Our Executive Board members are made up of smart, caring, creative leaders who have created a special bond with the the Panhellenic community as a whole and of course, each other. Learn a little bit about each board member below, and keep browsing through the rest of our site to learn more about who we are and what we stand for.



Anika Bhavnani

Hi! My name is Anika and I am a junior majoring in Public Relations and minoring in marketing, advertising and religion. As the President of the Panhellenic Association, my main goal is to create a greater sense of Panhellenic sisterhood. I am looking forward to creating new events and implementing new ideas to only help create a closer community, but to encourage more people to go Greek. I am extremely excited to work with the Dean’s and the rest of the Panhellenic Executive Board to listen to what people want, and doing whatever it takes to make it happen. I am extremely excited for the next year, and the big things our Executive Board will make happen!



Arianna Amato

Hey! My name is Arianna Amato and I am a sophomore pursuing a major in Legal Studies along with minors in History, Political Science, and Sports Administration. As the Vice President of Administration for UM’s Panhellenic Association, one of my most significant goals for the upcoming term is to manifesta greater understanding of the bylaws that connect all six of our chapters here at the U. I hope to strengthen the bonds amongst each member of the Greek community by not just tolerating but rather encouraging the term of “Panhell Love,” both in theory and in practice. In going Greek, I managed to discover the best parts of myself and the powerful sisters that surround me everyday and I hope that during my time on Exec I can help other women do the same!



Cristina Kontogiannis

Hi everyone, my name is Cristina Kontogiannis! I’m currently a junior majoring in Microbiology/Immunology and the 2020 Vice President of Programming. After serving as a recruitment counselor last year, I knew I wanted to take on a greater role in the Panhellenic Association. In this position, I hope to further strengthen the Panhellenic community, provide fun opportunities to bond with women in other chapters, and to leave a lasting impact at the U. Going Greek has given me the opportunity to broaden my horizons- introducing me to so many amazing opportunities, people, and experiences. I hope to inspire the Panhellenic community to continue to grow and connect!



Sarah Carraher

Hi! I’m Sarah and I am a Junior majoring in Public Relations with minors in Sociology and Public health at U Miami.  As the VP of recruitment it is my goal to have every girl find her home in the Greek community at UM and take full advantage of all the amazing opportunities it has to offer! My own sorority has been the most defining part of college, it’s allowed me to make lifelong friendships as well as hold leadership positions and get involved in meaningful philanthropies. I hope to encourage and assist girls in finding the same kind of self growth and happiness that I’ve found in the Panhellenic community!



Giselle Spicer

Hi! I'm Giselle and I'm a Public Relations major with minors in Music Business and Film. I'm so excited to join this Executive Board as VP of Communications and showcase the incredible Panhellenic sisters we have on campus as well as the sisterhoods that connect us all. Going Greek has made me the woman I am today and I can't wait to help other girls find their homes too! #PLAM



Leah Harper

Hey! I’m Leah Harper and I am a sophomore double majoring in Computer Science and Mathematics. Going Greek has given me so many incredible experiences and lifelong friendships. After being a Panhellenic Director last year, I wanted to take on a larger role in the Panhellenic Association. I am excited to represent and give back to all of the chapters in the Panhellenic Association at UM through my role as VP Finance!



Emily Race

Hi guys! I’m a junior and am majoring in English Literature. I wanted to be VP records because I wanted to make a difference in a broader sense than just my chapter and contribute to bringing all the chapters closer together. Being able to write our newsletter and hear firsthand about all the amazing things the women of UM Panhellenic are accomplishing is amazing and so rewarding. My favorite thing about going Greek was that it made campus feel so much smaller. Everywhere I go, someone stops me to say hi or ask how I’m doing, and i always have a friend in my classes.



Sarah Fell

Hi! My name is Sarah and I am a junior double majoring in International Studies and Public Administration with minors in Business Law and Philosophy. As Vice President of Service and Philanthropy I assist chapters in planning, executing, and promoting their philanthropy events as well as organize panhellenic-wide events that bring sisters from all chapters together to raise awareness for Circle of Sisterhood. My favorite part about being on the executive board has been meeting and working alongside women from all chapters to showcase our amazing community and making it the best it can be.



We have the privilege of being led by exceptional individuals who have demonstrated the courage and flexibility
needed to help run our Panhellenic community. Learn more about our Directors below!


Director of Community Outreach

Hi!! :) I’m Lauren Gsell from Far Hills, New Jersey. I’m a freshman majoring in Accounting and Finance and minoring in Psychology. I am so excited to serve as your 2020 Director of Community Outreach. I cannot wait to work with AGLO and UM’s other Greek Councils to help build a strong sense of community and purpose among all of UM’s student organizations!


Director of Publicity

Hey!!! My name is Kat Jenkins, I’m a freshman deciding on majoring in either Political Science PreLaw or Public Relations! I am so excited to be a part of the Panhell community as the Director of Publicity. I absolutely love supporting and lifting up women through the Panhell community, and can wait to show the love we have for each other to all students on this campus through advertising and sick designs. I can’t wait to show y’all just how passionate our community is!


Director of Publicity

Hi! My name is Jenn Rojas and I am one of the Directors of Public Relations. I am a freshman majoring in psychology and minoring in chemistry. I am so excited to be serving as one of the directors of public relations and I love getting to know everyone in Panhell and being able to help in any way I can. I feel super lucky that my job is getting to show our community the love and strong relationships we have in our Greek community and can't wait for what's to come!


Director of Diversity and Inclusivity

Hi everyone! My name is Amanda Travers and I am a sophomore from CT majoring in Marine Science and Biology. I am so excited to have this amazing opportunity to be the Director of Diversity and Inclusivity! I hope to make everyone feel comfortable and at home in not only their sororities, but also the Panhellenic community. I look forward to being able to engage members in celebrating the beautiful diversity of all our sisterhoods! A fun fact about me is that I hope to be a shark researcher in the future!


Director of Leadership & Scholarship

Hi! I’m Lina Koschik and I’m from Montclair, New Jersey! I’m a junior majoring in Marine Science and Geological Sciences with a minor in Art & Art History. I’m so excited to have the opportunity to serve as the Director of Leadership/Scholarship this year, and can’t wait to bring the Panhell community together through our shared success in academics and extracurriculars!!


Director of Social & Intersorority Activities

Hey everyone! My name is Alexandrya Kozlowski and I am from Winter Park, Florida. I am a freshman majoring in Neuroscience on the Pre-Med track with a minor in Chemistry and Spanish. I can’t wait to continue 2020 as one of your Directors of Social and Intersorority activities. I love our Panhellenic community and I am excited to serve for the rest of the year!




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