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Critical Conversations Facilitator Bios

The Critical Conversations Speaker Series sets out to provide a number of opportunities for chapters to engage with skilled facilitators in prevention education programming and Pi Phi values. Collegians have the opportunity to engage in one Speaker Series annually.

Speaker Series facilitators are individuals, often campus-based professionals or Pi Phi alumnae, who will travel to Pi Phi chapters throughout the academic year to deliver the Critical Conversations curriculum. These facilitators were selected and trained to be effective in delivering prevention education content and navigating tough topics with chapter members. Whether a facilitator is a Campus Fraternity/Sorority Advisor, Fraternity/Sorority HQ Staff or Pi Phi alumna, he or she has experience working with college students and delivering content to groups.

Pi Phi is proud to present the following individuals as Speaker Series facilitators!

Abby Ford   Abby Ford
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Organizational Growth Expert, Phired Up Productions

Abby graduated from Florida State University with a degree in Elementary Education in 2016, and recently graduated with her master's in Higher Education and Student Affairs at Indiana University. She now works for Phired Up Productions as an Organizational Growth Expert, where she has the opportunity to work with chapters to make the fraternity and sorority experience better through engaging in tough conversations surrounding sisterhood and organizational growth. Abby enjoys spending time with friends, going to Orangetheory, quoting Harry Potter, and all things Disney!
Alex Dudek   Alex Dudek
Pi Kappa Phi
Assistant Director for Fraternity and Sorority Life, UNC Charlotte

Alex completed received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Bowling Green State University in 2014 with a degree in Political Science. He then attended Grand Valley State University, where he received his Masters of Education degree in 2016 in Higher Education Administration - College Student Affairs Leadership. He serves as the Assistant Director for Fraternity and Sorority Life at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte, and is highly involved in multiple Greek organizations and associations. Alex is a brother of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity.
Alex Roark Headshot   Alex Roark
Pi Beta Phi
Assistant Director of Extension, Pi Beta Phi Headquarters

Alex graduated from the University of New Mexico in 2010 and began working for Pi Phi as a Leadership Development Consultant. After two years as an LDC, she entered into her current role as the Assistant Director Extension. Alex works with Pi Phi's extension, assists in the new chapter processes and supervises the Resident LDCs at Pi Phi's new chapters.
Alex Shaw   Alex Shaw
Pi Beta Phi
Recruiting Coordinator, Lyft

Alex is originally from Williamsburg, Virginia and graduated from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville in 2016 with a degree in Psychology. During undergrad, she became a member of the Tennessee Gamma chapter of Pi Beta Phi, serving as Vice President of Housing, a Recruitment Counselor, and Chapter President. During her first year out of college, she served as a Resident Leadership Development Consultant and helped colonize the South Carolina Beta Chapter of Pi Beta Phi at Clemson University. Alex lives in Nashville, Tennessee and works as a Recruiting Coordinator for Lyft. In her spare time, Alex loves cheering on the Tennessee Vols, finding new places to eat in Nashville, and spending time with her dog, Kaya!
Alexis Karwoski   Alexis Karwoski
Pi Beta Phi
Assistant Director of Sorority and Fraternity Life, Indiana University-Bloomington

Alexis is an Indiana Delta from Purdue University. She served the Fraternity for two years as a Resident Leadership Development Consultant, assisting in the colonization and reestablishment of WA Beta, SC Alpha, and DE Alpha. Alexis earned her M.S.Ed. in Higher Education and Student Affairs from Indiana University, where she currently serves as the Assistant Director of Sorority and Fraternity Life. In this role, she advises chapter and council leaders, teaches a leadership training course in the School of Education, and regularly facilitates leadership programming for fraternity and sorority students. Alexis strives to remain an active volunteer in Pi Beta Phi by serving on IN Beta's Chapter House Corporation, serving as a Recruitment Coach, and planning reunions with her consultant classes as often as possible.
Alicia Delaney Headshot   Alicia Delaney
Alpha Chi Omega
Chapter Services and Program Development Coordinator, Pi Beta Phi Headquarters

Alicia is a graduate of William Woods University where she studied Psychology and Communications. She was initiated into the Delta Chi chapter of Alpha Chi Omega. While she was a collegian, she served for several years on the executive board and nationally as a Convention Page and a Foundation Board Student Trustee. Her love and passion for improving Greek Life is what brought her to Pi Beta Phi Headquarters. She started in January 2015 and served as the Fraternity Housing Corporation's Housing Manager until August 2017. She currently serves in the role of Chapter Services & Program Development Coordinator where she provides focused effort to address chapter programming needs, including the continued implementation of Critical Conversations. 
Allen White   Allen White
Iota Phi Theta
Associate Director of Campus Centers for Fraternity & Sorority Life, New Jersey Institute of Technology and National Director of Undergraduate Affairs

Allen currently serves as the Assistant Director for Fraternity and Sorority Affairs at Rutgers University New Brunswick. He previously served as the Associate Director for Fraternity and Sorority Life at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. Prior to working at NJIT, Allen worked with Fraternities &Sororities at George Mason University, the University of North Texas and the University of South Florida. Currently, he also serves as the National Director of Undergraduate Affairs for Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. In his spare time Allen enjoys cooking and entertaining friends, running outside, watching good(bad) TV and finding new additions to his sneaker collection.

Allie Crouse

Allie Crouse Crolata
Delta Gamma
Director of Member Services, Delta Gamma Headquarters

After graduating from WSU, Allie changed course from wanting to be a high school English teacher to wanting to work with college students. This led her to the University of Arkansas where she completed the Higher Ed/Student Affairs graduate program. While there, Allie's primary professional role was working in Fraternity & Sorority Housing, where I lived-in as the first female House Director for the men of Fiji. Since then, Allie has had a handful of jobs and lots of relocations. Currently, she serves as the Director of Member Services for Delta Gamma Executive Offices. This includes oversight of all collegiate services, collegiate crisis response/intervention, alumnae services, extension, and the traveling consultant program. On a personal note, she loves anything nerdy: Harry Potter, comic book movies, fun glasses, obscure bands, trivia competitions, awards shows, cardigan sweaters and watching Jeopardy. She is also the proud mother of the most handsome rescue dog on the planet, Buddy.
Allison Lane   Allison Lane
Kappa Alpha Theta
Program Coordinator for Sorority and Fraternity Life, Loyola Marymount University

