Staff Biographies

Jamison Keller,  Ed. D.
Assistant Dean/Director of Greek Affairs


Dr. Keller earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from California State University, San Bernardino where he was involved in many aspects of student life including new student orientation, student government, university ambassadors, Interfraternity Council and within his own fraternity serving in many capacities including president. He went on to earn his Master of Education in College Student Affairs from Azusa Pacific University and his Doctor of Education in Higher Education Administration from the University of Southern California. He has spent 20 years working within higher education as a faculty member, consultant, a student affairs generalist and fraternity and sorority specialist. Professionally, Jamison has also served on the executive boards for the Western Regional Greek Association (now AFLV), the Association of Fraternity and Sorority Advisors (AFA) and currently for Gamma Sigma Alpha National Greek Academic Honor Society. Jamison travels the country consulting various fraternity and sorority communities on behalf of CAMPUSPEAK, Launchpoint, and with his own program entitled “Brotherhood and Sisterhood Faded.” Jamison has been a national volunteer for his own fraternity for the past 16 years and oversees the academic scholarship program for his own local chapter. Jamison is excited to be a part of an amazing institution and looks forward to partnering with Yellow Jacket fraternity men and women in advancing the Greek experience at the Georgia Tech!


Amanda Fishman
Coordinator/Greek Affairs

Amanda Fishman is from Sebastian, FL and is a graduate of Stetson University with a B.S. in Integrative Medicine. As an active orientation leader, student athlete, and member of the Greek community at Stetson, Amanda found her passion within student affairs. Therefore, she ultimately went on to pursue a Master of Education degree from Auburn University in the Administration of Higher Education program. Throughout her two years at Auburn, Amanda served as the President of the Higher Education Student Association, was a sexual assault survivor advocate, regularly facilitated risk management and bystander educational workshops, and worked with the Panhellenic Council, Residence Life, Leadership and Service, and the Health Promotion & Wellness Services offices. She has also had various internship opportunities in Greek Life and Leadership at the University of Louisville, Western Carolina University, and the University of Vermont. Amanda also volunteers for her own sorority, Pi Beta Phi, as an alumnae advisor for a local chapter. Amanda continues to volunteer fraternally for her sorority, Pi Beta Phi as an advisor to the chapter at Auburn University as well as serving as the recruitment advisor to Beta Theta Pi at Emory University. When Amanda is out of the office, she finds herself spending way too much on good coffee, exploring the to find the next great brunch spot, and spending time outdoors! It is with immense joy that she has been able to work for institutions with a rich history of fraternity and sorority life and she is excited to continue doing so here, with the Yellow Jacket family!


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