Sarah Cohen Named Director of Educational Programming

(Pensacola, FL) – Dyad Strategies CEO Dr. Gentry McCreary announced today that Sarah Cohen has been appointed to the role of Director of Educational Programming, effective immediately.

As Director of Educational Programming, Sarah will be tasked with developing data-driven curriculum based on Dyad Strategies award-winning research into the roots of fraternal brotherhood and sisterhood. She will serve as the primary program facilitator for all of Dyad’s campus clients, will continue developing new educational programing related to creating more sincere bonds of brother/sisterhood through a more authentic recruitment process, and will oversee and provide ongoing training and support for Dyad’s team of program facilitators.

Cohen has been associated with Dyad Strategies since its inception in 2014, having served as a research associate and program facilitator. She is a co-author of two published journal articles associated with the roots of fraternal sisterhood, and has presented data-driven brother/sisterhood workshops in front of thousands of students over the last five years. Sarah will continue to serve as the Associate Director of Fraternity/Sorority Life and Indiana University as she completes her Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration. Her ongoing research interests include the intersection of social culture and sexual assault attitudes in fraternal organizations, and sense of belonging and organizational attachment of LGBTQ fraternity/sorority members.

“I am honored to be able to continue my work with Dyad Strategies in this new capacity,” Cohen said. “I am passionate about helping fraternity and sorority members take ownership over the culture of their chapters, using data to help them develop a more authentic, supportive and meaningful fraternity and sorority experience.”

“Sarah’s promotion to this position reflects Dyad’s continued growth and success,” said Dr. Gentry McCreary, CEO and Managing Partner of Dyad Strategies.  “As we grow to support more campus and organizational clients, Sarah’s work leading our educational programming efforts will allow Dyad’s leadership to focus on new avenues of research, more sophisticated data management, and improved client support. We are thrilled to have Sarah in this new role, and are excited to see how she continues to shape and improve our educational offerings.”

Andrea Skarbecki