Allison is a member of Kappa Alpha Theta, which kick-started her interest in working with collegiate women. She is from Long Island, New York and attended the University of Delaware for her undergraduate degree in Interpersonal Communications. After graduation, Allison traveled North to Boston University and received her masters in Higher Education Administration. Currently, you can find Allison in Los Angeles working at LMU in their Sorority & Fraternity Life office, working specifically with the Interfraternity Council and Multicultural Organizations.  In her spare time, Allison loves catching up on Parks and Rec, playing tennis, and exploring LA.
Allison Wagner   Allison Wagner
Alpha Chi Omega
Program Coordinator, University of Houston

Originally from Sugar Land, TX, Allison graduated from Texas A&M University with a bachelor of arts in Communication. After graduation, she moved to Orlando, FL to work at Walt Disney World. She currently works as a Program Coordinator at the University of Houston, where she assists in the development of campus support services at an extension campus in Sugar Land. She is a member of the Iota Alpha chapter of Alpha Chi Omega and has served as risk management specialist, Leadership Academy facilitator, and corresponding secretary of the Beta Zeta Beta alumnae chapter. She loves chips and queso, Disney parks, and Beyoncé.
Amanda Fishman   Amanda Fishman
Pi Beta Phi
Greek Affairs Coordinator, Georgia Institute of Technology

Currently working in Atlanta, GA with Georgia Institute of Technology in the Greek Affairs office. I am a small town girl coming from Florida and completed grad school at Auburn University who is taking on the 'big city' of Atlanta and loving it. Within the past four years since completing my time in as an undergrad, I have lived in six states due to internships and graduate school experiences. In my spare time I enjoy (short) runs, volunteering, watching sports and traveling!
Amy Klostermann   Amy Klostermann
IT Manager, Pi Beta Phi Headquarters

Amy graduated from Saint Louis University with her bachelor's of science in social work. After college, she worked for Cardinal Ritter Senior Services as a Volunteer Coordinator. She then moved to Chicago for a brief seven months where she worked for Norwood Senior Services in their Foundation. In 2008, she joined Pi Beta Phi as their Executive Assistant until she transferred to the Information Technology department in 2013, where she is currently working as the Fraternity's IT Manager. Amy currently sits on the Young Professionals Board of CHADS Coalition. She has two beautiful cats that she adores and in her spare time, she enjoys photography and being the best aunt possible.
Amy Knack   Amy Knack
Pi Beta Phi
Administrator, National Center for Atmospheric Research

Amy Knack is a Wisconsin Delta from Marquette University (Go Golden Eagles!). She has a bachelor’s in English, Journalism, and Education. She also holds two Master’s Degrees from Regis University in non-profit management and Gonzaga University in Organizational Leadership. She is a past Pi Beta Phi International Officer serving Region 7 as their Risk Management and Policy Specialist. She has a son named Oliver and two horse-dogs named Dasher and Juliet. She is always on the lookout for the next adventure in a stylish pair of shoes and dancing to great music with her son.
Annie Harold   Annie Herold
Pi Beta Phi
Assistant Director of Sorority and Fraternity Residential Life, Emory University

Annie Herold, a native of Louisville, KY, is a graduate of Tulane University (BSPH/BA, 2010) and Emory University School of Law (JD, 2013). Annie currently works at Emory University as the Assistant Director of Sorority and Fraternity Residential Life where she oversees all on-campus sorority and fraternity housing. In her free time Annie enjoys working out, cooking and watching trashy reality TV.
Ashley Dye   Ashley Dye
Pi Beta Phi

Assistant Dean of Students, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Ashley is the Senior Assistant Dean of Students for Fraternity & Sorority Affairs at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She is a two-time University of Illinois graduate with a Bachelor's degree in Community Health and a Master's degree in Higher Education Administration. She returned to the UIUC campus in 2006 after working as the Director of Greek Life at the University of California, Irvine for five years. Ashley has served Pi Beta Phi as a member of the NPC Delegation for 10 years, is a former NPC RFM Specialist and has volunteered in various capacities for several fraternal organizations. She is currently involved in the community as a member of Champaign Rotary and a member of the Champaign-Urbana Schools Foundation Board of Directors. Ashley and her husband, Paul, are huge Illinois sports fans and enjoy traveling! 
karth, ashley   Ashley Karth
Pi Beta Phi
Chapter Services Director, Pi Beta Phi Headquarters

Ashley is an Illinois Eta Pi Phi from Millikin University. After graduation, she served the Fraternity as a traveling Leadership Development Consultant (LDC) for two years before moving to St. Louis to continue to work for the Fraternity. While she's had the opportunity to work in different roles, she's currently the Chapter Services Director where she is responsible for the ongoing training and implementation of the LDC program and supports all chapter services, programming, assessment, chapter finance and recruitment efforts. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and friends exploring St. Louis!
Austin Arias   Austin Arias
Pi Kappa Phi
Assistant Dean of Students, The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

Originally from Tampa, FL, Austin Arias received his bachelor of science degree in Mass Communications from the University of South Florida St. Petersburg (2011). At USF St. Petersburg, Austin was overly involved in nearly every part of campus life. Austin ventured to the Midwest in for change in scenery to pursue a master of science degree in College Student Personnel Administration from Illinois State University (2013). During his time at ISU, Austin served as the graduate assistant for student programming, as well as worked with fraternity & sorority life at Bradley University and orientation at Furman University. Austin currently serves as the Director of Student Involvement at William Peace University, where he oversees student activities, new student orientation, leadership development and civic engagement. Austin served as the Assistant Dean of Students at The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga from 2013 - 2017, working with student activities, fraternity and sorority life and campus traditions.  Austin is a proud initiate of the Zeta Eta Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity at the University of South Florida Tampa. Austin is an active national volunteer for Pi Kappa Phi, Sigma Kappa Sorority, Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority and the NIC. Austin serves as a Lead Facilitator for CAMPUSPEAK, Inc. Austin spends most of his free time with his rescue dog, Fogarty (named after a fraternity founder) or traveling to see close friends.
Brieanna Hodskins Headshot   Brieanna Hodskins
Pi Beta Phi
Program Coordinator, Fraternity/Sorority Life, St. Louis University

Pi Phi Alumna that recently transitioned from working at Pi Phi Headquarters to an on campus professional role as St. Louis University's Program Coordinator for Fraternity/Sorority Life. I love working with collegiate women and empowering them to live up to their highest potential. We are capable of such great things.
Brittany Barnes   Brittany Barnes Deeg
Chi Omega
Director of Curriculum and Training, RISE Partnerships

