Meet our 2020 Chapter President, Samantha Slack, a junior studying Anthropology and International Studies from Fort Pierce, FL. She can't wait to get involved in supporting her sister in every aspect of their Pi Phi experience. “Pi Phi gave me the sisters and friends that stood with me through the hardest times of my life. We are amazingly diverse but they're the same in one special way- we are always there for each other! I look forward to serving them in the same way this sisterhood has supported me.”​​​​​​​


Meet Jessica Liang, our 2020 Vice President of Operations. She is from Bellevue, Washington and is majoring in Molecular & Cellular Biology and minoring in Business. She is on the varsity women’s tennis team and is the co-president of Osler Medical Symposium. She is also a research assistant for the Johns Hopkins Department of Pathology. “I am so excited to serve on the executive board for the upcoming year. Pi Phi has given me family, roommates, and some of my best friends. I can’t wait to see this sorority continue to grow and thrive.”


Our 2020 Vice President of Member Experience is Kate Keough. Kate is from Aubrey, Texas and is a Behavioral Biology major with intentions of going to veterinary school. On campus, she is involved in PAWS, a club that supports the Maryland SPCA in Hampden. She volunteers at the SPCA to walk and take care of the dogs, and on campus, she makes treats and toys for the animals. She is very excited to take on a greater role in the sorority because it has been a great impact on her college experience. 


Meet our 2020 Vice President of Recruitment, Jess Intile! Jess is a junior from Toms River, New Jersey majoring in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering with a minor in Entrepreneurship and Management. Jess is an active member of the Johns Hopkins chapter of Engineers Without Borders, and dances with the Modern Dance Company. Jess works as a research assistant in the Ostermeier Lab and as an Event Ambassador with the Office of Scheduling and Events. Pi Phi has introduced her to so many inspiring and unique women. This has helped Jess find lifelong friends and a great support system that has guided her in her academics and career. As VP Recruitment, Jess is excited to spread spirit throughout the chapter, guide her sisters through formal recruitment, and welcome amazing new members.


Our 2020 Vice President of Finance is Baochau Nguyen. Baochau is from Gainesville, Florida and is majoring in Neuroscience with a minor in Psychology. On campus, Baochau works for the Dean of Student Life office, is a teaching assistant, and serves a a study consultant in addition to being on the Consultant Advisory Board for the Study Consulting Program. She acts as the External Communications Director for HOPthon, the Vice President of Fellowship for Alpha Phi Omega, and Child Life volunteer, and participates in ALS research in Dr. Jefferey Rothstein's lab. As VPF, Baochau hopes to bring more financial literacy programs to the sisters in Pi Phi, educating them on budgeting and post-graduation financial management. Pi Beta Phi has helped Baochau find confidence in herself academically, professionally, and personally through the continuous support of her sisters.


Meet our 2020 Vice President of Community Relations, Izzy Geada. Izzy is a sophomore from Chelmsford, Massachusetts majoring in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering with a minor in Environmental Studies. On campus, she works in Special Collections in the Sheridan Libraries. She is also a member of CARE, WINGS, and plays trumpet in the Pep Band. Izzy volunteers as a Cat Cuddler at the MDSPCA and goes to hot yoga in Hampden! “Pi Phi has given me so much confidence and has enabled me to do things I never thought were possible. I have found such supportive friends who truly bring out the best in me. I’m so excited to have a bigger role in Pi Phi and I hope to be able to give back to this sorority which has given me so much”


Meet Marjorie Bowerman, the 2020 Vice President of Risk Management. She is a junior from Hunt Valley, Maryland, majoring in History and minoring in Accounting & Financial Management and Spanish for the Professions. She’s involved in Jaywalk Dance Team, Blue Key Society, and Campus Kitchen, and works in the Student Accounts Office. “Pi Phi has transformed my college experience in countless ways. I’m constantly in awe of the amazing, beautiful, and empowered women who make up our sorority. When I joined, I had no idea how special this sisterhood would become to me, as an unfailing support system and a constant inspiration. As an officer, I’m so excited and honored to help our chapter continue thriving and growing!”