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

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 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

 Chapter President, Samantha Layne 

Scottsdale, Arizona

I am thrilled to be able to serve as our Chapter President.  The members in this chapter constantly inspire me to be the best person, leader, and sister I can be. They are my closest friends and biggest support system. I hope that I can give back to our members all that this chapter has given to me. I am so grateful that they have trusted me to guide our chapter leadership team and our chapter as a whole throughout this year. I am so excited for the impact this group of leaders has in store for SC Beta!!

Hannah Mitchell, Vice President Operations

Simpsonville, South Carolina

​​​​​I decided to run for VPO this year because I wanted to be able to make a direct impact on the execution of ideas and overall member satisfaction in Pi Phi. I value servant leadership and l always knew I wanted to get more involved in a role that is centered around organization and communication with others. Serving in a leadership position has already allowed me to meet so many new people in my chapter and other pi phi chapters around the country, and I can’t to see what the rest of the year brings me. When I first joined Pi Phi, I never imagined that I would be surrounded by so much love and support from everyone in this sorority. I have made friends for life who have changed me for the better. I am beyond excited to see our chapter members and our chapter as a whole grow this year!

Laura Grace Goldsmith, Vice President Risk Management

Winston Salem, North Carolina

Pi Phi was the place I found my home at Clemson and has allowed me to grow into the person I am today. The girls I met and great friendships I have formed is the best part. I felt home in Pi Phi because all the girls were so accepting and truly want to get to know you. Serving as the VP of Risk Management allows me to have conversations with members to ensure their safety. Through this position, I also have the opportunity to promote our Core Values and guide the chapter.

Sabrina Hosmer, Vice President Member Experience

Potomac, Maryland

​​I could not be happier to be serving our chapter as Vice President Member Experience. Ever since I was little, my grandma recalled countless stories about her Pi Phi sisters and memories with me. Since I joined Pi Phi myself, the experiences, memories, and opportunities that SC Beta has created has made me a better me. Pi Phi truly has become my home away from home, and this position allows me to share my love of Pi Phi with our chapter and help enhance each of our member’s own experiences. I am looking forward to inspiring members to get more our of their involvement in Pi Phi, so we’ll all continue to tell stories about our chapter long after graduation.

Anna Heintz, Vice President Finance & Housing

Anderson, South Carolina

I am so excited to be serving as VP of Finance and Housing of Pi Phi this year! I hope that by serving this chapter, I will be able to give back to Pi Phi at least a portion of what it has given me. I am constantly surrounded by girls who are loving, supportive, and inspiring, and I have met some of my best friends in Pi Phi. My time in this organization has been a highlight of my time at Clemson. I can’t wait to work with this chapter and see how it continues to evolve!

Emily Burkhalter, Vice President Recruitment

Mandeville, Louisiana

I wanted to serve SC Beta as Vice President of Recruitment because I love how every year come August we get the chance to bring in amazing young women into this incredible sisterhood! Overseeing this process is something I’ve always wanted to be a part of, and I can’t wait to see what this year has in store for SC Beta!

Sarah Beth BArker, Vice President Community Relations 

I am so excited to be serving as VPCR this year! I love this position because it gives me the opportunity to give back to SC Beta and the community. Through this position I get to showcase all of the amazing qualities that make SC Beta so special. Pi Phi has given me more in these first 2 years than I could’ve ever imagined. Clemson has always been home for me but Pi Phi has given me the most amazing sisters and support sisters. I am thrilled to get to serve our chapter this year. PPLAM and Go Tigers! 

Shelby Copper, Director Recruitment Events 

Los Gatos, California

I am so excited to be Director of Recruitment Events because I want to help our chapter grow and recruit some amazing girls that share our values. I can’t wait to show the PNMs how genuine the girls in our chapter are and be there to support our girls in making this chapter the best it can be. I am honored to serve on this leadership team and I can’t wait to see what this year has in store!

Hope Louis, Director Leadership

Columbus, Ohio

I am so excited to serve the chapter as Director Leadership. This role helps me inspire leadership in our sisters while promoting personal growth. Pi Beta Phi has given me the confidence to lead and such a strong sisterhood. Being able to watch our sisters develop into amazing leaders is an honor, and I can’t wait to see what this year has in store. PPL! 

Jenna Fowler, Director Social Events

Rock Hill, South Carolina

When I first came to Clemson, I never would have pictured myself taking on a leadership position in my sorority, but the love I have for Pi Phi and my sisters inspired me to try something new.  I love my position as Director Social Events, because it allows me to plan events that strengthen friendships among our sisters and within the Greek community. This year, I am so excited to serve our chapter! I hope to plan fun events that can provide our sisters with opportunities to grow closer to one another and to take a break from the stresses that come with college life.

