Meet Collegiate Advisory Committee Members

Mar 23, 2023 – Meet CAC Members: Amazeen, Biggs, and Buckley.

Learn more about the Collegiate Advisory Committee.

Andrew Amazeen, Arizona State

Major: Accounting, Business Data Analytics, and Computer Information Systems

What inspired you to join Delta Sigma Pi? Professionalism. During the summer leading into my freshman year, I heard about business fraternities. I had no interest in joining a social fraternity, but the idea of joining a fraternal organization that would help my career was attractive to me. I did my research and went through recruitment for Delta Sigma Pi the following spring, and I'm proud to say I never regretted that choice.

What is something brothers would be surprised to learn about you? I have a world ranking for paper-airplane throwing distance. During spring 2022, I competed in a local paper airplane contest sponsored by Red Bull. I won the qualifier hosted at ASU, and Red Bull later flew me to Denver to compete in a regional qualifier, all expenses paid. At the qualifier, using a single piece of paper, I made an airplane that I threw 150 ft., which ranked me at 10th in the world for distance. The design is a trade secret, but I am always happy to make one to show a brother the truth in this tale

Bri Biggs, Longwood (VA)

Major: Business Administration

In what ways has brotherhood in Delta Sigma Pi benefited you? Brotherhood has made me a better person. The Fraternity helped me develop passions I never knew I had, and the brothers have opened my eyes to so many things. I have grown in my leadership abilities, social skills, service, diversity and ethics, and professional development.

What is your overarching career goal? My dream is being an entrepreneur and opening a multi-service salon that provides hair, skin and nail care. I’m also interested in data analytics that support DEI efforts.

Lily Buckley, Syracuse (NY)

Major: Accounting, Supply Chain Management and Business Analytics

In what ways has brotherhood in Delta Sigma Pi benefited you? Delta Sigma Pi continues to be the best organization I joined in college. Delta Sigma Pi brothers are not just business students; they are passionate and involved throughout campus. Through Delta Sigma Pi, I have connected with amazing lifelong friends and role models. One of my greatest achievements through Delta Sigma Pi was creating our philanthropy event, Deltasig Dodgeball, and raising more than $4,000 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. This was the largest donation our chapter has made and it was one of the best memories I share with my brothers.

What is something your brothers would be surprised to learn about you? I’ve been doing gymnastics since I was three years old! I stopped after middle school, but picked it back up in college. I am now on the competitive Syracuse Club Gymnastics Team!

Over the next few weeks, we will be sharing more about current Collegiate Advisory Committee members. Who knows? A future Grand President or two may be among them! 


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