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Leadership Consultants

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 exceptional experience, a set of skills, and passion for 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. Click here to review consultation schedules.

Chaysen Babcock (Northern Arizona)

Chaysen Babcock HeadshotChaysen joined the General Fraternity staff in June 2023. He graduated from Northern Arizona University in May 2023 with a degree in Public Health.

During his time in the Eta Iota Chapter, he served as Lt. Commander and Social Chairman, as well as on several committees. In addition, he led various community service outings for fraternity and community members.

Chaysen was born and raised in Anza, Calif. His interests include sports, exercise, video games, hiking, and cliff jumping. After his time on staff, Chaysen plans to enroll in nursing school with a specialty in anesthesia.

Chaysen serves as the project manager for the Kappa Gamma (Cal Poly Pomona) expansion and consult the following chapters: Beta Chi, Beta Psi, Kappa Pi, Zeta Iota, Zeta Kappa, Zeta Xi.

Reagan Basil (Furman)

A native of Galloway, New Jersey, Reagan joined the General Fraternity Staff in June of 2022. He graduated from Furman University in May of 2022 with a degree in Communication Studies.

During his tenure with the Kappa Chi Chapter, Reagan held several leadership roles, including Treasurer, Community Service & Philanthropy Chairman, Homecoming Chairman, Formal Chairman, and Wellness Committee Chairman, a chapter-specific program designed to help brothers reach physical, mental, and spiritual wellness. Outside of his fraternal experience, Reagan was a four-year student manager of the Furman Men’s basketball team, including the team’s first ever game as a top 25-ranked team in December of 2018.

Reagan’s hobbies include playing golf, watching sports and movies, and playing card games. His favorite sports teams include the New York Giants, Mets, and Knicks, as well as the New Jersey Devils. After his time on staff, Reagan intends to pursue a career in sports marketing and development.

Reagan serves as the Midwest Consultant and supports the following chapters: Beta Beta, Beta Eta, Beta Upsilon, Beta Zeta, Delta Eta, Epsilon Beta, Epsilon Kappa, Epsilon Mu, Epsilon Rho, Eta Mu (A), Eta Theta, Gamma Gamma, Gamma Mu, Gamma Nu, Gamma Omicron, Gamma Tau, Gamma Xi, Lambda Delta, Lambda Gamma, Mu Kappa, Nu, Rho, Theta Nu, Theta Rho, Theta Sigma.

Ricardo Guevara (Central Arkansas)

Ricardo Guevara HeadshotRicardo joined the General Fraternity staff in June 2023. He graduated from the University of Central Arkansas in May 2023 with a degree in Health Sciences with a concentration in Health Services Administration.

During his time in the Lambda Phi Chapter, Ricardo served as Commander, Social Chairman, and on several committees. On campus, Ricardo served as President of the Latino Student Association, Resident Assistant for UCA Housing and Residence Life, UCA campus Ambassador, and as a senior class representative on the Student Government Association. Ricardo was also named a member of the 2022 Homecoming court his senior year. Ricardo was awarded 2022 Student Organization President of the Year, 2023 Greek Man of the Year, and a UCA Bear CLAWS award.

Ricardo grew up in Van Buren, Arkansas and has a passion for traveling, going on hikes with friends, and listening to music. In the future Ricardo plans on pursuing a master’s degree in Health Services Administration with the goal of serving in children's hospitals to help build health initiatives for underserved communities.

Ricardo serves as the West Coast Consultant and supports the following chapters: Delta Iota, Delta Omicron, Delta Rho, Delta Tau, Epsilon Alpha, Epsilon Delta, Epsilon Lambda, Epsilon Omicron, Epsilon Pi, Eta Delta, Eta Iota, Eta Phi, Gamma Chi, Gamma Eta, Gamma Kappa, Gamma Phi, Gamma Zeta, Iota Theta, Kappa Rho, Lambda Chi, Lambda Epsilon, Lambda Omicron, Lambda Upsilon, Theta Lambda, Zeta Nu, Zeta Omicron, Zeta Pi, Zeta Upsilon.

Matthew Hylton (DePauw)

Matthew joined the General Fraternity staff in June 2022. He graduated from DePauw University in May 2022 with a degree in English creative writing.

During his time in the Beta Beta Chapter, he served as Lt. Commander, Sentinel, Social Chairman, Community Service & Philanthropy Chairman, and LEAD Chairman. He also graduated as a Bonner Scholar and served on the executive board of DePauw Gaming Club for over two years.

Matthew is from Indianapolis, Ind. He is a musician, gamer, and science fiction/horror fan. His instruments of choice are guitar, bass guitar, and percussion. After his time on staff, Matthew plans to pursue a career in performance and music recording. He also plans to open a family-owned music venue/bar.

