Michael G. Beals

Grand Council at Large


Past Grand Offices

2010 - 2011
Collegiate Advisory Committee Representative

Michael G. Beals

Epsilon
Iowa State University

During his time as a collegiate at Iowa State, Frater Beals served the Fraternity in multiple roles - as Grammateus, Epiprytanis, Recruitment Chairman and Prytanis. In addition, he was selected to serve as the Chairman of the Collegiate Advisory Committee. This role afforded him a position on the Grand Council as the first collegiate representative since The Black Book amendment in 2009 which allowed the CAC Chairman to have a vote on the Council.

A graduate of TKE Leadership Academy XXII, Frater Beals was named a “Top Teke Recruiter” in 2009, “Top Teke” in 2010, and is the recipient of the Bruce B. Melchert and Ronald Reagan Leadership Award from the TKE Educational Foundation.

He graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Accounting from Iowa State's Ivy College of Business in 2010. Since graduation, he continues to be actively involved in the Fraternity, having served as the Epsilon Alumni Association President, Epsilon Board of Advisors Vice Chairman and Treasurer, Great-Plains Province and Grand Province Advisor, and a small group facilitator at Leadership Academy XXVII, XXVIII, and XXIX. Frater Beals will graduate with his Master of Business Administration in Finance from the Tippie College of Business in 2020.

Professionally, Frater Beals is a Senior Financial Analyst for Principal Financial Group, analyzing aspects of merger, acquisition, disposition, and capital strategic planning and management. He started at Principal in March 2017. Prior to this role, he worked at Deloitte as an Audit Manager for more than six years. He lends his professional experience to the Fraternity as well, serving as a member of the Fraternity's Finance and Audit Committee. This committee reviews the Fraternity's financial statements monthly under the leadership of the Grand Crysophylos.

Frater Beals and his wife Erica live in West Des Moines, IA.

Mike J. McEvilly

Grand Council at Large


Past Grand Offices

Mike J. McEvilly

Beta-Eta
Missouri University of Science and Technology

Frater McEvilly is a Grand Prytanis' Circle level donor to the TKE Educational Foundation and a Life Loyal Teke. Mike was an International Top Teke in 1980. Frater Mike serves on the Grand Council Programs and Finance committee.

Since 2014, Frater Mike has served on the Board of Directors for the TKE Educational Foundation. He is also the Chairman of the Advancement Committee, Member of the Executive Committee and a Member of the Board Development Committee. In addition, he has served on the Board of Directors for the Founders Housing Fund since 2016. Frater McEvilly was the Campaign Chairman of the Beta-Eta’s capital campaign for the new chapter house. He was initiated into the Beta-Eta chapter at Missouri University of Science and Technology, named University of Missouri-Rolla then, in 1978.

Professionally, Frater McEvilly has spent his career in the offshore, onshore and international oil and gas field development. He currently is the Project Director for the West White Rose Project for Husky Energy. Prior to this role, he worked for Hess Corporation, Spitzer Industries, Helix Energy Solutions and Anadarko Petroleum Corporation.

His service to others is not limited to Tau Kappa Epsilon. McEvilly has served his community through many organizations such as The Lions Club, Elks Lodge, and Masonic Lodge/Shriners/Scottish Rite/York Rite/Eastern Star. He's led youth as a coach and umpire in Little League, and youth basketball, as well as a referee for youth soccer. He also volunteers as a committeeman for the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, is President of Bright Light Foundation, an organization that provides funds to individuals in the Oil and Gas industry with severe medical conditions, and is President-Elect of the Missouri S&T Alumni Association as well as a member of the Board of Trustees for the Missouri University of Science and Technology. Mike is also an Elder for Trinity Klein Lutheran Church.

He and his wife, Mary, have two children, Michael and Melissa, as well as four grandchildren. Frater Mike and his wife live in Spring, Texas.