Associate Dean of Students and Director

Leslie Schacht Drey, M.Ed.

Affiliation: Alpha Chi Omega

Education: B.A. Communication Studies, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; M.Ed. Higher Education and Student Affairs, Iowa State University

EmailLeslie.SchachtDrey@oregonstate.edu

Why do you enjoy working in fraternity & sorority life?

"I believe that joining a fraternity or sorority as an undergraduate can be one of the single most fulfilling co-curricular experiences for a college student. By providing the fraternity/sorority community with outstanding support in the areas of advising, leadership development, risk reduction & management, and academic support, the experience of each individual member of the community is exponentially improved. There are no bonds created like those of brotherhood/sisterhood and the impact of membership is lifelong -- well beyond the college days of our students."

Leslie's Areas of Oversight: 

  • Overall CFSL Operations & Fraternity/Sorority Community Support 
  • Governing Council Executive Director & Presidents, Treasurer/Finance, and Judicial/Standards Board council officer support
  • Community growth and expansion
  • Chapter advisors, house corporation boards, and house director support
  • Affiliated Housing Program
  • Community Fundraising & Development
  • Alumni and Friends Group

 

Associate Director

Johnny "JP" Peters

Johnny "JP" Peters

Affiliation: Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.

Education: B.A. Business Administration Marketing, California State University, San Bernardino; M.A. Educational Administration and Leadership, University of the Pacific

Email: Johnny.Peters@oregonstate.edu

Why do you enjoy working in fraternity & sorority life?

"I enjoy working in fraternity & sorority life because I get to interact with students and staff who share a common bond with myself. I believe fraternities and sororities serve as a peer to peer support system that allows for mentorship, leadership, and impactful opportunities among a group of students with similar interests and values. In addition, those opportunities contribute to students' holistic growth and connectedness to their institution. I am excited to be a part of the experience."

JP's Areas of Oversight:

  • Advising and Chapter support for the following councils
    • National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), Unified Greek Council (UGC), Interfraternity Council (IFC) 
  • UGC & NPHC community-wide programs and chapter growth plans 
  • Recruitment and Membership Intake support for IFC, UGC, & NPHC
  • Risk Management council officer support 
  • Leadership & Education council officer support 
  • Scholarship and Academic Achievement council officer support
  • Relationship Statement reporting and tracking
  • Advisor for Order of Omega

 

Coordinator

Kelsey Elam-Geuting

Kelsey Elam-Geuting

Affiliation: Alpha Phi

Education: B.A. History, James Madison University; M.A.T. Secondary Education, James Madison University; M.S. College Student Personnel, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Email: Kelsey.ElamGeuting@oregonstate.edu

Why do you enjoy working in fraternity & sorority life?

"Working in fraternity and sorority life allows me to connect with and support students who want to make a difference in their organizations and community. I believe in the power of the fraternal experience and its ability to push us to become the best versions of ourselves. It is a daily commitment to live by our personal and organizational values. It is a community where we can find belonging and empowerment. The impact of these organizations is felt long after graduation and I'm grateful to be a part of the OSU Fraternity and Sorority Life community."

Kelsey's Area of Oversight:

  • Advising and Chapter support for the following councils
    • Panhellenic Council and Collective Greek Council (CGC) 
  • Recruitment support for Panhellenic and CGC
  • Recruitment Counselor (Gamma Chi) training and support
  • Philanthropy & Community Service council officer support
  • Public Relations & Marketing council officer support
  • Admissions & START programming and summer publications
  • Emerging Leaders Retreat and January Leadership Retreat
  • Greek Week and All-University Sing advising 
  • Grade Reports
  • House Director support
  • CFSL Office Management

 

Chapter Coaching Model

The CFSL utilizes a chapter coaching model to connect and advise our active chapters. Each staff member is assigned to roughly a third of the chapters and serves as those chapters' main resource regarding CFSL policies, the Relationship Statement, and can assist the chapter in a variety of ways depending on their needs. 

2019-2020 Chapter Coach Assignments