Chris DeEulis is a lifelong learner and educator focused on helping people to challenge the status quo and create positive change in their organizations. Chris has been developing and delivering curriculum for fraternities and sororities for over seven years. His passion for leadership development and empowerment drives his motivation to help others succeed. He is excited to help others break down problems that they are facing and address the complex, nuanced issues of today.
Chris received his Bachelor of Arts from Central Michigan University in Spanish with a minor in Leadership Studies, and his Master of Arts in Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education from Ball State University. He previously served as Assistant Director of Fraternity, Sorority and Cooperative Life at Purdue University. In his role, Chris worked with leadership programs, National Pan-Hellenic Council fraternities and sororities, local organizations, and Interfraternity Council chapters. He is now serving as the Assistant Director of Greek Life at University of Michigan where he primarily advises the Interfraternity Council and is responsible for alcohol and other drug education, sexual misconduct education, and bystander intervention trainings for the fraternity and sorority community.
Chris has also helped to develop curriculum for several different institutions and organizations including work with Lambda Phi Epsilon International Fraternity, Inc. and his fraternity Sigma Alpha Epsilon. He is a trained QPR (suicide prevention) instructor, ASTP (Alcohol Skills Training Program) facilitator, and a Gallup Certified Strengths Coach.
Contact Chris at firstname.lastname@example.org.