President    Jennifer Connell   Hello, My name is Jennifer Connell. I am a Business Management major. I am honored to be President of the 2018 Executive Board for Panhellenic. I decided to go Greek to find my "home away from home", and what I found was much more. I am a second year Resident Assistant, in LeadScholars, a CAB committee member and have held numerous positions within my organization. I have a so much passion for Greek unity and the entire Greek community and that is why I applied for President. I aspire to one day work for a University in either Greek life or Residence Life.

President

Jennifer Connell

Hello, My name is Jennifer Connell. I am a Business Management major. I am honored to be President of the 2018 Executive Board for Panhellenic. I decided to go Greek to find my "home away from home", and what I found was much more. I am a second year Resident Assistant, in LeadScholars, a CAB committee member and have held numerous positions within my organization. I have a so much passion for Greek unity and the entire Greek community and that is why I applied for President. I aspire to one day work for a University in either Greek life or Residence Life.

  VP of Recruitment    Zeida Alveraz    Contact:    saintleovpr@gmail.com     Hello! my name is Zeida Alvarez and I am a Political Science major and the Vice President of Recruitment. I am responsible for all things recruitment, which means planning, preparing, and executing formal recruitment and other recruitment events. I'm the contact person for any women on campus who is thinking about going out for recruitment and any active Greek women on campus who might have any questions or concerns regarding recruitment. Additionally, I decided to go Greek because I wanted to find myself through different leadership opportunities and be apart of a community so much bigger than myself. I have gained so many priceless skills through, not only, my organization, but from the many other members in Greek Life and amazing experiences that come from being Greek.

VP of Recruitment

Zeida Alveraz

Contact: saintleovpr@gmail.com 

Hello! my name is Zeida Alvarez and I am a Political Science major and the Vice President of Recruitment. I am responsible for all things recruitment, which means planning, preparing, and executing formal recruitment and other recruitment events. I'm the contact person for any women on campus who is thinking about going out for recruitment and any active Greek women on campus who might have any questions or concerns regarding recruitment. Additionally, I decided to go Greek because I wanted to find myself through different leadership opportunities and be apart of a community so much bigger than myself. I have gained so many priceless skills through, not only, my organization, but from the many other members in Greek Life and amazing experiences that come from being Greek.

  VP of Operations    Estela Dominguez   Hello my name is Estela Dominguez. I am currently in the Saint Leo Class of 2019 and a Biomedical and Health Sciences major with an Art Minor. I hope to someday do scientific research within the branch of physics or ecology. I am the Vice President of Operations which means that I get to host engaging educationals and events that bring the community together through service and developing one another. I choose to "Go Greek" because I always knew I wanted to be a part of something more in college. I wanted to find a group of people that would mold me and make me strive harder every day and give me the confidence to take on anything. As my years in Greek life have passed I feel like I have found so much more I have found diverse friends, built myself to thrive, learned how to mold myself for the better, learn incredible things, traveled and made unforgettable memories that I didn't expect in college. This is what inspired me to become a Panhellenic leader, I wanted to become a part of helping all of our Greeks get out of Greek life what I have gotten. I also feel Panhellenic is a sisterhood and it's more than just three letters we wear on our hearts when we become initiated it's a perfect melting pot of different rituals, ideals and sisters and I wanted to help bring forth that Panhellenic love across all organizations.    

VP of Operations

Estela Dominguez

Hello my name is Estela Dominguez. I am currently in the Saint Leo Class of 2019 and a Biomedical and Health Sciences major with an Art Minor. I hope to someday do scientific research within the branch of physics or ecology. I am the Vice President of Operations which means that I get to host engaging educationals and events that bring the community together through service and developing one another. I choose to "Go Greek" because I always knew I wanted to be a part of something more in college. I wanted to find a group of people that would mold me and make me strive harder every day and give me the confidence to take on anything. As my years in Greek life have passed I feel like I have found so much more I have found diverse friends, built myself to thrive, learned how to mold myself for the better, learn incredible things, traveled and made unforgettable memories that I didn't expect in college. This is what inspired me to become a Panhellenic leader, I wanted to become a part of helping all of our Greeks get out of Greek life what I have gotten. I also feel Panhellenic is a sisterhood and it's more than just three letters we wear on our hearts when we become initiated it's a perfect melting pot of different rituals, ideals and sisters and I wanted to help bring forth that Panhellenic love across all organizations. 

