President: Marguerite Bradley
Marguerite Bradley is a 5th year Industrial Engineering Major from Woodstock Georgia. Marguerite served as her Chapter's Junior Panhellenic Delegate after hearing from an older sister about their involvement with CPC. Since then, she has served as her chapter's CPC Delegate, a Recruitment Counselor, on the Extension Committee which brought Kappa Alpha Theta to campus, the Greek Life Task Force, and as the Executive Vice President in 2016. Marguerite believes the historical success of women at Georgia Tech is tied very closely with sorority life, and she loves serving and helping her community of strong and empowered women continue that tradition. Previously, Marguerite served as the 2016-2017 Vice President of Student Life for the Student Government Association, is a Georgia Tech Student Ambassador and belongs to the Order of Omega Greek Honor Society.
Executive vice president: Margaret buxton
Margaret is a 4th year Business Administration major from Decatur, GA. Margaret was introduced to CPC her freshman year when she served as her chapter's Junior Panhellenic Delegate. After attending a Panhellenic conference that Spring with colleges from all over the south, she realized how unique and mature Georgia Tech's Panhellenic community is. This sense of pride caused Margaret to go on to serve as her chapter's Panhellenic Delegate. As EVP, Margaret is excited to serve our delegates, Junior Delegates, and uphold our judicial processes. The CPC community has shaped every year of Margaret's time at Tech and she is excited for the year to come. Margaret is a Resident Advisor (RA) in North Avenue Apartments, and a host for Connect with Tech.
Programming Vice President: Sofia Switzer
Sofia Switzer is a 4th year Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering major from Cascais, Portugal. Sofia initially became interested in the Panhellenic Community after attending the CPC Open Meetings her freshman year. This led Sofia to serve as the 2015 CPC Promotions Chair and then her Chapter's 2016 Panhellenic Delegate. Sofia was a performing member of the DanceTech and the 2015 VP Secretary. Sofia currently serves as an Ambassador for the Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering School.
Recruitment Vice President: Pauline Vastakis
Pauline Vastakis is a 5th year Civil Engineering major from Atlanta, Georgia. Since Pauline's recruitment process, she has been in awe of how the Panhellenic Community joins together to put on such amazing recruitment events every year. Pauline served as her chapter's Membership Vice President in 2016 and is excited to work with all of our chapters to help over 500 women find their home new home at Georgia Tech in the Greek Community. Pauline is also involved in the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Hellenic Society, and the Orthodox Christian Fellowship.
Recruitment Programming Vice President: MAry grace walsh
Mary Grace Walsh is a 4th year Business Administration major from Marietta, Georgia. Mary Grace served as her chapter's Junior Panhellenic Delegate as a First Year, and enjoyed being able to interact and collaborate with women from other chapters. The following year Mary Grace served on the Extension Committee, where she assisted in bringing Kappa Alpha Theta to campus. Mary Grace also had the opportunity to be a Recruitment Counselor. This experience led her to applying for Recruitment Programming VP. She is excited for the year ahead. Aside from the Panhellenic Community, Mary Grace is a Tech the Halls Mentor, a member of the American Marketing Association on Georgia Tech's campus, and a regular nanny for an Atlanta family.
Financial Vice President: Jamie Curtis
Bio: Jamie Curtis began serving the Panhellenic community as her chapter's Junior Panhellenic Delegate. Jamie is involved in Engineers for a Sustainable World and is a member of the Women's Recruitment Team. Jamie has interned twice at Corning Incorporated. Previously, Jamie was on her chapter's executive board and also served as merchandise chair and a Circle of Sisterhood committee delegate.
Communications Vice President: Meredith Mohr
Bio: Meredith Mohr became involved with the Panhellenic community when she served as a Recruitment Counselor during Fall Recruitment 2016. Meredith fell in love with everything CPC does to empower it's individuals, chapters, and community. After meeting other Recruitment Counselors who had such a passion for Panhellenic and the good of the overall community, she knew she wanted to get more involved with CPC. Meredith is so excited to have the opportunity to be on Exec and work with so many incredible women. Meredith has held several positions within her chapter, was the Marketing Project Manager for the Society of Women in Business at Georgia Tech, and was a GT1000 Team Leader.