President – Ashlyn Pedersen
Ashlyn Pedersen is a Junior Telecommunications Media Studies major from League City, Texas. She also is pursuing a minor in Business and a certificate in Strategic Communication. Before being elected as President, Ashlyn served as the Panhellenic Vice President of Public Relations and as Standards for her chapter. Her goal this year is to unite the Greek community and to make sure every woman is represented and heard. She says being a Sorority woman has changed her life for the better and urges more students to consider going Greek!
Executive Vice President – Morgan Cox
Morgan Cox is a Sophomore Political Science major from Missouri City, Texas. Prior to being elected to CPC as the Executive Vice President, Morgan served as her chapters House Manager and served on the Bid Day Committee.
Vice President of Recruitment – Staci Rende
Staci Rende is a Junior Sports Management major from Lewisville, Texas. Before being elected as the Vice President of Recruitment, Staci served her chapter as Vice President of Recruitment and as one of their philanthropy event chairs. Through these positions, she has gained a love for philanthropy and learned of the importance of encouraging women to reach their full potential. She hopes to give back to the Greek community by continuing to improve the recruitment process and promote unity between our incredible 14 chapters! Gig ‘Em and Go Greek!
Vice President of Finance – Madison Pratt
Madison Pratt is a sophomore business honors major from Belton, Texas. She has served as the Vice President of ritual and fraternity, assistant Vice President of finance, and on various philanthropy committees.
Vice President of Judicial Affairs & Accountability – Audrey Musnon
Audrey Munson is a Junior Chemical Engineering major from Arlington, Texas with a minor in Business Management. Prior to being elected Vice President of Judicial Affairs and Accountability, Audrey served as her chapter’s Vice President of Operations. Outside of Greek life, Audrey is an active member of the Student Engineers’ Council, where she serves on the Executive Council, and of the AggiE_Challenge undergraduate research program. As a member of CPC, Audrey is excited to serve as a representative for Texas A&M Greek life and give back to the Greek community that has given so much to her.
Vice President of Public Relations – Kerigan Kent
Kerigan Kent is a junior Telecommunications Media Studies major with a minor in Tourism Management. Before being elected as Vice President of Public Relations, Kerigan continuously served on her chapters PR committee and was a Panhellenic Recruitment Counselor. She had such an incredible experience working with the Panhellenic community as a Recruitment Counselor which led her to apply for this position. She is so honored to hold this position and cannot wait to serve a community that has given her so much!
Vice President Campus & Community Relations – Nicole Ploetz
Nicole is a Junior Communication and Political Science double major with a minor in Business from Arlington, Texas. Prior to being elected Vice President of Campus and Community Relations, Nicole served as her chapter’s Sisterhood chair and Panhellenic Delegate on the Collegiate Panhellenic Council.
Director of Membership Development – Sarah Gerlich
Sarah Gerlich is a Junior Finance Major from Bellaire, Texas. After graduation she hopes to work in the fashion industry with a career that allows her to travel. Before being elected to CPC, Sarah served her chapter as the Panhellenic Delegate which involved her in many Panhellenic and chapter events. She is also currently a member of the Student Retailing Association and has worked on campus as a tutor as well as a student worker of events. After being involved in her chapter she knew she wanted to get more involved in the Greek community as a whole. She is so excited to serve as the Director of Membership Development and hopes to use her position to empower the women of the Greek Community.
Director of Chapter Relations – Amanda Lilly
Amanda Lilly is a junior Economics major. She previously served on the Collegiate Panhellenic Council as VP Finance. Amanda is looking forward to seeing Circle of Sisterhood grow this year!
Director of Communications – Maddey Thomson
Maddey Thomson is a junior Marketing major from Fort Worth, TX! She is so honored and excited to serve as the 2018 Director of Communications! Before CPC, she held various role within her chapter including serving as the Public Relations Vice President for the past year. She can’t wait to grow the Panhellenic community even more within her position!
CPC Administrative Secretary – Meagan Kelly
Meagan Kelly is a senior Management major with a focus in Human Resources from Dallas, Texas. She is also pursuing a minor in Economics and a certificate in International Business. Meagan plans on getting her Masters in Human Resources after she graduates, and eventually getting her doctorate so she can become a professor. Meagan is excited for this upcoming year as Administrative Secretary of CPC because she wants to bring sorority women closer together.
Director of Recruitment - Megan Biesiada
Rho Gamma Coordinators - Erin Sheldon & Courtney Howze
Event Coordinators - Alix Vinson & Laura Jenkins
Computer Coordinators - Chandler Wright & Allyson Gordon