About Us

Meet the Panhellenic Executive Board 

The 2024 Panhellenic Executive Board is comprised of ten women who are passionate and dedicated to involving the Panhellenic community on campus and in the Tucson community. Together, they govern the 13 Panhellenic sorority chapters with the intent of protecting and continuing Greek life's legacy so that it continues to remain strong at the University of Arizona. 

Panhellenic President


Meliah Rock


Hometown: Parker, Colorado

Class Standing: Junior

Major/Minor: Management Information Systems 

Why did you Go Greek? I chose to Go Greek because I wanted to get more involved on campus and find ways to better the community around me! I've been able to do this and meet my lifelong friends along the way. 

Vice President of Operations


Ava McMahon


Hometown: Chandler, Arizona

Class Standing: Junior

Major: Business Management / Psychology

Why did you Go Greek? I decided to go Greek because I wanted to find a way to start fresh while having a support system of strong women standing by my side, and I could not be happier with my decision. By choosing to join a sorority, I have made amazing friends and have had the opportunity to expand my leadership abilities, build connections, and, most of all, find a home away from home!

Vice President of Membership


Emily Lopez

uapanhellenic.membership@gmail.com and   uapanhellenic.recruitment@gmail.com

Hometown: Orange, California

Class Standing: Junior

Major/ Minors: Speech Language and Hearing Sciences / Care Health and Society

Why did you Go Greek? I went Greek because I wanted to find lifelong friends and a second family since I am far from home. 

Vice President of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility


Brooke Metke


Hometown: Chicago, Illinois

Class Standing: Junior

Major/ Minor: Political Science / Business Administration

Why did you Go Greek? Going Greek here helped me further get out of my shell and become the best version of myself. Greek life eased my transition from living at home to being on my own due to the amazing women I met throughout my years here!

Vice President of Finance



Jade Butcher


Hometown: Yuma, Arizona

Class Standing: Junior

Majors/ Minor: Finance, Dance

Why did you Go Greek? I chose to go Greek to connect with girls across campus who shared diverse interests and goals. Joining a sorority not only led me to my best friends, but has helped me develop leadership skills and make a meaningful difference on campus.

Vice President of Community Standards


Ella Frank


Hometown: New Berlin, Wisconsin 

Class Standing: Junior

Major/ Minor: Biology / Spanish, Physiology, Medical Sciences

Why did you Go Greek? Upon making one of the biggest decisions of my life to pick up and start anew on the other side of the country, I was sure of two things. I wanted to grow and excel independently and find a support system that would help me do this. I knew that I wanted to find a place to call home, and little did I know I was going to find people that felt like one.

Vice President of Programming


Danielle Ferraro


Hometown: Phoenix, Arizona

Class Standing: Junior

Major/ Minor: Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences / Special Education and Rehabilitation, Spanish

Why did you Go Greek? I went greek to find a group of people who would push me to be the best version of myself. I wanted to find sisters who would support me through the good times and the bad times, and push me to be a better version of myself through it all. I wanted to step out of my comfort zone, and try something new, and Greek life helped me do this time and time again.

Vice President of New Member Services


Emma Hall


Hometown: Omaha, Nebraska

Class Standing: Junior

Major/ Minor: Human Development and Family Sciences / Spanish

Why did you Go Greek? I chose to go Greek because I have always been committed to bettering myself and the community I am a part of. Coming from out of state, I knew Greek life was something I wanted to be a part of as I had seen the mutual benefits both the members and organizations receive. Surrounding myself with values-based people is something I prioritize, and the Greek community is the perfect place for that.

Vice President of Health Promotions


Maddie Szemplenski


Hometown: Omaha, Nebraska

Class Standing: Junior

Major/ Minor: Biology with a Biomedical Sciences Emphasis / Psychology

Why did you Go Greek? Being from out of state, I wanted to meet many girls at the beginning of the school year. I love the Greek Life environment here at UofA and have loved every second of being in my chapter!

Vice President of Public Relations


Morgyn Sanders


Hometown: Orange County, California

Class Standing: Junior

Major/Minor: Communication / Public Relations

Why did you Go Greek? I was so excited about sorority recruitment and had such a positive outlook. Once I got involved in Greek Life, it helped me find my home away from home. I have met so many amazing people in Greek life that I wouldn't change this experience for the world!


For Recruitment-related questions, please email uapanhellenic.recruitment@gmail.com