Pi Beta Phi
At Clemson University


Chapter Leadership

Chapter President: Caitlin Barkley

"In interviewing for Chapter President, I was motivated to lead our chapter in order to become the premier organization and family I know it can be. The amazing women in our chapter deserve an organization that will inspire, develop, and challenge them as individuals while getting the most out of their college experience."




Vice President of Membership Development: Taylor Miguelino

"My favorite part of being VPMD is that I get to shape our members into premier women and leaders! Through academic support and values-based programming, I hope to give the members of our chapter the tools that they need to succeed after Clemson. I wholeheartedly believe that everyone has the potential to do big things in the world, and nothing makes me happier than seeing my sisters thrive."



Vice President of Finance: Emily Maziarski

"I was inspired to run for VPF after seeing how amazing last year's exec was working with each other and for the well-being of the chapter.  I wanted to put my skills to use and serve the wonderful girls of Pi Phi the best I could.  I love that my position as Vice President of Finance isn't solely focused on finance, I get to work with every exec member and see so many more aspects of the Chapter I wasn't expecting to be involved in.  Having this position has been extremely rewarding."

Vice President of Housing: Talia Pekari

"I ran for Vice President of Housing because I wanted to be in a leadership position where I could meet all of my sisters and be an available resource to them when needed. I value our sisterhood, and have a lot of ideas on how to strengthen the bond between the girls living on the hall."



Vice President of Event Planning: Darian Bordon


"I was inspired to run for this position first with my previous experience by serving SC Beta as the Sisterhood Events Chair. Being in this position for a whole year, I got to work closely with the VPEP and became very passionate about not only serving the Chapter, but also wanting to make events fun and engaging. One of the main reasons I joined Pi Phi was because of the core values and the importance that is placed on them. I strive to plan and bring sisters together for events that they can be themselves, make stronger relationships with one another, and foster the core values."


Vice President of Administration: Brianna Moore

"Serving as VPA allows me to contribute to our chapter in a way that promotes membership understanding that transitions into lifelong commitment. By promoting dedicated sisterhood and proper administration, SC Beta leans toward its best potential. Our Pi Beta Phi journey lasts much longer than our collegiate years, and I hope to instill that growth factor in my fellow sisters!" 



Vice President of Communications: Kaitlyn Phillips 

"Since the moment I joined Pi Phi I have always been all in and joining Exec was a no brainer for me! I was inspired to join exec because I wanted to be able to make an impact on the lives of each and every sister in SC Beta. My hope was to learn more about each and every member and to be able to make a positive impact on their Pi Phi experience. I wanted to be able to work with a group of women who I know I can always count on to help me out and who I know will work each and every day to make SC Beta even better than it was the day before! I am most passionate about pleasing every member of this chapter to the best of my abilities! Whether it is featuring them on the social media or creating a t-shirt that people are so excited to receive, my hope is that even the little things go a long way in improving each members Pi Phi experience!"




Vice President of Membership: Savannah Harrelson

"The thing that inspired me to run for this position was going through recruitment last year and realizing how much I fell in LOVE with the whole process!"




Vice President of Fraternity Development: Lindsey Blustein

"I was inspired to run for Vice President of Fraternity Development because I was passionate about Pi Beta Phi's rich history. At 150 years old, we are the first fraternity for women and that is something that I am so proud to be part of and want to inspire others to take pride in as well. I wanted the opportunity to not only be more involved in my chapter but to also give back to the organization that has given me so much. As VPFD I have the privilege of being in charge of initiation and Founder's Day, which are some of the memories that members are going to take with them for the rest of their lives. Being part of something bigger than myself, while also working to make this organization better, has been such an accomplishment." 



Vice President of Philanthropy: Marilyn Hazlett


This fraternity is about more than just the social aspect. Being VPP has provided me the opportunity to develop our sisters into premiere women with philanthropic hearts motivates me to create service opportunities, host fundraising percent nights at local venues, and share with the world why Pi Phi sisters care so much about literacy. 

I ran for VP Philanthropy because reading has always been one of my favourite pastimes and knowing that one in four children cannot read even this website breaks my heart. I've long been an advocate of literacy and education, so VPP was a natural fit for me. I love serving the chapter and fostering philanthropic service among sisters.