Alex Wilf is a senior studying Computer Science. Outside of singing Bass in Glee Club, Alex loves cooking, hiking, playing chess, and building software projects. Alex has lived in San Francisco for two of his summers in college, and hopes to return after graduation.
Marshall Cherry is a Senior studying Chemical Engineering from Hastings, MI. He now serves as Glee Club's Vice President after serving as the Tickets Manager for two years. Marshall believes camaraderie makes Glee Club a welcoming organization where all members can grow into men capable of positively impacting their environments. Marshall is also a three-year member of the Friars and spends a great deal of his time outside of Club and class marching with trombone section in the Michigan Marching Band. Marshall has worked at Teton Valley Ranch Camp in Dubois, WY for the past three summers and is planning on returning once more after graduation.
Alex Ingraham is a master of public health student studying epidemiology. Prior to becoming parliamentarian Alex created an anonymous survey to assess the financial situation of current glee club members. In the spirit of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives put in place by the University of Michigan, Alex plans to use this data, to inform decisions made by the executive community that will make Glee Club more accessible to all members, regardless of their financial situation. Outside of club Alex enjoys playing chess and watching musicals.
Alumni relations manager
Arthur Mengozzi is a junior studying International Studies and Russian. His favorite Glee Club activities are David Wynne Night and the annual Spring Tour. In his tenure as Archivist, Arthur organized a presentation for new members of Glee Club to learn about the organization’s history. Outside Glee Club, Arthur enjoys studying foreign languages, reading, and practicing piano.
Alumni Relations Manager emeritus
Jacob Emery is a junior political science major and the Alumni Relations Manager for the Glee Club. Jacob also sings bass in The Friars. Outside of Club he is a workshop facilitator with the Prison Creative Arts Project, is a member of Kappa Alpha Pi Pre-Law Professional Fraternity, and in the Residential College. Jacob aims to create more opportunities for mentorship within the Club and with alumni.
Jack Riley is a sophomore in the School of Engineering, majoring in Civil Engineering with a minor in Electrical Engineering. In addition to our annual hill concerts, he loves meeting new clubbers and participating in small group sings around campus. Outside of Club, Jack loves 3D modeling, playing board games, and hammocking.
publicity manager emeritus
Zion Jackson is a Junior from Dewitt, Michigan studying Voice Performance. Zion sings Tenor 1 in club and serves as the Assistant Business Manager. He enjoys performing and is involved in musical theatre with MUSKET. Zion enjoys traveling, cooking, and discovering new music. Zion hopes to help with Club development, and to integrate new business team practices.
Assistant Business Manager
Matthew Lichtinger is a freshman in the College of Engineering. In addition to singing Bass in club, he is involved with the Red Cross Club and Elementary Engineering Partnerships. His favorite part of club is sharing music with so many people and he hopes he can find ways to further broaden the scope of the club's performances.
Assistant Operations manager
Michael Klettner is a junior in the College of Engineering studying Computer Science Engineering. Along with singing Tenor II, Michael is also involved with both Eta Kappa Nu and St. Mary’s Student Parish on campus. As Assistant Operations Manager, Michael strives to ensure that all operations related to Club run smoothly and efficiently. In his free time, he enjoys listening to music, traveling, and making memories with friends.