The Panhellenic Executive Board is made up of 11 officers, who all dedicate themselves to serve as representatives on behalf of the Panhellenic community. Each position has unique roles and each officer is an expert on their responsibilities. Get to know our officers, and read the advice they have for our Potential New Members!
Before going through recruitment, I wished I would have known how much this experience would teach me about myself and what I value. By being authentic and seeking others who are likeminded & striving towards the same goals, I found a complete sisterhood that pushes me to be the person I want to be. I know I only had this experience because I was authentic and honest about who I am and what I want, and I want every woman going through recruitment to have as great of an experience as I did.
Vice President for Standards and Accountability
I wish I would have not been as nervous going in chapter members are your peers and your classmates so it shouldn’t be intimidating
Vice President for Finance and Operations
Going into recruitment I personally wish I hadn’t been so nervous! Knowing that I wanted to be a part of greek life for so long, I felt that I had to try everything to fit in when in reality being myself allowed me to find people I could truly call my best friends. Finding somewhere I could call home was so much easier once recruitment started because the women were so genuine and made me feel welcomed. Finding women with the same interests and also not the same interests as me was so eye opening and allowed me to meet so many wonderful people. My advice would to not be nervous and focus on what you want out of it!
Vice President for Risk Reduction and Management
I wish I would have known that it sometimes takes a few years to finally realize that the process does work!
Vice President for Recruitment Logistics
I wish I would have known that every chapter has great opportunities and being in a sorority is what you make of it. Trust your gut and follow where you feel most comfortable. Don’t be afraid to ask the nitty gritty questions, and most importantly, be yourself! You want to find a chapter that most aligns with your true self, so don’t pretend to be someone else throughout recruitment!
Vice President for Recruitment Personnel
I wish I would’ve ignored the stereotypes about all of the chapters. I was hesitant towards certain chapters based on the rumors I had heard or punch lines they had been tagged with, but when I met with the girls from each chapter my whole perspective changed. Go in with an open mind and let your heart guide you.
Vice President for Leadership and Education
Before recruitment I wish I would’ve known that chapter members are just as nervous as the PNMs during recruitment. The process seems longs but goes by unbelievably fast and there is a ton of opportunity to build friendships prior to joining a chapter
Vice President for PR and Marketing
Before recruitment, I wish I would have known to fully trust the process. Recruitment can be confusing and frustrating, but also wonderful and pushes you out of your comfort zone. The most important thing is to always be yourself and find where you feel most at home. When talking to members, think about who makes you feel like the best version of yourself and will push you to be an even better version, who makes you feel welcomed and at home, and who you want to surround yourself with during your college experience and a lifetime after.
Vice President for Philanthropy and Community Service
Before recruitment, I wish I would have known to look at the bigger picture. It is so easy to get really caught up in the business that is recruitment, that you completely miss it. Instead, try to take a breath, soak it all in, and be your true authentic self. No matter what happens, it will all be okay, and you will end up exactly where you belong, surrounded by wonderful women who love and care about you.
Vice President for Academic Achievement
Recruitment can seem very intimidating at first. Going into it I felt very nervous and thought that I had to portray myself as a perfect person in order to make a good impression. This is far from the truth! I have learned now that being your true self is one of the best ways to go through recruitment. Recruitment is a time to meet new people and make new friends. The best way to do this is to be unapologetically yourself and lean into the process of meeting people and making new friends.
Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Before recruitment I wish I would have known to not fall into affinity bias. For example, Whenever a girl told me we played the same sport in high school I suddenly felt liked the house better, instead of focusing on our genuine conversations.