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the Executive Board 




We are humbled to serve as your 2022 UCF Panhellenic Executive Board and strive to better our community by enriching the sorority experience.

Panhellenic love and mine.


--UCF Panhellenic Executive Board




Major: Communication & Conflict

Minor: Diplomacy & Political Science

Hometown: Grapevine, TX

Panhellenic means women supporting women as we each become the best versions of ourselves. I know that I would be no where near the person I am today without this community behind me. Panhellenic is a place that makes the vastness of UCF feel smaller and more like a home. By providing a community for women of all backgrounds and experiences to come together and form such strong bonds, Panhellenic means a commitment to continuous learning and support of one another.

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Executive Vice President


Major: Psychology, on a Neuroscience track

Hometown: Hoboken, NJ

I’ve always known that I wanted to join a sorority, but what I didn’t expect was to find a community of women that would help me reach potentials I didn’t know I had. I started as a half-terrified, half-exuberant PNM, and ended up finding my future bridesmaids and forever friends. I’ve made memories that’ll last a lifetime. Being a Panhellenic woman has been one of the defining characteristics of my college career—by choice—and I am humbled to serve on the Executive Board alongside 10 other inspiring women. I look forward to serving the Panhellenic Council at UCF and furthering initiatives to improve the sorority experience for everyone!


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

Vice President of Internal recruitment


Major: Communication Sciences and Disorders


Hometown: Sarasota, FL

To me, Panhellenic means growth, confidence, & friendship! If you told me when I went through recruitment at the age of 18 that I would serve on the Panhellenic executive board I would not believe you. I have gained the confidence to push myself and learn new things, which has helped me branch out in so many ways! I have made friendships within entire Panhellenic community & I am forever grateful for the memories, laughs, & connections I have made within my past few years!


Contact me with any Recruitment related questions from chapters


Vice President of EXTERNAL recruitment


Major: Anthropology and Social Sciences

Minors: Political Science, Human Communications, and Diversity & Social Inequality

Hometown: Riverview, FL

Panhellenic means everything to me. It means being and becoming my best self. Panhellenic means to me the empowerment, love, support, and ambition in life that is stronger than I have ever experienced in my life before this. Panhellenic is my heart and my home and I am the truest and best version of myself as a Panhellenic women. To me, this community means betterment and growth of the self and the community for the benefit of everyone. Panhellenic is and always has been to me, a place to love those around me and myself in a way that is more inspiring than anything else I have experienced in my life. I am so thankful to serve Panhellenic.


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

Vice President of RISK MANAGEMENT


Major: Legal Studies

Hometown: Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Panhellenic to me is a sisterhood of confident women who are able to build each other up and empower and encourage other members in this community to be their best selves.

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!

Vice President of


Major: Integrated Business 

Minor: Digital Media and Sales

Hometown: Miami, FL

There has always been a want in me to be a part of something bigger than I -- it’s the reason I decided to join Panhellenic in the first place. In such a fragile time as now, where as young individuals we are figuring out the next chapters of our futures whilst pursuing college -- there is bound to be so many challenges to overcome.


My hopes are that every individual can discover their potential in the Panhellenic community. To find something in themselves that surpasses our collegiate experience, and into the rest of our lives as we continue to grow as women. Knowing what it is like to experience so much love and support from a receiving end, I want to do my part in sharing what I found with others. Being able to serve on the Panhellenic Executive Board has been nothing short of honorable. It is truly something much bigger than me -- and I want to be a part of that.

Contact me for anything regarding our platforms and this website

Vice President of


Major: Psychology & Music

Hometown: Vienna, Virginia

To me, Panhellenic means leadership. It means community, unity, and sisterhood. It means representation for every person in the greek community.

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



Major: Legal Studies & Hospitality Management

Hometown: Port St. Lucie, FL

For me Panhellenic means a community of support. I love being apart of this organization as it is filled with ambitious women who strive to do great at school and within our community thus bringing me immense joy when I run into Panhellenic women off campus

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



Major: Social Work

Hometown: Palm City, FL

Panhellenic, to me, means acceptance. The support, friendships, and memories that came out of my Rho Gamma experience this past year was more than I ever thought I deserved. I have never felt so comfortable being my true self than I did while surrounded by the most wholesome, understanding woman our community is made up of. I truly believe that Panhellenic brings the best out of people while connecting one another to learn valuable life lessons, realizations, and how to see things from different perspectives. After this summer, I felt that my days were more worthwhile, important, and productive because of the support and determination Panhellenic gave me. I always doubted my ability to shoot for the stars, but ever since I met these women in other chapters, I have never felt more me. <3


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Major: Biology, Pre-Veterinary Track

Hometown: Tarpon Springs, FL

I am so beyond grateful to be given this amazing opportunity to work with a group of such inspiring women and serve on the UCF Panhellenic Executive Board. Being given this opportunity allows me to give back to a community that has given me so much and truly shaped me into the woman I am today.

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Vice President of






Major: International Political Science 

Minor:  Diplomacy & Global Peace 

Hometown: Tampa, FL

Panhellenic is a place where strong, like-minded women congregate for the betterment of sisterhood, philanthropy, confidence, and unity. I'm truly honored to represent such a diverse and powerful group of women.

Contact me regarding diversity and ways to be a better inclusive community!

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