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Foundation Welcomes Three New Board Members

Henry Beattie (Mississippi State ’77)

Henry joined the Board of Trustees in September 2022 and is a member from Mississippi State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in accounting. As an undergraduate, Henry served his chapter as Eminent Archon and Eminent Treasurer. Following two years of service in the United States Navy, Henry spent six years as a Certified Public Accountant for Ernst & Young. He was also the CEO of a 100-location drug store chain and President of Baker/Automated Prescription Systems, Inc. He is now enjoying retirement. Henry and his wife of 45 years, Martha, live in Scottsdale and Prescott, Arizona. In their free time, they enjoy spending time together outdoors. In addition to serving on the SAE Foundation Board of Trustees, Henry is also on the Board of his community Homeowners Association. 

What is your favorite SAE memory as an undergraduate or alumnus?

Several members of the Chapter volunteered to repair bicycles one Christmas. The program, Toys-For-Tots was an effort by the Junior Auxiliary to provide gifts for those in need. The local paper pictured us at work and I know the community was appreciative of our efforts to assist at a time when the economy was experiencing a severe recession. On another occasion SAE accounting majors were asked to prepare tax returns for those who were unable to afford a preparer. In most cases we were able to bring a smile to faces who received an unexpected refund. 

Why is giving back to SAE important to you?

I am mindful of a quote from Sir Winston Churchill – ‘We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give.’ George H.W. Bush spoke about, ‘A Thousand Points of Light’ and the impact of a small amount of time given by all Americans to a charitable cause. I knew Paul Jacobs the past Eminent Supreme Archon who was a member of Mississippi Theta and impressed me with his devotion to SAE and the importance of serving at the SAE national level should the opportunity ever present itself.

What motivated you to join the SAE Foundation Board of Trustees?

Hopefully some of my past business experiences will be helpful in ensuring the Foundation’s financial commitments exceed expectations for generations to come.


Graham Hill (Texas-Austin ‘71)

Graham joined the Board of Trustees in September 2022 and is a member from the University of Texas-Austin. As an undergraduate, Graham served his chapter as Eminent Archon, Houston Rush Captain, and Scholarship Chairman. He was also on the Student Union Board of Directors and was Vice President of the Interfraternity Council. As an alumnus, Graham has served as an Alumni Advisor and was a key member of the Capital Campaign Committee that raised funds to build the current SAE house on the UT Campus. Graham also established two scholarships for the benefit of University Texas students in good standing with SAE: the Scott Caven Scholarship and the Frank Abraham Scholarship. Graham is presently 

Co-Chair of the Re-Chartering Committee for the Emerging Chapter of SAE at the University of Texas-Austin. Graham has Bachelor of Arts and Master of Public Affairs degrees from UT and a Juris Doctor degree from Southern Methodist University. Graham practiced civil trial law for almost 40 years handling many high-profile cases. He is a member of the American College of Trial Lawyers, The American Board of Trial Advocates, and the International Academy of Trial Lawyers. He is also a member and the past President of the International Society of Barristers. Additionally, Graham has supported many different organizations, including membership on various hospital, charity, and church boards. Graham and his wife, Lindy, live in Houston, Texas. They have four children and seven grandchildren. 

What is your favorite SAE memory as an undergraduate or alumnus?

My favorite SAE memory is telling my SAE father, John Hill, that I had pledged SAE. It was the first time I had ever seen my father cry. 

Why is giving back to SAE important to you?

My parents both had servants’ hearts. They supported their church, their schools, their fraternity and sorority, their professions and their community.  Their example has continued to inspire me, my sisters, our children and grandchildren to continue that family legacy. SAE has provided me with an abundance of lifelong friends and challenged me to be the best version of myself. My goal is to pay that forward.

What motivated you to join the SAE Foundation Board of Trustees?

In my work to help re-charter SAE at the University of Texas, I have become friends with many of members of the national leadership team.  I share their vision that SAE has an important role to play in inspiring young men to be True Gentleman and contribute to their universities and communities. I am excited to join the SAE team and hopefully make a meaningful contribution. 


Matthew Weinstein (Northern Iowa ’94)

Matt joined the Board of Trustees in September 2022 and is a member from the University of Northern Iowa. As an undergraduate, he served his chapter as Eminent Deputy Archon, Membership Educator, Rush Chair, and Interfraternity Council Representative. As an alumnus, he has served on his chapter’s Housing Corporation. He has a Bachelor of Arts in political science and government and is the National Sales Director for Abbott Laboratories, where he has worked for 24 years in sales and marketing. Matt and his wife live in the northern suburbs of Chicago. They have two daughters and a beagle/basset hound mix named Murphy. In his free time, Matt enjoys traveling with his family, visiting breweries, reading, and working out. In addition to serving on the SAE Foundation’s Board of Trustees, Matt is a mentor for Women Leaders in Action and participates in Junior Achievement programs at his daughters’ schools. 

What is your favorite SAE memory as an undergraduate or alumnus?

The National Leadership Schools I attended were the most impactful, but it was the road trips with my chapter brothers to Province Tau leadership schools that I remember most. We rented RVs to drive to

schools in North and South Dakota, and the stories when we got back are ones I remember today.

Why is giving back to SAE important to you?

Like so many others, SAE provided me some of the most important lessons of my life, as well as my closest friends. There is no one activity that prepares undergraduates for professional success more than Greek life, and SAE for me. As an undergraduate, I promised that after I graduated, I would at least donate my chapter dues for life. That was a small price to pay for the education SAE – and SAEs -provided me.

What motivated you to join the SAE Foundation Board of Trustees?

As my children have gotten older and my career more established, I have the time to contribute more to

my community. Serving as a Foundation Trustee feels like a great opportunity to both give back and take advantage of the benefits of SAE in a different way than I did as an undergraduate while still working to ensure the long-term health of the Levere Memorial Temple, SAE, and the SAE Foundation.

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