Zeta Beta Tau Foundation

Up next: ZBT Live programs

The Zeta Beta Tau Foundation is proud to connect brothers and provide opportunities to learn about various topics and enjoy the benefits of brotherhood through ZBT Live, a monthly program featuring ZBT alumni discussing subjects from their field of expertise.

Join us for these upcoming programs and be sure to check out the previous programs which are available to watch on ZBTFoundation.org.

Fraternities Today: A Discussion with Leaders of the Fraternity Industry

January 12, 2022 | 8 p.m. EDT | Register: bit.ly/zbt1122022

​Join us for a special conversation with three of the key leaders of the fraternity industry as they discuss successes, challenges, and trends in the industry as we start a new academic term and calendar year. Panelists for this program include Nicki Meneley, Chief Executive Officer of the Fraternity Executives Association; Judson Horras, President and Chief Executive Officer of the North American Interfraternity Conference; and Chris Graham, President of the Association of Fraternity and Sorority Advisors and the Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life at Florida State University.

You Want the Truth: The Judge Advocate General’s Corps of the United States Army

February 16, 2022 | 8 p.m. EST | Register: bit.ly/zbt21622

Gain inside access to what it’s like being part of the Judge Advocate General’s Corps. Brothers with different levels of involvement in the JAG Corps and from multiple military branches will share insight on why they began their JAG journey, lessons learned from their experiences so far, and much more.

The panel will consist of Brothers Rodney B. Glassman, Alpha Omicron (University of Arizona) 1999; Sean T. Sullivan, Eta Lambda (Emory University) 2004; Michael A. Pollack, Delta Beta (University of Connecticut) 2013; and Matthew A. McCoy, Delta Iota (University of Central Florida) 2019.

The Journey of a Lifetime: A Safari Adventure with Alan Feldstein

March 22, 2022 | 8 p.m. EST | Register: bit.ly/zbt32222

Have you ever wanted to go on an African safari? Join us for a conversation with Brother Alan Feldstein, Alpha Rho (UCLA) 1977, the owner of Infinite Safari Adventures. Brother Feldstein worked as an attorney for the first part of his professional life, during which he visited Africa several times. His visits led to him eventually leaving the practice of law and starting an African safari company. He will share insights about his unique professional transition, stories, and pictures from his safari excursions, how the philosophy of brotherhood exists in Africa and discuss how you never know when you’ll find your true passion in life.