National Executive Committee
Mark R. Lichtenberg – National President
Delta Nu (Bradley University) 1993
Dr. John M. Israel – National Vice President
Pi Zeta (Lindenwood University) 2001
Dr. Matthew R. Koperniak – Committeeman-at-Large
Epsilon Lambda (University of Georgia)1999
Dr. Karl Paulnack – Committeeman-at-Large-Elect
Alpha Alpha (National Honorary) 2011
Jyron A. Joseph – National Collegiate Representative
Nu Eta (University of Texas at San Antonio) 2013
David E. Fidler II – Chairman, Council of Province Governors
Delta Lambda (Ball State University) 1995
Jule J. Streety – Chairman, Council of Collegiate Province Representatives
Alpha Upsilon (University of Arizona) 2013
Dates of Service: 2018-2021
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Powers and Duties
National Bylaws, Title I National
Article IV. National Executive Committee
Section 1. Powers and duties of the NEC.
The NEC oversees the affairs of the national Fraternity. It appoints a National Secretary-Treasurer and Assistant National Secretary-Treasurer and ratifies appointments of the National President. It may appoint other officers as necessary. It may appoint a staff member to supervise the national staff. It may, after 30 days notice and due hearing, remove from office any member of the NEC. It may appoint a substitute to fill an NEC vacancy, however created. It may authorize the creation of standing committees. It adopts an annual budget which includes national staff compensation and may authorize expenditures in excess of the budget. It may inspect financial records of the Fraternity, and it provides a competent auditor to examine the accounts of the National Secretary-Treasurer at least once every three years. It selects a company and amount to insure or bond the individual or individuals who carry out the duties of National Secretary-Treasurer, the expenses of the insurance or bond to be paid from the national treasury. It determines insurance fees and alumni association charter fees. It determines what business appears on the official docket for consideration by the National Assembly or National Council. It is the Fraternity’s appellate body and notifies all parties involved in writing of its decision within twenty days of hearing any appeal. It may confer collegiate membership and holds the exclusive power to confer national honorary membership. It determines the benefits of honorary members.