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.
Molly Devine, Assistant Director
Molly completed her undergraduate work at the College of Charleston earning her Bachelor of Arts degree in Arts Management, and her graduate work at The University of Southern Mississippi earning her Masters of Education in Counseling and College Student Personnel. She is a member of Phi Mu, and served as a Leadership Consultant visiting approximately 50 chapters in 19 different states, and helped colonize 3 new chapters. Molly serves as an active volunteer for numerous national fraternities and sororities and enjoys the opportunity to give back to the fraternal community. Molly has worked at TCU since 2012 in Fraternity and Sorority Life, and her current role includes overseeing all fraternity and sorority housing programs and working on leadership initiatives.
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 is the Hall Director for Martin Moore.
Devin Gregory, Coordinator
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. She also advised 4 chapters and aided in the establishment of 2 new fraternities and 1 sorority on campus. Devin started as the Panhellenic Advisor in 2015 and has loved her experience working with a community that is as high achieving, polished, and values-centered as the Panhellenic women are here at TCU. Devin prides herself on being an available resource for our students offering holistic support for their college and sorority 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. Devin is absolutely thrilled to serve as the Panhellenic Advisor and Hall Director for Moody and Wiggins.
Evan Konecky, Coordinator
Evan completed his undergraduate work at Florida Atlantic University, earning his Bachelors of Arts in Elementary Education, he received his Masters degree in Higher Education from Syracuse University. While at Syracuse, Evan worked in the office of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs, while working in that office he was the NPHC advisor and oversaw all the social events, philanthropy events, and managed the accreditation program for the community. While at Syracuse he expanded the NPHC community from six organizations to nine, completing the Divine Nine. Evan started working for TCU in the summer of 2015, and has loved every moment of his experience. The students at TCU are talented, bright, energetic and are going to make an impact in their community. Evan advises the NPHC and IFC council and is the advising coach for; Alpha Delta Pi, FIJI, Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. Kappa Alpha Theta, Lambda Theta Phi Fraternity, Inc. Pi Kappa Phi and Sigma Chi. With the new coaching model shift, Evan hopes to be a resource for the organizations that he advises and wants to be the students biggest champion and supporter. He is also the Hall Director for Tomlinson Hall.
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.
Brooke Bennett, Graduate Assistant
Brooke received her undergraduate degree in Communication Studies from Cal Poly – San Luis Obispo. She is currently pursuing her Masters in Educational Leadership with an emphasis in Higher Education. She is a member of Chi Omega and served as the philanthropy coordinator helping to raise 40,000 dollars for Make-A-Wish foundation. Brooke serves as a hall director for Alpha Omicron Pi and Delta Gamma and works closely with IFC and Panhellenic social chairs to help manage events.
Kyle Dupper, Graduate Assistant
Kyle is an alumnus of Virginia Tech where he double majored in Agricultural Science and Turfgrass Management. Kyle is a proud member of FarmHouse Fraternity where he served as the Chapter President and served on IFC as the Director of Member Education. After graduation, Kyle took a job as an Educational Leadership Consultant for FarmHouse. He worked with 25+ different chapters on many different topics, such as leadership development, risk management, and new member education. As a graduate assistant, Kyle serves as an advisor for the Panhellenic Council and helps with the CRA training program. He also serves as a Hall Director for Kappa Alpha Theta and Kappa Kappa Gamma while pursuing his Master of Educational Leadership degree in Higher Education.
Carson Flynn, Graduate Assistant
Carson earned his Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Minnesota and is currently working towards his Masters of Higher Education Leadership at TCU. During his time at the University of Minnesota, Carson acted as an Administrative Assistant for the National Residence Hall Honorary and worked as a Community Advisor for Housing and Residence Life. Carson is invigorated by meaningful and authentic conversations so he has greatly enjoyed the deeply relational approach that TCU takes regarding its students. Carson is also extremely data-driven so he is looking forward to becoming involved with some of the research opportunities in the Fraternity and Sorority Life office. Carson 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.
Kelsey Graham, Graduate Assistant
Kelsey received a Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies with an emphasis in Social and Behavioral Sciences from the University of North Alabama. She is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Higher Education Leadership here at Texas Christian University. At her previous institution, Kelsey served as a Resident Advisor for two years and as a Senior Resident Advisor for one year. She also interned at the Center for Women’s Studies. These experiences led Kelsey to find her passion within Higher Education where she is able to utilize her skills to assist in creating and fostering an environment cohesive to student success. She looks forward to providing this environment for the Greek population at TCU by serving as one of the Hall Directors for Chi Omega, Alpha Delta Pi, Phi Mu, Tri Delta, and Gamma Phi Beta. She also works as the Graduate Assistant for the Transfer Center in the office for Student Development Services. Kelsey is honored to serve in these roles and looks forward to working with the ambitious, diligent, and enthusiastic student population here at TCU.
Zach Stroth, Graduate Assistant
Zach completed his undergraduate work in 2015 at Kansas State University earning his Bachelor of Science degree in Family Studies and Human Services with emphasis areas in Conflict Analysis and Trauma Studies, American Ethnic Studies, and Leadership. He is an involved member of the Delta Chi Fraternity, and served as a Senior Leadership Consultant from 2015 to 2017, visiting approximately 80 chapters and colonies across 47 states and Canada. Currently a first year graduate student at TCU working to earn his Masters of Education in Educational Leadership in Higher Education, he is most excited to collaborate with the student population at TCU in his roles as a graduate assistant for the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life as a Housing Director and for the Office of Student Activities working with HallCrew. Zach considers himself a fierce advocate for student success and looks forward to helping students achieve their greatest potential.
Brittany Washington, Graduate Assistant
Brittany is a recent alumna of Texas A&M University- Commerce where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. As an undergraduate she was heavily invested in her university. Her involvement included leadership in her sorority; Chi Omega, serving as an ambassador for the president’s office, being a residential assistant, serving as co-chair of her University’s Homecoming Committee, as well being a research apprentice in the Psychology department. Brittany believes Maya Angelo said it best when stating, “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” This ideology is at the forefront of all that she does when working with students and peers. As a graduate student she is currently pursuing a master’s degree in counseling here at TCU. She serves as a Hall Director in Worth Hills and also works with Housing and Residence Life to promote inclusion and cultural enrichment.
Sarah Zeigler, Graduate Assistant
Sarah earned her Bachelor of Business Administration in Business Management from the University of North Florida. While pursuing her degree, she was involved within the Panhellenic Council, Housing and Residence Life, and Student Government. Sarah is currently working toward her Masters of Education in Higher Educational Leadership here at Texas Christian University. She is working with Fraternity and Sorority Life as a Hall Director in Worth Hills as well as the Graduate Assistant for The End in Student Activities.