Katelynn Tansley is a senior from Waterford, VA studying IT with a concentration in Information Security. While serving as president, she is most excited with having events with the different councils. Her favorite part about being a Panhellenic woman is being surrounded by so many strong and intelligent women who provide an incredible support system. When she is not serving the panhellenic council, you can find her Painting, spending time outside, and hanging out with friends.
Summer Lofland is a sophomore from Coatesville, PA studying Business Management with a minor in Dance Appreciation. She applied for Panhellenic exec because she wanted to get more involved in the community outside of her own chapter. Her favorite part about being a Panhellenic woman is being able to work directly with a philanthropy through her sorority. In her free time, you can find her in a dance studio, at starbucks, or hanging out with her big!
Katerina Wood is a sophomore studying Accounting from Tampa, FL. She is most excited to enact change and make connections in the community while being on exec. Her favorite part about being a Panhellenic woman is the automatic sisterhood and common goals. When not serving as our Vice President of Finance and Records, she is enjoying her time just sitting on the couch reading a good book or watching a tv show!
Jennifer Dudley is a sophomore from Richmond, VA studying Nursing. She joined Panhellenic exec because she wanted to make a difference in the Panhellenic community and help create more friendships and connections. Her favorite part about being a Panhellenic Woman is the growing and positive community that she is apart of. She has met so many amazing women and been exposed to many opportunities. When Jennifer is not attending to her panhellenic duties she is working at Wawa, spending time with her friends, enjoying a good book, working out or napping!
Kaila Gozdieski is a freshman from Fort Mill, SC studying government. During her term, she is most excited to Learn how to be in a higher level position and the responsibility that goes with it! Her favorite part about being a panhellenic woman is having so many women support her when she needs them! When she is not serving on the council, you can find her studying with friends, working, playing soccer, or watching a new show or movie to relax.
Allie Meiller is a sophomore from Richmond, VA studying Communications and Art History. She joined Panhellenic exec because she wanted to give back to the community. She is most excited to work and collaborate with women in other organizations. Her favorite part about being a Panhellenic Woman is having a home away from home! When she is not busy updating the instagram, you can find her hanging out with her sisters, journaling, or going for a swim!
Elena Langsam is a senior from Corpus Christi, TX studying Integrative Studies with a concentration in legal studies. She applied for her position to be able to contribute to the Panhellenic community as a whole. She is most excited about making some good changes and bringing more girls into the Panhellenic community. Her favorite part about being a panhellenic woman is being a part of something bigger than herself and being comfortable enough to do things she wouldn't normally do. When Elena is not planning recruitment, you'll find her with a book, taking a late night trip to 7- 11, or enjoying anything Disney!
Allyson Skahen is a sophomore from Springfield,VA studying Civil Engineering. She joined Panhellenic exec because she wanted to meet more people in the Panhellenic community and become more involved! Her favorite part of being a panhellenic woman is being able to support other women and have a stronger sense of community. When she’s not busy with school or her panhellenic duties she likes to draw and read!
Avery Shippen is a freshman from Nashville, TN double majoring in Art and Conflict Analysis. She is most excited to prepare for recruitment and get to know other councils in FSl while serving on exec. Her favorite part about being a Panhellenic woman is getting to interact with other passionate women; She feels as though Panhellenic encourages her and her sister to grow alongside each other. When she is not working tirelessly planning recruitment you can find her painting, journaling, or leading tours around campus as a Mason Ambassador!