The Lambda Chi Alpha Educational Foundation is governed by the Foundation Board of Directors who are responsible for the management and oversight of the Foundation. The members serve three-year terms and meet four times a year either by phone or in person. They serve on committees, manage assets and financially support the mission of the Foundation.
Drew C. Lynch, Texas-State ‘79
Drew is a retired Energy Executive who has over 35 years of diversified experience in the energy and global metals markets. Lynch worked for Enron Corporation from 1990-2005 in the USA, Canada and Europe trading and operations areas, including serving as Chief Operating Officer of Enron Metals in Europe. He and his wife Kim live on their family ranch in Texas. The Lynch’s son, Salty, is an advisor to the Texas A&M colony.
Bo L. Gebbie, Evansville ‘03
Bo Gebbie was appointed president of Evolving Solutions in August 2021. Bo joined Evolving Solutions in January 2017 as the Vice President of Sales, Services and Marketing. He is a member of the Executive and Management Teams and represents the organization externally on vendor and partner Advisory Councils. Before joining Evolving Solutions, Bo was an IBM executive, serving last as Vice President of Sales, Server Solutions, for IBM North America. In that role, he had sales and profit responsibility for a $3B portfolio across Power Systems, z Systems and the Server Linux brands.
Bo has a finance degree from the University of Evansville and an MBA from Creighton University. He is the president of the board of Nebraska HOBY Youth Leadership and chairperson of the University of Evansville Board of Visitors.
Bo was a member of the Lambda Chi Alpha Student Advisory Committee in 2001 and was Conference Planner from 2002-2003.
Dale E. Baker, Iowa ‘68
Dale founded Baker Healthcare Consulting in 1990, a company specializing in Medicare payment strategies. Prior to Baker Healthcare Consulting, Dale enjoyed a successful career in public accounting at Ernst & Young. He also serves on the University of Iowa Foundation Board.
Secretary and Audit Committee Chair
Bryce A. Murray, California-San Diego ‘07
Bryce is the Managing Director for Talent Acquisition Group and also serves as an Advisor for PeopleTech Partners. Throughout his career, Bryce has served as the Head of Staffing for Waymo, a self-driven technology development company, and has helped leading consumer brands like Disney, Red Bull, and JCPenney build or refine their talent acquisition capabilities. He has worked across a myriad of industries as a recruiter including media & entertainment, technology, consumer packaged goods, and retail to recruit talent from the board to individual contributor level for clients ranging from seed stage startups to large enterprises. He also served on the Young Alumni Council helping advise the Educational Foundation on engaging young alumni. Bryce and his wife, Kat, have three children and live in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Grants and Programs Committee Chair
Alton R. Brown, III, (Tony), Alabama ‘75
Tony is President of The Pelican Group, Inc., a privately-owned, Mobile, Alabama based developer and manager of shopping centers. He is responsible for the oversight of all development, financing, leasing and management functions of The Pelican Group. Brown serves as Vice President and Secretary of Shanri Holdings Corp. and is responsible for all asset management functions relating to Shanri’s U.S. portfolio. For more than 30 years as a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers he served as State Government Relations Committee Chairman, State Director for Alabama and Mississippi, Southern Division Government Relations Chairman and Southern Division Alliance Co-Chairman and chaired the national Environmental Subcommittee lobbying Congress, EPA, USACE and FWS on environmental and land rights issues. He also serves on the Board of the Center for Real Estate and Economic Development at The University of South Alabama.
Dr. Robert E. Anderson, South Dakota ‘78
Rob is a semi-retired general surgeon serving as Vice President for Quality at the Dunes Surgical Hospital in Dakota Dunes, South Dakota. He received his Bachelor of Science in Chemistry / Biology from the University of South Dakota (Alpha-Gamma Zeta) in 1978.
During his senior year, Rob served on the Student Advisory Committee (1977-1978). Deferring his acceptance to the University of Minnesota Medical School, he traveled as an Educational Leadership Consultant from 1978-1979. Rob has practiced medicine since he graduated the University of Minnesota in 1983.
