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Executive Committee

Olivia Steigbigel

President

  • Email: gtphimu.president@gmail.com
  • Role: As president, I am responsible for maintaining external relations on campus. Additionally, I lead our Executive Committee and am the primary point of contact for our national headquarters.

Mara Murphy

Vice President of Operations

  • Email: gtphimu.vpops@gmail.com
  • Major: Business Administration
  • Role: As Vice President of Operations, I manage the day-to-day activities within the chapter and oversee all of our appointed positions and committee members.

Julia Behrend

Treasurer

  • Email: gtphimu.treasurer@gmail.com
  • Hometown: Alpharetta, GA
  • Major: Biomedical Enginering
  • Role: As Treasurer, I maintain the budget for all deposits and disbursements for all chapter committees. I also create the monthly bills on BillHighway and keep record of financial standing.
  • Favorite Phi Mu Memory: My favorite Phi Mu memory is when I returned to campus after being gone for 8 months, and I was immediately welcomed back with so much love from everyone in the chapter. I was happy to be home and back with my favorite people.

Abby Thein

Secretary

  • Email: gtphimu.secretary@gmail.com
  • Hometown: Atlanta, GA
  • Major: Computer Science
  • Role: As Secretary, I am responsible for keeping records of participation for our chapter as well as our meetings. I manage the calendar, booking chapter rooms and various paperwork.
  • Favorite Thing About Phi Mu: My favorite Phi Mu memory isn't one particular moment but just generally going to the house and having the most random and fun conversations. I always feel so at home and welcomed.

Caitlin Hubbard

Social Chair

  • Email: gtphimu.social@gmail.com
  • Hometown: Augusta, GA
  • Major: Biochemistry
  • Role: As Social Chair, I am responsible for planning, organizing, and budgeting social events for Phi Mu. I also create and maintain relationships with venues and other Greek chapters on campus.
  • Favorite Phi Mu Memory: My most treasured memory is for sure when my pham got together and watched my favorite movie, Mamma Mia, and ate ice cream during finals week. We couldn't stop laughing and singing along to the movie and I felt so happy in that moment with them.

Kaylee Correll

Recruitment Chair

  • Email: gtphimu.recruitment@gmail.com
  • Hometown: Atlanta, GA
  • Major: Computer Science
  • Role: As Membership Director, I oversee everything involving recruitment! I lead workshops, organize committees, chair positions, and bump groups, and I communicate with the Panhellenic Council on behalf of Phi Mu.

Kate Berg

New Member (Phi) Director

  • Email: gtphimu.phidirector@gmail.com
  • Hometown: Decatur, GA
  • Major: Biology
  • Role: As Phi Director, I get to welcome our new members. I am responsible for educating and empowering them as they are incorporated into our chapter.
  • Favorite Phi Mu Memory: My favorite memory would have to be on Bid Day. I felt overwhelmed, but watching the girls around me be so genuine and unapologetically goofy made me feel so willing to be myself and even bust out some of my own weird dance moves!

Emma Kate Costanza

Philanthropy Chair

  • Email: gtphimu.philanthropy@gmail.com
  • Role: As Philanthropy Chair, I am in charge of all things CHOA! I organize fundraisers throughout the year like Tea Party and Mu Marketplace, and I oversee our weekly philanthropy opportunities, like Atlanta Mission and coffee sales.

Sam Myers

Sisterhood Chair

  • Email: gtphimu.sisterhood@gmail.com
  • Hometown: Houston, TX
  • Major: Industrial & Systems Engineering
  • Role: I work to keep morale and positivity. I organize the annual Sisterhood retreat, sisterhood events, and pledge class mixers. During chapter meetings, I engage the chapter with fun activities to keep all members connected to one another.
  • Favorite Thing About Phi Mu: My favorite memory of Phi Mu is the sisterhood retreat I attended my first year in Phi Mu. We broke out into small groups and discussed deep and personal things. My group, composed of girls who were not best friends to begin with, got a lot closer.