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Gamma Kappa Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta
1803 W. Campus Road
(303) 869-5149


Travis Howard:

My name is Travis Howard, I am a sophomore double major in Mechanical Engineering and Materials Engineering. In my time with the chapter I have served as Graduate Relations and as Pledge Educator of Gamma Kappa’s largest pledge class. As president, I plan on emphasizing scholarship, communication, and involvement within the Fraternity, as well as outside. I hope to build upon the success of the past few years, and ease the growing pains of the chapter, while encouraging brothers to further expand our influence. I am proud to lead such a fine chapter, and excited for what the future will hold for us

Alex House:

I was born in Vail Colorado, and I currently reside in Houston Texas. I am a junior in Geophysical Engineering, and am a member of the CSM Band. I look forward to a great term as Treasurer for Gamma Kappa and look forward to the future.

Recording Secretary
Drew Potter:

I grew up in Centennial, Colorado and attended Kent Denver and Denver Academy where I graduated in 2007. I then came to mines, declared a mechanical engineering major, and promptly learned that I hated it. So I changed to a biochemistry and have been happy ever since. I love cars, triathlons, and snowboarding. I hope to go to medical school and be a medical researcher.

Corresponding Secretary
Mark Manganello:

My name is Mark Joseph Manganello and I am a Metallurgical and Materials major. I grew up in Anderson, South Carolina. My interests include swimming, camping, hiking, and being a true southern gentleman. When I graduate I plan on attending graduate school to earn a masters and hope to do research in the materials field. I am looking forward to a great year as Corresponding Secretary and hope to push the position forward.

Matt Bailey:

My name is Matt Bailey and I’m a junior with a major in Mathematical & Computer Sciences. I hail from the town of Golden, CO with college being closer to home than my high school was. I am enjoying my time in Fiji and have been excited with the recent growth of our chapter. As the new historian for the Gamma Kappa chapter I am looking forward to keeping the fraternity ritual intact, as well as making the brothers more aware of the stories and lore of our own house. With the recent colonization of new Fiji chapters in the state as well, I plan to visit and help them out with the growing pains of learning all there is to know. The last cabinent made very successful strides for the chapter and I only expect this new cabinent to continue the good path we are on.