The Panhellenic Recruitment Team is responsible for the development and execution of all recruitment activities for the Fall and Spring. These activities include planning and hosting educational events for potential new members, promoting events via social and print media and providing skill–based programming for member chapters. The Team works to make the recruitment process a positive experience for all who are involved.

Branding and Outreach Coordinator

Creates information for distribution and display about sorority membership.  Communicates information to our Potential New Members via our social media,  newsletter and Formal Recruitment Guidebook.

Shellby Lawless (she/her/hers)

I am a Senior majoring in Theater Arts and have recently started course work at the Graduate School of Education with a focus in P-3 education. I joined in the Spring of 2023 and served as the Director of Social Media for my organization this past year. I am also a member of the Rutgers Performing Dance Company and work at the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center in the Box Office. Joining Greek life has shaped me into the leader I am today all while making lifelong friendships and giving back to my community. I’m excited to be on the Panhellenic Recruitment Team to continue improving the recruitment process and showing that Greek life can be a home for all different types of women.

Liaison to non-NPC Sororities

Our Panhellenic Council is proud to have two member chapters that offer something a little different.  Alpha Omega Epsilon is a professional and social sorority for women who are majoring in Engineering and the technical sciences.  Phi Sigma Rho is a social sorority for women in Engineering and Engineering technologies.   Our Liaison works to ensure that accurate info about these member groups is shared with interested women so they are aware of all the membership options within the Council.

Rachel Hall (she/her/hers)

I’m a Junior majoring in Exercise Science with a minor in Business Administration. I joined Alpha Omega Epsilon in Fall 2023 and was immediately welcomed with open arms by all the sisters and knew that I had found my home. I have been able to gain valuable leadership experience through my roles as Recruitment Chair and Public Relations and Merchandising Chair both through collaborating with my sisters and with other organizations. I am looking forward to serving as the Non-NPC Liason and with the rest of the Panhellenic Recruitment team to help other girls find their home.

Operations and Events Coordinators

Create and facilitate recruitment events specifically designed to meet the needs of first-year, upper-class, commuter and transfer students.

Kayla Sullivan (she/her/hers)

Hi! I’m a senior majoring in Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies and studying Early Childhood Education in the Graduate School of Education. I joined my chapter in the spring of 2022, and am currently the Director of Community Service. I love meeting new people during recruitment and can’t wait to serve on the Recruitment Team to grow alongside strong, independent women!

Recruitment Counselor Coordinators

Administer the selection and training process for 30 Recruitment Counselors (better known as “Pi Chis”) who are sorority members serving as guides to women participating in the formal NPC sorority recruitment in the spring.

Diana Bendit (she/her/hers)

I am a Senior double majoring in Communication and Journalism & Media Studies. I joined Spring 2022, and since have held 2 VP and 2 Director positions, including VP Membership (recruitment) and Director of Recruitment Records. I have also had the opportunity to serve on our national Collegiate Advisory Board to help bring an understanding to our leaders about how Greek life is evolving on college campuses. My chapter experiences have been extremely rewarding and I am excited to continue having an impact on Panhellenic Recruitment as a Pi Chi Coordinator!

Olivia Dworakowski (she/her/hers)

I’m a Senior at Rutgers majoring in Psychology with a plan on getting a PhD in Clinical Psychology. I joined my Panhellenic organization as a sophomore in 2023 and couldn’t have imagined being a part of a more wonderful supportive community of women. During spring recruitment 2024 I had the opportunity to take on the role as a Pi chi where I helped mentor PNMs throughout their recruitment process. This academic year I took on the position of Pi Chi coordinator where I will continue to mentor PNMs as well as help the Panhellenic counsel with recruitment.