Meet our Staff!
Danielson-Burke is an Assistant Dean of Students and the Director of Fraternity
& Sorority Life, aposition she has held for over seven years.
is a graduate ofMansfield University where she earned two Bachelors
Degrees, one in Communication and one in History, and a Masters Degree in
Education. She is a proud member of Delta Zeta and volunteers for the
sorority and several other organizations on local and national levels.
Emilee's professionalresearch and writing interests include risk
management, fraternal law and recruitment.
ofthe Office ofFraternity & Sorority LifeEmilee enjoys
spending time with her husband and friends, seeking out abandoned places and
other adventures. She is areoccurring member of the cast of The
Vagina Monologues and also enjoys reading, singingand TV - zombies,
cartoons and educational reality are among favorites.
encourages everyone to seek out information aboutfraternities and
sororities to make their own decisions about whether "going Greek" is
right for them.
Richard Lamp is the Graduate Assistant in the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life for the 2014/2015 academic year.
He is a first year graduate student in the Counseling Department. He received his Bachelor Degree in Psychology from West Liberty University in West Liberty, WV where he is a member of Beta Theta Gamma a local fraternity at the University.
He loves the outdoors in every way, enjoys reading books of all kind, and loves to watch movies and play video games.
Traci Moyer is an undergraduate sophomore at Shippensburg University, currently without a major. She is also an active member of Kappa Delta Phi National Affiliated Sorority.
Along with Greek Life, Traci also takes a leadership role within Residence Life at Ship. She is currently a Resident Assistant in Lackhove Hall.
Besides her life at Ship, Traci goes home to her parents, younger brother, two younger sisters, two kitties, dog, and bunny. Her cats, Luna and Edith, are her entire life. Ask to see pictures of them.