Brittany Barnes Deeg serves as the Director of Curriculum and Training for RISE Partnerships. She received her bachelor’s degree from Kent State University and is a graduate of the University of Iowa's Higher Education and Student Affairs master's program. In 2015, as an Assistant Director of Fraternity, Sorority and Cooperative Life at Purdue University, Brittany spearheaded the award-winning R.E.S.P.E.C.T. initiative, which was selected for a Kappa Delta Confidence U Grant for its focus on confidence-building in collegiate women. The Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors (AFA) awarded Brittany in 2017 with the Gayle Webb New Professional Award, meant to recognize outstanding contributions to the field of fraternity/sorority advising by a campus-based professional. Brittany joined the RISE staff part-time as a Project Leader in 2015, and has used her expertise on the curriculum and training teams to ensure program are engaging, effective, and student-centric.
Caitlin Kissee   Caitlin Kissee
Pi Beta Phi
Owner/Founder, Propel People Development LLC

Caitlin is a self-proclaimed recovering perfectionist and naturally caffeinated coach. A passionate communicator with a proven track record for maximizing the potential of organizations and individuals, Caitlin is energized by investing in others, leveraging their strengths and seeing significant change. She graduated from Drury University with a BBA in Marketing and Management and has a professional background leading non-profit organizations and telling stories through marketing. After earning her Masters in Organizational Leadership, she transitioned professionally to a career focused on coaching leaders, maximizing the resources and impact of nonprofit organizations, and facilitating organizational development for boards and teams. Caitlin is a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach and the Owner/Founder of Propel People Development LLC. In her spare time, she enjoys attempting new yoga poses and traveling the world with her husband and son. 
Carli   Carli Mercer
Alpha Delta Pi
Associate Director, Fraternity and Sorority Life, University of South Carolina

During her time at Northwest Missouri State University, Carli began a lifelong membership in Alpha Delta Pi. As a member of the first secret society for women, she quickly found appreciation for the reason in which all sororities were founded. In 2011, she graduated from Northwest with her Bachelor of Science in Organizational Communication. In 2013, she graduated from Northwest for a second time, this time with her master of Science in Higher Education Leadership. After working in the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life at Arizona State University for nearly 4 years, Carli recently began her role at the University of South Carolina as the Associate Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life.
Carly G   Carly Giesbrecht
Pi Beta Phi
Supervisor, Safety Training and Orientation, Valard Construction LP

Carly oversees safety training and new hire orientations for a large electrical utility construction company. A skilled facilitator, Carly has over 15 years’ experience in adult education. Her past roles have seen her be responsible for both online and classroom curriculum development, elearning content development and the creation of end-to-end educational programs. Carly prides herself on her ability to turn ideas into action and build knowledge from results. Between her personal and professional endeavors, Carly has delivered hundreds hours of training specifically in the area of drugs and alcohol. In her spare time, Carly enjoys volunteering, traveling and spending time with her high school sweetheart and their 3 children.
Carolyn Banks   Carolyn Banks
Pi Beta Phi
Foundation Coordinator, Pi Beta Phi Foundation

Cecelia Abshire   Cecelia Abshire
Alpha Xi Delta
Chapter Services and Fraternity Assessment Coordinator, Pi Beta Phi

Cecelia graduated from Marian University of Wisconsin where she double-majored in psychology and history. There she joined Alpha Xi Delta Fraternity for Women and her love for the Greek life began. Immediately after college graduation started graduate school at the University of Missouri – St. Louis where she completed her master’s degree in Adult and Higher Education. Cecelia currently serves as the Chapter Services & Fraternity Assessment Coordinator at Pi Beta Phi Headquarters. In her free time, Cecelia enjoys traveling, trying new restaurants and spending time with her pug puppy. 
Chantel   Chantel Carlson
Pi Beta Phi 
Community Engagement Manager, United Way of Cass-Clay

Chantel currently works as a Community Director for the March of Dimes Foundation. She is a recent graduate of the University of North Dakota where she earned degrees in Anthropology and Religious Studies. Throughout her time in Pi Phi, she has had the opportunity to serve in many different leadership positions, both as a collegian and now an alumna. Before becoming a Critical Conversations facilitator, she served Pi Beta Phi as a Resident Leadership Development Consultant at Washington State University. In her spare time she enjoys reading books, running and playing with her cat Daisy.
Claudia   Claudia Braman
Pi Beta Phi
Principal Consultant, Aiming Higher, Education and Political Advocacy, LLC

Dan Faill   Dan Faill
Theta Chi

Father, feminist, and fraternity man are three phrases to describe Dan. A Founding Father of his chapter of Theta Chi Fraternity, Dan also traveled as a Leadership and Education Consultant after receiving his BA from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. After traveling, he attending University of the Pacific and received his MA degree, then working in higher education at University of the Pacific, Loyola Marymount University, and Elon University, serving as the Greek advisor in most of those capacities. Dan is now a keynote speaker and facilitator with CAMPUSPEAK, and serves as Director of Coaching & Consulting with LaunchPoint. He enjoys whatever free time he has spending it with his two children who also live in Los Angeles. He's also a true geek, loving all pop culture and nerdy things. And he loves sweet tea.
Daphney Bitanga   Daphney Rose Bitanga
Pi Beta Phi
Development and Engagement Manager, Pi Beta Phi Foundation

Daphney is originally from Oceanside, CA and graduated from University of California, Irvine where she became a member of the California Eta chapter of Pi Beta Phi. She earned her masters of education from University of Southern California where she worked in student-athlete academic services and campus programming. Daphney also has volunteered for Pi Phi and served as a Collegiate Regional Membership Specialist, New Chapter Assistance Officer, Foundation Ambassador, Alumnae Advisory Committee member and Programming Chair for her alumnae club. In 2014, Daphney joined the Fraternity staff as Traveling Event Specialist, where she and Pi Phi Libbie celebrated Pi Beta Phi’s 150 years by traveling across North America. In 2017, she joined the Pi Beta Phi Foundation staff as Development and Engagement Manager.
Dennis   Dennis Campbell
Sigma Nu 
Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life, Kent State University

