Keith Wenrich graduated from Susquehanna University in 1991 with a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration. During his time as Susquehanna, we was a member of the Phi Sigma Kappa National Fraternity. While a member, Keith served as the Inductor (new member educator), and Sports Chair. He later graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi with a Masters in Sports Administration 1994-1996. Keith moved on after school to become the Assistant Athletic Director of Palm Beach Atlantic University in Florida (1996). He now works at Rowan University as the Associate Director of the Student Recreation Center. In the fall of 2001, Keith took on a new challenge when he and George Brelsford accepted the responsibility of Rowan’s Greek Community.
Chris DeMayo graduated from Rowan University in May of 2002. As an undergraduate, he was a Business/Accounting Major with a minor in Political Science. After his time as an undergraduate, he went on to Rowan’s Graduate School. His ambition is to attain a Masters in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance. As an undergraduate, Chris was a brother of the Phi Kappa Sigma International Fraternity. As an active brother, he served as the Vice President, Assistant New Member Educator, and Sports Chair. He also received the “Brother of the Year” award. Chris joined George and Keith as a member of the Greek Life Staff in the summer of 2002. His ambition is to be an integral figure in leading Rowans Greek Community into a new era of prosperity.
George Brelsford did his undergraduate study as Davis and Elkins College in biology and computer science. After realizing that almost no fun happens in a biology lab, George went to Penn State to earn his Masters degree in student personnel services. George is currently in the dissertation phase of a doctorate in educational leadership. He has worked in the field of student personnel for 22 years and is currently the assistant Vice President of Residential and Campus Life at Rowan. In the fall of 2001, George took on the responsibility of Rowans greek system. He then added Keith Wenrich and Chris DeMayo to complete Rowans Greek Life Staff. George’s motto is “Change is inevitable, growth is optional”. George is resolute in his purpose and goal of making Rowan’s Greek Community the best one in the state.