Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Committee

Our Panhellenic Council is committed to educating ourselves and the members of our chapters on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. As a Panhellenic community, we must recognize and change all systems and norms that exclude people. It is our responsibility and mission to continue to acknowledge the systemic barriers that deter women of all identities from joining our community. The history of exclusion within the Panhellenic council has perpetuated whiteness and created oppression within our systems. We are committed to acknowledging these oppressions and educating ourselves, chapters, and the community to do better. 


This last year, in 2020, our council has implemented a DEI committee, which is composed of the elected representatives from each of our council's 14 chapters. An elected DEI chair oversees the committee's operations and meetings and works with our council's Vice President of Internal Relations. This Committee will seek to create appropriate communication between our 14 chapters and the four Fraternity & Sorority Life Councils regarding the equal representation and inclusion of all races, genders, identities, sexualities, disabilities, and religious beliefs. This committee will facilitate conversations within their own chapters to discuss how they might be able to support the people of color in the FSL community and all minority groups who have felt stigmatized or simply forgotten by the Panhellenic Council in the past. The main goal of this committee is to educate the members of our community and align our words with actions to foster a more inclusive community within our council and chapters. As the first initiative for this committee and our council - all 14 of the DEI chapter representatives, DEI chair, and the 9 members of PC Exec. are participating in an educational cohort - SEEDsix. This cohort is a 6-week program through The Parallel Agency, an organization that works with Panhellenic organizations to align their words and actions in the areas of equity, access, and belonging. The PC DEI committee will continue to provide resources and educate ourselves and the members of our community on the history of exclusion within Panhellenic organizations.

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Alpha Chi Omega

Julia Harrison


(248) 425-7190


Alpha Omicron Pi

Jasmine Wardiya


(586) 872-3486


Alpha Phi

Julia Martin


(586) 696-0273

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Alpha Xi Delta

Claire Billman 


(502) 693-6319

Chi-O DEI #1
Chi-O DEI #2

Chi Omega

Ally Bearman & Ava Sarris

bearmana@msu.edu & sarrisav@msu.edu

(734) 707-3426 & (248) 882-7985

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Delta Gamma

Grace Schneide


(248) 595-4770

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Gamma Phi Beta

Sarah Prifti


(248) 245-5282

Theta DEI

Kappa Alpha Theta

Olivia Karson


(248) 882-5912

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Kappa Delta

Morgan Bolden & Mayher Sachdeva



(248) 909-2442 & (248) 392-1723

Kappa Kappa Gamma

Anika Rajan


(989) 928-4844

Pi Beta Phi

Alivia Ybarra & Sydney Smith

ybarraa3@msu.edu & smithsy8@msu.edu

(616) 594-8320 & (248) 392-8437

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Sigma Delta Tau

Nia Michalos


(313) 613-7815

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Sigma Kappa

Jenna Kowal


(248) 978-5737

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Zeta Tau Alpha

Morgan Kimm


(586) 859-8762