Three Washington Epsilon Phis were recently elected into positions on the Eastern Washington University Interfraternity Council.
Riley McNabb, a junior, was elected IFC Vice President of Programming. He has held both the recruitment chairman and scholarship chairman positions within the chapter. Riley looks forward to planning events for fraternity men on campus that will make a lasting impact on their college careers.
Teddy Mead, a junior, was elected IFC President. Within the chapter, he has held the Risk Management and Warden positions. Teddy hopes to use his strong work ethic and campus connections to improve the Greek community.
Kyle Grund, a junior, was elected IFC VP of Philanthropy & PR. He is Washington Epsilon’s current Philanthropy Chairman. Kyle believes that philanthropy is something very important to his chapter, and he wants to use their success to help other chapters on campus.
Pictured Left to Right: Riley McNabb, Teddy Mead, Kyle Grund.