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The chapter had 12 delegates attend this year's Carlson's Leadership Academy in Stamford, Conn.  CLA was a positive experience for the 10 undergraduates and two alumni that attended. The new members were able to get a feeling for what being leaders in SigEp would be like, and we all hope that encourages them to keep up the enthusiasm with pursuing future leadership roles as they continue their time in the brotherhood.



The other upperclassmen found the officer training sessions to be quite useful. We they went through the various self-reflection and forward-thinking exercises, many interesting ideas came of it, some from what the presidents of other chapters had mentioned said at the meetings. The delegates feel confident they can use what was learned to enhance some key areas of our brotherhood, such as motivation to contribute/participate and setting clear goals for the direction in which we want to go as a fraternity.

John Dougherty '05, our chapter advisor and Drexel graduate, won an award for Distinguished Alumnus for more than five continuous years of service for SigEp. Congratulations John!

In this picture: Leadership Academy attendees (L to R): Matt Triano ’16 (new member), Chuck Lazarus ’17 (new member), Dustin Klein ’16 (House Steward, active committee member in Programming, Recruitment, and Member Development), Ayo Fagbemi ’17 (new member), Grayson Sessa ’17 (new member), Tadas Antanavicius ’16 (VP of Finance,), Conrad Eberstein ’61 (Alumni Board Member), Doug Yamamoto ’17 (new member), Adrian Lievano ’15 (active committee member in Recruitment, Member Development), Steve Acchione ’17 (new member), Gannon Killion ’16 (active committee member in Programming, Recruitment); not pictured, John Dougherty ’05 (Chapter Advisor).