2017-2018 Executive Board
Christopher Pinango is a Sophomore, of Venezuelan/Italian background, from Caracas, Venezuela currently residing in Miami, Florida. Christopher is seeking a dual degree in Criminology and International Affairs. Along with his fraternity involvement, Christopher has served in the 69th Student Senate for the Student Government Association as a Senator, Summer Judiciary Chair, and Interim President Pro-Tempore. He currently serves as a Senator in the 70th Student Senate, Vice President of Membership for the Garnet and Gold Key Leadership Honorary, and is a member of President Thrasher's Panel on University Namings and Recognitions.
Why did you love MGC: MGC has given me a home away from home. My leadership has developed tremendously because of MGC. This council also represent diversity on so many levels, whether it's traditions or cultures. It is also more than just a representation of our 10 chapters. It's a representation of each individual put into one.
Crystal is a Senior here at Florida State University, who will be completing a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science this Spring of 2018. Crystal is a Persian-American environmentalist who grew up near the Forgotten Coast, in Wakulla County, Florida. She served as Membership Director on the 2016-2017 executive Board and is currently Vice President of both the Multicultural Greek Council and her sorority, Kappa Delta Chi. Greek Conduct Board and FSU Greek Ambassador program are some of the few things she is involved on campus for. Currently she is interning for Rethink Energy Florida, a non-profit that advocates and educates the public on the use of renewable energy resources, as the Outreach & Chapter Liaison.
Veronica Franco is a Senior, double majoring in Criminology and Sociology. She is of proud Colombian decent, originally from Stratford, Connecticut. Not only is she heavily involved with her sorority, she is an after-school volunteer for Hartsfield Elementary and works for the Florida Department of Corrections, under the Inspector General.
Why did you join MGC: MGC gave me a chance to prosper as a leader of an immense campus, like Florida State. I was able to gain a mentor and a family. Being that MGC is inclusive to all ethnicities and races, I was given the opportunity to embrace my culture and others.
Kelly Prida is a Junior, of Cuban and Peruvian background, from Miami seeking a double major in Political Science and Editing, Writing, and Media. Along with her sorority involvement, she is part of the founding class of the Diversity and Inclusion Institute and works with the law office of Anderson and Hart, P.A.
Why did you join MGC: MGC is accepting of all cultures, races, ethnicities, and backgrounds. It serves as a home away from home. MGC formed the path for me to not only develop as a leader but expand my connections and relationships with the student body here at Florida State, and for that I can't be thankful enough!