Liliana Lopez


Year: Junior
Major: Liberal Studies

Why I Joined Panhellenic:
I wanted to work with other beautiful women who have strong values and are passionate in what they believe in. They are truly my sisters for life. All of us want to grow and learn from one another. We support each other whether its philanthropy events, study groups, or anything we are apart of outside of Greek life. Panhellenic is such a positive enviornment and I am so lucky to represent all seven sororities on campus.


Tia Foot

Vice President

Year: Junior
Major: Global Studies Minor: Public Policy

Why I Joined Panhellenic:
I wanted to become a part of something bigger than myself. I never thought I would have met the people who are in my life today or have the memories that I’ve experienced without being in this community. One of Panhellenic’s strengths is its diversity and sisterhood. I’m so excited to meet more women in every sorority and to build bonds in helping sisters, feeling empowered, and being united in becoming the best versions of ourselves.


Nicole Lee

Vice President of finance & communication

Year: Freshman
Major: Political Science/Admin Studies

Why I Joined Panhellenic: 
I wanted to be a part of the process that helped me find my home here at UC Riverside. I hope to serve all our chapters and sisters well.


Leah Duque


Year: Sophomore
Major: Media and Cultural Studies

Why I joined Panhellenic: I wanted to be an advocate for the values of Panhellenic women and women’s empowerment. Through the band of each Panhellenic sisterhood, I wanted to encourage an ideal that I have seen help motivate me and others that I have looked up to, “empowered women empower women.”



Angie Meza

Vice president of recruitment counselors

Year: Junior
Major: Sociology

Why I Joined Panhellenic: I wanted to be a part of something that would impact me for the rest of my life. I am very thankful for the growth it has provided me and I am so excited to continue growing as a member of the Panhellenic Exec board!


Mariel Constantino

Vice president of philanthropy

Year: Junior
Major: Political Science/Admin Studies

Why I Joined Panhellenic: 
I wanted to be a part of something bigger and contribute to the success of the greek community as a whole. I am so thankful to have been given the opportunity to give back to something that has given me so much in so little time.


Ira Castro

Vice president of scholarship

Year: Sophomore
Major: CHASS Undeclared

Why I Joined Panhellenic: 
I wanted to get involved and make a positive change in the greek life here at UCR. I knew that this would be a great learning experience, and a great way to make a difference in my community. I also joined Panhellenic because I knew it would be a really cool and fun way of meeting and bonding with sisters outside of my chapter.


Melissa Sagun

vice president of public relations

Year: Junior
Major: Political Science Minor: Public Policy

Why I Joined Panhellenic
I wanted to be surrounded by ambitious and passionate women who could inspire me to challenge my limits. Joining Panhellenic allowed me to express my creativity and collaborate with like-minded individuals to reach new heights. I can’t wait to get to know more real strong women and continue building a network of close bonds beyond chapter boundaries.


Hannah Croft

vice president of sisterhood

Year: Junior
Major: English

Why I Joined Panhellenic: 
Everyone in Panhellenic has so many things in common- a love of sisterhood, philanthropy, and academics. We’re all strong women, no matter the letters we wear. I joined Panhellenic to continue to foster close friendships within and between chapters.