The Sigma Chi Foundation offers both undergraduate and graduate scholarships The Sigma Chi Foundation funds significant portions of the Fraternity's leadership programs The Foundation funds 100% of the Fraternity's historic preservation programs Visit the official site of the Sigma Chi Fraternity See the Impact of the Fraternity's leadership programs. Make a Gift to the Sigma Chi Foundation Who we are, what we do, and how we go about it. The many ways donors can give to the Foundation to assure the future of the Fraternity Information on how the Sigma Chi Foundation uses your donations Information on how The Sigma Chi Foundation recognizes donors



The Board of Governors, headed by the Chairman guides the Foundation. President and CEO, James Ashley Woods, is the Foundation's Executive officer based at Peterson International Headquarters in Evanston, IL.

The governors of the Sigma Chi Foundation are a dedicated group of brothers who meet twice a year as a full board and who meet throughout the year in various committees.


Joseph J. Durzo, Ph.D., Syracuse 1967, Chairman

John K. Forst, George Washington 1984, Vice-Chairman


James R. Allen, DePauw 1979

63rd Grand Consul, Lee A. Beauchamp, Texas A&M 1975

Kim A. Caldwell, Oregon 1969

John A. Clerico, Oklahoma State 1963, Treasurer

Randall S. Coppersmith, South Florida 1979

Robert J. Georges, Florida Southern 1973

Jeffrey T. Gill, Southern California 1978

Stephen W. Goodroe, Georgia 1971

68th Grand Consul, Michael A. Greenberg, Illinois Wesleyan 1982

Robert D. Johnson, Miami (Ohio) 1969

56th Grand Consul, Robert E. "Bob" Joseph, Willamette 1957, Parliamentarian

Joe W. Martin, Houston 1976

Jeffrey S. Muir, Georgia 1971

Past Chairman, John D. Peterson, Indiana 1955

Steven M. Schmidt, Purdue 1976

Daniel P. Walsh, Southeast Missouri 1971

James Ashley Woods, East Tennessee State 2000
President and CEO/Sigma Chi Foundation

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Gift of Securities
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