2020-21 Executive Officers

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President
Macey Fry
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Administrative Vice President
Hunter Fleming

Hometown: Highlands Ranch, CO

Why Gamma Phi: I had no intention of joining a sorority, but it is by far the best decision I have made thus far. I was encouraged to go through recruitment, particularly by my parents, as I had recently moved 1,000 miles away from my friends and family, and I would need “home away from home.” I agreed to rush, and as soon as I visited Gamma Phi Beta on the first datebook, I realized that I had found my home away from home. I was surrounded by the most down to earth and genuine women. I called my parents and confidentially told them I knew I found my home away from home. Every day since I have met the most incredible and empowering women. I have the privilege to be a part of a chapter that embraces everyone’s differences and loves them for it, builds each and everyone up, and is full of complete love and compassion for all.

Hometown: Temecula, CA

Why Gamma Phi: I knew from the first time I stepped in the Gamma Phi Beta house that this was the place I was meant to be. Every day during recruitment I would cry because of how much love and support I felt from all the women in Gamma Phi, and I barely knew them. Since then, I am beyond grateful to be a part of such an incredible group of women who not only support one another every day but are all so genuine. I have met amazing women that I know will be my best friends for the rest of my life.

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Education Vice President
Madi Shands

Hometown: St. Louis, MO

Why Gamma Phi: I transferred to CU after my freshman year of college and decided to rush as a sophomore. It was a little intimidating at first but when I continued to go back to Gamma Phi I fell in love immediately. Every girl you meet in the house is so unique and genuine and has constant open arms to every new member. It is so special to be a part of an amazing organization that builds strong girls and I am thankful to be surrounded by this community for the rest of my life.

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Financial Vice President
Emily Feasel

Hometown: Golden, CO

Why Gamma Phi: I joined Gamma Phi because it was the place that felt most comfortable right from the start. All the girls were so welcoming every day and made an effort to get to know the real me and I did not feel like I had to put on a show or pretend to be someone I am not around them. Since joining Gamma Phi I have met some of the most genuine, kind, fun, and outgoing girls who I am lucky enough to now call my best friends. Every girl in this chapter is so unique and it truly is a place that builds strong girls, I feel so lucky to call Gamma Phi my home and all these amazing women my sisters. I know I have met my people and friends that I will have for a lifetime.

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Membership Vice President
Addie Nakari

Panhellenic Affairs Vice President
Audry Sapp

Hometown: Boulder, CO

Why Gamma Phi: I always knew I wanted to be a part of a sorority but I never knew it could be more than a social thing until I walked into Gamma Phi Beta. Walking through the doors on first datebook I was immediately greeted with a universal feeling of love and support. My conversations each day proved that this chapter was so much more than what meets the eye.  Being a part of Gamma Phi the last two years has impacted me in more ways than I can count. Gamma Phi has proven to me time and time again that sororities are so much more than stereotypes portray. This chapter is my home and the relationships I’ve built have meant more to me than I ever could’ve imagined.  Going through recruitment can be very scary but Gphi eliminated that fear for me and allowed me to feel at ease. Each day I learn more about myself and what it means to be a Gamma Phi Beta because of the women I am surrounded by. These women have taught me what it means to be unconditionally loved and supported and for that, I am eternally grateful.

Hometown: Golden, CO

Why Gamma Phi: I joined Gamma Phi because it helped me get the fresh start I was looking for. I live out-of-state and am a first-generation college student. I came to CU and went into recruitment not knowing what to expect. Gamma Phi exceeded all of my expectations. Every day I feel so grateful to be a part of something so special. This sorority has introduced me to the most amazing girls and I've created lifetime friendships that I will never forget. Everyone is so supportive, hardworking, creative, unique and so much more and I would never want to go through college without this amazing community. I will forever cherish my time as a member, living in, being an executive officer and carry all my memories and things that I have learned with me forever.

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(L to R: Maddy Rice, Helena Valenzuela)

Public Relations Vice President
Maddy Rice

Hometown: Austin, TX

Why Gamma Phi: I was terrified yet so excited to join a sorority. My biggest fear was being judged by all of these intimidating, beautiful young women I met during recruitment— who wouldn't be scared of that! But when I walked into the 935 on my first day of recruitment, I didn't feel that same pressure I had at other houses. There was something about these girls that stood out to me, whether it was their genuine smiles or their heartwarming vulnerability, I can't remember. All that I know is Gamma Phi Beta felt like home the second I stepped through those black doors and has continued to warm my heart every day since! I am so proud to be a Gamma Phi Beta and to share that bond with thousands of other strong ladies.

Recording Secretary
Kennedy Stephen

Hometown: Denver, CO

Why Gamma Phi: One of my first memories of this sorority was during recruitment when I walked in, saw the smiles and was escorted inside by my future big. Through our conversation, I saw how her eyes light up as she talked about how her aunt helped with Girls on the Run and I loved that because in high school I was very involved with the community. My favorite memory is living in my sophomore year, in a quad. My roommates and I were not friends before living together but soon enough we couldn’t stop laughing or talking with each other all night long. From the start of my journey by walking inside, to bid day and then moving in, every memory I have in between and after is my why Gamma Phi. This sorority has become so much more and allowed me to create friendships that I can 100% say will last a lifetime because I know whether a small or big moment happens in my life, they will be my first call.