Greek Leadership Council

The Greek Leadership Council is comprised of four executive members, presidents of the five subcouncils, and presidents of member Greek organizations.

Spring 2005 Council:

Moderator: Taylor Cornwall ‘06
Social Events Coordinator: Lauren Goreki ‘07
Public Relations Manager: Tara Burns ‘07
Treasurer: Karan Danthi ‘07

Summer 2005 Council:

Moderator: Christine Mandell ‘07
Social Events Coordinator: Brendan Neff ‘07
Public Relations Manager: Rachel Hamilton ‘07
Treasurer: August Kehn ‘07

Organizations: Alpha Chi Alpha; Alpha Delta; Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.; Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.; Alpha Theta; Alpha Xi Delta; Bones Gate; Chi Gamma Epsilon; Chi Heorot; Delta Delta Delta; Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.; Epsilon Kappa Theta; Gamma Delta Chi; Kappa Delta Epsilon; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Kappa Kappa Kappa; La Unidad Latina Lambda Upsilon Lambda Fraternity, Inc.; Phi Tau; Psi Upsilon; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Sigma Delta; Sigma Nu; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Tabard; Theta Delta Chi 

Email: Greek Leadership Council

 

Coed Council

The Coed Council represents Dartmouth's coeducational Greek houses; it is comprised of three elected positions and the presidents of each coed house.

Spring 2005 Council:

Presidents: Robert Butts ‘06 and Christine Benally ‘06

Vice President: Lauren Altschuh '07

Treasurer: Alicia Krzton '06

Summer 2005 Council:

Presidents: Robert Butts ‘06 and Christine Benally ‘06

Vice President: Lauren Altschuh '07

Treasurer: Peter Van Buren ‘07

Organizations: Alpha Theta; Phi Tau; Tabard

 

Interfraternity Council

The Interfraternity Council is comprised of eight executive members and presidents of member Greek organizations.

Spring 2005 Council:

President: Terrance Cunningham ‘06
Vice President: Matt Kilpatrick ‘06   
Treasurer: Nan Wang ‘06  
Vice President of Programming: Jared Hyatt ‘06
Risk Manager: Mike Reiss ‘06
Secretary: Rajiv Dhar ‘06   
Webmaster: Brad Fierstein ‘06
Public Relations: Austin Lord ‘06

Summer 2005 Council:

President:
Vice President:     
Treasurer:
Vice President of Programming:
Risk Manager:
Secretary:
Webmaster:
Public Relations:

Organizations: Alpha Chi Alpha; Alpha Delta; Bones Gate; Chi Gamma Epsilon; Chi Heorot; Gamma Delta Chi; Kappa Kappa Kappa; Psi Upsilon; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Sigma Nu; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Theta Delta Chi

Email: Interfraternity Council

 

Panhellenic Council

The Panhellenic Council is comprised of seven to ten executive members and presidents of member Greek organizations.

Spring 2005 Council:

President: Shannon Troutman ‘06
Vice President of Recruitment: Zobeida Torres ‘06
Vice President of Organization: Clare O’Keeffe ‘06
Treasurer: Olivia Zaleski ‘06
Secretary: Lauren Kaufman ‘07
Publicity Chair: Marisa Origel ‘07
Philanthropy Programming Manager: Nadia Khamis ‘07
New Member Education Manager: Kristin Lieske ‘07

Outreach: Lisa Caldeira ‘07

Outreach: Christine Pfeiffer ‘07

Summer 2005 Council:

President: Lisa Caldeira ‘07
Vice President: Lauren Kaufman ‘07
Treasurer: Kristen Lingley ‘07
Secretary: Leslie Pearl ‘07
Publicity Chair: Marisa Origel ‘07
Philanthropy Programming Manager: Danielle Strollo ‘07
Education Programming Manager: Janelle Braverman ‘07

Organizations: Alpha Xi Delta; Delta Delta Delta; Epsilon Kappa Theta; Kappa Delta Epsilon; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Sigma Delta

Email: Panhellenic Council

 

National Pan-Hellenic Council

Spring 2005 Council:

President: Harold Brown ‘06

Summer 2005 Council:

President:

Organizations: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.; Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.; Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

 

National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations

At Dartmouth, NALFO consists of La Unidad Latina Lambda Upsilon Lambda Fraternity, Inc., Sigma Lambda Upsilon/ Senoritas Latinas Unidas Sorority, Inc., and Alpha Pi Omega Sorority.

 

*Please note that APiO is not nationally a part of NALFO. It is a Native American Sorority.

 

 

CFS Judicial Committee
The College, with recommendations from CFS leaders, initiated peer review of misconduct cases involving CFS organizations. A five member CFS Judicial Committee, consisting of representatives from the various CFS governing councils, adjudicates all of the minor misconduct allegations involving CFS organizations. When a CFS organization is alleged to have violated the Dartmouth College Standards of Conduct, it is adjudicated through the Organizational Adjudication Committee (OAC). 
 

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