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Panhellenic Executive Council

The Panhellenic Executive Committee is elected/appointed in November and serves a one-year term that follows the calendar year. They work together for the betterment of our Panhellenic chapters by planning events, educational opportunities, and furthuring the Panhellenic mission. 

Panhellenic 2022 executive team members

Isabella Zaidle

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Panhellenic President


Hometown: Tulsa, OK

Degree: Public Relations and Letters-Constitutional Studies Pre-Law

Responsibilities: presides at all Panhellenic meetings, builds strategic vision for the council, serves as an ex-officio member of all Panhellenic committees, leads executive committee and serves as liaison between NPC chapters and the university community.

Aria Patel

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Vice President Judicial Affairs


Hometown: Sugar Land, TX

Degree: Public Relations with a minor in Organizational Leadership

Responsibilites: serves as the chairman and supervises appointment, orientation, and training of the Judicial Board, maintains all judicial records, serves as the Standards Roundtable Chairman, serves as the council risk reduction officer.

Emma Lary

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Vice President of Admin Affairs


Hometown: Sugar Land, TX

Degree: English

Responsibilies: prepares agendas for council meetings, and reports minutes to the National Panhellenic Conference, serves as Scholarship Roundtable Chairman, manages Panhellenic Delegates, and oversees Peer Tutor Study Program.

Julia Atkinson

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Vice President of Finance 


Hometown: Fort Worth, TX

Degree: Business Energy Management

Responsibilites: supervises finances of the Panhellenic Association, prepares and maintains council budget, receives payments due to the council, gives financial reports, serves as the Finance Rountable Chairman, and manages fundraising for council initiatives.

Megan Neaves

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VP of Inclusivity


Hometown: Oklahoma City, OK

Degree: Women & Gender Studies and Anthropology

Responsibilities: coordinates diveristy and inclusion efforts for Panhellenic, serves as the Inclusivity Committee chair, organizes social justice programming, and serves as a liaison to organizations focused on marginalized identities on campus. 

Abigail McCollum

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VP of Recruitment Operations


Hometown: Kingwood, TX

Degree: Biomedical Engineering and Pre-Medicine

Responsibilites: coordinates logistics of Fall Formal Recruitment, manages recruitment budget, works with chapter recruitment teams, supervises Operations Assistant, conducts post-recruitment evaluations, assists with informal recruitment.

Lauren Hill

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VP of Recruitment Programming


Hometown: Bedford, TX

Degree: Communication

Responsibilities: coordinates selection and training of Recruitment Guides, oversees Recruitment Guide training, conducts post-recruitment evaluations, supervises Lead Rho Gamma, assists in coordination of informal recruitment.

Landri Massey

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Vice President of Programming


Hometown: Fort Worth, TX

Degree: Public Relations

Responsibilites: organizes projects and programs for the Panhellenic community throughout the year, serves as the New Member Educators Roundtable Chairman, and serves as the Chairman for the Programming Committee. 

Katherine Schoeffler

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VP of Philanthropy




Responsibilites: serves as liaison to all campus and community organizations, serves as Community Service Committee Chairman and the Philanthropy Roundtable Chairman, works directly with the council philanthropy, Among Friends.

Ashley Van De Velde

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Vice President of Public Affairs


Hometown: Madison, WI

Degree: Broadcast Journalism with minors in Sports Business and Spanish

Responsibilites: handles all aspects of public relations for the Panhellenic Association, works with Panhellenic constituents to promote projects of the council, supervises website and social media accounts, serves as Public Relations Roundtable Chairman.

Spring 2022 Panhellenic Executive Council Office Hour Schedule

Our leadership team is available during office hours or by appointment. You can reach out individually to set up a time to chat. Emails for our team can be found above. Office hours are held in the Office of Student Life (OMU #370).

Panhellenic President Office Hour Schedule

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Vice President Judicial Affairs Office Hour Schedule

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Vice President Administrative Affairs Office Hour Schedule

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Vice President Finance Office Hour Schedule

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VP Inclusivity Office Hour Schedule

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Vice President Recruitment Operations Office Hour Schedule

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Vice President Programming Office Hour Schedule

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Vice President Philanthropy Office Hour Schedule

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Panhellenic Delegates

Panhellenic Delegates are the link between individual chapters and the Panhellenic Association. By attending bi-weekly meetings, serving on committees, and serving as the official voting delegate of thier chapter, these women help direct their organizations in moving forward as a Panhellenic community. These women foster the Panhellenic spirit in their activities in and outside of their chapters.

Panhellenic Committees

We encourage our members to give back to the Panhellenic community in various ways. One of those ways is by serving on one of our two Panhellenic committees - the Judicial Board and the Community Relations Committee.

Judicial Board

The purpose of the Panhellenic Judicial Board is to promote self-governance, accountability, education and due process with the Panhellenic Association. The Panhellenic Judicial Board is composed of six members: the Vice President of Judicial Affairs and five additional members who are responsible for upholding the constitution, bylaws and recruitment rules of the OU Panhellenic Association.

Community Relations Committee

Philanthropy Committee

The Panhellenic Philanthropy committee is composed of six members: the Vice President of Community Relations, a committee vice chair and four additional members who join together in order to promote the Panhellenic-wide philanthropy, Among Friends. The committee plans a fall philanthropy project and encourages members to volunteer with Among Friends. 

Inclusivity Committee

The Panhellenic Inclusivity committee is composed of 11 members: the Vice President of Inclusivity, and a representative from each chapter who join together in order to further diversity and inclusion initiatives wtihin the Panhellenic Association. The committee is responsible for all matters pertraining to the promotion of social justice and inclusivity in our community.


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