Kennesaw State University Launches Lambda Chapter of Epsilon Nu Tau
Kennesaw, GA – Two undergraduate students at Kennesaw States University have established the Lambda Chapter of Epsilon Nu Tau Fraternity. The newest Brothers and Chapter Co-Founders, Charles Tompkins and Brandon Sullins, were inducted into the entrepreneurship fraternity on Sunday, October 16th, 2016.
The Lambda Chapter is Epsilon Nu Tau’s first chapter to be located in the State of Georgia. ENT is excited to have such a great founding team leading the new chapter in Georgia. When asked about their plans with ENT, the new Chapter Founders expressed a few of their goals.
“Personally, I see Epsilon Nu Tau as a gateway for those who feel different,” Charles explains. “Those individuals who sit in their rooms and believe they are misunderstood. Those individuals who believe nothing is impossible. Those individuals who are looking to change the world. As a chapter, I look forward to providing these brothers with the ability to see an idea grow. We plan to use the chapter as a business incubator. When a brother has an idea, we help him see it through the different stages, marketing, prototypes, legalities, whatever it may be we will help him figure it out, or put him in contact with someone who can. I have never been more enthused by an opportunity to bring together like-minded entrepreneurs and watch us all grow as leaders.”
Brandon speaks metaphorically, “When I take down the lion, I will remember those who provided me with the spear. As entrepreneurs, coming together to take on momentous tasks is what we do. Epsilon Nu Tau is going to help my brothers and me by providing the spear to take on the lion.”
It’s a great time for ENT as we remain excited for the future of our entrepreneurial organization!
Pictured, from the Lambda Chapter Induction; (from left to right) Charles Tompkins & Brandon Sullins.