Brian Kirn is a proud graduate of the University of Missouri, where he led and participated in a wide variety of campus organizations in addition to his devotion to the Beta Epsilon chapter. He starred in campus productions and served as vice president of the College of Arts and Science Student Council and vice president of Omicron Delta Kappa. In his final semester, he was named as part of Mizzou '39 (recognizing the top 39 seniors on campus) and selected as a Pi Kapp Scholar. He continues his dedication to Mizzou as a lifetime member of the Alumni Association, also serving on the Arts and Science Alumni Organization Board. He also continues to serve the fraternity as a volunteer in a number of capacities, facilitating Mid Year Leadership Conference and Ladder of Risk and as a member education specialist. Professionally, Brian taught Spanish for two years for Teach For America in St. Louis and now works for their national headquarters in New York City on the finance and administration team. He is also a working actor in the city, having appeared in a high-profile musical workshop within his first few months, as well as several other gigs.