2014 E. Fleming Mason Memorial D.C. Interns

2014 Mason Interns at Mulberry Hill Front Porch Steps

Andrew Lock (Alpha Eta – Westminster ’11)
Internship – Mercatus Center at George Mason University
Andrew Performed a variety of roles in his chapter, including Council of Honor Chairman, Crusade Commander, and Number I. His studies have traveled all the way to the United Kingdom as he spent a full semester abroad studying Political Science at the University of Winchester. During his time on campus, Andy has been involved in three years of varsity soccer, the Westminster College tutoring program, and has worked in the Office for Study Abroad and Off-Campus Activities. Andy now works for the Order’s National Administrative Office as an Associate Director for Chapter Services.

Colt Schmidtke (Gamma Xi – Lamar ’12)
Internship – National Republican Congressional Committee
Colt is a junior at Lamar University, and is a Political Science major. He has been involved on campus, serving as the Vice President of the Student Senate and is the current President of the College Republicans. He is the current Vice President of the Greek Council, and is the Treasure of IFC. He has served as the Number II, IV, VI, and is currently in his first term as Number I. He is the first Gamma Xi member to be Walsh Province Undergraduate Chairman. Off campus, he is highly involved with current Texas Attorney General reg Abbott’s campaign for governor. Upon graduation, he plans to attend law school, and from there possibly further his involvement in politics.

Samuel Mercer (Alpha Sigma – Georgia Tech ’10)
Internship – LS Group
Sam is a senior at Georgia Tech studying Polymer and Fiber Engineering with a certificate in Business Administration. He has served as recruitment chairman, formal chairman, and was a chapter representative at the 2013 Convention in San Antonio. On campus, he completed three co-op semesters with Kimberly-Clark Corporation, working on a research and development team as well as a product development team. He was recently inducted into the Order of Omega, and has been on the Dean’s list seven semesters. After graduation in December, Sam plans to pursue a career in his industry and pursuing a graduate degree.

Stefan Iverson (Beta Delta – Georgetown College ’12)
Internship – National Institutes of Health
Stefan Iverson is a rising senior majoring in Biology with a minor in Chemistry. Stefan served two years as Number IV and is currently the Number I. Stefan has served as a President’s Ambassador, Public Relation Chair for Student Government Association, Order of Omega and played goalkeeper for the varsity soccer team. Outside of class, Stefan has been active in shadowing various doctors to gain experience in the medical field. Upon graduation, Stefan hopes to attend medical school at the University of Kentucky and become a pediatric physician.

Thanh Le (Alpha Omicron – Arkansas ’14)
Internship – Congressman Robert Pittenger (Omicron – Texas ’67)
Thanh is a rising senior and is currently double majoring in Business Administration and Political Science. Thanh is a re-founding member of his chapter, and served as the Number III, Scholarship Chairman and Project Outreach Chairman. Thanh is also very involved on campus with the Student Alumni Association. Thahn also represented Kappa Alpha and the University of Arkansas’ Greek Life in Washington D.C. as a student lobbyist in the spring of 2014 by working with congressional members to gain support for the Collegiate Housing and Infrastructure Act (H.R. 1449/S.654). After graduation, Thanh plans to attend law school and work in D.C. Thanh was named on of the student members of the board of directors for the Fraternity & Sorority Political Action Committee. He is the first KA student member. Other bard members include: Larry Stanton Wiese and James R. Estes, Jr.