Panhellenic Council

 

Our Panhellenic Council is comprised of about eighty women.  There are three representatives from each sorority:  the chapter President, the voting Delegate, and the Junior Panhellenic Delegate.  They represent their sororities as we interact as a Panhellenic Council.  Each sorority works closely with its National Panhellenic Delegate to ensure that we act within the boundaries of our sorority bylaws as well as National Panhellenic Conference policy.  There is also a cabinet of around twenty sorority women who coordinate the various Panhellenic projects and efforts we participate in.  They are chosen in November by an application and interview process.  The outgoing and incoming Panhellenic executive officers make those selections.  At the same time cabinet members are chosen, we also select eight women to serve in recruitment-related positions on the Recruitment Executive Board.  The Panhellenic Council is led by the Panhellenic Executive Board, which is a five member team chosen by an application and interview process by the outgoing Panhellenic council through votes from their chapter delegates.  We meet as a council on alternating Tuesdays when classes are in session.  On the Tuesdays that we do not meet as a council, we meet in our small groups (cabinet together, delegates together...) to have discussions that don't relate to the whole group.

 

 

2018 Panhellenic Executive Officers

Alex McFadden

Sadye Ball is the 2018 Panhellenic President. Sadye is a junior from Charlotte, North Carolina majoring in Sociology with a minor in Social Work. She was the outgoing Executive Vice President and previously served on Panhellenic Cabinet as Assistant Director of Extension. She is also a member of Rho Lambda. As Panhellenic President, she will lead the 90-member Panhellenic Council by collaborating with our eighteen chapter presidents and Panhellenic executive board. Sadye would tell potential new members not to take themselves too seriously and just have fun during recruitment week! She is so excited to serve Panhellenic because it is an organization that has given her so much confidence and leadership skills throughout her time at Auburn. It has been such an impactful part of her college career by surrounding her with strong leaders and the best of friends. She can't wait to build relationships with the sorority presidents as well as the rest of the council and watch them grow as Auburn women!

Lauren Spiwak

Lauren Spiwak is the 2018 Panhellenic Administrative Vice President. Lauren is a junior from Sugar Land, Texas majoring in Accounting with a minor in Spanish. She was the outgoing Panhellenic Director of Campus Relations and former Liaison to UPC on Panhellenic Cabinet. She is currently involved in the Student Government Association as the Assistant Vice President of Campus Relations, the Harbert College of Business Executive Society, and serves as a Supplemental Instructor. As Panhellenic Administrative Vice President, she will be a member of the Panhellenic Executive Board and will coordinate the Panhellenic Cabinet, which works on projects such as Miss Panhellenic, Greek Sing, and Convocation as well as works with liaison positions to other offices on campus. One piece of advice she would give to a potential new member would be to have fun and take recruitment one day at a time. She is excited to be able to serve the women of Panhellenic through Cabinet and looks forward to working with each Cabinet member this year!

Susan Purvis

Cassie Sadie is the 2018 Panhellenic Vice President for Recruitment. Cassie is a junior from Montgomery, Alabama, majoring in public relations and minoring in marketing. She is the outgoing Head Computer Analyst for the Recruitment Executive Board and is currently involved with the Catholic Student Organization and works for Auburn Campus Recreation in the marketing department. In her position, she will work with the recruitment chairs of each sorority, plan various aspects of Recruitment, and select and train the Recruitment Executive Board and Recruitment Counselors known as “Pi Chis.” She is excited to serve on Panhellenic because she wants to give back to this organization that has led her to exciting opportunities, meaningful friendships, and personal growth. Cassie’s advice to a potential new member is, “Enjoy the recruitment process. It will go by quickly and is a great opportunity to make friends and see what all 18 sororities have to offer. Go in with an open mind, and don’t make your decision based on what others want for you because ultimately, this is your potential sisterhood. Finally, be confidently and authentically yourself, letting your personality shine.” She can’t wait to welcome all of the incoming potential new members and to help them have the best experience possible.

Sayde Ball

 Lauren Alger is the 2018 Panhellenic Executive Vice President. Lauren is a junior from Fairfax, Virginia majoring in marketing. Last year she served as her chapters President and gained a passion for geek life. She is currently working as a marketing assistant in the marketing department at The Auburn Recreation and Wellness Center. In her position Lauren will work closely with the eighteen Panhellenic delegates, which act as liaisons between their individual chapters and Panhellenic. The Delegates are also responsible for casting votes on Panhellenic Council matters. She will also record and distribute minutes and other information relevant to Panhellenic Council. Lauren would advise potential new members to be themselves, make new friendships and enjoy and the week of recruitment! Lauren is excited to serve on the Panhellenic Executive Board because she wahts to have the opportunity to mentor a group of women and give them a similar experience to the one she has had as a Panhellenic woman. 

Kelly Ayers‚Äč

Callie Kyzar is the 2018 Panhellenic Vice President of Finance. Callie is a junior from Birmingham, Alabama majoring in accounting. She was the outgoing Finance Vice President for her chapter. She has also been involved in IMPACT, Lambda Sigma Sophomore Honor Society, and Beta Alpha Psi. In her position she will handle finances of Auburn Panhellenic. This includes coordinating the finances of all Panhellenic events such as Greek Sing, Miss Panhellenic, and Recruitment. She will also work closely with the treasures of each chapter and assist them as needed. Callie would tell potential members to relax before going into the parties because the more comfortable you are the more fun you'll have! Callie is excited to serve on the Executive Board and ensure that Panhellenic's money is in good hands!

 

Lindsay Ollis

 Graduate Assistant:  Lindsay Ollis  (lao0009)
Works with Panhellenic Exec and Council as an advisor


Advisor:  Jill Moore (moorejm)
Works with Panhellenic Exec and Council as an advisor

 

 2018 Panhellenic Cabinet

Director of Scholarship: MB Smith

Director of Junior Panhellenic: Kalee Whisenant

Director of Greek Sing: Jess Collier

Director of Women's Initiatives: Emily Wiseman

Assistant Director of Greek Sing: Caroline Shea

Co-Director of Benevolence: Carleigh Cleveland

Co-Director of Benevolence: Caroline Colvin

Liaison to Greek Councils: Collyn Davis

Director of Social Media Content: Kristine Chin-Lai & Ashley Lurie

Director of Spiritual Life: Madison Wright

Liaison to the Office of Diversity and Inclusion: Carolann Spearman

Director of Miss Panhellenic: Laurie Vanstone

Assistant Director of Miss Panhellenic: Kelly Hutchinson

Director of Campus Relations: Cassie Atchley

Director of New Member Education: Amy Miller

Director of Social Media Graphics: Lauren Brands

Director of Health and Wellness: Sarah Worthington

 

2018 Recruitment Executive Board

Head Pi Chi: Kolby McKenzie

Assistant Head Pi Chi: Alexis Burgos

Assistant Head Pi Chi: Jess Bereszniewicz

Director of Recruitment Media: Maggie Cashman

Director of Recruitment Operations: Caroline Kupec

Head Recruitment Computer Analyst: Sarah Till

Assistant recruitment Computer Analyst: Lyndsey Davis

Director of Continuous Open Bidding: Andie Rich

Last Updated: 2/13/2018