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2024 Updates to the Fraternal Staff Team

Updates from Lexington

New Faces

As of June 1, 2024, the Fraternity is excited to announce that three new staff members have joined the team as Consultants for the 2024-2025 academic year.

Tucker Barco (Virginia Wesleyan)

Tucker graduated from Virginia Wesleyan University in May 2023 with a degree in Theatre. As a member of the Iota Beta Chapter, Tucker held multiple leadership roles, including Commander, Social Chairman, and IFC Chairman, in addition to service on several committees. Outside of the Fraternity, Tucker worked and volunteered with Virginia Wesleyan’s Theatre Department, working both with set construction and lighting design for musicals like SpongeBob and Cabaret. Tucker’s hobbies include playing volleyball, watching sports, fishing, and playing board games.

Kevin C. Egan (Missouri)

Kevin graduated from the University of Missouri in May 2024 with a degree in Finance and Banking. During his time at Rho Chapter, he served in many positions, including Recruitment Chairman, Philanthropy Chairman, and LEAD Chairman, during which he was selected as Sigma Nu Fraternity’s 2022 LEAD Chairman of the Year. He was also the Co-Founder of the Mizzou Pickleball Association and served multiple different positions on the University of Missouri's Interfraternity Council. Kevin was born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri, and his interests include pickleball, trivia, and history. After his time on staff, Kevin plans to move back to Kansas City and work in construction management.

Noah G. Frank (Purdue)

Noah graduated from Purdue University in May 2024 with a degree in Hospitality and Tourism Management. During his time in the Beta Zeta Chapter, Noah served as Commander, LEAD Chairman, Chaplain, and Steward. He also assisted during the chapter’s home renovation project, including involvement in floor plans, construction updates, and furniture selection. On campus, Noah served in a variety of leadership roles, including as a tour guide for Purdue Admissions, as a new student leader, and as President of student staff for orientation programs. Noah grew up in a military-connected family and has lived throughout the United States. His hobbies include studying early U.S. history, watching any type of sporting event from baseball and football to NASCAR, and tackling the closest nature trail. After his time on staff, Noah intends to pursue a career in operations management for a large arena or convention center.


Changing Roles

The Fraternity is excited to announce a role change for two existing staff members.

Matthew M. Hylton (DePauw)

On July 1, 2024, Matthew will assume the role of Associate Director of Risk Reduction for the Fraternity. As an Associate Director, Matthew will manage the Fraternity's on- and off-site investigation and membership review processes, create and manage remediation plans, and assist with health and safety, risk reduction, and prevention-related projects. 



Michael C. Lay (Arkansas-Fort Smith)

On July 1, 2024, Michael will assume responsibilities for managing the Fraternity's pilgrimage program. In this role, Michael will be in charge of scheduling chapter pilgrimages to visit the Fraternity headquarters, coordinating overnight lodging in the Spears Family Epsilon Epsilon Center for Excellence, and facilitating tours and educational experiences for guests visiting the headquarters. In addition to the pilgrimage program, Michael will continue to serve the Fraternity in his role as an Associate Director of Risk Reduction.


Departing Staff

The Fraternity bids good luck and Godspeed to an outgoing staff member who recently completed his time as a consultant.

Levi L. Lunceford (Idaho)

Levi joined the General Fraternity staff in June 2022 after graduating from the University of Idaho with a degree in sociology with an emphasis on criminology. During Levi’s two years on staff, he served as a Leadership Consultant for the Fraternity, supporting chapters in Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, and Florida.

Levi’s work has directly impacted thousands of collegiate and alumni brothers, and his exemplary commitment to the principles of the Legion of Honor has modeled the way for the chapters he has worked with.

On behalf of the entire Legion of Honor, we thank Levi for his service and the distinguished legacy he has created.

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