President - Andrew Rolon


Andrew Rolon is a Junior in the Rutgers Business School studying Finance. He is a dedicated and industrious brother of Sigma Chi’s Iota Psi chapter. Andrew has served as an Orientation Leader and Rutgers University Student Assembly representative, and now balances the IFC Presidency with his role as a Resident Assistant and Honors student. In addition to his involvement with Rutgers and Greek Life, Andrew likes to play soccer, watch movies and spend time with his friends and family.

Vice President of Administration - Samuel Reichman  


Samuel C. Reichman is a Junior in the School of Arts and Sciences studying Economics with minors in Mathematics and Environmental Policy, Institutions, and Behavior (EPIB). He is an active member of the Executive Board of the IFC, the Rutgers Chapter of Delta Upsilon, and the Rutgers Economic Society (RECONS). When he is not in the library, Samuel can be found snobbishly reading a newspaper, hiking, in the gym, eating wings, or on the receiving end of a serious beat down in Smash Bros.

Vice President of Judicial Affairs– Tray’von Norwood

Tray’von Norwood is a Junior in the School of Arts and Sciences pursuing a dual degree in Communications and Human Resource Management. Tray’von works tirelessly to better his fraternity, Kappa Sigma, while also managing to devote his time to his other student organizations including the IFC, RUPA and the Scarlet Honor Council. Tray’von works to hold all IFC member chapters accountable by facilitating hearing processes and not only handling sanctions but also helping chapters to grow and learn from violations. In his free time, Tray’von enjoys sharing videos on Facebook, watching cartoons, trying new foods, cooking, and drawing/painting.

 

Vice President of Recruitment - Eric Bender 

 

 

Eric Bender is a sophomore in the Business School studying Business Analytics and Information Technology. He is a passionate member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity, and uses that same passion for his work with IFC. On top of managing the IFC recruitment program, he controls our website, social media, and other external affairs. In his free time, Eric enjoys playing the guitar, running, lifting, and indulging the Brower cuisine.

 


 Vice President of Membership Development - Kyle O'Connor

 

Kyle is a currently a Junior, studying Finance in the Rutgers Business School, he is currently the Vice President of the Beta Delta Chapter of Theta Chi. Since elected as Vice President of Membership Development in the IFC executive board, he looks to raise the overall GPA of incoming members of the Greek community during their respective new member processes. In his spare time Kyle enjoys sports as well as participating in the club Enactus.
 

Vice President of Community Service & Outreach - John Bostic

 


John Bostic is a Junior in the Rutgers Business School studying Supply Chain Management. John is a very involved member of Theta Delta Chi Fraternity, and has used his experience serving as their previous Philanthropy Chair to propel him into his role as Vice President of Service and Philanthropy for IFC. Along with trying to stay involved with multiple aspects of Rutgers Greek Life, John is also a member of the Rutgers recreation staff, serving as a Keller Supervisor. In his free time, John enjoys playing sports, working out, cooking, and hanging out with his friends and family when he is not working one of his many jobs.


Vice President of Leadership Development - Joshua Knowles