Caitlin Gleason

Caitlin Gleason

President

Caitlin Gleason is a junior from Manhasset, New York studying Industrial and Labor Relations. Last year, she served on the Panhellenic Council as the Vice President of Communications and was the President of Consent Education. Outside of Panhellenic, Caitlin teaches spinning classes at Noyes, is a teaching assistant for the ILR School, and serves on the executive board of Cayuga’s Watchers. In her free time, she loves singing with her a cappella group and eating lots of sushi. She can be reached at president@cornellphc.org.

Sierra Pass

Sierra Pass

Executive Vice President

Sierra Pass is a junior from Clarkson, Michigan. She is majoring in Industrial and Labor Relations and pursuing a minor in Inequality Studies. Also, she is a returning Labor Relations intern at General Motors. Prior to serving as Executive Vice President of the Panhellenic council, she served as her chapter’s Panhellenic Delegate and Membership Vice President. You can usually find Sierra walking her puppy, Spanky, around campus!

Marielle Sheck

Marielle Sheck

Vice President of University and Community Relations

Marielle is a sophomore from Harrison, New York studying Environmental and Sustainability Sciences. Outside of Panhellenic, Marielle is a Meinig National Scholar, a member of the Willard Straight Hall Student Union Board of Directors, as well as a stylist at Free People. As a freshman she represented her chapter on the Junior Panhellenic Council, and is so excited for her position as VP of University and Community Relations.

Emily Wan

Emily Wan

Vice President of Communications

Emily Wan is a junior from Fredonia, New York, studying Biological Sciences with a concentration in Human Nutrition, while pursuing a minor in English. Beyond Greek life, she is a member of the marketing team of Thread Magazine, Consent Ed, and works in the Bogdanove Lab, observing TAL effector DNA targeting and its applications. In her free time, Emily is keen on drinking coffee, writing poetry, eating noodles, and going on roadtrips with her friends. She looks forward to working with the Tri-Council and greater Cornell community!  

Rachel Teo

Rachel Teo

Vice President of Finance

Rachel is a junior from Singapore majoring in Hotel Administration and minoring in Real Estate. In addition to her role as Vice President of Finance for the Panhellenic Council, Rachel previously served as Vice President of Finance for her chapter. On campus, Rachel is the Co-President of Hospitality Students International, an Ambassador for SHA, and an Admissions Assistant for the Admissions Office of SHA. In her free time, Rachel enjoys traveling, watching documentaries, and dogspotting.

Cari Wollman

Cari Wollman

Vice President of Recruitment, Publicity, and Extension

Cari is a junior from Newtown, CT. She is majoring in Biology in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and is hoping to go to vet school after graduation. Outside of Greek life, she volunteers at the Cayuga Nature Center and is a member of Cayuga’s Watchers. Cari’s horse, Cody, lives in Ithaca during the school year and they spend most afternoons together. In her free time, Cari enjoys doing crossword puzzles, reading, and shoe shopping.

Dina Busaba

Dina Busaba

Vice President of Formal Membership Recruitment

Dina Busaba is a junior from Newton, Massachusetts studying Psychology and following the pre-medical track. Last year, she served as her chapter’s Panhellenic delegate and was trained as a Rho Gamma. Beyond Greek life, Dina is a member of Cornell Consent Ed and does research in the Attention, Memory, and Perception Lab. In her free time, she loves online shopping, cheering on the New England Patriots, and drinking iced coffee. She’s so excited to be a part of the Panhellenic community and looks forward to a positive next recruitment!

Liane Longpré

Liane Longpré

Vice President of Judicial Affairs and Standards

Liane Longpre is a junior from El Paso, Texas. She is studying computer science in the College of Engineering with expected minors in psychology and linguistics. She is passionate about her research, working in the Human-Robot Interaction Lab. Outside of the Greek community, she loves teaching Chinese to toddlers at her local Chinese school. She is so excited to work with everyone in the Tri-Council community!

Zoe Kalos

Zoe Kalos

Vice President of Programming

Zoe is a junior Government major from Greece, pursuing minors in English & Psychology, and she is very excited to attend law school after graduation. She is the PR Chair of Cornell Minds Matter, the mental health organization on campus where she promotes the wellbeing of students across communities. She is also serving as the Health and Wellness Chair for her own sorority. Additionally, she runs studies on moral and emotional judgement in David Pizzaro’s psychology lab. Zoe enjoys interacting with people in any capacity, and she is passionate about writing, storytelling and history.

Karli Buday

Karli Buday

Panhellenic Advisor

Karli received a B.A. in Studio Art and a B.S. in Environmental Science from St. Vincent College, Latrobe, PA. In addition, Karli received her M.F.A. in Visual Arts with a concentration in Ceramics at Marywood University in Scranton, PA.

Karli is currently the Residence Hall Director (RHD) of the Townhouses, working within Campus and Community Engagement (CCE).  She is currently a campus disability representative for CCE, serves as an Unit Director for the Cornell United Way Campaign, sits on the Student and Campus Life (SCL) committee “Real Talk”, and most recently working within Cornell Greek Life supporting Panhellenic Chapters.  In the past she has worked with the Summer College Program as a Residential Program Director, served on the Diversity Committee, and supported the Office of the Judicial Administrator.

Karli focuses in the development of students outside the classroom and get students to understand the value in a good old fashion conversation and the importance of developing relationships. Karli hopes to help students grow and become successful young adults by helping them identify core values that are meaningful to them, and ultimately allow for them to have a successful transition into any community or career environment they choose after their educational track.

In her free time she serves as the Area Coordinator for the Tompkins Cortland Special Olympics Program, working with over 150 athletes and coordinates 12 sports that run either in the summer, fall or winter.  She is currently planning for the New York Winter State Games and is serving on a committee for the 4th annual Special Olympics Ithaca Polar Plunge.