CPC Executive Council

President
Maegan Abkemeier
maabkemeier@valdosta.edu

Jamie Mauldin
My name is Maegan Abkemeier and I am the President of the College Panhellenic Council here at Valdosta State University. I am from Cumming, Georgia. I am a junior and an International Business Major. I went through recruitment in the Fall of 2011, and it has been one of the best decisions I have made since beginning college. I have joined a wonderful group of women who have helped me grow into a person that I am proud of. The decision to go Greek has been a great decision because it not only provided me with great friends but also incredible opportunities. I encourage every college woman to go Greek and experience the amazing journey that comes with it! 

 

VP Development
Meghan McDaniel
megmcdaniel@valdosta.edu

Shelby Sharp
My name is Meghan McDaniel. I am from Johns Creek, Georgia and I am studying International Business with the hopes of traveling around the world. I came to Valdosta not only because it was close to the beach, but because of the strong Greek life. Leaving home was one of the toughest things for me to do, but with the help of my sisters and other Panhellenic women I found my home away from home. Greek life is one of the most positive things that has ever happened to me, and I strongly support everyone to go Greek!

 

VP Recruitment
Carley Craft
cdcraft@valdosta.edu

kimmi cantrell
Hi my name is Carley Craft. I am finishing up my sophomore year and I am majoring in Early Childhood Education and minoring in Administration. I am from Newnan, Georgia- thirty minutes south of Atlanta, which is about three and a half hours away. Needless to say I left all my friends and family behind when I left for Valdosta ready for a new start, and I knew going Greek was the right direction. I wanted Greek Life to give me that new sense of home or family, and I can honestly say it did. Never have I been home sick because ill always have a sister around. Greek Life is truly my home away from home!  It is a great way to meet new people, give back to the community, and build those leadership qualities in you that you may not know you ever even had.

 

VP Public Relations
Maggie McGlamry
mmmcglamry@valdosta.edu

Erin Dobbins
My name is Maggie McGlamry and I’m from Valdosta, GA.  I am a sophomore majoring in Mass Media. I went Greek in the Spring of 2013 and it has been one of the best decisions I have ever made. Becoming a Greek woman has not only allowed me to meet an amazing group of women, but also helped me grow as a person. I’ve gained confidence, leadership, and a desire to help others since going Greek. I have been presented with so many great opportunities to better myself not only while I’m in college but for life. I would encourage all women to go Greek because it is definitely an experience that’s worthwhile!

 

VP of Finance
Shelby Roberts
sheroberts@valdosta.edu

Anna Blackburn
My name is Shelby Roberts. I am a junior here at Valdosta State University majoring in Health and Physical Education. I am originally from Milledgeville, GA. Coming from such a small town and being so far from home I decided to go through formal recruitment hoping it would be a good way to meet some friends, but it gave me so much more than that. Going Greek was the best thing imaginable. It has given and taught me so many things such as leadership, friendship, service, love, motivation, and mostly made me a better woman. I would strongly suggest every woman to Go Greek! 

 

VP of Community Service
Salem Tennyson
srtennyson@valdosta.edu

Macey McGlammry
I am Salem Tennyson, and I am from Pelham, GA. I'm a sophomore Psychology major with a Communication minor. I became Greek during the fall of 2012 because I simply wanted to have every experience offered to me in college. It has been an incredible experience that has transformed me as a person. I wouldn't change it for anything. Because of Greek Life, I have been given countless opportunities for leadership and personal growth that I would not have had otherwise. I have learned many tools that not only have assisted me so far in college, but will continue to help me later in my life as an independent adult. Also, my sisters are my family, and that is not an exaggeration. Overall, this has been the best experience of my life.