The Fraternity is fortunate to have well-qualified and passionate staff who serve in the best interests of our undergraduates and alumni brothers. These staff members all have various responsibilities, but share the common characteristic of a passion for Zeta Beta Tau. To contact a team member, see below or reach out to ZBT International Headquarters.
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Who is my Chapter Coach?
Every ZBT chapter and prospective chapter has an assigned staff member to directly assist brothers. Chapter coaches meet with chapter leadership at least monthly, provide assistance and share resources and review Standards of Excellence progress. We encourage brothers to reach out directly to their coach for questions! Click here to see contact information for staff.
|Chapter Designation||University/College||Chapter Coach|
|Alpha Alpha||Purdue University||Molly Bennett|
|Alpha Delta||University of Southern California||Molly Bennett|
|Alpha Eta||University of California-Berkeley||Cody Taylor|
|Alpha Gamma||Vanderbilt University||Rebeca Greenfield|
|Alpha Iota||University of Kentucky||Cody Taylor|
|Alpha Kappa||University of Wisconsin-Madison||Molly Bennett|
|Alpha Nu||Muhlenberg College||Rebeca Greenfield|
|Alpha Omega||University of Miami||Cody Taylor|
|Alpha Omicron||University of Arizona||Molly Bennett|
|Alpha Psi||Penn State University||Molly Bennett|
|Alpha Rho||University of California-Los Angeles||Molly Bennett|
|Alpha Tau||Franklin & Marshall College||Jake Langohr|
|Alpha Xi||Washington University-St. Louis||Jake Langohr|
|Alpha Zeta||University of Florida||Rebeca Greenfield|
|Beta Alpha Chi||York College of Pennsylvania||Jason Horowitz|
|Beta Alpha Theta||University of Colorado Boulder||Molly Bennett|
|Beta Delta||Rutgers State University of New Jersey||Molly Bennett|
|Beta Epsilon||Michigan State University||Cody Taylor|
|Beta Gamma||Indiana University||Craig Rowley|
|Beta Lambda||San Diego State University||Molly Bennett|
|Beta Phi||University of Pittsburgh||Molly Bennett|
|Beta Pi||California State University-Long Beach||Molly Bennett|
|Beta Psi||American University||Jake Langohr|
|Beta Zeta Epsilon||University of Maryland-College Park||Craig Rowley|
|Delta||Columbia University||Rebeca Greenfield|
|Delta Iota||University of Central Florida||Rebeca Greenfield|
|Delta Lambda||Monmouth College||Molly Bennett|
|Delta Omicron||University of Tampa||Craig Rowley|
|Delta Pi||Fairleigh Dickinson University-Metropolitan||Jake Langohr|
|Delta Xi||Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University||Jason Horowitz|
|Delta Zeta||Pace University||Rebeca Greenfield|
|Epsilon Delta||Binghamton University||Rebeca Greenfield|
|Epsilon Mu||University of Kansas||Rebeca Greenfield|
|Epsilon Nu||State University of New York-Oneonta||Rebeca Greenfield|
|Epsilon Phi||Brandeis University||Molly Bennett|
|Epsilon Tau||Fairleigh Dickinson University-Madison||Molly Bennett|
|Epsilon Theta||University of Delaware||Rebeca Greenfield|
|Eta Alpha||Clemson University||Cody Taylor|
|Eta Iota||State University of New York-Plattsburgh||Cody Taylor|
|Eta Kappa||Towson University||Molly Bennett|
|Eta Lambda||Emory University||Rebeca Greenfield|
|Eta Mu||California Polytechnic State University||Rebeca Greenfield|
|Eta Omicron||Quinnipiac University||Rebeca Greenfield|
|Eta Phi||College of Charleston||Rebeca Greenfield|
|Eta Rho||Florida International University||Rebeca Greenfield|
|Eta Sigma||Elon University||Craig Rowley|
|Eta Upsilon||Santa Clara University||Molly Bennett|
|Eta Xi||University of North Carolina at Charlotte||Rebeca Greenfield|
|Gamma||Northwestern University||Craig Rowley|
|Gamma||New York University||Rebeca Greenfield|
|Gamma Beta||California State University-Northridge||Molly Bennett|
|Gamma Chi||University of South Florida||Rebeca Greenfield|
|Gamma Mu||University of Memphis||Jason Horowitz|
|Gamma Nu||California State University-Los Angeles||Jake Langohr|
|Gamma Psi||Northeastern University||Molly Bennett|
|Gamma Tau||Arizona State University||Rebeca Greenfield|
|Gamma Xi||University of California-Santa Barbara||Molly Bennett|
|Iota||University of Denver||Molly Bennett|
|Kappa||Cornell University||Craig Rowley|
|Lambda||University of Texas at Austin||Rebeca Greenfield|
|Lambda||Case Western Reserve University||Rebeca Greenfield|
|Omega||University of Missouri||Molly Bennett|
|Omicron||Syracuse University||Molly Bennett|
|Omicron||Tufts University||Molly Bennett|
|Phi Alpha Alpha||The George Washington University||Craig Rowley|
|Phi Theta Gamma||Lyon College||Molly Bennett|
