2024-25 Board Members

Nikita Kumar (she/her/hers), Director

I’m a member of Phi Mu and a rising Senior majoring in Biology and minoring in Psychology. I wanted to be involved in the CWC after being surrounded by so many inspiring and empowering women of color during my time in Greek life. This organization has provided an incredible outlet to celebrate all the unique qualities and differences of sisterhood as women of color while continuously embracing all individuals throughout the Panhellenic community with open arms. My advice to all women of color going through recruitment would be to be yourself and keep an open mind. Remember to stay true to yourself and embrace the unique qualities and aspects that make you the person you are! 

 VP of Administration

Ruhi Desai



I am a member of Phi Sigma Sigma and a rising Junior majoring in Finance with a concentration in Entrepreneurship.  The CWC provides a strong foundation for women of color to be seen and heard within the Panhellenic community, and celebrating that is most important to me. I am committed to providing safe resources and awareness to women of color within Greek life and promoting the excellence that comes along with diversity. I can’t wait to work with the amazing women on this team during recruitment and celebrating the advancement of WOC in different areas. My advice to PNMs is to truly be yourself and be confident in your individuality!

Directors of Programming

Jen Lee

Sidhya Sriram

I am a member of Alpha Chi Omega and a rising junior, majoring in Psychology and minoring in Public Health. I discovered the CWC after talking to many sisters during recruitment and I immediately knew I wanted to be a part of the CWC and show other women of color that there is a place for them in the Panhellenic community. The CWC has been so important to me during my time in a sorority, allowing me to meet other women of color and share our stories in the hopes of making a difference. I want every woman of color going through recruitment to know that any nerves they may be feeling are completely normal, but there is a place for you within this community that will allow you to embrace who you are and be proud of yourself!”


Programming Team Members

Gabrielle Cooke

I am a member of Alpha Chi Omega and a rising Sophomore, majoring in Criminal Justice and minoring in Critical Intelligence Studies. I am so excited to be a part of CWC and I am looking forward to building a strong sisterhood with a diverse group of women I can work with and learn from. I endeavor to embrace the ideals of this community and sharing it with others to come. My hope is that we continue to grow in our truths and expand in our beliefs.

Raima Khan

Tori Kuo

I’m a member of Phi Sigma Sigma and a rising junior with a major in biology and minor in nutrition. Becoming a part of the CWC was important to me because of the community it brings together. Although this is my first year being a part of the Panhellenic community, these girls have already provided an amazing outlet to all women of color and just to the sisterhood in general. Knowing about the CWC during rush was one of the key reasons I felt at ease during the process, and I cannot beaut to provide that to other girls and being our community closer together. My advice to the PNM’s is to stay true to yourself and have fun during the process!

Director of Community Outreach

Serene Anbu


Amanda Lim

I’m a part of Alpha Chi Omega and a rising junior majoring in Cognitive Science and Computer Science. I joined the CWC because I believe that empowering, supporting, and celebrating women of color and their voices is vital for the Panhel. I am so grateful to be surrounded by strong women of diverse backgrounds and identities, and I am committed to promoting awareness and acceptance to bring us closer together as a community. My advice for women of color who are in the recruitment process is to ask meaningful questions and embrace exactly who you are. Being unapologetically yourself while learning more about each chapter’s qualities will help you pave the way to where you can certainly stay true to who you are!

Directors of Public Relations

Anushka Karthik

Rohini Malagi

I am a member of Phi Mu and a rising Sophomore majoring in Political Science and double minoring in German and History. The CWC was a large reason I felt so confident to rush and it alleviated any concerns I had about joining Greek life. I knew I wanted to join this amazing organization that amplifies the voices of women of color in sororities. My advice to women of color going through recruitment is to follow your heart and remember that the Panhellenic community is a community for everyone!