Sigma Phi Epsilon at the University of Tennessee at Martin recently announced the appointment of alumni mentors to assist the undergraduate officers in the upcoming year. Through the efforts of these volunteers, our elected leaders will have a solid foundation to guide the chapter in 2022.
“I really appreciate these men stepping up to assist our undergraduate men,” said AVC Mentoring Committee Chair Anthony Reynolds (UT Martin ‘06). “It shows the heart of SigEp that these men are willing to volunteer their time and talents to help our chapter.”
Renard Miles, II (Memphis-Lambuth ‘16) is the Director of Employer Engagement and Programming for The College of William & Mary in Virginia. He holds a Master’s Degree in Management from Austin Peay State University and is a recent Chapter Counselor and Faculty Fellow for Tennessee Kappa. Renard will be mentoring our Chapter President as he leads the Executive Committee towards achieving the chapter’s goals.
Advising: Chapter President
Collin Stricklin (UT Martin ‘20) works as a personal trainer and West Tennessee native. He has recently been accepted to the Doctor of Physical Therapy program at Lincoln Memorial University in Knoxville as he builds his career. His brothers recognize him as a passionate fraternity man, particularly in his commitment to Sound Body. A recent graduate, Collin brings a wealth of knowledge of chapter operations and our existing partnerships as he aides our Vice President of Programming.
Advising: Vice President of Programming
Trey Halterman (UT Martin ‘96) works for the US Department of Justice and is a Charter member of Tennessee Kappa. He holds an undergraduate degree in Accountancy and is a Certified Public Accountant. He earned his MBA from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. Trey will be advising the Vice President of Finance on budgeting, collecting revenue and managing expenses.
Advising: Vice President of Finance
Dr. Stephen Shanklin (Murray State ‘70) is a retired accounting professor. He is a past Regional Director, District Governor, Chapter Counselor, on the National Board of Directors, Grand Chapter President and Treasurer for the SigEp Educational Foundation. He is a 2001 recipient of the Order of the Golden Heart, SigEp’s highest individual honor. He earned his Master’s degree in Business Administration from UT Martin and his Ph.D. in Accounting from St. Louis University. He most recently served the Frist Chair of Excellence Professor of Accountancy at Tennessee State University. He will be advising both the Vice President of Member Development and the Chaplain as they implement the Balanced Man Program.
Advising: Vice President of Member Development, Chaplain
Jeff Williams (Western Kentucky ‘19) is a past Regional Director for SigEp. He is a Solutions Consultant for SAP Concur, a software-as-a-service company providing travel and expense service to many of the world’s largest companies. He also serves as the AVC Secretary for his home chapter at Western Kentucky University. He is passionate about helping SigEp chapters grow the right way through year-round recruitment and uncompromising standards for membership. Jeff will bring that perspective as he advises the Vice President of Recruitment.
Advising: Vice President of Recruitment
Matthew Maxey (UT Martin ‘05) is a photographer and communications professional serving as the Director of Public Relations for Visit Franklin. A gifted storyteller, he has helped businesses, political campaigns and nonprofits alike build their brands through online and traditional media outlets. Matthew will be sharing the skills he has developed with the Vice President of Communications to help Tennessee Kappa manage its public relations and communications strategy.
Advising: Vice President of Communications
UT Martin SigEp is always looking for alumni, campus leaders and friends to help in our mission of Building Balanced Men for the World’s Communities. Reach out today!