Staff

For general questions please email advisor@fsl.wisc.edu or call 608.265.9019.

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

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, 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

What being a part of Fraternity and Sorority Life means to Maggie: Membership makes you part of something much bigger than yourself. It means you’ll engage in a 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.

Rebecca Kemplen

(she/they)

Administrative Assistant II

Contact Information:

          E-mail: kemplen@wisc.edu

Academic Background:

Purdue University, B.S. in Psychological Sciences, Minor in Law & Society, Minor in Human Resource Management

Purdue Univerity, M.S. in Human Resource Management

Favorite Things & Passions: I love my two cats. I read quite often, and a variety of genres. I appreciate going on new adventures with my partner, and spending time with family and friends. I enjoy watching shows/movies, especially anime, work-life comedies, fantasy, and rom-coms. I fancy knitting, cooking, and autumn. 

Favorite Quote: “Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.” – James Baldwin

What being a part of Fraternity and Sorority Life means to Rebecca: It means being a member of a siblinghood that lifts you up and encourages you to grow. It provides you a space to fail forward. You have opportunities to become a leader and to create the changes you want to see in the community. As a queer person who is part of FSL, I will always promote an atmosphere that values tolerance, diversity, unity, and trust.

Andie Kobrick

(she/her/hers)

Fraternity & Sorority Life Specialist

Contact Information:

          E-mail: akobrick@wisc.edu

Academic Background:

Loyola University Chicago, B.A. in Sociology with minors in Social Work and Psychology

Western Illinois University, M.S. in College Student Personnel

Favorite Things & Passions: Hanging out with my dog Peach, hiking, exploring new places, watching/making TikToks, cooking, finding good deals on clothes, sunshine, going for drives, and doing puzzles.

Favorite Quote: “To be in the best sense, democratic rather than “exclusive”, and lovable rather than “popular”; to work earnestly, to speak kindly, to act sincerely, to choose thoughtfully” 

What being a part of Fraternity and Sorority Life means to Andie: My sorority experience catapulted me into a career where I feel loved, challenged, and excited to lead students just as I was led as an undergraduate. I’ve gotten to participate in so many cool experiences beyond my membership such as serving on AFA’s graduate staff, traveling for facilitations, taking students to conferences, serving on committees, and much more! 18-year-old new-member Andie would have never expected this and as an advisor I’m glad I get to share the magic of FSL membership with so many different students every year.

Samina Rogers-Hussain

(She/Her/Hers)

Fraternity & Sorority Life Specialist

Contact Information:

Email: rogershussai@wisc.edu

Academic Background:

University of North Carolina at Charlotte, B.A. in Communication Studies – Concentration in Public Relations, minor in Film Studies

Favorite Things & Passions: K-Pop, video games (especially Pokémon), YouTube video essays, cult classic films, exploring the city, trying new restaurants, volunteering, learning about other cultures.

Favorite Quote: “Que sera, sera.”

What being a part of Fraternity and Sorority Life means to Samina: To me, it’s more than just being in a group of individuals. It is a community built on shared values and experiences, personal growth, and lifelong friendships. It has empowered me to become a better leader, taught me the importance of responsibility and inclusivity, and equipped me with the skills and values that still guide me long after graduation.

Photo of Caleb Williams, Fraternity & Sorority Life Specialist. Caleb is standing in front of a tree smiling.

Caleb Williams

(he/him/his)

Assistant Director

Contact Information:

     E-mail: cmwilliams24@wisc.edu

Academic Background:

Millikin University, B.A. in Political Science

Western Carolina University, M. Ed in Higher Education Student Affairs

Favorite Things & Passions: Cooking, baking, eating, Burt’s Bees lip balm, shopping, and spontaneous trips across the country and globe.

Favorite Quote: “If you can lead without recognition, follow without ego and listen without judgment, you will succeed without question” – Stan Pearson II

What being a part of Fraternity and Sorority Life means to Caleb: Being Greek to me means having the courage to participate in the ultimate collegiate leadership experience. You can grow into the person you want to be while being surrounded by people who care for your development, further contributing to advancing the fraternal values of leadership, scholarship, fellowship, and service.