The Panhellenic Executive Council at Texas Christian University is the coordinating body of the 13 National Panhellenic Conference sororities on campus.
Panhellenic Executive Council members are current sorority members whose goal is to make our campus stronger through creating positive change within the Greek community.
Panhellenic strengthens the Greek community and is responsible for promoting scholarship, philanthropy, and unity throughout the 13 sororities. Panhellenic provides activities and programs during the year for Panhellenic college women.
Fontana is a junior Strategic Communication major from Fontana, Wisconsin. She loves cartwheels, Melt ice cream, the color blue, and most importantly, TCU. Fontana's third favorite TV show is Parks and Rec. As president, Fontana oversees all Panhellenic operations to ensure that they are carried out effectively and efficiently, for the greatest benefit of the community. She communicates with TCU’s four other Greek councils, the university administration and the National Panhellenic Council. She also works closely with the chapter presidents, and presides over all of the council and executive council meetings.
Office hours: Wednesdays 3:45-4:45 pm and Fridays 11:30 am-12:30 pm
Claire Simpson is a junior Speech Language Pathology major with a minor in Child Development from Atlanta, Georgia. Some of her favorite things are spin classes, tacos, and the show criminal minds! As VP of Management, Claire serves as the parliamentarian, and is mainly responsible for all things bylaw-related. she keeps everyone on track and is in charge of election processes.
Office hours: Wednesdays 1:00-3:00 pm
Alexis is a junior Speech Language Pathology major and Psychology minor from Colleyville, Tx. She loves coffee, traveling, and watching football while eating gluten-free pasta! Alexis handles everything dealing with the ins and outs of recruitment and works very closely with the chapter's recruitment chairs.
Office hours: Tuesdays 2:00-4:00 pm
Brittney is a junior Marketing major from Keller, Texas. She can be found watching This is Us, going on long walks, and spending time with family and friends. As VP of Finance, Brittney's main duties are to take the attendance and minutes for council meetings and handle all finances!
Office hours: Mondays 10:00 am-12:00 pm
Kat is a sophomore Communication Major with a Business minor from San Diego, California. She loves dogs (specifically corgis), spending time adventuring in nature, and her favorite type of food is Mexican food. Kat works with the scholarship chairs of each chapter to promote the ideals of academic success within the Panhellenic community. She also coordinates leadership opportunities, recognizes outstanding scholastic members, and coordinates all Panhellenic scholarship programming. She is also responsible for organizing the various Panhellenic programs that reflect the ideals of the community.
Office hours: Tuesdays 3:00-5:00 pm
Jayne is a junior Movement Science major from the Chicago area. She can most likely be found watching How I Met Your Mother for the umpteenth time. As the VP of PR, she serves as the liaison between the campus Panhellenic chapters, the Panhellenic Council, local media, and businesses within the community. Her main goal is to promote the Panhellenic community at TCU. She is in charge of maintaining TCU Panhellenic social media, creating PR merchandise, and overseeing recruitment materials such as the booklet and shirts.
Office hours: Mondays 1:15-3:15 pm
Suzanna is a junior Biology major from Jackson, Tennessee. She loves Mexican food, the Memphis Grizzlies, and going to the movies! As VP of Service and Philanthropy, Suzanna helps get chapter philanthropy packets approved, oversees the TCU chapter of Circle of Sisterhood, and plans and organizes for the next trek!
Office hours: Wednesdays 10:00 am-12:00 pm
Audrey is a junior Nursing major from Austin, Texas. She loves to be with people, explore Fort Worth, be outside, and roller blade. She is passionate about KLIFE and social justice. As VP of Recruitment Programming, Audrey oversees all things Rho Gamma. This includes the selection process, training, and equipping the Rho Gammas to lead and serve the PNMs well. She is also heavily involved in the formal recruitment process and helps to ensure that it runs smoothly.
Office hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 8:00-9:00 am
The Panhellenic Council is the governing body of the Panhellenic Association at TCU. They meet every Wednesday at 5 PM to discuss issues facing the Panhellenic community and share what each chapter is currently working on. The Panhellenic Council is made up of the Executive Council members and two representatives from each chapter including the Panhellenic Delegate and Associate Panhellenic Delegate.
Brooke received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Ballet and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Texas Christian University. She also has a Master of Arts degree in Clinical/Counseling Psychology from Midwestern State University. Brooke has been working at TCU since 2006 and previously served as an Assistant Dean of Campus Life where her primary responsibilities were student concerns, crises, and individual discipline incidents. As a Panhellenic woman, she believes in the importance of the fraternal experience and is passionate about sharing that experience. Brooke looks forward to working closely with the Fraternity and Sorority community at TCU and is confident that the community will accomplish great things together.
Gaius earned his B.B.A. in Management Information Systems and Masters in Human Relations from the University of Oklahoma. Looking back on his experience, his journey into higher education seems like a natural fit since his work in Student Affairs began his second year as an undergraduate in college. He is a proud member of Omega Delta Phi Fraternity Inc., Xi Chapter, Spring 1998. August 2016 will mark the beginning of Gaius’ twelfth year of service to TCU. He’s a certified mediator, photographer, and the 2014 St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Up ‘til Dawn Advisor of the Year. Gaius serves as the Multicultural Greek Council, Independent Greek Council, Collaborative Greek Alliance and Up ’til Dawn advisor. He also oversees programmatic and leadership initiatives in the office.
Devin is an alumna of the University of Arizona where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. She felt such support and connection through her Panhellenic experience that she decided to pursue a Master of Arts degree in Higher Education Leadership. While completing her Masters degree at the University of San Diego, Devin worked as the Interfraternity Council Advisor. She also advised 4 chapters and aided in the establishment of 2 new fraternities and 1 sorority on campus. Devin started as the Panhellenic Advisor in 2015 and has loved her experience working with a community that is as high achieving, polished, and values-centered as the Panhellenic women are here at TCU. Devin prides herself on being an available resource for our students offering holistic support for their college and sorority experience. She is a true believer in the fraternity and sorority experience and is a vigilant advocate for the power it has to build better men and women. Devin is absolutely thrilled to serve as the advisor to the NPHC and Panhellenic Councils. She also helps oversee Fraternity and Sorority housing initiatives including the Chapter Resident Assistant (CRA) model.
Evan completed his undergraduate work at Florida Atlantic University, earning his Bachelors of Arts in Elementary Education, and received his Masters degree in Higher Education from Syracuse University. While at Syracuse University Evan worked in the office of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs, while working in that office he was the NPHC advisor and oversaw all the social events, philanthropy events, and managed the accreditation program for all 74 chapters. While at Syracuse he expanded NPHC from six organizations to nine completing the Divine Nine. Evan started working for TCU in the summer of 2015 and has loved every moment of his experience. At TCU Evan advises the NPHC and IFC councils and is also a coach for some of our chapters. With the new coaching model shift, Evan hopes to be a resource for the organizations that he advises and wants to be the students biggest champion and supporter. He is also the Hall Director for Tomlinson Hall.
Amy received her Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing from Texas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth, Texas. She has since received a Master of Liberal Arts from TCU. Amy has worked at TCU since 2012. She manages our student workers and Chapter Resident Assistants during their office hours. She also is responsible for day-to-day tasks such as roster maintenance and grade reports, but it is building relationships with her “Horned Frog kids” that she enjoys most.
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