LEADERS OF CAL POLY AEPI
While every member of the fraternity takes on leadership in one way or another, the eight positions below are the top positions in the fraternity and makes sure the fraternity is running smoothly. Collectively, the are known as the Executive Board.
Master: Jordan Roth
The Master is leader of the Fraternity. He oversees all aspects of the fraternity, both internal and external. He is directly involved with the university as is the main representative of the fraternity to the university and surrounding community. He is the manager of the Executive Board and runs the chapter meetings.
Internal Vice President: Nick Scott
The Internal Vice President is responsible for all matters and activities within the brotherhood. He oversees the brotherhood, fundraising, alumni relations, athletic, and scholastic committees. The Internal Vice President is in charge of creating a strong, positive sense of brotherhood within the fraternity.
External Vice President: Shimon Chait
The External Vice President is in charge of the fraternities public image and events. He oversees the social, philanthropy, and sorority relations committees. He is responsible for all events, including parties, exchanges, and community outreach. The External Vice president makes sure the fraternity exemplifies a positive influence.
Scribe: Nathaniel Copeland
The scribe is the official secretary of the fraternity. In meetings he writes down what is discussed. He also handles the direct wording of official fraternal documents such as the Constitution, By-Laws, and Amendments. Any written document of the fraternity must be approved by him before it is publicized. He is in charge of the website and all technical aspects of the fraternity.
Exchequer: Zach Arrington
The Exchequer is the treasurer of the entire Fraternity. His job is to balance the budget and collect and process any incoming or outgoing expenses.
Rush Chairman: Lou Weissman
The Rush Chairman is one of the most important positions in the fraternity. His job is to plan and execute a full week of rush events, reach out to potential new brothers, and decide which students receive bids from the fraternity. Outside of rush season, the rush chairman remains active on executive board, and helps make all major decisions regard the fraternity.
House Manager: Adam Meleo
The House Manager oversees the maintenance of the house, with respect not only to the physical up-keep but also the interpersonal relationships of all Brothers residing in the house. As the house is an essential part of the fraternity, so is this position.
Risk Management: Eitan Shmargad
The Risk Management Chair is responsible for limiting and managing all liabilities that the fraternity assumes through the hosting of brotherhood, social, and philanthropic events. Risk Management is responsible for helping brothers to make smart, safe decisions on their personal behalf as well as on behalf of the fraternity.