Over 85% of student leaders on college campuses are involved in Greek communities. With hundreds of thousands of current student members, it is imperative that we communicate effectively with these campus advocates. Tune in to learn from the experts on how to connect with this powerful group.


Episode Host

Amy Jorgensen

Amy Jorgensen

Amy L Jorgensen specializes in developing a digital presence and consumer engagement strategies for brand awareness and customer acquisition. She has also developed marketing strategies and directed implementation for the University of Virginia, Michigan State University, University of Michigan, University of Florida Department of Housing, University of Florida College of Medicine, Disney’s Worldwide Safety and Accessibility, and a Disney ticketing subsidiary company. Amy is a University of Florida Business Marketing alum and now lives in Charlottesville, Virginia with her Basset Hounds, Chauncey Billups & Priscilla Presley.


Jason L. Meriwether

Jason L. Meriwether is the Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management & Student Affairs at Indiana University Southeast in New Albany, Indiana.   Jason has led the refinement of the framework and oversight for Anti-Hazing Education for Greek Letter Organizations on multiple campuses.  Jason has overseen the completion of over 10,000 documented community service hours by Greek Letter Organizations during his career and is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha, Fraternity, Inc.  Jason was worked with the three largest recognized national bodies of Greek Life, the IFC, NPHC, & Pan-Hel as well as service, honors, multicultural, and music fraternities & sororities.  Jason’s national presentations on legal issues related to hazing have been the subject of cover stories in the Student Affairs Today Newsletter and in College Athletics and the Law.  You can learn more about Jason by visiting www.jasonlmeriwether.com or following him on twitter @JLMeriwether06.


Kenny Jones

Kenny Jones is the Associate Director for Community Development at the University of Pennsylvania. Kenny has worked professionally with Greek Life since 2004 where he has served in many capacities including Director of Membership and Development Services, Collegiate Advisor, Professional Advisory Board and International StepMaster. In the field of Fraternity and Sorority Life, Kenny holds leadership roles is the Northeast Greek Leadership Association, The Association of Fraternity and Sorority Advisors, and numerous volunteer roles in over a dozen fraternities and sororities. Kenny was recently was recognized in Ebony magazine for being one of the nation’s top young leaders under the age of 30. Kenny’s doctoral research is in the origins of homophobia within Multicultural Greek realms with a dissertation entitled “A Tale of Five Cities: Portraits of Gay and Bisexual Men in Black fraternities.”


Myrna Y. Hernandez

Myrna is the Assistant Dean of Student for Campus Living and Community Development at DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana. Myrna has worked at DePauw since 2006. She graduated from Indiana University with a B.S. in Education and was a Spanish teacher upon receiving her degree. She returned to Indiana University and completed her M.S. in Education with a focus on Higher Education and Student Affairs Administration. She worked in Residence Life at East Carolina University, University of Wisconsin – Madison, and Minnesota State University – Mankato before coming to DePauw. Myrna grew up in Portage, Indiana. You can follow Myrna on Twitter @myhernan.


Maggie Hayes

Maggie Hayes is the Coordinator of Sorority Life at DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana. Maggie has worked at DePauw since the fall of 2010, previously serving as Hall Coordinator for Lucy Hall. Maggie earned a masters’ degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs from Indiana University in May of 2013. Maggie did her undergraduate work at the University of Maryland, College Park where she majored in Sociology with a minor in Leadership Studies. You can follow her on Twitter @maggieahayes.

  • Monique Lynette

    Your bio on Kenny Jones should be removed. It is now inaccurate.