2022  Panhellenic Executive Council

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Jackie Mueller
President
Email: phapresident@fgcu.edu

Meet Jackie Mueller! She is a senior, majoring in Civil Engineering. At FGCU, she was the 2021 VP of Membership for Panhellenic! Here's a few words from Jackie about why she chose to be a part of the Panhellenic Executive Council: "Panhellenic executive board has been an amazing opportunity for me to get to know others in the FSL community and create bonds with women in other organizations. I wanted to continue that this year and I am so excited to be a leader for this Panhellenic community!"

Olivia Knowles
Vice President of Operations
Email: phavpoperations@fgcu.edu

 

Meet Olivia Knowles! She is a junior, majoring in Exercise Science with dreams of being a physical therapist for a professional sports team. Olivia has loved everything about Greek life so far here at FGCU! Here's a few words from Olivia about why she chose to be a part of the Panhellenic Executive Council: "I wanted to be a part of Panhellenic because I want to be a leader to others and guide them to be one as well. I also want to showcase women empowerment all around!"

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Patty O'Leary
Vice President of Internal Affairs
Email: phavpinternalaffairs@fgcu.edu

 

Meet Patty O'Leary! She is a senior, majoring in Communication with a PR Concentration. Patty is a was the 2020 VP of Communications for Panhellenic here at FGCU! Here's a few words from Patty about why she chose to be a part of the Panhellenic Executive Council: "I am incredibly honored to serve our beautiful community as the Vice President of Internal Affairs! I wanted to be a part of Panhellenic Exec because I want to foster meaningful relationships throughout our whole community and ensure that our standard is being upheld at all times."

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Abby Stiger
Vice President of Membership
Email: phavpmembership@fgcu.edu

 

Meet Abby Stiger! She is a senior, majoring in Business Management. Abby was a Rho Gamma for our 2021 Formal Recruitment! Abby chose Panhellenic because "last year I had the opportunity to serve as my organization's Panhellenic delegate and also was able to be a Rho Gamma. Both of these experiences opened my eyes to see that there are so many wonderful women outside of just my own organization and I wanted to be on the flip side to help strengthen our Panhellenic community!"

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Ailie Lahti
Vice President of Membership Development
Email: phavpmd@fgcu.edu

Meet Ailie Lahti! She is a junior, majoring in Theater and has loved being a part of Greek life here at FGCU! Here's a few words from Ailie about why she chose to be a part of the Panhellenic Executive Council: "I am so excited to be this year's VP of Membership Development! I really wanted to expand my leadership skills. I am also very excited to plan events that will not only bring the Panhellenic community together but all FSL organizations!"

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Sara Dobbelaire
Vice President of Internal Recruitment
Email: phainternal@fgcu.edu

Meet Sara Dobbelaire! She is a senior, majoring in Health Science and double minoring in Chemistry and Forensic Studies. At FGCU, she was a Rho Gamma during the 2021 recruitment! Sara chose Panhellenic because “I loved serving as a coach and counselor to PNMs, and I was able to form so many amazing bonds with other Panhellenic women! I am beyond excited to have the same opportunity to provide the same experience to future Rho Gammas!”

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Gianna Buckley
Vice President of Communications
Email: phavpcommunications@fgcu.edu

 

Meet Gianna Buckley! She is a junior, majoring in Exercise Science with dreams of being a strength coach and mental health counselor for Team USA athletes. She couldn't imagine her college experience without Greek life! Gianna chose Panhellenic because "I wanted to have the opportunity to help and lead others in an organization that I am so passionate about. I also want to inspire other women thinking about going through our next recruitment and help make their decision easier by showing through our social media pages just how much one can get out of being a part of a sorority on our campus."