Our recruitment coaches have worked with individual chapters, campus communities, and inter/national organizations for years. We develop a unique approach for each of our partnerships. Our recruitment coaches a consultant actively engaged your community/organization before, during, and after. CAMPUSPEAK’s coach and consultants have extensive experience working with fraternity/sorority members and the ability to engage effectively with various constituents to recruit the best chapter members. They are experienced professionals and recognized experts in the field
This Approach is Ideal For
- Fraternity & Sorority Chapters
- Fraternity & Sorority National Organizations
- Fraternity & Sorority Governing Councils
Meet Our Recruitment Coaches
Dan received his bachelor’s degree in communication and leadership studies from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and his master’s degree in educational administration and leadership affairs specializing in student affairs from the University of the Pacific. For over 15 years Dan worked in higher education before becoming a full-time speaker, coach & consultant. He now engages students and communities on topics such as the intersection of alcohol and consent, leadership, creating change, and masculinity in an effort to encourage audiences to be brave enough to have the conversations that matter. He enjoys whatever free time he has spending it with his two children who also live in Los Angeles.
Tom is a nationally recognized keynote speaker and consultant who is an expert in helping leaders reach their extraordinary leadership potential. Over the past decade, Tom has worked with thousands of student leaders and in his straight-forward style, he will share what the best ones do to thrive in everything that they are involved with. In addition to his work with students, Tom has also helped a wide range of organizations find, develop and keep top young leaders, including national non-profits, the United States Navy, the Harvard Medical School, industry trade associations and Fortune 500 companies. Tom is originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and currently lives in Scottsdale, Arizona where he enjoys golfing, boxing, hiking, and traveling.
Rafael Matos earned his BFA in Fine Arts and Masters in Public Art Studies from the University of Southern California. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Communication Media and Instructional Technology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. He is a life member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. He is a speaker and facilitator who has impacted hundreds of students across the country. He is a leading expert in NPHC/MGC Intake process. Rafael has worked on various college campuses, ranging from small liberal arts to large public institutions.
Jessi McPherrin Sheridan
Jessi McPherrin Sheridan traveled as a Leadership Consultant for her fraternal organization, Alpha Gamma Delta International Fraternity. She went on to Florida State University where she obtained her Master’s Degree in Higher Education Administration. Jessie has served as a Fraternity/Sorority Advisor at Lehigh University and the Assistant Director of Student Involvement at Villanova University. Currently, Jessi is the Chief Operating Officer at Delta Phi Epsilon International Sorority serving a growing membership of over 67,000.
Jessi dedicates much of her time to the fraternity and sorority industry through volunteering through various outlets including the Association of Fraternity and Sorority Advisors and Alpha Gamma Delta.
As a member of Alpha Xi Delta from the University of New Hampshire, Christina truly believes in the vision of helping others to ‘realize their potential’. Having worked with fraternal organizations as both a
campus professional and volunteer, she uses the knowledge she gained from these experiences to provide recommendations to and support chapters, communities, and organizations. Christina received her M.Ed in Higher Education and Student Affairs from Salem State University and her Ed.D in Higher Education Administration from the George Washington University studying gender role norms and leadership style development in college men. Throughout her career, Christina has worked in many areas in higher education such as Fraternity & Sorority Life, Residential Life, and Student Activities with extensive experience in Title IX, judicial affairs, crisis response, and strategic planning.
David Stollman has worked with Fraternity/Sorority Life communities for over 20 years and is recognized as an industry leader. He has worked with a variety of communities & organizations to identify solutions to problems they are facing; ranging from hazing prevention and risk management to recruitment and community growth. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland and the co-founder and President of CAMPUSPEAK.