Dennis Campbell Jr. is the Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life at Kent State University and previously served as the Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life at the University of Nevada, Reno. He attended the University of Akron where he became with a member of Sigma Nu and graduated with B.A. in Political Science and attended Baldwin Wallace University where he graduated with a M.A.Ed. in Leadership in Higher Education. He has served as a facilitator for Kappa Alpha Order Province Council, Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s Western States Leadership School, the Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute, and Sigma Nu Grand Chapter.
Donald   Donald Abels
Sigma Pi
Assistant Director of Greek Life/IFC Advisor, Louisiana State University

Donald serves Greek Life at Louisiana State University as the Assistant Director/IFC Advisor. Prior to joining the Greek Life staff at LSU, he served as the Coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Life at the University of Mississippi and Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU). He received a Master of Education degree in higher education administration from MTSU, where he also earned his Bachelor of Science degree in organizational communication: nonprofit leadership. Donald is a harm reduction educator for various inter/national organizations and provides trainings for multiple chapters across the country each year. His professional memberships include the Association of Fraternity and Sorority Advisors (AFA) and Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NSPA).
Dori Boone 2   Dori Boone-Costantino
Pi Beta Phi
Judge, City of Fort Worth

Dori is a Pi Beta Phi Texas Delta. She has loved serving her the Fort Worth Alumnae group in the roles of Chapter Support, Book Club Committee Chair and through participation in the Fraternity Day of Service. Dori is honored to be a Critical Conversations Facilitator. Dori is a Municipal Court Judge for the City of Fort Worth and she thinks working with the residents of Fort Worth is the best job in the world. Dori also has the privilege of being a guest lecturer with CNM Connect, a docent at the Modern of Fort Worth, the wife of Jason, and a dog mom to three rescue pups.
Eily Cummings   Eily Cummings
Senior Director of Marketing & Communications, Pi Beta Phi Headquarters

Eily is the Senior Director of Marketing and Communications for Pi Beta Phi and is also an Adjunct Business Professor at Jefferson College. Prior to her work at Pi Beta Phi, Eily honed her marketing and communications talents in a variety of other industries, including finance and engineering. Eily earned a Bachelors in Journalism from the University of Missouri, Columbia and holds a masters in media communications from Webster University. She currently lives in the west suburbs of St. Louis, is married to Scott and is the mother to two children, Keira and Logan. 
Betsy   Elizabeth (Betsy) Adams
Alpha Chi Omega
Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life, Wake Forest University

Betsy just the Student Engagement staff at Wake Forest University as Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life in fall 2015. Prior to this position, she worked in fraternity and sorority affairs at the University of Florida and Augusta University. She received her master's degree in higher education administration from the College of William & Mary after working as a consultant for her sorority, Alpha Chi Omega, for two years. She currently resides in Winston-Salem, NC with her husband, stepdaughter, and adorable hound dog Arnie. In her free time, Betsy loves to cook, read and volunteer in the community.
Elizabeth Salata   Elizabeth Salata
Pi Beta Phi
Campus Director of Student Management, American InterContinental University

Elizabeth has worked in Education at the University level between Admissions and Advising for the last 11 years and loves working with young adults as they prepare to make critical education decisions about their future. She feels this was a great role for her  because she also serves a foster parent and have seen first hand how exposure to negative influences can really impact a life and, in turn, future family or children. She looks forward to help spread education on critical subjects and hopefully increase awareness. 
Erika   Erika Michalski
Pi Beta Phi

Erika is just a high-energy, passionate sorority woman who loves helping others exceed their own expectations. During her professional career, she has worked as both an HQ employee and a campus-based professional. Erika has been honored to serve as a facilitator in a variety of different capacities for fraternity men and sorority women across North America. She conducts contracted work outside of my "real job" to help institutions with professional development for various populations and strategic planning for different offices/entities. She completed a master's of Education in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis and a Doctorate of Education in Andragogy. Erika spends most of her free time laughing and having dance parties with her two daughters.
Erin McHale   Erin McHale
Gamma Phi Beta
Coordinator for Fraternity and Sorority Life Programs, University of Iowa

Erin is originally from Council Bluffs, IA and attended Iowa State University where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Child, Adult, and Family Services. Following graduation, Erin served as a Collegiate Leadership Consultant for her Sorority for one year, where she worked primarily with the extension, colonization, and establishment of new chapters. Throughout her collegiate involvement and work as a CLC, Erin found her passion lying within higher education and student affairs, especially if her work involved working with fraternity and sorority communities. Erin continued her education at the University of Kansas in their Masters in Higher Education Administration program, where she held an assistantship in the Student Involvement and Leadership Center. Following her time at KU, Erin accepted her current position of Coordinator for Fraternity & Sorority Life Programs at the University of Iowa. Erin is a member of the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors (AFA) and continues to volunteer for her Sorority in the area of New Chapter development.
Evan Ditty   Evan Ditty
Delta Sigma Phi
Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life, The Pennsylvania State University

Evan currently serves as an Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life at The Pennsylvania State University, University Park. He previously served as Coordinator of Greek Life & Student Leadership Programs at Murray State University (KY). Evan graduated from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania with a master's degree in counseling and from Thiel College with a bachelor's degree in History, where he also joined Delta Sigma Phi fraternity. In his spare time Evan enjoys reading, watching TV and exploring central Pennsylvania. 
Gabbie R 2 Gabrielle Rimmaudo
Zeta Tau Alpha
Director of Education and Growth, Chi Psi Fraternity

Gabbie is an alumna of George Mason University and the University of South Florida where she received her Masters degree in Curriculum and Instruction, with a concentration in College Student Affairs. Currently she works at Chi Psi Fraternity in Nashville as the Director of Education and Growth working with fraternity expansion, education, and supervising the traveling staff. Previously Gabbie worked at Pi Beta Phi Headquarters as the Chapter Services and Assessment Coordinator. Gabbie is a Zeta Tau Alpha and in her free time enjoys yoga, improv acting, running, coffee, and exploring her local city. 
Gianna   Gianna Salamido
Pi Beta Phi
Clinical Applications Specialist, Neurosurgical Devices

Gianna is a North Carolina Delta Pi Phi from North Carolina State University. After graduation in 2014, she served the Fraternity as a Traveling Leadership Development Consultant, and she is excited to stay involved with Pi Phi through Critical Conversations. She is getting ready to start her professional career in the medical device industry and loves to explore new places and restaurants in her free time!
Gretchen   Gretchen Stahl-Foran
Pi Beta Phi
Director of Member Education, Delta Tau Delta Fraternity

