Our Panhellenic Council is comprised of about eighty women. There are three representatives from each sorority: the chapter President, the voting Delegate, and the Junior Panhellenic Delegate. They represent their sororities as we interact as a Panhellenic Council. Each sorority works closely with its National Panhellenic Delegate to ensure that we act within the boundaries of our sorority bylaws as well as National Panhellenic Conference policy. There is also a cabinet of around twenty sorority women who coordinate the various Panhellenic projects and efforts we participate in. They are chosen in November by an application and interview process. The outgoing and incoming Panhellenic executive officers make those selections. At the same time cabinet members are chosen, we also select eight women to serve in recruitment-related positions on the Recruitment Executive Board. The Panhellenic Council is led by the Panhellenic Executive Board, which is a five member team chosen by an application and interview process by the outgoing Panhellenic council through votes from their chapter delegates. We meet as a council on alternating Tuesdays when classes are in session. On the Tuesdays that we do not meet as a council, we meet in our small groups (cabinet together, delegates together…) to have discussions that don’t relate to the whole group.
2019 Panhellenic Executive Officers
Morgan Maddox is the 2019 Panhellenic President. Morgan is a junior from Birmingham, Alabama, majoring in History and German. She is involved with Auburn University’s Dance Marathon raising money forChildren’s Miracle Network Hospital in Columbus, Georgia as well as previously serving as her chapters Junior Panhellenic Delegate and Panhellenic Delegate. As Panhellenic President, she will lead the 90-member Panhellenic Council by collaborating with our eighteen, chapter presidents and Panhellenic executive board. Morgan would encourage each PNM to find a home that treasures you for who are as an individual. Find the girls who encourage you to chase your dreams, no matter how big or small! And not to forget to wear comfortable shoes! She is so excited to serve Panhellenic because it has given her the confidence to be a leader and many wonderful strong, women to serve alongside with. Panhellenic has been very impactful in her life by giving her many wonderful role models and some of her closest friends. She cannot wait to work with each of the sorority presidents and Panhellenic council and continue to watch them grow as leaders!
Madison Wright is the 2019 Panhellenic Administrative Vice President. Madison is a junior from Mobile, Alabama, majoring in Microbiology with a minor in French. She is involved with Auburn for Water, which is an on-campus organization dedicated to spreading awareness about the international Water Crisis. She previously served as Panhellenic’s Director of Spiritual Life. As Panhellenic Administrative Vice President, she will be a member of the Panhellenic Executive Board and will coordinate the Panhellenic Cabinet, which works on projects such as Miss Panhellenic, Greek Sing, and Convocation as well as works with liaison positions to other offices on campus. One piece of advice she would give to a potential new member would be to trust the process! It is hard to get a true impression of each sorority in the short amount of time you spend with them, but everyone you meet just wants the best for you! You really end up where you’re supposed to because everyone is working so hard to make this the best week for everyone! She is excited to get to know more women in our Panhellenic community and to be a part of the bigger picture of Panhellenic aside from just being involved in her own sorority.
Lyndsey Davis is the 2019 Panhellenic Vice President for Recruitment. Lyndsey is a junior from Sylacauga, Alabama, majoring in Information Systems Management and minoring in Economics. She is involved with Project Uplift mentoring the sweetest 7-year-old boy and a member of Rho Lambda. She is the outgoing Assistant Recruitment Computer Analyst for the Recruitment Executive Board and has served as her chapter’s Panhellenic Delegate and Junior Panhellenic Delegate. In her position, will work with all 18 of the Recruitment Chairs from each sorority and plan various aspects of Recruitment, as well as select and train the Recruitment Counselors known as “Pi Chis” and the eight-member Recruitment Executive Board team. Lyndsey’s advice to a potential new member is to go into the process with an open mind because this is such a great opportunity to learn about what all of the 18 sororities have to offer. Also, just enjoy the Recruitment process because it will go by so quickly. Lastly, be yourself and let your personality shine. She is excited to serve on Panhellenic Executive Board because this organization has already taught her so much and led to so many opportunities. She cannot wait to welcome in the potential new members and help them have the best experience possible with Recruitment.
Wynne Briggs is the 2019 Panhellenic Executive Vice President. Wynne is a junior from Nashville, Tennessee majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies with emphases in Biochemistry, Spanish, and Marketing with a minor in Nonprofit Studies. Last year, she served as her Chapter’s Panhellenic Delegate and gained a passion for Greek Life as a whole. She has been involved with Storybook Farm since freshman year and she works closely with Cru on campus. In her position, Wynne will work closely with the eighteen Panhellenic delegates, which act as liaisons between their individual chapters and Panhellenic. The Delegates are also responsible for casting votes on Panhellenic Council matters. She will record and distribute minutes and other information relevant to Panhellenic Council. Wynne would advise potential new members to be themselves, make new friendships and enjoy and the week of recruitment! She is excited to serve on the Panhellenic Executive Board because she wants to have the opportunity to mentor a group of women and give them a similar experience to the one she has had as a Panhellenic woman.
Rachel Strength is the 2019 Panhellenic Vice President for Finance. Rachel is a junior from Birmingham, Alabama majoring in Accounting with a minor in Information Systems Management. She is the outgoing Treasurer for her chapter and has also been involved in IMPACT, Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, and Beta Alpha Psi. In her position she handles the finances of Auburn Panhellenic. This includes coordinating the budgets of all Panhellenic events such as Greek Sing, Miss Panhellenic, and Recruitment. She will also work closely with the treasurers of each chapter and assist them as needed. Rachel would tell potential members to become friends with their Pi Chi and Pi Chi group because they will become some of the first friends you have at Auburn! Rachel is excited to serve on the Executive Board and ensure that Panhellenic’s money is in good hands!
Last modified: March 25, 2019