Mary Werner, Director New Member Experience

Fort Mill, South Carolina

When I went through the new member process Fall 2019, I had so much excitement about being a future member of Pi Beta Phi. Although the new member process can be overwhelming, my new member director guided my new member class through the new member period, informing us of what we needed to do and when it needed to be done. Because of this, I knew I wanted to play a part in making future new members lives easier during this period. I decided to apply to be Director of New Member Experience in order to make this dream a reality. Since then, I have been surrounded by an extremely supportive group of women on the Chapter Leadership Team who push me to do my best and succeed within this position. I am so thankful for SC Beta and the opportunities it’s given me in the short time I’ve been here!

Merideth Floyd, Director Housing

San Antonio, Texas

I’ve loved being in pi phi and have really enjoyed all the opportunities i’ve had to get even more involved in the chapter, so when I had the chance to be the director of housing I took it right away! We have such a unique housing experience being a chapter that has a hall on campus instead of a house, and I have loved getting to work with the chapter as a whole and the people living on the hall to help give them an even better experience during their collegiate years!​​​​​​​ ​​​​​​​

Caitlin Fisher, Director Service & Philanthropy

Tinton Falls, New Jersey

I love my position because our philanthropy is one of things that I love most about Pi Phi and I love that I have the opportunity to help the communities around campus while also growing closer to my sisters through events and service hours. Bonding over such rewarding and fulfilling activities is like no other and truly makes Pi Beta Phi such an important and special thing.

Jess Engel, Director Policy & Prevention Education

Westchester, New York

 I am so excited to serve the chapter as the DPPE this year! I chose to run for this position because I place a high priority on health, safety and overall wellness in my own life, and I want to share that with the chapter! I hope I can make an impact on improving the holistic wellness of the chapter, and creating a fun, safe environment for everyone. I’m so excited to work with the chapter leadership team this year!

Audrey McDonald, Director Lifelong Membership

​​​​​​​Denver, Colorado

I wanted to be the director of lifelong membership because i wanted to support the juniors and seniors as they transition into their roles as the chapters leaders and alumni! i love being a pi phi and i’m so grateful for the opportunities and friendships i’ve gained and i wanted to give back to my chapter as a member of the leadership team! ​​​​​

Elizabeth Burbage, Director Member Finances

Columbia, South Carolina

​​​​​​​​​I love Pi Phi because I’ve met some of my closest friends through it. Because Pi Phi has given me so much, I knew when there was the opportunity to give back with a leadership position I had to take it! I was interested in Director of Finances because I wanted to help create a budget for our chapter with which we could accomplish as much as possible this year!

Sophia Hennessy, Director PR & Marketing

Fort Mill, SC

I am happy to represent my chapter as the Director PR & Marketing. I had the opportunity to travel to Washington DC for the Pi Beta Phi and saw how crucial social media was not only for connecting members but also for connecting chapters across the US and Canada. I am proud to be a member of Pi Phi and I am so lucky to have the opportunity to showcase the amazing things our sisters are doing through social media!

Amanda Rock, Director Membership Selection

Charlotte, North Carolina

I’m really looking forward to serving our chapter as DMS this year! Pi Beta Phi has introduced me to some incredible people and provided me with so many opportunities, including this special opportunity to lead. I’m beyond excited to facilitate the recruitment process and work alongside the leadership team to strengthen the sisterhood that has helped shape me into who I am today.

Sydney Murin, Director Member Conduct

Howell, New Jersey

Being at a college so far from home I wanted to be a part of an organization that made everyone feel welcome and comfortable. I could see in Pi Phi that all of the girls were genuine and would become close friends. Everyone in the sorority is supportive and encouraging which is one of the reasons I decided to run for a leadership position. I wanted to be able to make a difference in an organization that helped me feel like part of a family. Throughout my time in Pi Phi I have had loads of fun and made friendships that will last a lifetime.

Danielle Kelly, Director Academics

Mullica Hill, New Jersey

​​Being at a college so far from home I wanted to be a part of an organization that made everyone feel welcome and comfortable. I could see in Pi Phi that all of the girls were genuine and would become close friends. Everyone in the sorority is supportive and encouraging which is one of the reasons I decided to run for a leadership position. I wanted to be able to make a difference in an organization that helped me feel like part of a family. Throughout my time in Pi Phi I have had loads of fun and made friendships that will last a lifetime.

Morgan Odom, Director Fraternity Heritage

Cowpens, South Carolina

I wanted to be in a leadership position because I wanted to give back to Pi Beta Phi since this chapter and organization has given me so much. I’m passionate about the position of Director Fraternity Heritage and the history that built this amazing organization that I call home. I’m so excited to be able to continue the traditions of Pi Beta Phi in our own South Carolina Beta Chapter. Pi Beta Phi has given me so much support and sincere friendships and I couldn’t imagine my life without it or my sisters. 

Katherine Summers, Panhellenic Delegate

Clermonte-Ferrand, France

I love my position because it is the perfect opportunity to be involved with my sorority while also getting the opportunity to experience panhellenic all together. I get to meet girls from every sorority and see how we all work together through panhellenic. I love pi phi because I have found my friends for the rest of my life here. The girls in pi phi are so involved in academics and philanthropy and I love how everyone is their own unique women yet we fit so perfectly together.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​