Indianapolis, April 19, 2017—Known throughout the higher education community for his commitment to interfraternalism and leadership development, Dominic Greene will soon bring his experience to the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) as Vice President of Campus Operations for the mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions.

Joining staff July 1, Greene will deliver campus support to college fraternity communities and contribute to NIC educational and advocacy initiatives. This position’s focus on undergraduate development, alumni engagement and council effectiveness will lend to the NIC’s overarching Vision for Fraternity Communities. Greene will join fellow VPs Will Foran, Rick Barnes and Blaine Ayers, further growing the campus support team.

“Dominic’s extensive experience in higher education and the fraternal industry makes him the perfect resource to support campuses in his region,” said NIC President & CEO Judson Horras.

Greene’s breadth of experience spans fraternity/sorority life, student activities, leadership development and residence life, providing valuable subject matter expertise across the higher education landscape.

“As a long-time volunteer for the NIC, I am excited to work for an organization that has done so much for me personally and professionally,” Greene said of joining the NIC team. “The position perfectly aligns all of my passion areas as I work with our member organizations and campuses to continue elevating the fraternal movement.”

Most recently serving as Director of Student Activities at American University, Greene oversaw fraternity/sorority life, student government and organizations, and leadership programming. In this role, he successfully increased support of the fraternity/sorority community with the addition of professional staff, establishment of four new chapters and procurement of significant leadership development funding for fraternal officers. Prior to this role, Greene served as Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life at Northwestern University and was the catalyst to immense growth within the community, adding 11 new chapters over eight years and increasing participation in campus leadership programs by 540 percent.

Greene’s involvement in fraternity/sorority life has encompassed both professional and volunteer roles. He has facilitated almost 100 interfraternal leadership programs, including 30 of the NIC’s Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute (UIFI), Impact and Alcohol Summit sessions. He is a long-time Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors (AFA) volunteer, and the organization recognized him as Volunteer of the Year. Beta Theta Pi also honored Greene with the Interfraternalism Recognition Award and Regional Volunteer Award for his work as a program facilitator and chapter advisor.

Greene joined Delta Upsilon while attending University of Oregon, where he served as chapter President and a two-term IFC officer. He earned his master’s of education from University of South Florida. Greene will work from his home in Washington, D.C., where he will be accessible to the campuses he serves.