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The Executive Board

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We are humbled to serve as your 2024 UCF Panhellenic Executive Board and strive to better our community by enriching the sorority experience.
Panhellenic love and mine.

–UCF Panhellenic Executive Board



President, Ashley

Major: Graphic Design
Hometown: Jacksonville, FL

Why Pan? The Panhellenic Community to me means challenge, strength, growth, opportunity, and support. The undergraduate period of any student’s life is well known as one of the most challenging and ever-changing times a person will experience. We are young, while seeking a higher-level education; two factors that can flourish together but can also clash if not balanced appropriately. This is where my love for Panhellenic comes in. This community provides a safe space for so many hard working, growth-seeking women. A support system for whenever it is needed, and real friendships beyond the ones in your home chapter.

For executive matters, contact Ashley at


Executive Vice President, EllE

Major: Theatre Studies BA and Film Studies BA
Hometown: Lebanon, Ohio 

Why Pan? I joined Panhellenic to be a part of a community where I could grow as a woman, develop as a professional, and share the Gospel of Jesus whenever I could. What I have found is this, and so much more. I’ve found sisters. I’ve joined a family. I’ve found sisters In Panhellenic, sisters in Christ, and sisters that will last lifetime.

For questions or concerns relating to our bylaws, infractions, and the judicial system, contact Elle at

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Vice President of Internal RecruitmenT, Kaley

Major: Hospitality 
Hometown: Atlanta, GA

Why Pan? Joining the Panhellenic community was a way for me to step out of my comfort zone, try new things, and meet the most amazing people. It has instilled values of leadership, service, confidence, and more! I will forever be grateful that Panhellenic has brought me academic and philanthropic opportunities, leadership experience, and most importantly, my best friends and support system!

For Recruitment-related questions from our chapters, contact Kaley at

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Vice President of External Recruitment, Hadley

Major: English (Literature)
Minor: Digital Humanities & Editing and Publishing
Hometown: Jacksonville, FL

Why Pan? Panhellenic to me means being part of something bigger than yourself, and having a circle of constant support! I have met so many inspiring women through Panhellenic and have always felt encouraged and supported by the women in this community. 

If you are interested in or have questions about Recruitment, contact Hadley at

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Vice President of Risk Management, Amelia 

Major: Marketing
Minor: Digital Media
Hometown: Jacksonville, FL

Why pan? The women I have met in the Panhellenic community have been the nicest most supportive people. They constantly challenge me to grow and show me true friendship. Being apart of your own chapter is making a difference across all chapters.

Contact Amelia with any health and safety questions, concerns, or suggestions at

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Vice President of Public Relations, Kamryn

Major: Health Service Administration 
Minor: Entrepreneurship
Hometown: Amelia Island, FL

Why Pan? Panhellenic is a community of women who constantly work to empower each other and promote sisterhood. I am so grateful for the support system I have found through Panhellenic, and truly believe I would not hold this position if I had not developed a greater sense of self-confidence from being part of this community.

Contact Kamryn for anything regarding our social media platforms or website at


Vice President of Community Involvement, Hannah

Major: Psychology
Hometown: Tallahassee, FL

Why Pan? I went Panhellenic to help ensure that all of the women in our community know and trust that they are in a safe, inclusive, and empowering environment!! It’s so important to recognize that we are all sisters through Panhellenic and I want to help spread that message as much as possible!!

For anything regarding community service, fundraising, and local events, contact Hannah at

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Vice President of Leadership + Academic Development, AnnaMarie

Major: Chemistry, Biochemistry Track
Minors: Health Sciences
Hometown: Destin, Florida

Why Pan? Panhellenic will be defined by everyone differently. Everyone has their own experience and I believe that is what makes it special. For me, why I went Panhellenic and why I stayed are two very different stories. I went through recruitment in 2021 for the sole purpose of giving it a try and having no regrets of not signing up. I never thought I would be in a sorority, let alone sitting on this executive board. I stayed, and I am here today, because I met so many amazing women who have influenced my life in such great ways. This community provides a safe space that allows you to thrive, while also developing self-confidence that gives you leadership potential. Within Panhellenic, you are shown excitement during your best moments, and support during your worst. College is academically challenging and life throws you curve balls along the way, but I can truly say I would not be the same person I am today without being a part of the Panhellenic Community. I am grateful every single day.

Contact AnnaMarie regarding scholarships, academic programs, and our impact on campus at


Vice President of Recruitment Guides, Deeanna

Major: Advertising/Public Relations
Hometown: Tampa, FL

Why Pan? To me Panhellenic means a sense of community and comfort. This amazing community of women helps me grow as an individual and strive to be the best version of myself. I always wanted to be in a sorority but I never knew how much it would change my life. The amount of connections I have gained from this community makes me so extremely grateful everyday. I stay in this community because it allows me to grow and make a positive impact everyday! Seeing the way the women here in UCF Panhellenic come together is truly inspiring and I’m so lucky to be apart of it! 

For anything regarding Rho Gammas, contact Deeanna at


Vice President of Administration, sydney

Major: Business Management
Hometown: Pittsburg, PA

Why Pan? Panhellenic represents to me not just a collegiate affiliation, but a profound commitment to unity, growth, and community. Being part of Panhellenic has been a transformative experience, fostering connections that transcend the traditional boundaries of sisterhood. It is a platform that encourages personal development, and instills a sense of purpose. Panhellenic has provided me with a supportive network of like-minded women who inspire and challenge me to reach my fullest potential. Panhellenic has become a guiding force in my college journey, shaping my character and providing me with lifelong friendships. 

Contact Sydney with anything regarding finances at

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Vice President of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Gizelle

Major: Integrated Business
Minor: Sports Business
Hometown: Atlanta, GA

Why Pan? I’m so grateful to hold this position with such intelligent and inspiring women! Through the love and support of my sisters, I felt confident enough to step out of my comfort zone and take on this position.

For anything regarding diversity and ways to be a better inclusive community, contact Gizelle at

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