Panhellenic, IFC councils recognized at leadership conferences
- WKU Student Activities
- Wednesday, February 27th, 2019
The WKU Panhellenic and IFC councils were recognized during their recent leadership conferences.
The Panhellenic Council won the Outstanding Circle of Sisterhood Award at the Coalition for Collegiate Women’s Leadership Conference (CCWL) Feb. 21-23 in Atlanta. In addition, Panhellenic executive council members Kayla Ditto (Phi Mu) and Bella Tawasha (Kappa Delta) placed third in the Order of Omega Case Study Competition.
“WKU Panhellenic had an outstanding time at the CCWL Conference this year,” WKU Panhellenic President Madison Sennett said. “We received immensely valuable information from the conference that we cannot wait to share with the rest of our Panhellenic Community. I am so humbled that I get to lead so many amazing women and I cannot wait to continue to build on our success in 2019.”
The InterFraternity Council won the Excellence in Outstanding Academic & Scholarships Programming, Excellence in Outstanding Service Project and Excellence in Outstanding Recruitment Award at the Southeastern Interfraternity Conference (SEIFC) Feb. 21-23 in Atlanta. Advisor Andrew Rash won the Dr. Tom Shoemaker Award for Advisor of the Year. In addition, IFC executive council members Kody Okert (Kappa Sigma) and Will Downey (Phi Delta Theta) placed third in the Order of Omega Case Study Competition.
“SEIFC provided our IFC group with an outstanding outlook on how to hold our chapters accountable in the movement toward making Greek Life what it is meant to be,” WKU IFC President Wood Brown said. “Not only did we get to hear outstanding and humbling speeches from various speakers, we also had the honor of taking home several awards that showcase how much our IFC does internally and externally at WKU. While IFCs at some universities are struggling to keep their identity, SEIFC provided me with more confidence than ever that WKU Greeks hold themselves to the highest regard. We set the bar high for other campuses to follow. And for that, I could not be more proud.”
The CCWL and SEIFC conferences host Panhellenic and IFC councils from schools all over the country.
Contact: Andrew Rash, (270) 745-2484