Gary Wiser, Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life
Gary has been the Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life since August 2013. Originally from Murfreesboro, TN, Gary received his Bachelor of Science degree in political science from Middle Tennessee State University and his Master of Arts in Education degree in student affairs and Doctor of Education degree in educational leadership from Western Kentucky University. Prior to his appointment as Director, Gary served as the Coordinator of Student Activities and Greek Affairs at Western Kentucky University and the Coordinator of Student Development at Birmingham-Southern College. His favorite thing about working with the Clemson fraternity and sorority community is helping members reach their full potential through our core values.
Stacey Garrett, Assistant Director Fraternity and Sorority Housing
Stacey Garrett is from Woodbridge, Virginia and received a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing from the College of William and Mary and a Master of Education in Counseling Psychology degree with a concentration in College Student Personnel Administration from James Madison University. Before coming to Clemson, she served as a Residence Education Coordinator at Longwood University. She has the pleasure of working with undergraduate and graduate students. Stacey truly believes that the opportunities and experiences a student has as a fraternity or sorority member are incomparable.
Michael Keane, Graduate Assistant
Michael is originally from Chicago, Illinois but came to Greenville, SC to attend Furman University where he graduated May 2012 with a History degree. His passion for student development and fraternities and sororities has led him to Clemson University to pursue a Master of Counselor Education and Student Affairs degree. He currently works as a Graduate Assistant for Fraternities and Sororities. This role allows him to advise students, chapters, and councils, providing them with the resources needed for them to succeed. He is excited about the experience and what the future may hold for him at Clemson.
Tyler Hill, Graduate Assistant
Tyler serves as a Graduate Assistant for Fraternities and Sororities while focusing mainly in the IFC community. While he is a originally from Newnan, Georgia, he received his Recreation and Tourism Management degree with a Coaching minor from Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, Georgia. As a maturing student affairs professional, Tyler looks forward to helping students reach their full potential. He has a heart for student development and student interaction. He also enjoys the diverse cultures of our students and seeing what makes Clemson so unique.
Sabrina Nelson, Graduate Assistant
Sabrina Nelson is from Fort Collins, Colorado and received a degree in Theology from Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. As a result of her experience at Creighton she decided to pursue a career in higher education and is studying Counselor Education (Student Affairs) at Clemson University. Sabrina enjoys serving as an advisor, mentor, and resource to students in fraternities and sororities through her role as a Graduate Assistant. She is excited to see all of the great things the Greek community can achieve in the upcoming years and looks forward to working with the Greek Programming Board.
Crystal Reese, Graduate Assistant
Crystal Reese is a first year Fraternity and Sorority Graduate Assistant from Thomson, GA. She attended the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia where she earned a dual degree in Literature and English Education and also became a proud member of the Zeta Psi chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. While graduate school searching, Crystal wanted to find an institution with a competitive Student Affairs department with connections to Counseling. She found all of those things at Clemson University. Her favorite parts of her assistantship position are interacting with students on a daily basis, making impacts across campus, and responding to variations of challenges that are essential to the graduate school experience.