|Psi||University of Alabama||Molly Bennett|
|Rho||University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign||Craig Rowley|
|Rho Iota||University of Rhode Island||Craig Rowley|
|Sigma||Tulane University||Craig Rowley|
|Theta||University of Pennsylvania||Craig Rowley|
|Theta Alpha||University of Massachusetts-Amherst||Molly Bennett|
|UNF||University of North Florida||Cody Taylor|
|Xi||Georgia Institute of Technology||Cody Taylor|
|Xi||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Jason Horowitz|
|Zeta Eta||Western University (Ontario)||Jake Langohr|
|Zeta Xi||Gannon University||Jake Langohr|
Supreme Council, Foundation, Housing
Libby is a graduate of the University of Missouri with a Bachelor of Educational Studies in Family and Consumer Science Education and Indiana State University with a Master of Science degree in Student Affairs Administration. Prior to returning to Zeta Beta Tau, she was the Executive Director of Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity- the first female executive director of a men’s fraternity. Libby has served as the Assistant Executive Director of Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity, Director of Operations for Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity, Director of Greek Life at the University of Central Missouri and Director of Greek Life at Mount Union College.
Libby is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority where she has served as National Vice President of Programming and on the Alpha Epsilon Phi Foundation Board of Trustees as Secretary. She is also active in the great fraternal community where she has served as Director of the Association of Fraternity and Sorority Advisors Foundation, a lead facilitator for programs of the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC), member of the Fraternity and Sorority Assessment Coalition Project, and volunteer for Circle of Sisterhood.
Libby has been awarded the Riegelman-Jacobs Award for Outstanding Service to the Inferfraternal Community by Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity, the Jack L. Anson Award for Interfraternity Excellence from Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity and the Distinguished Service Award from the Association of Fraternity and Sorority Advisors. Libby has achieved the professional credential of Certified Association Executive. Less than five percent of association executives hold this distinction.
In her spare time, Libby likes to travel, cook, enjoys the theater and cheers for the Mizzou Tigers!
Jason P. Allen, a member of the Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, is a graduate of Oneonta State College with a Bachelor of Science in Sociology and Binghamton University with a Master of Science in Student Affairs Administration. Prior to joining the staff at Zeta Beta Tau, he was the Director of Chapter Services at Psi Upsilon Fraternity. Allen has also previously served as the Director of Education for Phired Up Productions, the Director of Member Development for the Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity, and Assistant Dean of Students at Cornell University.
In his spare time, Allen loves to do life with his wife and dogs, travel, and use witty comments to bring laughter to whoever needs it.
Shelley is a member of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority. Shelley graduated from university with a degree in accounting and went on to receive her 4th Level Certified General Accountant.
Prior to becoming Director of Finance at ZBT, Shelley had served as an accountant and assistant controller for 20 years. Shelley is excited to continue to share her experience and effectively apply it to the continued growth of ZBT.
Jason A. Horowitz was initiated in 2006 at the Beta Phi Chapter at the University of Pittsburgh and graduated in 2009. He previously served in AmeriCorps and worked for both The David Project and Hillel International, focusing on Israel education and programming. He previously served on staff at Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity as the Director of Jewish Programs and Strategic Partnerships from 2015-2017 and previously was a Chapter Advisor to the Gamma Psi Chapter in Boston.
Brother Horowitz has a master’s degree in diplomacy and conflict studies from the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya, Israel. He is an avid traveler and loves to hike and watch hockey in his free time. He is originally from Pennsylvania and currently resides in Washington, D.C.