Matthew serves as the Northeast Consultant and supports the following chapters: Beta, Beta Alpha, Beta Iota, Beta Nu, Beta Rho, Delta Alpha, Delta Beta, Delta Gamma, Delta Kappa, Delta Phi, Delta Sigma, Epsilon Chi, Epsilon Theta, Gamma Delta, Gamma Pi, Gamma Theta, Iota Beta, Iota Delta, Iota Sigma, Kappa Delta, Kappa Lambda, Kappa Zeta, Lambda Eta, Mu Iota, Mu Pi, Zeta Gamma, Zeta Sigma.

Michael Lay (Arkansas-Fort Smith)

Michael joined the General Fraternity staff in June 2020. He graduated from the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith in May 2020 with a degree in media communications and a minor in speech.

During his time in the Nu Alpha Chapter he served as Lt. Commander, Chaplain, LEAD Chairman, and Community Service and Philanthropy Chairman, as well as serving on numerous committees. He also served on the IFC for three years, including a term as Vice Chairman. Outside of the Fraternity, he was heavily involved in Student Government.

Michael is originally from Pottsville, Arkansas. In his free time, he loves fishing, watching sports, and anything that has to do with the water – boating, floating, and the like.

Michael serves as the Associate Director of Risk Reduction and supports the following chapters: Eta Chi, Eta Pi, Mu Chi, Mu Phi, Theta Xi.

Austin Lloyd (Arkansas-Fort Smith)

Austin joined the General Fraternity staff in June 2019. He graduated from the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith in December 2018 with a degree in animation technology.

During his time in the Nu Alpha Chapter, he served as Recorder, Marshal, and Recruitment Chairman, as well as serving on numerous other committees. Outside of Sigma Nu, he was a two-term President of the Student Government Association, New Greek Member of the Year, and Greek Man of the Year. He also served as a Resident Assistant and as the Alcohol and Drugs Awareness Chair for his university’s peer education program.

Austin is originally from Pearland, Texas, a suburb in the Houston area. He enjoys traveling, watching a variety of sports, and spending time outdoors.

Austin is the Director of Chapter Services and supports the following chapters: Beta Tau, Eta Beta, Eta Tau, Gamma, Kappa Epsilon, Mu Upsilon, Nu Delta, Psi, Zeta Chi, Zeta Psi.

Levi Lunceford (Idaho)

Levi joined the General Fraternity staff in June 2022. He graduated from the University of Idaho in July 2021 with a degree in sociology with an emphasis on criminology.

During his time as a member of the Delta Omicron Chapter, Levi served as Risk Reduction Chairman, House Manager, and IFC Executive Vice President. Outside of Sigma Nu, Levi served on multiple policy committees pertaining to the University of Idaho Fraternity and Sorority Life Agreement as well as general conduct models. Post-graduation, Levi worked in the University of Idaho: Dean of Students Office as the COVID Response Operations Manager.

Levi was born in Lewiston, Idaho. He enjoys watching sports, traveling, and meeting new people. His favorite sports teams are the Cincinnati Bengals, WSU Cougars, and of course, the Idaho Vandals. Following his time on staff he intends to pursue a graduate degree and work in higher education.

Levi serves as the Southeast Consultant and supports the following chapters: Beta Theta, Delta, Delta Mu, Epsilon Eta, Epsilon Zeta, Eta, Eta Epsilon, Eta Omicron, Eta Rho, Gamma Alpha, Gamma Iota, Iota Pi, Iota Rho, Kappa, Kappa Chi, Kappa Theta, Mu, Mu Eta, Mu Xi, Nu Beta, Sigma, Theta Alpha, Theta Kappa, Theta Pi, Theta Theta, Theta Zeta, Zeta Theta.

Ryan Perry (Southern Mississippi)

Ryan joined the General Fraternity staff in June 2021. He graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi in May 2021 with a degree in print journalism.

While a member of the Theta Gamma Chapter, Ryan served as Lt. Commander, Recorder, Scholarship Chairman, Historian, and Assistant Treasurer. During his collegiate career, he also served as a member of the Southern Style Orientation Team, Outreach Chairman for the Student Senate Executive Council, Director of Fundraising for EagleTHON, and was a Discovery Scholar for the Honors College.

Ryan is originally from Flowood, Mississippi, a suburb in the Jackson-Metro area. He’s an avid comic, movie, and professional wrestling fan, and can be found writing about such topics at Adventures in Poor Taste.

Ryan is the Associate Director of Chapter Services and supports the following chapters: Beta Omicron, Epsilon Sigma, Epsilon Xi, Eta Nu, Eta Zeta, Iota, Iota Gamma, Iota Lambda, Mu Beta, Mu Rho, Nu Epsilon, Phi, Theta, Theta Gamma.

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