Chapter President

​Kristianna Lea (’18) lives outside of San Francisco, on theSacramento Delta. She is majoring in entomology with a Dyson business minor.She is the President of the Club Swim Team on campus, and she conducts activeresearch on the predation methods of Assassin Bugs. Outside of school, Krisloves skiing, hiking, and general outdoors time. She loves the Pi Phisisterhood more than anything and strives to live out the common goal of oursix values everyday. Kris served a term as VPMD during 2016, and she is honoredto now assume the role of Chapter President! ​


VP Member Development

Rachel Soderstrom (’18) is from Houston,Texas. She is majoring in Human Development and minoring in Inequality Studiesand Spanish. Her favorite Pi Phi memory is when she and her Pi Phi sisters keptup an email chain while they were away from each other during the summer andFall semester while some of them studied abroad. Outside of Pi Phi, she tutorsthree times a week at high schools around Ithaca for Upward Bound, and sheperforms research for the Brainerd memory and neuroscience lab.


VP Fraternity Development

Erinn Ravosa (’19) is from Darien,Connecticut. She is studying Hotel Administration within the SC Johnson Collegeof Business. In addition to her role in Pi Beta Phi, she is involved in HotelEzra Cornell and is a Teaching Assistant for two classes within The HotelSchool. One fun fact about Erinn is that her older sister Marielle is a seniorin Pi Phi, and coincidentally, they're in the same lineage! One of Erinn'sfavorite Pi Phi memories is when she went on one of her big's tours of Cornellwith the rest of her lin.


VP Finance

Kirsten Wohlars (’19) is from LongIsland, NY.  She is majoring in Biometry& Statistics and minoring in Health Policy and Business with the intent togo into Hospital Administration. She considers herself to be an honoraryHotelie because she works at Taverna Banfi and does research in the HotelSchool. She is also on the founding EBoard of American Mock World HealthOrganization, a Cornell Tradition Fellow, and a Golden Key Scholar. In herspare time, she enjoys spending time outdoors with her Pi Phi sisters.


VP Housing

Gillian Prinzing (’19) lives in Buffalo,New York and is originally from Miami, Florida. She is a Biological Sciencesmajor with a concentration in Cell and Molecular Biology and is working towardsan Infectious Disease minor. Outside of Pi Beta Phi, she is involved in theCornell Figure Skating Club, Meinig Family Cornell National Scholars, andon-campus research. In her free time, Gillian loves catching up on all herfavorite TV shows, going to the movies, venturing into the Ithaca area, andcrossing things off the list of 161 things to do at Cornell with her sororitysisters and friends!


VP Membership

Emma Ackermann (’18) is from Cincinnati, Ohio. She ismajoring in Hotel Administration and minoring in Design & EnvironmentalAnalysis and Real Estate & Finance. This is Emma's second year on NYDelta's Executive Council. She previously held the position of Vice Presidentof Finance. She also is the Human Resources Student Supervisor for the newlycreated SC Johnson College of Business. Whenever she has free time, Emma istraining for her second half marathon, loves to travel, and enjoys trying newIthaca restaurants as often as she can. Her favorite Pi Phi memory was thismost recent Recruitment and she cannot wait to head it up next January. 


VP Administration

Kelley Nevils (’19) is fromLynnfield, Massachusetts. She is a majoring in Mechanical Engineeringand minoring in Business. Kelley is involved on campus as an orientationleader, an assistant at the Carol Tatkon first year resource center, ameditation leader, and a member of the Scientistas club. For fun, she enjoysmaking bucket lists, going for walks, drinking coffee, and zumba.


VP Communications

Heather Lukas (’19) is from Fairfax,Virginia.  She is majoring in Biomedical Engineering and also earning aDyson Business Minor.  In addition to her role in Pi Beta Phi, she isinvolved in Cornell Outdoor Education as an Outdoor Odyssey Guide and alsovolunteers with the Tompkins County SPCA.  In her free time, Heather enjoysrunning, yoga, watching Netflix, and going on adventures with her Pi Phisisters.


VP Philanthropy

Sarah DeMoully (’18) is from Denver, Colorado.  She is studying Global and Public HealthSciences.  In addition to her role on NYDelta’s Executive Council, she is a tour guide for Cornell.  Her favority Pi Phi memory is going to theLincoln Street Diner for weekly brunches and bonding with her lovely Pi Phisisters.


VP Event Planning

Rachel Marks (’19) is from Minnetonka, Minnesota.  She is studying Biological Sciences.  When Rachel is not busy studying organicchemistry, she can be found working at Louie’ food truck, dancing with BaseDance Group, and frolicking around Cornell’s campus.  Rachel’s favorite Pi Phi memory was bondingwith her Pi Phi sisters in the week that led up to formal membershiprecruitment.