2022 PANHELLENIC EXECUTIVE COUNcil

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153 Tate Student Center
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602


Marion Kronauge

President 
ugapanhellenicpresident@gmail.com

Marion Kronauge is a third year from Atlanta, GA majoring in Journalism, minoring in Sport Management, and planning to attend law school post-grad. When she’s not in the GLO, Marion loves to spend her time with her friends and her 4 dogs! She loves a good cup of coffee, a long walk, live music or eating around Athens at all her favorite spots. Marion began her involvement with Panhellenic as a representative for Phi Mu on the Junior Panhellenic Council. She then served as assistant delegate and delegate on Panhellenic Council, along with her position on Phi Mu’s Executive Board. She also served as the Gamma Chi Liaison for her chapter during the 2021 recruitment process. Outside of Panhellenic, Marion writes for the sports desk at the Red & Black and serves as a Fellow for the Emerging Greek Leaders program. 

 

As President of the Panhellenic Council, Marion oversees day to day operations, the entire executive team and serves as a resource to all chapter presidents. She also serves as a liaison between UGA administration and the Panhellenic community. This year Marion is excited to build and strengthen relationships both within the Panhellenic community and among the entire Greek Life Community. She is looking forward to working alongside seven wonderful women to make this year successful for the Panhellenic Community and the Greek Community as a whole. Marion is so grateful for this opportunity and is excited to serve this upcoming year!

Nicole LaBarre

Vice President of Finance and Correspondence 
ugapanhellenicvpfc@gmail.com

Nicole LaBarre is a third year Marketing and Public Relations major and Communications minor from Snellville, GA. Nicole began her involvement in Panhellenic her first-year on Junior Panhellenic. She has also served as a Panhellenic Delegate for her sorority, Delta Zeta, as their Spirit Wear Chair and as a Recruitment Counselor during 2021 recruitment. Nicole is also involved in a number of things outside of Panhellenic as well. She currently has a Digital Marketing Strategy Internship, is a part of Pi Sigma Epsilon, the Marketing Fraternity, UGA Miracle, PRSSA and Ad Club. Outside of everything she does, Nicole loves painting and crafting, hanging out with her friends, reading, cooking, and traveling (especially to New York City)!

 

As Vice President of Finance and Correspondence, Nicole oversees all financials of the Panhellenic Council.  She creates and upkeeps the semester budgets for the Council, as well as assists in any financial decisions for the other executive members.  Additionally, she ensures the communication line between the council and each chapter is open by distributing minutes and emails each week keeping everyone in the know! Nicole’s goal for this year is to help facilitate a fun and invitational environment within the Panhellenic Council and community while also supporting all members of the Greek community. Additionally, to further implement financial transparency and help educate on financial literacy and good practices. She is so excited for this opportunity and looks forward to the upcoming year!

Baker Carter

Vice President of Recruitment
ugarecruitment@gmail.com

Baker Carter is a third year from St. Simons Island, GA and is majoring in Public Health with an emphasis in Health Promotion. Baker has served the Panhellenic Council since her freshman year as a representative for Kappa Delta on Junior Panhellenic. She also served as assistant delegate and delegate for Kappa Delta, Programming Committee Director, a Recruitment Counselor and is currently the Vice President of Recruitment. Outside of Panhellenic, Baker is a Director of Events for the Pre-Dental and Pre-Medical Association Club. While simultaneously planning recruitment, Baker still finds time to do the things she loves! You can find her getting a workout in, reading a good book, eating at local spots around Athens and going for long walks.

 

As Vice President of Recruitment, Baker oversees the recruitment process for all 19 Panhellenic sororities and helps potential new members throughout the recruitment process. She says her goal for this upcoming year is to have a successful recruitment and continue to grow the Panhellenic Community through the 2022 recruitment process. She is so excited for the upcoming recruitment process and everything this year has to bring!

Katie Teague

Vice President of Administration
ugapanhellenicvpa@gmail.com

Katie Teague is a third year from Raleigh, NC majoring in Marketing and has a certificate in Personal and Organizational Leadership. Katie began her involvement with Panhellenic during her first year serving on Junior Panhellenic on behalf of her sorority, Alpha Delta Pi. She continued to serve as assistant delegate on Panhellenic Council and then as the delegate and VP of Panhellenic Relations for Alpha Delta Pi. She served as a Recruitment Counselor for the 2021 recruitment process and volunteers in the UGA Student Food Pantry. In addition to her involvement within Panhellenic, Katie has served in various other places on campus. She acted as a Student Government Outreach member during her second year, is an active member in Women in Business, and will be interning with a real estate company in Atlanta this coming summer! When she’s not busy on campus Katie loves to grab some food from Chuck’s or Taqueria del Sol!

 

As Vice President of Administration for the Panhellenic Council, Katie plans and orchestrates all programming as well as oversees the council activities, committee directors and structure. This year, Katie hopes to impact and inspire the campus of the University of Georgia so that it may be more unified and vibrant because of her programming efforts. She also hopes to build relationships within the community and council that she will continue long after college. Katie is thrilled that she has the opportunity to serve this community and is excited to serve alongside these amazing women.

