Cameron Lamir, President of the IFC, is a Physics and Computer Science dual major from Jacksonville, FL. He is a brother of Phi Delta Theta, a member of the sailing team, and an astrophysics researcher. Cam is a hard worker who is focused on helping to build a strong Rollins community that is focused on self-governance and intellectual dialogue. His main goal for the IFC executive board is to create a lasting structure to help with transitions and work towards the goal of having a more connected student body.
Brock Alexander Monroe, Vice President of the IFC, is a Senior Communication Studies major with a PR focus, from Orlando. He is a brother of X Club, and outside of Fraternity life, he is the Democracy Project Coordinator, President of the Hamilton Holt School SGA, Student Director of the Emerging Leaders Institute, an Immersion Facilitator, and is a server at the Alfond Inn. Brock is the only Holt student on the IFC exec board and is passionate about Civic Engagement. Brock’s main goal for his time with the IFC is to promote collaboration among fraternities and the Rollins community.
Ivan Moreno, Supreme Treasurer of IFC, is a Critical Media and Cultural Studies Major from Dallas, Texas. He is also the Treasurer of the X Club Fraternity and works as photographer for The Sandspur. Ivan’s main goal as IFC Treasurer is to create an effective framework for the funding of all IFC sponsored events.
José Ramón Foradada IV
José Ramón Foradada IV, Secretary of IFC, is a Junior Economics Major from Tampa. He is a brother of Lambda Chi Alpha and is involved in RAA, Interfaith, and peer mentoring Deus Ex Machina: Social Evolution in Virtual Worlds. José is a hard working, diligent student who cares about the Rollins Community, and his main goal for IFC is to improve how organized IFC is for the benefit of all fraternities in the Rollins community.
Public Relations Chair
Rich Higgins, Public Relations Chair of the IFC, is a double-major in Critical Media and Cultural Studies as well as Communication from Fairfield, CT. He is an active brother of Phi Delta Theta where he has served as the Public Relations representative. His main goal as PR chair is to attract more students to the Greek system and experience all that it has to offer.
Elie Gottlieb, Recruitment Coordinator of IFC, is a Junior Psychology & Philosophy major from Miami, FL. He is a brother and Communications/Public Relations Chair of Chi Psi Fraternity. Elie is involved in FSL Allies, the Office of Student Success, psychology student-led research and Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society. Elie’s main goal as IFC Recruitment Coordinator is to create an effective recruitment process for the benefit of the Rollins community.