Vice President of Philanthropy
Vice President of Recruitment
Hi! I'm Carmella, I ran home Fall 2016 and I have been actively involved ever since. I am currently studying elementary education to pursue a career as a fourth grade teacher and eventually obtain my masters to become an elementary school principal. My favorite Greek memory was when I had the opportunity to represent our Panhellenic community and go to UIFI, a 5 day leadership institute in Indiana and meet so many other Greek members from across the country.
I joined the Panhellenic community in the Fall of 2016 as a freshman. I’m currently a junior studying Communications with a minor in Digital Marketing. Panhellenic gave me a home away from home, the most amazing friends, and countless opportunities to grow as an individual and leader! My favorite Greek memory is being on the other side of primary recruitment and talking with all the incoming students and potential new members!
Vice President of Finance & Administration
Vice President of Communications
The Executive Board
The Panhellenic Executive Board is comprised of 7 women elected by the Nominating Committee comprised of the 6 member chapters. Elections are held each fall semester, with each Executive Board’s term lasting one calendar year.
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Executive Vice President
Asst. Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life
Elaine Jahnsen joined the Student Involvement staff at FAU in January 2014 as the Assistant Director for Fraternity & Sorority Life overseeing the College Panhellenic Association and Interfraternity Council. She is a member of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA), Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors (AFA), and serves as a Province President for her Greek organization, Zeta Tau Alpha.
Vice President of
I joined the Panhellenic community in the Fall of 2016 as a freshman. Greek life has given me the opportunities to grow as a leader and find sisters that became lifelong friends. I have found women within the Panhellenic community who support me through anything and are my second home. I’m currently a junior studying nursing in hopes to become a pediatric nurse! This community of women gave me the strength to rise to my potential and it will help you find yours. If you ever have any questions feel free to reach out to me!
I ran home in the Fall of 2016 when I was a freshman. I am currently studying Marketing with a minor in Hospitality and Tourism Management. My favorite memory of being in Greek life was last year when I ran home again after being a Rho Gamma and was tackled by my sisters. Panhellenic has opened so many doors for me and given me friendships that I'll cherish forever. Going Greek is the best decision I've made!
I ran home to my organization and joined the Panhellenic community in the Fall of 2017 as a freshman. I am currently a sophomore studying Elementary Education. My favorite memory in Greek Life has been attending fun events, sisterhoods, and socials where I've bonded with sisters as well as met new people in the community. Greek Life has helped me grow into a more confident woman and become a stronger leader personally and within the community. I strongly encourage women to join this community to find themselves and meet people who will be their friends for life.
I ran home to the Panhellenic community as a freshman in Fall of 2017, and I am currently a sophomore studying Criminal Justice with a minor in Computer Programming. Panhellenic has awarded me with my most significant role models as well as a multitude of life long friends. My favorite memory is traveling to AFLV, a leadership conference located in Indianapolis, for five days with my executive team and running through the airport to catch our flight home. The greek community has granted me the opportunity to grow as an individual and develop into the leader I could never have imagined.