Steve Maslowski '05

Steve Maslowski graduated from Arizona State University in 2008 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Electrical Engineering and the University of Arizona with a Master’s in Business Administration in 2012. 

During his time at ASU, he was the Philanthropy Chair and Grand Treasurer for Rho Chapter, as well as a participant in Flag Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Softball, and Kickball Intramurals. 

Starting in 2008, Steve began working for Raytheon Missiles and Defense. At Raytheon, he has maintained multiple positions ranging from a Manufacturing Engineering, Electrical Engineer, Electrical Lead, and Integrated Product Team Lead, to his current position as a Program Manager. As a Program Manager Steve is responsible for project execution, business goals, and customer relationships. He is also responsible for developing, coaching, and mentoring his team through their career development and hiring for the department for professional and college candidates.

Steve resides in Tucson with his wife, Tiffany, and his newly born daughter, Vivienne. 

He currently serves as the Gamma-Rho Colony Alumnus Advisor and helps us review scholarship applications. Steve has also volunteered to support Gamma-Rho in the past on membership review panels and the Assistant Alumni Advisor (AAA) to the Grand Treasurer. It is important to note how difficult it is to find an advisor in Tucson and Steve “stepped up”. We are very grateful for his support.

“Kappa Sigma means many things and while the emphasis may change from year to year or month to month, the main thing Kappa Sigma has meant is the bond of brothers. I say that, because even though the challenges and obstacles change day to day, the bond that I formed with several brothers remains the same. It is one of those bonds where even though you might not have spoken, texted, or now zoomed in a long time, when you do see each other, you pick up like you haven’t missed a beat. While not a Gamma-Rho alumnus, I view all Kappa Sigmas the same and look forward to supporting and developing the next generation of KS’s at Gamma-Rho.”