Washington State University

Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life

    Meet our Staff

     


     

     

    Brian Shuffield 1

    Brian Shuffield,
    Interm Director       shuffield@wsu.edu   

    Brian has been a Coug since 2005, working in the office of Student Involvement.  Spending most of those years working with campus programming and student organizations, Brian now serves as the Executive Director of Student Involvement.  Brian earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology from Idaho State University.  As an undergrad Brian developed through serving as a Resident Assistant and as a student programmer for the ASISU Program Board.  Brian then moved to St. Cloud, MN where he earned a Master of Science Degree in Higher Education: Student Personnel from St. Cloud State University.  Brian came to Washington State University after serving as the Assistant Director for Campus Activities for Leadership Development and Operations at Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio, TX.  A proud father and husband, Brian enjoys spending time with his family and traveling whenever possible.

    Brian is currently serving as the Interim Director for the Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life, advises the ASWSU Executive staff, and generally works to create a vibrant student experience for the students of Washington State University.

     

     

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    Jami Slaton,
    Assistant Director       
    jlharrison@wsu.edu

    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, 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 creative 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.

    Jami works primarily with the residential sororities and the Panhellenic Council.

     

    Evan Englander 1

    Evan Englander,                Assistant Director
    evan.englander@wsu.edu

    Evan Englander became a Cougar in August 2014.

    Evan earned his Bachelor of Science in Mass Communications and Communication Studies from SUNY (State University of New York) Oneonta and his Master of Arts in Higher and Postsecondary Education from Teachers College, Columbia University.

    As an undergraduate, Evan was extremely involved on his campus. He held several leadership roles within the NY Kappa Chapter of Phi Kappa Psi and was elected Student Association President his senior year. In his role as SA President, Evan sat on several campus wide committees including the Standing Disciplinary Board and the Budget Advisory Committee. Since graduation, Evan has held several positions in student affairs, including Coordinator of Leadership Programs at SUNY Oneonta and Graduate Assistant for LGBTQA Initiatives at Barnard College. His research interests combine all of these fields, as he hopes to study LGBTQA people in fraternities and the leadership opportunities they experience.

    A native New Yorker, Evan loves watching the Mets, Jets and Islanders (though it can be painful at times). He is a movie buff, a huge Bruce Springsteen and Billy Joel fan, and is a former radio personality by profession.

     Evan works primarily with our residential fraternities and the Interfraternity Council and is super excited to get to work and create positive change.

     GO COUGS! GO GREEK!

     

    Nicholas Hudson 1

    Nicholas Hudson,
    Assistant Director
    nicholas.hudson@wsu.edu

    Nicholas has worked for the CFSL since August 2014.  Originally from Beloit, WI, Nicholas received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Oregon and his Masters of Professional Studies in Legislative Affairs from the George Washington University (GW) Graduate School of Political Management (GSPM).  As an undergrad, Nicholas served in various leadership roles in his chapter, the Greek community, and the student government, leading to an affinity for student development and a passion for building an inclusive campus climate.  Most recently, Nicholas worked for the Center for Student Engagement at GW, working primarily with student organizations, residence life, Greek Life and outdoor adventure programming.  Nicholas previously served as the Director of a Mentor and Tutor Program for at-risk Latino youth in Northern Virginia.  Currently pursuing his doctoral degree at GW in higher education administration with a focus on undocumented Latino student activists, campus climates/multiculturalism, and Latino student success, Nicholas has presented at national conferences on undocumented students' academic success and funds of knowledge. Nicholas lives with his wife, Christine, and their two dogs, Layla and Dexter, in Moscow, ID.  Nicholas is excited to begin working with the various Greek communities and being a part of CFSL.

    Nicholas works primarily with non-residential multicultural greek organizations and the United Greek Association and National Pan-Hellenic Association.

     

    Alexa David 1

    Alexa David,                       Graduate Assistant
    CFSL.Grad1@wsu.edu

     

    Alexa David is a new addition to the CFSL. She recently graduated from Washington State University with her undergraduate degree in Elementary Education. As an undergraduate, she was a member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority where she served as Chapter President in 2013. She is currently earning her Masters in Education Leadership and hopes to one day be an elementary school principal. Alexa enjoys golfing and going on service-based mission trips. She is looking forward to assisting fraternity men become better men and sorority women become better women.

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    Christina McGilvray,            Program Coordinator greeklife@wsu.edu

    Christina is a new addition to the CFSL.  She recently relocated to the area from NE Oregon where she was working in social services and indigent criminal defense. Christina attended Willamette University where she obtained her Bachelor of Liberal Arts in Politics in 2011.  She completed her Master of Arts in Criminal Justice from Western Oregon University.  As an undergraduate Christina was a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority where she served as Chapter President. She participated in several campus organizations and positions including Willamette volleyball, class tutor, and volunteer with the Salem Literacy Project.  She has been involved with several volunteer organizations including: Search and Rescue; Middle School Basketball; Oregon and Arizona Department of Corrections; and Shelter From the Storm, a nonprofit organization focused on providing assistance to victims of domestic and sexual violence.  She enjoys spending time outdoors, especially on the water. Christina is extremely excited for the opportunity to help students get the most out of their greek and collegiate experience.

     


      

     
     

     

     

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