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.
Jackson (2019) is a senior majoring in Sports Management. He currently serves his chapter as Eminent Archon and has previously served as Eminent Warden, Eminent Herald, Risk Management, and Athletics Chair. He is involved in the Sports Management and Marketing Club and works on campus at the Marshall University Ticket Office. Jackson has been playing guitar for 17 years. His favorite SAE memories are the brotherhoods.
Frank (2019) is a junior majoring in Political Science and Criminal Justice. He currently serves his chapter as Social Media Chairman and previously served as Secretary. Frank also served as Simpon’s Interfraternity Council Vice President of Records and Sophomore Class President.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Nebraska Lambda Pi)
Alex (2019) is a junior majoring in Finance. He has served his chapter as Technology Chair and volunteers at his local Veterans Association hospital. Alex is a huge sports nerd and loves finding obscure stats and players that people have never heard of. His favorite SAE experience has been coming into SAE as the only person from his high school and not really knowing any of the guys, and a year later they had all become his best friends.
Western Illinois University (Illinois Sigma Sigma)
Josh (2018) is a senior majoring in Communication and minoring in English and Law Enforcement. He serves his chapter as Eminent Archon and has previously served as Eminent Treasurer, IFC Representative, Intramural Chair, and Alumni Relations Chairman. Josh is also a member of the Rotoract Community Service Club and is hoping to pursue a career in law enforcement. He enjoys reading. His favorite SAE memory was when he helped plan his chapter’s 10 year anniversary.
Ethan (2018) is a senior majoring in Biology with a Pre-Medicine concentration. He has served his chapter as Fundraising Chairperson and Scholarship Chairperson. He currently serves as President of the Student Government Association. Ethan is also an undergraduate researcher researching antibiotic resistance in the environment. Ethan played saxophone in an international honors ensemble at Carnegie Hall in NYC and at the Sydney Opera House in Australia. His favorite experience was attending his first national event (Devotie Ritual Institute) at the Temple in Evanston.
Garrett (2018) is a senior majoring in Government and minoring in Education. He serves his chapter as Eminent Archon and has previously served as Eminent Deputy Archon, Eminent Correspondent, Recruitment Chair, and Member Educator. He is involved in on-campus theater, Camp Kesem, Harvard Ed Portal, and is a peer advisor for the Government Department and the Education minor. Garrett grew up on a ranch in rural South Dakota. His favorite memory is when some of his chapter brothers invited him to go on Spring Break with them right after he had joined the chapter in his freshman year.
Saylor (2019) is a senior majoring in Computer Science and Graphic Design. He currently serves his chapter as Eminent Archon and Technology and Scholarship Chairman. Saylor also serves on the Drake University College of Arts and Sciences Advisory Board.
Ashwin (2018) is a senior majoring in Finance and minoring in Data Analytics. He currently serves as IFC President and has previously served his chapter as Philanthropy Chair and Awards Chair. He is also involved in Phi Chi Theta, The Sehgal Foundation, Drake Nonprofit Consulting Group, College of Business Ambassadors, and is a Student Services Intern for Drake College of Business & Public Administration. Ashwin is a huge Cody Ko and Noel Miller fan and likes to think he has a similar sense of humor. His favorite SAE experience was the 2020 Executives Academy in Phoenix, Arizona.
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.