Category: ER State Director

New Jersey State Director

I want to go on record as endorsing Brother Jean Lamothe for the office of First International Vice President. Bro. Lamothe has worked effectively in the Office of International Director of education building programs and guiding the principle of Scholarship. I am confident that he is the best Brother for the Job, because he is…

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Virginia & West Virginia State Director

It is important for a leader to possess several characteristics. Necessary traits include the ability to meet objectives in a specified time frame, ability to move the organization forward, and the ability to motivate and inspire others. Bro. Lamothe is an individual who is conscientious in attention as well as meticulous in his efforts. He…

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New England State Director

Bro. Jean B. Jet Lamothe is a man of integrity and action. I have been fortunate enough to have known and have worked with Bro. Lamothe for eight years now, since becoming Area Deputy Director, Connecticut. Jet has always been about developing initiatives that impact our communities and Brothers alike; programs that have lasting effects…

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Pennsylvania State Director

On behalf of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, it is my pleasure to give my full support and endorsement to Bro. Jean B. Lamothe in his quest to becoming the 1st International Vice-President of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity. Brother Lamothe has worked effortlessly in his roles and rise in Sigma, holding positions on each level of…

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Delaware State Director

I am so proud to announce my support for Bro. Jean “Jet” Lamothe as the Eastern Region candidate for 1st International Vice-president! Bro. Dale J. Harris, State Director, DE and Eastern Shore, MD.

New York State Director

Jean has a proven, long track record of tireless service and dedication to Phi Beta Sigma fraternity Inc. so it’s was with great enthusiasm, that I support Jean B. Lamothe for International 1st Vice President Bro. Ben Alston New York State Director