Jake Simon is from Rancho Palos Verdes, California and is a Junior here at USC in the Marshall School of Business. After rushing and becoming Pledge Class President, he continued his involvement in Greek life holding various positions in his house as well as serving on the executive board of the Interfraternity Council during 2014. This year, he is excited to serve as the Interfraternity Council President and represent Trojan Greeks in any way that he can. Jake has experience in online marketing, entrepreneurship, and management consulting and is looking to pursue a career in management consulting.
Logan Burkhead is the 2015 Executive Vice President for Administrative Affairs for the Interfraternity Council. He is a Junior from Newport Beach, CA seeking a major in Political Science and a minor in International Relations. In addition to his role in IFC, Logan serves on the Undergraduate Student Government as a Greek Senator and is the Vice President of the USC Pre-Law Society.
Ehren Elder, a senior, is a double major in Economics and Philosophy, Politics, and Law from Los Altos, California. Since coming to USC he has been involved extensively in his chapter, on campus, and in his community. He has served for two years on the Interfraternity Council including last year as the Executive Vice President of Administrative Affairs.
Alex Keane, from San Jose, California, is currently in his junior year, majoring in Psychology and minoring in both Spanish and Management Consulting. He did not expect to join the Greek system upon arriving at USC but, after being exposed to the tremendous brotherhood of his fraternity, could not stay away. After serving as the IFC Director of Scholarship this past year, Alex also serves as the Scholarship Chair for his fraternity. As Vice President of Recruitment he is exited to promote the excellent Greek community USC provides and help students get the most out of their college experience. Outside of the Greek system, he is a member of the executive board and starter for the Men’s Club Volleyball team. In his free time, Alex loves reading, playing beach volleyball, wakeboarding, and going to the gym. After graduation he plans to attend law school and pursue a career in corporate law.
Daniel Wiener, originally from Denver, Colorado, is a junior human performance major (USC’s version of kinesiology) with a double minor in business and music industry. In his free time, Daniel enjoys playing guitar, listening to music, snowboarding, tennis, weight lifting, and hanging out with friends. He has been a member of the Greek community since he was a freshman (Fall 2012) and recommends it to all incoming Trojans. In Daniel’s own words, “Being a member of a fraternity provides a huge resource and friend group that is quite unlike anything else one may experience in life. I joined IFC to help enhance the Greek system and to give myself the opportunity to take on a higher level of responsibility here at USC.” He is excited to serve as the Vice President of New Members for 2015.
Nathan Cordes was born and raised in Washington D.C., leaving the east coast to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations (Global Business) along with a minor in Business Law here at USC. Having previously served his fraternity as rush chair and social chair for the past two years, he is honored to have a hand in positioning our greek system as one of the preeminent student communities in the nation. Please do not hesitate to reach out to the email link below with questions, comments, or media inquiries regarding IFC and/or the USC greek system.
Sean Salisbury is currently a sophomore majoring in Civil Engineering with a minor in International Policy and Management. Although he was born in San Jose, he grew up a world away in Columbia, Maryland. He is very excited to be back in California studying at the greatest school in the nation and is really looking forward to serving as VP of External Affairs this upcoming year. Though Sean came to USC without any thought of joining Greek life, it has quickly become one of his most meaningful experiences as a student thus far. Getting involved in Greek life has given him so many irreplaceable opportunities and experiences—he hopes to share these experiences with the rest of the university by advancing the philanthropy and scholarship of the Greek system. During Sean’s time as VP of External Affairs, he aims to showcase to the Los Angeles community, and the university, all the philanthropic and academic accomplishments that make Greek Life an invaluable part of the Trojan family. Outside of Greek Life Sean is involved with Society 53, Troy Camp and the marketing committee of Program Board.
Sebastian Moya is currently a sophomore pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, with a minor in Narrative Structure. Originally hailing from El Paso, Texas, he is looking forward to bringing his own Texas twist to the west coast fraternity scene. This previous year, he served as IFC’s Director of Diversity and has recently been elected as Philanthropy Chair for his chapter. When he’s not studying or working with IFC, Sebastian loves to golf, and has recently begun developing his second start up with fellow members of his fraternity. Sebastian is very excited about not only being able to be a part of Greek life, but also to help contribute to its success and well being.
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