President: Keith Ho

Junior, Class of 2019

Computer Science / Technology information management Double Major

Rho Class

From Millbrae, California, Keith aspires to be a technical program manager in the future. In his free time, he enjoys rock climbing, weightlifting and volunteers as a wrestling coach at Santa Cruz High.


Senior vIce President: April Lin

Junior, Class of 2019

Business Management Economics Major with accounting emphasis

Tau Class

Originally from a small town east of Los Angeles, Monterey Park, April has gone from working at the 626 Night Market to landing an internship with one of the Big Four accounting firms. She loves singing, playing the ukulele, eating cheap good food, and making people laugh. Ever since she joined Delta Sigma Pi, she has been given opportunities in developing her professional career while making life long friendships. As the current Senior Vice President, April hopes to lead with integrity, diligence, commitment, and a little bit of humor. 


VP Chapter Operations: Adam trinh

Senior, Class of 2018

Business Management Economics Major with Accounting Emphasis

Mu Class

Being a part of Delta Sigma Pi since his freshman year, Adam has had many opportunities to hold multiple positions and network with various brothers across the United States. Once he graduates, he plans to start his full time position as an audit assistant at Deloitte. During his free time, Adam enjoys working out, playing sports and eating steaks.


VP Finance: Koshiro 'Colin' Kawai 

Sophomore, Class of 2020

Technology Information Management Major

Rho Class

Although his sedentary lifestyle mirrors the behavior of his tortoise, he is far from dull. From Arcadia, California, Colin is passionate in cooking Tasty recipes, watching Mixed Martial Arts, and creating mechanical keyboards. He is pursuing a career in product or project management in hopes to start his own company in the future. As the Vice President of Finance he organizes our fundraisers and manages all the funds of the chapter.


Chancellor: Manpreet 'Munni' Bhandal

junior, Class of 2019

Business Management Economics Major

Tau Class

Munni adores both makeup and cars, while developing herself spiritually through meditation and yoga. She is a Pre-Law student from San Jose, California with dreams of becoming a Corporate Lawyer in the future. As Chancellor, Munni conducts meetings using Robert's Rules of Order and enforces the Bylaws of the Fraternity. 


VP Community Service: Michael Lewis

Senior, Class of 2018

Economics & Psychology Double Major     

Rho Class

An avid gamer, music enthusiast, and dreamer! You can find Michael on his PlayStation, Spotify, and coming up with ways to make the world a better place. Coming from San Diego, Michael love to wear Vans, button downs, and Costco socks pulled all the way up.


VP Scholarship & awards: Mary Chern

junior, Class of 2019

Computer Science & Economics Double Major

Tau Class

From Lafayette, California, Mary is a third-year student who enjoys choreographing and performing with the UCSC Dance Team, reading Harry Potter books, and spending time with friends and their dogs. While currently working as an IT Consultant on campus, she aspires to become a product manager in the future. As Vice President of Scholarships and Awards, Mary ensures the chapter upholds scholarship and informs the chapter about all opportunities for individual and chapter fraternal recognition.


VP Brotherhood & Social Development: Ricky Cheung

Senior, Class of 2018

Business Management Economics & Politics Double Major

Rho Class

Born and raised in San Francisco, Rick enjoys reading, meditating, watching Netflix, cooking, and powerlifting. Ricky has traveled to various inter-chapter events including Delta Sigma Pi's national convention (Grand Chapter Congress) in New Orleans. It was during this time that he realized his passion for networking and socializing with others, which is why he ran for his current position: Vice President of Brotherhood and Social Development. Having previous experience in accounting and various desk-jobs, Ricky realized that he does not like absolute stability and comfort. He aspires to be an entrepreneur where everyday is new, exciting, and even scary.


VP Professional Activities: Beau Dermanjian

Junior, Class of 2019

Business Management Economics Major

Rho Class

Beau enjoys working with people so he aspires to go into Marketing or Human Resources after college. He also loves coffee and hopes to one day open his own cafe in the future.


VP Alumni Relations: Lisa Tanaka

Sophomore, Class of 2020

Business Management Economics Major

Tau Class

Originally from Daly City, Lisa has a passion for adventuring, hiking, and eating delicious foods with good company. She is pursing a career in management in the future with hopes of someday owning her own cafe. As the Vice President of Alumni Relations, Lisa reaches out to alumni Brothers who are in the work force to reinforce their relationship with our current chapter.


VP External Affairs: Andy Nguyen

Senior, Class of 2018

Business Management Economics Major

Omicron Class

From San Jose, California, Andy remains one of Pi Chi's main photographers since he first crossed. His love for film, music and street culture fuel his passion towards creative arts. As VP External Affairs, Andy maintains the chapter's websites, social media outlets & photographs various chapter events. He is currently a Digital Marketing Intern at the Santa Cruz Symphony and strives to receive a Master's Degree in Marketing.