2019/2020 Field Staff
Carmel, IN – Theta Chi is excited to announce its 2019/2020 Field Staff. As members of the International Headquarters staff, Field Executives are tasked with traveling throughout North America and providing onsite support to all chapters, colonies, and expansion opportunities.
Take a look at the 2019/2020 Field Staff:
*Returning from the 2018/2019 Field Staff
*Daniel Conner (Beta Phi/Nevada 2018)
Daniel graduated from the University of Nevada in 2018 with a Bachelor of Science in business marketing. As a collegian, Daniel held the positions of President, Secretary, and Marshal for the Beta Phi Chapter and also served as a member of the school’s Interfraternity Council. He has specific interests in social media marketing as well as woodworking and built custom cabinets for a local woodshop during his four years in college.
For fall 2019, Daniel will be working with chapters and colonies in the Southeast.
*Derek Hatzenbuhler (Phi/North Dakota State 2018)
Brother Hatzenbuhler graduated from North Dakota State University with a Bachelor of Science in strategic communication with a minor in art. He served Phi Chapter as President and Secretary. On campus, Derek was involved with numerous organizations including Student Government, Pi Kappa Phi Honor Society, and Blue Key Honor Society. Before becoming a Field Executive, he was a fellow at Dakota Medical Foundation and worked primarily on Giving Hearts Day, North Dakota’s largest day of giving. Derek is the recipient of the 2017 Reginald E.F. Colley Memorial Trophy and was recognized as a Resolute Man during the 162nd Anniversary Convention.
This upcoming semester, Derek will be visiting chapters and colonies in the Pacific Northwest, northern California, Colorado, Minnesota, Nevada, and Wisconsin.
James Hutzler (Iota Lambda/Longwood 2019)
James graduated from Longwood University with a Bachelor of Science in political science with a minor in homeland security. James represented Iota Lambda Chapter at the 162nd Anniversary Convention in Las Vegas and later served as the Scholarship Chairman. Before starting at the International Headquarters, he interned for the House of Representatives and multiple federal and local political campaigns.
For fall 2019, James will be working with chapters and colonies in the Midwest, Louisiana, and east Texas.
James Jackson (Zeta Alpha/Slippery Rock 2019)
James graduated from Slippery Rock University with a Bachelor of Science in healthcare administration with a concentration in marketing. He is a Rechartering Member of the Zeta Alpha Chapter and served as Marshal and Social Chairman. In his free time he enjoys golfing, fishing, and weightlifting.
For fall 2019, James will be working on the recolonization project at Delta Rho/NC State in Raleigh, NC.
*Kofi Ladans (Beta Omicron/Cincinnati 2018)
Kofi graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a Bachelor of Arts in communications and minors in political science and economics. As a collegian, Kofi served as Chapter President, Standards Board Chairman and Philanthropy Chairman. Outside of the chapter, he served as a member of the Interfraternity Council, an Undergraduate Student Government Director of Community Affairs & Senator At-Large, member of the Student Alumni Council, Hughes High School tutor, and was the President of the Class of 2018. Kofi is also a member of several local honorary societies including Phi Rho Chi Greek Men’s Honorary, Men of METRO service honorary, and Sigma Sigma Men’s Upper Class Honorary.
For fall 2019, Kofi will be leading the recolonization project at Delta Rho/NC State in Raleigh, NC.
Daniel Mendoza (Eta Psi/UAB 2019)
Daniel graduated from the University of Alabama at Birmingham with a Bachelor of Science in biology and minors in chemistry, international studies, STEM education, and Spanish. Daniel served Eta Psi as President, Marshal, Alumni Chairman, Intergreek Chairman, Philanthropy Chairman, and Standards Board Chairman. Before graduating, he was recognized as a Resolute Man. He also served in leadership positions for SEIFC, Order of Omega, UABTeach, Honors College Leadership Council, the IFC, Undergraduate Student Government Association, and the Student Alumni Society. Daniel is also a member of several honorary societies including Phi Sigma (biological sciences) and Alpha Epsilon Delta (pre-health).
This upcoming semester, Daniel will be visiting chapters and colonies in the Northeast and around the Great Lakes.
Jorge Robles (Iota Eta/Pacific 2019)
Jorge graduated from University of the Pacific with a Bachelor of Science in business administration with concentrations in marketing and entrepreneurship. As a collegian, he served the Iota Eta Chapter as President, Marshal and First Guard. He also served on the Interfraternity Council as President and Vice President of Administration/Finance.
For the fall 2019 semester, he will be visiting select chapters on the East Coast and in Michigan and Ohio.
*Brandon Taylor (Beta Phi/Nevada 2018)
Brandon is a graduate from the University of Nevada earning a Bachelor of Science in secondary education. After joining Theta Chi in his sophomore year, Brandon was very active with his chapter holding a variety of chairman and executive positions, one of his favorite being Marshal.
This upcoming semester, Brandon will be visiting chapters and colonies in the Southwest and southern California.
Founded in 1856, Theta Chi Fraternity is a men’s collegiate fraternity with more than 191,000 initiated members and has established 241 chapters. Leadership development, personal development, and service to alma mater are fundamental to Theta Chi Fraternity’s mission.