The Sigma Phi Epsilon chapter at UT Martin has elected its Executive Council officers for the 2020 term. These officers will lead the chapter starting this month and through the new year.
Jason Repath (2021) will serve as Chapter President. He is a junior Political Science major from Nashville, Tennessee. Jason is responsible for leading his brothers and managing the operations of the chapter.
Collin Stricklin (2021) will serve as Vice President of Programming. He is a senior Health & Human Performance major from Martin, Tennessee. Collin is responsible for the planning and execution of the chapter’s events and functions.
Marshall Hammill (2020) will serve as Vice President of Finance. He is a senior Management major from Athens, Georgia. Hunter is responsible for managing the chapter’s budget and properly allocating financial resources.
Dawson Little (2023) will serve as Vice President of Member Development. He is a freshman Agricultural Sciences major from Duck River, Tennessee. Dawson is responsible for managing the chapter’s membership experience.
Jacob Rhodes (2023) will serve as Vice President of Recruitment. He is a freshman engineering major from Brownsville, Tennessee. Jacob is responsible for recruiting the best men on campus.
Will Butler (2023) will serve as Vice President of Communications. He is a freshman Special Education major from Memphis, Tennessee. Will is responsible for the chapter’s information, storytelling, and protecting the SigEp brand.
Chris Webb (2021) will serve as Chaplain. He is a sophomore Health & Human Performance major from Martin, Tennessee. Chris is responsible for holding all members accountable to the cardinal principles and standards of membership.
The chapter has also elected the members of its Standards Board. These brothers will work with the Chaplain to ensure the conduct and academic standards of the fraternity are upheld.
- Jonathan Pesnell (2021) – Senior Marshall
- Timothy Anderson (2023) – Junior Marshall
- Parker Brogdon (2023) – Guard
- Dallas Laney (2021) – Guide
- Logan Rash (2023) – Alternate
SigEp encourages its members to be active in the campus community in order to share their time and talents with worthwhile causes. These leaders have grown through the Balanced Man Program, a non-pledging fraternity experience that promotes equal rights and responsibilities among members as they develop their personal and professional skills for life beyond college.