Meet our Panhellenic Delegates!

The Panhellenic Delegate is selected by her chapter to represent the organization 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.

 

Maggie Curran, Alpha Chi Omega:

Major: Communication with a specialization in Public Relations

Hometown: Wall Township, NJ

“Growing up, I always knew I wanted to join a sorority. I wanted to meet amazing people, gain leadership opportunities, 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!”

 

Daniella Bosco, Alpha Gamma Delta:

Major: Psychology

Hometown: Manalapan, NJ

“I joined AGD to find my place in such a big school. Freshman year was rough for me so I decided to join sophomore year to feel more at home!”

 

Peri Vikatos, Alpha Omega Epsilon:

Major: Psychology

Hometown: Fort Lee

“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.”

 

Shannon Bobb, Delta Gamma:

 

Alana Gomez-Solis, Gamma Phi Beta:

Major: Marketing

Hometown: Montville, NJ

“I went out for recruitment to find sisters to count on whether it’s for a good laugh, a little pick-me-up, or a last minute study date, and I can confidently say that I found my second home! I am so grateful to be surrounded by such empowering, encouraging, and positive women.” 

 

Caleigh Jones, Phi Mu:

Major: Health Administration

Hometown: Middlesex, NJ

“I decided to join a sorority to become more involved on campus and make the most of my time at Rutgers. Since joining in the Fall of 2018, I have met so many amazing women throughout the Panhellenic community and have grown so much as an individual.”

 

Rachel Altschuler, Phi Sigma Rho:

Major: Statistics/Mathematics

Hometown: Moorestown, NJ

“I wanted a way to make such a big school smaller and find my home away from home, which I absolutely did find by joining a sorority! When I rushed PSR, I felt so welcomed and I ended up finding an amazing group of girls in STEM who continuously support me, encourage me, and inspire me to be the best I can be.”

 

Faith D’Alessandro, Phi Sigma Sigma:

Major: History and in the GSE 

Hometown: Middletown, NJ 

“I joined a sorority to find my home away from home! By joining Phi Sigma Sigma I was truly able to find my second family and friends that will last forever!”

 

Shari Javines, Omega Phi Alpha:

Major: Health Administration and Political Science

Hometown: Barnegat, NJ

“I joined Omega Phi Alpha because I wanted to make a small, trusted community of sisters in the big environment that is Rutgers. I think it is really important to find people who can support you in different ways as you navigate your academic career. Joining a sorority definitely allowed me to network, make friendships, and find opportunities to have fun and do service  with a group of amazing, passionate people who share similar values and interests.”

 

Morgan Siebenberg, Sigma Delta Tau:

Major: Psychology

Hometown: Ocean Township, NJ

“I decided to join a sorority because I needed something to force me out of my comfort zone in college! I had a small friend group my first semester that I was content with, but I still wanted to be more of a part of the Rutgers community! I loved it so much that running for an executive board position wasn’t even a question!”

 

Jillian Lozano, Sigma Kappa:

Major: Psychology, minor in Education

Hometown: Springfield, NJ

“As a transfer student, I struggled with trying to make Rutgers feel like home. I decided to rush because I wanted to be a part of a community of like minded women who support each other through thick and thin.”

 

Alex Zanki, Zeta Tau Alpha:

Major: Supply Chain Management 

Hometown: Wyckoff, NJ

“To make such a big school like Rutgers feel a little smaller. Not only do I have an entire chapter of sisters I met who are role models and friends, but being able to meet so many people in the Panhellenic Community helped me find a place to call home at such a large school.”