2018 Executive Board Election Information

Empowered Women emPower Women

 
We are excited to announce that applications for the 2018 Executive Board are open.  Being a member of the CPC Executive Board means you will have the ability to directly impact the 1,600 members of Panhellenic Community, be a part of conversations and initiatives shaping the future of Greek life, and join a team of strong and brilliant women.
 

Application Timeline and Information

 
  • Applications are due Sunday, November 5 by 11:59 via OrgSync.
  • The slating committee will review all applications. Applicants will be notified by Friday, November 10 if they will be invited to interview with the slating committee.

  • Interviews will be held on Sunday, November 12 from 10am-6pm.

  • Applicants will be notified of the slating committee’s decision on the evening of Sunday, November 12.

  • The slate will be presented at the CPC Open Meeting on November 13 at 6:15PM.

  • The slate will be voted on at the CPC Open Meeting on November 27 at 6:15PM.

 

Applicant Requirements

  • Must have recruited for her fraternity during at least one formal Fall Recruitment period with the exception of the Financial Vice President and the Communications Vice President positions.
  • Availability on Monday nights at 6:15 pm for Council Open Meetings.

  • Love and passion for Georgia Tech, as well as the overall Greek and Panhellenic community.

  • Ability to lead, be led, adapt quickly, and work well with others.

  • Applicants for President must have served on the Council previously as a Chapter Delegate, Chapter President, Panhellenic Executive Board Officer, or Panhellenic Director.

  • Applicants for Recruitment Vice President and Recruitment Programming Vice President must have served on the Council previously as a Chapter Delegate, Chapter Recruitment Chair (or an equivalent thereof), Chapter President, Panhellenic Executive Board Officer, Panhellenic Committee Chair, or Recruitment Counselor.

  • It is highly recommended that all applicants speak with a current executive board member about their interest in holding a position prior to submitting an application.

  • Members of Associate Chapters may apply for the positions of Programming Vice President, Philanthropy Vice President, Financial Vice President, and Communications Vice President.

 

Position Information

President (Marguerite Bradley—president.gtcpc@gmail.com)

The President will have overall responsibility for the operation of the Collegiate Panhellenic Council and Executive Board and serves as the official representative to the Georgia Tech community. The President acts as an official liaison to the Interfraternity Council, Multicultural Greek Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council, and the Dean of Students Office. This woman will call and preside at all regular and special meetings of the Council and the Executive Board. The President will report as required to the Student Government Association President and to the National Panhellenic Conference Area Advisor. The President will be responsible for planning a training period for the incoming officers, seeing that each officer understands and performs duties as stated in the Constitution and Bylaws, reviewing the Constitution and Bylaws, and will submit any revisions to the Constitution and Bylaws to the Council, Student Government Association, the Student Activities Committee, and the National Panhellenic Conference Area Advisor for approval. This woman will also serve on pertinent tasks forces and committees throughout the year and will assign the appropriate executive board members as overseers of the Collegiate Panhellenic Council Committee Chairs.

 

Executive Vice President (Margaret Buxton—evp.gtcpc@gmail.com)

The Executive Vice President oversees the Junior Panhellenic Board and serves as the CPC Judicial Board Chair, coordinating all judicial training efforts and maintaining Judicial Board delegates. The Executive Vice President will investigate all recruitment infractions as state in the recruitment rules and recruitment infractions and will schedule all mediations. This woman will perform the duties of the President in her absence, inability to serve, or at her call. The Executive Vice President may be required to sit on additional task forces or committees throughout the year. This woman is also responsible for leading and mentoring the members of Junior Panhellenic. She will also be responsible for overseeing the appropriate committee chairs.

 

Programming Vice President (Sofia Switzer—pvp.gtcpc@gatech.edu)

The Programming Vice President will be responsible for coordinating the annual Awards process, including distributing application packets, coordinating judges, and ordering all award trophies/recognitions. The Programming Vice President will supervise the Director of Homecoming in planning Mock Rock and advertising Panhellenic participation in Greek Week and Homecoming. The Programming Vice President will supervise, plan, and execute all programming activities, including advising and coordinating with the sponsors of all activities involving the chapters as a whole.  The Programming Vice President will oversee the Director of Risk Management and oversee the planning and execution of the yearly risk management educational programing efforts.

