2020 Leadership Conference – FAQ

What are the new dates for the 2020 Leadership Conference? The new dates for the 2020 Leadership Conference are January 8-10, 2021. The Opening Session is scheduled to be at 2:00 PM on Friday, January 8th, 2021. Where is the 2020 Leadership Conference now? The new location for the postponed 2020 Leadership conference is now…

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Meet The DGM – Jacob Wilson

Jacob J. Wilson (Kappa-Mu, Tennessee Technological University, ’06) – Central Tennessee District Professional Title and Employer CEO of Morrison Industries. First Grand Conclave You Attended 70th Grand Conclave in Las Vegas. Why You Volunteer For Kappa Sigma My experience in Kappa Sigma helped me mature and build lifelong friendships. My life is undeniably better because…

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Meet The DGM – Dale R. Dombrowski

Dale R. Dombrowski (Rho-Omega, Stevens Institute of Technology, ’12) – Southeast Texas District Professional Title and Employer System Validation Engineer, Intel Corporation First Grand Conclave You Attended I have yet to attend a conclave! I was planning on Leadership Conference in Denver, but very excited to be in Vegas in January. Why You Volunteer For…

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Meet The DGM – Chris Johnson

Chris Johnson (Lambda-Pi, Delta State University, ’04) – Blue Ridge District Professional Title and Employer Hotel Industry Professional, Industry Consultant First Grand Conclave You Attended 2019, 150th Sesquicentennial Anniversary, 72nd Biennial Grand Conclave in Charlottesville, VA Why You Volunteer For Kappa Sigma I volunteer for Kappa Sigma because I want to give back to the…

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Meet The DGM – Joshua Frost

Joshua E. Frost (Lambda-Epsilon, University of Central Florida, ’07) – Southern Florida District Professional Title and Employer I’m an Account Executive with US Foods covering Miami Beach and the Keys. First Grand Conclave You Attended Great question. Vegas in 2011. Why You Volunteer For Kappa Sigma If it wasn’t for my Kappa Sig experience, I…

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Kappa Sigma Fraternity Donates $320,000 to Veterans Charities

(CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.)­—Kappa Sigma Fraternity today announced that the 2020 results of its Kappa Sigma Military Heroes Campaign resulted in more than $320,000 in donations to veterans charities in the United States and Canada. The Supreme Executive Committee of Kappa Sigma recently announced the following direct donations from the Military Heroes Campaign to partner organizations: $100,000…

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Kappa Sigma Statement on Racial Injustice

As the largest college fraternity in North America, Kappa Sigma recognizes that this is a frustrating time in the United States and Canada due to COVID-19 and the recent issues in Minneapolis and across North America. Our Brotherhood is angered by the racial injustices that continue to occur in our society. Kappa Sigma is a…

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