Christina is a junior studying Policy Analysis and Management with a minor in Demography from Manhasset, NY. Outside of Greek Life, Christina is a part of the Cornell Fashion Collective, the club that organizes Cornell’s annual runway show. She has also been doing ballet and modern dance since she was two years old and has recently picked up surfing. Christina is always up for a trip to Insomnia Cookies!
Juliet McCann is a Junior Global and Public Health Sciences major with a minor in Infectious Disease Biology from Newton, Massachusetts. On campus, she enjoys planning and running events under the Global Health Student Advisory Board and GlobeMed at Cornell. Last summer, Juliet did research in Tanzania on geriatric care under the Global Health program. In her free time, Juliet can be found practicing field hockey with her club field hockey teammates or exploring nearby gorges and outdoor sites with her friends. Juliet is excited for a great year serving as EVP!
Grace is a junior from Fairfax, Virginia studying Neurobiology and Behavior with minors in policy and business. Outside of Greek life she is an officer for the Cornell Wind Symphony where she is a percussionist. She has spent most of her time at Cornell working with the Public Service Center, this experience has helped strengthen her love of public service and community engagement. Other things she enjoys are animals (especially dogs), knitting, and crime shows.
Allison Wild is a junior from Wyckoff, New Jersey. She is majoring in Government and pursuing minors in Communication and Information Science. Last year, she served as her chapter’s president. Outside of Panhellenic, Allison is VP Programming for Consent Ed, the editorial director of Cornell’s chapter of Spoon University, and a copywriter for The Cornellian. In her free time, she loves watching movies and baking. As a freshman, she was a member of Junior Panhellenic and is so excited to now be a part of the executive board!
Nicole Johnston is a junior from Atlanta, Georgia, majoring in Applied Economics and Management with a concentration in Finance, and pursuing a minor in English. Last year, she served as her chapter’s Treasurer and representative on the Board of Directors for the Student Management Corporation. Outside of the Greek Community, Nicole is on the business team of the Cornell Business Review and a member of the CALS Academic Integrity Board. In her free time, Nicole loves online shopping, training for half-marathons and traveling. She is so excited to work with everyone in the Tri-Council community!
Annabelle is a junior from Westchester, New York majoring in American Studies with a concentration in Media and Visual Studies. On campus, she is a member of Alpha Kappa Psi Business Fraternity, a writer for The Cornell Lunatic, as well as a volunteer for Farmer’s Market @ Cornell. Annabelle enjoys playing guitar, eating french fries, and sharing playlists.
Kaitlin is a junior from Moraga, California studying Food Science and pursuing minors in Nutrition and Business. Prior to her role as Vice President of Formal Membership Recruitment, she was the House Manager for her chapter. Outside of Greek life, Kaitlin is co-captain of a food product development team and has travelled to China to compete in an international competition. In her spare time, Kaitlin enjoys baking, hiking, and taking spontaneous trips to Trader Joe’s.
Julia Katz is a junior from Boca Raton, FL. She is studying Industrial and Labor Relations with expected minors in Business and Law & Society. She previously served on the Junior Panhellenic Council and served as her chapter’s Panhellenic delegate. Beyond Greek Life, Julia is the chair of the Major Speakers Committee for Cornell Hillel and is a Human Resources Manager for Hotel Ezra Cornell. In her free time she loves to hike in Ithaca and find cute dogs to pet. She is so excited to be a part of the Panhellenic community and looks forward to working with the rest of the Tri-Council.
Athena is a junior from Brooklyn, NY, majoring in Global and Public Health Sciences and pursuing a minor in Infectious Disease Biology. On campus, Athena is a research assistant at the Leak Lab studying how dietary behavior is influenced by the availability of nutritious food in urban bodegas and at the Clark Lab analyzing genes on the Y chromosome that contribute to male fertility. In her free time, Athena loves to dance, travel, and eat hot Cheetos.
Maya Cutforth is a sophomore from Denver, Colorado double majoring in American Studies and Spanish and minoring in Africana Studies. Outside of Panhellenic, she is the Philanthropy and Events Chair for the Cornell Democrats, a facilitator for Body Positive Cornell, and a popcorn person at Willard Straight Hall. She loves running by the horse stables, listening to Vulfpeck, and eating snacks. She’s so excited to work with everyone in the Panhellenic community and Greek Tri-Council!
Dee came to Cornell from Western Kentucky University, where, in addition to earning her Masters of Education, she served as the Residence Hall Director for a Panhellenic Sorority community. In addition to her professional responsibilities, Dee is also passionate about social justice; she has served as an advisor to a queer student group and belonged to numerous groups and committees at Western Kentucky University as a respected member of their student affairs community. Previously Dee has also served the campus community at Indiana University Southeast where she was a Panhellenic Advising Intern and an Admissions Counselor. Dee is a member of Delta Gamma Fraternity and has previously served as a recruitment advisor for the Theta chapter at Indiana University.