2021 PANHELLENIC EXECUTIVE BOARD

WHAT IS THE COLLEGE PANHELLENIC COUNCIL?

The College Panhellenic Council represents eight sororities at Kennesaw State University. The executive board is comprised of seven women from our community. 

PRESIDENT

Kayli Rice

What am I up to?

"The other council presidents and I are creating new ways for everyone to collaborate and bring true unity to our community."

Kayli is a Senior majoring in Journalism & Emerging Media and minoring in Anthropology. 

"This year I have high aspirations to not only encourage this council to do a complete 180, but to watch it make a huge impact on our campus and in our community!

Responsibilities:

As President I preside over all Panhellenic meetings and special meetings; oversee Council Officer duties; assists officers with duties when needed or asked; filter email requests from companies and other student organizations; keep FSL Director updated on Panhellenic; coordinate roundtables with Presidents; serve as liaison with University Administration; complete NPC Annual Report; attend monthly meetings with Panhellenic Advisor; hold semesterly one on one meetings with each member on council; work directly with the Vice President of Recruitment to assist with recruitment; attends other council executive board meetings once a month; assist in keeping all Panhellenic registration up-to-date.

VICE PRESIDENT OF MEMBERSHIP

Katie Mccroskey

Katie McCroskey is a Sophomore majoring in Biology and minoring in Legal Studies.

“To me, being an empowered women is using your voice to advocate for change, speaking for those who don’t feel they have a voice, and working as a team to benefit the community”

What am I up to?

"I'm planning events for next semester!"

Responsibilities:

As Vice President of Membership I oversee activities if the  President is unable to be in attendance; plan Panhellenic Progressive function; plan and supervise at least one philanthropy program, community service opportunity, or fundraiser each semester; keep CPC up-to-date on all chapter philanthropic events; educate members on University and Panhellenic expectation and requirements; assist active and new members toward striving academic potential; provide recognition to collegiate members who earned a 4.0 the previous semester; act as chairman of Membership Committee.

VICE PRESIDENT OF ADMINISTRATION

What am I up to?

"Our budget and bylaws have been approved!"

Gillian Lucas

Gillian is a senior majoring in Early Childhood Education.

"There are countless benefits of going Greek including leadership and community service opportunities, campus involvement, academic support, networking, and building skills such as time management, financial responsibility, and communication. You interact with many different people and organizations through Greek life, both Greek and non-Greek! Opportunities to get involved on campus through Greek life include intramural sports teams, philanthropy events, study sessions, chapter and Panhellenic leadership positions, and many more!"

Responsibilities:

As Vice President of Administration I oversee the Panhellenic Delegates; Serve as the reservation delegate for CPC; work with President to update bylaws and apply for any awards as needed; create and maintains the Panhellenic budget and allotment of funds; oversee all incoming and outgoing Panhellenic funds; disseminates the budget to the delegates to be voted upon at the beginning of each semester; record minutes and attendance of all Panhellenic meetings; filter excuses; keep record of changes made to any Panhellenic document such as bylaws, recruitment rules, or code of ethics; oversees the file preservation; disseminate all Panhellenic related material to necessary entities.

VICE PRESIDENT OF RECRUITMENT

Catherine Allsteadt

Catherine is a Senior majoring in Marketing.

"Going through recruitment is a really awesome experience that brings you to some amazing people, not only in the future chapter you will join, but also in the Panhellenic community! The biggest piece of advice I can give is to be authentic and join the chapter YOU want to join. While our parents and older sisters want to live through our college experience vicariously, this is your recruitment experience, so own it!"

What am I up to?

"Recruitment Registration is opening on April 9th!"

Responsibilities:

As Vice President of Recruitment I oversee the planning and execution of recruitment; coordinate recruitment round tables with recruitment chairs, Panhellenic executive council, and chapter recruitment advisors; creates, collect, and distribute information from post recruitment survey. I also serve as a liaison between University officials as they pertain to the safe and organized functioning of Recruitment processes.

VICE PRESIDENT OF RECRUITMENT COUNSELORS

What am I up to?

