I created FraternityMan.com in 2014 to provide an independent and insightful look into the college fraternity experience.
That mission stems from my experiences as a student leader, fraternity professional, and as a volunteer.
Fraternity Man readers are highly engaged and loyal members of the fraternity/sorority community. I cover themes including organizational management, ethical leadership, fraternity history/culture, and grassroots activism within fraternity organizations.
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As a student and fraternity professional, I was applauded as someone who “got it”...until I actually tried to put what I was taught about “leadership” into practice. Fraternity organizations, and the field of work built around them, are locked in a crisis mindset. They prioritize self-preservation above all else, and that does not jive with the declarations we make about “self-government” and “values-based decision making.”
So, on Fraternity Man, we combine an experienced, professional-grade opinion with creative, unrestricted thinking. We advocate for fraternities to embrace friendship, free speech, and member-centric reforms. Check out the Fraternity Manifesto to understand how this point of view can revitalize the fraternity experience. Then, read these; have some fun.