|President||Dan Combs||Phi Kappa Psifirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Executive Vice President||Khadyon Reid||Alpha Tau Omegaemail@example.com|
|Administrative VP||Rick Groves||Alpha Kappa Lambdafirstname.lastname@example.org|
|VP for Communications||Chris Burnside||Phi Kappa Tauemail@example.com|
|VP for Risk Management Education||Matt Fortunato||Kappa Delta Rhofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|VP for Risk Management Relations||Dan Posner||Sigma Alpha Muemail@example.com|
|VP for Standards||Kevin Muldoon||Phi Kappa Taufirstname.lastname@example.org|
|VP for Standards||John McCarty||Pi Kappa Alphaemail@example.com|
|VP for Chapter Development||Scott Foreman||Theta Delta Chifirstname.lastname@example.org|
|VP for Sustainability||Keith Taylor||Phi Kappa Sigmaemail@example.com|
|VP for Programming||Brian Reil||Phi Kappa Psifirstname.lastname@example.org|
|VP for Recruitment||Ethan Ostroff||Sigma Chiemail@example.com|
|VP for Community Outreach||Garuth Acharya||Phi Gamma Deltafirstname.lastname@example.org|
Dan Combs is a junior from Allentown, Pennsylvania studying Chemical Engineering and minoring in Spanish. Dan served on the IFC Executive Board this past year as the Administrative Vice President, and has also held a number of positions within his own fraternity, Phi Kappa Psi. Apart from school, IFC, and fraternity activities, Dan conducts research in the Millenium Science Complex on campus where he studies the effects of lubricants on metal surfaces. He also enjoys exercising regularly and spending time with his girlfriend. Dan has a number of inintiatives for the IFC this year, including addressing risk management practices and updating the IFC bylaws.
Khadyon Reid is currently a Junior pursuing a Management Information Systems degree with a minor in Economics and Spanish. He is originally from Brooklyn, New York but, attended high school in Atlanta, Georgia. He is a member of the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity and prior to becoming the Executive Vice President of the Penn State interfraternity Council, he served as Philanthropy Chair, Social Chair, Rush Chair, and Vice President of his chapter. He has held various other positions in the Greek community including Greek sing captain and served on the 2013 IFC Executive board as the Vice President for Sustainability. Khadyon is also currently on the UPUA Executive board serving as the Executive Director of Diversity. In his free time, Khadyon enjoys working out and dabbling in the stock market.
Rick Groves is a junior pursuing an Accounting degree with a minor in The Legal Environment of Business. He resides in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and is a member of Delta Tau Delta fraternity. Rick has held a number of positions within Delta Tau Delta, including both Treasurer and Academic chair. He also serves as an ad-hoc member on the Nittany Co-Op Board of Directors. In his free time, Rick enjoys following current events and skiing.
Chris Burnside is a junior from Quaktertown, Pennsylvania studying Secondary Education and minoring in Military Studies. Prior to his appointment as Vice President for Communications, Chris held multiple positions within his fraternity, Phi Kappa Tau, his most prominent being Chapter President. Beyond his work within the Greek Community, Chris is an Army ROTC Cadet and plans to serve his country upon graduation. In his free time Chris enjoys spending time with his girlfriend, exercising, and the outdoors. During his term Chris plans to promote the positive aspects of Greek life to the community and serve as productive member of the IFC Executive Board.
Matthew Fortunato, is a junior currently studying nutrition. He is from Long Island New York, and a member of Kappa Delta Rho Fraternity. Matt has held many positions in his house, but his most prominent one was president. Along with being a student here at Penn State, he is also a member of the Army National Guard. Matt plans to become a physicians assistant in the Army once he graduates. In his spare time he enjoys working out and shooting firearms. Matt was the recipient of the Living the Ritual Award at the Greek Column Awards. He has many plans for the upcoming year, and looks forward to being a useful resource for all chapters.
