Fraternity and Sorority Life Staff
Our staff works with the executive committees of each chapter and council. We assist in program management, general operations, administrative function, and conflict resolution. We provide guidance to individuals and groups as they navigate through fraternity/sorority life.
Brooke Scogin, Director
Brooke received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Ballet and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Texas Christian University. She also has a Master of Arts degree in Clinical/Counseling Psychology from Midwestern State University. Brooke has been working at TCU since 2006 and previously served as an Assistant Dean of Campus Life where her primary responsibilities were student concerns, crises, and individual discipline incidents. As a Panhellenic woman, she believes in the importance of the fraternal experience and is passionate about sharing that experience. Brooke looks forward to working closely with the Fraternity and Sorority community at TCU and is confident that the community will accomplish great things together.
Stephen Dominy, Associate Director
Stephen received a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing & Communications from Mercer University. Prior to pursuing his graduate degree in Higher Education & Student Affairs at Florida State University, Stephen served as a Leadership Consultant for Chi Phi Fraternity while being a member of Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity. Prior to joining the team at TCU, Stephen served as the Coordinator of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs at Austin Peay State University. As a fraternity man, he believes the importance of the fraternal experience lies in serving as an advocate, educator, and collaborator with chapters, campus partners, and other stakeholders to create the ultimate holistic experience. Stephen believes in TCU and the opportunity to help transform the fraternity and sorority community through the residential experience and beyond.
Devin Wimberly, Assistant Director
Devin is an alumna of the University of Arizona where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. She felt such support and connection through her Panhellenic experience that she decided to pursue a Master of Arts degree in Higher Education Leadership. While completing her Masters degree at the University of San Diego, Devin worked as the Interfraternity Council Advisor. Devin started working at TCU in 2015 and has loved her experience working with a population that is as high achieving, polished, and values-centered as the TCU Fraternity and Sorority community. Devin serves as the advisor to the NPHC and Panhellenic Councils. She also helps oversee Fraternity and Sorority housing initiatives including the Chapter Resident Assistant (CRA) model. Devin prides herself on being an available resource for our students offering holistic support for their college experience. She is a true believer in the fraternity and sorority experience and is a vigilant advocate for the power it has to build better men and women.
Gaius George, Coordinator
Gaius earned his B.B.A. in Management Information Systems and Masters in Human Relations from the University of Oklahoma. Looking back on his experience, his journey into higher education seems like a natural fit since his work in Student Affairs began his second year as an undergraduate in college. He is a proud member of Omega Delta Phi Fraternity Inc., Xi Chapter, Spring 1998. August 2016 will mark the beginning of Gaius’ twelfth year of service to TCU. He’s a certified mediator, photographer, and the 2014 St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Up ‘til Dawn Advisor of the Year. Gaius serves as the Multicultural Greek Council, Independent Greek Council, Collaborative Greek Alliance and Up ’til Dawn advisor. He also oversees programmatic and leadership initiatives in the office.
David Sommers, Coordinator
Amy Schroer, Administrative Program Specialist
Amy received her Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing from Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth, Texas. She has since received a Master of Liberal Arts from TCU. Amy has worked at TCU since 2012. She manages our student workers and Chapter Resident Assistants during their office hours. She also is responsible for day-to-day tasks such as roster maintenance and grade reports, but it is building relationships with her “Horned Frog kids” that she enjoys most.
Shirley Albiter, Graduate Assistant
Hall Director – Kappa Kappa Gamma & Kappa Alpha Theta
Shirley received her Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. She expresses that student affairs professionals really opened her eyes to the endless possibilities for students! During her undergraduate experience she had the opportunity to work for the Office of Undergraduate Admissions as a Campus Ambassador and Orientation Leader. One of her most memorable roles was working as a Lawton scholar advocate where she was able to connect with other first-generation minority students like herself. She is super excited for this new journey and hopes to connect with other students by sharing and learning from each other’s experiences. Shirley is pursuing her Master’s degree in Educational Leadership in Higher Education while working as a split graduate assistant between Housing & Residence Life and as a Hall Director in Fraternity & Sorority Life for Kappa Kappa Gamma & Kappa Alpha Theta.
