Will Oliver ’91

Will Oliver '91 President (Sigma Phi Epsilon)
Will Oliver ’91
President
(Sigma Phi Epsilon)

Will is a fourth generation Aggie and has been directly involved with the Greek system at Texas A&M as an alumni since 1996. He sits on SigEp’s national board of directors and is a former Alumni Board President for the Texas Mu Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon. Will was recently honored at SigEp’s Carlson Leadership Conference in Oklahoma City on February 19th, 2016, as the SigEp Volunteer of the Year. He and his wife Leslie are endowed donors to The Association of Former Students, Eppright Distinguished Donors of the 12th Man Foundation, active members of the Champions Council for the 12th Man Foundation, Ambassadors Council for the 12th Man Foundation, and supported the MSC Capital Fundraising Campaign by donated a pillar along with his family in the new MSC. Will also serves as the 12th Man Foundation Champions Council Co-Captain for the Houston Chapter. Will has served as the president of the Greek Former Students Network Board of Directors since its inception in 2010. Will also volunteers for passions he has outside of Texas A&M and Greek organizations. He is the 2015-2016 Chair for the Houston Metro Friends of NRA. Between volunteer work he also finds time to coach his two sons in basketball, football, and baseball. He is currently the Vice President of Business Development for KeyTronicEMS in Houston, Texas. KeyTronicEMS is a $500 million company providing global manufacturing services to multiple industries. His wife Leslie was a Pi Phi at Texas A&M and his sons Tripp and Porter are the Class of ’31 and ’32 respectively.