Executive Board

President – Justin Bharucha (Chi Phi)

My name is Justin Bharucha and I am a current Junior Government + Law and Environmental Studies double major. I aspire to pursue environmental law and my J.D. post Lafayette College. I enjoy working out at the Kirby Sports Center in my free time, as well as participating on the Club Baseball team and in the Lafayette Investment Club.

The president is the primary person in charge of the Interfraternity Council (IFC). He presides over all meetings and acts as the liaison between the IFC and all other organizations at Lafayette College. The president works in conjunction with the administration, faculty, and the Panhellenic Council in order to coordinate better Greek affairs. In addition, he helps guide the other executive officers in their efforts to improve the Greek system at Lafayette College.

Vice President of Recruitment – Jacob Leddy (Delta Upsilon)

My name is Jacob Leddy, and I am a current Junior studying Chemical Engineering and International Affairs. I am also apart of the Swim and Dive team at Lafayette, as well as being a tutor for America Reads. I hope to join an engineering firm after college, and try to find a way to integrate my interests in International affairs as well.

The Vice President of Recruitment is primarily in charge of the recruitment events aimed at potential new members throughout the year.  He is in charge of coordinating campus-wide recruitment events and overseeing the organization and publicity of individual house recruitment opportunities.  He is also the primary contact for the non-Greek affiliated students will question about recruiting.

Vice President of Public Relations – Tyler Nyberg (Delta Kappa Epsilon)

My name is Tyler Nyberg and I am a sophomore majoring in Economics with a Data Science minor. Outside of IFC, I am the Vice President of Delta Kappa Epsilon and a member of the club soccer team as well as investment club.

The Director of Public Relations promotes all IFC sponsored and co-sponsored events in a positive manner. To do this successfully, he works with the Lafayette College newspaper, radio station, and with local media. He acts as a liaison between the IFC and other student organizations in an effort to establish effective communication with other leaders on campus. In addition, he promotes the positive aspects of fraternity life to independent students on campus.

Vice President of Operations – Jose Munoz (Chi Phi)

My name is Jose and I a sophomore majoring in Economics and Policy Studies. I’m originally from the Dominican Republic and in my free time I like to play soccer and spend time with my friends. As VPO, I want to help make Greek Life at Lafayette a more unified community and our board plans to do that by hosting more events for everyone to participate in.

The Director of Finance and Administration collects all dues for the IFC, as dictated by the Constitution, and maintains a strict accounting of the organization’s finances. He pays all outstanding bills against the organization’s account and plans an annual budget. He is also responsible for informing all individual house treasurers of current policies and financial plans.  He is responsible for taking minutes at every meeting and distributing them after each meeting in a timely manner.

Vice President of Scholarship and Accountability –  Larry Shore (Phi Kappa Psi)

The Vice President of Scholarship oversees academic excellence in the Fraternity community. He is in charge of creating programming for all fraternities that is aimed at improving the cumulative house GPA’s of each chapter. They meet regularly with the Academic and Scholarship chairs of each chapter in the council to discuss the progress of their chapter as well as present any resources that might assist them. The VP of Scholarship is also responsible for running the judicial proceedings of the council.

Vice President of Diversity Equity and Inclusion – Anthony Abenante (Delta Upsilon)

My name is Anthony Abenante. I am a sophomore and I am a Math/Econ major with a minor in data science. On campus, I am the treasurer for the club baseball team and I am the philanthropy chair for Delta Upsilon.

The Vice President of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion ensures that every fraternity commits making everyone feels welcome throughout all of greek life. They meet regularly with their counterpart on the Panhellenic Council to organize events and workshops designed to engage both fraternities and sororities in discourse surrounding social justice issues. They focus on making fraternal organizations an inclusive space for all marginalized identities including people of color, LGBTQ people, disabled people, and people of differing religious backgrounds.