Florida State Chapter Making a Difference in their Community

The FL Epsilon Lambda Chapter of Pi Lambda Phi at Florida State University was recolonized during the Fall semester of 2019. In less than a year, the Brothers are already engraving their mark on both the campus and the local community.

Chapter President, Sam Lopez (pictured) was recently appointed to the Board of Trustees of the Student Foundation at FSU. The Student Foundation is a student ran organization that raises and manages funds and then allocates them to areas of campus that enhance student development and the collegiate experience.

Brother Lopez is not the only one investing time in the community. Brothers Tommy Capobianco and Quentin England were recently appointed as the Executive Director of “The Big Event” and the Vice President of Administrative Affairs for “Garnet and Gold Key” respectfully. Both organizations are centered around leadership, civic engagement, and community service.

Lopez had this to say on his Chapter’s commitment to making a difference in their community; “Community service is extremely important for fraternities in the 21st century. To keep the Chapter engaged within the community during the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re hoping to partner up with other organizations on campus to make sure we’re able to make the biggest difference possible within our community.”

The recent pandemic has not slowed this chapter’s commitment to their community; this spring semester alone the Chapter completed over 480 hours of community service.

Congratulations to the Brothers from Florida State for all their accomplishments. We look forward to seeing what comes next!