Officers


20181101_175803Garrett Cooperman, President

Garrett Cooperman pledged in spring 2007 at Nu Chapter in SUNY Oswego. He has served in several offices at the chapter and national levels. In 2009 he joined the Alumni Association, became National President, and helped found our National Scholarship. Later, he served as National VP of Chapter Maintenance, and is thrilled to lead the Alumni Association through 2020. He is a karaoke enthusiast and lyricist, dabbling in vocal percussion, and loves playing pots, pans, and other random instruments with his baby son. Garrett is assistant principal of A. L. Brown High School in Kannapolis, NC, and also teaches self-defense. He lives in Charlotte, NC with his wife, Sarah (an Alpha Chapter alum); their son; and their two doggos.

Sean Weiser, Vice President

 

 


FB_IMG_1463287621304Haley Vingsness, Secretary/Historian/Member At Large

Haley Vingsness pledged Zeta Chapter at Michigan Tech in Fall 2006. She has held a wide variety of positions at the chapter and national level so she won’t get too deep into it. She’s super stoked to work with everyone though, because she loves the Alumni Association and all it entails: seeing old friends, trading old stories, being old.

Out in the “real world”, she is a user experience consultant at Microsoft. She travels all over the world — most recently Los Angeles — building custom web apps for Microsoft’s customers. Her favorite part of traveling is getting to visit different Chapters and see her Brothers.


12672135_10102324318109672_7605427471896283479_oRyan Hauck, Treasurer

Ryan pledged Delta Chapter of Mu Beta Psi in Fall 1993 and has been active ever since, holding several offices over the years such as National President, NVPE (where he oversaw the founding of Xi and Omicron Chapters), Delta chapter Secretary, pledge class President, Alumni Secretary, and now Alumni Treasurer. He is the unofficial, self-described “caretaker of all things Delta Chapter”. His musical talents remain simple and include flute, piccolo, singing in the car, singing to/with/at his three sons with an intent to inflict maximum embarrassment upon them, and leading Cub Scouts in rousing, obnoxious, and possibly borderline inappropriate camp songs. Ryan graduated Clemson University in 1995 with a degree in Computer Science and currently works in Charleston, SC as a software developer.