Mary Joy Stead, Iowa ’62
Mary Joy is a member of Delta Zeta and wife of Emeritus Director Jerre Stead. She is actively involved as a volunteer in the greater Phoenix community and on several non-profit boards, including at her alma mater, serving as Trustee of the University of Iowa Foundation. Mary Joy and Jerre are passionate about children’s medicine, and in 2016, the UI Children’s Hospital was renamed The University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital. The Steads’ giving spans higher education, pastoral training, healthcare and Alzheimer’s research.
Immediate Past Chair
Robert C. Wheelock (Clint) – Washington & Lee ’92
Clint is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Dash Network, bringing to the role more than 17 years of experience in market research and consulting focused on emerging technology markets. Prior to Dash, Wheelock founded Tractica in 2014 with a focus on human interaction with technology including coverage of AI, user interface technologies, advanced computing, and other emerging sectors. Tractica was acquired by Informa Group in 2018 and Wheelock subsequently served as Chief Research Officer for Informa’s research division, Omdia, with management and content strategy responsibility for a team of 400 industry analysts that was formed by the combination of Tractica, Ovum, IHS Markit Technology, and Heavy Reading. Clint holds a BA from Washington & Lee University and an MBA from the University of Dallas. He served Lambda Chi Alpha on the Student Advisory Committee (1991-1992) and as an Educational Leadership Consultant (1992-1994). Wheelock Chairs the Foundation’s Executive Committee.
Alan M. Anderson, Coe ‘78
Alan is President of Alan Anderson Law Firm LLC. He is certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy as a civil trial advocate and by the Minnesota State Bar Association as a civil trial specialist. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, the first person so recognized in Minnesota. Anderson practices principally in the areas of commercial litigation, intellectual property and patent litigation, international arbitration and appellate advocacy. Anderson’s practice is international in scope and he represents clients in a wide variety of industries. He has tried jury cases to verdict in state and federal courts literally from Los Angeles to New York City. Anderson is a member of the International Bar Association and is a Fellow and member of the Council of the Australian Centre for International Commercial Arbitration.
Jeff A. Arntson, Oregon State ‘85
Jeff is Vice President of Albina Asphalt, a manufacturer of asphalt products in Oregon and SW Washington. He and his brothers are fourth-generation owners of the company and have been serving residential and commercial customers since 1903. Arntson and his family also own a ranch in eastern Oregon, and he lives in Vancouver, Washington.
Tracy J. Forst, Denver ‘84
Tracy is Managing Director at Aon Insurance. He is very active in charitable causes including service on the Board of the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation as well as the Parents Leadership Council at the University of Denver. Tracy continues to be involved with the University of Denver chapter, serving on the house corporation. Tracy and his wife Stephanie live in Littleton, CO.
David Franklin, Evansville ‘99
Mr. Franklin has over two decades of experience in the investment industry, and currently serves as the Chief Investment Officer and Manager at Diamond Capital Management (DCM). In this capacity, he coordinates the investment philosophy, strategy, tactics, and implementations employed by the Bank in managing approximately $2 billion in assets within DCM. Additionally, Mr. Franklin serves as the Portfolio Manager for both institutional and private wealth client portfolios. Prior to joining the Bank, Mr. Franklin was the Director of Portfolio Construction and Senior Portfolio Manager at Regions Wealth Management. Mr. Franklin received a B.S. in Mathematics from the University of Evansville. Additionally, he has attained the Chartered Financial Analyst and the Chartered Market Technician designations. He is a member of the CFA Institute, the CFA Society of Indianapolis, and the CMT Association. Mr. Franklin currently serves on the Board of Visitors for the University of Evansville and as grader for the level 3 CMT exam.
Harry Lee, Cal State-Fresno ‘79
Harry possesses 35+ years of aerospace and defense business contract management experience, retiring from Northrop Grumman Corporation as the V.P. Corporate Contracts, Pricing and Supply Chain. In this role, Harry led all aspects of contracts, pricing and supply chain including responsibility for the company’s risk review process and development of company-wide contracts and pricing policies, direction and training. Prior to Northrop Grumman, Mr. Lee was a contract administrator for the Hughes Aircraft Company and G&H Technology, Inc.
