President - Tom C. Narvaez
Tom is a brother of the Alpha Kappa Lambda Fraternity. The IFC President has the overall responsibility for the op eration of the Interfraternity Council. He calls and presides at all regular and special meetings of the Interfraternity Council and all meetings of the Executive Council. He serves as Chief Justice of the Interfraternity Council Judicial Board in the absence of the Vice President. He also reviews and approves all contracts involving the Interfraternity Council of Virginia Commonwealth University.
Vice President - Caleb P. Massey
Caleb is a brother of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity. The IFC Vice President serves as the Chief Justice of the Interfraternity Council Justice Board. He performs the duties of the President in his absence. He acts as chairman of all Ad Hoc committees and act as the committee coordinator for all needed committees in the Interfraternity Council of VCU. He advises and works with Vice Presidents in other fraternity and sorority councils in the leadership and development of Risk Management policies that will benefit fraternity and sorority life. He works with individual chapter social and risk management chairs to aid in the development of risk reduction and education policies and procedures.
Vice President of Operations - Elliott R. Taylor
Elliott is a brother of the Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity. The Vice President of Operations keeps an up-to-date roll of the members at Interfraternity Council meetings. He keeps current statistics concerning the number of initiated members and new members of each Interfraternity Council member organization. He assumes the role of parliamentarian and be versed in the parliamentary procedure. He keeps full minutes of the meeting of the Interfraternity Council of the Interfraternity Council Executive Council, the Interfraternity Council General Body and a record of all actions taken by the Executive Council. Minutes shall be distributed prior to the next meeting. He is responsible for the general supervision of the finances of the Interfraternity Council of Virginia Commonwealth University, and responsible for the preparation of the annual budget and following its approval by the Interfraternity Council, for providing a copy to each Interfraternity Council member organization.
Vice President of Education - Jacob T. Callahan
Jacob is a brother of the Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity. The Vice President of Education assumes the roles of education and scholarship. He coordinates all educational programs sponsored by the Interfraternity Council of Virginia Commonwealth University. Furthermore, he works with the individual chapter scholarship chairs to develop strong scholarship programs. In addition to his role as an officer for education, he advises and works with other council officers in the leadership and development of educational programs that will tailor to new member classes that will better acclimate them to VCU. As an officer for scholarship, he establishes and/or oversees the Virginia Commonwealth University fraternity and sorority scholarship and any awards or honors. He also develops programs to recognize outstanding academic achievement among IFC men. He advises and works with other council officers in the leadership and development of higher academic performance and programs that promote education.
Vice President of External Affairs - Remy K. Tucker
Remy is a brother of the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity. The Vice President of External Affairs assumes the roles of recruitment and service. He establishes and supervises all functions and facilities pertaining to recruitment activities, as outlined in the annual Recruitment Guidelines. Furthermore, he works with individual chapters and community service chairs to develop a strong philanthropy and community service program. As an officer for recruitment, he works in increasing the number of men going through formal recruitment by use of a variety of publications and presentations. He reviews any and all changes in the North-American Interfraternity Conference guidelines for recruitment, and implements them in the IFC. In addition, he organizes and implements a fall recruitment registration activity. He advises and works with other council recruitment officers in the leadership and development of recruitment/promotional activities that will promote a positive environment for new members. As an officer for service, he aids in the recognition process for outstanding philanthropic and community service activities. He advises and works with other council officers in the leadership and development of service projects that will benefit the VCU community and Fraternity and Sorority Life.
Vice President of Public Relations - M. Calum Firstenberg
Calum is a brother of the Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity. The Vice President of Public Relations is responsible for the official correspondence of the Interfraternity Council. He is responsible for all publications on campus and otherwise related to fraternity and sorority events, awards, and projects. He is responsible for all social media of the IFC (Facebook, IFC Website, Blackboard). He maintains a complete and up-to-date notebook which will contain the following:1. Interfraternity Council of Virginia Commonwealth University Constitution and By-laws; 2. All relevant standing rules and regulations; 3. Current Interfraternity Council Budget; 4. Current correspondence and materials received from NIC; 5. Agendas and minutes from all meetings.
Advisor - Neil E. Stanglein
Neil is the Coordinator for Fraternity and Sorority Life and advises the Interfraternity Council and Multicultural Greek Council. He is a founding father of Lambda Chi Alpha at the University of Missouri, where he obtained a Bachelor of Journalism with an emphasis in Radio/Television and a Master of Education degree. Neil is active in the fraternal movement serving as the Educational Programs Chair for the 2011 Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors' Annual Meeting, and has been an active AFA volunteer since 2006. He has facilitated programs for the North-American Interfraternity Conference, Delta Zeta Sorority and is an Advance Panhellenic facilitator for Campuspeak. He also works with the University of Missouri, University of Richmond and College of William and Mary Lambda Chi Alphas. Neil hails from the Midwest (Illinois and Missouri) and is excited to make his new home in Richmond and at VCU.