Anna Grace Kwon

Vice President of Recruitment Counselors
vprc@uga.edu

Anna Grace Kwon, known to most people as AG, is a third year from Atlanta, GA majoring in Marketing. Anna Grace served as a Recruitment Counselor during the 2021 recruitment process and fell in love with the blue vests, leading her to her current role as VP of Recruitment Counselors. She also serves as a Food2Kids Greek Liaison. When she isn’t leading and training the Recruitment Counselors, AG likes to go on walks, hang out with her friends (especially in the Greek Life Office) and pet dogs, both her own and a stranger’s!

 

As Vice President of Recruitment Counselors, Anna Grace leads, trains, and manages 124 Recruitment Counselors that will carry out the formal recruitment process. These women play an integral role in making each potential new member feel at home at UGA. After her experience as a Recruitment Counselor last year, she hopes to give the same rewarding experience to the 2022 Recruitment Counselors. She hopes to lead by example and show them how to positively impact potential new members as they navigate recruitment and the transition to college. As VPRC AG wants to lead selflessly and encourage the recruitment counselors to do the same. Being a Recruitment Counselor is an incredible opportunity to develop meaningful relationships and witness the impact of Panhellenic here at UGA and she is so excited to see the incredible things the Recruitment Counselors do this year and she says it is an honor to lead them!

Madeline Arenth

Vice President of Standards

panhellenicstandardsuga@gmail.com

Madeline Arenth is a third year Psychology major from Atlanta, GA with a minor in Human Development and Family Sciences. You can find Madeline teaching Yoga classes all over Athens and Atlanta or walking down Milledge listening to a new podcast. Exploring new restaurants throughout Athens with her friends, car rides with good music, and coffee runs are her favorite ways to spend her free time! Madeline began her involvement in Panhellenic as an assistant on Junior Panhellenic, then served as assistant delegate and delegate on Panhellenic Council for Pi Beta Phi, as well as on their executive board. Outside of Panhellenic, Madeline is a part of HEROs as the Child Relations Committee. She is also a certified yoga instructor and participates in the Pre-Dental and Pre-Medical Association.

 

As Vice President of Standards Madeline oversees all things which encompass the bylaws, judicial processes, risk management, mental health, DEI, and scholarship. Madeline serves as a resource to all 19 chapters in educating them on these matters and works to better the overall well-being of the Greek community. She has recently been working to update our University’s Panhellenic bylaws and recruitment rules. Madeline’s goal is to make sure that the needs of all Panhellenic women feel taken care of and they feel safe in their community. She is so excited to see what this year brings and to be able to give back to the community that has given me so much!

 

 

 

Devon Altman

Vice President of Public Relations
ugapanhelpr@gmail.com

Devon Altman is a third year Elementary Education major from Rockville, MD. She is pursuing a Double Dawgs degree in Elementary Education as well as an ESOL Endorsement. Devon has served on the Executive Board of Sigma Delta Tau as the Vice President of Panhellenic and Scholarship as well as previously being the Community Service Chair on the general board. She also worked closely with their new members in the 2020 pledge class under their New Member Educator. In her role as VP of Panhellenic and Scholarship, she served as the Panhellenic Delegate. On the 2021 Panhellenic Council, she was a committee director for the Communications Committee in which she ran the UGA Panhellenic Blog. Outside of Panhellenic, Devon has been involved with Shop with a Bulldawg and served as an ambassador for the past two years. When she isn’t creating graphics or posting to the Panhellenic Instagram you can always find her with a coffee in hand! Devon also loves to go to Pure Barre or watch TV on the couch with her friends!

 

As Vice President of Public Relations, Devon deals with all media aspects regarding the Panhellenic Council. Social media platforms are used to promote Panhellenic and Greek accomplishments, connect chapters, and ensure accessibility of the council to the entire community. Another main role is creating and distributing “The Pointer” which is the PNMs primary formal recruitment guide. This year Devon hopes to utilize social media to bring our Greek community closer together and spread the values of UGA Panhellenic to all. When developing the Panhellenic Pointer, Devon hopes to help all PNMs have a successful and enjoyable recruitment process by providing them with any and all necessary information in a fun, engaging way.

Madison Miller

Vice President of Philanthropy and Service

ugapanhellenicvpps@gmail.com

Madison Miller is a third year from Gainesville, GA majoring in Public Relations and minoring in Communication Studies. Madison served as an Assistant Delegate and Delegate for Sigma Kappa on Panhellenic Council. She was also the Director of Scholarship and Outreach as well as serving as a Recruitment Counselor for 2021 recruitment. She loves to spend time with her friends and finds the best way to relieve her stress is to clean. As Madi always says, a cluttered room leads to a cluttered mind!

 

In the first year with a Vice President of Philanthropy and Service position on the Panhellenic Executive Council, Madison oversees all of Panhellenic’s philanthropic efforts as well as assists chapters when needed. She also ensures that chapters are able to easily acquire service opportunities and she helps oversee the UGA Student Pantry and put together the Greek Day of Service. She is so excited to be the first person in this position and is excited to utilize her role as best as possible to further Panhellenic’s philanthropic efforts. She is also looking forward to bettering Panhellenic’s relationship with the Athens community and helping where we are needed.