The Zeta Beta Tau Foundation is proud to be bringing virtual programming to brothers and friends of ZBT.
Inspired to Serve: Two Ambassadors & a Businessman
Brothers Stuart E. Eizenstat, Alpha Pi (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) 1964, Stuart A. Bernstein, Beta Beta (American University) 1962, and Marc B. Nathanson, Iota (University of Denver) 1967 have spent decades serving their communities and their country.
Business of Show Business
Award-winning producers and directors Marty Callner, Alpha Iota (University of Kentucky) 1968 and David Steinberg, Alpha Kappa (University of Wisconsin) 1967 share stories and advice from their 40+ years of experience in the entertainment industry with moderator and accomplished actor Bradley Steven Perry, Alpha Delta (University of Southern California) 2021.
Some Heroes Wear Capes and Some Wear ZBT Letters
The powerful story of brothers living the ZBT ritual by developing a strong friendship with an 8-year-old boy fighting cancer.
ZBTalk with Kyle Berkshire
Kyle Berkshire, Delta Iota (University of Central Florida) 2020 a World Long Drive competitor, currently ranked No. 1 in the world having won the Volvik World Long Drive Championship.
ZBTalk is a podcast series produced by the Zeta Beta Tau Foundation that highlights some of the many amazing stories about the brothers of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity.
So, who said there is no baseball?
Enjoy a panel of ZBT brothers sharing their experiences with professional baseball. Each brother is involved with the game in a different capacity with amazing stories to share.
Jay D. Stein, Alpha Omicron (University of Arizona) 1986, President of Sand Capital & Sandor Development and part-owner of the Colorado Rockies, Commercial Real Estate Developer
Michael P. Epstein, Alpha Eta (University of California-Berkeley) 1965
Retired Major League Baseball Player, Olympic Gold Medalist & World Series Champion
Howard C. Pizer, Alpha Kappa (University of Wisconsin) 1963
Senior Executive Vice President Chicago White Sox
Bryce W. Starner, Alpha Psi (Pennsylvania State University) 2019
Baseball Operations Fellow Baltimore Orioles.