Hi! My name is Laura and I am a sophomore studying political science and philosophy. I plan on attending law school after I earn my undergraduate degree at Elmhurst. Previously, I served as the Director of Harm Reduction and Prevention for the Rho Theta Chapter. I also serve on a national committee for Phi Mu called the Collegiate Advisory Council. Phi Mu has made me into the woman I am today. I have grown as a leader, supporter, sister and friend. What I love most about Phi Mu is my sisters, who are a constant source of support in my life. Being Chapter President has been such a special experience for me, and I am so fortunate to have an amazing executive board and chapter alongside me through this journey.
Vice President of Development
Hello beautiful people! My name is Annelise and I am a junior studying Exercise Science in pursuit of achieving my masters degree in Occupational Therapy. I have previously served on the executive board as Panhellenic Delegate in 2018. In my role as VP of Development I strive to make our chapters engaging, informative, and fun! Phi Mu has pushed me outside of my comfort zone to take on leadership positions, such as these, over the years. Because of that I have seen nothing but growth within myself. Being apart of the Rho Theta chapter has taught me to empower and be empowered by other women every day. The Rho Theta 2019 executive board is full of potential and I cannot wait to see where this year will take us!
Vice President of Committees
Hi! My name is Holland and I am a sophomore studying Nursing. After graduating, I hope to be a pediatric intensive care unit nurse, with dreams of working at Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago. I previously served as the Service Chair on Jr Exec. I love being a part of Phi Mu because it has allowed me to grow and learn about myself and be a more confident individual. It also has given me the chance to help the children I wish to take care of some day. Phi Mu has allowed me to meet incredible women and learn how I can continue to embody its values each and every day.
Hi! My name is Marissa and I am a sophomore studying Special education with a minor in Spanish! I previously held the position of Ritual chair and currently hold the position of secretary. I love being a part of Phi Mu because of all the great friendships I have made. I have made so many great memories already and I cannot wait for the many more to come!
Hi! My major is marketing and entrepreneurship management. I was past VP of committees. And I love Phi Mu because I have made life long friends, gained experience for my future success, and stepped out of my comfort zone to grow as an individual!
Hi! I’m Morgan and I am studying Physical Education with minors in Health Education and Dance Education. I have previously held the position of Secretary on the Exec Board and I currently am Rho Theta’s Membership Director. Phi Mu has provided me with the best group of women and a support system unlike anything else. Phi Mu has helped me grow into my true self and given me such a strong passion for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.
H! My name is Lilly and I am a Sophomore studying Sociology with a double minor in Spanish and Social Work. After graduation, I plan on pursuing my master's degree at UIC in Social Work. I've never held a previous position in Phi mu so this is my first time serving an executive position as Philanthropy Chair. This opportunity has provided me many networking opportunities from meeting with staff here on campus to attending events with alumni. This opportunity has also allowed me to connect with more girls within the chapter and encourage me to step out of my comfort zone and support me when it comes to planning new events.
Hi! My name is Nia and I am a sophomore studying Communication Sciences & Disorders with a minor in Medical Humanities. After my undergrad, I plan to go for my Masters of Science in Speech Pathology in order to become a speech-language pathologist. Being apart of Phi Mu has introduced me to so many new friends and opportunities that I wouldn’t have without it. It has allowed me to open up out of my shell and be who I really am. I always went back and forth about joining a sorority, but I can’t imagine my life without Phi Mu now and the girls I have met along the way. I’m so excited to be serving as Social Chairman for my first executive position!
Hi! My name is Emmy Jezek and I’m a junior studying Communication Sciences and Disorders (Speech-Language Pathology). After graduation, I plan to attend graduate school to receive a masters in speech-language pathology to work in an elementary school. I previously served as Rho Theta’s Sunshine Chair. I love being a sister of Phi Mu because not only have I met my life-long best friends who inspire me every day, but Phi Mu has encouraged me to go outside my comfort zone and try new things. My sisters are always there to just for support and comfort, but they also aspire me to reach out for leadership positions. Rho Theta has helped me grow in my self-confidence and push me to do things I never thought I would do. I can’t wait to serve on Rho Theta’s executive board with such inspiring and strong sisters around me!
Hi I am majoring in speech pathology and minoring in dance. I have not held any previous positions in Phi Mu, but I am excited to be Phi Director. I love Phi Mu because of the bond that we all share and how we are always there for each other. This group of girls has provided me with a place to be myself and break out of my shell. I am honored to be a part of a group of girls who believe in love, honor, truth and follow by those every day. Phi Mu has given me so many opportunities and continues to help me grow here on campus.
Hi! I am a rising senior studying Human Resources Management. I am currently holding the Panhellenic Delegate position on our exec team! I’ve also been the Provisional Member Director on our executive board the year before. I love being part of phi mu because it’s a way to get away from everything else. I love spending time with my sisters whether it’s getting lunch or studying