Christian Merheb ’19
Christian is a rising junior from Derry, NH that is pursuing a double major in Political Science and Economics. He is a proud brother of Phi Mu Delta and was inducted during the spring semester of his freshman year. He is very active in student government and has serviced as the Student Senate Campus Structure Chairperson and Business Manager to the Student Activity Fee Committee. Recently, he was elected to serve as UNH’s undergraduate representative to the Board of Trustees. He grew up working in his parent’s small business and his passion is political activism. He chose to run for IFC President because he loves Greek life and is driven to ensure its growth and sustainability.
Austin Ahearn ’19
Austin is a Junior Civil Engineering student from Portsmouth, RI. He became a member of Alpha Gamma Rho in the Spring of 2016 and has served on their Executive Board as their Social Chair and Risk Manager. In addition to a few other minor positions within AGR, he has also held office for the UNH Shooting Team. He chose to run for IFC Chief Justice because he wants to see Greek life provide a safe, enjoyable and purposeful environment from which it’s members will grow and our community will benefit.
Jefferson Horn ’19
Chief Financial Officer
Jefferson is sophomore and proud brother of Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity. He joined in the fall of his freshman year and has worked hard to ensure fiscal responsibility and efficiency within the Interfraternity Council.
Tim Tetrault ’18
Vice President of Recruitment
Tim is currently studying chemistry and was born and raised in Manchester, NH. He is a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon and joined during the spring semester of his freshman year. Tim served as IFC VP of Recruitment last year, as well as holding various positions in his chapter. He chose to run for the IFC executive position because he wants to help inspire students to Go Greek.
Chris Leonardi ’18
Vice President of Membership Development
Chris is currently studying Information Systems & Finance as a dual major. He grew up in Grafton, MA and has been a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon in his first semester as a Wildcat. In his time at Sigma Phi Epsilon, he has held the philanthropy chair, in which he coordinated events that raised over $40,000 for childhood cancer and Big Brothers Big Sisters Foundation. Chris chose to run for the IFC executive position because he wanted to strengthen the Greek community and enhance the college experience for as many students as possible.
David Wright ’19
Vice President of Scholarship
David is sophomore and proud brother of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. He joined in the fall of his freshman year and has worked hard to grow and support his fraternity.
Erik Swenson ’19
Vice President of Community Relations
Erik is sophomore and proud brother of Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity. He joined in the fall of his freshman year and has strived to increase awareness and break down the traditional stereotypes regarding Greek life.