Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity has named Uri Nathan (URI, ‘15) as its Growth Consultant.
In this role, Uri will join efforts related to successful growth and expansion while supporting active and provisional chapters, and developing recruitment resources. He has significant professional experience and insight which aligns with our strategic priority of fraternity growth.
Uri attended the University of Rhode Island where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology in 2020. Fra Nathan joined the Epsilon Delta Chapter at Johnson & Wales University and soon after transferred to the University of Rhode Island where he became a Founding Father of the Epsilon Pi Chapter. In 2019, Fra Nathan received the Trailblazer Award and Scholarship.
Executive Director Andy Huston added, “Uri is uniquely suited for this role having single-handedly led the effort to start a brand new chapter at the University of Rhode Island after transferring from Epsilon Delta Chapter at JWU. His experiences in framing a culture and shared vision of what can be accomplished through Sigma Alpha Mu were inspiring. As a result, Uri is poised to grow new chapters and support recruitment initiatives.”
Uri shared, “I’m really looking forward to working together with a passionate team and really seeing the fruits of our labor come to fruition. It’s not so often that one gets to see the work that they do really having an immediate impact, but our goal is to expand and that will be clear to see!”
Uri began working full-time for the fraternity in Indianapolis on June 1st, 2021. The Sigma Alpha Mu Endowment Fund underwrites the funding of this position to advance the fraternity’s strategic priority of growth. Learn more about our growth initiatives at sam.org/expansion.
Sigma Alpha Mu was founded in 1909 at the College of the City of New York as a fraternity of Jewish men; the organization has been open to all men of good moral character since 1953. Sigma Alpha Mu’s vision is to be the first choice of collegians seeking a forward-thinking, inclusive fraternity that enhances the university experience and prepares the fraternity member for a fulfilling life. With its International Headquarters located in Indianapolis, IN, the fraternity currently has 48 collegiate chapters and over 59,000 living alumni.