Fraternity Foodie

Check out our latest travels (and food choices) at University cities all across North America!

Zach Westerbeck: What is a Certified Mental Health First Aid Professional and how has it helped you?

There are so many exciting things happening with Zach Westerbeck as he speaks on college campuses all over the country, so we decided to catch up with him again on Fraternity Foodie to see what’s new! Zach tells us about the issues he is seeing with the students regarding their mental health when he speaks on college campuses like UC San Diego, Penn State, and Georgia Tech, the student takeaways, the feedback he gets from the students after the presentation, how being a Sigma Chi fraternity member has helped him in this process, how being a Certified Mental Health First Aid has helped him as a speaker and advocate, how he is able to manage stress every day, the support he gets from his soon to be wife Kate, the new book he wrote that is coming out in the spring, and his favorite restaurant in Costa Mesa that literally made him hungry while he was on camera. Enjoy. Link:

Sterling Jowers: What should college students know about finances, budgeting & student loan debt?

Check out episode #32 of Fraternity Foodie with Sterling Jowers, a tax accountant and alumnus of Beta-Mu chapter of Sigma Pi Fraternity at Ole Miss! We talk about how this chapter was able to recruit so many men into the fraternity, how to manage chapter finances and reduce any possibilities of fraud/theft, what’s the right amount of student loan debt, budgeting, financial goals, credit cards, working while in school, investing in stocks as a college student, and where to eat the next time you’re in Houston, Texas. Enjoy! Video link:

Michael Angelo Caruso: What are the 5 steps to an amazing presentation?

In our 31st episode of Fraternity Foodie, I interview Michael Angelo Caruso, a communication consultant, author, and speaker. Michael has delivered over 2,000 presentations and keynotes speeches on 5 continents and in 49 of the 50 states (he’s speaking in Hawaii shortly to check off the last state). We talk about how he got started as a professional speaker, the 5 steps to amazing presentations, how to develop an elevator pitch, how to enter a room with confidence, how to remember people’s names when you meet them, the 15 most important words you can use with another person, how to get others in your organization to ‘do stuff’, why Rotary is so important to Michael, and some great spots for dinner the next time you’re in Detroit. The information conveyed in this interview should be required for any college student or new professional! Check out the video here:

Dr. Louis Profeta: A Sunday Talk on Sex, Drugs, Drinking and Dying

Check out my interview with Dr. Louis Profeta, a nationally recognized, award-winning writer, TED Talk speaker, and Emergency Physician at St. Vincent Hospital of Indianapolis, a level 1 trauma center. He has cared for more than 60,000 patients. We talk about his advice for students thinking about being a doctor, what conversations we should be having now with our parents and grandparents, his Red Cross Certificate of Recognition, the dangers of cocaine and heroin use, the conversations you have with parents after their child dies, his stance on drinking games, his stance on sharing prescription medications, mental health issues, reactions from the fraternity and sorority students, and how being a parent shapes his talks. We even get to hear his favorite restaurant in Indianapolis. This is a “can’t miss” 30th episode of Fraternity Foodie! Call us at 516-642-3108 to book Dr. Profeta as a speaker on your campus, or email us at: Link: