The HazingPrevention.Org volunteer Board of Directors in February 2013. Front row: Eve Riley, Eric Bran and Donna Phillips. Back row: Steven Healy, Joe Gilman (president), Norm Pollard and Lenny Sancilio. Not pictured: Gina Lee-Olukoya (secretary), Scott Bova (treasurer), Linda Knight and Sean Callan.

Board of Directors



Scott Bova, Treasurer, CFRE, President of the Triangle Education Foundation where he is responsible for the foundation's daily operations and revenue generation, former Director of Alumni Affairs and Development then Chief Operating Officer of the Phi Kappa Theta National Foundation.



Eric Bran, Student Board Member, Adolescent Education and Mathematics major, leadership development coordinator for Fraternity/Sorority Life, resident assistant, and president of Nu Theta Gamma and the Interfraternity Council at the State University of New York College at Plattsburgh.


Sean Callan, JD Founding partner of Fraternal Law Partners, advising national fraternities and sororities, foundations and house corporations on range of business issues. He also offers Greek organizations risk management, anti-hazing and incident management services and is a national speaker on issues confronting the Greek industry. Sean is a member of the Dartmouth College Alpha Chi Alpha Fraternity.



Joe Gilman, President, Executive Director for AT&T, long-time volunteer for Sigma Nu Fraternity in a variety of positions, including as immediate past International President and currently as a Foundation director. Joe brings more than 30 years of business and fraternity volunteer experience.


Steven J. Healy Managing partner of Margolis Healy and Associates. Steven has been recognized as one of the top 25 most influential people in the security industry by Security Magazine and has appeared as an expert on multiple national television news shows and before Congressional committees. He is the former director of public safety at Princeton University and past-president of the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators.



Linda Knight is Director of Campus Recreation for the Division of Student Affairs at the College of William and Mary. She has attended the Novak Institute for the Prevention of Hazing for the last three years and serves as co-chair for the Hazing Prevention Coalition at the College of William and Mary.


Gina Lee-Olukoya, Secretary, PhD in Higher Education Administration currently serves as the Associate Dean of Students at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She is member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and serves on the foundation of Hope Street Youth Development. She is author of Sisterhood: hazing and other membership experiences of women belonging to historically African American sororities.




Donna Phillips, photo and bio to come.


Norm Pollard, EdD Dean of Students at Alfred University, a licensed mental health counselor and certified Title IX investigator. Dr. Pollard was the co-author of one of the first studies of hazing among athletes and hazing in high schools in the United States. He is an Advisory Group member of the National Collaborative for Hazing Research and Prevention.



Eve Riley, photo and bio to come.


Leonard Sancilio, PhD,

Lenny Sancilio, Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, is Dean of Students at SUNY Geneseo. An athlete and a member of Phi Kappa Tau fraternity at Muhlenberg College, Dr. Sancilio has served higher education for more than 20 years. He attended the Novak Institute in 2009, and SUNY Geneseo successfully hosted the Institute in 2010. He is the parent of two college students involved in athletics. 



Marc Mores, CIC, CRM, CAE,

Executive vice president of James R. Favor & Company LLC, an exclusive provider of Lloyd’s of London insurance products for fraternities and sororities. Prior to joining Favor & Company, Marc held several key staff positions with the national offices of Phi Delta Theta where he was instrumental and developing the organization’s “Don’t Tarnish the Badge” anti-hazing campaign. Marc is a frequent speaker at fraternity leadership events and college campuses, addressing hazing, alcohol and risk management.


TM HeadshotExecutive Director

Charles Hall brings more than 30 years of business and association management experience to his role as executive director of HazingPrevention.Org. Hall provides the day-to-day leadership, fiscal oversight and organizational direction for HPO while implementing the policies and directives of the Board of Directors. He is the founder and chief executive officer of Association Services Group which is one of only 72 association management companies in the country to achieve accreditation status. HPO benefits from his experience in fundraising, sponsor and membership recruitment, volunteer training and development, grant writing, governance development and business management. Hall holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Georgia. He is president elect of the Association Management Company Institute and has been recognized by the Georgia Society of Association Executives with the Clifford Clarke Award for career achievement.

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