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Executive Officers

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 Board members below, and get in touch with any questions.

Jim Henry

Grand Master - President

Jim Henry is our incredible President. He has been such an asset and leader to our chapter throughout his time in Kappa Sigma: Gamma Nu, and we are so fortunate to have him on our leadership team. Jim is a Senior studying management and finance. Jim is also the current Vice President of the Washburn student body. Jim says, "As the President of this chapter, this year is going to bring some excited changes. Proud of our recent pledge class, we will be focused on programming to offer a positive outlook to the life after college for our brothers. Kappa Sigma has proven to me that it is a wonderful way to make your college experience worth living thanks to the numerous Philanthropy events, brotherhood events, and leadership opportunities."

Andrew Miller

Grand Procurator - Vice President

The most seniored member of the executive committee, Andrew Miller has proved himself to be one of the greater assets this fraternity has. Vice President Miller is a Senior studying business. Andrew says, "As the re-elected Grand Procurator, I am looking forward to the next chapter for Kappa Sigma at Washburn University. Some of the main goals that the Executive Committee looks to implement include growing back to our fraternal roots along with continuing to set the superior standard in every way possible. Through a number one and second to none mindset, we can continue to prevail as the best chapter at Washburn, and furthermore, the best fraternity in the world. Kappa Sigma has given me so much as a member; I look forward to what I can give back to the brotherhood."

Daniel Albertson

Grand Master of Ceremonies - Ritual

Daniel is a Junior at Washburn studying music. He has been an active member of kappa sigma and previously served as the campus involvement chair, and Grand Scribe. Daniel is now the current Grandmaster of Ceremonies. He has this to say about Kappa Sigma, "As our brotherhood grows, teaching the new members the values of our 4 pillars is of utmost importance. As I move forward in this role, the pillar that I foresee will see the most exponential growth is leadership. A young but devoted Executive Council like the one we have here at Washburn University will exemplify the principles of leadership and will help guide and shape the leaders of this chapter for years to come.”

Jaron Caffery

Grand Treasurer - Treasurer

Jaron is a Freshman studying Political Science and Economics. Jaron has already quite a few accomplishments with his young career at Washburn University. Besides being Treasurer, he is also involved/takes leadership roles in: Chairman of the Kansas Federation of College Republicans, Parliament and Senator of Washburn Student Government Association, Treasurer of Washburn Residential Council, Public Relations of the Washburn University College Republican and a member of the honors program. As you can see even as a freshman, we firmly believe in and trust Jaron's ability as Treasurer for Gamma-Nu.

Mathew Christman

Grand Scribe - Secretary

Mathew is a beloved member of Gamma-nu. Mathew is a junior who is studying physics, and is also involved in Washburn's Student Government, and the physics club. He is currently running for vice-president of Washburns student body.

Committee Chairs

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.

Alumni Relations

Noah Copeland

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

Matt Willis

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

Paul Mismaque

The Brothers In Action Committee shall administer the Chapter’s Brothers In Action programs for Pledges and Brothers.

Champions Quest Chair

Tyler Burton

The Champion Quest Committee is responsible for coordinating our Rush Week and maintain up to date databases with information over current members.

Risk Management

Nick Martinez

The Risk Management Committee gives presentations and educational seminars over behaviors that are risky or otherwise dangerous to avoid.

Social Chair

Stephan Simmons

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

Andrew Miles

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

Ryan Canzano

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

Luke Spurgin

The Campus Involvement Committee updates the chapter on new events happening weekly on Washburn's campus.