2019-20 Executive Board


Terence Burke ‘21

Hometown: Greenwich, CT

IFC Chapter: Lambda Chi Alpha

Majors: Economics and Classical Civilization

Minors: Business

Other campus involvement: Phi Chi Theta Business Fraternity, Peer Review Boad, One Love, Consent Ed

Fun fact: Terence is a certified bartender.

Executive Vice President (EVP)

Mitchell Jones ‘21

Hometown: Warren, NJ

IFC Chapter: Sigma Chi

Major: Applied Economics & Management

Minors: Real Estate

Other campus involvement: Former Varsity Athlete, Cornell Real Estate Club, Dyson Diversity Scholar, Student-Waiter at Taverna Banfi

Fun fact: Mitch moved eight times prior to attending college


Vice President for Judicial Affairs

Andrew Gilmore ‘21

Hometown: Cleveland, OH

IFC Chapter: Zeta Beta Tau

Major: Government

Minors: Psychology

Other campus involvement: Writer for the Unddergraduate Law Review, involved with the Student Assembly Appropriations Committee

Fun fact: Andrew is only able to buy pants online


Vice President for Recruitment

Max Trauring ‘22

Hometown: Ballston Lake, NY

IFC Chapter: Pi Kappa Alpha

Major: Biological Sciences

Other campus involvement: Phi Delta Epsilon Medical Fraternity, Club Lacrosee

Fun fact:  Max took a photo when he was 12 years old that was published in a newspaper


Vice President for Citizenship, Diversity, and Inclusion (CDI)

Annika Gerlach ‘21

Hometown: Nevada, OH

IFC Chapter: Alpha Zeta

Major: Agricultural Sciences

Minor: Leadership and Education

Other campus involvement: Army ROTC, Cornell Women's Rugby Club

Fun fact: Annika's initials (AG) are also what she studies


Vice President for University & Community Relations (UCR)

Cameron Cannara ‘22

Hometown: Caldwell, NJ

IFC Chapter: Pi Kappa Alpha

Major: Computer Science

Other campus involvement: Undergraduate Research, Residential Student Congress, Cornell Rugby Football Club

Fun fact: Cameron has an extensive vintage and limited print vinyl collection

Vice President for Programming

Alec Diamond ‘22

Hometown: Westchester, NY

IFC Chapter: Zeta Beta Tau

Major: Information Science

Fun fact: Alec loves to play the guitar

Vice President for Finance

Nick Palmer ‘21

Hometown: Staten Island, NY

IFC Chapter: Alpha Delta Phi

Major: Applied Economics & Management

Minor: Real Estate

Fun fact: Nick is a die hard New York Giants fan

Vice President for Member and Alumni Development

James Czech ‘22

Hometown: Poughkeepsie, NY

IFC Chapter: Lambda Chi Alpha

Majors: Applied Economics & Management

Other campus involvement: Club Hockey

Fun fact: James lived on a farm growing up


Vice President for Communications

Noah Gold ‘22

Hometown: Bronx, NY

IFC Chapter: Alpha Delta Phi

Major: Communication

Minor: Business

Fun fact: Noah can maks an incredible frog sound

OFSIL Director

Kara Miller


Kara received her B.A. in Psychology from Gannon University in Erie, PA, and her M.Ed. In Higher Education from the College of William and Mary in 2003. She is currently a doctoral student in Higher Education Leadership at Colorado State University. Prior to coming to Cornell in 2006, Kara worked as the Coordinator for Greek Affairs at the University of Miami (FL). In 2006, Kara became an Assistant Dean of Students in the Office of Fraternities, Sororities, and Independent Living focusing on advising the IFC men’s fraternities as well as fraternity and sorority community wide programming.

In 2015, Kara became an Associate Dean of Students in the Office of Fraternities, Sororities, and Independent Living. In this role, she directs many areas on the fraternity and sorority experience. Kara advises the Greek Judicial Board, supervises the Assistant Deans who advise the Multicultural Greek Letter Council and the Panhellenic Council, and continues to work with the IFC men’s fraternities and community-wide leadership programming to ensure a holistic and robust experience for students across the fraternity and sorority community. Kara is a member of Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors and the Northeast Greek Leadership Association.

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