Nick Mast is the 2016 Interfraternity Council President. Hailing from Cleveland, OH, he is a junior majoring in Business Administration and minoring in Digital Entrepreneurship. Prior to serving on IFC, Nick was the president of his fraternity chapter as well as an intern for USC’s endowment investment office.
Peter is currently a sophomore from the northern suburbs of Chicago pursuing a major in Chemical Engineering in the Viterbi School of Engineering. After rushing and pledging his fall semester of freshman year, he has remained active serving as a leader in various capacities in the Greek community. He was secretary for his chapter his freshman year, as well as the Director of Green Initiatives last year. Besides his involvement in the Greek community, he works as a Tour Guide and remains involved in engineering societies. He is excited to serve as Executive Vice President of Administrative Affairs to lead key initiatives throughout the year and to represent and maintain the Greek tradition at USC.
I am a Junior studying neuroscience with the overall goal of going to medical school. I am from the Beach Cities of South Orange County. Prior to serving on the IFC Executive Board I was the president of my chapter and also my chapter’s Risk Manager for a year. I have been heavily involved in the Greek System since joining my Freshman year and am excited to see the Greek System thrive at USC.
Alex Budde is a junior from Phoenix, Arizona pursuing a degree in Biomedical Engineering with an emphasis in Mechanical Engineering. Before serving on IFC Alex was involved in his own chapter as Philanthropy Chair, Scholarship Chair, and most recently as President. In addition to his Greek involvement, Alex coaches a Little League baseball team with one of his fellow chapter brothers, creates prosthetic hands as a member of USC’s 3D printing club, and serves as a Student Ambassador for the Viterbi School of Engineering. Alex is a big fan of Trojan football, and he is excited to give back to the USC Greek community as a member of the IFC Executive Board.
Jack Gilchrist is the 2016 Vice President of Finance for the Interfraternity Council. He is a junior from Tustin, California and a Business Administration major interested in Real Estate Finance. Outside of IFC, he has been a captain of the USC Men’s Cub Lacrosse team and a Campus Coordinator for The World Is Just A Book Away.
Tyler Matheson is a sophomore from Snohomish, Washington. He is currently the vice president of communications for the Interfraternity council. Before taking this position he has been involved in his own chapter’s social planning as well as recruitment. During his last summer he spent time working for a local start-up handling their PR and social media. On campus, Tyler has been a team leader for USC’s Design for America studio, as well as a volunteer for Global Brigades at Marshall. In his free time Tyler enjoys taking in the city of Los Angeles and rooting on all of USC’s athletics.
James Luttrull is the IFC Vice President of Special Events. A junior from the small town of Ojai, CA, he is studying International Relations and Geospatial Information Science. James previously worked within the Greek community as a chapter president. He has been an active member in the USC community as a panelist on USC sponsored television and podcast debate shows, as a student volunteer for an underprivileged high school mentoring program, and has served as a USC delegate to US Navy and Air Force conferences and research programs. James is currently working on an honors thesis focused on data analysis techniques used by the national security apparatus.
Paul Hachigian is a sophomore from Newport Beach, CA pursuing a degree in Real Estate Development from the Price School of Public Policy. Before his role as the Vice President of External Affairs for IFC, he was the community service chair of his fraternity. Outside of Greek life, Paul is a member of the Trojan Real Estate Association. He is motivated to help USC’s Greek community make a difference in the lives of many through enhancing philanthropies and scholarship opportunities. Having grown up with a disabled younger brother, he empathizes with those less fortunate and strives to improve our community. He is excited to show the university what a positive impact our Greek community can have. In his free time, Paul enjoys playing piano and guitar, watching ice hockey, and going to concerts.
Eric Miller is a junior from Atherton California studying Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance. He was the the 2015 Sigma Chi Chapter President and oversaw the acquisition of the chapter house to an alumni association named the Trojan Sig Foundation. Eric is also involved in several on-campus organizations like Undergraduate Student Government and Society 53. For USG, he is the Director of Academic Affairs and oversees a committee of delegates and assistant directors working to enhance Academic Policy, ITS, and Libraries on campus. Eric is the first member of the Trojan Family and is thrilled to continued his involvement in a thriving, impressive Greek community.
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