Board Of Directors

HazingPrevention.Org is governed by a volunteer board of directors who give their time, knowledge, experience, talent, and resources to hazing prevention. They bring a wide range of experience to our organization including experience in higher education, fraternal organizations, performing arts, the law, and college athletics. Several are recognized researchers and educators in the field of hazing research and prevention.

Marc Mores, CIC, CRM, CAE, is Executive Vice President of James R. Favor & Company LLC, an exclusive provider of Lloyd’s of London insurance products for fraternities and sororities. Prior to joining Favor & Company, Marc held several key staff positions with the national offices of Phi Delta Theta where he was instrumental in developing the organization’s “Don’t Tarnish the Badge” anti-hazing campaign. He’s a frequent speaker at fraternity leadership events and on college campuses, addressing hazing, alcohol and risk management.

Scott Bova, CFRE, is President of Triangle Education Foundation where he is responsible for the Foundation’s daily operations and revenue generation. Scott is the former Director of Alumni Affairs and Development and former Chief Operating Officer of Phi Kappa Theta National Foundation.

Bonnie Wunsch is executive director of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority, a position she has held for 30 years. She also serves as the development director of the Alpha Epsilon Phi Foundation. In both roles, she is responsible for daily operations and policy implementation. She is the organization’s chief risk manager. She has previously served as president of the Fraternity Executives Association, Executive Directors Association and FIPG, Inc. She is currently on the boards of the Fraternity and Sorority Political Action Committee and Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors Foundation.

Linda Knight is the Executive Director of Health & Wellness and Director of Campus Recreation at the College of William and Mary. Linda co-chairs the Hazing Prevention Coalition at William and Mary, which is a recipient of HPO’s Zeta Tau Alpha Award for Campus Innovation in Hazing Prevention and Education.

Travis T. Apgar is Assistant Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, in Troy, NY. He holds advanced degrees in psychology and education administration and has received national recognition as an outstanding student affairs professional. Educator, writer, and consultant, Travis has been a featured speaker on hundreds of college campuses, and at conferences across the country, working with thousands of students, faculty, administrators, and coaches with the goal of putting a stop to hazing. Considered an authority on hazing prevention, he has contributed to the National Hazing Prevention Week Resource Guide and assisted with the development of the NCAA Hazing Prevention Handbook. He has appeared in Haze, a documentary released by the Gordie Foundation, on PBS NewsHour and on HuffPost Live.

Brad Beacham is Executive Director and CEO of Sigma Nu Fraternity, where he is responsible for leading implementation of the Fraternity’s strategic plan. Brad brings more than 26 years of fraternity management experience and leadership in the interfraternal field. He is past president of the Fraternity Executives Association, and past president of FIPG, among other appointments.

Sean Callan, JD, is a Founding Partner of Fraternal Law Partners, which advises national fraternities, sororities, foundations and house corporations on a range of business issues. He also offers Greek organization risk management, anti-hazing and incident management services. He is a national speaker on issues confronting the Greek industry. Sean is a member of the Dartmouth College Alpha Chi Alpha Fraternity.

Dr. Brian Crow is a Professor of Sport Management at Slippery Rock University and CEO of GameDay Insight, LLC. He conducts research related to hazing in athletics, and has addressed more than 5,000 student-athletes at more than 4o high schools, colleges, and universities.

Elliot Hopkins is the National Federation of State High School Association's director of sports, sanctioning and educational services. Originally from Chicago, He is a former Harrisburg, PA resident. His responsibilities include, but are not limited to, being the staff liaison to the NFHS Citizenship and Equity Committee. In addition, he is the NFHS Baseball and Field Hockey Rules Editor; he also supervises the NFHS Resource Center, which includes the National High School Activities Month effort, numerous national surveys and NFHS Sanctioning Program. Currently, he is the director of the NFHS Student Leadership Conference and speaks nationally to students exclusively about hazing prevention and sportsmanship. Elliot is currently finishing his term as a board member of the Hazing Prevention Organization ( and is a contributor to the new online NFHS Creating a Safe and Respectful Environment Course ( Elliot has been an instructor for the Indiana Department of Education School Safety Academy and the Kentucky Center of School Safety, a division of the Kentucky School Boards Association. He has served on the USA Baseball executive committee representing the NFHS and is a long-standing committee member of USA Baseball Sports Medicine Advisory Committee.

Janet P. Judge is a higher education and employment law attorney who focuses her practice in the area of sports and civil rights law. Based in Boston, she has more than 30 years of experience in higher education, intercollegiate sports, and labor and employment law. Ms. Judge has conducted workshops at more than 500 NCAA Division I, II and III institutions, athletic conferences and sport coaches’ associations. She has been a speaker before the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU), National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO), NCAA, National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) and NACUA, among others. Prior to joining Holland & Knight, she was the founder and president of Sports Law Associates LLC, where she worked with college and university presidents, general counsel and athletic administrators to assess, reduce and remedy areas of risk in athletics programs.

Lianne Kowiak is a hazing prevention advocate and part of the Anti-Hazing Coalition (AHC), having spoken to thousands of students at universities and high schools. The AHC has met with key decision-makers in their efforts to pass national hazing legislation. Her son, Harrison, lost his life as a result of fraternity hazing during his sophomore year in college at the age of 19. Her mission is to raise awareness and educate students about the dangers of hazing, and to save lives. Lianne is a recipient of the Hank Nuwer Anti Hazing Hero Award and has appeared on Dateline NBC, CNN, BBC, Huffington Post Live, HLN, and other news media outlets to spotlight the dangers associated with hazing.