Harry has received several awards and community service honors, including being recognized in 2014 as the National Association of Asian American Professionals 100 Honoree. He serves as an executive advisor to Upward Synergy in association with leadership development programs at Cal State Fullerton and UCSD’s Rady School of Management. Mr. Lee also serves on the Board of Directors for the Northrop Grumman Financial Credit Union and the Asian American Professional Association.
Jason Seegert, Wittenberg University ‘04
Jason Seegert is a Managing Director with Accenture, leading the firm’s Marketing Transformation Practice in North America. Jason serves on the Campaign Steering Committee for Wittenberg University’s successful Having Light campaign, which surpassed its goal of $100M raised in the fall of 2022. He also volunteers with the Park City Sailing Association. A 2004 graduate of Wittenberg University, Jason completed a B.A. in East Asian Studies and Finance. As an undergraduate brother of Nu Zeta Zeta, Jason served as High Iota and High Delta. Jason has served the general fraternity as an Impact Leadership coach, a Student Advisory Committee member, and on the Young Alumni Council.
Ed Wilkinson, Arkansas ‘79
Ed Wilkinson resides in Greenwood, Arkansas. He met his wife of 30+ years, LaDonna, while training to fulfill his dream of becoming a pilot. He earned his aviator wings and got a lot more. They have one son, Attorney Wm. Daniel Wilkinson. Ed followed family tradition as a community banker, state legislator, United States Navy officer, and brother of the Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity at the University of Arkansas. He graduated from the University of Arkansas with a BSBA, Finance & Banking, and MBA. Ed was inducted into the U of A “Towers of Old Main.” He served on the U of A Alumni Association national Board of Directors and on its Chancellor’s Society, Board of Advisors, and Campaign Arkansas. The active brethren of Lambda Chi elected Ed “2019 Alumnus of the Year.” Subsequently, Ed earned a Doctor of Business Administration (D.B.A.) from Walden University. Using the conceptual framework learned at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, Ed’s doctoral study was “Credit Strategies for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises Within a Changing Environment.” Later, Ed earned a Master of Laws (LL.M.) from the University of Liverpool (UK). ” Ed is a third generation Farmers Banker. He has 40 years executive and board leadership experience. Ed has served Farmers Bank in virtually every capacity. He was elected Wilkinson Banking Corporation CEO 1986 and Farmers Bank President 1994. He is secretary of Arkansas Community Bankers Association Executive Board. Ed also served in both the U. S. Navy and the Arkansas legislature.
President & CEO
Dan Hartmann, Truman State – ’07
Brother Dan Hartmann serves as the fifth President & CEO of Lambda Chi Alpha Educational Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization with a mission to raise philanthropic support for the Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. The Educational Foundation stewards $14M in assets under management and annually grants more than $1M to the Fraternity, local chapter initiatives, and direct student aid.
Dan brings more than a decade of experience in philanthropy and non-profit leadership. Prior to rejoining the staff in 2019, Brother Hartmann served as Director of Development at IUPUI, the largest urban research institution in Indiana. He has Interfraternal Foundation experience, having previously served as COO of the NIC Foundation. In addition, Dan served the Lambda Chi Alpha Educational Foundation in a previous tour of duty as the Alumni Director.
Brother Hartmann is also an active volunteer in the greater Indianapolis community serving as President of the Association of Fundraising Professionals Indiana Chapter. He serves as a Director on his church’s Foundation Board and as Treasurer of the Thorpe Creek Homeowners Association.
Dan and his wife, Becca, along with their two daughters, Hadley and Harper, reside in Fishers, Indiana. Brother Hartmann holds an MBA from Anderson University and a BA in Business Management from Truman State University where he was active in Phi-Psi Zeta. In addition, Dan is a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) having demonstrated professional success and commitment to the field of philanthropy.