2018 IFC Executive Board

President:  Max Harberg  Fraternity:  Zeta Beta Tau

President: Max Harberg Fraternity: Zeta Beta Tau

 
Executive VP:  Peter Sitterle  Fraternity:  Phi Gamma Delta

Executive VP: Peter Sitterle Fraternity: Phi Gamma Delta

 
VP of Finance:  Will Douglas  Fraternity:  Kappa Alpha Order

VP of Finance: Will Douglas Fraternity: Kappa Alpha Order

 
VP of Recruitment:  Garrison Taska   Fraternity:  Kappa Sigma

VP of Recruitment: Garrison Taska

Fraternity: Kappa Sigma

 
VP of Communications:  Nate Carlson   Fraternity:  Tau Kappa Epsilon

VP of Communications: Nate Carlson

Fraternity: Tau Kappa Epsilon

 
VP of Judicial Affairs:  Jay Ochoa  Fraternity:  Delta Sigma Phi

VP of Judicial Affairs: Jay Ochoa Fraternity: Delta Sigma Phi

 
VP of Member Development:  Cole Kofnovec   Fraternity:  Kappa Alpha Order

VP of Member Development: Cole Kofnovec

Fraternity: Kappa Alpha Order

 
VP of Philanthropy:  Aris Sevastianos   Fraternity:  Delta Tau Delta

VP of Philanthropy: Aris Sevastianos

Fraternity: Delta Tau Delta

Max Harberg highlights his agenda in his letter to IFC

 

Peter Sitterle is the 2019 Executive Vice President of the Texas IFC, having previously served as the Director of Risk Reduction in 2018. Peter is a junior from San Antonio, Texas, studying Finance in the McCombs School of Business and Latin American Studies in the College of Liberal Arts. During his time at UT, Peter has been a very active member of Texas Fiji, serving on Fiji's cabinet as the Corresponding Secretary, as well as a Study Hall Chairman, member of the Judicial Board, and Risk Management team. Peter hopes to help improve all aspects of UT’s IFC, most notably alcohol abuse, philanthropic efforts, and the overall transparency of fraternities.

 

Will Douglass is a junior member of Kappa Alpha Order and the Vice President of Finance. He is a MPA major in the McCombs school of business and hopes to help IFC fulfill their role in the Greek community. IFC is defined as the governing body of fraternities at the university of Texas. Will's goal as Vice President of Finance consists of fulfilling that role through numerous new and improved ideas. Will's job is to keep track of the finances and keep our process open with the community. Will's main focus this semester will focus on better appropriating IFC funds to what best helps the community.

 

Garrison Taska is a Sports Management major from Kingwood, Texas who hopes to head to law school after graduation. He has served his chapter as a part of the philanthropy and rush team, as long as tailgate coordinator. Garrison is very determined to help potential new members find the fraternity that best suits them. One of his goals is to create a recruitment booklet that is available to anyone who wants to learn more about all the different chapters. Another goal of his is to grow the total number of members in fraternities. Through the use of orientation events, banners, flyers and email outreach incoming freshman will be more educated on the landscape of fraternity life at UT.

 

Nate Carlson is a third year aerospace engineering major from Ladera Ranch, California. As a founding father of Tau Kappa Epsilon his freshman year, his experience includes time as President and then Recruitment Officer with TKE. This year while serving as VP of Communications he hopes that lots of people will read this bio, becasue that will mean he did a good job running IFC’s website.

 

Jay Ochoa is a third year Neuroscience and Government major from Laredo, Texas who plans on heading to medical school post graduation. He is currently a member of Delta Sig and has served on the IFC for the past three years. As Vice President of Judicial Affairs, Jay hopes to be able to address and appease both problems that affect the Greek community, as well as the local student community. With the help of the rest of the board, he hopes to make Texas IFC a trailblazer and prime example for others across the nation. Apart from his academic and social involvement, Jay has a strong passion for service organizations, foodie adventures, and most importantly dogs.

 

Cole Kofnovec is a junior Kappa Alpha majoring in Finance in the McCombs School of Business, and is serving as the 2019 VP of Member Development. He is from Austin and a lifelong longhorn. He looks forward to working with new members to help create a quality environment for everyone involved in Greek life. He hopes to promote health and wellness as it pertains to social and academic success. He previously served on IFC as the Director of Greek Relations, so he is excited to continue working with the IFC community.  

 

Aris Sevastianos is a member of Delta Tau Delta and a student in the five-year Master’s in Accounting (MPA) Program.  He has served on IFC for the past three years and is excited to be a part of the executive team as VP of Philanthropy this 2019 schoolyear.  Aris is never shy to boast about his Greek-American heritage and can whip up a killer bowl of tzatziki in under five minutes.  A St. Louis native, he enjoys catching a Cardinals or Blues game when he’s home (don’t even ask him about the Rams).  Outside of IFC and Delt, Aris serves as VP of Student Relations for the MPA Consulting Club and is an active member of his business fraternity, Delta Sigma Pi.