Angela C. Guillory Outstanding FSA Award

The Angela C. Guillory Outstanding Fraternity/Sorority Advisor Award was established in 2012 in honor of Angela C. Guillory, past national president, long-time Sigma Kappa volunteer, and leader in the national community of fraternity/sorority professionals.  The purpose of the award is to annually recognize an individual in the field of higher education who has demonstrated a commitment to fraternities and sororities. This individual should exhibit high professional standards and have worked with Sigma Kappa to strengthen and/or foster change in a local collegiate chapter and/or the Greek community. This person will demonstrate a commitment to fraternities and sororities on their campus while promoting the interfraternal community. This award is intended to recognize any fraternity/sorority advisor regardless of his/her affiliation.

Collegiate chapters can nominate fraternity/sorority advisors for the Angela C. Guillory Outstanding Fraternity/Sorority Advisor Award by submitting an application to by February 15, 2018.


2016 Award Winner:

Michelle Guobadia - Michelle has been an advocate of the Theta Mu Chapter as Director for Fraternity and Sorority Life, Guobadia is responsible for the 43 Greek chapters represented at UNC Charlotte. She also oversees the five governing bodies that individual fraternities and sororities fall under – Interfraternity Council, Diversified Greek Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council, Panhellenic Association and Independent Council. In addition, she administers Order of Omega, the Greek honor society. She also travels all over the United States speaking on topics relevant to Greek life, such as recruitment, hazing and positive change, and is a former member of the Association of Fraternity and Sorority Advisors Executive Board. 

2015 Award Winner:


Dexter Bush-Scott - Dexter was an integral part of helping the Northeastern University Sigma Kappa colony acclimate with the campus immediately and continues to support the Kappa Omega Chapter as they grow. He goes above and beyond to motivate the students and encourage them to include not only the Greek community but the entire Northeastern community in the things they are doing. Dexter challenges the students to look at what they are doing and evaluate the impact it has. 


2014 Award Winner:


Adam Cantley - Adam has been an advocate of the Theta Delta Chapter of Sigma Kappa on the University of Delaware campus as well as in his previous role at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University where he helped to support the Epsilon Chi Chapter. Adam goes above and beyond in communicating and educating the students he works with when a change in policy needs to occur. He is able to recognize the good in the collegiate women he works with and encourages them to become the best they can. Adam is actively involved in the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors and he believes in the work he does on a daily basis, not only within the Delaware community but with all organizations throughout the country. 


2013 Award Winner:


Carol Preston Nickoson - Carol is the Director of Fraternity and Sorority life at Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio. She is responsible for the oversight of Wittenberg’s fraternity and sorority community and coordination of new student orientation and family weekend. Additionally, she finds time to facilitate workshops for CAMPUSPEAK, Inc. and has served as leadership program facilitator for both Beta Theta Pi and Phi Kappa Psi fraternities. Passionate about her profession, she also volunteers with (AFVL) the Association of Fraternal Leadership & Values as the editor for Connections Magazine and conference director of scripts and staging.


2012 Award Winners:

Angela Guillory - Angela is the Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Greek Life at Louisiana State University. In 2011, Angela was honored with the Sue Kraft Fussell Distinguished Service Award from the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors for exhibiting high professional standards and achievement in fraternity/sorority advising and contributing countless hours to the betterment of the fraternal movement.


  Amy Vojta – Amy has worked at Rutgers University as the assistant dean of fraternity and sorority affairs since 1996. She is a graduate of Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio. At BG she joined Alpha Gamma Delta, and later worked for the Fraternity as a leadership consultant. For 10 years she served as the executive director of the Northeast Greek Leadership Association, served two terms as the president for the Association of Fraternity and Sorority Advisors (AFA) and is currently serving as the chairman of the AFA Foundation. She volunteers for Alpha Gamma Delta as a member of the education committee and for Delta Delta Delta as a member of The Center Board for Living, Learning and Leading.