Jessie Rankin is the President of the Epsilon Lambda Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha. He is from Dacula, Georgia and graduated from Dacula High School in 2015. Now in his third year as a student at the University of Georgia, Jessie is pursuing a degree in History as well as a Political Science Minor and a Legal Studies Certificate, and he hopes to attend Law School after graduation. His primary instrument is guitar, but also plays banjo, alto saxophone and tuba, among others. As President, Jessie is particularly excited about the future of the Chapter, and in finding new ways to better the Chapter for not only brothers of the Fraternity, but for the rest of the community as well. In addition to serving as the Epsilon Lambda Chapter President, Jessie is also a Drum Major for the University of Georgia Redcoat Band.
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Adrien Sandercock is serving as this year's Vice President. He is a fourth year Political Science and International Affairs double major with a minor in Public Health. He is also pursuing certificates in Applied Politics and Applied Data Science. Adrien is from Roswell, Georgia, and plays trumpet as his primary instrument.
Nicholas Turner is a Junior at the University of Georgia currently pursuing a BBA in Finance. He was initiated as a brother of the Epsilon Lambda chapter of Phi Mu Alpha in the Spring of 2016. His primary instrument is the trumpet; he has spent two years playing it in the University of Georgia's Redcoat Band. Nick intends to graduate in the Spring of 2019 and reside in the Atlanta area.
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Ido Erlitzki is the Historian of the Epsilon Lambda Chapter. He is a third year student at the University of Georgia and he plays on the University of Georgia Redcoat Band Drumline.
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My name is Gavin Stuart, I am a Junior with a major in Music Education and a minor in Spanish. I am currently on the executive board of the Phi Mu Alpha, Epsilon Lambda Chapter, as the Warden; I previously served the chapter as the merchandise chair. Currently, I also hold the position of Assistant Collegiate Province Representative for Province 33, the state of Georgia.
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Fraternity Education Officer
James is a sophomore from Alpharetta, GA. He is a percussionist, and is currently pursuing a degree in History and Social Studies Education.
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Trevor Kiefer is a third year at the University of Georgia and has been a brother of the Epsilon Lambda chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia since Spring 2016. He is a tuba playing performance major and enjoys sharing his art with all that are willing to listen. Trevor enjoys being a Sinfonian because of the core beliefs of the fraternity and the bonds he gets to share with his fellow brothers. Being social chair to him means that he has an excuse to hang out with his brothers more often and help them have as much fun as possible.
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Jaron Lehman is currently serving as the music chair for the Epsilon Lambda chapter of Phi Mu Alpha, into which he was initiated in the Spring of 2016 He is a junior Music Education major whose primary instrument is the horn, and frequently performs with various groups, such as the Gwinnett Symphony Wind Orchestra, the Toccoa Symphony Orchestra, and a UGA-based Horn Quintet.
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Michael Quinton is a fourth-year BBA Management major with an emphasis in Human Resource Analytics. Michael is from Jefferson, Georgia and plays the euphonium as his primary instrument. Michael has also been involved in the Redcoat band as the Baritone Section Leader and in drum corps such as the Santa Clara Vanguard and the Spirit of Atlanta.
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Ryan Oxyer is a 4th year Mechanical Engineering major and Merchandise Chair for the Epsilon Lambda chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. Ryan was initiated in the spring of 2015 and he plays the Alto Saxophone.
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Risk Management Chair
Hello! My name is Kevin Langston, and I will be serving as the risk management chair for the upcoming year. I am entering my third year studying mathematics, finance, and insurance. I was initiated in the spring of 2016, and I was introduced to Phi Mu Alpha while marching trumpet in the Redcoat band. This year, I will strive to uphold the ideals of this fraternity that attracted me to join in the first place. I am extremely excited to serve along the executive team to keep the fraternity going in the right direction.