UT Martin Sigma Phi Epsilon alumnus Keith Boatright (’98) received an Exemplary Service Award at the 57th Grand Chapter Conclave in Denver, Colorado on July 31, 2021. The award honors those who have selflessly given at least 20 years of service to our fraternity. Brothers from Tennessee Kappa were on hand at the Board of Governors reception to help surprise Keith with his award.
Boatright serves as the Chapter Counselor for our Missouri Eta chapter at Missouri State University. He previously served as the Chapter Counselor at Lambuth University.
From the announcement post:
Keith knows what it takes to build an award-winning chapter. Not only does he facilitate two chapter retreats each year, he also sets high standards for chapter leaders. Since he began serving as chapter counselor in 2013, the chapter has consistently held a GPA above 3.0. It’s won two Buchanan Cups and multiple campus awards.
Keith is also highly respected by the university staff. His strong relationship with the Fraternity and Sorority Life staff has resulted in buy-in to the Balanced Man Program across the entire Greek community. An invaluable asset to the AVC, he’s also personally recruited several active volunteers and advises them on the fundamentals of the BMP.
The contributions of these phenomenal volunteers are what makes it possible for SigEp to thrive and continue to educate and motivate today’s college men. You can read the accomplishments of all of this year’s Exemplary Service Award recipients here.