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Steve Maslowski ’08 – Alumni Advisor
Initiated into the Rho chapter of Kappa Sigma in 2005, Steve graduated from Arizona State University in 2008 with a BA in Electrical Engineering and a minor in Mathematics. While at Rho, Steve held numerous chair positions and was the Grand Treasure. Steve moved to Tucson in 2008 and has been here ever since. He obtained his Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Arizona in 2012. He is currently a Program Manager working for Raytheon Missile Systems. He enjoys having an active outdoor lifestyle and coaches several intramural sports teams.
Will Lewis '93 - Asst. Advisor/GP
William “Will” Lewis was initiated into Kappa Sigma in spring 1993. He graduated from the University of Arizona in 1996 with his BS in Business and Public Administration with a major in finance. As an undergrad he chaired many committees and has been an Assistant Alumnus Advisor for Gamma Rho after graduating. He has worked as a financial analyst and a commercial real estate broker until he opened his own brokerage in 2007. Over the last 13 years he has specialized in real estate and business consulting including brokerage, mergers & acquisitions, start-up, development and turn around. He is currently working on several start-up companies in health care, senior housing, and agriculture as well as other consulting projects. He has five children and currently resides in Tucson, AZ.
Jeff Uhrig '94 - Asst. Advisor/GP
Jeffrey initiated in the Spring of 1994. He graduated from the University with a Major in Political Science and Minor in Mexican American Studies. He received his MBA in 2005 and his M.A.Ed. in 2006. He is currently pursuing his Ed.D. from Northern Arizona University. Jeffrey has been an educator in Tucson for over 20 years and he is currently the Principal at Vesey Elementary School in the Tucson Unified School District. Having worked in the Tucson Unified School District and Sunnyside Unified School District education is central in his mission to assist the undergrads at Gamma Rho. Jeffrey and his wife Janet and their two children Maya and Jeffrey Jr. live in Tucson and are excited about developing a new pathway for Gamma Rho to reenter and thrive at the University of Arizona. Jeffrey has continued to serve in the local community through organizations such as Tucson Education Association, Sunnyside Sports Associations, Tucson Arizona Boys Chorus, Tucson Girls Chorus and the United Way. In his free time, Jeffrey enjoys outdoors sports, camping and spending time with family.
Lindsey Sprehn ’17 - Asst. Advisor/GP
Lindsey Sprehn is a Spring 2017 initiate of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity at the University of Arizona. He graduated from the University of Arizona school of Geography and Development in 2018, with a major in Environmental Studies. During his time as an undergraduate, Lindsey served as the house chef from 2016-2019. As a college student Lindsey worked for Kitchen Management Solutions and was assigned to the Kappa Sigma Fraternity as the Executive Chef. Lindsey is currently in graduate school at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law. Following the completion of his master’s degree, he will pursue his PhD. Lindsey currently works in the mortgage industry with The Loan Store Inc in Tucson.
Sean Litsky '99 - Asst. Advisor/GMC
A January 1999 initiate of the Gamma-Rho Chapter of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity, Brother Sean Litsky graduated from the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences at The University of Arizona in 2002 with a B.A. in History.
Aside from 19 months, Brother Sean has lived in Tucson his entire life, having attended one elementary school, one middle school, one high school, one University, all within Tucson Unified School District. He teaches U.S. Government, U.S. History, World History, and Economics at a small high school in Tucson Unified School District, having earned his Post-Bach Teaching Certificate from Pima Community College in 2010. His six year old son, Alexander, attends a TUSD elementary school.
Recognizing and relishing the fact that the Kappa Sigma Fraternity and brotherhood is a lifelong commitment, Brother Sean has been an alumnus advisor for the Gamma-Rho Chapter for almost 10 years and earned the Fraternity’s 1st Year Volunteer of the Year Award. He greatly looks forward to the challenge and pleasure of working with his Brothers and future Brothers in bringing the Gamma-Rho Chapter of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity back to the University of Arizona campus.
