Eleni Kohilakis is a sophomore form Rye Brook, NY. She is studying Biological Sciences with a concentration in Human Nutrition and a minor in Business for the Life Sciences in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. In addition to serving as Panhellenic Delegate for Alpha Phi, she is on the Executive Board of the Cornell Undergraduate Research Board and serves as an Undergraduate Research Assistant in the Cognitive Neuroscience Lab. She is also an active member of Phi Delta Epsilon International Medical Fraternity, Cayuga’s Watchers, and the Hellenic Student Association. In her free time she enjoys exercising, hanging out with friends, and traveling. She is excited to represent Alpha Phi and get to know other members of the Panhellenic Community!
Isabelle Caine is majoring in Food Science and from North Caldwell, New Jersey. She is currently Sigma Delta Tau’s Panhellenic Delegate, and outside of Greek life, she is the Food Science Club Publicist, Epicurean Society Treasurer, a research assistant at the Food Science Sensory Lab, and a Spoon University Writer.
Page Robinson is a sophomore from Seattle, Washington. She is majoring in Development Sociology in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and minoring in Business and Inequality Studies. In addition to serving as Kappa Alpha Theta’s Panhellenic Delegate, Page serves as the Professional Outreach Chair on the executive board for Forte and is the Vice President of Scheduling for Cayuga’s Watchers. In her free time, she enjoys rock climbing, anything to do with the snow (especially snowboarding), traveling, and hanging out with friends. She is very excited to get to know and work with everyone in the Panhellenic community!
Lori Zomback is a sophomore from Long Island, New York studying Biology and Society in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. In addition to serving as Tri Delta’s Panhellenic delegate, Lori is the Activities Planning Chair for Body Positive Cornell, a volunteer for Planned Parenthood Generation Action, and a monitor at the Cornell Fitness Centers. She enjoys reading, working out, and complaining about how much she misses her dogs. Lori is so excited to serve the Panhellenic community!
Caitlin Bowen is a sophomore from San Diego, CA. She is studying Policy Analysis & Management in the College of Human Ecology with a minor in History. In addition to serving as the Panhellenic Delegate for Kappa Delta, she sits on the Student Assembly’s Academic Policy Committee, is involved in Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity and the Friends of Farmworkers ESL tutoring group. In her free time, she enjoys face-timing her siblings, taking spin classes, finding cool restaurants, and spending time with friends. She is excited to get to know and support the other women in the Panhellenic community!
Katelyn Booth is a Junior from Long Island, New York who is studying in the school of Industrial and Labor Relations. In addition to serving as a Panhellenic Delegate for Phi Sigma Sigma, she is involved with HerCampus Cornell and the Ski and Snowboard Club. She spent last fall at the University College Dublin studying European Industrial and Labor Relations and participated in lectures at the European Union. In her free time, she enjoys sailing, bing-watching shows on Netflix, and spending time with friends. She is looking forward to representing her chapter and getting to know more members of the Panhellenic community!
Ellie Daugerdas is a sophomore from Libertyville, Illinois. She is in the College of Engineering studying Chemical Engineering. In addition to serving as Panhellenic Delegate for AEPhi, she is also a fundraising chair for Society of Women Engineers. In her free time, she enjoys playing a pick up game of soccer, reading, and binging Black Mirror and Criminal Minds on Netflix. She cant wait for an amazing year working with everyone!
Angie Constantine is a sophomore from Boca Raton, Florida, now living in Ontario, Canada. She is studying Human Development in the College of Human Ecology, with expected minors in Psychology and Nutrition. In addition to being a Panhellenic Delegate for Kappa Kappa Gamma, Angie is a Big Sister for Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Ithaca and is a Research Assistant in the Personality, Attachment, and Control Lab. In her free time, she enjoys running, hiking, working with kids, and spending time with family and friends. She is very excited to represent Kappa and to work with the Panhellenic Community to make a difference on campus!
Lilah Noyes is a sophomore from Baltimore, Maryland. She is in the school of Industrial and Labor Relations and is double minoring in Business and Law & Society. In addition to serving as Delta Gamma’s Panhellenic Delegate, she is an active member of Forte Campus @ Cornell, a women’s business organization on campus. She is also a Cayuga’s Watcher and plays on Cornell’s club Golf team. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her friends, exploring Ithaca, and traveling. She is excited to serve as DG’s delegate this year and to get to know women throughout the entire Panhellenic community!
Phoebe is a junior majoring in Mechanical Engineering and minoring in Business. In addition to serving as Phi Mu’s Panhellenic Delegate, she is on the executive board for the Meinig Family Cornell National Scholars, as well as an RA in Balch Hall. In her free time, she enjoys dancing, volunteering in the Ithaca community and hanging out with her sisters. Phoebe is thankful for the opportunity to meet and work with more Panhellenic women!
Dema Donnan is a sophomore from Ocala, Florida. She is currently studying Agriculture Science, but is working on switching majors to Communication in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. She also intends to minor in human development as well as education. Dema is an avid dog lover and spends her weekends volunteering the Tompkins County SPCA in Ithaca. In her free time she enjoys running, watching Netflix, and hanging out with friends. She’s very excited to be AXiD’s Panhellenic delegate and to get to work with everyone in the Panhellenic community!
Kaitlyn Hefferline is a sophomore from Mount Vernon, Washington. She is a Near Eastern Studies and Government double major in the College of Arts and Sciences. In addition to serving as Pi Beta Phi’s Vice President of Communications and Panhellenic delegate, she is an Arts and Sciences ambassador. In her free time, Kaitlyn enjoys traveling, spending time with friends, and running. She is very excited to engage with everyone in the Panhellenic community!
Andrea Hohman is a sophomore from Yakima, Washington. She is majoring in Biological Sciences with expected minors in Climate Change and Business in the College of Arts and Sciences. In addition to serving as Alpha Chi Omega’s Panhellenic delegate, Andrea also serves as the Alpha Chi Omega Social Chair and is a member of Epsilon Eta, Cornell’s professional sustainability fraternity. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, puzzles, and talking to anyone who will listen about her home state. She is looking forward to an amazing year working with the Panhellenic Community!