Nationally renowned speaker on fraternity and sorority life, David Stollman, will be at John Carroll tonight, Wednesday, February 15, at 7 p.m. in the Kulas Auditorium. This is his second visit to JCU, his last being in 2006. David will be discussing curbing stereotypes of Greek students on campus, how to avoid succumbing to those stereotypes, and how to make fraternity and sorority chapters stronger. David is able to relate to students really well with his complete honesty and sense of humor. All are welcome!
After serving on the staff of the North-American Interfraternity Conference for two years, David Stollman continued working with fraternities by speaking on campuses around the country. He has facilitated workshops on more than 500 campuses and has also served on the faculty of numerous university and fraternal leadership conventions.
He is the co-founder of CAMPUSPEAK, an award-winning agency providing issue-based speakers to college campuses across the nation. And David co-founded and served as the Treasurer of HazingPrevention.Org (HPO). HPO’s goal is to encourage healthy and productive experiences for new members of teams, student organizations, and fraternities and sororities.
David has been an active volunteer of his fraternity, Sigma Phi Epsilon, since 1995 in both national and local roles. Although he still volunteers for Sig Ep in limited ways, he is now focused as a chapter advisor for the Alpha Sigma Tau sorority at New York University.