SigEp’s Texas Tech Chapter became the most heavily represented organization within the school’s student government association this spring with six brothers elected or appointed to the governing body.
Chapter volunteer Kevin Koestler, ’15, and former Chapter President Alex DeRossi, ’17, have been elected to serve as graduate vice president and external vice president, respectively, of the Texas Tech Student Government Association. The posts are two of the university’s highest elected student offices.
“Both Kevin and Alex have worked tirelessly over these past couple of months to achieve these results. Their dedication to Texas Tech, Texas Iota and the Lubbock community cannot be stated enough,” said Chapter President Zachary Augustine, ’17.
Koestler and DeRossi will serve alongside Balanced Man Scholarship Director Tyler Humphreys, ’19, Vice President of Communications Landon Currier, ’18, and Andrew Dallenbach, ’19, each of whom was elected to fill their respective college’s senate positions. Additionally, Chaplain Justin Dumbeck, ’15, is serving through an appointed position on the student body president’s cabinet.
“If we bring the core SigEp values to every facet on university campuses, we will truly achieve our overarching objective as a partner in higher education. This is something that Texas Iota members truly believe in and will throw their full support behind,” said Augustine.
“The support these men received from the undergraduate chapter brothers during this campaign was truly awe-inspiring and showed everyone the true meaning of hard work, determination and brotherly love.”