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.

2019 Panhellenic Delegates




Meet the Delegates


Amy Lane

Chapter: Alpha Chi Omega

Majors: Kinesiology & Pre-Medical Co-Major

Minor: Art Therapy

Hometown: Akron, OH

Why I went Greek: "I went Greek because I wanted to create a bond with a group of people that would last beyond college. I also wanted to make a big campus seem smaller and create more friendships."



Casey Keller

Chapter: Alpha Delta Pi

Majors: Early Childhood Education Combined BA/MA Program with 4/5 Endorsement and TELLs Endorsement

Hometown: Powell, OH 

Why I went Greek: "I went Greek because of the genuine connections I knew I would find, as well as the potential to make a difference on Miami’s campus through Philanthropy and leadership opportunities!"


Hannah Zmuda

Chapter: Alpha Epsilon Phi

Major: History

Minor: Museums and Society

Hometown: Oxford, OH

Why I went Greek: "I went Greek because I wanted a chance to make lasting and meaningful friendships while at college. I also wanted to be apart of something that could make a positive impact on the Oxford community (and the world more broadly)"


Hannah Johns

Chapter: Alpha Omicron Pi

Major: Speech Pathology

Minor: Special Education

Hometown: Omaha, NE

Why I went Greek: "I went Greek because I wanted to join a strong sisterhood and find friends that would last a lifetime and ones I knew I could always count on. I also wanted to get more involved in the community through service and volunteering and I knew a sorority would give me friends to do these things with"



Hannah Caldwell

Chapter: Alpha Phi

Major: Psychology

Hometown: Arlington, OH

Why I went Greek: "I went Greek because I don't have any sisters and knew I wanted to!"


Cat Singerman

Chapter: Alpha Xi Delta

Major: Inclusive Special Education

Minor: Theater Arts & Fashion

Hometown: Cincinnati, OH

Why I went Greek: "I went Greek to find life long friends and support an amazing cause!"



Lydia Yamashiro

Chapter: Chi Omega

Major: Biochemistry & Pre-Medical

Minor: Geography

Hometown: Liberty, IN

Why I went Greek: "I went Greek because I wanted to be a part of and contribute to something bigger than myself and I stayed Greek because I was deeply inspired by those around me."


Colleen Baldrey

Chapter: Delta Delta Delta

Majors: Strategic Communication & Political Science

Hometown: Kirtland, OH

Why I went Greek: "I went greek to find my best friends and to have an opportunity to get involved in a community willing to promote different philanthropic efforts."



Caroline Mashburn

Chapter: Delta Gamma

Major: Finance

Minors: Chinese & Spanish

Hometown: Hingham, MA

Why I went Greek: "I wanted to go Greek to make Miami’s campus feel smaller and to find a core group of friends to spend time with."


Amy Holbrook

Chapter: Delta Zeta

Major: Sports Leadership and Management

Minor: Art History

Hometown: Lexington, KY

Why I went Greek: "I went greek be in involved in something larger than myself, to be able to be in a leadership position of an organization I believe in, and to follow in the footsteps of many women in my family who also went greek. I also went greek to find a home with girls who are supportive, fun-loving, and unapologetically themselves and luckily I found that within Delta Zeta."


Grace Murphy

Chapter: Gamma Phi Beta

Major: Geography & Sustainable Development

Hometown: Hudson, OH

Why I went Greek: "I went Greek to find a group of girls who would constantly push me to be my best self while having tons of fun along the way!"


Avery DeLong

Chapter: Kappa Alpha Theta

Majors: Biology & Pre-Medical Co-Major

Minors: Spanish & Neuroscience

Hometown: Circleville, OH

Why I went Greek: "I went Greek to build strong friendships and find ways to give back to the Oxford community."


Meghan Doheny

Chapter: Kappa Delta

Majors: Marketing

Hometown: Barrington, IL

Why I went Greek: "I went Greek to become more involved around campus and to find a close-knit friend group I know I can always rely on."


Emily Sanford

Chapter: Kappa Kappa Gamma

Majors: Strategic Communication & English Literature

Minor: Marketing

Hometown: Lewis Center, OH

Why I went Greek: "I went Greek because I knew I wanted to spend my college years surrounded by intelligent, genuine and strong women who make me feel at home while away at college and going Greek has allowed me that and so much more, including the honor of holding this delegate position for the Panhellenic Community!"


Rylee Zappitelli

Chapter: Phi Mu

Major: Marketing

Minor: Supply Chain Management

Hometown: Cleveland, OH

Why I went Greek: "I went greek to be a part of something bigger than myself. Joining Greek life, helped me to find my place at Miami and form amazing, long-lasting friendships. After joining, the campus felt so much smaller and like home!"


Katie Achevich

Chapter: Phi Sigma Sigma

Majors: Psychology & Neuroscience Co-Major

Hometown: Columbus, OH

Why I went Greek: "I went Greek because I wanted to find a sisterhood of supporting women and leadership opportunities."

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Emma Buck

Chapter: Sigma Lamda Gamma

Majors: Biological Science & German

Hometown: Dayton, OH

Why I went Greek: "I went Greek to find a group of diverse friends that I knew I would be able to count on. I wanted to have fun in a safe and friendly environment, and to find sisters I could celebrate life with in college and beyond."



Anna Berger

Chapter: Zeta Tau Alpha

Major: Human Capital Management & Leadership

Minor: Community Based Leadership

Hometown: Hudson, OH

Why I went Greek: "I went Greek because I was looking for a group of girls who I could be 100% myself with, would give me unconditional love, & endless support--and that is exactly what I found in my chapter!!"