• Executive Board


    Interfraternity Council President

    Hao Tan
    Delta Tau Delta

    Hao is a Human Physiology Major from Sherwood, Oregon. He is heavily involved in the ASUO, HPHY department as a undergrad researcher, and within various student groups. Hao hopes to draw upon his breadth of involvement and experience from various facets of campus life to strengthen the IFC and improve the Greek community. 

    Interfraternity Council Executive Vice President

    Kyle Stein
    Pi Kappa Phi

    Kyle, a local from Corvallis, Oregon, is a business major focusing in finance. He has served as his chapter's risk manager as well as treasurer, and hopes to bring his past experiences with him as he assumes the new IFC Executive Vice President position. In the next year he aims to bring the FSL community to be a shining example of what a community can accomplish in terms of academics and philanthropy.

    Vice President of Accountability

    Mikkel Hendison
    Sigma Chi

    Mikkel is an accounting major from Portland with a passion for creative-problem solving in team settings such as this one. In addition to being a member of Greek life, he is first and foremost a student of University of Oregon with a vested interest in making the campus a better place for all.

    Vice President of Recruitment

    Jordan Thierry
    Kappa Sigma

    Jordan is a native of San Diego, California studying human physiology with a minor in business administration. Jordan has served as his chapter's recruitment officer and hopes his skills can translate into serving the greater FSL community.             

    Vice President of Risk Management

    Jacob Maler
    Alpha Epsilon Pi

    Jacob Maler is a Business major and just completed a minor in economics. He aims to bring his strong analytical skills and critical thinking to identify risks within the Greek community. Jacob intends to work with the Vice President of accountability to increase our options in intervening when chapters or individuals behaving in a risky manner. This will decrease the burden on the conduct office and will minimize potentially dangerous action within the Greek community. 

    Vice President of Community Engagement

    Ryan Lemoine
    Sigma Nu

    Ryan is a product design student from Portland, Oregon. He is ready and working to instill a stronger sense of community in Greek life and with the rest of campus. He believes that the Greek system is a crucial asset to the community and will continue to be for generations. Go Ducks!

    Vice President of Membership Development

    James Vos
    Phi Gamma Delta

    An advertising major, James is a team energizer that revels in getting people excited around a cause. The strength of the bonds forged in the group is directly linked to its success. James' energy plays a key role in growing the dynamic of the executive board. Go Ducks.

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