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Meet Panhellenic

Spotlight on Drury's Panhellenic leaders

Drury Panhellenic Council is the governing body of the sororities at Drury University. Panhellenic Council works to promote unity between sorority chapters and to ensure excellence throughout the Drury Greek system. Panhellenic Council has been restructured to allow for a more cohesive partnership between the Panhellenic and Interfraternity Councils; each officer works with their respective counterpart and one or both staff advisors.

Rob Neiss
Director of Greek Life & Student Activities
(417) 873-3061
rneiss@drury.edu


Mallory Pinson

President

Sorority: Disaffiliated 

Year: Senior

Major: Economics

Hometown: Kansas City, Missouri

Favorite thing about Greek life: "Finding the community of people who helped me realize how to feel fully confident, grow in to a leader, and love everyone despite differences.”

Jerrica Shine

Vice President of Standards

Sorority: Disaffiliated

Year: Junior

Major: Organizational and Leadership Communication

Hometown: Springfield, Missouri

Favorite thing about Greek life: “Being able to be in a sisterhood of girls who hold my same values close to their hearts and see things in me that I cannot see in myself, and to be in an even larger Panhellenic community where the women are different from me but always find ways to push me to new horizons each and every day.”

Lindsey Hedrick

Vice President of Recruitment 

Sorority: Disaffiliated

Year: Senior

Major: Psychology and Criminology

Hometown: Springfield, Missouri

Favorite thing about Greek life: "The Greek community. It doesn't matter who you are affiliated with because it is so easy to befriend everyone. Our Greek community supports other's philanthropy events and everyone hypes up others events. This is something I believe you can't find at other larger universities.”

 

Madison Hadler

Vice President of Events 

Sorority: Disaffiliated

Year: Junior

Major: Strategic Communications and Political Science

Hometown: St. Louis, Missouri

Favorite thing about Greek life: “The amount of supportive women i have gained through being in greek. I know if i ever need help, I could look to any of my Panhellenic women and know that they would be there for me no matter what.”

 

Lauren Slamb

Vice President of Administration  

Sorority: Disaffiliated

Year: Junior

Major: Strategic Communication and Graphic & Digital Design

Hometown: Nixa, Missouri

Favorite thing about Greek Life: “The people (everyone is so welcoming no matter who you are or what organization you are apart. Each person goes out of their way to make sure you feel loved and that has been such a blessing to have in my life).”

 

Sydney Phillips

Delta Delta Delta Chapter Delegate 

Sorority: Delta Delta Delta

Year: Senior

Major: Math and Secondary Education

Hometown: Strafford, Missouri

Favorite thing about Greek life: "My favorite thing about Greek life is being a part of a family of women that I know I can count on for anything and everything. We work together to help others and better ourselves and I think that's so incredible."

 

Ka' Rita Eddings

Kappa Delta Chapter Delegate

Sorority: Kappa Delta

Year: Junior

Major: Psychology and Community Health

Hometown: St. Louis, Missouri

Favorite thing about Greek life: "I love how I can feel confident in being myself around everyone I meet. Greek Life has given me countless opportunities to break out of my comfort zone as well as provided a true, genuine support system that would last for a lifetime."

 

Alyssa Hertel

Pi Beta Phi Chapter Delegate

Sorority: Pi Beta Phi

Year: Sophomore

Major: Biochemistry

Hometown: Oak Grove, Missouri

Favorite thing about Greek life: “I love getting to know such awesome people and getting to give back to the community.”

 

Jayne Roller

Zeta Tau Alpha Chapter Delegate

Sorority: Zeta Tau Alpha

Year: Junior

Major: Political Science

Hometown: Springfield, Missouri

Favorite thing about Greek life: “I love feeling tied to campus life, and getting to be an active part of the community.”