beta rho sigma Chapter membership directory
Part of what makes us unique as a chapter is the depth and breadth of the brotherhood. Because of our different experiences, professions, and where we hail from geographically we have woven a fabric of brotherhood that is unmatched in the fraternity. This directory is designed for us to get to know each other better, make connections and know where to turn for information.
I became a Sigma in November 4, 1996 through the Xi Zeta Chapter at North Carolina State University. I work for Mecklenburg County as an Environmental Health Specialist. I am a father of two baiting daughters, and the husband of Lakiesha J. Squirewell.
Over 20 years experience as a Healthcare Information Technology professional. With an extensive portfolio and achievements that reveals my leadership contributions as a sitting board member of the American College of Healthcare Executives. Past president of the Charlotte National Pan-Hellenic Council.
Native of Detroit, MI. Academically, I am an Alumnus of The University of Alabama where I received a B.A. in Leadership Studies. Currently a MBA candidate at Clemson University. Professionally, I am an Operations Analyst for Wells Fargo Bank N.A. and a Spring 2018 Initiate of the Beta Rho Sigma Chapter.
I am a Spring 2007 initiate of the Rho Gamma Chapter at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. I currently serve as Recording Secretary of the Beta Rho Sigma Alumni Chapter. In my professional life, I serve as a Senior HR Consultant at Atrium Health.
Originally from St Louis, MO. Initiated at Washington University in St. Louis in Spring 1992. Obtained M.A. at the University of Missouri, and Ph.D from the University of Florida. Full Professor of Health Education at Johnson C. Smith University. Currently serving as the JCSU chapter advisor
Tax Accountant with Attaway Linville, P.C. Small business owner for Hamilton Accounting Firm. Over 18 plus years of Accounting and Tax experience. Graduated from Cleveland State University. Masters from Liberty University in Biblical Studies and Divinity.