Data insights provide an opportunity for national fraternities and sororities to promote their unique values, and address issues of alcohol use, hazing, and sexual violence. At Zeta Tau Alpha and Sigma Nu, data from fraternity and sorority members is utilized frequently to drive national strategy, and measure success.
In this recording, you'll hear from Kyle A. Pendleton, M.Ed, Director of Harm Reduction & Education at Zeta Tau Alpha, and Scott A. Smith, M.Ed., Director of Leadership Development at Sigma Nu, regarding how member data influences their harm reduction, education, and prevention strategies.
About the Presenters:
Scott A. Smith, M.Ed.
Director of Leadership Development
Sigma Nu Fraternity, Inc.
Scott is responsible for the development and management of the educational, development, and training programs provided for Sigma Nu collegiate members. He writes curriculum for the Fraternity’s officer training, leadership, and member development programs; manages the onboarding process for entry level employees and supervises the leadership consultant team; oversees the assessment and evaluation of chapters and all educational programs; and serves as Sigma Nu’s primary administrator for GreekLifeEdu and other EverFi programs. Scott has a Master’s in Higher Education from the University of Arkansas and Bachelor’s degrees in History and Sociology from the University of Central Arkansas.
Kyle A. Pendleton, M.Ed
Senior Director of Harm Reduction & Education
Zeta Tau Alpha Fraternity
Kyle A. Pendleton has been working with fraternity and sorority students for over 20 years. He received his M.Ed. in Student Personnel Administration from the University of South Carolina and has held positions at San Diego State University, Columbia University, Northwestern University, and served as the Assistant Dean of Students at Purdue University.