- Interfraternity Council
- Multicultural Greek Council
- National Pan-Hellenic Council
- Panhellenic Council
Meet the Staff
Although the University acknowledges, supports, and values self-governance as part of the collegiate fraternal experience, the University believes that self-directed activities can be facilitated and enhanced through stable and guiding relationships with qualified and experienced professional personnel of the University. Therefore, the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs personnel are responsible to advise the self-directed activities of the governing councils of the fraternity and sorority community, including the Interfraternity, Multicultural Greek, National Pan-Hellenic, and Panhellenic Councils. The role of such advisement includes coordinating, training, guiding, counseling, supporting and assisting the councils to function effectively within the frameworks of the University, North-American Interfraternity Conference, National Panhellenic Conference, and National Pan-Hellenic Council policies.
Dr, Johnny Robinson, Director of Student Involvement
Dr. Johnny Robinson, Director of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs is from Stephenville, TX. As a first-generation college student, Dr. Robinson earned his Bachelor of Science and Master of Education from Tarleton State University and Doctor of Education from the University of North Texas.
Dr. Robinson has a passion for the fraternity/sorority experience and the potential impact to foster student learning and development. Dr. Robinson has published research in scholarly journals and presented at conferences on topics related to fraternity/sorority assessment, strategic planning, leadership behavior, and student affairs administration. Dr. Robinson is a proud member of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity and serves as a Master Steward (national alumni volunteer).
Contact For: Department oversight, Student Health and Safety, Greek Neighborhood
Casey Domnick, Assistant Director for Fraternity & Sorority Affairs
Casey Domnick, Assistant Director for the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs, is from Chickasha, Oklahoma. He graduated from Oklahoma State University in December of 2011 with a Bachelors of Science in University Studies. He went on to receive his Masters of Arts in Communication with an emphasis in Leadership and Organizational Change from Drury University in Springfield, Missouri. While at Drury, Casey worked as the Greek Programs Coordinator, and after two years, he moved on to the College of Charleston in Charleston, SC where he held the role of Assistant Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life for four years, advising the Panhellenic Council.
Casey is a proud member of Kappa Alpha Order, and served as Recruitment Coordinator while in IFC. Casey attributes his undergraduate leadership experiences throughout Campus Life at OSU to who he is today and truly believes the fraternity and sorority experience is the best way to grow as a leader.
McKinley Paratore, Coordinator for Fraternity & Sorority Affairs
McKinley Paratore, Coordinator with the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Affairs, is from Oswego, IL. Her time in undergrad was spent serving as VP of Finance and eventually Chapter President of the IL Eta Chapter of Pi Beta Phi. Graduating in 2018 with her Bachelor of Science in Digital Media Marketing, McKinley went on to work for Pi Beta Phi Headquarters as a Traveling Leadership Development Consultant during the 2018-2019 academic year. She then went on to get her Masters of Education in Student Affairs with a certificate in Social Justice at Iowa State University. Here, she worked in the Student Activities Center with Leadership & Service programs as well as serving as a Graduate Live-In Advisor for the Delta Upsilon Fraternity.
Since Graduating with her Masters in 2021, McKinley has spent the last two years running OSUs extended orientation program, Camp Cowboy. McKinley is excited to once again work with the Greek community as she believes that members involved in fraternities/sororities practice lifelong skills including self-efficacy, servant leadership, accountability, and relationship building that make them more prepared for life beyond college.
Elizabeth Greythorne, Administrative Support Specialist for Fraternity & Sorority Affairs
Elizabeth Greythorne is originally from Ponca City, Oklahoma. She graduated from Oklahoma State University in May 1991 with a Bachelors of Science in Apparel Design. She has designed and created Medieval and Renaissance costumes, competition ballroom dancing gowns, wedding gowns, uniforms for the Las Vegas and Atlantic City resorts, and flags and banners for the military.
Elizabeth is a proud Gamma Phi Beta alumna, and enjoys being able to give back to the fraternity and sorority community that helped her grow during college.
Contact For: Event Registration, Calendar Updates, General Information Requests
Jordan Garrett, Graduate Assistant for Panhellenic Council & National Pan-Hellenic Council
Jordan Garrett, the Graduate Assistant for the Panhellenic and National Pan-Hellenic Councils, is from Tulsa, Oklahoma. She graduated from Oklahoma State University in May of 2023 with a BS in Human Development and Family Sciences and is currently pursuing a MS in Applied Human Services.
Jordan is an alumna of Pi Beta Phi and served in various leadership roles on campus during her time as an undergraduate including Internal Vice President of Recruitment of the Panhellenic Council and VP of Recruitment for Pi Beta Phi.
Reilly Peace, Graduate Assistant for Interfraternity Council & Multicultural Greek Council
Reilly Peace, the Graduate Assistant for the Interfraternity Council and the Multicultural Greek Council, is from Tulsa, Ok. She graduated from Oklahoma State University in May of 2022 with a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and minor in pre-counseling. Reilly is currently pursuing a Master's in Marriage and Family Therapy at OSU.
Reilly is an alumna of Chi Omega and served in various leadership roles on campus including an internship with the Center for Family Services as well as various research and teaching practicums. She also served within other campus organizations like participating as a Gamma Chi for panhellenic recruitment, Order of Omega, and Cowboython.
Reid Rector, Graduate Assistant for Programming and Shows
Reid Rector, the Graduate Assistant for Fraternity and Sorority Shows and Programming, is from Broken Arrow, Ok. He is a 2022 OSU graduate with degrees in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Minors in Jazz Studies and Applied Computer Programming. Reid is currently pursuing an MBA and looks forward to helping carry on some of OSU’s most beloved traditions, while motivating students to strive for the highest and build their legacy at OSU!