Gretchen graduated from Valparaiso University where she joined the IN Theta Chapter of Pi Beta Phi. She received her master's Degree from Minnesota State University, Mankato in 2007 and has since worked professionally with fraternities and sororities. She previously worked at Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority Headquarters as the Director of Member Education and current works at TechniPhi as an account manager. She has served both MN Alpha and IN Gamma's AACs and also serves the Fraternity in a number of other volunteer roles. She lives in Indianapolis with her husband Will and their two dogs, Maxwell and Riley.
Hailey Palmer   Hailey Palmer
Chi Omega
Area Coordinator, University of Tampa

Hailey was born and raised in Tampa, Florida. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of South Florida. During her time at USF, she was involved in fraternity and sorority life. Her passion for having critical conversations started during her undergraduate time as she became a peer health educator on campus and specifically within her organization. Hailey then pursued a Masters of Student Affairs degree at Clemson University in Clemson, South Carolina. During her time at Clemson she has worked as a health educator. In this role she has had the opportunity to continue having conversations with students that focus around breaking down barriers and eliminating stigma to encourage a healthy and safe environment for students! Hailey has made her way back to the Sunshine State and works as an Area Coordinator for Residence Life at the University of Tampa. 
Haley   Haley Seeley
Sigma Kappa
College Preparation Specialist

Haley is a member of Sigma Kappa Sorority and has worked in fraternity/sorority advising for three years. She joined her organization at Eastern Michigan University in 2008 and graduated in 2012. After finishing her bachelor's degree, Haley received her master's degree in College Student Personnel from Bowling Green State University in 2014, where she worked with the IFC and Panhellenic communities, served as a House Director for the Alpha Phi chapter, and met her first Pi Beta Phi chapter! After receiving her master's degree, Haley worked as the Panhellenic Advisor at the University of Cincinnati. Haley is a national officer for Sigma Kappa as a Content Development Coordinator on the Programming team and volunteers with other fraternity and sorority leadership programs. Haley currently lives in Lakewood, Ohio and serves as a College Preparation Specialist for a company that helps high school students as they prepare for college admission.
Heidie Lindsey   Heidie Lindsey
Delta Gamma
Associate Dean of Students, Director of Student Engagement and Leadership, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Heidie is currently the Associate Dean of Students and the Director of Student Engagement and Leadership at the University of Louisiana. She has over 23 years of experience working directly with fraternities and sororities on a college campus. In addition to overseeing fraternity and sorority life, the student activities board, leadership programming, student organizations, and spirit squads at UL, Heidie also advises the Student Leadership Council and teaches a 3-credit hour course entitled, “Learning Leadership.” Prior to coming to UL, Heidie’s career path included similar experiences at the University of North Alabama and Mississippi State University. She has an undergraduate degree from the University of Central Florida and a graduate degree from Florida State University. As an undergraduate sorority woman at UCF, Heidie served her chapter as President, Philanthropy Chair, and Panhellenic Delegate. She was involved in several campus organizations and was recognized “Greek Woman of the Year.” She continues to volunteer for her sorority, Delta Gamma, and is an avid college sports fan.
Hillary   Hilary Lindauer
Pi Beta Phi

Hilary is an Ohio Theta, graduating from Bowling Green State University in May 2013 with a degree in Middle Childhood Education. Following graduation, she spent two years working for Pi Beta Phi Headquarters as a Resident Leadership Development Consultant. She assisted the Fraternity in colonizing the VA Iota, SC Alpha and CA Omicron chapters. Currently, Hilary is pursuing her desire to become a 4th or 5th grade teacher by substitute teaching and researching prospective school districts. In her spare time, she loves reading, traveling, site-seeing and of course her infamous cat Mittens!
Hillary Stahl   Hillary Paulsen
Delta Zeta
Education Program Coordinator, Kappa Kappa Gamma Fraternity

Hillary is a member of Delta Zeta Sorority and currently works for Kappa Kappa Gamma Fraternity in Dublin, OH as the Education Program Manager. In this role she develops officer training, educational curriculum, leadership and prevention programming and much more. She volunteers for Delta Zeta and facilitates various leadership events for a number of other fraternal organizations. One of her hobbies includes being a high school swim coach for Granville High School, which keeps her busy during the winter months! In her spare time, she enjoys renovating her first home with her husband and has a soft spot in her heart for their two fur children, Tucker and Nala.
Jacob Tidwell   Jacob Tidwell
Beta Theta Pi 
Director of Chapter Operations, Beta Theta Pi Fraternity

Jacob is originally from North Carolina and is a proud graduate of East Carolina University. He is a member of Beta Theta Pi Fraternity and serves as the fraternity's Director of Chapter Operations. In this role, he manages and guides members, recruits and trains advisors, supervises Leadership Consultants, facilitates educational programming, etc. Prior to working for his fraternity, Jacob spent 12 years working on college campuses in Student Activities and Fraternity and Sorority Life.
Jacquelyn Led   Jacquelyn Ledford
Pi Beta Phi 
Leadership Programs Coordinator, University of Tennessee

Jacquelyn is an alumnae of the Arizona Gamma chapter of Pi Beta Phi at Northern Arizona University. She works at the University of Tennessee in the Center for Leadership and Service and recently served on the AAC for the Tennessee Gamma chapter as the New Member Coordinator liaison and has loved her experience serving Pi Beta Phi as an alumna!
James Crawford   James Crawford
Delta Chi
Assistant Director for Staff Development, University of Georgia

James is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Wilmington where he majored in Athletic Training and the University of South Carolina where he received his Masters of Education in Higher Education and Student Affairs. James is a member of Delta Chi Fraternity and currently serves as Assistant Director of Staff Development at the University of Georgia. Prior to his role at UGA, James worked at Vanderbilt University for four years as an advisor to the Panhellenic, Interfraternity Council, and National Pan-Hellenic Councils. 
Jamie   Jamie Cook
Phi Mu 
Manager for Greek Councils, Case Western Reserve University

Jamie currently lives in Columbus, Ohio and serves as the Assistant Director of Education and Development for Volunteer Training at Delta Gamma Executive Offices. Although a member of Phi Mu Fraternity, Jamie loves being able to volunteer with (and work for!) other organizations to promote the voice of women through the sorority experience. Jamie attended Miami University as an undergraduate and the University of South Florida for graduate school.
Jennifer   Jennifer Farinella
Academic Program Specialist, Florida State University

