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2024 EXECUTIVE BOARD

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SAVANNAH CORE

Vice President

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RILEY HANSON

VP of Recruitment Operations

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BETH SUTTON

VP of Recruitment Education

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IZZY WHITE

VP of Programming

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ALEX MILLS 

VP of Communication

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HANNAH DANIEL

VP of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

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NATALIE SUWINSKI

VP of Administration

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GIANA MANGINI

VP of Marketing

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IZZY VICKERS

Programming Chair

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MICHELLE WANG

Philanthropy and Community Service Chair

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HANNAH DANIEL

Diversity and Inclusion Chair

NOLA LOVELL

Recruitment Chair

EMILY KONEVAL

Advisor

OUR MISSION

To cultivate sisterhood and unity amongst Loyola University Chicago and Greek communities. We strive for the development of strong women through our dedication to academic excellence and service to others. As leaders in our community, we commit to holding each other accountable to the advancement of these high standards.

PEER COUNCILS

Interfraternity Council (IFC)

Currently there are five (5) men’s national/international social fraternities within IFC at Loyola University Chicago that gives members opportunities in leadership roles and involvement in a wide range of community service, social, academic, athletic and philanthropic activities. 

​Multicultural Greek Council (MGC)

MGC is the governing council for eight (8) culturally-based fraternities and sororities on campus, and encompasses National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC or "Divine Nine") organizations. The purpose of Multicultural Greek Council is to enhance sisterhood, brotherhood, service, fundraising, educational and individual success of its member sororities and fraternities through experience, leadership, and maintenance of council membership guidelines. 

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