On October 17th, our chapter had the privilege of hearing from Luke Botica. Mr. Botica is an Alpha Kappa Psi alum from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota. He is now retired but had achieved great milestones throughout his career: becoming an Audit Partner at KPMG, holding various interim CFF roles, and starting his own advisory firm – Luke F. Botica Inc.
Mr. Botica had a lot of great advise to give about ethics in the workplace, work – life balance, dealing with challenging situations in the workplace, traveling internationally for work, and the importance of remaining flexible and innovative.
While this was all meaningful and applicable advice what really resonated with me were his stories of AKPsi brotherhood during and long after the college days. It was exciting to hear Mr. Botica reminiscence about the ‘good old days’ on campus with his Alpha Kappa Psi brothers, their successes as a chapter, and the unforgettable memories. It was even more exciting to hear how they still keep in touch and help each other out. I know that stories about brotherhood extending beyond graduation inspire other brothers including myself to contribute even more to our fraternity.
Blog post by: Gabi Radanova