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What Did Sigma Nu Teach You About Leadership?

Apparently, quite a bit. According to our database, nearly 100 of our living alumni are serving or have served as CEO, president, or high-level executives at their firms.

On leadership and the Sigma Nu connection, Kevin Gilli (GA #2006) says “I learned that leadership requires respect amongst everyone. One must serve as an example to guide others in the right direction. And a leader must be willing to listen to the thoughts and concerns of the group.”

Read on for a list of CEOs and presidents among Gamma Alpha alumni, as recorded in our database.

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Brothers are By Your Side during Life’s Biggest Moments


An alum from the '80s, who wishes to remain anonymous, sent us this great photo from Robert Miller's wedding in 1983 (as well as a few others), with some great stories from the wedding and a strong testament to the lifelong friendships formed at Sigma Nu--and how fraternity brothers are there by our side during life's biggest moments.

This anonymous alum (and no, it's not the groom) writes "Though we're separated by many miles, lots of kids, and typical obstacles that life presents, I stay in regular contact with 8 or 10 of these brothers, and, more importantly, dwell on thoughts and memories of too many to count!"

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Reaching New Heights while Preserving Our Longstanding Legacy


The 2016 Gamma Alpha Commander, Benjamin Wilson, credits the consistent help from the alumni for the success this chapter has had. The junior from Buford, GA has many plans and goals for the chapter in the upcoming year to continue reaching new heights, while continuing to preserve Gamma Alpha’s rich history.

“The Gamma Alpha Chapter of Sigma Nu, in my eyes, is one of the most diverse chapters on campus. We have brothers of various nationalities and personalities, but we are still able to converge on a few core values. To me, this says a lot about our chapter’s maturity and inclusiveness in nature."

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