"My recruitment team and I are preparing for the Pi Chi Retreat in June!"

Rylee Robinson

Rylee is a Junior and is majoring in Journalism and Emerging Media.

"I think the most important quality of being a pi chi is being unbiased. You are leading girls through one of the most important and stressful weeks on their college career, you want to be able to put your own feelings and opinions aside to help them find who they are and where they belong."

Responsibilities:

As Vice President of Recruitment Counselors I oversee the selection and training of Pi Chi Recruitment Counselors for the 2020 year; plan and hold monthly meetings for Pi Chi's in the Spring Semester and frequently through the Summer; plan the Disaffiliation dinner and Pi Chi Recruitment Retreat; work with the VP of Standards on Pi Chi standards issues and in planning and executing the New Member Symposium.

VICE PRESIDENT OF PUBLIC RELATIONS

What am I up to?

"I am working on updating our website and creating new reels for our Instagram @KSUPanhellenic!"

KAte Litsch

Kate is a sophomore majoring in Public Relations and minoring in Engagement Marketing.

"I hope to show everyone the incredible, driven, and educated women who make this community so impactful. through our social media."

Responsibilities:

As Vice President of Public Relations it is my responsibility to oversee the social media presence of Panhellenic; plan and implement all aspects of presentation for tabling events; create recruitment promotional flyers and the recruitment manual; as well as design all Panhellenic apparel and items. I also maintain the Panhellenic website and blog.

VICE PRESIDENT OF STANDARDS

What am I up to?

"I have chosen the speaker for the new member symposium and am working closely with Kait to prepare information to our community about staying safe and healthy during this pandemic!"

Hattie Thompson

Hattie is a Sophomore majoring in Public Relations and minoring in Dance.

"Within the Panhellenic Community here at Kennesaw State we hold all members to high standards in hope of bettering the community and each individual for life the future."

Responsibilities:

As Vice President of Standards I serve as the risk management officer; chair the CPC Standards Board; lead and arranges all mediations and judicial hearings with the board members and CPC President; disperse any infraction notifications; ensure all women follow recruitment rules as well as unanimous agreements set by NPC; plan and execute the Fall New Member Symposium.

2021 PANHELLENIC DIRECTORS BOARD

WHAT IS THE DIRECTORS BOARD?

The Directors Board is comprised of 5 women who assist their respective Vice President. 

MEMBERSHIP DIRECTOR

Makayla Favors

Responsibilities:

As Membership Director I aid my Vice President in the planning and execution of all beneficial internal and external programing. This is including but not limited to programs that focus on such Panhellenic values as academic excellence, mental well-being, physical health, etc. Additionally, I am involved in any community service or philanthropic opportunities to keep CPC involved in the community.

RECRUITMENT OPERATIONS DIRECTOR

Faith Greer

Responsibilities:

As Recruitment Operations Director I aid my Vice President in securing Recruitment room reservations, arranging meals, keeping Recruitment on schedule, and all other operations regarding the planning and execution of Formal Recruitment.

RECRUITMENT LOGISTICS DIRECTOR

Katie Mccormack

Responsibilities:

As Recruitment Logistics Director I aid my Vice President in managing the ICS system, distributing updated room lists, overseeing move-in, etc. Additionally, I oversee the list of women who expressed interest in going through recruitment at summer orientations and assign Pi Chis to contact them. I will also send out regular updates to the parents of the PNMs.

RECRUITMENT COUNSELOR DIRECTOR

Amber Anderson

Responsibilities:

As Recruitment Counselor Director I aid my Vice President with the interview and selection process of Pi Chis, planning Pi Chi educational and training meetings, bonding activities, and the annual Pi Chi retreat.

PUBLIC RELATIONS DIRECTOR

Elsa Clements

Responsibilities:

As Public Relations Director I aid my Vice President by being responsible for all forms of publicity dealing with the Kennesaw State Panhellenic Association. I work closely with her Vice President and all committees to make certain that the media is kept informed of the positive events of the CPC chapters as well as ensure each organization has been covered equally.

Special thanks to our photographer, Mattie Gordon, for our lovely photos!