2023 PANHELLENIC EXECUTIVE COUNcil
JB Marsh is a third year student from Statesboro, Georgia majoring in Marketing with an Emphasis in Sales. Her involvement with Panhellenic began freshman year, when she was elected to serve as a representative for Zeta Tau Alpha on Junior Panhellenic. Since then, she has served as both Assistant Panhellenic Delegate and Panhellenic Delegate for her chapter. While serving as Panhellenic Delegate, JB served as the Communications Director for the Panhellenic Council and, through this leadership role, was given the opportunity to run the Panhellenic blog. In addition, JB has experience working for the UGA Alumni Association, and she also served as a Recruitment Counselor last August, a role in which she led potential new members through the Formal Recruitment process. Outside of Panhellenic, JB enjoys going on walks, having movie nights, eating apples (her favorite food), and spending time with her friends.
As President of the Panhellenic Council, JB oversees day-to-day operations, leads the entire executive team, and acts as a resource to all chapter presidents. She also serves as a liaison between UGA Administration and the Panhellenic community. This year, JB is excited to build and strengthen relationships within both the Panhellenic community as well as the wider Greek Life community. She is looking forward to working alongside seven wonderful women to make this year successful for all members of UGA Greek Life. JB is grateful for the opportunity to lead and is excited to serve throughout the upcoming year!
Vice President of Operations
Avery Smith is a third year Finance major, minoring in Sports Management and Spanish, from Tallahassee, Florida. Avery began her involvement with Panhellenic her freshman year, when she was elected to serve as Assistant Panhellenic Delegate for Chi Omega. She then served as Panhellenic Delegate and as Director of Campus and Community Involvement within the Panhellenic Council. In addition, Avery is involved in a number of things outside of Panhellenic, including Women in Finance, the Order of Omega Honor Society, and the Sports Business Club. She is also a Fellow for the Spring 2023 Emerging Greek Leaders program. Avery enjoys traveling with her family, being out on the boat, running, and attending any and all UGA sporting events.
As Vice President of Operations, Avery oversees finances for the Panhellenic Council. She organizes and monitors all semester budgets for the Panhellenic Council and assists other members of the Executive Board in making financial decisions. Additionally, she ensures that the line of communication between the Panhellenic Council and each chapter is open by distributing the minutes from weekly Council meetings to keep everyone in the know! Avery’s goal for this year is to help facilitate a fun and inviting environment within the Panhellenic Council and community, while also supporting all members of the wider 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!
Vice President of Recruitment
Emily Harrison is a third year from Perry, GA, pursuing a B.B.A in Economics with Areas of Emphasis in Public Policy and Business Analytics, and she plans to attend law school upon graduation. Emily began her involvement with Panhellenic by serving as a representative of Alpha Delta Pi on Junior Panhellenic Council. She then served as the Assistant Delegate and later the Panhellenic Delegate as Vice President of Panhellenic Relations on Alpha Delta Pi’s Executive Board. Additionally, Emily was a Recruitment Counselor for Recruitment 2022 and the Director of Junior Panhellenic Council in Fall 2022. When Emily isn’t at the library or in the Greek Life Office (GLO), you can find her on a Milledge walk, at her favorite restaurant (Taq del Sol), or grabbing a cup of coffee with a friend. Outside of Panhellenic, Emily volunteers at the UGA Student Pantry and City of Refuge. She also serves as a Fellow for the Spring 2023 Emerging Greek Leaders program.
As Vice President of Recruitment, Emily oversees the Recruitment process for all 19 Panhellenic sororities at UGA. Along with helping potential new members through Formal Recruitment, she seeks to uphold the integrity of the process while making Recruitment a positive experience for women as they navigate this new stage of collegiate life. She is excited to work with this team and witness the Panhellenic community continue to grow through Recruitment 2023!
Vice President of Member Engagement
Camille Holcomb is a third year from Gainesville, GA majoring in Human Development and Family Sciences. Camille began her involvement with Panhellenic as a freshman when she served on Junior Panhellenic on behalf of her chapter, Kappa Alpha Theta. She continued to serve as Assistant Panhellenic Delegate on the Panhellenic Council and then as Panhellenic Delegate and Vice President of Panhellenic for Kappa Alpha Theta. Within the Panhellenic Council, she served as the Programming Director and volunteered frequently at the UGA Student Food Pantry. Aside from her involvement in Panhellenic, Camille has served in various other organizations on campus. For the past two years, she has led field trips on the UGA campus for Clarke County School students in kindergarten-12th grades as an Experience UGA Ambassador. She also volunteers for Brightpaths, a nonprofit organization that provides parenting classes to individuals in the Clarke County area to help reduce child maltreatment. When she is not busy on campus, Camille loves to grab lunch or dinner from her favorite Athens restaurants – Chuck’s and Taqueria del Sol!
As Vice President of Member Engagement for the Panhellenic Council, Camille plans and orchestrates all programming events and oversees all Council activities and guides the Panhellenic Council Committee Directors in their individual roles. This year, Camille hopes to impact and inspire the campus of the University of Georgia so that it may be more unified and vibrant as a result of her programming efforts. She also hopes to build lasting relationships within the members of the Panhellenic Council and community. Camille is thrilled to have the opportunity to serve this community and is excited to lead alongside these amazing women.
