DELTA SIGMA PI
Professional Business Fraternity
Xi Tau Chapter | Syracuse University
Our Chapter

The Xi Tau chapter of Delta Sigma Pi proudly represents the Martin J. Whitman School of Management and Syracuse University! Since our chapter's founding in 2001, we have grown to 111 active members and nearly 500 chapter alumni.

We pride ourselves on being the most dedicated, hard-working, and impactful members of the Whitman community. We achieve this goal by selecting only the best candidates for acceptance, instilling the fraternities values in every member, and promoting a positive experience for all. From personal and professional development, to raising thousands of dollars for local community organizations, the Xi Tau chapter is committed to growth and development.

In 2015-2016, Xi Tau reached Chapter of Excellence for the first time in chapter history. We had our largest recruitment class ever, raised over $5,000 by hosting community service events, hosted professional events with alumni and professionals from around the business world, and had a fun time while doing it. Check out our "Year In Review" video to see what we were up to!

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AND OFFICERS

President

FAIZ KHAN


Email: fkhan100@syr.edu



Senior Vice President

CATHERINE CUMMINGS


Email: cmcumm01@syr.edu



Chancellor

OLIVIA LISKOWITZ


Email: oaliskow@syr.edu



Vice President of Chapter Operations

AALIYAH ROSEMAN


Email: aarosema@syr.edu



Vice President of Finance

IAN ST CLAIR


Year: Junior
Hometown: Berkley Heights, New Jersey
Major: Finance
Previous Position: VP of Scholarship and Awards



Chapter Advisor

PROFESSOR MARYANN MONFORTE


Professor Monforte holds a BS in Accounting from Ithaca College and an MBA in Strategic Marketing from Syracuse University. She is a licensed CPA in New York State, and practices as an Accounting Professor at the Martin J. Whitman School of Management. Her areas of research expertise include technology marketing and sales, software applications and their impact on business, the dot-com bust, going public with companies, the emergence of web-based applications, bankruptcy, and reorganization under Chapter 11. Professor Monforte's industry experiences includes working at Sungard Corporation, I-Many Inc., Big Machines, Niku, Impletech International, QAD, CIS Corporation and PriceWaterhouseCoopers.

Email: mpmonfor@syr.edu