Director of Health & Education
As Tau Kappa Epsilon's Director of Health and Education, my role is to provide our members with the education and guidance to foster the well-being and growth of the Fraternity. Effectively utilizing our resources, providing world-class programming and promoting the education and safety of the Fraternity are critical priorities for my team. I typically invest most of my time during the year doing preventative and follow-up visits with our chapters in the areas of standards, risk management, and growth and plan the logistics and execution of all of our in-person programming. I take great pride in educating, planning and aiding the men of our Fraternity to make the best decisions possible for increasing the health and safety of their group. The ultimate goal is to make sure we can all better advance the mission of the Fraternity, aiding men in their mental, moral and social development for life.
I am a Michigan native that grew up in Livonia and went to school in small-town Canton, Missouri at Culver-Stockton College. I initiated into the Zeta-Pi chapter in the fall of 2015 and was elected into the offices of Crysopholos, Epi-Prytanis and Hypophetes. I have also served as rush chair and big events chair. While doing this, I attended an RLC and Conclave 2017. I have most recently graduated from Culver-Stockton with a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology, a minor in chemistry, and an emphasis in psychology.
What I Like To Do in My Free Time
In my free time, I enjoy traveling the United States and Canada bowling semi-professionally as it is my passion along with Golf outside of the Fraternity. I love spending time at home with my family in Michigan and enjoying my time in Indianapolis while not traveling with my fiancée and our dog Ollie. I am an avid Detroit Redwings, Pistons, Tigers, Lions, and Las Vegas Golden Knights fan who also enjoys watching baseball, golf, UFC and college football.