provides support for all educational programs and events sponsored by the Fraternity and is an opportunity for undergraduate members to make an impact on the Fraternity. Those selected to be an ambassador will take part in brotherhood building, professional growth, and personal development.
Ambassadors participate in monthly calls, educational events, capstone projects, and personal and professional development experiences.
Ambassadors attend two educational events (Executives Academy and one other) throughout the year hosted by the Fraternity. They are an essential part of the operation of our program, assisting with logistical support, facilitation of curriculum, and operational support of the program.
Each year the Ambassadors undertake capstone projects. These projects reflect the ideals in SAE’s mission, vision, and The True Gentleman. Each project directly supports the members of SAE (undergraduate or alumni), the SAE Fraternity Service Center, or the SAE Foundation.
New Ambassadors are selected annually, toward the end of each spring, to serve for the following year.
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (Florida Rho)
David Brown is a senior at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona, FL. He is majoring in Electrical Engineering, with a focus in Avionics, and minoring in Applied Mathematics. He currently serves his chapter as Eminient Archon, Recruitmetn Chiarman, and IFC Delegate. He previously served as the IFC VP of Recruitment.
Alex Glauthier IV is a senior majoring in Finance and minoring in Accounting & French. He currently serves his chapter as Eminent Archon and has previously served as Community Service Chair and Eminent Treasurer. Is involved in many groups on campus, including Mount Union Concert Choir and Kantorei Choir, UMU Investment Team, and Order of Omega.
Dalton Green is a junior studying Accountancy. He currently serves his chapter as Eminent Archon and has previously served as Health and Safety Officer. Dalton is the Rotary International Immediate Past President and serves on the SAE Fraternity Laws Committee.
Zach Hubbard is a junior studying Information Systems & Business Management. He currently serves his chapter at Brotherhood Chairman and has previously served as Recruitment Cairman, Alumni Association, and Community Service Chairman. He is also the IFC Recruitment Chair.
Taylor Ihlenfeldt is a sophomore majoring in Nursing and minoring in Psychology. He currently serves his chapter as Fundraising Chairman and has previously served as Chronicler. He is also a member of the Pre-Nursing Club on his campus.
Frank Cruz is a senior majoring in Political Science and Criminal Justice and minoring in Legal Studies. He currently serves his chapter as Eminent Archon, and has previosuly served in a variety of roles including EDA, Eminent Recorder, Herald, and Social Media Coordinator. He also holds numerous roles on campus including Student Body President of Student Government Association, VP of Records for IFC, Live Entertainment Director for the Campus Activities Board.
Dalton Loftis is a a junior majoring in Criminology and minoring in Forensic Investigations and Forensic Accounitng. He currently serves his chapter as Alumni Chairman and has previously served as the Eminent Treasurer. Dalton also serves as IFC President and is a sentaor in the Student Government Association.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Nebraska Lambda Pi)
Alex McGee is a senior studying Finance. He has previously served his chapter as Eminent Recorder and Technology Chair. Alex is also involved with the American Legion and volunteers at his local Veteran's Association Hospital.
Kapil Reddy is a junior studying Exercise Science and Pre-Med. He currently serves his chapter as Eminent Archon and has previously held the roles of Service and Philanthropy Chair and Preceptor. He is a member of the Pre-Med Club and Timmy Global Health.
William is a junior majoring in Management and Organizational Leadership and minoring in Leadership Development. He currently serves his chapter as Eminent Recorder, Recruitment Chairman, Eminent Warden, and Health Inclusion Relationship Officer, and has previously served as Health and Safty Officer. Will is involved in numerous other groups, inlcuding Don V. Adams Leadership Institute and First Generation Students of Drake, and he also serves as a peer mentor for three programs on campus.
Projects may include developing officer manuals, planning and holding workshops, or putting together a national service day. The project topics are generated by the current National Ambassadors and implemented with the support of the Education Department.