Last week I had the pleasure of having a virtual meet and greet with Tim St. John from Clark University. A few months back Tim decided there were far too many #SAPros around the country that he could not meet in person due to financial and travel constraints. His solution was to have virtual meet and greets with fellow student affairs professionals. I decided to jump on board his list of professionals to chat with. It is an understatement to say that this was the best decision I could have made at the time. Not only did I get to speak with Tim St. John but he inspired me to begin my own meet and greets with other student affairs professionals. Twitter is great but it still lacks a certain human connection but provides the base to ask the question of connecting via Skype or Google hangout. Within the week following my chat with Tim, I spoke to two other professionals within the field myself and have a few other chats scheduled in the coming weeks. These conversations have led to discussions about self i.e. hobbies, but also about current career paths, our respective journey’s in student affairs, and how similar we all are in so many ways. What I have really come to learn is what Tim had mentioned to me via our chat on Google hangout. There really are only two degrees of separation in student affairs. The field is small. Everyone I have talked to either knows someone I work with or we have a mutual friend in common. To take it one step further, many are graduates of institutions I have attended or am currently attending for my doctorate. These virtual meet and greets make me feel as though I am creating a student affairs support group of people just like myself. I now look forward to meeting these people in person either at conferences or through meetings we set up for ourselves to meet in person. These talks have been refreshing, uplifting, and enlightening. If you haven’t thought about getting to know your Twitter-verse student affairs followers a bit better I highly recommend you do. You don’t know what you’re missing. **I’d like to give a personal shout out to @timstjohn as he inspired my meet and greet journey. Thank you.