Greek Life Staff

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    John Mountz
    Director of Greek Life - Community Development

    Responsibilities: Council Oversight, Community Level Programming, Management of University Owned Housing, Greek Village Construction and Amenities and Overall responsibility for the Department.

    Background: John is a Phi Kappa Tau from Penn State University. John earned his Master's Degree from the University of Florida and worked at the University of Michigan as the Fraternity Advisor for five years before joining the NC State staff in the Summer of 2000. John has served as a Lead Facilitator for LeaderShape for several years, and is currently a member of the AFA Foundation Board.



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    Shelly Brown Dobek
    Associate Director of Greek Life and Director of Chapter Services

    Responsibilities: Membership (Recruitment/Intake, Extension/Expansion and Colony Support), Chapter Development and Programming, Assessment, Greek Village Lots, and Townhouse project.

    Background: Shelly is a Delta Zeta from Southern Illinois University. Shelly earned her Master's Degree from SIUC and worked at Bowling Green State University coordinating Leadership Programs, Sorority Housing and advising the NPHC for three years before joining the NC State staff in the Fall of 2001. Shelly spends her weekends traveling to campuses around the country presenting workshops on recruitment, intake, hazing and leadership diversity. She is also the government relations chair for the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors.


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    Mitzi Horton
    Administrative Secretary of Greek Life

    Responsibilities: Chapter and Council Officer Database Management and overall Office Coordination

    Background: Mitzi hails from New York and moved to Raleigh in 1989. She is a proud mother of three and grandmother of three.



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    James M. Byars
    Graduate Assistant

    Chapter Resident Advisor
    Sigma Phi Epsilon

    Responsibilities: Advisor to the Interfraternity Council, Collaborative Greek Council, and Greek Week

    Background: Jimmy is a member of Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity at Murray State University where he earned his B.S.B. in Business Administration. As an undergraduate, Jimmy served as his chapter’s new member educator and risk management chairman and was a university peer educator and freshman orientation leader. Before coming to NC State, Jimmy worked for his Fraternity Headquarters for two years where he specialized in recruitment and coordinated the Chapter Advance program. James is starting his third year at NC State, wrapping up a Masters Degree in Higher Education and starting to pursue a Doctoral Degree.


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    Brooke Kingsley Isbell
    Graduate Assistant
    Chapter Resident Advisor
    Sigma Kappa/Pi Beta Phi

    Responsibilities: Advisor to NPHC, the Panhellenic Association, Academic Support, and Chapter and Leadership Development

    Background: Brooke is a member of Phi Mu Sorority and recent graduate of Purdue University where she earned her degree in Sales Management. She served as Director of Finance for the Panhellenic Association, and helped lead Purdue's pilot of the NPC Social Policy Reform. Brooke is also a graduate of the Undergraduate Interfraternity Intsitute (UIFI). Brooke is pursuing her Masters Degree in Higher Education and will graduate in May 2011.


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    Allison B. Manning
    Graduate Assistant

    Chapter Resident Advisor
    Alpha Sigma Phi

    Responsibilities: Advisor to the Panhellenic Association and Membership Development (recruitment/intake and colony support)

    Background: Allison is a member of Kappa Delta Sorority with a Bachelors of Science in Mathematics from Florida Southern College. As an undergraduate, Allison served as her chapter’s President, was a senator in Student Government Association and was the President of Order of Omega. Allison was also an RA with Residence Life. Since graduating in 2009, Allison has worked for the Center for Student Involvement with Greek Life and Student Organizations as an intern. Allison will start the first year of her Masters program in Higher Education Administration in July of 2010 and will graduate in May 2012.