Dr. Manny Rodriguez '13 - Asst. Advisor/GMC
Dr. Manuel Rodriguez was born in the city of Tucson, Arizona. He spent his childhood growing up in Tucson and graduated from Flowing Wells High School. Continuing his education, he graduated from the University of Arizona, with a Bachelor of Science in Physiology and a minor in Micro and Cellular Biology. He served Gamma-Rho as GMC when the re-colonized in 2013. Dr. Rodriguez then attended the Midwestern University of Illinois College of Dentistry where he was awarded his Doctor of Dental Medicine Degree. Dr. Rodriguez is active in the community and participates in many mission trips to help those in need. He resides in Tucson with his wife and high school-sweet heart, Briana. He enjoys being active, listening to music, and reading. Furthermore, Dr. Rodriguez is very dedicated to his craft and always looks to better himself and the quality of care he provides for his community.
Austin Noble ‘13 - Asst. Advisor/Grand Scribe
Austin is a 2017 graduate who had Kappa Sigma in his blood. While an undergrad, Austin served as Alumni Relations Chair, Career Services Chair and Philanthropy and Service Chair. He also worked two on-campus jobs with Arizona Athletics and Residence Life. Since graduating, Austin has moved to Phoenix and works for C.H. Robinson Worldwide, an international supply chain and logistics company. In his free time, Austin loves to play golf, watch netflix, hike, and endlessly watch college football and basketball.
Eli Asunolo ’98 - Asst. Advisor/Grand Treasurer
Elie was initiated in Spring 1998 and is a 2002 graduate from the Eller School of Management with a major in Economics and a Pre-law minor. As an undergraduate, Elie served as his pledge class Social Chair, chapter's Family Weekend Chair for consecutive years and was heavily involved in the Rush every year. Around campus, he was involved in several aspects of the University including working as a teacher's aid for the head of the Economics department, joining Arizona Allegiance, running for ASUA Senate and playing intramural sports for several seasons. He also worked for FMG under Matt Noble for a summer and at the University Rec Center for another. After graduation Elie moved to Denver where he lived for several years before returning back to Tucson to pursue a career with a regional bank, Compass Bank. He now works as a Relationship Manager in Commercial Banking, where he provides a full suite of banking services to middle market companies . Elie has continued to serve in the local community through organizations such as Junior Achievement, Habitat for Humanity, Tucson Chamber of Commerce and Eller College. In his free time, Elie enjoys doing CrossFit, reading philosophy and politics, and spending time with family.
Ethan Orr '94 - Asst. Advisor/Campus Partnerships
Ethan Orr grew up in Tucson and is a forth generation Arizonan. Currently, he is the Associate Director of Agriculture and Natural Resources for the University of Arizona; previously he was the Assistant Vice President for Government Affairs and Community Partnerships at the UA, focusing on applying science to help address issues that face our state. Previously, he served in the Arizona legislature passing numerous bills benefiting southern Arizona; including creating the Mental Health First Aid Program and helping develop the commercial space flight industry. He also, helped bring over $35 million in additional funding to the Tucson community. Before working at the UA, he was the Executive Director of a statewide non-profit which helped over 1,000 people with disabilities find meaningful employment every year, he also started a small business helping ex-offenders transition into the workplace. He has served in senior level economic development positions for the City of South Tucson and the City of Tucson. He started the Empowerment Zone in Pima County, which has generated over $500 million in tax credits for the community and created nationally recognized housing and employment programs. He has a Masters of Public Administration from the UA and has taught at the University of Arizona, Northern Arizona University and Pima College for over 20 years. He and his wife Kristen have been married for 19 years and have three wonderful children.
Pete Corrigan ’16 - Asst. Advisor/Faculty Advisor (Career Coach)
A fulltime employee of the University of Arizona, Pete Corrigan develops relationships with employers seeking to hire top talent for internships and full-time opportunities. For the past eleven years Pete has been helping students develop a thoughtful plan for reaching their career goals and making strategic connections with employers on their behalf.