Daniel is a Supply Chain and Information Systems major and an Information Systems Minor looking to build a career in the field of Database Sales Consulting. He is a former President and proud brother of Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity. As the Vice President for Risk Management relations he looks to take what he learned about managing risk-heavy relationships from his days as President of his chapter and using those skills to improve those relationships for all chapters.
Kevin Muldoon is a junior from Ridgewood, New Jersey currently enrolled in the Smeal College of Business majoring in Supply Chain Management with a minor in Information Systems Management. He is a brother of the Phi Kappa Tau fraternity, where he has held multiple positions, including Rush Chairman, Greek Sing Chairman, and Risk Manager. Outside of his house, Kevin has been heavily involved in Greek Life by serving on the Penn State IFC Risk Management Committee and as a 2013 Greek Week OPP Captain. In his spare time, Kevin enjoys playing sports and hanging out with friends and family. He looks forward to help strengthen the Greek community in the upcoming year.
John McCarty is currently pursuing a degree in Energy Business & Finance, with a minor in Political Science and expects to graduate in May of 2015. He is a member of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity, where he served as Vice President, Social Chair, THON Chair, and as a member of the Judicial Board. Prior to becoming the Vice President for Standards of the Interfraternity Council, John served on the Risk Management Committee. Born and raised just outside of Pittsburgh, John is an avid football, hockey, and baseball fan. He also enjoys skiing, golfing, and has plans of attending law school upon graduation from Penn State.
Scott Foreman is a junior from Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania. He is currently studying Economics with a minor is business. Last year Scott served as the President of Theta Delta Chi which gave him the opportunity to have a position on the Interfraternity Council. This year, as Vice President of Chapter Development, he has many goals for the Fraternities to limit and address internal issues in each chapter and boost participation and member education. He also looks forward to working with each fraternity and being a vital resource to Fraternity Presidents.
Keith Taylor is a junior from Woodridge, Illinois. He is double majoring in Agricultural Science and International Politics with a minor in Horticulture and hopes to work with sustainable food systems and global food security in the future. As a brother of Phi Kappa Sigma (aka Skulls), Keith has been Recruitment Chair and President. In addition to his involvement in his fraternity, Keith has part of many other activities. He was a participant in Leadership JumpStart, a project facilitator at New Leaf Initiative, a manager for the Lady Lions Basketball team, a Rules & Regulations Captain for Greek Sing, and a Greek Recruitment & Involvement Captain for Relay For Life. As VP for Sustainability Keith hopes to seamlessly merge concepts of sustainability into fraternity life.
Brian Reil is a junior from Princeton Junction, New Jersey studying Supply Chain and Information Systems with an International Business minor. Before his appointment to the Interfraternity Council, he served as Phi Kappa Psi’s Community Service/Philanthropy Chair and Corresponding Secretary. In addition, Brian served on UPUA as the IFC Representative, the Interfraternity Council Programming Committee, and continues to guide prospective student tours through Penn State Lion Scouts. Brian hopes to increase overall Greek involvement through various programs that enable the Interfraternity Council, and it’s member chapters, to give back to the State College and University Park communities.
Ethan Ostroff is a junior majoring in Advertising. He is from Gladwyne, PA and expects to graduate in May of 2015. Prior to being appointed to the Interfraternity Council, Ethan Served as Sigma Chi’s Recruitment chair In the Fall of 2013 and the Spring of 2013. Ethan’s goal is to increase the awareness and positive exposure of going Greek to the Penn State community and to Aid the continual growth of all fraternities. In his free time, Ethan enjoys working out and watching sports.
Garuth Acharya from State College PA, is a senior majoring in Nuclear & Mechanical Engineering with minors in Political Science and History. He is a member of Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity. Prior to the Exec Board, he served as the IFC Representative to UPUA and was a member of the IFC Judicial Board. Outside Greek Life, Garuth is a Lion Scout and enjoys giving prospective student tours. He is the Chief Justice of the UPUA Board of Arbitration. Upon graduating, Garuth plans on going to grad school to earn a doctoral degree in nuclear engineering and eventually becoming a diplomat. He looks forward to strengthening the relationship between Fraternities and the local community.