Boards

We are an association of alumni, initiates and friends of the Beta-Pi Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

A Joint BOT/BOA Meeting Closed in Due Form

Chapter operations are overseen by two separate boards–the property corporation or “Board of Trustees” and the chapter corporation or “Board of Advisers”.

The Board of Trustees

The Board of Trustees is incorporated as Tau Kappa Epsilon of Georgia, a Georgia non-profit 501(c)(7) corporation.  This is the “Property Corporation” of the organization.

The trustees directly oversees facilities issues and normally meet face-to-face at the Chapter House at least once each term.  Much business is transacted electronically between meetings.

The trustees also hold the occupants of its property accountable to certain standards of planning and conduct to ensure that the property is being used in a way that supports the educational and developmental missions of the Georgia Institute of Technology and of Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity. To that end, the trustees may exercise broad powers to address perceived threats to the property, its occupants, the Institute, or the Fraternity.

Current members of the Board of Trustees include:

  • Eric Broadwell, treasurer
  • Gary Minor, project manager
  • John Reagan, chairman
  • Scott Smelter, recorder

The Board of Advisers and the
TKE Beta-Pi Alumni Association

The Board of Advisers is incorporated as Tau Kappa Epsilon Beta-Pi Chapter, a Georgia non-profit 501(c)(7) corporation.  This is the “Chapter Corporation” of the organization.

The advisers directly oversee all aspects of membership from recruiting through alumni affairs, including all undergraduate chapter operations. The advisers normally meet face-to-face at the Chapter House at least twice each term.

The advisers, in consultation with the trustees, set the strategic direction TKE Beta-Pi Chapter and work to ensure that the organization supports the educational and developmental missions of the Georgia Institute of Technology and of Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity.  To that end, the advisers may exercise broad powers to ensure that the undergraduate chapter meets challenges presented by the social environment and takes advantage of opportunities.

The advisers also oversee the operation of the TKE Beta-Pi Alumni Association, a chartered alumni association of TKE Fraternity that is able to vote at the bi-annual conclave.

Current members of the Board of Advisers include:

  • David Adcock, ex officio chapter adviser
  • Keith Altobelli, treasurer
  • Michael Costner, at large
  • Sam Elia, ex officio resident adviser
  • Ric Gray, chairman
  • Doug Hale, kitchen
  • Bryan Hess, alumni interaction
  • Minton O’Neal, philanthropy
  • Scott McNinch, member development
  • Karl Paul, recruiting
  • Doug Sigelbaum, ex officio prytanis
  • Michael Smith, recorder, ex officio faculty adviser
  • Michael Zerkus, at large

 

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