May 8, 2013 – Michael Klopper, Epsilon Lambda ’12, has been appointed as the New England District Director in the Atlantic Coast region. He has also completed the Sigma Tau Gamma volunteer orientation program, a program that is uniquely designed to prepare alumni for roles as regional volunteers.
As the New England District Director, Klopper will assist Regional Vice President Ken Vaughn, Delta Delta ’86,by providing support to chapters in the Atlantic Coast region. Klopper will offer coaching support to Delta Phi (Fitchburg State College), Epsilon Delta (University of Massachusetts-Lowell), Epsilon Lambda (SUNY Plattsburgh), and Epsilon Theta (Plymouth State University).
“Sigma Tau Gamma is in the business of developing and supporting great chapters that are highly competitive on campus,” said Addison Schopp, Beta ’08. “Mike's collegiate and professional experiences matched with a desired to give back to the Fraternity makes him an excellent addition to our volunteer team. I am excited to see the growth in our New England District.”
Klooper graduated from SUNY Plattsburgh in May 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in hotel, restaurant and tourism management. He served as the Student Association Vice President for Student Affairs, Vice President of Membership...