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Ryan is currently a junior double majoring in Film Studies and Creative Writing. He is also the newly elected IFC President, a contributing writer for independent literary magazine The Baram House, and a Commercial Marketing Intern for ADT Commercial. After graduation, he hopes to work at a major film studio.
When he’s not busy perfecting the SigEp Instagram, you can find him exploring different coffee shops, writing, reading, and spending all his money at Urban Outfitters.
“Joining SigEp was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made, and I’m incredibly grateful that my brothers have entrusted me with this position for another year. They have fully welcomed me for who I am, and I’m excited to continue showcasing the stories and successes of this lifelong brotherhood.”
Thomas is a junior majoring in Political Science. His hobbies include hiking, watching Frasier, and making coffee.
In addition to serving on SigEp’s E-Board, he is a delegate for Model UN and a participant in Pepperdine’s Honors Research Program for Political Science.
“All in all, I just want to make a community I am proud of. I was Chaplain last year and found I really had a knack for helping with personal development and community building, so I hope to carry that forward this year with SLC.”
David is a junior majoring in Business Administration. His hobbies include basketball, 2K, camping, and shopping.
He participated in a study abroad program in Korea at Yonsei University, and he hopes to dive into financial advising or become a project manager post-grad. He plans on having a side hustle with real estate, and one of his life goals is to own a sneaker store.
“SigEp has brought nothing but unforgettable memories for my college experience. I came here as a 18 year old kid and was immediately accepted into this fine group of gentlemen without any complications between age or background. I felt at home and there was no other place I’d rather be. Now, as I have reached a leadership position, I want to give that same love that I received my freshman year back to my fraternity. I’m excited for things to come — let’s get it started gents.”
Colby is a junior majoring in Sports Medicine, with an emphasis in Pre-Med. His hobbies include working out, hunting, offshore fishing, spending time with his dog, and country dancing.
In addition to being the Vice President and VP Member Development of SigEp, Colby is a member of the PreMed Club, the Federalist Club, and Pepperdine College Republicans. He currently works as an Athletic Training Intern for Pepperdine, and aspires to be a trauma surgeon.
“I wanted to be on E-Board so I could give back to my chapter as it has given to me for the last 2 years. I love SigEp because you can be your authentic self. My goals for this position are to guide my brothers into their next phases of life while building them into greatest version of themselves.”
Jake is a junior double majoring in Political Science and Economics.
Will is currently a junior majoring in Accounting. His hobbies including lifting and reading, he is the outgoing VP of Finance for Alpha Kappa Psi, and he is a member of the rugby team. After graduation, he plans on continuing to work in wealth management or pursuing accounting.
“I am honored to have been elected by my brothers and entrusted with this position. I have been given so much by this fraternity and by this chapter, and I can’t wait to give back to this community. Excited to continue to facilitate a space and lifestyle in which SigEp men will grow into the best versions of themselves. Much love. HFF.”
Alex is a junior from Monrovia majoring in Journalism. In his free time, he enjoys grilling, hiking, and playing basketball.
He is currently on the Graphic making videos for G-News, a NewsWaves cameraman, a host for KWVS, and the VP Member Development for @pepperdineifc.
Additionally, he works as a marketing project manager for United Agencies and as a communications division assistant in the CCB.
Post-grad, he would like to do something like 60 Minutes where you get a topic and investigate it while entertaining and informing. Making videos is one of his favorite things to do and to be able to do that as his career would be a blessing.
“I wanted to be on E-Board because I really have enjoyed my time so far in SigEp and wanted an opportunity to give back. I feel we really embody the spirit of brotherly love in our lives, and I wanted to be the one that plans the events where our bond with one another can grow while making memories to last a lifetime. HFF.”
Alex is currently a sophomore majoring in Business Administration. His hobbies include surfing, playing guitar, and reading. He currently works as a grip in the film industry, with his most recent job being for Blue Bloods on CBS.
He is in the Army ROTC and is a member of the rugby team. After graduation, he plans to commission as a military intelligence officer and simultaneously pursue his MBA.
“It is a true honor to serve on E-Board, especially in a role which my fellow brothers have entrusted me with the future of this fraternity. SigEp is more than just a brotherhood—it’s an eternal bond that is intertwined into one’s daily life. The immense opportunities and lifelong friendships are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to what SigEp has done for me. I hope to not only give back to the people that have given me so much, but also bring in new brothers who share the same ideals of Virtue, Diligence, and Brotherly Love. HFF.”
Hanson is a junior majoring in Economics who enjoys surfing, rock climbing, playing chess, learning to play guitar, and reading.
In addition to being the newest Chaplain for SigEp, Hanson works for SAO and is a member of the Rock Climbing Club E-Board.
Clay is currently a junior from Portland majoring in Fine Art. Along with being an active brother in SigEp, you can find him playing rec sports and saving animals whenever the opportunity arises.
The Vice President of Member Development oversees the development experience of each brother by providing support and structure during a crucial part of their lives. Managing the chapter’s membership experience by implementing the Balanced Man Program is the keystone of the role, providing a positive fraternal experience and ensuring strong chapter leadership and operations. Clay ensures that our Founder’s vision lives on day in, day out, at the Pepperdine Cal Psi Chapter.
“I’m really excited for this opportunity to help my brothers grow and improve, especially during these trying times. SigEp has done so much for me and I’m hyped to give back however I can.”