Panhellenic Relations Team
The Panhellenic Team encompasses positions and activities that support CPC as a whole. We get to participate in other chapters' philanthropy events with our sisters, attend meetings with the other delegates, and teach our sisters about the panhellenic philanthropy, Circle of Sisterhood. The Panhellenic Team also includes our amazing Songfest Chairs, wonderful Leadership Engagement Specialist and incredible Panhellenic Relations Specialist who encourage unity not only within our chapter, but Texas A&M as well!
Mary Grace Theis
VP of Panhellenic Relations
Hi! My name is Mary Grace Theis, and I am a junior Genetics major from Plano, TX. As Vice President of Panhellenic Relations, I serve as a voice for the chapter as well as a liaison between the chapter and CPC. My goal is to promote sisterhood with all Texas A&M women. I found my home here at Alpha Delta Pi and I’m excited to get to continue to know all the other powerful and interesting women throughout the Greek Community here at Texas A&M.
Panhellenic Relations Specialist
Howdy! My name is Brooke Albert and I’m a sophomore Accounting Major from Leander, TX, serving as Panhellenic Relations Specialist. I assist the VP of Panhellenic Relations with creating great connections with other panhellenic and nonpanhellenic sororities on campus. I am so excited to serve the Zeta Lambda chapter this year, thanks and gig’em!
Leadership Engagement Specialist
Howdy! My name is Dacia Reichert and I am a junior Biochemistry and Genetics double major from Round Rock, TX. I presently serve as the Leadership Engagement Specialist for the Zeta Lambda chapter, where I am in charge of keeping track of all the outside activities that all of our sisters are involved in. I am thrilled to help our chapter make a mark on this campus and can't wait to help them do it!
Victoria Hinojos Larrazolo
Howdy! My name is Victoria Hinojos and I am a Telecommunication Media Studies major from Brownsville, Texas. I am one of the Songfest Specialists for this year!! Songfest is a big philanthropic event hosted by Chi Omega every year which gives us an opportunity to raise money for our philanthropy, the Ronald McDonald Houses. We pair up with a men’s organization to compete in this event. My job is to choose a theme, come up with and teach choreography, and get our production ready for the stage. I am very excited to have the opportunity to serve my chapter through this role!!