Prior to her position as director of fraternity and sorority life, Cara worked in Student Affairs at WCU with Student Leadership and Involvement, as well as Judicial Affairs. Before arriving at WCU, she was the fraternity and sorority advisor at Virginia Commonwealth University (2006-2010) where she advised four award-winning governing councils and more than 30 chapters. Before that, she worked with the leadership programs and fraternity and sorority life at Quinnipiac University. Cara received her bachelor of arts in 2003 from Randolph-Macon College in Virginia and master of education from the University of South Carolina in 2005.
Meghan began working at WCU in August 2012 as an interim appointment for the offices of Student Leadership and Involvement and Fraternity and Sorority Life before being permanently hired in April 2013. She comes from The Pennsylvania State University where she earned her masters of education in college student affairs in 2012. Her background in residence life, parent programs, and leadership development provided experience in advising groups, chapter management, program planning, and facilitation. Meghan also earned her bachelor of arts from Penn State in 2006.
Currently enrolled in the Graduate Social Work program at the University, Danielle is a 2013 graduate of WCU. During her undergraduate years, Danielle served as chapter president of her sorority – which was recognized as the Sorority of the Year for efforts during her tenure. She was a member of the Phi Alpha Social work honor society, Student Leadership & Involvement programs such as S.A.I.L and State Farm Executive Leadership Series, as well as countless community service programs.