2021 Executive Board
President - Greg McNicholas
Chapter Affiliation - Phi Kappa Psi
The President oversees all operations of the Interfraternity Council Executive Board, and supervises the entire IFC community.
Greg McNicholas is a senior from Villanova, PA and is pursuing a degree in Accounting. Prior to serving as the IFC President, Greg served as the president of his chapter. Greg’s goal for the upcoming year is to foster a unified, safe, and enjoyable Greek experience that positively impacts the entire Penn State community while improving upon relationships with all stakeholders. As the 2021 IFC President, Greg hopes to continue to advocate for Greek Life while promoting transparency and accountability on
Executive Vice President - Mackenzie Dominick
Chapter Affiliation- Phi Kappa Sigma
The Executive Vice President works closely with the Chapter Presidents to help manage chapter operations and concentrate on risk management.
Mackenzie Dominick is a senior from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and is pursuing a degree in Industrial Engineering. Prior to serving as the Executive Vice President, Mackenzie served as the President of his chapter. As the Executive Vice President, Mackenzie plans to improve relationships with all University Stakeholders to ensure the most open and honest lines of communication, as well as redraft IFC bylaws to better suit the needs and structure of the new IFC Executive Board and the Greek community as a whole.
Administrative Vice President - Chris Crimi
Chapter Affiliation - Phi Gamma Delta
The Administrative Vice President serves as the Chief Financial Officer of the IFC.
Chris Crimi is a senior from New City, New York and is pursuing a degree in Finance. Prior to serving as the Administrative Vice President, Chris served as the Treasurer of his chapter. As the AVP, Chris plans to make the IFC more accessible and helpful for both its affiliated chapters and the Penn State community at large. Additionally, he is aiming to establish impactful professional development and networking opportunities for fraternity members.
VP For Communications - Timothy Echeverria
Chapter Affiliation - Phi Kappa Theta
The Vice President for Communications directs all internal and external communications for the IFC.
Timothy Echeverria is a senior from Newtown, Connecticut and is pursuing a degree in Public Relations. Prior to serving as the VP For Communications, Timothy served as head recruitment chair of his chapter. As the VP For Communications, Timothy plans to enhance public awareness of the positive impacts of Greek life and improve the current media presence of Penn State fraternities.
VP For Standards - Noah Rothenberger
Chapter Affiliation - Phi Gamma Delta
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.
Noah Rothenberger is a senior from Reading, PA and is pursuing a degree in Supply Chain and Information Systems with a minor in the Legal Environment of Business. Prior to serving as the VP of Standards, Noah served as the President of the Gamma Phi Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta. As VP for Standards, Noah plans to assist chapters in individual Judicial Processes, increase accountability across the board of Greek Life, and consult with various organizations to improve the fraternity experience.
VP For Accreditation - Michael Wegener
Chapter Affiliation - Theta Delta Chi
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.
Michael Wegener is a Senior from Marlboro, New Jersey and is pursuing a degree in Economics. Prior to serving as the VP of Accreditation, Michael served as the chapter president of Theta Delta Chi. As the VP of Accreditation, Michael plans to help individual chapters succeed with the Standards of Excellence.
VP For Health and Safety - Pete Wright
Chapter Affiliation - Tau Kappa Epsilon
The Vice President for Civic Responsibility looks after member wellness by tackling issues of hazing, sexual assault, substance abuse, and mental health.
J. Peter Wright is a senior from Horsham, Pennsylvania and is pursuing a degree in Political Science. Prior to serving as the VP for Health and Safety, Peter served as the Philanthropy Chair of his chapter. As the VP for Health and Safety, Peter plans to promote a fun but safe Greek experience through equipping chapters with the proper tools and certifications to maintain a healthy environment.
VP For New Membership - Nick Russo
Chapter Affiliation - Phi Kappa Psi
The Vice President for New Membership conducts the recruitment process for the IFC. Following recruitment, he then oversees all New Member Education.
Nick Russo is a senior from Douglassville, PA pursuing a degree in Security and Risk Analysis. Prior to becoming VP of New Membership, Nick served as the IFC Director of New Member Education and was also a recruitment chair for his chapter. As the VP of New Membership, Nick plans to encourage the growth of greek life at Penn State while also maintaining a safe environment for recruitment. His plans also involve continuing the process of expanding the role of New Membership through tackling the biggest issues with Penn State Greek Life, while also encouraging our newest members to make a positive and lasting impact in the Greek community and at Penn State.
VP For Community Development - Nathan Walsh
Chapter Affiliation - Acacia
The Vice President for Community Development oversees all Philanthropy, Community Service, and Sustainability within the IFC community.
Nathan Walsh is a senior Economics major from Howard County, Maryland. Prior to being the VP for Community Development, Nathan served as the co-social chair and assistant rush chair of his chapter. Nathan hopes to build a culture of altruism throughout all chapters, by increasing local service operations and philanthropies. Nathan also hopes to expand knowledge of and participation in sustainable practices to decrease wasteful behaviors in all of our chapters. Nathan steps into the position with a desire to positively impact the Greek community of Penn State, and inspire younger members to do the same.
VP For Community Relations - Michael Stumpo
Chapter Affiliation - Sigma Phi Epsilon
The Vice President for Community Relations acts as the primary liaison between the IFC community and the greater Borough of State College.
Mike Stumpo is a senior from Fairless Hills, PA and is currently pursuing a degree in business management with a minor in economics. Prior to being the VP for Community Relations, he served as the chapter president of Sigma Phi Epsilon. As VP for Community Relations Mike plans to work with all the external stakeholders and represent all chapters of the Interfraternity Council and their interests.
VP For Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion - Samuel Dikeumunna
Chapter Affiliation - Phi Sigma Kappa
The Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion serves to evaluate the current initiatives in the Greek Community through education, events, and accountability measures.
Spc. Dikeumunna is a senior studying Geosciences and Business Administration and is currently a Combat Engineer in the United States Army under the 411th Eng Brigade. One of his hobbies is traveling and experiencing different cultures, languages and traditions.
Spc. Dikeumunna plans to hold a diversity summit this semester where executive boards of fraternities learn approaches to ensure people of all races and religions can feel safe and included at events and other social activities. He aims to collaborate with groups such as the Penn Anti-Violence Educators, the LGBT Center, and Gender Equity Center to plan programs and events.
He is committed to fostering an environment free from sexual or gender-based harassment, racial discrimination or misconduct.