Ramie Zenner is a Junior Supply Chain Management major from Houston, Texas. Prior to being elected as President, she served as the Director of Chapter Relations on the Collegiate Panhellenic Council and held various roles within her own chapter. One of her primary goals is to continue to build a strong Greek community through the embodiment and promotion of Panhellenic values. The second of Ramie’s priorities is to inspire and empower women to build strong friendships and reach their highest potential. Her time spent in the Greek community has been both rewarding and fulfilling and is an experience that she urges other Texas A&M students to consider.
Vice President of Recruitment - Julie Dickerson
Julie Dickerson is a Junior Marketing major from Rockwall, Texas. Before being elected as the Vice President of Recruitment, Julie served her chapter as Vice President of Membership, Membership Assistant, and as a mentor for the newest pledge class. Through these positions, she has furthered her passion for the Greek community and realized the importance of building meaningful relationships. She is excited to start working on improving the recruitment process and building stronger sisterhood bonds within the Greek community! Gig 'Em and Go Greek!
Vice President of Finance - Amanda Lilly
Amanda Lilly, a sophomore economics major and psychology minor, looks forward to serving the Panhellenic community as Vice President of Finance. Prior to her role on the council, she was the treasurer of her own sorority. Outside of Greek Life, Amanda is a member of the Texas A&M Economics Society. She hopes that through her role on CPC she can give back to the community that has helped shape her.
Vice President of Judicial Affairs & Accountability - Erika Pfeuffer
Erika Pfeuffer is a Junior Agricultural Economics major from New Braunfels, Texas with a minor in Horticulture. She plans to use her degree to manage the businesses her family owns as well as pursue a career in real estate. Prior to being elected Vice President of Judicial Affairs and Accountability, Erika served as her chapter’s Executive Vice President and then as Panhellenic Delegate on the Collegiate Panhellenic Council. Outside of Greek life, Erika is an active member in Order of Omega. As a sixth generation Aggie, Erika 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 - Ashlyn Pedersen
Ashlyn Pedersen is a Sophomore Telecommunications-Media Studies major from League City, Texas. Previously to being elected as the Vice President of Public Relations she served on the standards committee, as a mentor for new members and on sisterhood committee within her chapter. She also works in positions outside of Greek life including as a chair in a FLO and on the board of the Assistive Mapping Project Non-Profit. Her goal is to work as a Public Relations manager for a cosmetics company. She has a passion for marketing and PR and the Greek community! She says going Greek has changed her life in the best way possible.
Vice President Campus & Community Relations - Lauren Westbrook
Lauren Westbrook is a Junior marketing major from Dallas, TX. Before serving as VP of Campus and Community Relations, she served as her chapter's marketing chair and was active in philanthropy team. Through these positions, she gained such a huge appreciation for sisterhood. Lauren hopes to bring her passion for sisterhood to unite the Greek community this year through Circle of Sisterhood and Redefinition Week. She is excited to promote a new philanthropy and to work with the Panhellenic women to promote unity in the community.
Director of Membership Development - Allie Savage
Allie Savage is a Junior Marketing Major from Frisco, Texas who is also pursuing a certificate in International Business. After graduation she hopes to work in analytics and consulting with a career that allows her to travel. Before being elected to CPC, Allie served her chapter as the Panhellenic Delegate which involved her in many panhellenic and chapter 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 further Greek unity at Texas A&M
Director of Chapter Relations - Sarah Biemer
Sarah Biemer is a senior Anthropology major from Austin, Texas with a minor in Psychology and Sociology. After graduation, she plans to attend law school. Before being elected to CPC, Sarah served her chapter as the Vice President of New Member Education and Big/Little Chairman. She is also currently a member of the Order of Omega Honor Society. Through her position as Director of Chapter Relations, Sarah hopes to continue to promote Greek life at Texas A&M, as well as further unify the Panhellenic community.
CPC Administrative Secretary - Lauren Lanier
Lauren Lanier is a junior pursuing her Bachelor’s degree in Supply Chain Management in Mays Business School. She is from Willis, Texas and is a first generation Aggie, Whoop! Lauren is very involved in various committees within her own chapter and has served as an education mentor. Outside of Greek life, she is an active member of Aggie Supply Chain Professionals (ASCP) and has been a teacher assistant for four different business classes. Lauren is so excited to be serving as the Administrative Secretary of CPC and hopes to promote Panhellenic spirit by organizing and keeping track of Panhellenic Points.