On May 9, the Interfraternity Council at California State University, Northridge held elections for the 2016-2017 executive board. The university is currently home to nine IFC fraternities, and four of the 10 offices on the executive board were filled by California Zeta Phis. Less than two years after its re-founding, California Zeta Phis are determined to give back to the campus community through leadership positions across the university.
Pictured from left to right: Alexander Lieu (Director of Athletics), John Paul De Jesus (Programming Director), Eric McCoy (Academics), and Angel Bermudez (Gamma Chair).
California Zeta is also proud to announce that one of its newest members, Nicholas Jackson, has been elected as the Associated Students’ Lower Division Senator for the 2016-2017 academic year. Nicholas is a sophomore majoring in Communications with a minor in Africana Studies. He is currently the Alumni Relations Chairman for the chapter as well as President of the university’s Black Male Initiative organization.