One of the main goals in Sigma Pi is to create future leaders and agents of change. Whether it be in the classroom, on campus, on the sports field, or after graduation from Cal Poly, Sigma Pi prepares our brothers to lead. Our leadership positions include election to the executive council, an appointment to be a committee chairman, as well as various brothers holding leadership positions in external entities. Here are some of the current Sigma Pi’s striving for excellence as leaders!

Executive Council

Jacob Robinson

Brother Jacob Robinson (Lambda, ’14) is a fourth-year Business Administration major. He served on the Executive Council in 2014 as Treasurer and looks to continue his good work as head of our chapter. He joined our chapter as a member of the Lambda pledge class that has been crucial for our growth as an organization.

Tom Fenner
Vice President

Brother Tom Fenner (Mu, ’14) is a fourth-year Mechanical Engineering major at Cal Poly. He also served on the Executive Council in 2014 as Herald and played an integral part in shaping recently initiated brothers as well as the current pledge class. Brother Tom was the recipient of the 2014-2015 Brother of the Year award and exudes many of the qualities we look for in men for our chapter.

Grayson Meurrens

Brother Grayson Meurrens (Mu, ’14) is a fourth-year Computer Engineering major. He previously served as the Eta-Delta chapter’s Recruitment chair for the last two pledge classes and will continue the good work as our Third Counselor.

Cole Grigsby

Brother Cole Grigsby (Nu, ’15) is a third-year at Cal Poly and the youngest member of the 2016 executive council. He was Eta-Delta’s Social committee chair last year, and some highlights of the year include numerous dinners and mixers with different sororities.

Devin Merker

Brother Devin Merker (Nu, ‘15) is a third year Construction Management major at Cal Poly. He was recently the chapter’s social chair but has also served as athletics chair and was an assistant herald to both Brother Tom and Brother Elliott. After working closely with the risk managers in the past as the social chair, he wishes to continue this type of working relationship with future social chairs and provide helpful insight.

Elliott Greb

Brother Elliott Greb (Xi, ’15) is a fourth-year Mechanical Engineering major at Cal Poly. Though he is one of the younger brothers, as he was initiated in spring 2015, he served as an assistant Herald to Brother Tom Fenner and learned much from him. He looks to continue the excellent work in shaping young men into upstanding brothers.

Chapter Leadership

Jake Rogers
Brotherhood Chairman

Isaac Maximov
Recruitment Chairman

Kevin Lobb
Social Chairman

Todd Altshuler
ACE Chairman

Rahul Sengupta
Alumni Relations Director

Jeff Shim
Athletics Director

Alexis Sainz
Brotherhood Standards Secretary

Zac Sutcliffe
Community Service Director

Michael Wolfe
Formal Chairman

Thomas Conrad
Housing Manager
Jon Scott
Member Education/SAFER Director

Michael Johnson and Sam Suri
Philanthropy Chairmen

Mitch Stickney and Liam Schmid
Public Relations Directors

Robert Weber
Scholarship Director

External Leadership

Peter Gamerdinger
Interfraternity Council Vice President of Finance

The Vice President of Finance creates and manages IFC’s budget for each quarter, in addition to helping govern all of the Cal Poly affiliated social Fraternities.

Tanner Ralls
Interfraternity Council Vice President of Programming

The Vice President of Programming is responsible for working with Panhellenic, United Sorority and Fraternity Council and IFC delegates to coordinate combined events such as Greek Week.

Kaelan Sobouti
Chair of the University Union Advisory Board

The Chair of UUAB serves as the a corporate officer and the CFO of ASI. UUAB provides recommendations to the University President regarding operations of Student Body Center fee funded facilities (University Union, Recreation Center, and Sports Complex), programs, and services.

Kevin Barry
President of Construction Management Association of America – Cal Poly Chapter

This club handles all of the scholarships that come through the construction management department, as well as setting up trainings and certifications for students within the program.