IFC President, Adviser Place in Competition


Posted on March 21, 2017 by Tiyana King
Tiyana King


Dr. Krista Harrell, IFC adviser, second row, fourth from left, and Brendon Garrity, IFC president, second row, fifth from left, received second place among a record number of teams in the Student-Adviser category at the recent Southeastern Interfraternity Conference.   data-lightbox='featured'
Dr. Krista Harrell, IFC adviser, second row, fourth from left, and Brendon Garrity, IFC president, second row, fifth from left, received second place among a record number of teams in the Student-Adviser category at the recent Southeastern Interfraternity Conference.

USA’s Interfraternity Council President Brendon Garrity and adviser Dr. Krista Harrell competed in the Southeastern Interfraternity Council Leadership Academy Case Study competition, bringing home second place out of a record number of teams in the Student-Adviser category.

“This was Brendon’s first time competing in a competition like IFC, so it was important to see how we could address issues together and manage them,” Harrell said.

SEIFC is a voluntary association of fraternity governing councils in the United States. It is one of the regional associations throughout North America designed to bring together institutions and individuals with a commitment to fraternity life on college and university campuses.

The Southeastern Interfraternity Conference is held annually for nearly 600 fraternity leaders throughout the southeastern U.S. The event is a three-day educational conference.


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