Sigma Phi Epsilon District Governor Kelly Williams (Tennessee ‘92) announced Tuesday the appointment of Logan Wilson (Memphis-Lambuth ‘17) to serve as the Chapter Counselor for the Tennessee Kappa chapter at the University of Tennessee at Martin. Wilson will take over for D. Renard Miles (Memphis-Lambuth ‘15) following his relocation to Virginia earlier this year.
“I’m absolutely honored to have been appointed to serve as Tennessee Kappa’s next Chapter Counselor,” said Wilson. “I’m humbled to have the confidence and continued support of District Governor Williams, the entire [Alumni & Volunteer Corp.], and Brother Miles.”
He added that “despite the challenging and unprecedented times in which we find ourselves, I’m confident that if we work together, we can contribute to a better and brighter future for Tennessee Kappa, our campus community, and Sigma Phi Epsilon as a whole.”
Wilson graduated from the University of Memphis-Lambuth with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Government. He served as the Vice President of Finance and Vice President of Member Development at his home SigEp chapter. He works for the Tennessee Department of Correction.
“Over the past two years, our chapter has made remarkable accomplishments both on campus and with our Alumni Volunteer Corporation,” Miles said. “I look forward to seeing their continued development under Logan’s leadership.”
Sigma Phi Epsilon describes the Chapter Counselor role as:
The chapter counselor is responsible for coordinating volunteer support to mentor members of the undergraduate chapter. He or she provides the continuity necessary to ensure long-term chapter success. As an appointee of the district governor, the chapter counselor is also charged with upholding the Fraternity’s Grand Chapter Bylaws and Administrative Policies and Procedures.
Among Tennessee Kappa’s roster of past Chapter Counselors is Dr. Stephen B. Shanklin (Murray State ’70), who served as Grand Chapter President from 2007 to 2009 and currently serves as Treasurer for the Sigma Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation.