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Members of Alpha Phi recognize the importance of using their collegiate years to gain valuable leadership experience. Our members hold many leadership positions within our chapter that guide and govern our members. These roles allow our chapter officers the opportunity to become a leader among their peers.

Meet our Executive Team!

Hi everyone! My name is Jillian Horowitz and I am so excited to be Chapter President! I am a second year political science student from Great Neck, New York. My goals for the chapter over the next two semesters are to foster relationships with the rest of the Greek community on campus, find us an incredible chapter house, and continue to build the amazing friendships that we are all so lucky to have in our sorority. I believe that the 2019 Executive Team is stellar and that we will do great things for Kappa Zeta!

My name is Wynette Agustin and I am so excited to be Kappa Zeta’s Vice President of Risk Management! I am currently in the third year of my Bachelors in Education, specializing in Kindergarten and Elementary Education. My team and I are excited to plan mixers, chixers, and Alpha Phi's formal. It is our goal to ensure that the events we host foster a safe environment for all our sisters to have fun. I look forward to our many events in the year ahead!

Hello! My name is Carly Brown, and I am the Vice President of Membership Education and Programming. This is my fourth year at McGill, where I am studying in the Faculty of Education, specializing in Kindergarten and Elementary education. This term, I am excited to work with my amazing department to continue developing our chapters sisterhood and ensure that our chapter is well acquainted with our purposes and values.

My name is Shannon Benson and I am the incoming Vice President of Finance for the Kappa Zeta chapter of Alpha Phi here at McGill. This year, I’m looking forward to improving the efficiency of the finance department and the overall fiscal responsibility of our chapter. By ensuring that all dues and payments are collected and made in a timely manner, the wellbeing and general health of the chapter will improve. I’m so excited for the year ahead!

Hi, my name is Maggie DeMilt, a U1 philosophy student, and I am beyond excited to be McGill Alpha Phi’s new Vice President of Membership Recruitment. Alpha Phi and the incredible sisters it brought me truly have made McGill my home. I cannot explain how much I am looking forward to helping Alpha Phi grow even more in the next semesters and recruit more amazing girls to be a part of our sisterhood.

I’m Linnea Munro, and I’m currently in U1 at McGill, studying Computer Science and Biology. I am so excited to be a part of Kappa Zeta’s second executive team. As Vice President of Marketing, I’m eager to get Alpha Phi’s name out there on campus and in the greater Montreal community. Keep an eye on our Instagram and Facebook, as well as our website, because the marketing team is going to have some fantastic content to show you just who we are!

Hello! My name is Julia Strauss, and I am Kappa Zeta’s Vice President of Community Relations! I’m from Philadelphia, PA and in my second year of pursuing a bioengineering degree. Both Montreal and Alpha Phi have given me a lot over the past two years, and I’m grateful for the opportunity to give back to my community and my sisters. Keep an eye out for our upcoming community service and philanthropy events and get excited — I definitely am!

Hi, I’m Melanie Rose and I’m Kappa Zeta’s Executive Administrator. I’m from Toronto, and this is my second year at McGill, majoring in history. One of my favourite things about Alpha Phi is the amazing sisterhood. I love spending time with my sisters, whether it’s studying together, going on coffee dates, or just hanging out.  My goals for the upcoming year are increasing membership participation and keeping the chapter as organized as possible.

My name is Martha and I am a U2 double major in political science and international development. I’m from a town north of Montreal and I am over the moon to serve as Kappa Zeta Chapter’s Panhellenic Delegate for the upcoming year! I am looking forward to representing the opinions of my sisters in the greater Greek sphere of McGill University and I hope to help strengthen our relationships with the other sororities on campus.