Grand Master - Kevin Boes
Hello! My name is Kevin Boes, I am a rising senior (initiated Fall '18) studying Mechanical Engineering at Purdue, originally from Great Falls, Montana. I am honored and excited to continue as the Grand Master for the Chi Chapter for the 3rd straight semester. To me, being a Kappa Sigma means passionately wearing the Star and Crescent and bringing honor to it every day. Chi stood out to me from the very start as a place to be myself and call home. I chose to run for the Grand Master position again because I have unfinished business. I am putting my best foot forward at developing the strongest Executive Team which will elevate Chi to an Elite level. I look forward to winning the F.A.C.E. award, achieving 100% Ritual Proficiency as a Chapter, earning a Top 5 GPA on campus, and becoming a Master of the Ritual myself.
While these are lofty goals, I am confident in the Chapter's ability to succeed. At Chi, we work together – through diligence and commitment – to become gentlemen of the highest order; men that will be active leaders not for a day, hour, or college term only –but for life.
Grand Procurator - Kyle Nix
My name is Kyle Wix and I am a rising senior from Lake Forest, Illinois. I study Professional Flight Technology with a minor in Business Economics. As a member of the Fall ‘19 pledge class, I am excited to serve as the Grand Procurator for the 2021-2022 school year. Kappa Sigma has been an instrumental part of my time at Purdue and has molded my life in so many ways. I have developed as a man, in the classroom, and in life thanks to the experiences I have had in this Fraternity. I wanted to run for Grand Procurator to leave a lasting mark on the Chi Chapter and bring the change necessary to keep this Chapter thriving well into the future. As we return to normal in the fall, I want to implement a reliable risk management program. I also look forward to working with my committee heads and House Manager to maintain the operation of the Chapter on a daily basis. Let’s have a great year as we continue to build Chi. AEKDB!
Grand Master of Ceremonies - Freddie Clarke
My name is Freddie Clarke. I am a member of the Fall ‘20 pledge class studying Computer Science at Purdue, also pursuing the Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Innovation. I am originally from Birmingham, England but have lived in Rye, New York since 2015. For me, being a Kappa Sigma means the continuous pursuit of excellence in the classroom, in the chapter, and in the community. I wanted to run for Grand Master of Ceremonies as I have a real passion for recruiting new members to our chapter. This semester, I was very involved in the recruitment of our current pledges and knew it was something I wanted to continue to be involved in. I also firmly believe that following the Ritual and Kappa Sigma tradition is very important to maintain our brotherhood, so the GMC position seemed like a great fit for me. This year, I want to build two strong recruiting classes, continue to improve on our Brothers In Action new member education, and work to increase the Ritual Proficiency of our members. Boiler Up and AEKDB!
Grand Scribe - James Bramlett
My name is James Bramlett and I am a rising junior in the Fall '19 pledge class from South Bend, Indiana. At Purdue I am studying Biology with the goal of attending graduate school and then becoming a physician assistant. In my opinion, being a Kappa Sigma means accomplishing as many goals as one can, bringing honor to not only oneself, but their chapter and university also. I believe having this attitude will not only help while in college, but your whole life after college as well. I wanted to be the next Grand Scribe as I had helped the previous officer with their duties, which gave me valuable insight into what the position entails.
Having this experience, I thought I would be able to execute the duties of this position effectively and ensure all chapter records are accurate. Goals for the year would be to help with recruitment, earn more chapter awards, and keep alumni and parents up to date with the Chi's latest achievements.
Grand Treasurer - Kyle Chrisman
My name is Kyle Chrisman. I am a rising junior studying General Management in the Krannert School of Management here at Purdue. I am from Zionsville, Indiana and am a member of the Fall ’19 pledge class. Being a part of Kappa Sigma has provided me with so many different opportunities. I wanted to do my best to try and give back to the chapter so that is why I decided to run for Grand Treasurer. As the next Grand Treasurer, I plan on keeping neat and organized records of payments and dues as well as striving to get 100% undergraduate brother participation on our next philanthropy events. I am really looking forward for next year and I’m sure you’ll be hearing great things from Chi moving forward! A.E.K.Δ.B