Chief of Student Organizations
Robert Olson is a senior at Loyola University Chicago, double majoring in history and international studies, with a minor in Rome studies. His current initiatives as Chief of Student Organizations include implementing a more efficient Orgsync training process, a Universal Posting Policy, and restructuring the Campus Activities Network to better serve the Loyola RSO community. Throughout his career at Loyola University Chicago, Robert has been an experiential learner. He served as a senator in USGA his freshman year, was initiated into the brotherhood of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, and actively participated in Loyola Running Club, among a wide-variety of other extra-curricular activities. After studying abroad for a year at the John Felice Rome Center, Robert returned to serve as the Representative for Sorority and Fraternity Life on the Campus Activities Network. In his free time, he is an avid learner of languages. Fluent in Italian and Spanish, he is currently taking Arabic classes. Robert plans to enter law school to pursue international law, with the hopes of serving abroad in the US Foreign Service. He often remarks to those in leadership positions around him to "ask not what the world CAN do for you, instead ask, what CAN you do for the world?"