New Leadership Consultants
POSTED: 2008-08-19 :: LAST UPDATED: 2008-08-20, 09:00 ET

As our students return to class this fall, the General Fraternity is excited to welcome five new Leadership Consultants and one new Expansion and Recruitment Consultant to our ranks. With nearly a dozen weeks of training behind them, each of these eager staffers is now ready to hit the road. However, before they begin their journey, we thought we would take a moment for some brief introductions.

Joshua D. Green

Josh graduated from the University of Arizona in May 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts in History and Political Science. While a collegiate member in the Epsilon Alpha chapter, he held many positions including Commander, Treasurer, Marshal, Alumni Relations Chair, Philanthropy Chair and Chaplain. In addition, Josh served on the IFCís Risk Management Board, the U of Aís Student Government, interned with Hillel and was Assistant Director for a freshman orientation camp.

Josh attended the 2005 and 2007 College of Chapters, as well as the 2005 Sigma Nu Arizona Celebration. Before joining the Headquarters staff, he worked for Bank of America and volunteered for the MDA, the Boys and Girls Club and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

Josh was born and raised in Reno, Nevada, which he calls home, but he hopes to one day live and work in Chicago as an author and philanthropist. Josh enjoys traveling, writing, golf and all activities with friends and family.

Josh will be consulting with the following chapters:
Rho, Phi, Beta Gamma, Beta Kappa, Gamma Xi, Gamma Omicron, Gamma Upsilon, Delta Epsilon,
Epsilon Beta, Epsilon Epsilon, Zeta Omicron, Zeta Psi, Eta Zeta, Eta Xi, Eta Tau, Eta Upsilon, Kappa Sigma, Lambda Phi, Mu Alpha, Mu Kappa, Mu Rho, Mu Tau

W. Brett Holt

Brett Holt graduated from California State University, Fresno in May 2008 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in Management. While pursuing his undergraduate degree at Fresno State, Brett held several positions in the Zeta Kappa Chapter including Commander, Treasurer, Marshal and LEAD Chairman. He also served as the Interfraternity Council delegate for the Zeta Kappa Chapter for one year. He won numerous awards within the Zeta Kappa Chapter, as well as an award at the Greek-wide level, and was recognized as the LEAD Collegiate Facilitator-of-the-Year for the 2006-2007 academic year. In 2006, Brett attended the 62nd Grand Chapter and, in 2007, he attended College of Chapters.

Brett is passionate about fitness, sports and likes to take full advantage of any opportunity that is given to him. He enjoys spending time with friends and family and does not want to miss out on anything life has to offer.

Brett will be consulting with the following chapters:
Beta Beta, Beta Zeta, Beta Eta, Beta Upsilon, Gamma Gamma, Gamma Mu, Gamma Nu, Delta Theta, Epsilon Mu, Epsilon Nu, Epsilon Rho, Epsilon Chi, Zeta Phi, Eta Lambda, Eta Mu (A), Eta Mu (B), Theta Eta, Theta Nu, Iota Psi, Kappa Beta, Kappa Iota, Lambda Gamma, Lambda Pi, Mu Lambda, Mu Sigma

Edward Prewitt

Edward Prewitt graduated in May 2008 from the University of North Carolina with degrees in Management and Ancient/Medieval History. Edward became one of the Psi Chapter re-founding fathers in spring 2006, which provided the opportunity to restart his own fatherís chapter. During his time at Psi, Edward served as Recorder and Commander and was named Most Valuable Brother in spring of 2007 during the Psi re-chartering ceremony. He also attended the 62nd Grand Chapter.

Edward is an avid traveler, having spent time in Greece, Crete, Costa Rica, Poland and Mexico. He enjoys bluegrass music, hiking and boating. Along with cheering for Tar Heel basketball, Edward is a diehard Washington Redskins fan. He plans to eventually return to UNC to become a history professor.

Edward will be consulting with the following chapters:
Gamma, Delta, Sigma, Beta Omicron, Gamma Iota, Epsilon Eta, Epsilon Sigma, Zeta Theta, Eta Epsilon,
Eta Omicron, Eta Rho, Theta Theta, Theta Chi, Iota Rho, Iota Chi, Kappa Epsilon, Kappa Upsilon, Kappa Chi, Lambda Alpha, Mu Gamma, Mu Eta

Diego Silva

Diego Silva graduated from Cal State Los Angeles in 2008 with a bachelorís degree in Communication Studies with an emphasis in Public Relations. Diego rushed Sigma Nu his freshman year in fall 2003, and he received the lowest badge number of his candidate class. Within his chapter he has held the positions of Commander, Treasurer, Chaplain, Social Chairman and Alumni Relations Chairman. During his term as Commander, Diego was awarded the 2006 - 2007 Outstanding Student Organization President Award. Aside from Fraternal involvement, Diego served as the Vice President of Academic Governance and Campus Affairs Representative for Associated Students, Inc. He was also a member of the CSULA Forensics Team (Speech & Debate) and served as the Greek Council President in 2007 Ė 2008.

