Staff

Professional Staff

Photo of Maggie Hayes with a Badger statue in front of Camp Randall.

Maggie Hayes

(she/her/hers)

Director

Contact Information:

E-mail: maggie.hayes@wisc.edu

Phone: 608.890.3329

Academic Background:

University of Maryland, B.A. in Sociology, Minor in Leadership Studies

Indiana University, M.S. in Higher Education and Student Affairs

Favorite Things & Passions: antiques, reading (mostly suspenseful thrillers or motivational/inspirational books), home decor, bullet journals, spending time with the important people in my life, enjoying quiet time at home with my two beautiful cats and Netflix, and learning about new ideas, topics, people, and places.

Favorite Quote: “If you ask me what I came to do, I will tell you: I came to live out loud” – Emile Zola

Being Greek means to Maggie: constant pursuit of bettering yourself and lifting up those around you to do the same. When it’s done well, membership makes us better people by providing values and standards to be change-makers, advocates, and those that push our people and communities to new heights.

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CRISTIAN MCGOUGH

(he/him/his/él)

FRATERNITY AND SORORITY LIFE SPECIALIST

Primary Advisor –  Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) and National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC)

Contact Information:

E-mail: camcgough@wisc.edu

Phone: TBA

Academic Background:

California State University, San Marcos –                                                    B.A. Human Development and Health Services

University of San Diego, M.A. in Higher Education Leadership

Favorite Things & Passions: I enjoy traveling to new countries (pre and post COVID-19), exploring different restaurants in the city, spending time with my family and close friends, and going to National Parks. In my free time, I love to listen to music and attend concerts or enjoy a good Netflix show with hot chocolate.

Favorite Quote: “Always do what you are afraid to do.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

Being apart of Fraternity and Sorority Life means to Cristian: As a fraternity man, I hope that I am able to make an impact and support our students who are looking for leadership opportunities, values that drive their actions, and a community away from home to create change within their communities. As a biracial man working in higher education, I hope to continue to support our students of color through their fraternal experience.

Picture of Kristen Reynolds, Fraternity and Sorority Life

Kristen Reynolds

(she/her/hers)

Fraternity and Sorority Life Specialist

Primary Advisor – Interfraternity Council (IFC)

Contact Information:

     E-mail: knreynolds@wisc.edu

     Phone: TBA

Academic Background:

      California State University, San Marcos – B.A. in Sociology 

      University of San Diego, M.A. in Higher Education Leadership

Favorite Things & Passions: decorating my home, spending time with my people, hanging out at home with my two kitties, LOVE true crime, listening to podcasts and learning how to cook new things. I love learning and inspiring people to lead their communities to make change. 

Favorite Quote: You have to act as if it were possible to radically transform the world. And you have to do it all the time.” –– Angela Davis

Being apart of Fraternity and Sorority Life means to Kristen: It means creating a positive impact on individuals and in communities where all people become empowered to create positive change through building self-awareness, making intentional connections, and taking up responsibility to ultimately become dedicated leaders.