Bowling Green State University

Executive Board

Panhellenic President

Hannah Koncelik

Year: Junior

Major: Nutrition Science

Hometown: Lake Orion, Michigan

Why Panhellenic?: I love the idea of women supporting women. I saw it in my own chapter from the start, and every day, see women grow (including me!) with sisters by their sides on Panhellenic. We're a team, and if we can encourage, empower and cheer one another on, we'll move mountains.

 

Favorite Things:Queso, Pure Barre, Iced Coffee, Gluten-Free Pizza, Sorel wedges

Vice President of Standards

Haley Weis

Year: Junior

Major: Broadcast Journalism

Hometown: Minooka, Illinois

Why Panhellenic?: I wanted to find my niche in Bowling Green and during my collegiate career. I searched for a home around campus in different organizations but found the best fit for me in the Greek community! Panhellenic is a big family of strong women who have common morals and aspirations just hoping to better themselves and the world around them! I identified with this so much and am so happy I chose to go through recruitment!

 

Favorite Panhellenic Memory: Getting my call for Vice President of Standards for CPC. Since joining a sorority, I knew I wanted to be a leader in this amazing community and am so honored to be a part of this role to better our already great Greek life!

Vice President of Member Development 

Helen Thompson

Year: Junior

Major: Vocal Music Education

Hometown: Delaware, Ohio

Why Panhellenic?: To find a group of women who strived for the same goals as myself. I wanted to make friends that would last a life time!

Favorite Things: Doughnuts. Just doughnuts.

Fun Fact:  I can play all kinds of different instruments and love to sing Opera music!

Vice President of Recruitment

Rebecka Parks

Year: Junior

Major: Marketing

Hometown: New Boston, Michigan

Why Panhellenic?: I wanted to find my support system going into the next part of my life (college). A group of women I can go to for anything! Although the Panhellenic community has done so much more than just that for me!

Favorite Panhellenic Memory: Living in the house on campus! I was able to get so much closer to the women of my chapter- having movie nights every night and constant McDonald runs!! Also being voted as Vice President Recruitment because allowed me to meet so many amazing women in other chapters!

Favorite Things: I really love pizza and my puppies and Harry Potter!!

Vice President of Finance

Heather Schaller

Year: Junior

Major: Accounting

Hometown: Perrysburg, Ohio

Why Panhellenic?: I went greek to find a support system similar to the one I had back home! I chose to join the Panhellenic executive board to give back to the community that has given me all of my best friends and memories and make more on the way!

Favorite Panhellenic Memory: My entire recruitment experience when I was going through as a potential new member. I loved getting to know so many girls in both my rho gamma group and in the chapters and seeing the uniqueness of each chapter!

Vice President of Scholarship

Anna Jones

Year: Junior

Major: AYA Mathematics Education, minor in Health Promotion

Hometown: Solon, Ohio

Favorite Panhellenic Memory: One of the most vivid memories I have was actually my very first Panhellenic memory when I opened up my bid with my rho gammas. I relied on my rho gammas for so much support throughout recruitment and was social excited when I opened my bid I cried and hugged them tight! Whenever I saw them on campus we would always stop to catch up and check in with each other which gave me a sense of a home away from home during my first year. 

Favorite Things: Country music, summer concerts, comfy clothes, food-interesting and trying new recipes

Vice President of Internal Affairs and Public Relations

Maria Kaufman

Year: Junior

Major: Tourism, Hospitality, and Event Management

Hometown: Tallmadge, Ohio

Why Panhellenic?: I went greek to find a sisterhood. I found all of that and more. I found leadership opportunities, best friends, sisters, and a home away from home. I have loved being a part of the Panhellenic community ever since I joined and being on the Panhellenic executive board allows me to give to the organization which has given me so much.

Favorite Things: Reading a good book, ice cream, a good rom com, and movie theater popcorn

Vice President of Service

Melanie Kremer

Year: Junior

Major: Human Development and Family Studies

Hometown: Fort Loramie, Ohio

Why Panhellenic?: It is a great opportunity for personal growth and development.  Friendships to last a lifetime, with supportive individuals that push you to be your best self. 

 

Favorite Things: Hamilton, strawberry & lemon gelato, traveling, empowering women, shoe shopping!