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Calif., Diego enjoys activities with friends and his involvement in various organizations and events. He has had a great impact among his Cal State Los Angeles peers and seeks to make an even greater impact in Sigma Nu Fraternity. Life goals include pursuing a masterís degree and starting his own business in the Southern California area.

Diego will be consulting with the following chapters:
Beta Chi, Beta Psi, Delta Xi, Epsilon Alpha, Epsilon Omicrcon, Epsilon Pi, Zeta Iota, Zeta Kappa, Zeta Pi, Zeta Upsilon, Eta Delta, Eta Iota, Eta Kappa, Iota Kappa, Kappa Gamma, Kappa Pi, Kappa Rho,
Lambda Omicron, Lambda Upsilon, Lambda Chi

Stephen L. Snitzky

Stephen graduated from Eastern Michigan University in December 2007, where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science with a minor in History. During his time with the Lambda Pi Chapter, Stephen served as Recruitment Chairman, Risk Reduction Chairman and was responsible for planning his chapterís Homecoming and Hayride. He was also heavily involved in other activities outside of Sigma Nu, including the University of Michigan Naval ROTC and the New Student Orientation Program. Prior to graduation and before becoming a member of the Headquarters staff, Stephen worked in sales and management with General Nutrition Centers (GNC).

Stephen was born and raised in the Cleveland metropolitan area and was active in athletics and community service from an early age. He is a proud Eagle Scout and loves playing a pick-up game of baseball. Stephen is also a diehard Cleveland sports fan and enjoys hanging out with his friends and family in his free time.

Steve will be consulting with the following chapters:
Epsilon, Beta Alpha, Beta Iota, Beta Rho, Gamma Delta, Gamma Theta, Delta Alpha, Delta Beta,
Delta Gamma, Delta Delta, Delta Nu, Delta Sigma, Delta Chi, Epsilon Theta, Epsilon Psi, Zeta Gamma,
Zeta Eta, Zeta Sigma, Iota Nu, Iota Sigma, Kappa Zeta, Kappa Lambda, Lambda Eta, Mu Iota, Mu Pi

New Expansion and Recruitment Consultant

R. Gabe Ford

Gabe graduated from Presbyterian College (PC) in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts in Music. He held several leadership positions in the Zeta Theta Chapter including Commander, House Manager, Candidate Treasurer and LEAD Chairman. Outside the chapter he served in leadership on the Student Union Board, as an IFC representative, Concert Chair and Section Leader for the PC Choir.

Gabe has attended Recruitment/LEAD institutes, the 2007 College of Chapters and the 63rd Grand Chapter in Austin, Texas. He also loves music, intramural softball, attending movies, travel and food. Gabe serves as an Expansion and Recruitment Consultant. He will be starting his first colonization project this fall at Huntingdon College. Gabe will also be the new project manager for the Mu Upsilon Colony at Stephen F. Austin State University.

Gabe consults with all new colonies and chapters that need recruitment assistance.

Returning Leadership Consultants

Nathaniel Clarkson

Fred Dobry

Nathaniel joined staff in June 2007 and will be consulting with the following chapters:
Eta, Theta, Iota, Kappa, Mu, Xi, Psi, Beta Theta, Gamma Alpha, Delta Mu, Epsilon Zeta, Epsilon Xi, Zeta Zeta, Eta Gamma, Theta Alpha, Theta Gamma, Theta Pi, Iota Lambda, Iota Pi, Kappa Theta,
Lambda Theta, Mu Beta, Mu Nu, Mu Xi, Mu Psi

Fred joined staff in January 2008 and will continue consulting the following chapters:
Beta Epsilon, Beta Mu, Gamma Eta, Gamma Kappa, Gamma Tau, Gamma Phi, Gamma Chi, Delta Eta, Delta Omicron, Delta Tau, Epsilon Delta,
Epsilon Kappa, Epsilon Lambda, Epsilon Upsilon, Zeta Alpha, Eta Theta, Theta Beta, Theta Lambda, Lambda Delta, Lambda Iota

James J. Ehrmann Ė Associate Director of Leadership Development

During his first year on staff, James traveled the Great Lakes region. As our new Associate Director of Leadership Development, he is primarily responsible for management of the Helping Hand Initiative, as well co-management of various educational programs and initiatives.

James will also be consulting with the following chapters:
Beta, Lambda, Delta Pi, Delta Phi, Eta Pi, Eta Phi,
Eta Chi, Theta Xi, Iota Delta, Mu Phi, Mu Chi

Returning Expansion and Recruitment Consultants

Nick Claghorn

Andrew Meeks

Nick joined staff in January 2007 and will continue consulting with all new colonies and chapters that need recruitment assistance.

Andrew joined staff in January 2007 and will continue consulting with all new colonies and chapters that need recruitment assistance.

Mike Schamp

Mike joined staff in June 2007 and will continue consulting with all new colonies and chapters that need recruitment assistance.


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