Being in a sorority is one of the best ways for you to become a leader and continue to grow as one throughout your collegiate career. From the time you join your chapter until you graduate, there are many ways for you to be involved and lead in the Panhellenic community. Our leaders don't just work with their chapters; they interact with campus administrators and community leaders as they pursue excellence for their chapter.
The Panhellenic Executive Board makes sure that each sorority is being held to a high standard. The officers work together with chapters and other councils to provide programming, encourage cooperation, and elevate the entire Greek community.
Name: Arielle Talmor
My name is Arielle Talmor and I am currently serving as Panhellenic President! I'm originally from Orlando but moved up to Jacksonville to become a proud Osprey. Going Greek has given me the opportunity to find the true leader within myself and has shown me many different ways to serve my community and give back to others in need.
Name: Samantha Beyer
Title: VP of Recruitment Operations
Hey y’all! My name is Samantha Beyer and I am a junior studying Child Psychology and Criminal Justice from Lake Mary, FL. I am the Panhellenic Vice President of Recruitment Operations, which means I am in charge of anything and everything surrounding Panhellenic recruitment! What it means to be a part of the Greek community is almost impossible to put in to words. In three short years, Greek Life has opened so many doors for me, such has serving on this executive board. If you would have asked my high school self to hold a position of this honor I would've told you I was not qualified, but my organization has instilled the confidence in me to trust my leadership abilities and jump at opportunities that I may not have before.
Title: VP of Recruitment Programming
My name is Rachel Harmon, and I service as the Panhellenic Vice President of Recruitment Programming. I’m originally from Fort Walton, Florida before coming to UNF. Why go Greek? First off, why not? What do you have to lose? I decided to join Greek life at UNF because I come from a very small town in the panhandle and am an only child. So without anyone from my hometown and no siblings I figured this would be a great way for me to gain a true sisterhood and make amazing memories during my collegiate experience. Through being Greek you learn so much about yourself and the community around you. I have been given job, volunteer, and social opportunities through Greek life. My favorite and most memorable experiences of college have been with my sisters and many of my Panhellenic sisters. So really what does one lose when you go Greek? Absolutely nothing. But what one gains is ten-fold.
Title: VP of Programming
HI! My name is Mandy Holsinger, and I am a senior from Jacksonville, Florida, majoring in Public Relations with a minor in Political Science. I hope to pursue a career as a campaign manager and move to Washington D.C. after graduation. I fell in love with Panhellenic after serving as my chapter's Panhellenic Delegate and seeing the wonderful community here at UNF. I love all the wonderful opportunities Panhellenic has given me and all the relationships I have created through it. When I’m not working with Panhellenic, you can find me cheering on the Boston Celtics, binge watching the Office on Netflix, or figuring out how my Hogwarts acceptance letter got lost in the mail. I am so thrilled to serve the Panhellenic Community as this year’s Vice President of Programming so that I can share my passion and love for an experience that has already given so much.
My name is Alex Bailey and this year I am honored to serve as the Vice President of Operations for the Panhellenic community. I was born and raised in the panhandle of Florida, growing up in Niceville. Greek Life has brought so many opportunities and experiences to my college experience. One of my favorite memories was serving as a Greek Ambassador during the summer of 2015 and getting to meet so many parents and incoming students. I truly hope that if you're an incoming student, regardless if you are a freshman or an upperclassman, you choose to go through recruitment. Going Greek can impact your life in so many ways, and I hope you all have the confidence to take the first step!
Title: VP of Academics and Standards
Hey everyone! My name is Sarah Zeigler and I am the Vice President of Standards and Academics for the Panhellenic executive council. I am originally from Lexington, Kentucky but my family lives in Clearwater, Florida. When I came to UNF in the fall of 2013 I was a shy, quiet girl looking to make friends, little did I know that Greek Life would help me grow so much!
Title: VP of Service and Philanthropy
Hi! My name is Caitlin Schwab, I serve as the Vice President of Service and Philanthropy for the Panhellenic Council. This is my second year on the Panhellenic Executive Board and I could not be more excited for another opportunity to serve our sorority community. I am a junior from the small town of Oviedo, Florida and am double majoring in Health Administration and Nursing. In my free time, I like to cheer on Kentucky Basketball and play with my kitty, Sylvester, and little puppy, Mumbles.
Hi! My name is Franki Giustino, and I am from Jupiter, Florida. I am currently serving as Vice President of Public Relations for the Panhellenic Executive Board. When I joined the UNF Greek community in fall of 2013 I never thought I would be in the position I am in today. Going Greek has made me realize my passion and what I want to do with the rest of my life. With the support of my sisters and Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life staff I have gained confidence in myself and have created relationships that will continue to benefit me in the future. Being Greek gives you opportunities you didn't think were possible and you have a family behind you the whole way.
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