Nancy Chrystal-Green

Nancy Chrystal-Green

Nancy Chrystal-Green

Director of Student Activities and Involvement
Student Affairs

300 J. Wayne Reitz Union

ncg@ufl.edu
(352) 392-1671

Nancy E. Chrystal-Green currently serves as the Director of Student Activities and Involvement at the University of Florida having responsibility for Sorority and Fraternity Affairs, advising Student Government, campus programming and event management, student organization advising, and the Travel and Recreation Program.  She is also an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Educational Administration and Policy.  Chrystal-Green received her bachelor’s degree in Political Science from McMaster University in Hamilton, ON, Canada (1993), a master’s degree in Recreation Administration from Georgia Southern University (1996) and a doctorate in Student Affairs Administration from the University of Georgia (2004). 

Chrystal-Green has spent her twenty-year career advising students and student organizations as a student affairs administrator in the fields of residence life, campus recreation and student activities.  Prior to joining the Division of Student Affairs at the University of Florida, she held administrative positions at Coastal Carolina University, Oxford College of Emory, and the University of Georgia.  She has been recognized for her service to national student affairs organizations for a variety of capacities including chairing the faculty for the School of Recreational Sports Management.  Chrystal-Green has also been recognized by students by being awarded the James E. Scott Bridging the Gap Memorial Award from the University of Florida and being inducted into Florida Blue Key Leadership Honorary.  She has presented more than 30 sessions at regional and national conferences, co-authored a book on advising student organizations, facilitated dozens of skill development sessions with student leaders, been a keynote speaker for many awards banquets and leadership retreats, and served as an external reviewer.  Her research interests include staff supervision, leadership development, co-curricular learning, and legal and ethical issues in student affairs practice.