Jordan Cooper, Graduate Assistant
Hall Director – Phi Gamma Delta, Sigma Alpha Epsilon & Phi Kappa Sigma
Jordan received a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing with a minor in Art from the University of North Alabama. He is a founding father of his fraternity chapter of Lambda Sigma Phi and currently works with the National Board as a marketing chair. Throughout his undergraduate career, Jordan was additionally involved with Housing and Residence Life as a Resident Advisor and in Student Government. Jordan is pursuing his Master’s degree in Educational Leadership in Higher Education while working as a split graduate assistant between the University Unions and as a Hall Director in Fraternity & Sorority Life for Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Gamma Delta, and Phi Kappa Sigma.
Alex Grady, Graduate Assistant
Hall Director – Gamma Phi Beta, Delta Delta Delta, and Phi Mu
Alex earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Management and Administration from the University of Alabama. She is currently pursuing a Masters of Leadership in Higher Education here at TCU. As a proud member of Alpha Chi Omega, Alex served as Vice President of Philanthropy raising $30,000 for the local domestic violence shelter and earning her chapter the national Chapter Innovation award from Alpha Chi Omega. During her undergraduate studies, Alex served as president to the ambassadors for the University of Alabama, Capstone Men and Women. Through this experience, she learned how to roll out the “crimson carpet”, something that easily translated to TCU’s “purple carpet” treatment of students and visitors! Alex is the Hall Director for Gamma Phi Beta, Delta Delta Delta, and Phi Mu while also serving in the Office of Housing and Residence Life as an advisor to the Peer Discipline Board and teaches the Educational Sanctions class. Alex thoroughly enjoys serving in these roles and looks forward to advancing the future of ethical and exemplary leaders.
Ben Grapperhaus Graduate Assistant
Hall Director – Delta Tau Delta & Kappa Sigma
Ben received his Bachelors degree in Biology with a teachers certification at Eastern Illinois University. As a brother of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Ben served as Eminent Deputy Archon for two years. While at his undergraduate institution Ben worked in University Housing for 4 years as a Resident Assistant, Senior Staff Assistant, and Associate Resident Director. Ben also was a member of the Greek Week steering committee for two years and president of Students for Peace and Justice. Ben is so excited to begin working with the students at TCU and getting to experience the skills they bring to the table. As a graduate assistant, Ben serves as a co-advisor for one council. He also serves as a Hall Director for Delta Tau Delta and Kappa Sigma while pursuing his Masters of Leadership in Higher Education.
Markel Harris, Graduate Assistant
Hall Director – Beta Theta Pi, Lambda Chi Alpha & Sigma Chi
Markel received a Bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Leadership from Oklahoma State University. Markel found his passion for working with students when he began serving as a Leadership Mentor for Housing and Residential Life. He continued to make an impact on students at the university by serving as the Campus Involvement Advisor for the Student Government Association, and working for New Student Orientation & Enrollment as the Orientation Team Leader. Markel is currently pursuing his Masters of Leadership in Higher Education at TCU. He is looking forward to continuing to make an impact on students in his roles as a Hall Director for Fraternity and Sorority Life for Beta Theta Pi, Lambda Chi Alpha, and Sigma Chi as well as working in the Office of Student Development Services.
Infiniti Ingraham, Graduate Assistant
Hall Director – Sigma Kappa & Zeta Tau Alpha
Infiniti received a Bachelors degree in Professional Writing from the University of Central Arkansas. She is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree of Leadership in Higher Education at TCU. She is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. She is a kindhearted and caring individual who loves giving back to her local community. As a graduate assistant in Fraternity & Sorority Life, Infiniti advises one council and serves as the Hall Director for Sigma Kappa and Zeta Tau Alpha. She is extremely excited to work with student leaders as we work together to expand my knowledge and understanding of student development.
