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2023-2024 IFC Executive Board

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Jesse Kolb - Sigma Alpha Epsilon

President - The President oversees all operations of the Interfraternity Council Executive Board, and supervises the entire IFC community. ​

Jesse Kolb is a Junior from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania pursuing an Actuarial Science degree. Before becoming IFC President, Jesse served as Sigma Alpha Epsilon's president. Outside of Greek Life, Jesse is involved with the Actuarial Science Club. As President, his goal is to repair broken relationships, increase presence in the community through multiple mediums, and update the Standards of Excellence System.

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Jesse Kolb is a Junior from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania pursuing an Actuarial Science degree. Before becoming IFC President, Jesse served as Sigma Alpha Epsilon's president. Outside of Greek Life, Jesse is involved with the Actuarial Science Club. As President, his goal is to repair broken relationships, increase presence in the community through multiple mediums, and update the Standards of Excellence System.

Jesse Kolb is a Junior from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania pursuing an Actuarial Science degree. Before becoming IFC President, Jesse served as Sigma Alpha Epsilon's president. Outside of Greek Life, Jesse is involved with the Actuarial Science Club. As President, his goal is to repair broken relationships, increase presence in the community through multiple mediums, and update the Standards of Excellence System.

Jesse Kolb is a Junior from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania pursuing an Actuarial Science degree. Before becoming IFC President, Jesse served as Sigma Alpha Epsilon's president. Outside of Greek Life, Jesse is involved with the Actuarial Science Club. As President, his goal is to repair broken relationships, increase presence in the community through multiple mediums, and update the Standards of Excellence System.

Ryan Sorbo - Phi Kappa Tau

Executive Vice President - The Executive Vice President works closely with the Chapter Presidents to help manage chapter operations and concentrate on risk management.

Ryan Sorbo is a Junior from Wilton, Connecticut pursuing a degree in Health Policy and Administration with a minor in Economics. Before becoming the IFC EVP, he was the secretary, THON Fundraising Chair, and THON Family Relations Chair for Phi Kappa Tau. Outside of Greek Life, Ryan is a member of the College of Health and Human Development Society, College of HHD Academic Integrity Standards Board, President of HPA Club, and HPA writing tutor and peer mentor. Ryan's goal for the year are to expand his position by supporting the other IFC executives and assisting the Vice President of Standards with revitalizing the Standards Board.

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Sam Underwood - Sigma Pi

Administrative Vice President - The Administrative Vice President serves as the Chief Financial Officer of the IFC.

Sam Underwood is a Junior from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania pursuing a Master's Degree in Accounting. Before becoming the AVP, Sam served as Treasure of his chapter, Sigma Pi. His plan for the year is to budget and spend money efficiently in a way that best supports all fraternities.

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Matt Kuzmich - Alpha Sigma Phi

Vice President for Communications - The Vice President for Communications directs all internal and external communications for the IFC.

Matt Kuzmich is a Junior from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and is pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering. Matt had previously served as the Philanthropy Chair for his chapter, Alpha Sigma Phi. Also, he is currently involved with THON and his chapter's philanthropy. As the Vice President of Communications, Matt's goal is to provide more transparency for the chapters and better the relationships between Greek Life and the community.

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Andrew Shavinsky - Phi Sigma Kappa

Vice President for Standards - The Vice President for Standards serves as the judiciary branch of the IFC. They hold all IFC chapters accountable to the organization’s bylaws and standards process.

Andrew Shavinsky is a Junior from Fairfield, Connecticut pursuing a degree in Biology. Andrew previously held President, Risk, and Rush and other smaller positions in his fraternity, Phi Sigma Kappa. In his position, he plans to work with chapter leaders to ensure all chapters are in accordance with the IFC bylaws as well as work to create a community of mutual respect by offering conflict-resolution meetings for chapters that may have issues with other chapters.

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Chris Clark - Delta Upsilon

Vice President for Chapter Development - The Vice President for Chapter Development oversees the growth of chapters within the IFC. They hold all IFC Chapters accountable to the University Standards for all fraternities.

Chris Clark is a Junior from Nazareth, Pennsylvania pursuing a degree in Management Information Systems. Before being elected into his position, Chris served as an At-Large Representative for the UPUA. Currently, Chris also serves as Delta Upsilon's Assistant Finance Chair while being a part of the judicial board as well. As VP of Chapter Development, Clark looks forward to helping improve each one of our chapters by using Standards of Excellence and opening communication on how we can support them. Another main topic he would want to go after is improving the sustainability within each chapter.

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Ryan Zimmerman - Phi Kappa Tau

Vice President for Health and Safety - The Vice President for Health and Safety looks after member wellness by tackling issues of hazing, sexual assault, substance abuse, and mental health.

Ryan Zimmerman is a Junior from Horsham, Pennsylvania majoring in Aerospace Engineering. Before being elected into his position, he served as Phi Kappa Tau's secondary THON chair. As VP of Health and Safety, Zimmerman plans to promote a safer environment in state college and to provide resources to look after our brotherhoods.

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Vice President for New Membership - The Vice President for New Membership conducts the recruitment process for the IFC. Following recruitment, he then oversees all New Member Education.

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Ryan Schoenemann - Sigma Pi

Vice President for Community Development - The Vice President for Community Development oversees all Philanthropy, Community Service, and Sustainability within the IFC community.

Ryan Schoenemann is a Junior from Langhorne, Pennsylvania pursuing a degree in Supply Chain. Before being elected to his position, Ryan served as Recruitment Chair for the past two semesters then had become Sigma Pi's Donor Drive Chair for THON. As VP of Community Development, Ryan plans to continue to build a stronger bond between the fraternities and sororities through events that attract their interest. Also, he plans to strengthen relations between the State College community and the IFC by providing everlasting support and interactive events.

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Jackson Edwards - Sigma Alpha Epsilon

Vice President for Community Relations - The Vice President for Community Relations acts as the primary liaison between the IFC community and the greater Borough of State College.

Jackson Edwards is a Junior from State College, Pennsylvania pursuing a degree in Business Management. Before being elected to his position, Jackson served as Sigma Alpha Epsilon's External Vice President. As VP of Community Relations, Jackson plans to bring the Greek community and the local community closer together.

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Sid Astrachan - Delta Upsilon

Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion - The Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion serves to evaluate the current initiatives in the Greek Community through education, events, and accountability measures.

Sid Astrachan is a Sophomore from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania pursuing a degree in Marketing. Before being elected into his position, Sid begun his role as Vice President of Hillel and involved himself with his chapter Delta Upsilon. As the Vice Present of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Sid plans to start a diversity in Greek Life club, as well as ensure that all feel welcome in their organization.

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