MELBOURNE, FLA. — The Florida Tech Panhellenic Association recently held its 2008 officer elections. This association comprises sororities and
fraternities that strive to initiate, coordinate and oversee programs activities of mutual interest to the National Panhellenic Conference.
Seven officers were chosen for the Panhellenic Association’s 2008 term. They are President Jamie Huffman, Alpha Phi International Fraternity; Executive
Vice President Tracey Frett, Gamma Phi Beta International Sorority; Financial Vice President Aubrey Heath, Alpha Phi International Fraternity;
Corresponding Vice President Regina Fluellen, Gamma Phi Beta International Sorority; Membership Vice President Amanda Mackintosh, Alpha Phi International
Fraternity; Educational Vice President Amanda Coburn, Phi Sigma Sigma International Sorority; and Social Programming Vice President Liz Snape, Gamma Phi
Beta International Sorority.
The students were selected by the Panhellenic Association President Kelly Reda, based on their leadership experience, ability to fulfill the job
description, and academic record. The nominating committee then prepared a slate for the general membership to approve. Those in the nominating committee
were Reda; Gamma Phi Beta President Ashley Romero; Alpha Phi President Margot Zaccardi; Phi Sigma Sigma President Amanda Coburn; and Panhellenic
Association Adviser Heather Sommers.
The executive board members will attend the annual Southeastern Panhellenic Conference (SEPC) in Atlanta this March. The SEPC is a voluntary association of
the Panhellenic Associations in the southeastern United States. It is one of the six regional associations throughout North America designed to bring
together institutions and individuals with a commitment to fraternity life on college and university campuses.