The beginning of the school year reminds students that they are coming closer to another year of freshly sharpened pencils and late-night Taco Bell runs with their friends. When we reflect on the upcoming school year, it reminds us that we are saying “farewell” to 11 of our staff members. Before they leave IHQ, we would like to introduce each of our incoming ELC’s before they head to a chapter/colony near you.
Corey grew up in Fresno, California and chose to stay close to home by going to California State University – Fresno. While he was there, he studied Business Management and completed his degree through the Craig School of Business. He served as the marketing coordinator for Camp Kesem, a national organization that supports children who are directly impacted by a parent’s cancer diagnosis. Corey was involved in the Student Government Association by being a part of the legislative committee and activity committee. As it relates to Greek life, Corey was President of the Interfraternity Council and Recruitment Director. Additionally, he was High Delta and served on the Executive Committee.
At the age of 15, Daniel moved from Mexico to Reno, Nevada with his family. In order to learn English and adjust to his new environment, he joined football, wrestling and track. It was then that his love of health and wellness began to take shape. As he transitioned into the University of Nevada – Reno, Daniel took what he learned from organized sports and poured it into creating the Power Lifting Club. He was involved in the Student Government Association, a student ambassador and tour guide for the Office of Admissions and a Trio Scholar, a program to support first generation students. Daniel served Lambda Chi as the High Kappa for two years and a part of the Executive Committee for one year. He graduated with a degree in International Business and International Affairs with a minor in Spanish Translation in May 2019.
After growing up in Burlington, Massachusetts, Jacob wanted to learn more about the world around him by making the eight-hour drive to Edinboro, Pennsylvania. He completed his degree in Chemistry and joined the Bunsen’s Society to get familiarized with toxicology, the study of the detection of poisons. Jacob was a part of the Hockey Team and President of the Lacrosse Team. While working an on-campus job, he was the High Iota, High Kappa and High Gamma in his chapter and served on the Interfraternity Council at Edinboro University.
Joseph traded the humidity of Jacksonville, Florida for the southern charm of North Carolina before he began high school. He stayed in the state to complete a four-year, two-degree program at Johnson & Wales University – Charlotte in Baking and Pastry Arts and a Bachelor of Science in Food and Beverage Entrepreneurship. He created the Entrepreneurship Association, was a Resident Assistant, Student Assistant, part of Student Affairs, involved in the Student Government Association and an involved Boy Scout. When it comes to Lambda Chi, Joseph served as the High Alpha, High Theta and the Executive Committee.
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