Washington State University

Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life

    Meet our Staff




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    Karen Metzner,
    Interim Director


    Karen has a background in Residence Life, and will be helping the Center for Fraternity & Sorority Life until the end of June. 


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    Jami Harrison,
    Assistant Director

    Jami has been on campus and involved in Greek life at WSU since 2003. With a resume full of work in fraternity and sorority life, Jami's background as a Chapter and Panhellenic President, undergraduate worker in the CFSL and Dean of Students Office, role as a chapter advisor, and graduate assistantships in Student Involvement and the CFSL, it is obvious she is passionate about working with students. Having seen all the different aspects of fraternity and sorority life, she comes to the team with a new background and pulse on the undergraduate student culture. Jami is originally from Sammamish and graduated from WSU with a Bachelor of Arts in Human Development and Family Studies. She completed her Master of Arts degree in Higher Education Administration with research in online alcohol education and the impact it has on drinking behavior among college women. Jami says that being a member of our staff is not only fun and exciting, but also very rewarding and a humbling experience.



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    Anna Marie Carlson, Graduate Assistant

    Anna Marie joined our team in 2011. Originally from Fruitland, Idaho, she attended the University of Idaho where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Political Science.  As an undergrad, Anna Marie found a passion for higher education and student leadership development through her involvement.  A member of Gamma Phi Beta, Anna Marie took her leadership skills to the greater community as a Rho Gamma and later as the Panhellenic Vice President for Membership Recruitment. She was the President of the Student Alumni Relations Board, interned for both Idaho’s Governor C.L. “Butch” Otter’s office and the White House in the office of the Public Liaison where she helped plan Presidential Events. Upon completion of her Master of Arts degree in Educational Psychology with research in student leadership development and experiential learning among fraternity and sorority students, Anna Marie has decided to pursue a Ph.D in Educational Psychology.  Anna Marie has enjoyed working in our office and putting into practice what she is learning inside of the classroom.

    Chrinsta McGilvray, Program Coordinator






    Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life , PO Box 647204, Washington State University, Pullman WA 99164-7204, 509-335-5433, Contact Us