Hey! I’m Madison Reed and I am your Panhellenic President this year! I am from Oldham County, Kentucky and a junior majoring in Psychology and minoring in Pre-Expressive Therapy. I joined Greek Life in the Fall of 2014 during Primary Recruitment. I became Greek because I watched my older sister rush at University of Kentucky. I wanted a home away from home and I knew that joining the Greek community would give me just that-- a sense of belonging. Becoming Greek was one of the best college decisions I have ever made. It has allowed me to become a leader, make life long friendships, and also allow me to explore what my passions are. Going Greek allows you to grow trendeously in who you are. Not to mention, you make friends that last beyond the 4 years who love and support you unconditionally all while cheering you on to chase your dreams. I work for the Office of Admissions as a Student Brand Ambassador and also at Meaningful Day Services where I provide Applied Behavioral Analysis therapy to clients who have Autism or Down Syndrome! My hobbies include painting, working out, thrift store shopping, sleeping, and watching Netflix. Go Greek if you are looking for a student organization that not only betters you, but enables you to become more than just yourself!
Vice President of Recruitment
Hey everyone! I'm Sarah Mann, Panhellenic's Vice President of Recruitment. I'm from Tell City, IN and I'm a junior Psychology major and Criminal Justice minor. I currently work as a cashier at CVS. I love going to the movies, reading, watching Netflix, playing with my dog and guinea pig, and relaxing with my sisters. I joined Greek Life during primary recruitment in the Fall of 2014. I went through recruitment because I was a freshman wanting to find my place in college. I didn't know anyone except for my roommate, so I figured recruitment was the perfect opportunity to make friends. If there's one reason I have for you to go Greek, it's because Greek life helps you grow, not only as a person, but as a friend and leader. There are so many great opportunities from going Greek: from great leadership skills to many service and philanthropy events. My advice to you is to go Greek if you want to be apart of something bigger than yourself.
Internal Vice President
Hi ladies! My name is Catie Sorrell and I am the Internal Vice President this year. I am from Borden, Indiana and I am in my sophomore year as an Elementary Education Major. When I first came to IUS I never thought that sorority life was for me. I walked around all of the info tables and decided to register. Going through recruitment was the best decision that I have ever made! I have met so many new people inside and outside of my sorority. I joined Greek life in the fall of 2015 during Primary Recruitment. Going Greek has influenced me in being a leader and being more outspoken. Being in a sorority allows you to not only have sisters in your chapter but it also allows your Panhellenic sisters to be there for you also. Joining a sorority is filled not about making friends while in college, these are also your fiends that you will have years down the road. Besides being in a sorority I am also a Gymnastics Coach at SIGS in New Albany, Indiana and work at Mt. Tabor Elementary School. My favorite hobby is shopping! I am so excited for recruitment so that I can help others find their home away from home! It's not just 4 years, it's for life!