Our Team

Professional Staff

Associate Director
Adam Lindberg

Adam Lindberg received a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and French from Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, Virginia.  He realized his passion for Student Affairs while working in the Office of Residence Life at Bridgewater College and, in August 2012,  he joined the staff the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life at James Madison University.  Adam received a Master of Education in College Student Personnel Administration  from JMU in August 2013 and in May 2014, assumed the role of Associate Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life.

Adam is a native of Harrisonburg and is proud to say that he was born in the JMU’s new Student Success Center and attended high school at Memorial Hall.  In his free time, Adam enjoys cheering for the Washington Nationals and Pittsburgh Steelers, fishing, the beach, and live music.  He is a proud member of Kappa Sigma Fraternity.

Coordinator of Fraternity & Sorority Life
Destiny Savage

Destiny Savage is a Coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Life at JMU. Destiny is from Bowling Green, KY where she attended Western Kentucky University completing a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology in 2012. She further continued her educated at WKU, and received her Master of Arts in Education in Student Affairs in Higher Education in 2014. Destiny is an alumna of Alpha Gamma Delta Women’s Fraternity and credits all of her positive personal and professional experiences with membership in her organization. During her spare time, she can be found enjoying old detective films, attending Cardio Dance Party, eating brunch at a local restaurant, or listening to her favortie podcasts.  She welcomes you to come visit her in FSL!

Coordinator of Fraternity and Sorority Life
David Chew

David Chew grew up in Lafayette, New Jersey and received his Bachelor’s of Science in Civil Engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology. After college he decided to go into Student Affairs and received his Master’s of Arts in Counseling in Higher Education from Montclair State University. David previously held the position of Graduate Coordinator for Greek Life and Facilities at Stevens Institute of Technology where he worked with the Greek community and managed the Jacobus Student Lounge. David is a member of Theta Chi Fraternity and is excited to work at JMU.


In his spare time, David enjoys playing video games, watching Netflix, and hanging out with his friends. Feel free to visit him in the Fraternity and Sorority Life Office.

Student Staff

Graduate Assistant
Matt Olmsted

Matthew Olmsted is from Woodbridge, New Jersey and received his Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Stockton University in Galloway, New Jersey. He is currently pursuing his Masters degree in the College Student Personnel Administration program. Matthew serves as the Graduate Assistant for the Interfraternity Council and is dedicated in the project areas of Leadership U and the Excellence Awards. Matthew’s passion for Greek life was determined when he joined his organization, Lambda Sigma Upsilon Latino Fraternity Incorporated. As an undergrad, Matthew was highly dedicated to his fraternity ensuring that all of the members of his organization were thriving from their values and developing possible leadership opportunities within his chapter.

On Matthew’s personal time, he enjoys going for runs, exploring and hiking the Shenandoah Mountains, going to the beach, watching Netflix, and spending time with friends and family. Matthew loves visitors, so feel free to come by and ask him any questions in the FSL office!


Graduate Assistant
Chris Scroggins

Chris Scroggins was born in Sugar Land, Texas but has spent most of his life in Virginia. He received his undergraduate degree in Kinesiology – Exercise Science at JMU. He is currently pursuing his Masters degree in Kinesiology – Sports and Recreation Leadership. Chris serves as the Graduate Assistant for the Panhellenic Council and has selected Leadership Institute and Greek Week as his project areas. He discovered his passion for Greek life as an undergraduate and is a proud brother of Theta Chi fraternity. As an undergrad, Chris was highly involved with fraternity life on campus and is now looking forward to fostering relationships and bonds with the women of the Panhellenic community.

In his spare time Chris enjoys hiking or fishing. He also is highly interested in fitness and personal wellness. He enjoys volunteering as well, specifically with individuals with special needs. Chris enjoys interacting with undergraduates and encourages anyone with questions or concerns to stop by to talk.

Panhellenic Officer

IFC Officer