Panhellenic Executive Officers

President: Mollie Pohlad


Mollie is a junior from Minnetonka, Minnesota. She is a double major in Finance and Spanish. Mollie is also a part of Delta Sigma Pi and the DU Spirit and Traditions Committee. Her favorite part of her position is interacting with members of all of the different chapters and being able to oversee fun events in our community!

Position Description: Responsible for the overall operation and representation of the University of Denver Panhellenic Association. Communicates regularly with advisors to understand campus and nation-wide plans and convey them to the chapters. Provides support for chapter presidents and other members of the Panhellenic Executive Board. Maintains dialogue with other councils and organizations at the University of Denver and seeks to promote the mission of the Panhellenic Association.


Vice President: Rachel Hansen


Rachel is a junior from Seattle, Washington. She is majoring in Hospitality Management with a minor in Spanish. Rachel is also involved in the Learning Effectiveness Program. Her favorite part of her position is being an advocate for all Panhellenic women in our community and collaborating with women from all organizations! 

Position Description: Assists Fraternity and Sorority Life staff in conducting risk management training which includes planning and implementing educational programs on risk management and prevention. Communicates regularly with advisors and cross-council members and works closely with the President to successfully lead the Executive Board.


Director of Administrative Affairs: Carly Michel


Carly is a junior from Minnesota. She is a Marketing major with a minor in Communications. She is also involved in Hillel and Invictus Initiative. Carly's favorite part of her position is supporting and working closely with other council members! 

Position Description:  Compiles the agenda, records, and distributes minutes for all Panhellenic Council and Executive Board meetings, ensures all relevant files are up to date, oversees the Panhellenic Association’s financial management, and supports chapter treasurers. Works closely with and supports every member of the Executive Board.

Director of Recruitment: Spencer Halliday


Spencer is a junior from Columbus, Ohio. She is majoring in Mechanical Engineering with minors in Math, Spanish, Biology and Medical Physics. She was also the Vice President of the Women's Club Rugby team this past year. Spencer's favorite part of her position is being able to welcome new members into our community and help them find their home at DU!

Position Description: Plans and implements the University of Denver Panhellenic Association’s Formal Membership Recruitment process. Conducts all Formal Recruitment meetings, finalizes rules and schedules, and helps the Panhellenic chapters with year-round recruitment efforts. 

Director of Scholarship: Maddie Parker


Maddie is a junior from Thornton, Colorado. She is an English and Socio-LEgal Studies major with a minor in Psychology. Maddie's favorite part of her position is working with so many wonderful people that genuinely care about our community! 

Position Description: Serves as the chairwoman of the Academic Excellence Committee, meets with chapter academic officers regarding grade reports and areas of opportunity, and recognizes Panhellenic women with who excel in their scholarship. Maintains a relationship with Order of Omega leadership and also promotes academic excellence for all potential new members.

Director of Development and Leadership: Makenzie Branch


Makenzie is a freshman from Nashville, Tennessee. She is an International Studies major with minors in English and Spanish. Makenzie is also on an Intramural Broomball Team. Her favorite part of her position is working with the other members of PHA! 

Position Description:  Plans and implements leadership and education development opportunities for chapter members, meets with chapter representatives to discuss leadership and educational programming initiatives, coordinates Fraternity and Sorority Life 101 for potential new members, and meets regularly with advisors and fellow executive board members.

Director of Philanthropy and Community Service: Danielle Nebel


Danielle is a junior from Los Angeles, California. She is majoring in Strategic Communication with minors in Marketing and Wellness. Aside from the Panhellenic Executive Board, Danielle is also a part of Hillel. 

Position Description:  Coordinates, plans, and implements Fraternity and Sorority Life philanthropy and community service events, meets as necessary with chapter philanthropy and community service officers to discuss and encourage effective philanthropy and community service programming and campus resources as well as the Panhellenic philanthropy and community service initiatives.

Director of Programming: Hannah Van Alstine


Hannah is a freshman from Yarmouth, Maine. She is an International Studies major on a Pre-Law Track with minors in French and Spanish. Hannah is also a part of Alpine Club, Intramural Broomball and is the Community Service and Philanthropy Day Chair for her chapter! Her favorite part of her position is getting to know the IFC and MGC communities and learning about what matters most to them.

Position Description: Plans and executes Fraternity and Sorority Life community events in collaboration with other council officers for Fraternity and Sorority Life Week, meets with chapter representatives to provide pertinent information regarding events, programming, and policies, plans and coordinates Panhellenic-wide events, and encourages involvement within chapters for all-Panhellenic events.

Director of Public Relations: Bridget Walsh


Bridget is a junior from Washington, DC. She is a Marketing major with minors in Political Science and Business Ethics and Legal Studies. Her favorite parts of her position are working with other members of the council and creating content for social media platforms! 

Position Description: Develops, plans, and implements the Panhellenic Association’s marketing strategy, meets with chapter public relations officers to discuss effective chapter marketing strategies and provide public relations resources, works with advisors to understand and convey information on the public relations and marketing strategy for the Panhellenic community as a whole, and manages the Panhellenic Association social media accounts.

Assistant Director of Recruitment: Kaylee Thoutt


Kaylee is a junior from Highlands Ranch, Colorado. She is a double major in Business Analytics and Marketing. Her favorite part of her position is being able to build relationships with girls from so many different chapters on campus. She loves seeing everyone work together and help new members have an amazing experience with Panhellenic! 

Position Description: Assists the Director of Recruitment with the Formal Recruitment planning and execution process, coordinates and oversees the Recruitment Guides (Rho Gammas) before and during Formal Recruitment, and participates in officer and advisor meetings.

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