Leadership

Supreme Executive Committee

The Supreme Executive Committee is the highest elected officers of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity. The Supreme Executive Committee, or SEC, is the governing body of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity and the Brothers who serve in these offices are elected at the Fraternity’s Biennial Grand Conclave. The SEC is comprised of the offices of Worthy Grand Master, Worthy Grand Procurator, Worthy Grand Master of Ceremonies, Worthy Grand Scribe, and Worthy Grand Treasurer.

Justin A. Hansen

Justin A. Hansen

Worthy Grand Master

Xi-Beta, Northeastern University, 2001
Boston, Massachusetts

Adam J. Merillat

Adam J. Merillat

Worthy Grand Procurator

Epsilon-Mu, University of Tulsa, 2002
Tulsa, Oklahoma

Burton R. Trembly

Burton R. Trembly

Worthy Grand Scribe

Theta-Zeta, Eastern
New Mexico University, 1998
Las Vegas, Nevada

Michael J. Busada

Michael J. Busada

Worthy Grand Master of Ceremonies

Gamma, Louisiana State University, 2002
Shreveport, Louisiana

Martin C. Petersen

Martin C. Petersen

Worthy Grand Treasurer

Rho, Arizona State University, 1966
Warrenton, Virginia

Executive Director

Mitchell B. Wilson

Mitchell B. Wilson

Executive Director

Beta-Nu, University of Kentucky, 1978
Charlottesville, Virginia

mic@hq.kappasigma.org

The Executive Director is the official spokesman for the Kappa Sigma Fraternity and oversees the implementation of the strategic plan established by the Supreme Executive Committee.  He works closely with our interfraternal partners, colleges and universities, and represents Kappa Sigma Fraternity in all external business affairs of the international organization.  

He is the primary contact for:

  • Administrative Items for SEC
  • Interfraternity Relations
  • Spokesman to External/Internal Publics
  • University Relations

Brother Mitchell “Mic” B. Wilson has served the Kappa Sigma Fraternity since 1980 on the Headquarters Staff. In 1987 Brother Wilson was officially appointed to the position of Executive Director, only the fourth brother to serve in this position. Brother Wilson has been a constant inspiration for his friends, community, family, and brothers.

Chief Administrative Officer

Chad Gebhardt

Chad Gebhardt

Chief Administrative Officer

Theta-Zeta, Eastern New Mexico University, 1992

chad@hq.kappasigma.org

The Chief Administrative Officer works closely with the Executive Director and oversees the administrative operations of Kappa Sigma Fraternity, its staff and International Headquarters.  

He is the primary contact for:

  • Financial Operations for Fraternity
  • Financial Operations for Endowment Fund
  • House Corporations
  • Liability Coverage Program
  • Licensing Kappa Sigma Products
  • Member discipline including Suspensions, Expulsions & Resignations
  • Staff and Headquarters Operations

Brother Chad R. Gebhardt has served on the Kappa Sigma Fraternity staff since 1996.

Director of Recruitment & Expansion

Leo J. Brown, IV

Leo J. Brown, IV

Director of Recruitment & Expansion

Theta-Theta, Western Kentucky University, 2004

leo@hq.kappasigma.org

The Director of Recruitment & Expansion works directly with Colleges and Universities as liaison to establish new Kappa Sigma Fraternity colonies through grassroot member cultivation.  In addition he oversees overall membership trends within the organization.  His team includes the five Area Recruitment Managers who work on the ground and directly with all Kappa Sigma Fraternity chapters and colonies to increase recruitment and engagement.  

He is the primary contact for:

  • Area Recruitment Managers
  • Chapter Installations
  • Colony Development
    Expansion
  • Interest Groups

Brother Leo J. Brown, IV has served on the Kappa Sigma Fraternity staff since 2009.

Director of Development and Chapter Operations

K.C. Meyercord

K.C. Meyercord

Director of Development and Chapter Operations

Epsilon-Mu, University of Tulsa, 2010 

kc@hq.kappasigma.org

The Director of Development and Chapter Operations oversees the development and scholarship programs for the Kappa Sigma Endowment Fund as well as operational support for all Kappa Sigma Fraternity Chapters and Colonies.  Bridging these two critical areas of operations ensures the success of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity through the cultivation of financial support for our membership and the implementation of that support on a daily basis.    

He is the primary contact for:

  • Alumni Chapters and Associations
  • Chapter Discipline
  • Chapter Operations Support
  • Endowment Fund Development and Scholarships 
  • Event & Conference Planning
  • Volunteer Engagement, Recruitment, Training, & Support

Brother Kendall C. Meyercord has served on the Kappa Sigma Fraternity staff since 2015.