Kara Rex, M.Ed.
Assistant Director & Advisor to the Panhellenic Council
As an Assistant Director and the Advisor to the Panhellenic Council, Kara supports the Panhellenic Council Executive Board and 19 nationally affiliated women’s fraternities, totaling over 5,000 undergraduate women. In her role, Kara creates, executes, and supports initiatives in areas such as risk management, membership recruitment, overall member development, diversity, equity and inclusion, officer training, and chapter development. She also works to support UGA Miracle, which raises money and awareness for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. Kara also represents the Greek Life Office on the Digital Engagement Collaborative which forms digital engagement strategies and coordinates digital engagement efforts for both division-wide initiatives and individual departments.
Originally from West Branch, Iowa, Kara received her B.S. in Agriculture and Society and Political Science, with a minor in Sociology from Iowa State University and her M. Ed. in Higher Education Leadership from Texas Christian University. As an undergraduate student, Kara joined Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women and was involved as a leader in her chapter and on the Panhellenic Council. This experience ignited her passion for Student Affairs. Prior to her time at UGA, Kara served as the Graduate Advisor for Panhellenic and as a Graduate Hall Director at Texas Christian University.
Kara enjoys working with the talented student leaders on campus and being a part of their journey at UGA. She looks forward to watching the organizations within Greek Life continue to grow and evolve.
Contact: Kara.Rex@uga.edu | (706) 542-4612
Kara Rex, M.Ed.