Bethany Nolan named President of Panhellenic Council at Texas A&M
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Bethany Nolan, a senior at Texas A&M University in College Station, was recently named President of the Collegiate Panhellenic Council for the 2014 year.

The Collegiate Panhellenic Council (CPC) is the coordinating body of the 12 National Panhellenic Conference sororities represented at Texas A&M University. The council is comprised of an 11-member Executive Board, along with one delegate and one alternate delegate from each member group. Panhellenic provides support and services to sororities as well as represents sorority life to the University and Bryan/College Station community.

Greek students at Texas A&M embody the Aggie Spirit and exemplify the qualities of being a true Aggie.

Panhellenic women strive for academic excellence, campus involvement, leadership, and philanthropic achievement. Bethany will work with not only with CPC, but represent them along with other student body Presidents throughout the year in meetings with Texas A&M’s Chancellor and Board of Regents.

Bethany previously held the position of Vice President for Collegiate Panhellenic Council’s Campus and Community Relations and led and organized Texas A&M’s Panhellenic Council first Redefinition week, which served as a way to empower Aggie women and those in the community as better leaders through seminars and guest speakers.

Bethany, an Agriculture Communications and Journalism major at Texas A&M University, is also a member of Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority, where she has served as the incentives chair for recruitment and the decorations chair for their philanthropy. She currently serves as the Outreach Team Leader for the organization BUILD, which unites all organizations at Texas A&M University.

Bethany is the daughter of Scott and Alise Nolan, granddaughter of Ali Goudarzi of Dallas, Virginia Young Goudarzi and Billie Nolan of Gilmer and the late Walter A. Nolan.
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