Panhellenic Executive Board
The Panhellenic Executive Board is comprised of 10 women from the chapters on campus who meet weekly to discuss specific chapter information as well as happenings within the Greek and Towson communities. Through a yearly rotation, each chapter on campus is able to be a part of this governing body. The officers of the board play an integral role in the functioning of Towson's Greek Life and are committed to the principles and values of their own chapters as well as the those of the NPC.
Vice President of Operations
Vice President of Recruitment
Director of Recruitment Counseling
Director of Programming
Director of Finance
Director of Public Relations and Judicial Affairs
Kathleen von Stein
The President provides the executive board with the resources and support necessary for them to fulfill their responsibilities. It is her job to work directly with the other councils and organizations on campus, as well as the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life staff, University Administration, and officials in the Towson community. She assists in programming events, coordinating activities, facilitating communication, handling judicial affairs and acting as a resource for the men and women of the Greek Community.
The Vice President of operations is responsible for all Panhellenic-sponsored events on campus. This includes making sure each chapter has organized, timely and well-attended events. She then relays all of the details surrounding each event to the sororities. She is also in charge of keeping an up to date calendar of all events. She is responsible for developing goals and monitoring the progress of the fundraising amount for Circle of Sisterhood.
The VP of Recruitment is responsible for helping all Panhellenic chapters with informal recruitment, planning expos throughout the year, and planning formal recruitment in the spring. Throughout formal recruitment she handles any issues, works with all the chapters to help their events run smoothly, and strives to make it an easy an memorable experience for the potential new members to Panhellenic.
The Director of Recruitment Counseling oversees and directs the process of choosing and working with Recruitment Counselors. She is also heavily involved in all recruitment for Greek Life throughout the year and assists in decision making for Greek events.
The Programming Coordinator's job is to plan Homecoming and Greek Week. When not working on that she helps to coordinate cosponsored events with various organizations on campus, as well as Greek-wide philanthropic events.
The treasurer's duties are to make sure finances for the Panhellenic Association are in order. This includes many tasks such as collecting Panhellenic dues from the chapters, assessing fines to chapters when necessary, and taking care of Panhellenic's philanthropy donations.
The academic chair helps the Panhellenic community achieve their scholarly goals. She meets regularly with academic chairs from each chapter, brainstorming ways to keep our academic success high!
The secretary is responsible for the organization of Panhellenic meetings. She records the weekly minutes, takes attendance and is in communication with each chapter's Panhellenic delegates. She also coordinates all room reservations through Event and Conference Services (ECS).
The Director of Public Relations and Marketing handles the social media presence of the Panhellenic Association on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat and any other official media accounts. She also maintains the website. She creates fliers and communications made on behalf of the Panhellenic Council and executive board. She also sits on the Panhellenic Judiciary Board. As the Director of Judicial Affairs, she is in charge of holding the chapters accountable according to the Panhellenic guidelines.
The diversity chair's duties are fluid depending on the current needs of the Towson Greek community regarding the appreciation of diversity. She is responsible for fostering positive relationships with different cultural organizations, acting as a liason for the Center for Student Diversity, as well as helping in the development of programs related to understanding diversity and cultural competency.