Are you interested in getting involved with the Interfraternity Council?

Contact the IFC President at ifc.president@oregonstate.edu or contact any officer directly with the information provided below.

2018 IFC Executive Committee

Position Name  
President Jonathan Weinberg  
VP Administration (Finance and Administration) Spencer Gullickson  
VP Judicial Affairs Parker Simpson  
VP Risk Management Grant Meyer  
VP Scholarship Andy McSween  
VP Recruitment Marketing Harper Whitney  
VP Recruitment Programming Andrew Arreola  
VP Education and Leadership     Sam Jensen        
VP Community Service & Philanthropy Salvador Garcia  
VP Public Relations & Marketing Jacob Friedman

 

 

Name: Jon Weinberg

Position: President

Year in school: Junior

Hometown: Roseville, California

Why Oregon State?  I believe it would be difficult to find a more balanced campus between athletics, athletics, and atmosphere.

What is your vision for an ideal Fraternity community? My ideal Fraternity community is one that excels in leadership development with the shared goal to make the campus and community a safer place.

Fun Fact: I have been a long-distance runner for the past ten years.

 

Name: Spencer Gullickson

Position: Vice President of Finance and Administration

Year in school: Junior

Hometown: Medford, Oregon

Why Oregon State? I chose Oregon State because I loved the campus and the atmosphere.

What is your vision for an ideal Fraternity community? A supportive community that fosters personal and professional growth and maintains a commitment to encouraging lives of excellence for its members.

Fun Fact: I am one of the founding members of Delta Tau Delta at Oregon State.

 

Name: Parker Simpson

Position: Vice President of Judicial Affairs

Year in school: Junior

Hometown: Beaverton, Oregon

Why Oregon State? I grew up going to Beaver football games with my family, and I've dreamed of going here ever since.

What is your vision for an ideal Fraternity community? One that is healthy, prominent, and well revered that allows people to discover who they want to be in life while providing them with lifelong connections along the way.

Fun Fact: I love going to concerts and watching football games in my free time!

 

Name: Grant Meyer

Position: Vice President of Risk Management

Year in school: Sophomore

Hometown: Beaverton, Oregon

Why Oregon State? I love the City of Corvallis.

What is your vision for an ideal Fraternity community? A close-knit family willing to help anyone regardless of chapter affiliation.

Fun Fact: I served in the U.S Army for four years prior to attending OSU.

 

Name: Harper Whitney

Position: Vice President of Recruitment Marketing

Year in school: Junior

Hometown: Vashon Island, Washington

Why Oregon State? I liked the small town feel of Corvallis in addition to the pre-law major OSU provides.

What is your vision for an ideal Fraternity community? A community based on respect and integrity, with all chapters having the ability to be successful. This involves giving back to the community and creating a positive image for all of Greek life at OSU.

Fun Fact: I love to wakeboard and spend time with my family.

 

Name: Andrew Arreola

Position: Vice President of Recruitment Programming

Year in school: Sophomore

Hometown: Salem, OR

Why Oregon State? It offers a sense of community that is unrivaled by other academic institutions. Also, my brother goes to UO and we are too much alike already.

What is your vision for an ideal Fraternity community? A community that works collaboratively to advance the highest standards of friendship, scholarship, leadership, and service for all members throughout life.

Fun Fact: I am ten years older than my younger sister.

 

Name: Andy McSween

Position: Vice President of Scholarship

Year in school: Sophomore

Hometown: Salem, Oregon

Why Oregon State? I chose OSU for the great STEM programs along with the Air Force ROTC program

What is your vision for an ideal Fraternity community? A community that creates strong, impactful, and successful leaders.

Fun Fact: I enjoy scuba diving in my free time

 

Name: Sam Jensen

Position: Vice President of Education and Leadership

Year in school: Sophomore

Hometown: Eugene, Oregon

Why Oregon State? OSU provided me with a presidential scholarship, and the campus is beautiful in the fall.

What is your vision for an ideal Fraternity community? Individuals are able to benefit from shared knowledge and experiences to grow and develop life long friendships and skills.

Fun Fact: I have visited over 15 countries.

 

Name: Salvador Garcia

Position: VP of Community Service and Philanthropy

Year in school: Junior

Hometown: Eugene, Oregon

Why Oregon State? I was raised a Duck but deep down I knew I was a Beaver. Sco Beavs.

What is your vision for an ideal Fraternity community? A community that has no beef and we are all down to help each other be better.

Fun Fact: I am #2 of 7 siblings

 

Name: Jacob Friedman

Position: VP of Public Relations and Marketing

Year in school: Junior

Hometown: Palm Springs, California

Why Oregon State? My parents are currently located in Beaverton, so it was far enough away for me to be independent but still close enough for me to visit on the weekends if I felt like it. Also, I had visited the campus numerous times my senior year of high school and enjoyed the inclusive and social environment.

What is your vision for an ideal Fraternity community? A community that continuously raises the bar in scholarship, new member education, campus involvement, and athletics.

Fun Fact: I placed 1st in the 2015 Oregon Open Jiu-Jitsu Tournament, and I was a wrestler for 11 years.