Name: Ian Snyder

Position: President

Year in school: Junior

Hometown: Tigard, OR

Chapter Affiliation: Delta Upsilon

Why Oregon State? So I could fulfill my lifelong dream of designing air conditioners.

Why IFC? Fraternity and Sorority Life has given me countless opportunities for personal growth and I want to make sure future members have the same chances I did.

Fun Fact: I didn’t even want to go through recruitment as a Freshman… Yet here I am.

 

Name: Jack Urness

Position: Executive Vice President

Year in school: 3rd Year

Hometown: Portland, OR

Chapter Affiliation: Phi Gamma Delta (Fiji)

Why Oregon State? To become an Engineer

Why IFC? My fraternity is the best thing that has happened to me. Would feel wrong to not give back in every way I can.

Fun Fact: I have more fingers than the mean person in the US.

 

Name: Evan Hayes

Position: Vice President Judicial Affairs

Year in school: Senior

Hometown: Edmonds, Washington

Chapter Affiliation: Alpha Tau Omega

Why Oregon State? There was a course for designing Hybrid / Electric vehicles in their ECE program, and that’s my dream job.

Why IFC? I wanted a nice quarter zip

Fun Fact: You have the highest chance of finding me at the OSU gym.

 

Name: Tobias Schenck

Position: Vice President of Risk Management

Year in school: Junior

Hometown: Santa Clara, California

Chapter Affiliation: Tau Kappa Epsilon

Why Oregon State? I lived in California for all of my life and felt like it was time for a change of scenery. Oregon State felt like the best fit because I didn’t want to end up in a large city for another four years.

Why IFC? I became the president of my chapter as a sophomore and didn’t want to be a two term president. I also wanted to continue to work with the council and community as a whole to bring about positive changes that will benefit the greater Corvallis community.

Fun Fact: I enjoy puzzles.

 

Name: Brandon Kerr

Position: Vice President of Programming

Year in school: Junior

Hometown: Stayton, Oregon

Chapter Affiliation: Sigma Phi Epsilon

Why Oregon State? My father and older brother attended Oregon State and it was the perfect distance from home that I could be on my own, but still visit home occasionally.

Why IFC? I enjoyed planning events for my fraternity as VP of Programming and wanted to continue to do so while staying involved in the greater community.

Fun Fact: My family is widely involved in the hop industry, including growing and processing hops for big names such as Anheuser-Busch.

 

Name: Kevin Hanna

Position: Vice President of Recruitment Marketing

Year in school: 4th year

Hometown: Lodi, California

Chapter Affiliation: Alpha Tau Omega

Why Oregon State? I’ve always wanted to go to Oregon State since I was a kid. I also wanted to get out of California and have new experiences. I definitely made the right choice picking Oregon State.

Why IFC? I really want to help make a difference in the IFC community and help change stereotypes of fraternities and sororities. Taking on the recruitment marketing position I now have the chance to help promote sorority and fraternity life to incoming students and help chapters recruit quality members.

Fun Fact: I’m a huge baseball fan and my favorite team is the Boston Red Sox. If I could, I would watch baseball all day long.

 

Name: Jordan Pascua

Position: Vice President of Recruitment Programming

Year in school: Junior

Hometown: Ewa Beach, Hawaii

Chapter Affiliation: Phi Gamma Delta

Why Oregon State? I chose Oregon State because it was far enough from home to get a new experience and perspective but I would be able to still visit my family during breaks!

Why IFC? From the moment I joined my chapter I knew I wanted to make a bigger impact on the fraternity and sorority community as a whole. I knew my way to do this was to become a leader on IFC. Recruitment is the most important part of fraternity and sorority life because it shapes the future of all chapter and the community at large, I want to help chapters find their best members.

Fun Fact: I’ve surfed at the world famous Pipeline on the North Shore of Oahu. (The island I live on)

 

Name: Philip Harman

Position: Vice President of Community Service and Philanthropy

Year in school: 3rd Year

Hometown: Philomath, Oregon

Chapter Affiliation: Sigma Phi Epsilon

Why Oregon State? Engineering and the consistent warm, sunny days.

Why IFC? Being comprised of several thousand individuals, the OSU fraternity and sorority community has near limitless potential to make a positive impact. We are a collection of gifted, compassionate people, and it is my goal to channel that capacity to make the world a better place one step at a time.

Fun Fact: I joined the band for one term in high school and picked up the sax. All I really learned how to play was Thrift Shop and Careless Whisper.

 

Name: Andrew Yoon

Position: VP of Scholarship

Year in school: Junior

Hometown: Portland, OR

Chapter Affiliation: Delta Upsilon

Why Oregon State? It was an in-state university that focused on everything I was looking for as a premedical student. With much of the focus on STEM, coming to Oregon State was a great way to prepare myself for medical school.

Why IFC? Having benefited so much from being in a fraternity, I felt it was my turn to give back and serve the community. I ran for Scholarship because it’s been my strength, and it was the most appropriate way I could really help and transform the fraternity and sorority community.

Fun Fact: I’m a lifelong Blazers fan. Basketball is hands down my favorite sport, and I could easily spend hours playing the game.

 

Name: Evan Davis

Position: VP Finance and Administration

Year in school: Junior

Hometown: Tigard, OR

Chapter Affiliation: Lambda Chi Alpha

Why Oregon State? I wanted an in-state science and engineering program that would prepare me for medical school.

Why IFC? Serving as an officer in my own chapter has greatly improved my fraternal experience and I knew that being able to serve the large IFC community would only elevate that.

Fun Fact: I play mostly single player video games and strive to unlock 100% of the achievements. Achiever is my number one theme according to Gallup Strengthsfinder.  

 

Name: Marcus Beals

Position: VP of Public Relations and Marketing

Year in school: 2nd year

Hometown: Eugene, OR

Chapter Affiliation: Sigma Pi

Why Oregon State? As much as I loved the Ducks growing up (I still do), I had to get out of my hometown and after seeing my brother go to school here I absolutely loved it.

Why IFC? I currently hold an executive position in my fraternity chapter but I knew I wanted to make a bigger impact on the community and IFC has given me the amazing opportunity to do just that. The general view in the media of Fraternity and Sorority Life is not the most positive and as a member who has had so many positive experiences I want to change that.

Fun Fact: I got in a kicked by a kangaroo in Australia (yes it hurt)