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Panhel Selects New Leadership

Last night, the Panhellenic Delegates elected Paige Rothaus (Chi Omega) and Kim Sargent (Zeta Tau Alpha) as the President and Vice President of Standards, respectively, for the 2011 Panhellenic Council Executive Board.

Outgoing Panhel president Sara Linkosky had this to say about the two, “I have worked extensively with both of these women, as they were both Chapter Presidents for 2010. I am confident that they will represent the Panhellenic Community in a professional and respectable manner and will continue the momentum of positive change that our executive board made in 2010.  Both of these women are strong leaders. They are intelligent, well-spoken individuals who have a passion for the success of the Greek Community at Penn State.”

Voting for the rest of the executive board will continue tonight and Wednesday. The Vice President of Risk Management (a new position added this year) and VP of Programming will be chosen tonight. The VPs for Membership, Communications and Finance will be selected on Wednesday night, as well as the position of Executive Vice President.

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