Vice President of Academic Affairs
My name is Stephen Pierce I the currently the Vice President of Academic Affairs at La Salle. I am a dual major in history and political science with a minor in religion. I am very active on campus, some of my activities included being president of the newly formed John Quincy Adams Society a club dedicated to talking about America’s role in the world, President of the Histories Magazine, a thrower on the track and field team, and newly hired CA at La Salle Apartments. My favorite hobbies are working out, reading, and watching movies. I love being VP of Academic Affairs, working alongside the provost and being a representative for the students at La Salle as we start to expand our campus in this exciting chapter in La Salle history!
Vice President of Business Affairs
Kyle McIntosh is in his senior year here at La Salle University, studying Public Relations and Marketing. He is a transfer student from the community around La Salle, having attended the Community College of Philadelphia and Manor College before finishing his Associate’s Degree.
He attended Benjamin Franklin High School, a public institution across the street from the School District of Philadelphia central office, and only a few blocks away from Center City. Kyle used his proximity to the busiest part of the city to his advantage, volunteering for community service events, attending professional development workshops provided by organizations such as Comcast, Aramark, Citizen’s Bank, and Philadelphia Academies. This allowed him to get his first job at 14 working with an event company in the Penn’s Landing area. From there, Kyle has worked in retail & retail management, auto sales, customer service, and even started his own PC repair company before focusing on a career in communication.
Vice President of Public Affairs
Liam B. Harrison
Liam B. Harrison is a sophomore Marketing-Finance double major at La Salle University. He is a part of the class of 2020 and was elected Vice President of Public Affairs in the spring of 2017. Liam is a part of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity and the Business Scholars Co-Op Program. He has sat on the dining hall services and funding board committees. He hails from Saratoga, New York and skis, plays baseball, and writes in his spare time.