The Alpha Tau Omega Executive Board
President: Jak McIsaac
Jak McIsaac is a senior at the College and is a Kinesiology and Public Health double major. Jak comes to us from Washington D.C. As President, Jak leads Chapter and represents ATO to other organizations. In addition to being ATO President, Jak enjoys dancing and is a member of the Syndicate Hip Hop Dance Team on campus.
Vice President: Lukas Pearlman
Lukas Pearlman is a senior hailing from Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He is majoring in Economics with a minor in Mathematics. He joined ATO in fall 2015, his first semester at William and Mary and is currently serving as the chapter's Vice President. Elsewhere on campus, Lukas works for the Campus Recreation Center. He also has recently accepted an offer to intern with Northwestern Mutual this summer. In his spare time, Lukas enjoys playing soccer, playing FIFA, and watching baseball.
Chaplain: Alex Kenney
Alex Kenney serves as the Brotherhood Chair for the Kappa Kappa chapter. He is a senior Economics major. As the Chaplain, Alex is charged with building the best brotherhood on campus as well as certain aspects of Ritual. Elsewhere, Alex is involved with helping William and Mary students register to vote. He will be working up in Washington D.C. this summer for the Department of Defense.
Treasurer: Alan Zhang
Alan is a senior at the College majoring in Math and Finance. As the Treasurer, he is responsible for all day-to-day financial transactions as well as annual tasks such as taxes and large forward-looking transactions. The Treasurer is responsible for drafting and proposing the budget and keeping a ledger throughout the year. You can always catch him at the house wanting to hang out and he actually does enjoy long walks on the beach.
Secretary: Kyle George
Kyle George is a senior at the college majoring in Economics and minoring in music. He is from Chesapeake, Virginia. As secretary, Kyle keeps a record of all business of the fraternities well as serving as the keeper of the fraternity's bylaws. Kyle is very involved with the music department here at the college and knows how to play a multitude of instruments.
Membership Educator: Danny McNeil
A sophomore here at the college, Danny McNeil is majoring in Psychology with a minor in Chemistry. He is from Morgantown, West Virginia. Danny serves as the Membership Education chair for the Kappa Kappa chapter. He ensures that the new members are molded to the ideals of our chapter. Knowing full well that our brotherhood is only as strong as our weakest link, Danny has developed a membership education program that strives to instill a sense of stewardship in the fraternity.
Risk Manager: Atticus Bolyard
Atticus is a junior at the college. He is from Harrisonburg, Virginia and is majoring in Mathematics. Atticus is the current Risk Manager. He is charged with ensuring that the fraternity is up-to-date on safety protocol for all of events it holds. In his free time, Atticus enjoys being apart of the Sailing Club and EDM Club here at the College.
Recruitment Chair: Michael ide
Michael is a junior at the College of William & Mary. He is from Fairfax, Virginia and is double-majoring in Economics and Philosophy. As the Recruitment Chair, Michael is charged with attracting potential new members to the fraternity and managing the fraternity's approach to the recruitment process, knowing full well that "Rush Never Ends." In his free time, he serves as President of the Jujitsu Club.
Historian: Henry Melzer
Henry Melzer is a junior at the College of William and Mary. He is from Charlottesville, Virginia and has plans to double-major in Chemistry and Religious Studies. As Historian, Henry is in charge of building an alumni database, establishing an alumni newsletter, and compiling the Annual Report, a comprehensive document of all of the fraternity's doings. The Report aids the fraternity in winning the coveted True Merit Award.
Event Coordinator: Chandler Julien
Chandler is a senior from Williamsburg, Virginia double-majoring in Government and History. He serves as Events Coordinator. As Coordinator, Chandler is charged with overseeing all social aspects of the fraternity. These aspects include, but are not limited to, social events, homecoming events, and formals. Outside of ATO, he is a lifeguard for the Campus Recreation Center. He also works at Busch Gardens, helping manage their finances.
Philanthropy: Jacob Hill
Jacob is a sophomore from Marietta, Georgia that is majoring in Public Policy. He is very involved with the Mock Trial group here at the College. As Philanthropy Chairman, Jacob is in charge of coordinating and running the fraternity's philanthropic events. This semester, he is putting on the first ATO Spikeball tournament, taking place on April 8th.
Social Service: Alex Love
Alex was born in small town called Marysville, Oklahoma. Most of his family still lives there. After a while he and his parents moved to Florida, where Alex graduated high school. He is now a junior Business Analytics and English double-major with a concentration on Journalism. He is involved in Mock Trial, the cycling team and a small literary magazine, Born on the Fourth. In his free time, he likes to spend time with his grandma and completes sudoku.
Intramural Sports: Grayson Fusaro
Grayson is from Fredericksburg, Virginia. He studies Government and and is considering applying to the Mason School of Business. He is an avid sports fan, particularly for his D.C. favorites. As Intramural chair, Grayson is charged with handling the funds that allow the fraternity to compete in various IM sports. He coordinates sports with the sororities and organizes the fraternity's IM schedule.
Scholarship and PR : Will Boyd
Will Boyd is a junior at the College of William & Mary. He is from Richmond, Virginia and is majoring in Marketing with a minor in Economics. Will's role as Scholarship chair includes keeping the brothers up to the strong academic standard that ATO exhibits on campus. As PR chair, he is charged with maintaining the social media presences of ATO as well as this website. In his free time, Will is very into sports and is on-air talent for the broadcasts of Tribe Athletics.
Health and Wellness: Patrick Maurizi
Patrick Maurizi is a junior studying Economics with a minor in accounting. Hailing from Fairfax, VA, Patrick spends much of his time volunteering as a tutor at Hornsby MS and brushing up on his Spanish. As Health and Wellness Chair, Patrick works to educate the fraternity, and the Greek community as a whole, on issues of sexual misconduct. He also coordinates the fraternity's workout hours to ensure that everyone is staying active as they strive for academic excellence.