College Panhellenic Council

The Panhellenic Council at Western Michigan University is the coordinating body of the 7 National Panhellenic Conference sororities on campus. The council is composed of 12 executive board members, from each sorority. Panhellenic executive council members are current sorority members who have disaffiliated from their chapters during recruitment in order to provide unbiased planning and support for all involved in the process. Panhellenic strengthens the Greek community and is responsible for promoting scholarship, philanthropy, and safety for each sorority as well as the Greek community as a whole. Panhellenic provides activities and programs throughout the year to address current issues affecting college women.

 

Our Council

Hannah Marcon

President

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Major:

Health & Human Services - Pre PA

Why I Went Greek: 

I went greek to meet new friends and find a purpose in my college education while also raising money through our philanthropy events.

Sophia Carinci

Vice President

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Major:

Early Childhood Education

Why I went Greek:

Because i knew that greek life would give me opportunities to meet new people, become involved on campus and in the Panhellenic community, and gain leadership positions within my chapter! Greek Life has opened so many doors for me and you will meet so many great people!

Kiara Bartlett

Vice President of Recruitment and Director of Rho Gamma's

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Major:

Interior Design 

Why I went Greek:

I went Greek because I wanted to find life long friendships!

Olivia Tunison

Vice President of Risk Management

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Major:

Nursing

Why I Went Greek:

To get involved on campus and within the community & be apart of something bigger

Piper Berg

Vice President of Education

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Major:

Sales & Marketing

Why I went Greek:

When I was a freshman I decided to go greek to keep me busy and give me a easy way to meet new people. Through out the past 2 years I have gained so much more than that, I have made so many amazing connections and have held some really cool leadership roles that taught me so much about myself. The Greek community is so supportive and has given me so many amazing memories that I will cherish forever

Lauren Ginster

Treasurer

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Major:

Family Studies & General Psychology 

Why I Went Greek:

To make lifelong friendships!

Major:

Accountancy

Why I went Greek:

To make lifelong friendships!

Leah Boss

Director of Communications

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Major:

Speech Pathology & Audiology

 

Why I went Greek:

To find new opportunities along with  friendships in a community that I knew would support me! 

Mikayla Kist

Director of Service

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Major:

Strategic Communications w/a Focus on Leadership and Teamwork 

Why I went Greek:

Going Greek allowed me to step outside my comfort zone a little bit. I went Greek bc I want to try something new. I’ve enjoyed everything that I learned so far about leadership and learning more about myself. 

Aly Lingerfelt

Director of Scholarship

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Major:

Psychology

Why I went Greek:

Because of all of the leadership and service opportunities available through CPC! I also wanted to be a part of a community of girls who empower one another to be the best version of themselves!

Olivia Liverpool

Director of Campus Activities & Programming

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Major:

Criminal Justice & Psychology

Why I went Greek:

To find a group of empowered individuals to  learn and adapt with throughout my life

Olivia Juzwiak

Director of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, & Accessibility

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Major:

Sales & Business Marketing

Why I went Greek:

I went Greek because after my first year at WMU, I made a lot of friends but felt a deeper connection was lacking. That part of my college experience I felt I was missing, I found by joining a sorority. Having the shared experience of sisterhood with all Panhellenic women is so amazing, and I am so thankful for the friendships I share as a member of the Greek community.