|Executive Vice President||Lorenzo Massaro||Alpha Tau Omegafirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Administrative VP||Dan Combs||Phi Kappa Psiemail@example.com|
|VP for Communications||Jordan Rolon||Alpha Gamma Rhofirstname.lastname@example.org|
|VP for Risk Management||Drew Sarangoulis||Sigma Piemail@example.com|
|VP for Standards||Pat Colicchio||Theta Delta Chifirstname.lastname@example.org|
|VP for Chapter Development||Kyle Rinda||Delta Upsilonemail@example.com|
|VP for Sustainability||Khadyon Reid||Alpha Tau Omegafirstname.lastname@example.org|
|VP for Programming||Kyle Kramer||Phi Kappa Tauemail@example.com|
|VP for Recruitment||Pat Adams||Theta Delta Chifirstname.lastname@example.org|
|VP for Community Outreach||Justin Laskowski||Zeta Psiemail@example.com|
Chip Ray is a senior currently enrolled in the College of Engineering pursuing a degree in Industrial Engineering with a Six Sigma minor and expecting to graduate in December of 2013. Before being elected to the Interfraternity Council, Chip was the President of Acacia. Besides President, he was also very involved in his chapter post initiation, serving as Risk Manager, Rush Chairmen, THON Chairmen and Greek Sing Chairmen. Chip values what he has learned from being a member of Greek life thus far and wishes to maintain the growth of the Greek Community at Penn State through his term. Upon graduating he would like to move back to his hometown of Meadville, Pa and work for his dad. Chip is the oldest of three children and like working out and cheering for his professional sports teams in his spare time.
Lorenzo Massaro, from Lower Merion Pennsylvania, is a senior studying Crime, Law, & Justice with a minor in Legal Studies. Lorenzo is a member of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. Prior to being elected Executive Vice President of the Penn State Inter Fraternity Council (IFC), Lorenzo held many positions within his chapter including, Vice President, THON chair, Pledge Master, Rush chair, Assistant Risk Management Chair, Social Chair and Judicial Board Member. Outside of his chapter Lorenzo has also been a leader within the Penn State Greek community; he has served as the Security Overall on the Greek Sing 2013 Executive committee, as communications captain/Greek liaison for THON 2013, and served on the IFC Judicial Board for 2 years. Prior to attending Penn State Lorenzo attended and graduated from Valley Forge Military College.
Dan Combs is a brother of Phi Kappa Psi. He is currently a sophomore in chemical engineering and is expecting to graduate in May of 2015. He has held many leadership roles in his fraternity, including serving as his house’s recruitment chair, sergeant at arms, and THON chair, among other positions. Dan exercises regularly and plays IM football, basketball, and soccer for his fraternity. He is also a member of AIChE, the American Institute for Chemical Engineers.
Jordan Rolon is a junior currently enrolled in the college of Health and Human Development, studying Recreation, Parks and Tourism Management with an option in Community and Commercial Recreation Management. Jordan is expected to graduate in the spring of 2014. Jordan is the youngest of two children, born and raised in Colmar, Pennsylvania. Before becoming Vice President of Communications for the Interfraternity Council, Jordan served his chapter of Alpha Gamma Rho as the Vice President of Recruitment and the Vice President of Planning. He also served as the Director of the 2011 Greek Week Benefit concert and was the 2012 Greek Week OPP Overall. Jordan appreciates all that Greek Life has taught him and looks forward to bettering Greek Life for all of its members. In his spare time he enjoys golfing and spending time with his friends.
Drew Sarangoulis is a junior, triple majoring in Criminology, Philosophy, and Sociology, with a minor in History. Drew is a member of the Sigma Pi fraternity and has held many positions within his chapter including: President, Philanthropy Chair, THON Chair, and Pledge Master. Additionally, Drew was a Greek Sing Captain, a representative for the Standards Advisory Committee, a member of the Order of Omega, a journalist for the Daily Collegian, and a volunteer for the Big Brothers Big Sisters Program. He intends to graduate May of 2014 and then would like to attend law school.
Pat is a junior currently enrolled in the College of Liberal Arts, majoring in History. Before being appointed to the Interfraternity Council Pat served as Social Chair of his fraternity, as well as a member of the IFC Judicial Board, and IFC Standards Review Committee. Pat is from Millburn, NJ and after graduation plans on attending Law School.
Kyle Rinda is a currently a junior, majoring in Industrial Engineering with a minor in Information Sciences and Technology. He is from Malvern, PA where he attended Great Valley High School. As a brother of Delta Upsilon, Kyle has served as VP for Recruitment, Homecoming Chair, and most recently as Chapter President in 2012. In addition, Kyle is a member of Order of Omega and was the recipient of the Outstanding New Member award at the 2010 Greek Column Awards. A lifelong Penn State fan, Kyle enjoys football Saturdays, going to the gym, and hanging out with friends and family.
Khadyon Reid is currently a sophomore pursuing an Enterprise Risk Management degree with a minor in International Business 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 Vice President for Sustainability, he served as Philanthropy Chair, Social Chair, Rush Chair, and is currently Vice President. He has also held various positions in the Greek community including Greek sing captain. In his free time, Khadyon enjoys working out and dabbling in the stock market.
Kyle Kramer is a junior majoring in Crime, Law and Justice. He is a member of Phi Kappa Tau originally from Lancaster, PA. Before being appointed to the Interfraternity Council, Kyle served as Social Chair, Recruitment chair and as THON chair for his fraternity. He also has served on both the Greek Week and Greek Sing Executive Committees, as well as the Interfraternity Councils Risk Management Committee. Outside of Greek Life, Kyle is a Penn State Lion Scout and enjoys giving prospective student tours.
Pat Adams is currently a junior enrolled in the Supply Chain and Information Systems program in the Smeal College of Business. He is from Hillsborough, NJ and expects to graduate in May of 2014. Prior to being elected to the Interfraternity Council, Pat served as Theta Delta Chi’s Recruitment Chair. Pat plans to increase Greek awareness in the Penn State community and to aid in the continual growth of all fraternities. In his free time, Pat enjoys playing sports and watching movies.
Justin Laskowski is currently a junior majoring in Philosophy in the College of Liberal Arts with a minor in Ethics. He is from Scranton, Pa and one of four children. As a brother at the Pi Sigma Chapter of Zeta Psi Fraternity, Justin has served as Risk Manager and currently serves as the Scholarship Chair. Before being appointed as the Vice President for Community Relations, Justin held the positions of Judicial Board Member and Associate Vice President for University Relations within the IFC. Presently, he is also the Chair of Student Life within the University Park Undergraduate Association and a Safety Officer in the Penn State Outing Club. Additionally, Justin is a member of the Order of Omega, an All-Greek Honors and Leadership Society, and Sigma Alpha Pi, the Society of Leadership and Success. In his free time, Justin enjoys hunting, rock climbing, and reading to the elderly. As the Vice President for Community Development, he plans to improve the image of Greek Life for the Penn State and State College communities. After graduation, Justin intends to enroll at the Dickinson School of Law to pursue a joint degree consisting of a Juris Doctorate and Master’s of International Affairs.