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Brandon Cutler (He/Him/His)                                                                                                  

Associate Dean/Director of Fraternity, Sorority & Cooperative Life

Brandon Cutler has served the Purdue Fraternity, Sorority and Cooperative Community since April 2013.   As the Associate Dean of Students and Director, he provides leadership for all areas within the Fraternity, Sorority and Cooperative Community. Brandon received his bachelor's degree in Agriculture Studies from Iowa State University, master's degree in College Student Personnel from Western Illinois University and is pursuing a PhD in Technology from Purdue University - Purdue Polytechnic Institute. He previously served as the Assistant Director of Greek Affairs at Kansas State University and Assistant Director of Student Life/Director of Greek Life at Ball State University. Additionally, Brandon serves on the Association of Fraternity and Sorority Advisors Board of Directors and is member of the Theta Chi - Alpha Mu Chapter House Corporation Board.  Brandon enjoys spending time with his family and friends, the outdoors and college football and basketball.  Boiler Up!

Advising Areas: Interfraternity Council, Chapter/Organization Liaison

Responsibilities: Fraternity/Sorority Alumni Advisory Council, Assessment, Partnership Development, Accountability Team, Encumberances, Development/Fundraising

 

Spencer Hudec (She/Her/Hers)                                                                                             

Associate Director for Fraternity, Sorority & Cooperative Life

Originally from San Antonio, TX Spencer Hudec serves as the Associate Director of Fraternity, Sorority and Cooperative Life. Spencer earned a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from the University of North Texas and a Master of Science in College Student Development & Counseling from Northeastern University in Boston, MA. As an undergraduate she served in a variety of leadership roles on campus including Student Government, Extended Orientation programs, two terms on the Panhellenic Executive Board, and a variety of positions within her sorority.

Spencer serves as a volunteer with a number of national organizations specializing in leadership development and prevention programs. Her past involvement includes serving on a chapter advisory board, a house corporation board of directors, an alumnae association officer, and recently the Alumnae Philanthropy Director for the Alpha Delta Pi Foundation. Spencer has dual affiliation in Kappa Gamma Chi a local sorority at Emerson College. 

Advising Areas: Chapter/Organization Liaison               

Responsibilities: Risk Management and Prevention Initiatives, Health & Safety Education, Marketing and Growth Initiatives, Partnership Development, Order of Omega  

 

James Silay (He/Him/His)                                                                                                

Assistant Director for Fraternity, Sorority & Cooperative Life

James is a native of Pittsburgh, PA (and of course a Steelers, Pirates, and Penguins fan). He received his bachelor’s degree in Sociology with a minor in Anthropology from Case Western Reserve University where he was involved with his fraternity, Beta Theta Pi, orientation, student activities and various other organization. Afterword, James received his master’s degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs from the University of South Carolina. While at South Carolina James worked primarily with the student programming board, Carolina Productions, in addition to advising a chapter of Beta Theta Pi Fraternity. After obtaining his master’s degree James worked at the University of Virginia as the Program Coordinator for Student Engaging, advising the student programming board, a student art board, a hazing event program, and worked on assessment for his office. James enjoys cooking and is an avid runner who has completed three marathons so far.

Advising Areas: Multicultural Greek Council, Panhellenic Association, Chapter/Organization Liaison

Responsibilities: Chapter President's Leadership Academy (CPLA), Greek Honor Night, RESPECT initiative

 

Amanda Oller (She/Her/Hers)   

Assistant Director for Fraternity, Sorority & Cooperative Life

Amanda received her bachelor's degree in Psychology and Anthropology from the University of Iowa and her Master's degree in Student Affairs and Higher Education Administration from Iowa State University. While at Iowa State, Amanda served as a Leadership and Education Development Advisor in the Office of Greek Affairs, advising the National Pan-Hellenic Council, Order of Omega, Rho Lambda and Greek Week. She also served as the Graduate Assistant in the Student Activities Center, working with Service programs and Alternative Breaks. After graduation, Amanda worked as the Coordinator for Fraternity and Sorority Life at the University of North Florida, advising the Interfraternity Council, the National Pan-Hellenic Council, Order of Omega, and coordinated all leadership education initiatives for the Greek community.

Advising Areas: National Pan-Hellenic Council, Purdue Cooperative Council, Chapter/Organization Liaison

Responsibilities: Fraternal Values Society, Fraternity, Sorority & Cooperative Leadership Summit (FSCLS), IFC Growth Initiatives, Roster & Grade Reports, Officer Trainings 

 

Jimmy Cox (He/Him/His)                                                                                                       

Director of Student-Alumni Programs

Jimmy Cox is the director of student-alumni programs at the Purdue for Life Foundation.  He provides leadership for the fraternity, sorority and cooperative alumni engagement initiative which is a partnership between the Foundation and the Dean of Students Office.  As a student, Jimmy was heavily involved in student government, College Mentors for Kids, and Theta Chi Fraternity, where he served as president.  Jimmy graduated from Purdue in 2009 with a BA in political science and history.   Following graduation, he was hired as a chapter consultant for Theta Chi and spent two years working with undergraduate chapters at more than 60 different campuses addressing recruitment, risk management, scholarship, and member education. Cox earned his master’s degree in higher education and student affairs in 2013 from Indiana University. He began working at Purdue for Life in December 2014, overseeing student-alumni programs.  Jimmy and his wife Megan (M’09) live in Westfield, Indiana.

Responsibilities: Alumni, Advisor, and Volunteer Engagement 

 

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