Panhellenic Executive Board
President • Caeley McMillan
Hometown: Lynchburg, Virginia
I am responsible for overseeing the Executive Board, consisting of nine other members, as well as running General Assembly for all seven of our Panhellenic chapters. I have also been working on the Extension process and exploring the option of welcoming a new sorority to our University’s community!
Vice President • Kaeli DiCola
Hometown: Mays Landing, New Jersey
Major: Political Science and Criminology
I am responsible for running a Panhellenic Judicial Board as well as keeping each individual sorority up to date on the rules and regulations of Panhel and the school. I also ensure confidentiality in all Panhellenic matter sand help the President with their responsibilities when needed.
VP of Administration • Madeline Ellsworth
Hometown: Saratoga Springs, New York
I am the secretary for Panhellenic and my responsibilities are to make the agenda for executive council meetings as well as taking the minutes for General Assembly.
VP of Finance • Victoria Thalassinos
Hometown: New Milford, Connecticut
I am in charge of monitoring and recording every transaction that the council performs so that I always know our exact expense and revenue amounts. I create budgets for each officer on the board and approve every purchase or reimbursement based on those budgets. My position, therefore, is utilized throughout every officer's position to help make sure everyone can get what they want to be successful.
VP of Membership Operations • Breanne DiCesare
Hometown: Lakeland, Florida
I run the logistics side of recruitment which means that I am in charge of booking the rooms for each individual sorority and making sure that everyone's schedules are correct so that recruitment can run as smoothly as possible.
VP of Membership Programming • Mina Victoria
Hometown: Edison, New Jersey
I oversee the recruitment counselor training and selection process. I am also responsible for planning potential new member information sessions in the Fall semester. During recruitment I handle situations with potential new members who have questions about the process and assist them in finding their home.
VP of Community Engagement • Anna Gordon
Hometown: Pittsford, New York
My responsibility is to engage the community through various different activities. These activities can range from speakers coming to campus to hosting sisterhood events in the Panhellenic community. I also inform the Panhellenic women about the activities on campus so everyone is aware of what is going on to become more involved.
VP of Scholarship • Maddie Roberts
Hometown: Haverhill, Massachusetts
My duties are to plan the annual Panhellenic scholarship banquet, organize Panhellenic study hours, and implement positive programming to promote academic excellence within the Panhellenic community.
VP of Philanthropy & Service • Liz Ho Sing Loy-Keiler
Hometown: Bethlehem, New Hampshire
I am in charge of planning Panhellenic signature events, planning service opportunities with local nonprofits for the Panhellenic community, and raising funds for the Circle of Sisterhood which is a nonprofit that focuses on empowering women around the world through education.
VP of Marketing • Daniella Meyers
Hometown: Commack, New York
Major: Sport Management
My responsibility is to promote our Panhellenic community through several different social media platforms. I am also in charge of running our website and promoting our Greek community. Additionally, I monitor social media for our recruitment counselors and design anything needed by the executive board/Panhellenic.