Dr. Randy Christensen '88 - Asst. Advisor/Health & Wellness
Randal Christensen as an undergrad served Gamma-Rho as Philanthropy Chair and Grand Procurator. Upon completion at the U. of A. Randal achieved a BA in Sociology and an acceptance to Tufts University Medical School. Randal Christensen earned both his MD and his MPH degrees from Tufts University School of Medicine in 1995.
Dr. Christensen began working at Phoenix Children’s Hospital as the Medical Director of the Crews’n Healthmobile. His role at the hospital expanded to include the Division Chief of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine, as well as the President of the Medical Staff.
Dr. Christensen has been honored with numerous awards including Health Care Hero in 2006 sponsored by the Phoenix Business Journal, CNN’s Medical Marvel in 2007, People Magazine’s Heroes Among Us in 2008, and the Dr. Richard Carmona National Doorway of Hope Award in 2008. He is also the author of the book, “Ask Me Why I Hurt: The Kids Nobody Wants and the Doctor Who Heals Them. Currently Dr. Christensen is using his skill sets to help other organizations evaluate and implement innovative, impactful and sustainable community programs through his consulting firm, Randal Christensen Consulting.
In March of 2020 as the Covid-19 Pandemic shook the world, Dr. Christensen was asked to be the executive medical leader to aid the State of California in the building of a 330-bed hospital to address surge capacity. The hospital was utilized in April and June and is currently operating until no longer needed for further hospital surges and/or fire evacuations in Northern California.
Presently Dr. Christensen is the Chief Clinical Information Officer for a large FQHC in Cochise County, Arizona. The duties include the advanced thought that goes in Quality, Safety, Risk and Compliance for a large ambulatory clinic system. The career changes have led to great growth and training and he is delighted that his current residence is less than 2 miles away from his childhood home.
Dr. Isaac Martinez '91 - Asst. Advisor/Health & Wellness
Isaac was born in Yuma and raised in Nogales. He attended the University of Arizona in Tucson for both undergraduate work and medical school.
Martinez is the National Senior Medical Director of Inpatient Trend Management and Core Case Management for the Clinical Performance and Quality Team. Throughout his time with Cigna Healthcare, Isaac has supported multiple projects centering on mind-body whole person health, social determinants of health, and health disparities.
Isaac enjoys being active and routinely runs, cycles, and swims. He enjoys all things outdoors. Isaac has been a practitioner of transcendental meditation and mindfulness since 2013. He also serves on the board for the March of Dimes, Arizona. Brother Martinez was initiated in January of 1992 and remains connected to many of the Brothers from his time and enjoys reunions with them regularly, virtually or in person.
Richard Paris ’00 - Asst. Advisor/Recruitment Panel & Career Network
Richard Paris was a member of the BBIG Pledge Class of Fall 2000 to the Gamma Rho chapter of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity. Paris is currently a sales executive at a networking hardware distribution company in Costa Mesa, CA. My interests include entrepreneurship, music, sports, economics and business ethics.
Steve Perri ’85 - Asst. Advisor/Recruitment Panel
Stephen is a native Tucsonan and a 1985 initiate of Kappa Sigma at the University of Arizona. He graduated from Salpointe High School and completed his B.A in Secondary Education (1989) and his Masters in Literature (2000). In his time at Gamma Rho, he served as the Grand Master of Ceremonies and Grand Master, being awarded Grand Master of the Year in 1989. Stephen has been a high school English teacher for 30 years, has served as English and Humanities Department Chair, and coached high school baseball for over three decades. Stephen also owns and runs a local, family-owned small jewelry business in downtown Tucson. He works as a bench jeweler, designer, appraiser, and engraver. Stephen and his wife Gina have been married for 29 years, and love to travel. Their daughter, Marina, is a 2015 U of A graduate.