Foundation Welcomes New Board Member
The Sigma Alpha Epsilon Foundation is pleased to welcome Daniel Alsaker (Idaho ‘72) to the Board of Trustees.
Dan is a member from the University of Idaho. He follows in the footsteps of former Trustees Gary Garnand (‘70) and David Poe (‘70), also from the University of Idaho. As an undergraduate, Dan served his chapter as Eminent Archon and Member Educator. Dan has a Bachelor of Science degree in business management. He is the President of Broadway Group, which owns and operates Broadway Flying J Travel Plazas in Washington, Montana, and Nevada. As an alumnus, Dan served as Province Phi Archon.
Additionally, Dan has served many different organizations throughout his professional career, including school boards, association boards, advisory boards, foundation boards, museum boards, selection committees, fundraising committees, and election committees. Dan and his wife, Anne, live in Spokane, WA. They have four children and four grandchildren.
Dan credits his success to growing up in a competitive environment which taught him goal setting and commitment and membership in SAE, which instilled problem-solving skills and a philanthropic spirit.
When asked what motivated him to join the SAE Foundation Board of Trustees, Dan replied that he is thankful for the opportunity to serve the Fraternity in such a beneficial way. He says, “Giving back is the reward we earn for our life’s work.”
His favorite SAE memory is traveling to the Levere Memorial Temple for Leadership School, where he accepted the John O. Moseley Award for Fraternity Zeal on behalf of his chapter in 1970. While there, he said, “I realized for the first time but not the last time that others before us carried our water. We will share in that same task for the well-deserving future generations.”