Matt Levine – President, Chapter Advisory Board
- Matt Levine lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and is an alum of The Gamma Tau Chapter of Theta Chi Fraternity and is currently the Program Director for the Office for Fraternity and Sorority Life at The University of Minnesota.
Patrick Schrodt – Health, Wellness and Personal Development
- Patrick Schrodt lives in Des Moines, works for IowaCASA (Iowa Coalition Against Sexual Assault). He has worked in LGBTQ social services and women’s health since 2002. He has volunteered in a number of LGBTQ service organizations and worked in women’s health both in a clinic and hospital setting. In addition, he provides training and technical assistance regarding LGBTQ sexual assault as well as coordinating some medical training and technical assistance.
Jason Handberg – Social and Risk Management, Judicial Board
- Jason Handberg lives in Indianapolis, Indiana, worked for several years with Theta Chi National Fraternity and currently a member of PrincetonOne’s Building and Materials Search practice, and whose business is Recruiting primarily in the Sales, Sales management, and Marketing professionals in the Building materials industry, on behalf of both manufacturing companies and distributors.
Carolyn Hill – Recruitment and Marketing
- Carolyn Hill is a Drake alum and an active member of the Delta Gamma Sorority at Drake University. Carolyn has served as the Director of Greek Life at Drake University and she currently works for the Athletic Department of Drake University serving as the Assistant Director of The Drake Relays.
Thomas Swartwood – Chapter Academic Advisor
- Thomas Swartwood is an Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship at Drake University in the College of Business and Public Administration. Professor Swartwood has previously practiced corporate law and worked on Wall Street raising money for development stage companies. He is currently a managing director at Swartwood Hesse Inc., a special situation investment banking firm that focuses on private investments in innovative early stage private and orphan public companies. Professor Swartwood also serves on the business development committee of the Technology Association of Iowa.