Sigma Lambda Beta recently launched a new initiative called the 86 Club. One of our first contributors was Brother Steve Galvan. We sat down with him recently to see why he felt it important to support the 86 Club.
Can you give a little Sigma Lambda Beta background? When and where did you cross? What roles have you had or currently possess?
I first became interested in Sigma Lambda Beta when my older biological brother Gary “El Ejemplo” Galvan crossed in 2000. He would bring me around to programming, community, and social events. The Brotherhood and the way everyone interacted was like no other. I knew then, I wanted to become part of this organization. I crossed on June 18, 2004, at 10:20:56 p.m. at the “Exotic” Epsilon chapter at Western Michigan University. As an undergrad, I served as Vice-President, Historian, and Secretary. As an alumnus, I have served as Chairman of the Alumni Network of West Michigan, Assistant Regional Director, and Regional Director.