Officers

Meet The 2014-2015 Zeta Iota Officers.


As President, Sean is responsible for the planning and conducting of chapter operations. In addition, he acts as a liaison between the Chapter and other organizations inside and outside of the University. For the upcoming year Sean’s goals for the chapter include improving relations with accounting firms while expanding Zeta Iota’s network to include more employers. This year, Sean’s main focus is to improve the chapter’s “soft skills” through the introduction of social activities and group volunteering.

Sean has been working with the Zeta Iota Chapter for three years. He previously served as the Reporting Secretary for the 2013-2014 academic year. Sean plans to graduate from the University of Nevada, Reno in spring of 2015 with a dual Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and Finance. After graduation Sean intends to pursue his Masters of Business Administration as well as his CPA, CMA and CFA. He hopes to use his degrees and certifications in the nonprofit sector focusing on education and environmental preservation. When Sean is not studying business, he can be found in the mountains snowboarding or hanging out with the BAP treasurer, Campbell Troup.

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Joe Hatchett was elected to Reporter for the 2014-2015 academic year. As reporter, he is responsible for the records for all active members as well as reporting the names of all new initiates and officers to the Executive Office. He also maintains a complete record of all hours attained by members of the organization regarding their attendance at chapter-sanctioned events. His personal goal for the chapter is to ensure the organization is as beneficial to future members as it has been for him and his peers.

Joe was raised in Davis, California where he spent the first 20 years of his life. He moved to Reno in 2010 to become closer with his brother, who has been at the University of Nevada, Reno since 2003. In May of 2015, he will graduate with his Bachelor’s in Accounting and begin a career in public accounting. His goals include achieving the CPA designation and later obtaining an MBA. In his spare time, he enjoys rock climbing, golfing, and cooking.

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Campbell Troup was elected Treasurer of the Zeta Iota chapter after spending one year as Vice President of Technology during the 2013-2014 school year. As treasurer he is responsible for collecting dues, preparing financial statements, and organizing fundraising activities. Campbell decided to run for this position because he believes he can make the chapter more financially sustainable for the future. Campbell shares the same goals as his friend and president, Sean Holmes, to work on the chapter’s soft skills in and out of the classroom. Campbell plans on achieving this by creating fun fundraising activities between the chapter and the firms.
Campbell was raised in San Diego, CA before moving to Reno, NV in 2006. He attended Bishop Manogue Catholic High School before beginning his college career in 2010. In May of 2014, Campbell graduated with his Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from the University of Nevada, Reno. Prior to graduation, Campbell received the John R Mills Outstanding Student Award for his diligence in and out of the class room. Campbell decided to continue his college endeavor after graduation, and joined the Master’s in Accountancy program at the University of Nevada, Reno. He will graduate with his masters in May of 2015 with over 150 credits. After graduation Campbell will continue to work in public accounting, pass the CPA exam, and become a CPA. When Campbell is not working or at school he enjoys hiking in the Lake Tahoe Basin and spending time at the beach with friends and family.Contact Me: renobaptreasurer@gmail.com


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The Vice President of Community Service is responsible for assembling community service events for members and candidates. Community service events include proctoring and holding review sessions for the lower-division accounting students, and participating in events that the community holds whether directly volunteering or showing support for a cause. The Vice President of Community Service is also responsible of keeping track of these hours and reports directly to the President. This year, Brenda hopes to encourage the Zeta Iota Chapter to participate in more community service activities beyond the scope of proctoring and tutoring and really make an impact on the community.Brenda is a Nevada native and a first generation college student. She is a transfer student from the local community college and transferred to the University of Nevada during the summer of 2013. Currently a Senior and anticipating graduation in the spring with her Bachelor’s in Accounting, she plans on going to graduate school either in the fall or the following spring semester to pursue a Master’s in Finance or Information Systems (she hasn’t quite decided yet). During her spare time (if she has any) she enjoys hanging out with her family and friends and enjoys reading a good book with a cup of tea (her favorite being East of Eden). She also likes to run and enjoys Zumba.

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