Jennifer currently serves as an Academic Program Specialist at Florida State University. She attended the University of Central Florida and received a degree in Hospitality Management, minor in Dance and certificate in Leadership in 2012. Upon graduating, Jennifer enrolled as a graduate student in the Higher Education and Student Affairs program at the University of South Carolina and graduated with her M.Ed. in 2014. Throughout her academic and professional career, Jennifer has had the opportunity to work in a variety of roles at UCF and USC along with Universal Orlando Resort, Marriott Vacations Worldwide, University of Michigan, Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort. Jennifer has a passion to assist in the development and training of others, and hopes to continue to work within a Learning & Development environment.
Jenny   Jenny Mason
Pi Beta Phi 
Regional Manager, Tri Delta Executive Office

Jenny is originally from East Lansing, Michigan but moved to Texas to attend Texas Christian University. She served as the Panhellenic President at TCU and following graduation she worked for Pi Beta Phi Headquarters for two years as a traveling Leadership Development Consultant. She attended the University of Texas at Austin for her Masters in Higher Education Administration. While attending UT Austin she served as a Graduate Assistant in Student Activities and the Sorority and Fraternity Life Office. Jenny currently works at Tri Delta Executive Office as a Regional Manager.
Jenny Pratt   Jenny Pratt
Pi Beta Phi 
Development Director, Pi Beta Phi Foundation

Jenny has served as Pi Beta Phi Foundation’s Development Director since December 2012. She works with Pi Phis across the country to philanthropically support their sisterhood — including providing counsel and resources for fundraising for chapter housing projects. Jenny is Wayne’s wife, Madison’s mom, Bev and Don’s daughter and Wrigley the dog’s snuggle buddy. She prefers grid paper, loves the pen aisle, shed a tear when Friends went off the air, wants to hang out in the Modern Family writers’ room, still dreams of being a sideline reporter on College Game Day and thinks jazz hands are always appropriate.
Jessica Freeman   Jessica Freeman
Pi Beta Phi
Account Executive, The Bulleit Group

Jessica is a proud alumna of the University of Oklahoma where she graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication. During her time at OU, Jessica served as Vice President of Communications and Chapter President of the Oklahoma Alpha chapter of Pi Beta Phi. After graduating, she spent a year traveling to chapters across the country as a Leadership Development Consultant. She now resides in Nashville, Tennessee where she serves her client, Google, as an account executive for The Bulleit Group. Jessica is a stationary enthusiast who believes in the power of prayer, a call to your mom and a hot bath, in that order. 
Jessie Ashton Headshot   Jessie Ashton
Pi Beta Phi
Assistant Director, Greek Life, East Carolina University

Jessie Ashton is an Alabama Beta from the University of Alabama. She grew up in Southern California, but has moved from state to state the last seven years and left a piece of her heart in each of the places she’s lived. She completed her Masters degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs at Indiana University in 2016. There, she worked as an advisor to the programming board and assessed student organization accountability efforts. She also had the opportunity to advise fraternities and sororities from all four councils, while serving on AAC for Indiana Alpha at Franklin College. After graduating from Indiana University, Jessie served as the Chapter Services and Program Development Coordinator at Pi Beta Phi, overseeing the Critical Conversations program and other programming efforts, in addition to working with all of the chapters in Regions 1-4. Currently, Jessie works as the Assistant Director of Greek Life at East Carolina University advising IFC, managing Greek organizational conduct, and supporting risk management and reduction programming for all four councils.
Julie Larson   Julie Larsen
Pi Beta Phi 
Academic Advisor, University of Washington 

Julie is a Seattle native who currently works at the University of Washington in Academic Advising and First Year Programs. Through her work in higher education, she has served on Pi Beta Phi AACs in California, North Carolina, Texas and Washington. Her free time is given to becoming a legit bike rider, finding the perfect burrito, seeking out amazing PNW waterfront views, yoga and roller derby. Julie is an Illinois Beta-Delta, and was initiated in Holt House.
Julie Wisbrock   Julie Wisbrock
Alpha Chi Omega
Senior Director of Chapter Support, Pi Beta Phi Headquarters 

As Pi Beta Phi’s Assistant Director of Chapter Development and Support, Julie leads the Fraternity’s risk management efforts and assists in implementing prevention education programming. Julie works in partnership with the Grand Vice President Collegians and Director Risk Management on assist with the Fraternity’s investigation and accountability processes. Julie also spends time developing relationships with Pi Phi’s Fraternity/Sorority advisors. Julie has worked with almost 200 chapters over the last 15 years to assist officers and advisors with risk and chapter management concerns. Since graduating from the University of Kansas she has spent time as a traveling consultant, chapter advisor, province chair and risk management specialist for Alpha Chi Omega. Before joining Pi Phi in 2012, Julie worked for Edelman Public Relations as a communications marketing and research manager.
Justin Shepherd   Justin "Shep" Shepherd
Curriculum Manager, Vanderbilt University

J. Shep Shepherd Curriculum Manager, Vanderbilt University Shep earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communcation at the University of Missouri and a Master of Education in Higher Education Administration at Texas Tech University. Shep's work has focused on undergraduate students including positions in Residential Life, Student Leadership, Academic Advising, Legal Education, and Enrollment Management. He has also taught student success and transition courses, including designing and implementing a course for freshmen, Greek men at the Univeristy of Missouri. Working with Greek students outside of the classroom has always been a passion, and he looks forward to continuing that work as a Critical Conversations faciltiator. Shep lives in Nashville, Tennessee with his wife Claire, a university Professor. 
Katie Qualls Fay   Katie Qualls Fay
Pi Beta Phi
Health Educator, University of Oklahoma

Katie Qualls-Fay graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a Bachelors Degree in Health & Exercise Science and a Masters Degree in Health Promotion. Katie was a member of the Oklahoma Alpha chapter of Pi Beta Phi and loved her entire collegiate experience with Pi Beta Phi. While a collegian, Katie served as Publication's Chair, New Member Coordinator, and Senior Transition officer. Katie is passionate about healthy lifestyles, promoting healthy relationships, healthy habits, and campus safety. Katie currently works full-time as the Health Educator at the on-campus clinic at OU programming health events, wellness initiatives, and also serves as a volunteer advocate for sexual assault victims. In her free time, Katie loves teaching Pilates classes, playing with her dog Duke, and spending time with her husband Evan and their friends.
Kirsta Rinehart-Britton   Kirsta Rinehart-Britton
Pi Beta Phi
Director of Juvenile Diversion, Weld County

