Brian Warren: What can we do to strengthen the relationship between the HQ and host institutions?

Today, on New Year’s Day, we have with us Brian Warren Jr., the Chief Executive Officer of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity. SigEp is a valued partner in higher education that delivers a premier student experience. Brian is responsible for leading the Headquarters staff in implementing SigEp’s strategic plan. He works with the National Board, SigEp National Housing and Education Foundation trustees to ensure SigEp is meeting its goals and providing the best possible experience for its brothers. Brian also collaborates with other organizations and their leadership to help advance the entire fraternity and sorority community.

In episode number 200 of the Fraternity Foodie Podcast, we find out why the University of Virginia was the right university for Brian, what was special about the Virginia Eta chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity that made him want to join, how SigEp’s Learning Communities are different from the traditional fraternity experience, how the fraternity/sorority community can help prevent sexual assaults and hazing on college campuses, what we can do to strengthen the relationship between the headquarters and our host institutions, how the Balanced Man Program became the gold standard in our industry, how we can revolutionize how fraternity is done despite the some members of the organization wanting to stay true to “the way we’ve always done it”, how SigEp builds a culture of giving, and more about recruitment and retention during the pandemic. Enjoy!