2022 Executive Board

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President - Doug Campbell
Chapter Affiliation - Alpha Tau Omega

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

Doug Campbell is a junior from Radnor, PA pursuing a degree in Management Information Systems. Prior to serving as IFC President, Doug was president of his chapter. Doug's overarching goal for his term is to strengthen relationships between the IFC board and all of its stakeholders. Doug believes that the IFC board can be a huge asset for assisting chapters and fostering a community full of unity, philanthropy, safety, growth, and leadership.

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Executive Vice President - Jake McKeown
Chapter Affiliation- Acacia

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

Jake is a junior from Bucks County Pennsylvania, pursuing a Marketing degree in the Smeal College of Business. Prior to being elected as EVP, he served as the chapter President at Acacia, as well as being on the rush committee. As the Executive Vice President, Jake plans to serve as an advocate for chapters, but also the Greek Community as a whole by improving communication and transparency with University Stakeholders. He also plans to improve and update the IFC bylaws to best serve the needs of the community, as well as assist chapters with risk management practices.

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Administrative Vice President - Jake Landmesser
Chapter Affiliation -  Sigma Phi Epsilon

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

Jake Landmesser is a junior from Skippack, Pennsylvania and is pursuing a degree in finance.  Prior to serving as the Administrative Vice President, Jake served as the president of his chapter.  As the AVP, Jake plans to make the IFC more accessible and helpful for both its affiliated chapters and the Penn State community at large. Additionally, Jake wants to be a resource for all of the Penn State greek community and lead the IFC to a well organized year

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VP For Communications - Andrew Richardson

Chapter Affiliation -  Phi Kappa Theta

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

Andrew Richardson is a junior from Charlottesville, Virginia and is pursuing a degree in Telecommunications.  Prior to serving as the VP of Communications, Andrew served as his chapters secretary and on his fraternities national undergraduate advisory committee.  As the VP of Communications, Andrew wants to highlight and grow awareness of the positive impacts Greek life has on the Penn State and surrounding community.

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VP For Standards  - Kyle Quinn

Chapter Affiliation - Delta Upsilon

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.


Kyle Quinn is a sophomore from Montville, New Jersey pursuing an Industrial Engineering degree and the Smeal Business Certificate. As well as working in the IFC, Kyle is the current Vice President of External Relations for his chapter. Additionally, Kyle is an At-Large Representative in the UPUA, Penn State's student government. While serving as the VP of Standards, Kyle plans to help fraternities through the disciplinary process to ensure each unique case receives a fair and reasonable decision. Furthermore, Kyle hopes to help the IFC highlight the many positive aspects of our fraternities at Penn State.

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VP For Accreditation - Louis Magliaro

Chapter Affiliation - Phi Kappa Psi

The Vice President for Accreditation serves as the judiciary branch of the IFC. They hold all IFC Chapters accountable to the University Standards for all fraternities.

Louis Magliaro is from Florham Park, New Jersey and currently a third year student at Penn State. Louis is pursuing a degree in Hospitality Management with a minor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Within his chapter of Phi Kappa Psi, Louis was the head risk manager, recording secretary, and THON online fundrasisng chair. Louis' goals while being on the IFC Executive Board are to collaborate with his peers and create an environment that shines positive light on the Penn State greek life community.

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VP For Health and Safety - Ben Caputo

Chapter Affiliation - Tau Kappa Epsilon

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

Ben Caputo is a sophomore from Baltimore, Maryland pursuing a degree in mechanical engineering.  Within his chapter, Ben is currently THON family relations chair.  As VP of Health and Safety, Ben hopes to help maintain a fun yet safe Greek community while promoting healthy physical and mental habits within fraternities.

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VP For New Membership - Blake Martin
Chapter Affiliation - Phi Sigma Kappa

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

Blake Martin is a senior from Shippensburg, Pennsylvania pursuing degrees in Corporate Innovation and Entrepreneurship and Spanish.  Prior to serving as VP for New Membership Blake was his chapters president, social chair, and executive risk manager.  As VP of New Membership, Blake plans to provide an original and safe recruitment process , assist chapters with recruitment and new member processes, and fostering reputable greek growth among all chapters.

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VP For Community Development  - Dylan Homann
Chapter Affiliation - Acacia

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


Dylan Homann is currently a junior at Penn State, pursuing a marketing degree in the Smeal College Of Business. Dylan is from Southampton, Pennsylvania and a member of Acacia Fraternity, where he formerly served as the risk manager. As VP for Community Development, Dylan hopes to strengthen the relationship between the community of State College and the Fraternities that reside within it to ensure a future where Greek life can continue to operate.

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VP For Community Relations - Patrick Excellent 
Chapter Affiliation - Alpha Tau Omega
The Vice President for Community Relations acts as the primary liaison between the IFC community and the greater Borough of State College.

Patrick Excellent is a junior from Port-au-Prince, Haiti pursuing a degree in Supply Chain Management with a minor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation.  Additionally, Patrick is in the Schreyers Honors College. Before taking on this role Patrick served as his chapter’s Risk Manager. As VP of Community Relations, Patrick hopes to work with all chapters to promote conveying all the great things they do to the community as well as how important those community relationships are. Patrick also hopes to work with all stakeholders and chapters to foster those relationships and leave them better than he found them.
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VP For Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion - Moises Hernandez
Chapter Affiliation - Theta Delta Chi

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


Moises Hernandez is a junior from Long Island, New York. He is currently pursuing a degree in Biobehavioral Health with a minor in Spanish language and linguistics. Prior to joining the IFC executive board, Moises served as his chapter's overall social chair and THON special events chair. As VP of DEI, Moises plans on strengthening relations with all Greek councils in order to develop a more equitable environment for all prospective and current members.