I am a Colorado Gamma Pi Beta Phi. In college, I held the offices of VP of Moral Advancement and Chapter President. Since graduating in 2001, I've worked in criminal justice focusing on juveniles and young adults. I live with my husband, two kids, and spoiled dog in Northern Colorado.
Mackenzie Baker Headshot   Mackenzie Baker
Sigma Delta Tau 
Assistant Director of Chapter Development, Pi Beta Phi Headquarters 

Mackenzie is a Panhellenic woman from Eastern Michigan University, graduating with her bachelor’s degree in communication and history in 2012. She earned her master's of education from the University of South Carolina where she worked with the Fraternity and Sorority Community programming initiatives. In 2014, Mackenzie joined the Pi Beta Phi Fraternity staff as the Chapter Services and Program Development Coordinator, working with chapters across the country and developing senior programming and prevention education programming such as Critical Conversations. In 2016, she began serving the Fraternity as the Assistant Director of Chapter Development and leads the Fraternity’s risk management efforts and assists in implementing prevention education programming.
Maggie Skeffington   Maggie Skeffington
Pi Beta Phi
IT Specialist, Pi Beta Phi Fraternity Headquarters

Maggie is an Indiana Gamma who graduated from Butler University in 2011 with a degree in Recording Industry Studies. After working for three and a half years in the IT and Account Management departments of a printing company in Indianapolis, she moved to St. Louis to become the Chapter Services & Recruitment Support Coordinator at Pi Beta Phi Fraternity Headquarters. She's in graduate school at Maryville University, working towards a Master of Arts in Strategic Communication and Leadership. She serves as the Secretary for the St. Louis Alumnae Club of Pi Beta Phi and is a member of both the Butler University St. Louis Alumni Club and the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network of St. Louis.
Malissa weatherbie   Malissa Weatherbie
Pi Beta Phi
Teacher-Librarian, Harbour Pointe Middle School

Malissa is a WA Gamma, graduating from the University of Puget Sound with a degree in biology and chemistry. She was a high school chemistry teacher for 10 years before moving into her current role as a middle school librarian. She has volunteered for Pi Beta Phi as their delegate on the Seattle Alumnae Panhellenic Committee, in various positions on WA Alpha's AAC, and as a regional assistance officer for Collegiate Region 7. She lives in the Seattle area with her husband and three young children.
Marilyn Russell   Marilyn Russell
Zeta Tau Alpha
Director, Sorority and Fraternity Life, The University of Texas at Austin

Marilyn currently serves as the Director of Sorority and Fraternity Life at The University of Texas at Austin. Marilyn received her bachelor's degree from The University of Arkansas and her master's degree in Postsecondary Educational Leadership with an emphasis in Student Affairs from San Diego State University. She serves the fraternal community as a facilitator for IMPACT, the Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute, LeaderShape as well as several Regional Leadership Conferences and has continued to serve ZTA as a national officer since 2007. Additionally, Marilyn is an Interactive Workshop Facilitator with CAMPUSPEAK, Inc. for topics such as Building New Leaders, Motivating the Middle, and PersonalPower.
Mary Kate Misak   Mary Kate Misak
Pi Beta Phi
Assistant Director of Constituent Engagement and Advisor to Student Alumni Leadership Council, Iowa State University

Mary Kate became a Pi Phi at Iowa State University where she studied Event Management. After graduation, she headed to the University of Tennessee Knoxville for warmer winters and a Masters degree in College Student Personnel. While at UT, Mary Kate held a graduate assistantship with the Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life. She returned home to Iowa State University where she currently serves as an Assistant Director of Constituent Engagement for the ISU Alumni Association. Mary Kate loves spending quality time with family and friends, photography, baked goods, and The Office.
Matthew Lumpp   Matthew Lumpp
Sigma Nu
Greek Life Advisor, University of New Mexico

Hello! My name is Matthew Lumpp and I serve as the Greek Life Advisor at the University of New Mexico. The Fraternity and Sorority movement has made and continues to make a huge impact on my life. I helped start my chapter of Sigma Nu Fraternity at the University of Akron which ultimately lead to my choice to pursue Student Affairs professionally. I attended Ohio University and worked in the Office of Sorority and Fraternity Life and served as a House Director. These experiences and many others have helped me work with undergraduates, advisors, staff, and volunteers through high points and low moments. I am honored to work with Pi Beta Phi and the rest of the Critical Conversations team! 
Meagan   Meagan Smejdir
Alpha Omicron Pi
Assistant Director of Collegiate Experience, Alpha Omicron Pi

Meagan Smejdir currently serves as an Academic Advisor in the Center for Student Success at Washburn University in Topeka, KS. Prior to her current role, she served as an Assistant Director of Collegiate Experience at Alpha Omicron Pi headquarters in Nashville, TN. She is excited for her return to Kansas, as she previously served as the Greek Advisor/Program Coordinator for Campus Activities at Pittsburg State University, located in Pittsburg, KS. Although she lives in Kansas, she is originally from Lincoln, NE and loves Husker football! She attended the University of Nebraska at Kearney where she became a member of Alpha Omicron Pi, and graduated with both her bachelor's and master's degrees. She enjoys spending times with family and friends, and volunteering in her community!
Melissa Kish   Melissa Kish
Pi Beta Phi
Associate Director, Student Life and Learning, Indiana University-Bloomington

Melissa is originally from Northwest Indiana and did her undergraduate work at Ball State University where she became a member of Pi Beta Phi. After completing her undergraduate degree in Marketing and Sport Administration, she continued at Ball State pursuing a graduate degree in Sport Administration. After her time at Ball State University, she worked at the University of Alabama for six years in Campus Recreation. Her main role was facility, event and risk management as well as working with student staff training and development. While at Alabama, she also taught in the College of Education and was an active advisor to Pi Beta Phi and Sigma Phi Epsilon. Melissa has also previously served Pi Beta Phi as a Regional Risk Management and Policy Specialist role as well as AAC member. In 2013, Melissa moved from her position at Alabama to a position at Indiana University. As the Associate Director of Student Life and Learning, she oversees Leadership and Inclusion Programming, Greek Life and Student Government, as well as teaching with the School of Education. Outside of work, Melissa is a Lead Facilitator for the LeaderShape Institute, the Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute (UIFI) and works with many organizations doing leadership programming. 
Michelle Nutting   Michelle Nutting
Pi Beta Phi
News Producer

