Meet our 2018-2019 leadership team and hear more about their experience with the NYC alumni chapter and why they find value in staying involved as an alumni member.
Name: Joseph Cipollina
Initiated Chapter: Upsilon Omega at Stony Brook University
Industry: Accounting - Public Sector
What are you working on right now? I am currently studying for the CPA exam.
What did you learn as a collegiate brother? Diversity leads to better idea generation and problem solving since you can draw from more experiences of the varied backgrounds.
What is your favorite memory as an alumni? I enjoyed graduating with all my brothers. It was a great feeling seeing them walk across the stage to get their diplomas.
VICE PRESIDENT OF FINANCE
Name: Bryan Carlo
Title: Finance Assoicate
What are you working on right now? Prepping the DSP finances for this year's events!
What did you learn as a collegiate brother? I learned you get out of the fraternity what you put into it.
What is your favorite memory as a alumni brother? I really enjoyed chapter installation/Initiation.
VICE PRESIDENT OF CHAPTER OPERATIONS
Name: Kristen Brown
Initiated Chapter: Sigma Tau – Duke University
Title: Market Development and Insights Advisor
Industry: Information Technology
What are you working on right now? Currently I support the Corporate Strategy and Corporate Finance teams on market analysis assessments and projections. I also develop offering performance scorecards to distribute to the business units so they can track how they perform against competitors in the marketplace. Prior to that, I worked on the Corporate Development (M&A) Transaction team for two years, and spent a year as a financial analyst in the Global Technology Services business unit.
What did you learn as a collegiate brother? I was a charter member, so I learned a ton about hard work and cooperation during the recruiting and pledging process! We’re all one big family, and struggling together brought us all closer as a chapter. I also learned perseverance and diligence are the keys to success once a goal is in mind.
What is your favorite memory as an alumni brother? I assisted with recruitment at the Stony Brook chapter before they were installed. Being able to make a connection with my collegiate brothers and encourage them throughout the entire process was very rewarding for me.
VICE PRESIDENT OF MARKETING
Name: Allison Dameron
Initiated Chapter: Alpha Beta- University of Missouri-Columbia
Title: Sales Assistant
Company: Peerless Clothing
What are you working on right now? I assist the fabric, design, manufacturing, selling and shipping of the entire line for a men's suiting brand each season. I also work closely with all our retail buyers to get their feedback and improve the product to fit their consumers' needs.
What did you learn as a collegiate brother? Maintaining connections was the most important lesson I learned. One you make that initial connection, it is your responsibility to keep working on them and fostering a relationship. You never know when a connection can help you, or when you can help your connections.
What is your favorite memory as an alumni brother? I've greatly enjoyed being able to visit brothers and seeing where they are starting to put down roots. I recently visited brothers in Dallas, TX and Washington D.C., and had an amazing time visiting my brothers!
Northeastern Provincial Officers
PROVINCIAL VICE PRESIDENT
EMPIRE REGIONAL VICE PRESIDENT