David Johnson, a member of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity, has been elected president of the Northwestern State University Interfraternity Council (IFC), while Char Wilson will serve as Vice President of Recruitment and Programming.
The governing body exists to perpetuate the best interests of the seven fraternity organizations it represents. It is dedicated to academic achievement, service to the Northwestern and the Natchitoches communities, as well as to the development of leadership through educational programming. The IFC aids chapters in the areas of recruitment, risk management, academic, service, public relations, financial and educational programming.
Johnson has served several roles on the Beta Omicron Chapter executive council, most recently as archon. The senior from Denham Springs was also selected for Pi Kapp College for Emerging Leaders, the fraternity’s emerging leaders institute held at the University of South Carolina. On NSU’s campus, he has been a member of the nationally competitive rowing team, N-Siders, and serves on the Student Activities Board. As a member of the 2017 Gear Up Florida team, David cycled 845 miles from Tampa to Tallahassee on behalf of people with disabilities. David and his teammates raised $97,129 for accessibility projects and programs for The Ability Experience, the fraternity’s philanthropy. He is also a multi-year recipient of the prestigious David D. Morgan ‘Extra Mile’ Scholarship.
Wilson, a junior Biology major from Shreveport, currently serves as Secretary of Pi Kappa Phi, Event Coordinator of the Student Activities Board, President’s Leadership Program, Demon Days Committee, Spirit of Northwestern Marching Band, NSU concert band, NASA JOVE research program, Alpha Lambda Delta First Year Honor Society, Freshman Connection, Order of Omega and NSU Cheer. He is also a recipient of the Morgan ‘Extra Mile’ Scholarship and was elected 2018 Homecoming King.