About Us

Since 1987, Fraternity Management Group (FMG) has worked with fraternity and sorority staff, undergraduates, and volunteers. FMG is your best source for professional assistance with alumni & parent relations programs, career & leadership programs, chapter & housing operations, large-scale capital campaigns, strategic assessments, and web-based information management systems. If you are looking to make a major improvement in your relations with alumni and parents…are considering acquiring, renovating, or building a new Chapter House…are looking to raise annual or endowment funding and/or are looking for a web-based software system for membership & fundraising management…or are looking for career & leadership programs to set your chapter apart, we can help.

Fraternity Management Group’s services include the following:

  • Data Management & Research (including access via web-based software)
  • Gift Management, Pledge Reminders & Thanks
  • Prospect Research Management
  • Social Media Management (E-News, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter & Website)
  • Newsletter Management
  • Alumni & Parent Annual/Planned Giving Management
  • Alumni & Parent Event Management
  • Alumni, Parent & Undergraduate Recognition Management
  • Case Development, Project Summaries & Campaign Brochures
  • Cultivation/Stewardship Management
  • Strategic Assessments (Alumni & Parent Relations Assessment, Chapter Operations Assessment, Housing Operations Assessment & Fundraising Assessment)
  • Feasibility Study Management
  • Capital Campaign Management
  • Custom Web-Based Software For Chapters
  • Career & Leadership Management
  • Strategic Partnership Management In The Areas of Financial & Facility Management
  • Educational Workshops In The Areas of Advisory Board Operations, Alumni/Parent Relations and Housing Operations

To learn more, please email Matt Noble or call him at 520-990-3250.

FMG’s vision is to ensure that every client has a strong undergraduate chapter operation, effective alumni & parent relations program, a career & leadership program, and a quality living-learning environment. We believe that an effective partnership between the Local Chapter, Greek Life Office, University Alumni Association, Headquarters, and FMG is the key to chapter excellence.

 

Our Senior Staff

 

Matt Noble
Matt Noble, President

Matt is a 1984 initiate of Kappa Sigma Fraternity at the University of Arizona and a 1986 graduate of the UA Eller School of Business with a major in Marketing. As an undergraduate Matt served the chapter as Alumni Relations Chair, Little Sister Chair, and Vice President. He worked for the UA Athletic Department after graduation in the areas of Fund Development & Marketing before founding Fraternity Management Group (FMG) in 1989. He serves Kappa Sigma as the Foundation Vice President and as an Alumni Association/Housing Corporation director. In addition, Matt chairs several local community boards, including: HABBJACH/Dollars For Scholars, Ironwood Ridge Baseball Boosters Group, TCALS (Tucson Community of Athletes, Leaders & Scholars), & the UA Oracle Board Greek Life Advisory Board). In his free time he likes to hike & play golf. He and wife Risa, a 1988 graduate of UA, live in Oro Valley, AZ and have one son, Austin.

Craig Lowden
Craig Lowden, Sr. Vice President

Craig is a ’96 initiate of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity at the University of Arizona. He is currently an Assistant Alumnus Advisor with the chapter. He has been with FMG since February of ’96, going full time upon graduation in 2000. Prior to his time with FMG he served in the United States Navy. He and his wife, Katie, enjoying traveling when they can.

Tony Marksch
Tony Marksch, Sr. Vice President
Peter Parker
Pete Parker, Campaign & Volunteer Board Consultant
Taylor Smith, Director of Client Management
Dylan Boswell, Chief Designer

 

 

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