FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Jessica Gendron Williams
Carmel, Ind. — TechniPhi is thrilled to announce that our team is growing with the addition of three new employees. In March, the TechniPhi team added our first Mobile Developer, Patrick Holloway, who will be focused on developing mobile apps for all of our technologies to better serve the needs of our clients and make our technology more accessible. In addition to Patrick, TechniPhi also added two new Account Managers, Amanda Wood and Gretchen, both of who will be focused on delivering world-class training, onboarding, customer service and technical support for our growing client base.
“We are beyond excited to welcome all three of them to our TechniPhi team. We have seen exponential growth across all of our technologies in the last 18 months,” said Jessica Gendron Williams, TechniPhi’s CEO. “Bringing Patrick, Amanda and Gretchen to the team will allow us to continue to create new and innovative technologies while continuing to offer the very best customer experience.”
Patrick Holloway brings five years of experience in mobile app development to the TechniPhi team. Holloway earned his Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from Missouri University of Science and Technology, where he joined Delta Sigma Phi. His unique background as a fraternity man with passion for technology and design helps make Holloway a perfect fit to craft engaging and useful mobile user experiences that help fraternities and sororities accomplish their recruitment goals more efficiently.
“When an organization invests in the right technologies to enhance the services or products they offer, the benefit provided to customers is unparalleled,” said Holloway when asked about the future of recruitment technology. “If we apply this principle to fraternity and sorority growth, technology has the potential to redefine what recruitment means for these organizations.”
Amanda Wood joins us following over five years of experience serving as a staff member in the Fraternity and Sorority Life Office at the University of Alabama. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Communication from the University of Alabama, where she joined Gamma Phi Beta. Wood has served the TechniPhi team previously in a tech support role part-time, helping to provide assistance to CampusDirector users during the busy fall recruitment season.
“TechniPhi is known for outstanding customer support and individualized client attention, and I am excited to continue helping to grow these efforts,” said Wood regarding her decision to join the TechniPhi team. “Recruitment technology is essential to fraternity and sorority growth. It provides a collaborative environment between chapter members, campus professionals and prospective members, allowing more time for intentional recruiting and conversation.”
Gretchen Foran earned her Bachelor’s degree in Public Relations from Valparaiso University, where she became a member of Pi Beta Phi. Foran went on to earn her Master’s degree in College Student Personnel Administration from Minnesota State University, Mankato before starting her career as a campus-based professional working with campus life and career development. She joins the TechniPhi team following seven years of experience working for national headquarters organizations like Phi Kappa Theta Fraternity and Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority in the areas of recruitment, extension and programming.
When asked about why she is joining the TechniPhi team, Foran said, “I have had the pleasure of utilizing TechniPhi’s recruitment technologies and know first hand how great the products are. I’m thrilled to be providing exceptional service to clients as they utilize these tools that I know will enhance their recruitment experience.”
About TechniPhi: TechniPhi helps fraternities and sororities grow through innovative technologies. We believe in fraternities and sororities. We believe that fraternities and sororities change the world – for the better – every day. We believe that fraternities and sororities help people become the best version of themselves. We believe that fraternities and sororities matter – matter to people, communities, and the world. We believe that more people in fraternities and sororities = a better world.