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Brothers across Beta’s Broad Domain have proven why Beta Theta Pi is the leadership fraternity. For the sixth consecutive year, the chapters boasting leadership at the highest interfraternal level on campus is in the double-digits. Countless brothers serve on Interfraternity Council (IFC) executive boards on their respective campuses, 19 of which sit at the helm of the table as president. The number is tied for the highest recorded by the Fraternity (2018) since keeping track in 2011.

The IFC’s purpose is to advance fraternity on campus and provide interfraternal leadership to the entire community, and it is directly supported by the North American Interfraternity Conference (NIC).

Cameron Goodwin-Schoen, Case Western Reserve ’24

Soon after wrapping up his term as president of the Lambda Kappa-Beta Chapter, Brother Cameron saw the need of his leadership was not over. He accepted the promotion to president of his campus’ IFC executive board, and has plans to help the Greek community grow in recruitment and presence on campus over his coming term.

Ben Wenner, Cincinnati ’24

Brother Ben finished his term as president of the Beta Nu Chapter and quickly assumed the role as IFC president. This marks the fourth consecutive year for the chapter to have at least one brother serving on the executive board.

James Triplett, Denver ’25

One of Beta’s youngest IFC presidents to be named for 2023 hails from the Alpha Zeta Chapter at Denver. Brother James was elected to the head of the table with several of his Beta brothers by his side. In fact, the Denver chapter controls the six of eight positions on the board with Director of Health and Public Safety Grant Miks ’26, Director of Programming Jameson Stanley ’26, Director of Philanthropy and Community Service Adrian Tunev ’26, Director of Scholarship Andrew Wong ’26, and Director of Public Relations Griffin Young ’26.

Peter Manev, Drexel ’23

Also an outgoing chapter president, Brother Peter (right) became the first-ever IFC president representing the Eta Omicron Chapter at Drexel—founded just five years ago. He was also the first known Beta brother to be elected a 2023 IFC president.

Graham Tunis, Elon ’24

Brother Graham is the third consecutive brother of the Eta Upsilon Chapter to be appointed as IFC president.

Landen Bold, Florida Gulf Coast ’24

Brother Landen continues on his path of fraternal leadership as IFC president, the Theta Eta Chapter’s second time with the top post since 2021. It’s not his first time representing Beta on IFC, having a term as vice president of philanthropy under his belt, in addition to a year as chapter president.

Andres Arzola, Florida International ’25

Florida International has boasted a Beta as IFC president five times over the last six years. Although Brother Andres joined the Eta Gamma Chapter in summer 2022, he stood ready to answer the call for his leadership on campus. He doubles as the chapter’s current philanthropy chair. Homecoming prince and Beta Brother Tony Urrutia ’24, joins Brother Andres on the council’s executive board as the vice president of finance.

“We look forward to uniting all fraternities within IFC, working cooperatively with other student councils, establishing voices for all fraternities at FIU and changing Greek life for all Panthers,” Andres said.

Jordan Rose, Florida State ’24

It’s the second-consecutive year for the Delta Lambda Chapter to have at least one representative on the executive board, this time behind IFC President and Beta Brother Jordan Rose (right). In addition, Brother Ben Engel ’24, (left) joins him on the council as the vice president of public relations.

Emerson Gray, Furman ’25

Brother Emerson is the first Beta brother to be called to head the IFC at Furman, which oversees five fraternities on campus. He is also on his second stint as vice president of programming for the Zeta Lambda Chapter. 

Braeden Boyle, High Point ’24

Brother Braeden is the first fraternity man at High Point to lead the Interfraternity Council in consecutive terms. The fraternal community is in a good place thanks to his leadership. During his first term, he oversaw updates to the bylaws, the creation of new educational programming on topics like alcohol, High Point’s largest recruitment and the addition of two new executive positions for membership and diversity, equity and inclusion.

“I am proud to say Greek life is at an all-time high!” Braeden said.

Braeden also worked diligently with High Point’s admissions department to bring fraternity and sorority life to the forefront of their conversation about on-campus activities for prospective students. He continues to maintain great relationships across campus departments for Greek students and IFC, including with campus security, campus enhancement and student life.

Ryan Anderson, Iowa ’24

The leadership of Brother Ryan has not gone unnoticed. Then a sophomore, he was recognized by the university with the Outstanding Student Organization Leader Award in spring 2022. And now, after a year as Iowa’s IFC vice president of recruitment, he gets his chance to run the show.

Jack Harting, John Carroll ’24

John Carroll returned a Beta to the top IFC job in the form of Brother Jack. The last brother of the Fraternity to be president was in 2021. Jack previously showed off his leadership as vice president of recruitment of the Eta Epsilon Chapter, overseeing the largest recruitment year—15 new members—since 2018.

Tim Dieter, Lawrence ’23

Brother Tim stepped up to be the IFC voice at Lawrence for a short time before he graduates this spring, and he is the first president to represent Beta.

Colter Koch-Harbison, Louisville ’24

Brother Colter is the first IFC president representing Beta Theta Pi at Louisville since 2018. He concurrently serves as the Delta Pi Chapter’s vice president of programming in his second term on the chapter executive committee, previously overseeing education.

Nick Zingales, Sacred Heart ’24

Sacred Heart University looks to Beta Theta Pi for leadership, as Brother Nick is the fourth consecutive brother of the Theta Beta Chapter to be named IFC president. He graciously follows in the footsteps of Brothers Marco Lagana ’21 (2020), Jonathan Kennedy ’22 (2021), and Connor Cunha ’22 (2022). Nick previously worked with the IFC executive board on a committee to bring a new fraternity to campus in spring 2022, and was recognized as an emerging leader at the 2022 Greek awards. Within the chapter, he enhanced the new member experience as vice president of education.

Kyle Harris, Virginia Tech ’24

Brother Kyle is sharing the wealth of his leadership in two ways. On top of his election as IFC president for 2023, he was selected by his brothers to lead the chapter as vice president of brotherhood.

Ishan Dhawan, Utah ’24

Utah has had another Gamma Beta Chapter brother guiding the student body government, now the chapter lands the top interfraternal job as well. Recognized with the Fraternity Up & Coming Leader Award in the spring, Brother Ishan (right) is the perfect man to be named president of IFC and lead Utah’s fraternities in 2023. Alongside him is Gamma Beta Chapter Brother Tommy Reynolds ’24, (left) serving as vice president of recruitment.

Cade Gordon, Whitman ’25

Whitman’s first-ever Beta to lead IFC comes in the form of Brother Cade Gordon. He also serves as the chapter’s marketing chair and house manager.

Benjamin Lee, William & Mary ’24

William & Mary calls on a Beta to lead IFC for the first time since 2017. Brother Benjamin has been a steady figure on the council since late 2021 as Beta’s delgate, and currently serves the Zeta Upsilon Chapter as the vice president of risk managment in addition to his IFC posting.

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