DocuSign chairman Keith Krach has had a longstanding association with the Sigma Chi Fraternity, an international organization with more than 300,000 lifetime members and 244 chapters. He joined Sigma Chi’s Delta Delta chapter as an undergraduate at Purdue University and has remained meaningfully involved, giving back to an organization that has given him so much. Krach credits the close ties to his fraternity brothers, the focus on values-based living, and the leadership opportunities he experienced, as key in his personal development and the foundation of both his business success and true north compass. Krach ultimately had the honor to serve as Sigma Chi’s International President, but his lifelong love of the fraternity has spanned many roles and honors.
As an undergraduate at Purdue, Krach was elected to serve two terms as Consul (chapter president) and as Magister (pledge trainer). He was awarded the Delta Delta Scholarship for having the highest Grade Point Average 6 semesters in a row. In 1979, Krach received The International Balfour Award which is the Fraternity’s highest undergraduate honor. It is given to the one outstanding graduating senior who best exemplifies the Fraternity’s values through leadership, scholarship, chapter and community service.
As an alum, Krach served the Fraternity in a number of capacities: Grand Consul; Grand Pro Consul; Chairman of the Leadership Training Board (LTB) for 6 years and LTB board member for 10 years; Workshop Faculty for over 20 years; Undergraduate Representative on the Executive Committee; Board of Governors for the Foundation. In 1997, Krach was inducted into Sigma Chi’s Order of Constantine, a select group of members chosen for their extraordinary commitment and involvement with the organization. That same year he was honored with the Significant Sig award in recognition of his distinguished business career. In 2005, Krach was inducted into the Sigma Chi Hall of Fame.