Meet SigEp

Executive Board

Pearson Van Horn

Pearson Van Horn

President

Pearson is a 3rd-year Mechanical Engineering student and plans to go into design and manufacturing. He enjoys machining, pottery, pickup sports, and spending quality time with friends at coffee shops. Pearson was the previous Chaplain and is currently a Co-op at Georgia Tech Research Institute‘s, Electro-Optical Systems Lab. He looks forward to leading the Georgia Alpha chapter with the leadership skills he has developed through attending SigEp’s Ruck Leadership Institute, multiple Carlson Leadership Academies, and countless hours with various SigEp mentors.

Evan Pope

Evan Pope

Vice President of Programming

Evan is a third-year Finance major; certificate in IT Management and plans on going into data analysis after graduation. Evan worked at Kloeckner Metals last summer and will be working for SunTrust in the summer of 2018. He is also a member of the finance committee on the Presidents’ Council Governing Board and plays the drums in his spare time.

Will Sheiner

Will Sheiner

Vice President of Finance

William is a third-year Business Administration major concentrating in Finance with a minor in Mechanical Engineering, I am the current Vice President of Finance of SigEp. I am also involved in GT Club Swimming and GT Moneythink - an organization focused on mentoring local high school students in personal finance. Beyond my official involvements in the house and on campus, I fill and enjoy my time by building quality relationships with those close to me. Whether it’s sharing a cup of coffee and a crossword puzzle or working out or playing a video game together, I cherish the time I have with friends.

Jonathan Williams

Jonathan Williams

VP of Member Development

Jonathan King is a Computational Media major and anticipates to graduate December of 2018. Upon graduating he hopes to acquire a position in Software Engineering. He has also been involved as a Wreck Camp counselor and a member of FTK.

Booth Vogel

Booth Vogel

Vice President of Recruitment

Booth a second-year biochemistry major currently on the pre-health track. My goals once I graduate from Georgia Tech are to attend medical school and become a pediatric surgeon. I enjoy spending time outdoors playing sports with my fraternity brothers. I strive every day to be a positive and kind person in order to build and strengthen relationships.

Colin Santoro

Colin Santoro

Chaplain

Colin is a Mechanical Engineering Major, Energy Systems Minor with a passion for alternative energy and automotive design. He enjoys cycling, running, and backpacking in his spare time. Colin also loves giving back to his community through Habitat for Humanity and Meals On Wheels. He has completed a co-op with McKenney’s Inc. and is hoping to work in the alternative energy industry after graduation.

Shane Phillipps

Shane Phillipps

Vice President of Communications

Shane is a 3rd year business major from Kingston, Jamaica. Last semester he was awarded the title of ‘Alpha Phi 2017-2018 Sweetheart’, becoming the male representative of choice for the sorority. Shane has worked in finance at Southern Company as a Corporate Development Intern and SunTrust as an Investment Banking Summer Analyst. Next summer he will be continuing is investment banking career with Credit Suisse in New York. He also the Director of Mentorship for the Georgia Tech Investments committee

Emil Muly

House Director

Emil is a second-year Mechanical Engineering Student, from Sandy Springs, Georgia. In spring 2018, he will be starting his first co-op rotation with NanoLumens working in design and production.

Meet SigEp

Featured Brothers

Rohan Iyer

Rohan Iyer

IE from Suwannee, GA

Rohan Iyer is a rising 5th-year Industrial Engineering major who currently serves as Georgia Tech‘s Interfraternity Council’s president overseeing all 32 IFC chapters. Within SigEp, he has served on our executive board as President and Vice President of Communications. While being able to maintain High Honors at Georgia Tech, he has served in numerous other leadership positions on campus including being a GT Tour Guide, an Orientation Leader, a member of Student Government Association, and a member of the Undergraduate Consulting Club. One his favorite involvements at Georgia Tech is with EXCEL, a program that enables students with mild developmental and intellectual disabilities to have a positive college experience. Rohan has worked as a Supply Chain and Logistics intern for Georgia Pacific and Strategic Technologies IT Function Transformation Advisory Intern at PricewaterhouseCoopers. He has accepted a full-time offer as a consultant for PwC and will be working for them upon graduating this fall. According to Rohan, SigEp inspired the leader within him empowering him to strive for more in academics and involvements. SigEp opened doors for him that he would have otherwise not been exposed to. This summer Rohan and four other brothers, Mitch Hotop, John Murphy, Tony Chirumble, and Gunner Robinson are participating in Mongol Rally, a 10,000-mile road trip from western Europe to eastern Mongolia, to raise money for charity and go on an adventure of a lifetime. Be sure to support and follow their team on their website linked in the picture above.

