Panhellenic Delegates

A delegate's role is...

The Panhellenic delegates serve as the primary liaison between our chapters and the Panhellenic Executive Board, providing insight and feedback to help better the Panhellenic Association at Miami University. Delegates represent their chapters by attending weekly council meetings, serving on various committees and voting on anything related to the Panhellenic community as a whole, from voting on the yearly budget to selecting each year's Panhellenic executive board.

How are the delegates involved in Panhellenic elections? 

At Miami University, the Panhellenic executive board is elected each fall to serve during the upcoming calendar year.


Active sorority women from any PA chapter, including associate member chapters, complete a written application, which is reviewed by the current Panhellenic executive board, chapter presidents and Panhellenic delegates. They select a group of women to be interviewed by the current position holder and presidents/delegates from various chapters. The top candidates are then invited to give a speech to and take questions from all delegates and presidents. Finally, the delegates and presidents analyze the slate of candidates and the delegates vote on the next Panhellenic executive board in the slating order outlined in our Panhellenic constitution and bylaws.

Meet the Delegates
(more info to come!)

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Angela Proia

Chapter: Alpha Chi Omega

Year in School: Sophomore

Major: Supply Chain Management, minor in Sociology

Hometown: Youngstown, OH

Why I went Greek: "I went Greek to meet new people and be a part of something that will help me grow in so many different aspects of life."


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Kathryn Mierzejewski


Chapter: Alpha Delta Pi

Year in School: Sophomore

Major: Psychology and Neuroscience

Hometown: Worthington, OH

Why I went Greek: "I went Greek so that I could find a chapter of girls that would help Miami’s campus to feel like home for me. Not only have I found those strong connections within my own sorority, but I have also found that community within Panhellenic as a whole."

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Alice Hartman


Chapter: Alpha Epsilon Phi

Year in School: Sophomore

Majors: Psychology and Social Work Major

Hometown: Columbus, OH

Why I went Greek: " joined a sorority because I wanted to find a group of people on campus that I can connect with. I joined this specific sorority because they are a smaller group of girls that I can connect with easier than a larger sorority."


Maddy Buchheit

Chapter: Alpha Omicron Pi

Year in School: Sophomore

Major: Middle Childhood Education

Hometown: West Chester, OH

Why I went Greek:  "I went Greek because I wanted to be a part of something bigger than myself. The Greek community has helped me form so many amazing friendships and has fostered a community of love and support."



Flynn McClellan


Chapter: Alpha Phi

Year in School: Sophomore

Majors: Political Science & Spanish

Hometown: Lake Forest, IL

Why I went Greek: "I went Greek because I wanted to join a band of sisters that would support me not only in my college years, but throughout my life. Growing up, my dad would entertain stories and share memories from his fraternity, so I knew this was a community I wanted to get involved in."


Hayley Luhring


Chapter: Alpha Xi Delta

Year in School: Sophomore

Major: Business Economics

Hometown: Tiffin, OH

Why I went Greek: "I went Greek to find lifelong connections with girls who had the same passions as me, and I also wanted to be a part of something bigger. I remember growing up watching my older sister find some of her closest friends and amazing opportunities in her own sorority and I wanted that more than anything!"


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Claudia Erne

Chapter: Chi Omega

Year in School: Sophomore

Major: Psychology & Media and Communication

Hometown: Birmingham, MI

Why I went Greek:  "I went Greek because I was eager to be part of a sisterhood full of women who endlessly support one another, and I found that in the Greek community at Miami. I will be forever thankful to this community for allowing me to flourish as an individual and cultivate friendships that I know will last a lifetime."


Julia Crowley


Chapter: Delta Delta Delta

Year in School: Sophomore

Majors: Marketing (minor in Arts Management)

Hometown: Brighton, MI

Why I went Greek: "I have known since high school that I wanted to go Greek. This was because I attended an all-girls high school and all of the girls in my graduating class acting as if we were our own little sorority. I felt as though I really had a community and a strong group of women I could turn to and rely on if I needed anything. Finding more friends like this was definitely a priority of mine when coming to college. Along with this, because of the great experiences I had heard others have with their Greek organizations, including my mother, my cousins, older friends of mine, and even my brother, and father, I knew I would be able to find the community and home I was looking for through a sorority. I can no doubt say that I have found this through Tri Delta and I am so glad that I am able to give back to the chapter through the delegate position and expand my knowledge of the other incredible Greek organizations on campus."

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MJ Stilphen


Chapter: Delta Gamma

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Chapter: Delta Zeta

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Mallory Lyell


Chapter: Gamma Phi Beta

Year in School: Sophomore

Major: Middle Childhood Education

Hometown: Columbus, OH

Why I went Greek: "I went Greek to find friendships and a support group I can grow and make memories with here in college. I wanted to be apart of a strong sisterhood and I found that in the Panhellenic Community."


Madison Miller


Chapter: Kappa Alpha Theta

Year in School: Sophomore

Majors: Biology and Pre-Medical Studies

Hometown: Columbus, OH

Why I went Greek: "To build friendships that will last for life!"

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Elaine Soska


Chapter: Kappa Delta

Year in School:  Junior

Major: Middle Childhood Education 

Hometown: Columbus, OH

Why I went Greek: " I went greek because I loved the idea of having a sisterhood of women who support and encourage each other throughout our college years! I also have two older sisters who are some of my best friends, and they remind me every day of the joy of sisterhood and friendship and I am so thankful to have found that here on campus as well through the Panhellenic community! "



Lauren Simon


Chapter: Kappa Kappa Gamma

Year in School: Sophomore

Major: Pre-Law

Hometown: Louisville, OH

Why I went Greek: "To find a supportive group of women who I could grow and make memories with during my time at Miami and long after we graduate. Greek life has given me that, and so much more, and I am forever grateful for my sisters in Kappa."

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Molly Kock

Chapter: Phi Mu

Year in School: Sophomore

Major: Middle Childhood Education

Hometown: Cincinnati, OH

Why I went Greek: "I went Greek because of the many positive things I heard about Miami's Panhellenic Community. I wanted to find my people within a sorority so I decided to go through recruitment during my first year. It was one of the best decisions I made in college. I have been wrapped up in support by my sorority and the Panhellenic Community."


Rylie Hildebrand


Chapter: Phi Sigma Sigma

Year in School: Sophomore

Major: Chemical Engineering

Hometown: Ashland, OH

Why I went Greek: "I went Greek to not only expand my friend circle but to get involved on campus. I wanted a close-knit group of girls that would push and support me in everything I do. I do think the Greek community is powerful with the overall connection you have and are able to make with other chapters."

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Charley Denny


Chapter: Zeta Tau Alpha

Year in School: Sophomore

Major: Human Capital Management and Leadership/Business Analytics

Hometown: Charlotte, NC

Why I went Greek: "To meet the women who make me feel like my best self! I have found my best friends, my sisters, and my future bridesmaids. These women are authentic, genuine, and so much fun. Panhellenic Recruitment has made me a more confident and hardworking leader, and I attribute that to the incredible sisters I have gained in ZTA!"