Panhellenic Executive Board

The Panhellenic Executive Board is made up of seven women from different chapters in the Panhellenic community. In partnership with two representatives from every chapter, they form the Panhellenic Council which serves as the governing body for Carnegie Mellon's community. Officers of the Panhellenic Executive Board work closely with the leadership of individual chapters to improve Greek Life. Some of their responsibilities include running weekly Council meetings, hosting Formal Membership Recruitment, and organizing the continued education of sorority women on our campus. Additionally, they coordinate events internally with all Panhellenic sororities or externally with the Interfraternity Council (IFC), the Multicultural Greek Council (MGC), as well as other organizations on campus. 

For this upcoming recruitment, the Executive Board will train and direct the Recruitment Counselors, and also put together the Pre-Recruitment and Recruitment schedules from Orientation through Bid Night. These women are disaffiliated like the Recruitment Counselors, which allows them to be completely unbiased and help you find your future sisters!


President - Tiffney Kathir


Year: Senior

Major: Chemical Engineering

Summer: Internship at Blue Apron

Favorite Greek Life Memory: "Planning All-Greek Banquet and then getting to celebrate our community's accomplishments of the entire year with all the Greek Councils!"




VP Community Standards - Minnie Wu


Year: Junior

Major: Information Systems, Human Computer Interaction

Summer: Research at the Center of Machine Learning and Health at Carnegie Mellon

Fun Fact: "I baked 300 macarons and 300 mini cheesecakes for my high school graduation class on the last day of school."

Favorite Greek Life Memory: "Spending hours painting and crafting for booth with my sisters and watching all my RC babies join their chapters for their first time on bid day last year!


VP Recruitment - Nadia Razek


Year: Junior

Major: Applied and Computational Mathematics, Human Computer Interaction

Summer: Interning at Google in Cambridge

Fun Fact: "I don't eat foods with mixed textures! So no salads, sandwiches, soups, etc."

Favorite Greek Life Memory: "Jumping of the stage after being an RC and reaffiliating with my chapter!"


Assistant VP Recruitment - Shivani Goel

Year: Senior

Major: Decision Science and Statistics and a Minor in Business

Summer: Interning in D.C. with American Institutes for Research

Fun Fact: "I moved around to 4 different countries by the time I was 3."

Favorite Greek Life Memory: "Bid Day 2016 when I jumped off the stage after being an RC."


VP Membership Development - Alison Hoffman

Year: Senior

Major: Decision Science, Ethics, History, and Public Policy, Learning Media Design

Summer: Working in Pittsburgh

Fun Fact: "I could drive a boat before I could drive a car."

Favorite Greek Life Memory: "All of the late night heart-to-hearts and spontaneous dance parties with my sisters."



VP Community Programming - Jessica Kwon


Year: Junior

Major: Psychology, Human Computer Interaction

Summer: Working at a startup in Seoul

Fun Fact: "I have had more than 5 different kinds of pets."

Favorite Greek Life Memory: "My second bid night as a recruitment counselor! Running back into the arms of my sisters was an amazing feeling."


VP Communications and Finance - Emma Molitor


Year: Junior

Major: Chemical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering

Summer: Chemical Engineering Research at CMU

Fun Fact: "I have read each Harry Potter a minimum of 10 times, probably 15-20."

Favorite Greek Life Memory: "Bid night reveal as an RC!"