Fraternity Foodie

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

Interview with Andrew Morris on the Importance of Fraternity

Check out this interview with Andrew Morris, Past Grand Sage of Sigma Pi Fraternity (President of the Board of Directors) and Past Executive Director of Sigma Pi Fraternity. We talk about his experiences working for a fraternity headquarters, role models from other fraternities, the biggest contributor he’s ever met that helped Sigma Pi, and what needs to change about fraternity today in order for us to be successful and stay relevant. Link:

Interview with Kali Richardson

On today’s episode of Fraternity Foodie, we talk with Kali Richardson. Kali is a UWF Alumnus who is completing his Masters Degree in Public Health at the University of West Florida, a member of Alpha Phi Alpha, a Millennial Speaker, motivator, and consultant. We talk about connecting professionals and millennials, bringing change to communities through minorities and young professionals, why multicultural groups are better at lifetime memberships, the Men of Color Initiative, racism today, and increasing efficiency within leadership groups. Don’t miss it! Link:  

Interview with Lauren Crumbaker on Recruitment

Check out my interview today with Lauren Crumbaker on Sorority & Fraternity Recruitment! We discuss why the sorority has been such an important piece in her personal development, and how Greek organizations can keep the focus on values based recruitment through their conversations with potential new members.

Interview with John Mabry on Addictions

Join us as I talk to John Mabry, Director of Public Outreach for Addiction Campuses in Nashville, and also speaker for Greek University. John talks about the real cause of addictions, places for today’s college students to get help for those addictions, and some fascinating stories about his life and career. To book John as a speaker on your college campus, reach out to me at 203-58-GREEK or visit his page for more information: