Chapter Presidents


Isabelle Drayer
Delta Delta Delta

"Going Greek added another layer of involvement to my college experience, and being a member of a chapter on campus has immensely expanded my leadership and philanthropic opportunities. My favorite part about our chapter in particular is the diversity of interest and involvement amongst all of our members."


Megan Hooper
Delta Gamma

“I am so grateful to Delta Gamma for providing me with these friendships and and encouraging me to be an active member in my community and work to make the world a better place filled with kindness and compassion.”


Georgia Cabot

Kappa Alpha Theta

“As President of Theta, I am excited to be a leader on campus and make a difference in the lives of the other chapter members. Going Greek has allowed me to make my own meaningful friendships within my chapter and the other Panhellenic organizations. I am lucky to have met all these amazing women who have changed my life for the better.”


India Patel
Kappa Delta

“I am so excited to serve as the president of Kappa Delta! I am happy that I am able to give back to the organization that has challenged me, given me confidence, and inspired me to strive to be my best self. Every day, I find inspiration in the women of my chapter and I am happy to say that will happen for years to come!”


Mackenzie Brabham
Kappa Kappa Gamma

“I went Greek because I wanted to foster a strong connection with people throughout our campus community. Going Greek has provided me with opportunities to get to know amazing women on campus who have been a constant support system and pushed me to be the best version of myself. I’m excited to serve as Kappa’s president now so I can give back to the campus community and inspire growth within our chapter!”


Lucy Patterson

Pi Beta Phi

“Going Greek helped me feel a greater connection to the web that is the UR community. Pi Beta Phi has truly given me a home on campus and I am so excited to be serving as President and working to create a positive Greek Community on campus.”

Chapter Presidents