Because of our Alumni’s enthusiastic support, the Alumni Association is expanding their communications means to our Alumni by adding this Website and a Member E-blast to complement the newsletter distribution.
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Apparently, quite a bit. According to our database, more than 100 of our living alumni are serving or have served as CEO, president, or high-level executives at their firms.
On leadership and the KA connection William Toole '78 says "I learned how to Listen, deliberately entertain others opinions, ask for help, listen, honesty, fair, listen, be prepared to accept the consequences when you are wrong, and give others credit for work well done."
Read on for a list of CEOs and presidents among Alpha Sigma alumni, as recorded in our database.
Though he’s only been a KA brother for a little over two years, Shane Laufer has already done so much for this house. Shane was recently elected Number 2 late last semester and looks to bring this chapter to new heights.
“One thing that this fraternity values, which sounds cliché, but would be our brotherhood,” he said. “Everyone in the chapter hangs out with each other, no matter what year you are.”
Why did you join Kappa Alpha as an undergraduate?
When I came down from Kentucky to start college at Georgia Tech, I didn’t know many students ahead of time. Several of my father’s friends were KA’s in our town and had written letters of recommendation for me so I went by the House during Rush Week. My initial plan was to defer joining a fraternity until after I had been in school for a while (not knowing how difficult the classes would be), but I met a couple of Brothers from Kentucky, Rick Muse and Jeff Cunningham, on the first night and felt very comfortable with everyone.
Ramzi Dudum '02
Brothers, I am writing in good spirits. Three years ago, the active chapter started a philanthropy to benefit a former EC's daughter who suffers from a rare disease known as Myelodysplastic Syndrome (MDS). Please read below about Krissy and our efforts to support.