Meet The Panhellenic Association Executive Board!

Lexi DeFalco    President   Hometown: Raleigh, North Carolina  Major: Elementary Education  Minor: Nonprofit Studies & Women and Gender Studies  I chose to join Panhellenic because I wanted a community on campus that would help me grow and meet new people. Through Panhellenic, I’ve found that my sisters, both in my chapter and within the Panhellenic community as a whole, constantly amaze and inspire me with the incredible things they are doing and accomplishing on campus and around the world. These women have empowered me to try new things, encouraged me to be confident in my words and in my actions, and have pushed me to be the very best version of myself. For me, this community has been real and authentic. I feel so lucky to have a place on campus that feels so much like home and I hope that all of the amazing women here at NC State have that same opportunity.

Lexi DeFalco

President

Hometown: Raleigh, North Carolina

Major: Elementary Education

Minor: Nonprofit Studies & Women and Gender Studies

I chose to join Panhellenic because I wanted a community on campus that would help me grow and meet new people. Through Panhellenic, I’ve found that my sisters, both in my chapter and within the Panhellenic community as a whole, constantly amaze and inspire me with the incredible things they are doing and accomplishing on campus and around the world. These women have empowered me to try new things, encouraged me to be confident in my words and in my actions, and have pushed me to be the very best version of myself. For me, this community has been real and authentic. I feel so lucky to have a place on campus that feels so much like home and I hope that all of the amazing women here at NC State have that same opportunity.

Hali Reese    Executive Vice President   Hometown: Furman, South Carolina  Major: Elementary Education  Hey y’all! I'm Hali Reese, and I have the pleasure of serving the Panhellenic Association at NC State as the Executive Vice President. The Panhellenic Association has provided a home away from home for so many young women, myself included. With a focus on building a strong community, strong leaders, and strong women - women within our chapters are truly able to live out our NC State Motto of "Think and Do" every day. Becoming a Panhellenic woman on our campus has given me confidence in myself, mental as well as physical strength, and most importantly an incredible support team. Raleigh, NC State, and the Panhellenic association have enabled me to truly become the women I am meant to be, and I hope it will do the same for you. See y’all at Carter-Finley, and of course...GO PACK!!

Hali Reese

Executive Vice President

Hometown: Furman, South Carolina

Major: Elementary Education

Hey y’all! I'm Hali Reese, and I have the pleasure of serving the Panhellenic Association at NC State as the Executive Vice President. The Panhellenic Association has provided a home away from home for so many young women, myself included. With a focus on building a strong community, strong leaders, and strong women - women within our chapters are truly able to live out our NC State Motto of "Think and Do" every day. Becoming a Panhellenic woman on our campus has given me confidence in myself, mental as well as physical strength, and most importantly an incredible support team. Raleigh, NC State, and the Panhellenic association have enabled me to truly become the women I am meant to be, and I hope it will do the same for you. See y’all at Carter-Finley, and of course...GO PACK!!

Maggie Jordan    Vice President of Finance   Hometown: Charlotte, NC  Major: Business Administration- Finance  Minor: Accounting and Spanish  I love NC State because it has become a second home to me and has such an incredible and supportive atmosphere. Panhellenic has been an extension of that by surrounding me with so many supportive and empowered women who help me grow into the best person I can be every day. The Panhellenic community has made me a better leader, friend, and student, and I will always be grateful for that.

Maggie Jordan

Vice President of Finance

Hometown: Charlotte, NC

Major: Business Administration- Finance

Minor: Accounting and Spanish

I love NC State because it has become a second home to me and has such an incredible and supportive atmosphere. Panhellenic has been an extension of that by surrounding me with so many supportive and empowered women who help me grow into the best person I can be every day. The Panhellenic community has made me a better leader, friend, and student, and I will always be grateful for that.

Sheridan Lee    Vice President of Community Outreach   Hometown: Pound Ridge, New York  Major: Applied Nutrition  Minor: Psychology  Being a part of the Panhellenic Association has empowered me to step out of my comfort zone and become more involved on campus. This organization has shaped me into the woman and leader that I want to be. I have been able to take on new opportunities because I know my sisters will support me through thick and thin. Being a Panhellenic woman has helped me gain confidence in myself that I can do anything that I put my mind to. I am so happy to be a part of an organization that accepts me for who I am and allows me to be myself.

Sheridan Lee

Vice President of Community Outreach

Hometown: Pound Ridge, New York

Major: Applied Nutrition

Minor: Psychology

Being a part of the Panhellenic Association has empowered me to step out of my comfort zone and become more involved on campus. This organization has shaped me into the woman and leader that I want to be. I have been able to take on new opportunities because I know my sisters will support me through thick and thin. Being a Panhellenic woman has helped me gain confidence in myself that I can do anything that I put my mind to. I am so happy to be a part of an organization that accepts me for who I am and allows me to be myself.

Samantha Fiore    Vice President of Communication   Hometown: Springfield, New Jersey  Major: Business Administration  Minor: Psychology  I came to NC State from the smallest, all girls school you could imagine. The girls I met in high school were my family, and I knew coming to college I wanted to find the same thing. In order to do this I went through formal Panhellenic recruitment and a found a whole new family. I could not imagine my college career without my sisters by my side. I joined the Panhellenic Executive board because I wanted to be involved with community wide problem solving. A fun fact about me is that I am an avid dog lover.