Basically the original Okie from Muskogee, Molly hails from Northeastern Oklahoma and, with the exception of a two-year stint in St. Louis, Missouri, still calls Oklahoma home. Molly attended Northeastern State University where she earned a bachelor’s degree in communication studies. During her time as an undergraduate student, she became a member of Alpha Omicron Pi. Her undergraduate experiences instilled in Molly a value in the fraternity/sorority experience. Molly holds a master’s degree in Educational Leadership Studies from Oklahoma State University, and before bringing her talents to the ZBTeam, has spent her career in student mentorship and development roles at both Washington University in St. Louis as well as Oklahoma State University.
In her free time, you can most likely find Molly outdoors with her golden retriever, Sonny. When she gets the desire to travel, you can find her visiting various NBA arenas, with the goal of eventually visiting all 29, and during football season, you can almost bet she’ll be in the stands at Boone Pickens Stadium, cheering on the Pokes.
Craig Rowley brings great experience in the fraternal landscape to ZBT. He pursed his bachelor’s in Human Development and Family Studies from Bowling Green State University where he was initiated into the Gamma Zeta Chapter of Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity. Craig then went on to attend Kent State University and earned his master’s degree in Higher Education Administration and Student Personnel.
Prior to joining the ZBT team, Craig was the Assistant Director of Sorority and Fraternity Life from Indiana University, Bloomington. Before his time at IU, he was the Assistant Dean for Greek Life Commons at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
In Craig’s free time you will find him re-watching Parks and Recreation, going to Orange Theory Fitness or singing along to a variety of different music selections.
Rebeca grew up in Spartanburg, South Carolina. She earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Florida (go Gators!) and a master’s degree from the University of South Carolina. She worked as a graduate assistant for peer tutoring in the Student Success Center at South Carolina and served as a chapter services intern for Alpha Epsilon Pi Headquarters.
A member of Gamma Phi Beta, she volunteers for the sorority as a collegiate chapter supervisor. She likes to go to concerts, play tennis and do crossword puzzles in her spare time. She has a black belt in karate and really wants to be on the TV show “Big Brother” one day.
Brother Langohr is from Northern Illinois and graduated with a degree in Sociology from the University of Iowa in 2019. During his time with the Eta Tau chapter at Iowa, he served as Risk Manager, Communication Director, and President. Langohr has aspirations of pursuing a career in law enforcement. In his free time he enjoys reading, working out, and being outdoors.
Brother Taylor is a Southern California native and graduated with a degree in psychology and brain sciences from the University of California Santa Barbara in 2019. During his time with the Gamma Xi chapter at UCSB, he served as Philanthropy Chair, Recruitment Director and Chapter President. He was awarded the Maine-Heffer Award for Most Outstanding President in 2018. He enjoys swimming and surfing.
Andrea is a veteran interfraternal communicator and a life-long grammarian and editor. After a 10-year career in small-town newspapers, she transitioned to the fraternity communications industry with her first stint at the ZBT International Headquarters from 2013-2018. Most recently, she worked at the North American Interfraternity Conference in a senior communicator role before returning to ZBT as Director of Communications and Brand Management. She is a volunteer for the Fraternity Communications Association and for her alma mater, Franklin College.
She is a proud native Hoosier — now based in Indianapolis with her husband — but loves to check out new places and spaces through travel, reading and YouTube treadmill videos. Andrea is a member of Zeta Tau Alpha and one of the few people who still loves Twitter.
Patsy has been on the ZBT staff since the international office moved to Indianapolis in 1995. She has enjoyed working for ZBT – especially talking to all the alumni and undergraduates. Patsy was born in Mexico, but was raised in the States since she was 9 months old, and has lived in Indiana most her life.
She has two daughters and a son-in-law. Patsy graduated from Ricks College (now known as BYU-Idaho) with a degree in office education. In her spare time she loves to read, do crafts, watch movies, but most of all she loves to hang out with her kids.
Kim lives in Carmel, Indiana, and joined the ZBT team in May 2022.
She was raised in Martinsville, Indiana, where she learned to be self-sufficient, build a house and live off the land. Yearning to get away from the country life, she attended Indiana State University and sharpened her administrative and computer skills. Professionally, Kim has been everything from a commodities trader to a Realtor and even a stint as a dog trainer.
In her free time, you can find Kim crafting away with her foster dogs and two resident house cats. She also loves music and plays the guitar (be sure to ask her about it), mandolin, violin and is learning the ukulele.