Leonard Serrato

Campus Life Advisor: Fraternity and Sorority Life

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Contact
serratol@sonoma.edu
Office
Student Activities Office, Student Center

Serrato is an affiliate member of the Theta Chi Fraternity, Beta Upsilon Chapter Of Fresno State. It was in 2012 that Serrato set on his path to work as a Fraternity and Sorority Life Advisor after the death of his fraternity brother from an alcohol-related hazing incident. Serrato has worked diligently since to educate Fraternity and Sorority Life communities on hazing and bystanders  intervention. Serrato completed his graduate research to produce an educational presentation entitled Hazed and Confused. Serrato is passionate about helping the Fraternity and Sorority Life experience to be positive and beneficial to campus and community. As the Fraternity and Sorority Life Assistant Adviser at Fresno State, he rewrote the New Member Education Program which included his research on hazing, Title IX training and alcohol use and misuse training.  He also wrote the campus wide policy for new and returning Greek Lettered organizations. Serrato’s hope is to continue to educate his students and to continue to write programs geared towards Fraternity and Sorority Life communities. Serrato currently is working on a diversity training seminar series program entitled Diversity on Demand. In his free time, Serrato enjoys playing with his animals, watching football, playing his guitar and spending time with his family and partner. 

Education

Leonard Serrato, of Los Banos CA, graduated from Los Banos High School in 2002. Serrato recently completed a M.S. in Counseling with an option in Student Affairs and College Counseling and was a recipient of the Graduate Dean’s Medal. He previously earned his B.A. in Psychology from Fresno State in 2014 and his A.A. in Psychology from Merced College in 2010.