Shane Phillipps

Shane Phillipps

BA from Kingston, Jamaica

Shane Phillipps is currently a rising 3rd-year business major and member of the Fall 2015 pledge class from Kingston Jamaica who will soon be receiving an engineering & business minor through the Denning T&M Program. He chose to join Sigma Phi Epsilon because of the potential for self-development that he saw for himself through the Balanced Man Program. Last semester he was awarded the title of ‘Alpha Phi 2017-2018 Sweetheart’, becoming the male representative of choice for the sorority. He is also an active member of the Sig Ep Georgia Alpha Rush Board. Shane has worked in finance at Southern Company as a Corporate Analysis Intern and will be continuing his career in finance at SunTrust as an Investment Banking Summer Analyst. When he is not busy with Greek Life and work, Shane can be found fostering the community in the hallways of his dorm as he carries out his duties as a Resident Advisor. In addition, each fall, Shane likes to take part in the Georgia Tech Alternative Fall Break program. He spent last fall break doing nature restoration in Maryville, TN and looks forward to the amazing opportunities that this upcoming fall will bring.

Ozi Orijoke

Ozi Orijoke

CompE from Marietta, GA

Ozi is a rising second-year Computer Engineering major and member of the Spring 2017 pledge class that serves on Wreck Camp as a counselor, a member of Campus Christian Fellowship, a fitness coach on the EXCEL program, and will be a peer leader on West Campus in the fall. He was born in Nigeria, but finally settled in Marietta, GA the summer preceding eighth grade. Ozi has four siblings and enjoys photography, videography, and playing pick-up sports with friends and his fraternity brothers. This summer, he will be interning at MuRata manufacturing as an IT assistant and pursuing his hobby as a content creator on YouTube.

James Ni

James Ni

BA from Tifton, GA

James Ni is a rising 3rd-year Business Administration Major from Tifton, GA minoring in Engineering and Business through the Denning Technology & Management program. James currently serves as the Scheller Business Ambassador Vice President of Marketing and Communications as well as the President’s Council Governing Board Vice President of Communications. He is currently interning with Southern Company for his second semester this summer in their Marketing Research Department creating, editing, designing websites, doing R&D for product development, creating infographics, and much more. He previously interned with Georgia Tech’s Athletic Association managing a $2,000 budget for Swimming and Diving and acting as the active lead in marketing their events. In his free time, he enjoys playing pickup soccer at the SAC Fields and has been approached by many people for his photography and videography skills. He is in the process of making our 2017 rush video for this upcoming year so be on the lookout! James serves as Georgia Tech’s campus representatives for Chubbies Shorts and Muscle Milk and has been an active brother since Spring 2016. His favorite organization here at Georgia Tech is For The Kids (FTK), the largest philanthropic organization on Campus. Tech partners up with Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, specifically Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, and fundraises money to go towards paying for the family’s hospital bills, medicine, etc. He raised over $1,000 individually supporting Georgia Tech total of $200,000 this past year at FTK’s biggest event Dance Marathon.

Michael Fletcher

Michael Fletcher

ME from Griffin, GA

Michael Fletcher is a third year Mechanical Engineering major from McDonough, GA and a member of the Spring 2017 pledge class. He serves as a certified flight instructor for the Yellow Jacket Flying Club, as the safety officer for the Georgia Tech Wakeboard Club and is a member of the Georgia Tech Skydiving team. He is a volunteer pilot for Angel Flight, and participates in Wake for a Cause, a charity wake boarding event. In his free time, Michael loves to fly airplanes and has over 1,500 hours of experience in all kinds of airplanes, from small training airplanes to large business jets. During his summers, he travels all over the world as a contract pilot for multiple large companies, such as Turner Enterprises. Michael has been issued seven different flying certificates for airplanes and is currently working on earning two more, one being a helicopter pilot certificate. Growing up around action sports, gymnastics and eventually competing professionally in wake boarding, he finds he is somewhat of an adrenaline junkie who is just as comfortable upside down as he is walking. Michael is often pushing his limits on the olympic diving boards at the Campus Recreation Center, mountain biking or camping. Michael joined SigEp because he wanted to be a part of the best group of guys on campus that are just as diverse and hard working as he is.

Duncan Mackie

Duncan Mackie

BioChem from Santa Cruz, CA

Duncan Mackie is a rising 4th-year Biochemistry major with a minor in Biology and a certificate Biomedical sciences. Duncan is pursuing a career in medicine and hopes to attend medical school upon graduating from Georgia Tech. Within SigEp, Duncan serves as the Balanced Man Scholarship Chair, where he is involved in the interview and selection process for incoming freshman applicants. Duncan currently works as both an EMT serving North Fulton County just outside of Atlanta and as an Organic Cleanroom Technician at Georgia Tech‘s Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology. Duncan also participates in research at Emory’s Children‘s Hospital and volunteers in the Radiation Oncology department of Emory’s Winship Cancer Institute. In his research, Duncan studies post-operative blood coagulation in patients to better understand what treatments and therapies can be implemented to help prevent excessive bleeding in patients after cardiac surgery. In his spare time Duncan plays intramural sports for both SigEp’s basketball team and flag football team. In the coming months, Duncan is also looking to complete his first triathlon, in hopes of eventually completing an Ironman by the time he graduates in 2018.

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