Meet Our Executive Council
Gracie is a senior born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky. She’s majoring in English and minoring in Studio Art. In addition to PHC, she works in the library, listens to music almost constantly, and is eternally bitter that her two corgis can’t live in her dorm room. Her hobbies include speed-reading, watching movies, making awesome playlists and bad jokes, and drinking excessive amounts of diet coke.
To Gracie, PHC is one of the best parts of Greek life. "The opportunities before us are incredible. Centre is a great school with a great Greek community, and I want to do what I can to both show people its strengths and help make the changes to keep the program strong.”
The future beyond this afternoon is a mystery for Gracie, but she looks forward to one day finding a job that rocks her socks, and maybe even having some crummy ones along the way. They’ll play fantastically in her future memoir.
Executive Vice President
Cate is a junior math major from Louisville. She likes dogs, mountains, crossword puzzles, and watching U of L basketball. She spent last Christmas break learning how to make gummy bears and she has gotten pretty good at it, so let her know if you have a sweet tooth.
Cate joined PHC because it brings ladies from all four (now five!) sororities together in order to make positive change on campus, and that's something she loves being a part of.
Dee Dee Flynn
Vice President of Recruitment
Dee Dee Flynn is a senior Politics and International Studies double-major. She is obsessed with sweet tea and the color mustard.
She is very excited to be serving on PHC exec this year. Last year, she was a recruitment chair for her chapter and she really enjoyed getting to know the women interested in Greek Life and sharing her experience. She looks forward to meeting all of our women this year and also helping them find their own home away from home.
Vice President of Chapter Relations
Kelly is a junior Economics and Finance major and Biology minor from New Orleans, Louisiana. Outside of her PHC exec position, she gives tours as a Centre Ambassador, is a Chief Orientation Leader, a Rho Gamma, a mentor for Danville High School students, and is the Treasurer of the Diversity Student Union. Kelly also works as the Softball team manager and does antibiotic research under Dr. Richey. Her hobbies include watching Hallmark movies, singing, cooking, baking, and playing with puppies. After Centre, Kelly hopes to go on to medical school.
Kelly’s favorite thing about PHC is her role to make opportunities to emphasize and build greek unity among the sorority and fraternity chapters. “I’m really excited to change the stigma that Greek life has nationally. From my tours, I’ve seen people say that they’re not interested in Greek life because of what is portrayed in the news and from T.V. shows. However, the reputation that Greek life has in the media is not what Centre’s Greek life is like. I’m thrilled to be a part of such a wonderful team to emphasize inclusivity and strengthen the relationships between chapters. I love that my role is to work with not only sorority women, but also fraternity men to ensure that our Greek community is one strong unit.".
Vice President of Enrichment
Brenna is a junior Behavioral Neuroscience major with minors in Classical Studies and Spanish. Since she joined her chapter, she has been involved with PHC, starting as a Panhellenic Delegate for her chapter.
She's so excited to be on exec this year! She can't wait to see what the Greek community can accomplish in the upcoming months.
Vice President of Administration
Ginny is a senior Economics and Finance major from Louisville, KY. In addition to her involvement with PHC, she is a member of the Rho Gamma team, a member of Centre Investment Society, a Junior Marshal, and a member of the Honors and Prizes Committee. She loves to travel, take art classes, do barre workouts, and spend money she doesn't have on things she doesn't need. After Centre, Ginny is excited to already have a real adult job in advertising consulting and to take a break from homework and exams.
Ginny is excited to be a part of PHC to help women find their homes and to help keep our Greek community unique. As a student who transferred from a large university, she admires the inclusiveness and Panhellenicism that Centre's Greek community has, and she enjoys working to maintain such a positive community and further improve Centre's Greek life .