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Member Spotlight

Read about some of our Active Members' unique experiences in Panhellenic

Maya Winslow

Gamma Phi Beta (MC '20)
Finance & Marketing Majors

Leadership Role(s):
I LOVE getting to work with philanthropy within the Panhellenic community. The best part about what I do is getting to see the excitement in the eyes of the girls in my chapter when they bring forward the causes they are passionate about. Getting to help them introduce what they care about to the larger FSL community is the greatest honor!

Favorite Memory with Gamma Phi Beta:

My favorite GPhi memories aren’t some grand moment — it’s the little things that stick with me the most. A sister having a charging cord when you need it most, someone packing a snack for chapter because they know you haven’t been home all day, a text of encouragement before a big test — it’s these moments that make me so grateful for our little community.

Advice you would give to a PNM:
I’d tell a PNM to be their most authentic self. At the end of the day you are looking for your lifelong friends — you’ll want to end up in the chapter where you feel comfortable and confident being the most unapologetically you version of yourself that you can be! Your experience is YOURS, no one else’s, so do what makes you happy

Taylor Katz

Kappa Alpha Theta (MC '19)
Behavioral Neuroscience Major & Changemaking Minor

Leadership Role(s):
Throughout my years in Theta, I was the Scholarship Director and VP Administration. I also took on the position of VP Panhellenic the beginning of my junior year. My favorite part of holding a leadership position in my sorority was the bonds and connections I formed with all of the girls in the chapter. With my leadership role with Panhellenic, I loved how I could interact with everyone in both my chapter and other chapters at our school. At the Panhellenic meetings I actually met one of my best friends at USD :)

Favorite Memory with Kappa Alpha Theta:

My favorite memory with my chapter was our family weekend hike. Our chapter hiked Torrey Pines and it was the only day that weekend that it rained. It never stopped raining our entire hike but we all pushed through and completed the hike instead of giving up and rescheduling the event. I met new members, their parents and siblings, and made more connections with current members in Theta. Throughout the entire hike, I just remember looking around thinking how lucky I was to have all of these girls alongside me throughout college and life.

Advice you would give to a PNM:
Go into recruitment with an open mind and do what feels right in your heart because at the end of the day all that matters is that you are happy. You will make so many friends throughout the process so just remember to be true to yourself but also remember to have fun!! Also your recruitment couneslor is there to help you so don’t be afraid to ask questions or tell your RC how you feel!
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