the Executive Board 

 

 

 

We are humbled to serve as your 2020 UCF Panhellenic Executive Board and strive to better our community by enriching the sorority experience. Panhellenic love and mine.

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President

Mackenzie

Major: Legal Studies

Minor: Sociology

Hometown: West Palm Beach, FL

Why I went Greek: I wanted to join a community that helped to make a huge school, not seem so big. I was able to find my people and my home away from home.

What being on the Executive Board means to me: I am honored to serve as the Panhellenic President and it has taught me the importance of advocating for our community. Being on the Exec Board is such a special accomplishment to me. I am able to help and give back to the community that has given me so much. I am so excited to be apart of this years board!

Contact me for Executive Matters

pan@ucf.edu

Executive Vice President

Dani

Major: Business Communication

Minor: Spanish

Hometown: Brooklyn, NY

Why I went Greek: I went Greek to have an automatic friendly face in a class, a cafe on campus, or a club meeting. I had a strong sense of community in high school through the different extracurriculars I joined, and wanted to continue that trend. By going greek, I've been given so much more than I ever could have imagined and I value these women so greatly.

What being on the Executive Board means to me: Giving back to the community that has given me countless opportunities has been an honor like no other. By working alongside these women, I have grown as a leader, chapter member, and collegiate woman.

Contact me for anything regarding our bylaws, infractions, and our judicial system

ucfpanevp@gmail.com

Vice President of external recruitment

Christian

Majors: English-Creative Writing and Legal Studies

Minor: Sociology

Hometown: West Palm Beach, FL

Why I went Greek: I went Greek because I was seeking a place where I could give back to the community on a larger scale and find my place on such a huge campus.

What being on the Executive Board means to me: Being on the Exec Board means using my strengths to be a guiding example for the rest of the Panhellenic community and meeting so many other incredible women from other chapters.

Contact me if you are interested in or have about questions about Recruitment

ucfpanexternalrecruitment@gmail.com

Vice President of internal recruitment

Charlotte

Major: Elementary Education

Hometown: Palm Beach Gardens, FL

Why I went Greek: To find more friends and become bigger than just myself. Little did i know it would open so many more doors for me than i could ever imagine.

What being on the Executive Board means to me: That i can be a leader and inspire other girls to go after their goals. I love that i am able to make a difference in the community and meet so many amazing women.

Contact me with any Recruitment related questions from chapters

ucfpaninternal@gmail.com

Vice President of recruitment guides

Maci

Major: Elementary Education

Hometown: Lake Worth, FL

Why I went Greek: Wanted to find the home-away-from-home, find my future bridesmaids!

What being on the Executive Board means to me: It gives me the chance to share my passion and drive with the whole community and show how amazing this place can be. Ever since I joined my chapter I have been in love with this community and all the amazing girls that I have met and I am so excited to serve all of pan!!

Contact me for anything regarding Rho Gammas

ucfpanrecruitmentguides@gmail.com

Vice President of community involvement

Destinee

Major: Political Studies

Minor: Legal Studies

Hometown: Tampa, FL

Why I went Greek: To become more involved in the UCF community and find lifelong friends

What being on the Executive Board means to me: Being on Exec board means that I’m able to serve the community that has already given me so much and give back, all while being surrounded by people I love!

Contact me for anything regarding community service, fundraising, and local events

ucfpaninvolvement@gmail.com

Vice President of leadership & academic Development

Katie

Major: Human Communications with a Health track

Minor: Dance

Hometown: Buffalo, NY

Why I went Greek: Being 1,000 miles away from home I really wanted to find my people and going Greek has done exactly that, whether it be people in my own chapter or all of my friends throughout the Panhellenic community

What being on the Executive Board means to me: It means I get to help give back to the community that has given so much to me. I hope I can inspire people to love this amazing community as much as I do and help them become the best versions of themselves.

Contact me regarding scholarships, academic programs, and our impact on campus

ucfpanlad@gmail.com

Vice President of risk management

Avery

Major: Health Services Administration

Minor: Business Administration

Hometown: Miami, FL

Why I went Greek: I’m the first person to go Greek in my family, so for me it was all about breaking stereotypes, challenging misconceptions, and being the best woman I could be. Now I have a girl gang like no other and a community that pushes me to my full potential!

What being on the Executive Board means to me: Panhellenic women are some of the strongest, most resilient women who lead and empower others through both actions and words, in the open and the shadows. Our women set standards for scholarship, leadership, philanthropy, friendship, and community while striving to break down barriers and grow individually. It is a great privilege to serve on the Panhellenic Executive Board and represent such an amazing community of women.

Contact me regarding health and safety questions and concerns as well as anything health and safety related that you would like to see implemented in our community

ucfpanrisk@gmail.com

Vice President of Administration

Kayla

Major: Health Sciences

Hometown: Deerfield Beach, FL

Why I went Greek: To find a home away from home!

What being on the Executive Board means to me: Being on Exec is such an honor. It means the world to know that others see my ability to help lead this amazing community into a positive future.

Contact me regarding finances

ucf.pan.vpa@gmail.com

         Vice President of Public Relations

   Taylor

Major: Marketing

Hometown: Jensen Beach, FL

Why I went Greek: I wanted to join a community that could keep me busy, encourage me to get involved on campus, and help me better my career and network of amazing people. Panhellenic has given me these opportunities and lifelong friends, especially this Exec.

What being on the Executive Board means to me: I am so happy to be a part of this Executive Board with these amazing, hilarious people. Serving on the board means that I have the opportunity to not only make hundreds of new friends in Pan but to also serve as a leader in bettering the community!

Contact me regarding social media and this website

ucfpanpr@gmail.com

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