Lauren Goldman is a sophomore from Morristown, New Jersey. She is majoring in Computer Science in the College of Arts and Sciences. In addition to serving as Delta Delta Delta’s Panhellenic Delegate, Lauren works as a Student Events Assistant in the Human Resources department, is a mentor in College Mentors for Kids, and is the co-chair of the Hillel Orientation Team. In her spare time Lauren enjoys coloring, watching Netflix and petting cute dogs on the street. She is so excited to work towards the betterment of the Panhellenic community and can’t wait for the upcoming semester!
Maya George is a junior from Ithaca, NY. She is studying Policy Analysis & Management in the College of Human Ecology with a minor in Business. In addition to serving as the Panhellenic Delegate for Kappa Delta sorority, she works for The New Agenda, a non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of girls and women, as a member of The Young Women’s Leadership Council. She loves working as a backpacking guide for incoming students as part of Outdoor Odyssey at Cornell. In her free time, she enjoys working in her research group, doing yoga, eating good food, and spending time with her KD sisters. Maya is excited to learn more about everyone in the Panhellenic community!
Jenna Doyno is a sophomore from Tokyo, Japan and Boston, Massachusetts. She majoring in Archaeology and Classics, with minors in Italian and Business. In addition to serving as Alpha Phi’s Panhellenic Delegate, Jenna serves on the executive boards of Cayuga’s Watchers, GUIDE, and Volunteers Around the World. In her free time, Jenna enjoys running, playing for Lady Bears Club Volleyball and hanging out with friends. She is very excited to work with everyone in the Panhellenic community!
Alyssa Freiman is a sophomore from West Hartford, Connecticut. She is studying economics in the College of Arts and Sciences with an expected minor in business. In addition to being a Panhellenic Delegate for Delta Gamma, Alyssa is an active member of College Mentors For Kids. In her free time, she enjoys skiing, working out, and hanging out with friends. She is very excited to represent DG and get to know everyone in the Panhellenic community!
Sierra Rinaldi is a junior from Suffern, New York. She is studying Communication with a concentration in business in Cornell’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. In addition to being Sigma Delta Tau’s Panhellenic Delegate, she is also an active member of The Cornell Daily Sun Business Department, a writer at Slope Media, and a member of the Ho Nun De Kah honors society. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, watching Netflix, drinking coffee, and hanging out with friends. She is so excited to be a Panhellenic delegate and can’t wait to get to know everyone!
Steph Hendarta is a junior from Jakarta, Indonesia. She is studying Applied Economics and Management, with a special interest in finance and strategy. In addition to being a Panhellenic Delegate for Alpha Chi Omega, she also works as a campus tour guide for Cornell’s Visitor Relations and serves on the executive board of Dyson Inclusion and Diversity. In her free time, Steph loves to travel, bake, and trying out new food places with friends. She is very excited to be serving as Panhellenic delegate for her chapter!
Bailey Montgomery is a junior from Saratoga Springs, NY. She is studying Biological Sciences with a concentration in Human Nutrition in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences with a minor in business. In addition to serving as Panhellenic Delegate for Kappa Alpha Theta, she is an active member in Cornell Medical and Dental Brigades and is a pre-medical mentor. In her free time, Bailey enjoys traveling, volunteering, and spending time with her friends. She looks forward to getting to know more people in the Panhellenic community!
Ruby Yu is a junior from Long Island, NY. She is studying Policy Analysis & Management in the College of Human Ecology with a minor in Law & Society. In addition to serving as the Panhellenic Delegate for Phi Mu, she is also involved with The Cornell Daily Sun News Department, the Maternal and Child Health Project, and Big Red Buddies. In her free time, she enjoys watching corgi videos and sleeping. Ruby is excited to work with the Panhellenic community!
Rebecca Hunter is a junior from Syracuse, New York. She is a Biology and Society major in CALS and minoring in Law and Society. Along with serving as Phi Sigma Sigma’s Panhellenic delegate, Rebecca is in a pre-law fraternity, co-chair for Senior Days and works at the fitness centers. In her free time, she enjoys conducting undergraduate research, taking snack breaks, and hanging out with her sisters. Rebecca is very excited to serve as her chapter’s Panhellenic delegate and looking forward to all this year will have in store!
Heather Lukas is a sophomore from Fairfax, Virginia. She is majoring in Biomedical Engineering and also earning a Dyson Business Minor. In addition to being a Panhellenic Delegate for Pi Beta Phi, she is involved in Cornell Outdoor Education as an Outdoor Odyssey Guide and also volunteers with the Tompkins County SPCA. In her free time, Heather enjoys running, yoga, watching Netflix, and going on adventures with her Pi Phi sisters. She is excited to get to know and work with other women in the Panhellenic community!
Gayathri Jai is a sophomore from Poughkeepsie, NY. She is an ILR major with a minor in psychology. In addition to serving as a Panhellenic Delegate, Gayathri is also on the executive board for Consent Ed as Vice-President of Publicity. She is passionate about sexual assault prevention and education, and hopes to engage the Cornell student body around these issues. In her free time, she enjoys exploring Ithaca, finding new restaurants, and always laughing with her AXiD sisters. Gayathri is super excited to get to know and work with the Panhellenic community.
Julia Katz is a sophomore from Boca Raton, FL. She is studying Industrial and Labor Relations with a focus on Human Resources in a corporate setting. In addition to serving as the Panhellenic Delegate for Alpha Epsilon Phi, Julia serves as the Research Chair on ILR SGA, plays horn in Cornell’s Big Red Marching Band, and is a research assistant for the Scheinman Institute on Conflict Resolution. In her free time, she loves exploring all the state parks near Ithaca and finding cute dogs on campus. She looks forward to serving the Panhellenic community and represent AEPhi!