beta Tau, Delta, Delta Alpha, Epsilon Eta, Eta Beta, Eta Epsilon, Eta Omicron, Eta Rho, Gamma, Gamma Iota, Kappa Chi, Kappa Epsilon, Kappa Iota, Kappa Lambda, Lambda, Mu Chi, Mu Eta, Nu Delta, Psi, Sigma, Theta Theta, Theta Xi, Theta Zeta, Zeta Gamma, Zeta Theta
Rob Grabowski (Alabama)
Rob joined the General Fraternity staff in June 2016. He received his undergraduate degree in Psychology with a minor in Mathematics from the University of Alabama in December 2015.
During his time in the Theta Chapter, Rob served as Commander in his senior year and as the Social Chairman in his junior year. Rob is a member of the Jason’s Men’s Honor Society, and the Order of Omega. Rob was also involved in conducting research across the Alabama campus through the psychology research lab.
Rob was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama; where he still returns to the majority of his family. Rob’s hobbies include mountain bike riding, running, playing guitar and video games. Rob hopes to attend graduate school for Organizational Psychology following his time on staff.
Rob will be consulting the following chapters and colonies (Schedule):
Beta Omicron, Beta Theta, Delta Mu, Epsilon Sigma, Epsilon Xi, Epsilon Zeta, Eta, Eta Gamma, Gamma Alpha, Iota, Iota Gamma, Iota Lambda, Iota Pi, Kappa Theta, Lambda Theta, Mu, Mu Beta, Mu Nu, Mu Psi, Mu Xi, Nu Beta, Phi, Theta Alpha, Theta Gamma, Theta Kappa, Theta Pi, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Colony
James joined the General Fraternity staff in June 2015. He graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara in June 2015 with a degree in political science and a minor in Black Studies.
During his four years at UC Santa Barbara, James was a re-founding father of the Kappa Eta Chapter, where he served as Eminent Commander for his first three years and Philanthropy Chairman for his final year. He also served on his chapter’s judicial board, as a voting president for four different IFC Executive Boards, and as the Greek Life Intern in the Greek Affairs Department at UCSB.
James was born in Calgary, Canada and moved to the San Francisco Bay Area when he was eight. He is an avid sports fan, and spends most of his free time either playing or watching some type of sport. Following his time on staff, James hopes to attend law school and continue to travel the world.
James will be consulting the following chapters (Schedule):
Beta Alpha, Beta Rho, Delta Beta, Delta Delta, Delta Gamma, Delta Kappa, Delta Phi, Delta Pi, Delta Sigma, Epsilon, Epsilon Theta, Eta Chi, Eta Pi, Gamma Delta, Gamma Pi, Gamma Theta, Iota Beta, Iota Delta, Iota Sigma, Kappa Delta, Kappa Zeta, Lambda Eta, Lambda Upsilon, Mu Iota, Mu Phi, Mu Pi, Mu Zeta, Zeta Sigma
Mark joined the General Fraternity staff in June 2015. He graduated from Kent State University in May 2015 with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Sports Administration.
During his time in the Zeta Gamma Chapter, Mark served as Commander, Recorder, Alumni Relations Chairman, and IFC delegate. Outside of Sigma Nu, Mark served three terms on the Interfraternity Council as vice president of member education and vice president of public and alumni relations. In addition, Mark served on the Greek Review Board, the Greek Life Blue Ribbon Committee, and was a member on the executive board of the Order of Omega. The Blue Ribbon Committee was set up for Kent State in partnership with the Northern-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) to better the Greek community but to also better relations for the community with other communities within KSU. Outside of Greek Life, Mark worked as the student leadership assistant in the Center for Student Involvement and in student media at the University.
Originally from Twinsburg, Ohio, Mark enjoys following Cleveland sports, traveling, golfing, and playing in summer softball leagues. Following his time on staff, Mark hopes to pursue a career in the field of collegiate athletics.