Thomas Langford, Graduate Assistant
Hall Director – Sigma Nu & Sigma Phi Epsilon
Thomas received a Bachelor’s of Science in Urban and Regional Planning from the College of Architecture at Texas A&M University. He is currently pursuing a Masters of Leadership in Higher Education at TCU. As an undergraduate student he was involved in several organizations, one of them being an extended orientation program assisting incoming freshmen with their transition to college, and another organization with a focus on student traditions. After graduating from Texas A&M University, he spent two years serving College Advising Corps where he assisted underrepresented students with post-high school planning in the Houston area. As a graduate assistant, Thomas serves as a Hall Director for Sigma Nu and Sigma Phi Epsilon as well as working in Student Activities for TheEnd. He hopes to be able to make a positive impact on the students he works with, and giving them the tools to be successful both academically and develop the necessary leadership skills to achieve their goals.
Kara Rex, Graduate Assistant
Hall Director – Alpha Chi Omega & Pi Beta Phi
Kara received her Bachelor of Science in Agriculture & Society and Political Science with a minor in Sociology from Iowa State University and is currently pursuing her Master of Education in Higher Education Leadership at TCU. Kara is a proud member of Pi Beta Phi and served as Chapter President and Panhellenic President while at ISU. She is passionate about the fraternity and sorority experience and believes in its potential to enhance the student experience. At TCU, Kara works closely with the Panhellenic community on recruitment programming, service and philanthropy, and chapter outreach. She also enjoys working with Zeta Tau Alpha, Sigma Nu, Omega Psi Phi, Chi Upsilon Sigma, Kappa Kappa Gamma, and Pi Beta Phi as their chapter coach. Kara serves as the Hall Director for the women of Alpha Chi Omega and Pi Beta Phi and enjoys building genuine relationships with her residents!
Kinsey Ratcliff, Graduate Assistant
Hall Director – Alpha Delta Pi & Chi Omega
Kinsey received her Bachelor of Science in Communication Studies with a minor in American Sign Language at the University of Texas at Austin. Kinsey volunteered most of her time with the Leadership and Ethics institute on campus where she discovered a passion for guiding students through transformational leadership focused programs. Kinsey is working to earn her Masters of Education in Educational Leadership so that she may continue to help students grow and learn about their strengths. She is excited to continue learning about Student Affairs while trying new things, and meeting new people.
Chris (CJ) Schufford, Graduate Assistant
Hall Director – Pi Kappa Phi & Phi Delta Theta
Chris earned his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of North Texas and is currently working towards his Masters of Higher Education Leadership at TCU. During His time at UNT, Chris worked as a Residential Assistant from The College Inn residence hall and served as a Supreme Court Justice for the Student Government Association. Chris is motivated to learn as much as he can from those around him, and is appreciative of the opportunity to help develop students here at TCU. Chris is a passionate Dallas sports fan and enjoys being in Fort Worth since he is close to his favorite sports team The Dallas Cowboys! Chris is happy to be able to get to learn more about fraternity and sorority life working is the FSL office here. Chris is excited to be an advisor for IFC and NPHC as well as the Hall Director living in Phi Delta Theta and Pi Kappa Phi.
Lanna Whitlock, Graduate Assistant
Hall Director – Alpha Omicron Pi & Delta Gamma
Lanna received her Bachelors of Arts in Social Work with a certificate in Conflict Resolution from the University of Northern Iowa. While pursuing her degree, she was busy on campus as a Student Admissions Ambassador, with Connecting Alumni to Students, a part of Sorority Life, and a Social and Behavioral Sciences Representative. During her time in sorority life as a Gamma Phi Beta, Lanna served as the Financial Vice President and Personal and Chapter Enrichment Chair. Lanna is currently working towards her Masters of Education in Higher Educational Leadership at Texas Christian University. As a first Hall Director in Fraternity and Sorority Life and the Graduate Assistant for the Wellness Center, Lanna looks forward to working with students on TCU’s campus and provide them the space to grow as student leaders.