Evan Englander is fervent about turning thoughts into actions and actions into experiences for the students he gets the pleasure to interact with. This passion began brewing during his experience in Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity at SUNY (State University of New York) Oneonta. His love and belief in the power of fraternity drives him to work with students to make their fraternity/sorority experience as fulfilling, educational and fun as they can be.
Currently, Evan is the Assistant Director for Residential Fraternities at Washington State University in Pullman, WA (Go Cougs!) In his role, he has had the opportunity to redefine the fraternal experience for students through innovative and new experience, as well as work through the daily issues of chapter leadership with an ever-growing community of 27 fraternities. He also has the pleasure of writing curriculum for and instructing the Greek 101, Greek Leadership Experience and the Greek Leadership Academy among other retreats and courses at WSU. Having previously worked in leadership programs and Diversity Affairs, Evan’s approach to fraternity/sorority life is one centered around making our organizations more welcoming, diverse and educational places to grow as a person.
Evan earned his Bachelor of Science in Mass Communications and Communication Studies from SUNY Oneonta and his Master’s in Higher and Postsecondary Education from Teachers College, Columbia University. He is a certified Ladder of Risk facilitator, a graduate of the Interfraternity Institute and a chapter advisor for his chapter of Phi Psi at SUNY Oneonta. Evan sits on the NASPA Region V Advisory Board, and is an active member of the Association for Fraternity/Sorority Advisors.
Contact Evan at firstname.lastname@example.org.