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.
Panhellenic Executive Board Applications are Available! - Interested in being a leader within the Panhellenic community? Make sure to fill out your application today. They are available online until Sunday, November 2 at 5:00 p.m. If you have questions about a particular position, please contact one of the current officers.
Panhellenic Executive Board Application
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: Ellie Piersall
Name: Valerie Meyerowich
Title: VP of Recruitment Operations
Title: VP of Recruitment Programming
Title: VP of Programming
Fun fact: most people call me “Fruit” because of my last
name, but the funny part is that I’m allergic to berries.
Title: VP of Operations
Title: VP of Academics and Standards
My name is Nicole Dorman and I am so excited to be serving
as the Vice President of Academics and Standards for Panhellenic this year. I
am a senior here at UNF and should be graduating fall 2014! I am perusing a
major in International Studies with a few minors in Psychology, Spanish, and
Leadership. I am so thankful that I decided to become a part of our Greek
community here, it was honestly one of the best decisions I've ever made. Being
Greek has provided me with so much to be thankful for including true
friendships within my own chapter as well as throughout the Greek community. But
I am most grateful for the amazing leadership opportunities that have shaped me
into the best version of myself, exceeding even my own expectations. I know
that everything I have gained through Greek life, from friendships to skills
and experiences, will stay with me long after my time in college is done.
Title: VP of Service and Philanthropy
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