Samantha Fiore

Vice President of Communication

Hometown: Springfield, New Jersey

Major: Business Administration

Minor: Psychology

I came to NC State from the smallest, all girls school you could imagine. The girls I met in high school were my family, and I knew coming to college I wanted to find the same thing. In order to do this I went through formal Panhellenic recruitment and a found a whole new family. I could not imagine my college career without my sisters by my side. I joined the Panhellenic Executive board because I wanted to be involved with community wide problem solving. A fun fact about me is that I am an avid dog lover.

Ava Ritter    Vice President of Programming   Hometown: Cary, NC  Major: Economics  Minor: Mathematics  Being a Panhellenic woman has allowed me to discover skills and leadership abilties I didn't know I was capable. Joining a sorority allowed me countless opportunities and experiences that are like no other. In addition, being part of Panhellenic has given me the best friends and strongest support system that never wavers and I couldn't be more thankful for them! Fun Fact is I know how to crochet and I was president of yarn club in high school!

Ava Ritter

Vice President of Programming

Hometown: Cary, NC

Major: Economics

Minor: Mathematics

Being a Panhellenic woman has allowed me to discover skills and leadership abilties I didn't know I was capable. Joining a sorority allowed me countless opportunities and experiences that are like no other. In addition, being part of Panhellenic has given me the best friends and strongest support system that never wavers and I couldn't be more thankful for them! Fun Fact is I know how to crochet and I was president of yarn club in high school!

Emily Lindsay    Vice President of Philanthropy   Hometown: Chesapeake City, Maryland  Major: Elementary Education  I joined the Panhellenic Executive Board because I wanted to meet more amazing women outside of my chapter. After joining my organization, I was amazed at how inspiring it was to be surrounded by so many powerful sisters, and I knew we were capable of making a difference. Knowing the power of just one chapter drove me to be a part of something even larger. I am very passionate about philanthropy and service, so I couldn’t be any happier in my position as VP of Philanthropy.

Emily Lindsay

Vice President of Philanthropy

Hometown: Chesapeake City, Maryland

Major: Elementary Education

I joined the Panhellenic Executive Board because I wanted to meet more amazing women outside of my chapter. After joining my organization, I was amazed at how inspiring it was to be surrounded by so many powerful sisters, and I knew we were capable of making a difference. Knowing the power of just one chapter drove me to be a part of something even larger. I am very passionate about philanthropy and service, so I couldn’t be any happier in my position as VP of Philanthropy.

Casey Hogeboom    Director of Recruitment   Hometown: Davidson, North Carolina  Major: Business Administration- Operations and Supply Chain  The Panhellenic community has allowed me to grow into a strong and idealized woman. I have not only gained a strong network of girls with like-minded values, but also a sense of belonging. I no longer see myself as only a member of my chapter but a member of Panhellenic with sisters in all different organizations. I have been able to lead in ways I never imagined and I truly feel like every move I make benefits the Panhellenic community. I will be forever grateful that N.C. State has built a Panhellenic community centered on building other woman up and I hope to continue the legacy.

Casey Hogeboom

Director of Recruitment

Hometown: Davidson, North Carolina

Major: Business Administration- Operations and Supply Chain

The Panhellenic community has allowed me to grow into a strong and idealized woman. I have not only gained a strong network of girls with like-minded values, but also a sense of belonging. I no longer see myself as only a member of my chapter but a member of Panhellenic with sisters in all different organizations. I have been able to lead in ways I never imagined and I truly feel like every move I make benefits the Panhellenic community. I will be forever grateful that N.C. State has built a Panhellenic community centered on building other woman up and I hope to continue the legacy.

Haley Newton    Vice President of Membership   Hometown: Rutherfordton, North Carolina  Major: Biological Sciences - Human Biology Concentration  Minor: Microbiology and Spanish  Being a Panhellenic woman has given more to me than I ever could have imagined. When I moved to Raleigh, I was unsure of myself, my capabilities, and my decision to come to NC State. I joined Panhellenic to find a smaller community within NC State, but I ended up finding confidence, leadership, and the girls who will stand beside me on my wedding day. I would not be the student, leader, or woman that I am without the support of this empowering community, and I feel so lucky to be part of it!

Haley Newton

Vice President of Membership

Hometown: Rutherfordton, North Carolina

Major: Biological Sciences - Human Biology Concentration

Minor: Microbiology and Spanish

Being a Panhellenic woman has given more to me than I ever could have imagined. When I moved to Raleigh, I was unsure of myself, my capabilities, and my decision to come to NC State. I joined Panhellenic to find a smaller community within NC State, but I ended up finding confidence, leadership, and the girls who will stand beside me on my wedding day. I would not be the student, leader, or woman that I am without the support of this empowering community, and I feel so lucky to be part of it!

Julia Firnhaber    Director of Sorority Recruitment Counselors   Hometown: Greenville, North Carolina  Major: Nutrition Science  Minor: French  I went Panhellenic because I knew I needed a strong support system on campus and saw congruence between my values and those of my chapter's. I have found that support system in Panhellenic and so much more than I had expected. By taking the step to become a Panhellenic woman I am now part of a huge community of women who build each other up every single day and motivate me to pursue even my most ambitious goals.

Julia Firnhaber

Director of Sorority Recruitment Counselors

Hometown: Greenville, North Carolina

Major: Nutrition Science

Minor: French

I went Panhellenic because I knew I needed a strong support system on campus and saw congruence between my values and those of my chapter's. I have found that support system in Panhellenic and so much more than I had expected. By taking the step to become a Panhellenic woman I am now part of a huge community of women who build each other up every single day and motivate me to pursue even my most ambitious goals.