We have the privilege of being led by exceptional individuals who have demonstrated the skills and flexibility needed to run our Fraternity. Their leadership skills have helped us grow, expand and become the chapter we are today. Learn more about our Executive Committee members below, and get in touch with any questions.
Grand Master - President
A senior studying Music Education, Daniel has been in the Gamma-Nu Chapter since the Spring of 2017. Prior to serving as Grand Master, he has served as the Campus Involvement Chair, Grand Scribe, and Grand Master of Ceremonies. As an educator, he teaches percussion at Topeka West and Highland Park High Schools.
Get to Know More of Our Leadership
Even though we have such a great executive council, there are still lots of moving parts to a fraternity. We have appointed only the best to serve in these roles.
The Alumni Relations Committee is responsible for publishing the Chapter’s alumni newsletter, coordinating Chapter events with Chapter alumni, and maintaining an updated alumni information database.
A Greater Cause Chair
The A Greater Cause Committee is responsible for developing, planning, and executing suitable community service projects and fundraisers sponsored by the Chapter.
Brothers In Action Chair
The Brothers In Action Committee shall administer the Chapter’s Brothers In Action programs for Pledges and Brothers.
Champions Quest Chair
The Champion Quest Committee is responsible for coordinating our Rush Week and maintain up to date databases with information over current members.
The Social Committee is responsible for organizing all social functions. This committee notifies Chapter Members of upcoming social events on campus and in the community so the Chapter may be represented at these events.
Academic Excellence Chair
The Academic Excellence Committee certifys that all Members are complying with the scholarship requirements of Washburn University, the Gamma-Nu Chapter, and the Kappa Sigma Fraternity.
Public Relations Chair
The Public relations committee over sees all communications with the general public as a whole and works within the chapter to coordinate marketing techniques for events like rush week, philanthropy events, and others a like.
Campus Involvement Chair
The Campus Involvement Committee updates the chapter on new events happening weekly on Washburn's campus.
The Risk Management Committee gives presentations and educational seminars over behaviors that are risky or otherwise dangerous to avoid.