Vice President of Recruitment Counselors
Born and raised in Fort Worth, Texas, Katie Bynum is a third year Psychology major, minoring in French and General Business. Although Katie’s involvement with Panhellenic began her freshman year as a Kappa Kappa Gamma representative on Junior Panhellenic, she truly connected with the organization while serving as a Recruitment Counselor during the Formal Recruitment process in 2022. It was this experience that ultimately led her to her role as Vice President of Recruitment Counselors. In addition to being a member of the Panhellenic Executive Board, Katie has volunteered for Operation Smile since 2018 and now works directly with the University of Georgia branch to plan fundraising events on campus. She also loves exploring different spots in Athens, listening to live music, and going on walks (especially with her dog, Hazel).
As Vice President of Recruitment Counselors, Katie selects, trains, and leads 125 Recruitment Counselors and prepares them to support potential new members in every way as they navigate Formal Recruitment. The Recruitment Counselors strive to make each woman going through recruitment feel welcomed and confident in herself. Katie deeply enjoyed her experience as a 2022 Recruitment Counselor and loved making meaningful connections with other Panhellenic women. In her role, Katie hopes to instill within the Recruitment Counselors a selfless desire to lead. By exemplifying kindness and empathy, Katie plans to give the 2023 Recruitment Counselors the same rewarding experience that she has while also teaching them to positively impact potential new members. Recruitment Counselors have the incredible opportunity to demonstrate leadership and to witness the impact of Panhellenic at the University of Georgia. Katie is honored to lead this year’s Recruitment Counselors and is looking forward to seeing the incredible things they will accomplish during Recruitment in the fall!
Vice President of Standards
Jenna Harris is a third year from Cumming, GA majoring in Finance with certificates in Financial Technologies and Personal and Organizational Leadership. Jenna began her involvement with Panhellenic during her freshman year as a representative of Delta Zeta on the Junior Panhellenic Council. She served as Banner Chair for her chapter and, from there, was elected to become both Assistant Panhellenic Delegate and Panhellenic Delegate. Jenna served as a Recruitment Counselor during Fall 2022 Recruitment and volunteers at both the local City of Refuge and the UGA Student Food Pantry. She is a member of Women in Finance and Women in Business and is an ILA Spring Fellow through the Terry College of Business. If she is not in the Greek Life Office or in class, Jenna loves going to spin classes, walking on Milledge, painting, and going to UGA sporting events.
As Vice President of Standards, Jenna oversees the Panhellenic Council bylaws, judicial processes, risk management, scholarship, DEI, and the overall health and wellness of the Panhellenic community. Jenna serves as a resource to all chapters in educating them on these matters and strives to better the overall well-being of the Greek community. Her goal during her term is to make sure every woman feels safe and welcome within the Panhellenic community and to increase diversity by providing better access and awareness to financial scholarships. She is honored with the opportunity to serve and give back to the Panhellenic community!
Vice President of Public Relations
Caroline Roth is a third year Finance major from Lafayette, Louisiana and hopes to attend Medical school upon graduation. She began her involvement with Panhellenic by serving as the Assistant Delegate and later the Panhellenic Delegate as Director of Panhellenic Relations for Alpha Omicron Pi. She was also a Recruitment Counselor during 2022 Formal Recruitment and helped to lead and guide potential new members through the recruitment process. Apart from Panhellenic, Caroline is a member of the Order of Omega Honor Society and is involved in UGA Miracle, having served on both the Fundraising and Family Relations Committees. When she is not creating graphics or posting to the Panhellenic Instagram (@ugapanhellenic), she can be found walking down Milledge, cooking, or spending time with her friends. Caroline is not the best golfer, but she enjoys playing a round, and there is nothing she loves more than spending a weekend at the lake!
As Vice President of Public Relations, Caroline is responsible for engaging in all media aspects that involve the Panhellenic Council. She ensures that all social media platforms are used to promote Panhellenic and Greek accomplishments, to connect chapters to one another, and to nurture a greater sense of unity among members of the Panhellenic community. In her role, she is also tasked with the job of creating and distributing the Panhellenic Pointer, the primary recruitment guide provided to potential new members during formal recruitment. This year, Caroline hopes to utilize social media to spread the core values of UGA Panhellenic to audiences near and far. She is overjoyed to have been selected to serve on the Panhellenic Executive Board and is excited to be a part of the incredible work that she and her team will accomplish together!
Vice President of Philanthropy and Service
Savannah Cornell is a third year Risk Management major from Jefferson, Georgia. Over the past year, Savannah served as Student Pantry Director for the Panhellenic Council and worked directly with the UGA Student Food Pantry, established in 2011 to combat food insecurity on campus. In this role, she oversaw day-to-day operations and organized food drives, food orders, and volunteers. Savannah has served as both Vice President of Leadership and Panhellenic Delegate for her chapter, Alpha Gamma Delta, and she was also selected to lead potential new members through the recruitment process as a Recruitment Counselor in fall 2022. Apart from Greek Life, Savannah is involved in several other esteemed organizations on campus, including Gamma Iota Sigma and Women in Business. Savannah enjoys working out at her spin studio, movie nights, a good iced coffee, long walks down Milledge, and Trader Joe’s seasonal items.
As Vice President of Philanthropy and Service, Savannah oversees all of UGA Panhellenic’s philanthropic efforts and assists individual chapters with their own if and when necessary. She also coordinates Greek Life-wide events, such as Greek Day of Service, and helps facilitate all UGA Student Food Pantry operations, further establishing service opportunities across all four UGA Greek Life councils. She is very excited to get to step into this newer position and hopes to establish strong connections among the members of Panhellenic, Greek Life, and the greater Athens community.