Meet our Panhellenic Delegates
The Panhellenic Delegate is selected by her chapter to represent the sorority to the Rutgers Panhellenic Community. The Delegate attends monthly Council meetings and casts the chapter’s vote on all business matters. The Delegate is a crucial position who serves as a liaison between her chapter, other chapters and the larger sorority and fraternity community.
Alpha Chi Omega: Maggie Curran
Major: Communication with a specialization in Public Relations and Health
Hometown: Wall Township, NJ
Growing up, I always knew I wanted to join a sorority. I wanted to meet amazing people, gain leadership experience, and be a part of a smaller community while being at a big school. I am so happy I rushed and found my home in Alpha Chi Omega!
Alpha Gamma Delta: Ellie Rosenberg
Hometown: Flemington, NJ
I joined Panhel because I wanted to be a part of something bigger! Serving on my Chapter’s Executive Board has been very rewarding, however I wanted to broaden my professional development within the Panhellenic Community at large. As a Delegate, I have been able to gain a greater understanding of the commitment, organization and planning that creates a welcoming and enriching environment for all Sorority sisters. I have fostered my leadership and communication skills as well as responsibly in this position. If you’re looking for an opportunity to learn more about what makes being a part of a sorority so special or just become more involved, reach out to your chapter’s Delegate!! #PanhelLove
Alpha Omega Epsilon: Peri Vikatos
Hometown: Fort Lee, NJ
I decided to join a sorority because I wanted to be part of an organization of empowered women who uplift one another and use their collective strength to do good work within the community.
Delta Gamma: Lexi Olsen
Hometown: Hainesport, NJ
When I went through recruitment I wasn’t quite sure what to expect, but I’m so glad I did. I was able to find my sisterhood, as well as a welcoming community within the Rutgers Panhellenic organization. Being a sister of Delta Gamma, and a Panhel woman has helped me become the person I am today and has given me great experiences along the way. My best advice for those interested in joining our Panhel community would be to come into recruitment with an open mind, and trust the process!
Gamma Phi Beta: Justine Nagrowski
Hometown: Monroe Township, NJ
I joined Gamma Phi Beta because during recruitment I was able to open up and be my 100% self. All of the girls in G-Phi made me feel so loved every time I entered the house, until the second I left! To all those going through recruitment, don’t forget to be yourself and have fun, it’s all about finding your home!
Omega Phi Alpha: Nataly Calle
Major: Exercise Science
Hometown: East Brunswick, NJ
“I joined Greek Life because I wanted to find my small community at a big school like Rutgers I’ve met so many inspiring and empowering women who I consider life-long friends. Omega Phi Alpha has given me so many opportunities and experiences that I’m thankful for and have helped me grow as a person.”
Phi Mu: Atreyi Sanyal
Major: Political Science
If I had to give advice to a woman participating in recruitment, I’d say, stay true to yourself and what you value! Sometimes we let external expectations steer us in life but the rush process is there for you to find the forever home for YOU and no one else.
Phi Sigma Rho : Shreya Suresh
Major: Electrical & Computer Engineering
Hometown: South Brunswick, NJ
I joined Greek life because I wanted to meet some hardworking, empowering and confident women who I can grow and learn with!
Phi Sigma Sigma: Krissy DeRobertis
Major: Journalism & Media Studies
Hometown: Lyndhurst, NJ
If joining Greek life has ever crossed your mind, my advice to you is just do it! Going out for recruitment and joining my chapter as well as the Panhellenic community was the best decision of my life. Whether you are looking for personal or professional development, Greek life can empower you to become the best version of yourself.
Sigma Delta Tau: Claire Zwolak
Hometown: Philadelphia, PA
I was interested in going through recruitment from the start because I was from out of state and really knew no one at Rutgers. Recruitment was such a good way for me to meet so many new people that I now consider my family! I think that people should go through recruitment with an open mind and see who they click with! I am so excited to see what this year has in store for us! 🙂
Zeta Tau Alpha: Natalie Fella
Major: Supply Chain Management
Hometown: Flemington, NJ
I joined Greek life because Rutgers is such a big school and I wanted to be a part of something that made it feel a bit smaller. Greek life at Rutgers is like a family and it has truly changed my life. You really do find your home away from home and there are so many incredible opportunities that can come from it!