The most sought after service award of Tau Epsilon Phi is the Michael C. C. Lilienfeld Distinguished Alumnus Award. This distinction is based strictly on extraordinary service to Tau Epsilon Phi or its chapters over a meaningful period of time. The 2011 Lilienfeld Award was presented to Nathaniel James Broughty of the ΦΧ Chapter at Tau Epsilon Phi’s Oct 22nd awards banquet.
Nathaniel spearheaded the change of leadership at the national level of Tau Epsilon Phi and was a signatory in the settlement with the former board of directors of TEP.
Nathaniel has served on other not-for-profit boards and was Chancellor of the Phi Chi Chapter at the City College of New York. He currently holds the positions on both the Phi Chi Alumni Club and on the Grand Council of Tau Epsilon Phi as an Alumnus Member-at-Large.
Nathaniel Broughty is a Public Safety Sergeant for the City University of New York Campus Police. He is a management professional with responsibility for budgeting, crime statistics, investigations, and security management, and has been recognized for revolutionizing administrative procedures, increasing efficiency, and delivering outstanding results.
Nathaniel Broughty (center) receives Lilienfeld Award from Vice-Consul Marc Tolman (left) and Consul Lane Koplon (right). Photo by Alexie Cruz.