Mark will be consulting the following chapters and colonies (Schedule):
Beta Beta, Beta Epsilon, Beta Eta, Beta Mu, Beta Upsilon, Delta Theta, Epsilon Chi, Epsilon Kappa, Epsilon Mu, Epsilon Rho, Eta Mu (A), Eta Theta, Gamma Beta, Gamma Gamma, Gamma Mu, Gamma Omicron, Gamma Tau, Gamma Xi, Lambda Delta, Lambda Gamma, Lambda Pi, Mu Kappa, Rho, Theta Eta, Theta Nu, Theta Rho, Zeta Phi
Robert joined the General Fraternity staff in June 2016. He completed his undergraduate studies at California State University Fullerton in May 2016 with a degree in Political Science.
During his time in the Lambda Upsilon Chapter, Robert served as LEAD Chairman, Chaplain, and on his chapter’s judicial board. In part of serving as his chapter's LEAD Chairman Robert received Officer of the Year from Lambda Upsilon, as well as LEAD Chairman of the Year from Sigma Nu. Robert assisted his chapter in winning his university’s educational program of the year, as well as dean’s cup. Robert also volunteered with a local elementary school during his time at CSUF, and served as a board member for Greek Week. Outside of Sigma Nu, Robert has interned for his school’s legal department, as well as interning for a local campaign.
Robert is from Orange, California. In his free time he enjoys activities such as volleyball and hiking. Robert is a huge fan of the Angels baseball team and the San Diego Chargers. Following his time on staff, Robert hopes to continue his education at law school and one day become an attorney.
Robert will be consulting the following chapters and colonies (Schedule):
Beta Chi, Beta Psi, Delta Iota, Delta Omicron, Delta Tau, Epsilon Lambda, Epsilon Omicron, Epsilon Pi, Eta Iota, Eta Kappa, Eta Phi, Gamma Chi, Gamma Phi, Gamma Zeta, Iota Kappa, Iota Upsilon, Kappa Eta, Kappa Pi, Kappa Rho, Lambda Chi, Lambda Omicron, Theta Lambda, Zeta Iota, Zeta Kappa, Zeta Nu, Zeta Xi
Will joined the General Fraternity staff in June 2016. He graduated from the University of Idaho in May 2016 with a degree in Exercise Science and Health.
During his time in the Delta Omicron Chapter, Will served as Risk Reduction Chairman, Philanthropy Chairman, and Intramural Chairman. Outside of Sigma Nu, Will worked alongside IFC as a Fraternity Recruitment Counselor, Greek 101 Counselor, and ran the UIdaho Bound information table. Apart from Greek Life, Will has also worked as a teacher's assistant for three undergraduate level classes, twice in Human Anatomy and once in Movement Science: Wellness and Behavior Change for Healthy Active Lifestyles. He has also volunteered in a local Kindergarten classroom as tutor and mentor.
Although born in Hartford, Connecticut, Will has spent most of his life in San Clemente, California, and St. George, Utah. A huge sports and music fan, Will spends most of his time playing guitar, mountain biking, and watching Lakers' games. Following his time on staff, Will hopes to pursue a career in Student Affairs and eventually earn a doctoral degree.
Will will be a project manager for the upcoming re-colonization effort for the Zeta Lambda Chapter at the University of Tulsa.
Preston joined the General Fraternity staff in June 2016. He graduated from California State University, Fullerton in May 2016 with a degree in Kinesiology.
Preston joined the Lambda Upsilon Chapter as a sophomore and served as Recorder, Assistant Marshal, and Alumni Relations Chairman. Aside from fraternity life, he was as a counselor for Camp Titan, which was created by Greek Life to give underprivileged children in Orange County an opportunity to experience a week’s vacation away from home. Preston also spent Fridays volunteering to spend time with students at Sierra Vista Elementary School.
Preston enjoys staying active through hiking, cycling, basketball, volleyball, and golfing. He hopes to compete in Men’s Physique and a Triathlon. Being born and raised in Los Angeles County, he remains a Los Angeles Lakers fan.
Preston will be a project manager for the upcoming re-colonization effort for the Zeta Upsilon Chapter at Arizona State University.