November Brother of the Month: Brett Rahbany ’21

  • Hometown: Sudbury, MA
  • School: Wharton
  • Major: Finance and Real Estate
  • Favorite Penn memory: Smokes Day
  • Fun fact: Has slept in four of Jackson Baker’s (’20) beds
  • Position: Social Chair, Brotherhood Chair
Brett with Phi Phi alumni Jordan Fromm ’19

Our November Brother of the Month is Brother Brett Rahbany ‘21. Always ready to help and support a brother, Brett is much beloved by all in the chapter. Hailing from Sudbury, Massachusetts, he also played Center for Penn’s hockey team.  In addition to his contributions on the ice, Brett has held prominent roles in the Phi Phi Chapter.  Serving as our Social and Brotherhood chair, Brett has always been working to enrich the experiences of his brothers. If someone’s down, Brett always has the remedy.

Brett supporting the Pats with his father

Brett truly encompasses what it means to be a Sigma Chi. His personality draws people in, making him a great member of the chapter. Brett cares deeply about the brotherhood fostered in our fraternity, and he has a prominent role in its strength. Brett’s mentorship is not restricted to his interpersonal skills. His work ethic is admired by all in the chapter; he’s a role model for younger and older brothers alike. He has accomplished the right balance of work and leisure in order to be successful and have fun doing it.

He’s a great guy and an even better friend. He will be missed as he graduates in the spring.

Quality time with the Brothers of Sigma Chi

Despite his heavy involvement in the chapter and in university athletics, Brett still finds time to excel in his studies and post-graduation pursuits. Brett studies Finance and Real Estate in the Wharton School, and he is pursuing real estate private equity upon graduating. After graduation, Brett is off to Blackstone as an analyst. We are sad to see him go but excited for what lies ahead.

Cheers, Brett! Good luck in the future ahead, and make sure to stop by and visit!

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