Top Frats for Producing Future CEOs

Jaylen Waddle
Jaylen Waddle

If you have your eyes set on becoming the next Steve Jobs or Bill Gates, you might want to investigate joining a fraternity house. According to Forbes, one-quarter of all CEOs on the Forbes Super 500 list of America’s largest corporations were members of college fraternities.

charles schwab
Charles R. Schwab

So before considering joining a fraternity solely for its parties, take a look at ten of the top frat houses that produce some of the countries most successful CEOs.
Beta Chi
Charles R. Schwab, founder, chairman and CEO of Charles Schwab Corporation Retail Stock Brokerage
Gamma Upsilon
Don Tyson, chairman of Tyson Foods
Delta Upsilon
Doug Lebda, founder and CEO of LendingTree.com
John Thain, current CEO Merrill Lynch & Co., former president and COO of Goldman Sachs Group Inc., and former CEO of NYSE
Chase Carey, president and CEO of DirectTV
Eta Mu
Chet Huber, president of OnStar
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Robert Nardelli, CEO of Home Depot
Sigma Alpha Mu
Daniel Amos, CEO of AFLAC Insurance
Maurice Greenberg, CEO of American International Group (AIG)
Beta Theta Pi
G. Kennedy Thompson, CEO of Wachovia
Psi Upsilon
Alan Lafley, CEO of Procter & Gamble
Alpha Epsilon Pi
Sanford Weill, CEO of Citigroup
Zeta Psi
William B. Harrison Jr., CEO of J.P. Morgan Chase
via Forbes

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