Inter-Fraternity Council

Steven Ives

Steven Ives

Office/Position:  President of IFC and President of the Kappa Alpha Society
Class Year: 2019
Majors: Economics. Minor in Entrepreneurial Studies and Art History
Chapter: The Kappa Alpha Society
Contact steven.ives@hws.edu
Hometown: Bloomington-Normal, Illinois
My involvement on campus: Working in the student activities office, IFC, orientation team
Chosen Pronoun: Him his he 
Favorite quote or motto:  I should’ve been a cowboy” -Toby Keith
What I love about Greek Life/What I’ve learned since associating: The sense of community and friendship that exists among the different organizations around the HWS community and the connections to alumni. 
Greek Conferences or workshops attended/participated: Can’t remember, but I have gone to many
Fun fact: I won a free car in a raffle

Christopher Clayton-Kane Williams

Christopher Clayton-Kane Williams

Office/Position: President of Upsilon Pi
Class Year: 2019
Majors: Political Science & Theatre
Chapter: Upsilon Pi
Contact: christopher.williams@hws.edu
Hometown: Brooklyn, NY
My involvement on campus: Actor for Mosaic New York Theatre Company, Study Mentor, Writing Fellow, Employee at the Bristol Field House, First Generation Initiative
Chosen Pronoun: He/Him/His
Favorite quote or motto:  First of All, Servants of All, We Shall Transcend All
What I love about Greek Life/What I’ve learned since associating: I enjoy the Brotherhood and comrade between the diverse perspectives we have in our fraternity. I learned that I would need to work with various personalities in a multitude of ways, especially since we want to set the bar and raise the standards for those coming after us.
Greek Conferences or workshops attended/participated: Title IX Workshop, Meet the Greeks, Involvement Expo
Something we forgot to ask/or you would like to add: “We always think about ourselves, instead of those who will inevitably come after us.” -Brother Sadeek Walker “Let us develop a kind of dangerous unselfishness” -Will Smith

Marcel Johnson

Marcel Johnson

Office/Position: President (Consul) of Sigma Chi
Class Year: 2019
Majors: Political Science & Spanish, Entrepreneur Studies Minor
Chapter: Alpha Alpha
Contact: marcel.johnson@hws.edu
Hometown: Abington, MA
My involvement on campus: HWS Orientation, Days of Service, former QPOC(+ allies) member, America Reads/America Counts, Colleges Chorale.
Chosen Pronoun: He/Him/His
Favorite quote or motto: "What would you do if you weren't afraid?"
What I love about Greek Life/What I’ve learned since associating: Greek life is more than an on campus social group. It is a family, a privilege, and a once in a lifetime undergrad opportunity where you have the support of your brothers to challenge you for the better in order for you to be your best self.
Greek Conferences or workshops attended/participated: Title IX, Anti-Hazing, Sigma Chi Province Conference, Leadership Training, By-Stander Workshop.

Adam Enxing

Office/Position: President
Class Year: 2019
Majors: Management, Leadership, and Community Engagement 
Chapter: Upsilon chapter of the Chi Phi Fraternity 
Contact: 603-759-4960
Hometown: Windham, NH
My involvement on campus: Chi Phi, Entrepreneurial Studies
Favorite quote or motto:  If everyone drove a Volvo, there would be no more accidents. 
What I love about Greek Life/What I’ve learned since associating: How to work with people who do not always agree with what you say but having to figure it out. 
Greek Conferences or workshops attended/participated: All of them, Greeklife EDU, IFC meetings, social events. 

Tyghe McCoy

Tyghe McCoy

Office/Position: President of Kappa Sigma
Class Year: 2019
Majors: Media and Society
Chapter: Delta-Phi
Contact: tyghe.mccoy@hws.edu
Hometown: Albany, New York
My involvement on campus: Kappa Sigma, Club Sports, Community Service
Chosen Pronoun: He/His/Him
Favorite quote or motto: "'You miss 100% of the shots you don't take' - Wayne Gretzky" - Michael Scott 
What I love about Greek Life/What I’ve learned since associating: It has allowed me to meet some great people who have my back for life.
Greek Conferences or workshops attended/participated: Kappa Sigma 2018 Leadership Conference, Spring 2018 Greek Leadership Workshop, Spring 2018 Anti-Hazing Seminar

Timothy Taylor

Timothy Taylor

Office/Position: President
Class Year: 2019
Majors: Environmental Studies 
Chapter: Delta Chi
Contact: timothy.taylor@hws.edu
Hometown: Westport CT
My involvement on campus: IFC, ABT, Club Lacrosse, Intramural Sports
Chosen Pronoun: His, Him, He
Favorite quote or motto: “I don’t want to be a product of my environment, I want my environment to be a product of me.”
What I love about Greek Life/What I’ve learned since associating: I love the bond that I have formed with a diverse group of people. Prior to joining Greek life I did not understand what was mean by a “brotherhood”. Joining delta Chi has given me brothers that a truly that, my family.
Greek Conferences or workshops attended/participated: RLC, Pre-Greek orientation. 

Jack Mainella

Jack Mainella

Office/Position:  IFC PR Chair
Class Year: 2019
Majors: Biology
Chapter: Kappa Sigma - Delta Phi
Contact: john.mainella@hws.edu
Hometown: Falmouth, ME
My involvement on campus: Hobart Club Lacrosse President, Hobart Club Hockey, HWS Sports Medicine Student Trainer, HWS Pre Health Professions Club, Study Abroad (Queensland, AU), HWS Guitar Jazz Ensemble
Chosen Pronoun: he/his/him 
Favorite quote or motto:  “When the going gets tough, the tough get going” - John Belushi
What I love about Greek Life/What I’ve learned since associating:  Developing the ability to live and work together with men from different backgrounds to create a common goal and relationship. 
Greek Conferences or workshops attended/participated: HWS Greek Leadership Spring 2018, Fall 2018

William Rogan

William Rogan

Office/Position: IFC Rush Chair
Class Year: 2019
Major/Minor: Economics/Math
Chapter: Chi Phi, Vice President 
Contact: william.rogan@hws.edu
Hometown: Port Chester, NY
My involvement on campus: Tutor for America Counts, Chi Phi fraternity
Chosen Pronoun: He/his
Favorite quote or motto: “Education is the most powerful weapon, which you can use to change the world.” Nelson Mandela
What I love about Greek life/What I’ve learned since associating: Greek life introduced me to a group of inspirational and loyal men who push me to do better in the community.


 

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