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Executive Leadership

Jason Hoyt

President & Chief Operating Officer
E-mail: jasonhoyt@betaupsilonchi.org


Jason HoytJason Hoyt currently serves as the President & Chief Operating Officer of BYX as of the Fall 2004. His heart beats to serve the men of BYX to further their brotherhood and unity amongst each other and help create an environment within BYX that fosters deeper relationships with Jesus Christ. Jason spent four years in the BYX brotherhood in college and served in leadership for two years. Jason is a 2000 graduate of the Mays school of Business at Texas A&M and has spent time working in corporate finance and accounting before coming to work for BYX. Jason graduated from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in December 2009 with a Masters of Christian Education. He married Ashley in 2003 and they have one daughter: Addison Grace, and two sons: James Wesley and Joshua Brodie. They currently live in Keller, Texas and have been actively serving at The Village Church since 2003.

 

Brian Lee

National Director & Chief Development Officer
E-mail: brianlee@betaupsilonchi.org

Brian Lee is our Chief Development Officer. His primary role will be to oversee the process of expanding BYX by establishing new chapters on campuses throughout the nation. Brian has had the privilege of starting various organizations including a charter school for inner city kids, a Christian summer camp, and a student organization/ministry that now involves more than 2,000 students each year. He was involved in BYX from 1999-2002 and served in leadership roles of President & Chaplain. He graduated from Texas A&M in 2002 and received a Masters Degree in Counseling from Prarie View A&M in 2009. Brian married Stephanie in 2002. They have two daughters, Jada (6) and Kiva (3) as well as a one year old son named Judson. They currently live in Bryan, Tx and are deeply connected and committed to their local church and community. BYX has significantly impacted his life and he is eager for more men across the country to have access to a BYX chapter on their respective campuses.