Meet Our Executive Committee

Colton Marino - Grand Master

Colton is a third year political science major with a pre-law concentration in the honors program from Lincoln, CA. He values his membership in this fraternity and the brotherhood that comes with it above everything else. Colton previously served as the Brotherhood Committee Chair (BIA), where he had the opportunity to refine his leadership skills while directing a committee responsible for the development of fellowship and comradery. Through balancing school work, serving the community, extracurricular involvement, and on-campus employment, he has been provided with valuable lessons about self-motivation, public speaking, leadership, time management, and teamwork; skills necessary to be successful in life. His goals for the year focus on the four pillars the Kappa Sigma Fraternity was founded on; Fellowship, Leadership, Scholarship and Service. He looks forward to a successful year filled with growth.

John Chapman - Grand Procurator

John Chapman is a third year Biology Major from San Diego, California. As a biology major, Chapman aspires to attend medical school and study to become a physician after he completes his undergraduate degree. Previously, Chapman held the position of Pledge Educator Chair for the Gamma and Delta pledge classes. He strives to continue the tremendous progress the Nu-Alpha chapter has made in the few years that it has been re-chartered. Chapman hopes to continue to bring great members to the fraternity and is ultimately proud to be a gentleman of Kappa Sigma. He is excited to work on the Executive Committee to bring the chapter to new heights this upcoming year.

Jon Siegel - Grand Master of Ceremonies

Jon Siegel is a 3rd year Business Administration student with a concentration in Finance. Jon is from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where he played Football and Lacrosse. He joined Kappa Sigma Fall of his freshman year, as a member of the Alpha Class. Jon strives every day to uphold the four pillars of Kappa Sigma; Fellowship, leadership, scholarship, and service. As Grand Master of Ceremonies, he tries to augment ritual proficiency to obtain the Founders Circle award this year. Furthermore, Jon’s goals within the chapter are to maintain a strong brotherhood, and continue to get the best potential new members possible for Kappa Sigma. Jon’s favorite part about Kappa Sigma is the brothers and all the great relationships he has formed with them over the years.

Tyler Toft - Grand Treasurer

Tyler Toft is a third-year Finance and Accounting major from Grass Valley, California. Tyler joined Kappa Sigma his freshman year - along with Nu-Alpha's Alpha Class. As Grand Treasurer, Tyler seeks to continue financial stability as the Nu-Alpha chapter further improves this upcoming year. He hopes that our chapter is able to increase philanthropic contributions to the Wounded Warrior Project - especially after Nu-Alpha's extremely successful Boot Camp event last year.

Michael Wu - Grand Scribe

Michael Wu is a 3rd year Mechanical Engineering Major from Sacramento, California. Along with Kappa Sigma, Michael remains involved on campus with the Cal Poly Cycling Team and the Human Powered Vehicle Team. This school year, Michael will diligently serve as Nu-Alpha’s Grand Scribe. In July, Michael was one of 5 brothers to attend this year’s Kappa Sigma National Leadership Conference. He will use this valuable experience to bring new insight and ideas this fall. By the end of the school year, Michael wants establish a strong legacy for future brothers to build upon.