Friday, March 6, 2015

Feature Friday Staff Profile: Jason Davis, Educational Support Intern

The National Panhellenic Conference has five full-time staff members and interns who work daily to advance the sorority experience. Here we will introduce each staff member and let them tell you who they are and what they do in the office. 

Jason Davis is the spring 2015 educational support intern. He assists Jenny Greyerbiehl, training and curriculum design coordinator, with the creation of learning objectives and assessment tests for NPC educational programs. He also helps develop and design various presentations and comes up with new ways to deliver them.

About Jason: Jason is from Richmond, Va., and graduated from The University of Richmond in 2013 with a degree in psychology. He is currently a graduate student at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), working toward his masters in higher education and student affairs. Along with interning at NPC, he also serves as the graduate assistant for Health and Wellness Promotion at IUPUI. 

Fun Fact: I like washing dishes after a meal. It is meditative and gives me a sense of finality and closure to the meal.

  1. What do you most enjoy about working at NPC? Working at NPC is simultaneously providing me with experience in fraternity and sorority life as well as experience working at a place that is not a college or university. Also, I really like the office culture! 
  2. What are you most passionate about? Self-care and educating 
  3. How would your friends and family describe you? Understanding, gentle and calm
  4. What is your biggest pet peeve? Being late
  5. What have you gained by being a member of a fraternity? Fraternity membership has given me an understanding of basic leadership skills, positive values and principles that guide my work and behavior. In addition I have a lifelong network of friends and brothers.