 

  VP of Involvement    Emily Alfaya   My name is Emily Alfaya and I am currently a junior of the Class of 2019 here at Saint Leo. I am a Political Science major with a minor in Legal studies. I am involved in Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honors Society as Fundraising chair for Executive Board. I am currently the Vice President of Involvement for the Panhellenic Association, which entails planning Greek Week, Greek Unity Week and any Panhellenic Socials. I chose to #GoGreek my freshman year to become more involved in the community at Saint Leo through leadership and service. Going Greek has given me a diverse group of women who support me in all of my endeavors and my hope is for future women to find homes in which they truly feel as if they belong as I have found. 

VP of Involvement

Emily Alfaya

My name is Emily Alfaya and I am currently a junior of the Class of 2019 here at Saint Leo. I am a Political Science major with a minor in Legal studies. I am involved in Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honors Society as Fundraising chair for Executive Board. I am currently the Vice President of Involvement for the Panhellenic Association, which entails planning Greek Week, Greek Unity Week and any Panhellenic Socials. I chose to #GoGreek my freshman year to become more involved in the community at Saint Leo through leadership and service. Going Greek has given me a diverse group of women who support me in all of my endeavors and my hope is for future women to find homes in which they truly feel as if they belong as I have found. 

  VP of Finance    Taylor Grishaber    Contact:   saintleophfinance@gmail.com   Hello, my name is Taylor Grishaber. I am a Criminal Justice: Homeland Security major. As the Vice President of Finance, I am in charge of putting together the Panhellenic budget, managing the Panhellenic expenses, and fundraising for Panhellenic. I am the contact person for anyone who needs to pay Panhellenic dues and for chapters who have questions about their financial standing on campus. Additionally, I wanted to go Greek because I wanted to find a “home away from home”. I am from New Jersey, so going to school in Florida is hard sometimes because I miss my family. I found my family and home here. Needless to say, Greek life has allowed me to excel and become a better person.

VP of Finance

Taylor Grishaber

Contact: saintleophfinance@gmail.com

Hello, my name is Taylor Grishaber. I am a Criminal Justice: Homeland Security major. As the Vice President of Finance, I am in charge of putting together the Panhellenic budget, managing the Panhellenic expenses, and fundraising for Panhellenic. I am the contact person for anyone who needs to pay Panhellenic dues and for chapters who have questions about their financial standing on campus. Additionally, I wanted to go Greek because I wanted to find a “home away from home”. I am from New Jersey, so going to school in Florida is hard sometimes because I miss my family. I found my family and home here. Needless to say, Greek life has allowed me to excel and become a better person.

  VP of Communications    Maggie Sroka   Hello! My name is Maggie Sroka and I am a Health Care Administration major, and the Vice President of Communications for Panhellenic. What this means is I run our social media accounts, and take minutes at our Panhellenic meetings. I decided to "Go Greek" because I wanted an opportunity to become the best version of myself, surrounded by peers who were also challenging themselves. I have definitely found this in Greek Life at Saint Leo! Also, I went Greek because I knew I wanted to be a leader within my community. Panhellenic sorority life at Saint Leo has allowed me to take part in so many oppotunities I never thought possible! I am so thankful to be a member of this community, and to have found my home within it.       

VP of Communications

Maggie Sroka

Hello! My name is Maggie Sroka and I am a Health Care Administration major, and the Vice President of Communications for Panhellenic. What this means is I run our social media accounts, and take minutes at our Panhellenic meetings. I decided to "Go Greek" because I wanted an opportunity to become the best version of myself, surrounded by peers who were also challenging themselves. I have definitely found this in Greek Life at Saint Leo! Also, I went Greek because I knew I wanted to be a leader within my community. Panhellenic sorority life at Saint Leo has allowed me to take part in so many oppotunities I never thought possible! I am so thankful to be a member of this community, and to have found my home within it.