Dan Hoelter and Brett Moore have stepped into the role of chapter counselor for Arkansas Alpha. The chapter counselor mentors the undergraduate officers and facilitates discussions on long-term strategy, risk management, and other key elements to our success. They also keep the AVC informed on the progress and needs of the chapter so we can better serve the organization.
Brett attended the University of Arkansas, graduating in 2002. As a member of Arkansas Alpha, he served as the chaplain. Brett was a part of the re-chartering of Arkansas Alpha and takes great pride in the Balanced Man Program. Brett’s favorite memory as an undergrad were the recruiting events at Lake Hamilton during the summer. Brett has enjoyed the volunteering experience: “I love seeing the men accomplish great things and seeing how far they have come. I love the brotherhood of SigEp and the fact that I can still lean on brothers for advice.” Brett currently works for Transplace where he is building a new division by bringing in local business and meeting their transportation needs. Brett and his wife Lisa are expecting a daughter in March. They live in Cave Springs with their dog Chief. Brett enjoys the outdoors, golf, hunting, and just about everything to do with Razorbacks athletics.
Dan attended Emporia State University and graduated in 2004. As a member of Kansas Epsilon, he served as VP of Programming. He was also student body vice president. As Dan reflects on his SigEp experience, “After just coming from basic training right into college, I was looking for that same sort of brotherhood and I found that with SigEp. It was a natural fit. When I joined my chapter, it was not a high time for our organization. Being a part of that turnaround was a tremendous experience for me that was topped off with being awarded the Most Outstanding Chapter on Campus award.” Dan served on Kansas Epsilon’s AVC as Chapter Counselor and AVC President. Dan is committed to the Balanced Man Program and mentoring the future of our organization because “only the constant development of our men can we continue to grow and flourish.” During his last semester as an undergrad, Dan was called up to serve in Operation Iraqi Freedom and was deployed to Iraq for 14 months. Upon his return, he completed his master’s degree and began a career in consulting. For the last 4 years, Dan has been working at the Walmart Home Office working for the International Division, focused on Technology Enablement. He is a member of Walmart’s Young Professional Steering Committee and the Northwest Arkansas Emerging Leaders Steering Committee. He participates in the Project Management Institute of NWA. Dan fully embraces Walmart’s mentoring culture and applies that process to SigEp, a recipe for success. In his spare time, Dan is an ultra-marathon runner and actively seeks out opportunities to do the impossible.