We are a Georgia-based team enthusiastically helping chapters all across the nation make more money and worry less. Since our founding in 1992, we have continued to search for a better way to help the fraternity/sorority community, our customers and our fellow co-workers.
We aren’t just innovating technology for the greek community, we are also busy redefining what company culture means. We’re a team of varying personalities–everything from D&D enthusiasts to big Kentucky Derby hat wearers–yet we all subscribe to the values of our company. Just like your chapter, we come from different places, but we rally together to do the business of greek life.
OmegaFi houses a large team of talented and engaged people who use their strengths every day to further the goals of the fraternity and sorority community. Learn more about members of the OmegaFi Executive Team!
Krystee is a graduate of Troy State and she began her career at OmegaFi fresh out of college. Over the years, Krystee’s many roles within Operations helped to develop her wealth of knowledge and led her to her current position as Director of Sales. Krystee’s involvement with OmegaFi for many years shows all of us that the possibilities with this company are truly limitless. She works hard to develop and foster lasting relationships within the Greek community. She loves to see OmegaFi in action as we help to increase efficiencies at all levels of each organization with whom we work. Krystee has family ties to Auburn University, and it is where she and her husband first met as students. She loves going with her family to Auburn football games and watching her two boys romp around on the campus.
From fundraising to database implementation, Laura has worked in a number of OmegaFi departments since joining the team in 2006. Today, she manages OmegaFi’s internal communication and corporate message, as well as oversees projects to integrate systems and business practices. Laura holds a degree in public and corporate communication from Valparaiso University and a master’s in higher education administration from Florida State. Since serving Tri Delta as a chapter development consultant, she has remained an active volunteer and current serves on the Foundation Board of Trustees. Laura and her husband, Eric, reside in Fishers, Indiana, just outside of Indianapolis. She enjoys running, yoga, gathering friends, and attempting to wear out her two boys, Davis and Mac.
Jennifer came to work for OmegaFi as an Account Manager in 2003. She has since moved into the Director of Chapter Services position and says she is very proud to be a part of a team that works together every day to see chapters thrive financially. Jennifer’s team knows they can always depend on her for a smile and a giggle. Outside of work, she loves to spend time with her family, read, cook, watch college football and most of all – travel to Disney World.
Addison is an expert in fraternity and sorority operations from the chapter room to the conference room to the board room. He has served his own fraternity (Sigma Tau Gamma) as a staff member managing communication, chapter service, events, risk management, traveling staff and volunteer functions. Afterward, he remained involved as a chapter advisor and house corporation board member, regional volunteer and now as treasurer of the national housing company. As senior director of partner success at OmegaFi, he and his team provide strategic support to OmegaFi's 55 technology partners awhile sharing our solutions with new potential partners.
Addison is a St. Louis Cardinals and Blues fan. He thinks craft beer is good but overrated and spends his free weekends camping with his dog, Buddy the Sidekick.
Sheryl’s bigger-than-life personality comes in handy as she eagerly helps her national partners solve problems and achieve goals. Her extensive knowledge and personal participation in Greek life allows her to be both relatable and resourceful to her clients. Sheryl received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, with a minor in Spanish, from the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and went on to get her Master’s degree in Higher Education Administration from Auburn University. The importance of guiding children is evident in the many young lives that Sheryl and her husband, Matt, touch in their role as Youth Leaders at their church. When she is not on the road visiting national headquarters or attending conferences, you can find Sheryl and her daughters, Mia and Ella, proudly supporting Matt on Friday nights as he coaches the Central High School Red Devil football team.
Trey lives his life seizing opportunities. He met his wife while living in Albuquerque after he graduated from the University of Georgia. He also jumped at the opportunity to dress up as Santa Clause while living in Athens, a costume that may make another appearance during a family Christmas. We are sure his three kids - Dink, Press and Truly would love it! In addition to all that he swears he caught a glimpse of Elvis while living in Memphis.
Kendall needs a backbone to effectively run a successful human resources department and that she does. With an extra vertebrae she stands tall and upholds the rules and regulations that make a harmonious work place. But don't think she doesn't know how to have fun. On her off time she enjoys group fitness classes, playing tennis and spending time with her dog, Piper.