INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana – The Delta Chi Fraternity is pleased to announce the hiring of four Leadership Consultants. Taylor Anzivino, Eastern Washington ‘21, Armando Alanis Flores, San Antonio ‘21, Nathan Bothwell, Kansas State ‘21, and Hogan Veserat, Whitewater ‘20, will join the IHQ staff on June 7, 2021. In addition to the hiring of these new staff members, we are excited to announce the promotion of Kelby Schultz, Iowa State ‘19, and Jordon Thatch, Little Rock ‘18, to Coordinator of Field Operations positions.
Anzivino (he/him/his) joins the Fraternity staff after serving as “A”, “C”, Philanthropy Chair, and Scholarship Chair during his collegiate tenure at Eastern Washington University. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Music and was heavily involved in the institution’s choir programs. Anzivino traveled to Estonia to share American choral music and debut his first choral arrangement.
Flores (he/him/his) joins staff after earning a Master of Business Administration from Texas A&M University, San Antonio. During his time in Delta Chi, he served as Social Media Chair and “D” and was heavily involved in Student Government Association as the Vice President and Treasurer. Among his accomplishments, he served as a Financial Literacy Fellow, President of the Student Investment Organization, and was recognized with the institution’s “Spirit of the Jaguar” award.
Bothwell (he/him/his) served as the inaugural Health & Wellness Chair for the Kansas State Chapter during his collegiate tenure. He exhibited tremendous service to the Student Governing Association (SGA), serving as Speaker of the Student Senate, Speaker pro tempore of the Student Senate, the SGA Intern Program Coordinator, and the Student Senator for the College of Arts and Sciences. He was recognized as the Kansas State IFC Man of the Year and was named the University’s Dean of Student Life Outstanding Graduating Senior this spring.
Veserat (he/him/his) graduated from University of Wisconsin – Whitewater in May 2020 with a BBA, majoring in Finance and Marketing. He served his chapter in several capacities, including Co-Chair of the Fundraising Committee and the founding Chair of the Health and Wellness Committee. He demonstrated significant service to Whitewater’s student government, serving two terms as Student Body Vice President and as a senator. He was awarded the Wyman Distinguished Student Leader Award for his involvement throughout his academic career.
Schultz (he/him/his) joined staff the summer of 2019 as a Leadership Consultant after serving the previous summer as a Convention Intern. During his time as a Senior Leadership Consultant, he served the chapters of Regions V, VI, and IX, while also serving on expansion projects at Towson University, Creighton University, and University of Texas at Austin. He will continue to serve his chapter portfolio in this new capacity in addition to elevating the current services provided by the Field Operations team.
Thatch (he/him his) joined the headquarters team in June 2019 as a Leadership Consultant. Throughout his staff tenure, later going on to serve as a Senior Leadership Consultant, Thatch supported a large portfolio of chapters predominately across the Western United States and Canada. His coaching chapters include groups in Regions I, II, III, IV, and VIII, and he has served as expansion support for projects at West Virginia University and San Diego State University. He will continue to support his chapter portfolio in this new role in addition to new responsibilities.