PAN SCHOLAR + LEADER OF THE MONTH: JANUARY
Each month, every chapter a part of the Panhellenic Council will nominate a member in our community who exemplifies success in two categories: academic success and notable leadership. Here at the University of Central Florida, we encourage excellence in intelligence and community, celebrating those who embody what it means to be a Panhellenic woman. Here is what their chapters have to say about their character!
PAN SCHOLAR OF THE MONTH: AMANDA FISHER
"Amanda strives to lead others by example and stay true to her morals in all that she does. Whether this be by her academic success, involvement within the Panhellenic Community and other on-campus organizations, or simply by exuding confidence and compassion within her chapter, she always makes an effort to be the best version of herself."
- Gamma Phi Beta
PAN LEADER OF THE MONTH: DOMINIQUE GIAMPAOLO
"Dominique led Kappa Delta during her presidency. She is the epitome of a strong and driven leader. Now that she has passed the torch, her leadership continues to shine throughout her chapter. She recently hosted a Ritual Workshop for our chapter and is currently working diligently to plan Kappa Delta’s philanthropy event. She always puts others first even with her busy schedule outside of KD."
- Kappa Delta
Amanda Fisher and Dominique Giampaolo, we celebrate your successes and encourage you in all your endeavors. Please join us in congratulating the Panhellenic Scholar and Leader of this month!