June 12, 2015
BLOOMINGTON, Ill.— Alanna Hill has been selected as the director of fraternity and sorority life at Illinois Wesleyan University. She will begin her new duties July 6.
As director of fraternity and sorority life, Hill will manage the nine fraternal organizations at Illinois Wesleyan and serve as advisor to the Panhellenic Association, Interfraternity Council, Fraternity & Sorority Programming Board, and the Greek honorary organization Order of Omega.
Hill was selected following a national search. She brings nine years of student affairs experience to her position at Illinois Wesleyan, including six years of full-time support and guidance for fraternity and sorority chapters and operations. She previously worked as a senior specialist of fraternity and sorority life at Illinois State University, and held positions at Utah State University and Muskingham University. A native of Indiana, she earned a master of arts in student affairs administration in higher education at Ball State University.
“Finding the person who embodies the expertise, passion, ability to solve problems with the community, and a vision for how fraternity and sorority life continues to remain relevant and vibrant at IWU is critical,” said Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students Karla Carney-Hall. “I’m confident that Alanna is this person.”