Driven by Individual Success.
Focused on Organizational Excellence.
Who We Are
What Good Looks Like, LLC empowers chapter members to create a fraternity for what it was always meant to be; a life-enriching, life-changing experience. From chapter leaders to new members, WGLL educates and inspires members in academic/social life balance, mental health awareness, self-awareness, leadership development, service and philanthropy. WGLL provides a local peer support mentor who meets weekly with all members to help them with stress, anxiety, career discernment, drug and alcohol education, academics, or any other challenge.
We are passionate about your chapter members reaching their potential, and believe that there's no better time to help them establish practices of wellness, healthy community, and individual development. We have seen how this change dramatically improves relations with the community, the university, and the national organization. We have witnessed the positive impact of this change on parents, alumni, and other students on campus. Let us put our expertise to work to help your chapter become what it was always meant to be. It’s what we do; It's all we do!
What Our Clients Say
“Since working with WGLL our chapter has had increased GPA, retention rates, and an overall smoother operation. Through guidance from WGLL we were also able to receive two national awards for the first time in over twenty five years.”
Vice President, Sigma Alpha Epsilon
University of Alabama '22
“From the moment WGLL began working with ZBT we have seen a lasting impact. Our fraternity has benefited in every aspect from enhanced leadership, individual improvement, and overall chapter growth. WGLL takes different approaches that best fit each chapter, but always have the same result, a stronger brotherhood and fraternity because of them.”
Former President, Zeta Beta Tau
University of Alabama '20
“Having WGLL as a resource has benefitted both our fraternity as a whole and each member individually. Clark and his team have implemented strategies to help optimize our executive council operations while also aiding in each members life challenges as we go through college.”
Former President, Texas Rho
University of Texas