The Panhellenic Executive Board is comprised of 8 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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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.
I am proud to serve as the 2020 Panhellenic Council President. I'm currently a junior studying Elementary Education. I joined the Panhellenic community in fall of 2017. It was the best decision I've made in my college career. Greek life has given me incredible opportunities, valuable life skills, memorable experiences, and friendships that will last a lifetime. Being in a sorority is surrounding yourself with like minded individuals who will support you through everything. If you have any questions about the Greek life experience or Panhellenic please contact me! Go Owls, Go Greek!
Executive Vice President
I ran home in Fall of 2017 as an out-of-state freshman. I am an Exercise Science and Health Promotion major and I plan on becoming a health sciences professor. Joining a sorority has helped me to realize my potential and has given me so many amazing experiences with other women in the Panhellenic community. My favorite aspect of Greek life is participating in philanthropy events that help raise money and awareness for many different causes. Being a part of the Panhellenic community has made me a great student, philanthropist, leader, and friend.
Vice President of Recruitment
I joined the Panhellenic community in the fall of 2017 as a freshman. I have not only found my best friends within the community, but in Greek life as a whole. This community has given me so many opportunities whether it is to give back to philanthropies or amazing leadership positions. I am currently majoring in elementary education in hopes to become a Kindergarten teacher. This community has helped push me to my highest potential and will help you to find yours. If you have any questions feel free to reach out to me!
Vice President of Philanthropy
I became a member in the Panhellenic Community when I ran home in fall of 2019, and ever since my college experience has been so amazing. I met so many women who push me to be the best version of myself and created lifelong friendships. Now as a senior, I understand what it means to be a better leader, student, and friend. Greek life has allowed me to find my forever home and I'm sure it will do the same for you!
Vice President of Communications
I ran home in the Fall of 2017 when I was a freshman. I am majoring in Social Work with a minor in Communication Studies. My favorite memory of being in Greek life was all the travel memories I have made with my sisters, and my first bid day as an initiated sister. Panhellenic has opened so many doors for me and given me friendships that I'll cherish forever. I am a better sister, leader, and student because of Panhellenic. Going Greek is the best decision I've ever made and I hope it will be the same for you!
Vice President of Finance & Administration
I joined the Panhellenic community in fall of 2018 as a sophomore. Joining a sorority has given me the opportunity to find forever friends and help me grow as a leader. I've connected with women through Panhellenic who have helped me through so much and have shown me the true definition of friendship. I am currently a junior studying communications hoping to go into event and wedding planning! Joining Panhellenic has been the best decision for me and I hope you will feel the same way!
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Health & Wellness
I ran home in the fall of 2017 as a freshman. I am studying health science with a minor in healthcare administration. My favorite memory of being in greek life was running home to my sisters a second time after being a Rho Gamma. The Panhellenic community has helped me grow as a leader and given me my best friends.