Dr. Jamison 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 23 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), the Gamma Sigma Alpha National Greek Academic Honor Society, and currently, the Southeastern Greek Leadership Association. 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 20 years and oversees the academic scholarship program for his own local chapter.
Kerry McCarthy is the Assistant Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life at the Georgia Institute of Technology. In her role, she advises the Collegiate Panhellenic Council, the Multicultural Panhellenic Council, and Order of Omega, serve as a liaison to 39 private Greek housing corporations and organizes the Greek Advance Programs. She is a proud member of the Gamma Rho Chapter of Gamma Phi Beta, and it is in her home state of Wisconsin where she completed her B.S. in Psychology at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. She first set foot in Georgia when she moved to Statesboro to receive her M.Ed in Higher Education Administration at Georgia Southern University. Kerry has worked with Fraternity and Sorority Life in a multitude of ways, from her professional career to volunteer roles. Kerry has served her Sorority, Gamma Phi Beta, as Risk Management and Policy Specialist and the Gamma Rho chapter's Recruitment Advisor. Currently, she volunteers for Southeastern Greek Leadership Association, AFLV, and the National Panhellenic Conference as part of the Recruitment Committee. Kerry is dedicated to facilitating conversations on mental health, women empowerment, navigating loss and community building. She enjoys movies, rock music, cuddles with her dog Kennedy, Peloton, and exploring new places.
Arlandis Lundy is the Assistant Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life at the Georgia Institute of Technology. In his role, he advises the National Pan-Hellenic Council, advisor to the Greek Programming Board, and coordinates community wide programs including Greek Week, Homecoming Activities, and the Fraternal Excellence Award. Arlandis is an Atlanta native born and raised in Stone Mountain, GA. He continued to complete his B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies with concentrations in Psychology, Sociology, and African American Studies at Valdosta State University. Arlandis furthered his passions at Valdosta State and completed is M.S. in Sociology. Arlandis then went on to pursue is career as a higher education professional in various housing roles. In his most recent role, he advised the National Pan-Hellenic Council, Independent Greek Council, and Multicultural Greek Council at Towson University as the Coordinator of Fraternity Life. Arlandis is a proud member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. and honorary member of Order of Omega. Arlandis joins us here at Georgia Tech dedicated to social restoration and providing spaces for all voices to be heard and seen. Arlandis is a foodie at heart and enjoys cooking and catering, he also enjoys karaoke to late 90's to early 2000s R&B, and sightseeing in the city.