Michelle is an Illinois Alpha from St. Louis, Missouri. She graduated in 2011 with a degree in Communications and Public Relations. While she works as a News Producer at a local television station, Michelle has a huge passion for greek life and for Pi Beta Phi. She has been involved with advising Pi Phi chapters at Stanford University and Washington University in St. Louis. Michelle has also been involved with the San Francisco Alumnae Club, and the St. Louis Alumnae Club.
Mimi Mudd   Mimi Mudd
Pi Beta Phi
Graduate Assistant and House Director at Northwestern University Fraternity and Sorority Life Office and Phi Delta Theta

Mimi studied Leadership Studies and Business Administration at the University of Richmond, and graduated in 2014. After graduation, Mimi taught 7th grade science in Latta, South Carolina through Teach For America. Mimi was a teacher and coach at Latta Middle School for two years, then moved back home to St. Louis, Missouri to work at her Fraternity’s Headquarters. At Pi Beta Phi Headquarters, Mimi was the Program Support Specialist for a year. After her year at Pi Beta Phi Headquarters, she moved to Evanston, Illinois to attend Northwestern University for a Masters in Higher Education Administration and Policy. While studying at Northwestern, Mimi is currently working as a Graduate Assistant in the Fraternity and Sorority Life Office and is the House Director for Phi Delta Theta. 
Morgan Greco   Morgan Greco
Pi Beta Phi 
Special Education Teacher, Houston ISD

Originally from Dripping Springs, TX, Morgan attended Texas A&M University where she was initiated into the Texas Eta Chapter of Pi Beta Phi. She graduated in 2014 with a bachelor's of science in Special Education and went on to serve as a Resident Leadership Development Consultant for the South Carolina Alpha chapter at the University of South Carolina. She currently resides in Houston, TX and works as a Special Education Teacher.

Nick E   Nick Estrada
Phi Kappa Psi 
Director of the Undergraduate Experience, Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity Headquarters

Nick currently serves as the Director of the Undergraduate Experience for Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. Nick graduated from Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) where he was a founding member of the Indiana Theta chapter of Phi Kappa Psi. After graduating with a BS in Forensic Science and a BA in Chemistry, Nick attended the University of South Carolina (USC). He graduated from USC with a master's of Education in Higher Education and Student Affairs.
Rebecca Ruhlman   Rebecca Ruhlman
Pi Beta Phi

Rebecca is a recent Michigan State University graduate (Go Green!) where she was a part of the Michigan Gamma chapter of Pi Beta Phi. There she served as both Chapter President and Panhellenic Council President. During this past year while serving as a LDC, Rebecca loved asking collegians what they want to be when they grow up, because she is still looking for ideas herself. She plans to spend her life giving back and making a lasting impact on the world around her. She can frequently be found laughing at her own jokes, reading a memoir or planning her next trip, all with a coffee in hand, of course.
Samantha Keltner   Samantha Keltner
Gamma Phi Beta
Director of Chapter Services, Gamma Phi Beta Sorority

Sam graduated from the University of Northern Iowa with a degree in History. Following graduation she spent a year on the road as a Collegiate Leadership Consultant (CLC) for Gamma Phi Beta Sorority. After traveling as a CLC, Sam attended graduate school at Bowling Green State University and received a master’s degree in College Student Personnel. Prior to working for Gamma Phi, Sam worked in residence life at a small liberal arts college. Sam is a Diet Coke enthusiast who enjoys reading, traveling and daydreaming about owning a French bulldog!
Sarah Cohen   Sarah Cohen
Delta Zeta
Senior Assistant Director for Fraternity and Sorority Life, Indiana University

Sarah obtained a degree in social work from UNCW in 2010, then spent three years working for Delta Zeta Sorority before going back to school to get her master's in Education from the University of West Florida. She is currently the Assistant Director for Fraternity and Sorority Life at Indiana University. In her spare time, Sarah loves being outdoors (running, biking, hiking, or relaxing at the pool), coaching youth soccer and traveling as much as possible.
Sarah Fuller   Sarah Fuller
Pi Beta Phi 
Interim Assistant Director of College Activities and Fraternity & Sorority Life , Linfield College

Sarah graduated from Willamette University (OR Gamma) with a degree in Psychology and Spanish in 2014. She is currently pursuing her Master's degree in College Student Services Administration at Oregon State University and loves it! She loves Greek Life for it's original values-based intention and ability to create lifelong communities of education and love. 
Schaban Day   Schabahn Day
Pi Beta Phi
Real Estate Agent, Buck Real Estate

Schabahn is a real estate agent in the Seattle area. She spends as much time as possible in the great outdoors with her husband and two sons. She loves to create, volunteer with local organizations and has her own jewelry design business.
Shawn Eagleburger   Shawn Eagleburger
Senior Director of Strategic Initiatives
Tayler Marshall 2   Tayler Marshall
Alpha Gamma Delta
Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life, University of Oregon

Tayler Marshall is a graduate of the University of Idaho (Go Vandals!) with both her masters and undergraduates degrees from this institution. She is a passionate Greek Life professional with experience in advising Panhellenic Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council and Multicultural Greek Councils. As an undergraduate, Tayler joined Alpha Gamma Delta and was an active member of Panhellenic Council Executive Board. In her free time, Tayler can often be found reading books and watching Marvel movies. Tayler currently lives in Eugene, Oregon where she is the Assistant Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life.
Wes McCormack   Wes McCormack
Phi Kappa Phi 
Campus Consultant, OrgSync 

Wes joined the OrgSync team in February 2014. Prior to joining OrgSync, Wes worked primarily with Fraternal organizations serving as both the Collegiate Services and Programming Coordinator at the Pi Beta Phi Headquarters and as the Director of Chapter Services – Southeast at the Delta Delta Delta Executive Office. Wes continues to be very involved with fraternal organizations both in his volunteer work and professional associations. Wes grew up in Katy, TX and went on to receive bachelor's in Business Administration degrees in Human Resources and Real Estate form Baylor University. While at Baylor, Wes became very involved in many different types of student organizations which led him to pursue a master's degree in Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education from Texas A&M University. Outside of work, Wes enjoys working out, music, arts, singing, being outdoors and traveling.