 

Philanthropy Vice President (Sofia Switzer—pvp.gtcpc@gatech.edu)

New for 2018, the Philanthropy Vice President will lead yearly Circle of Sisterhood fundraising efforts by setting yearly fundraising goals and tracking our progress.  Additionally, the Philanthropy Vice President will plan events and campaigns to promote women's education and the mission of Circle of Sisterhood.  The Philanthropy Vice President will be the official liaison between Georgia Tech and the Circle of Sisterhood Foundation.  She will coordinate additional philanthropic opportunities as desired by the Council.  She will attend all community service meetings and report back to the Council as necessary.

 

Recruitment Vice President (Pauline Vastakis—rvp.gtcpc@gmail.com)

The Recruitment Vice President works side by side with the Recruitment Programming Vice President and the Formal Recruitment Director to implement a flawless Formal Recruitment process. Her position begins at the time of elections with assistance of the selection of Recruitment Counselors. The Recruitment Vice President functions as the liaison between chapter recruitment chairs, chapter recruitment advisors, potential new members (PNMs), Recruitment Counselors, and Panhellenic. She will hold monthly meetings with chapter recruitment chairs beginning in January to formulate the initial planning stages and ensure open communication throughout the year. The Recruitment Vice President will always hold the interest of the PNM foremost, and will act on their behalf in case of infractions. During the week of Formal Recruitment, she will lead all logistical planning efforts and be in charge of chapter communication to Panhellenic. The Recruitment Vice President must be within or near the Atlanta area for the entire year. She will assist the Recruitment Programming Vice President as necessary.

 

Recruitment Programming Vice President (Mary Grace Walsh—rpvp.gtcpc@gmail.com)

The Recruitment Programming Vice President will work side by side with the Recruitment Vice President to implement a flawless Formal Recruitment process. The most important aspects of the Recruitment Programming Vice President's position will advertise Recruitment, coordinate Head RC and RC interviews, and lead RC training. The Recruitment Programming Vice President must be near or within the Atlanta area for a year, and be available during the summer months to lead marketing. The various marketing tasks will include the assembly of the Guide to Greek Life, the production of any PNM social events, marketing at FASET information sessions and Opportunities at Tech, and other areas as she sees fit. During the week of Recruitment, the Recruitment Programming Vice President will be in charge of the communication between the RCs and Panhellenic. She will assist the Recruitment Vice President where necessary.

 

Financial Vice President (Jamie Curtis—fvp.gtcpc@gmail.com)

The Financial Vice President will be responsible for the general supervision of the finances of the Collegiate Panhellenic Council made by the Collegiate Panhellenic Council. The Financial Vice President will also be responsible for the preparation of the annual budget and for providing a copy to each chapter delegate. This woman will receive all payments due to the Collegiate Panhellenic Council, collect dues and assessments, and give receipts and reimbursements. The Financial Vice President will also responsible for overseeing the yearly scholarship submissions and oversee the appropriate committee chairs in addition to working with the GT Foundation for our Scholarship Endowment.

 

Communications Vice President (Meredith Mohr—cvp.gtcpc@gatech.edu)

The Communications Vice President will be responsible for taking and keeping full, typed minutes of all meetings of the Collegiate Panhellenic Council and maintaining a record of all action taken by the Executive Board. The Communications Vice President will keep an up-to-date roll of the members of the Collegiate Panhellenic Council and will call roll at all meetings. This woman will also maintain a complete and up-to-date file of minutes, current correspondence, Constitution and Bylaws, Recruitment Rules and any other rules pertaining to the Council. The Communications Vice President will notify members of meetings and functions, prepare the agendas for all meetings, and collect and prepare announcements. The Communications Vice President will maintain the Panhellenic Google Calendar and be responsible for booking all rooms needed for Panhellenic Events. In addition to these duties, she will be responsible for overseeing the promotions of any Panhellenic speakers or events, marketing for the Panhellenic Council as a whole, and overseeing maintenance of the website. The Communications Vice President will also be responsible for overseeing the appropriate committee chairs as decided upon by that year’s executive board.