Phi Mu

James Madison University

– Gamma Theta –

Executive Committee


Savannah Mason

"I chose to run for this position because I am so passionate about our chapter and I wanted a position where I can create change and make our chapter even better and stronger than it already is."

  • Hometown: Alexandria, VA
  • Major: Justice Studies
  • Minors: Criminal Justice, Spanish

Vice President of Committees

Abbey McMullen

"I ran for this position because I love being a leader in the chapter and I felt like I had the experience necessary to be able to guide all of the committee heads and help them make all of their ideas come to fruition!"

  • Hometown: East Greenwich, RI
  • Major: Justice Studies
  • Minor: Public Policy and Administration

Vice President of Chapter Development

Rho Gamma

"I ran for VPCD because I wanted to be an outlet for the chapter not only to provide information and education through our chapter meetings but also to get more comfortable with all of our sisters and allow them to feel comfortable coming to me with anything they may need as a member on exec."

  • Hometown: Rockville Centre, NY
  • Major: Health Sciences


Erika Hurrell

"I ran for this position because I knew that it would challenge me the most, and it would allow me to grow as a person while learning new skills that I could apply to my life after I graduate college! I also wanted to serve my chapter and thought it would be a fun position to do so!"

  • Hometown: Sterling, VA
  • Major: Health Sciences
  • Minor: Business

Membership Director

Miranda Morrone

"Going through recruitment my freshman year, I knew I wanted to be one of the girls outside the house who was the brains behind the operation. My g-big was membership director before me and set an amazing example as to what a great leader is. I then went on to be assistant, and now I’m finally where I saw myself freshman year. I love the whole recruitment process and can’t wait to bring home our new pledge class!"

  • Hometown: Towaco, NJ
  • Major: Creative Advertising
  • Minor: Business

Panhellenic Delegate

Courtney Fusting

"I ran for Panhellenic Delegate to be able to help sisters get more involved, and represent our chapter well within the greek community."

  • Hometown: Nashville, TN
  • Major: Business Management
  • Minor: Honors, Interdisciplinary Studies

Provisional Member Director

Fiona Martin

"I ran for this position because I want to make positive change in this chapter, and be a role model for the new members. I hope to make them feel loved, respected, and welcomed to Phi Mu."

  • Hometown: Yonkers, NY
  • Major: Nursing

Corresponding Secretary

Carrie Saylor

"I ran for this position because I love getting involved with the events that our chapter and JMU puts on and I wanted to share that passion of being part of something bigger than you with our sisters. Phi Mu has brought me so much over the years and I’m proud to now be able to give back to it all!"

  • Hometown: Spring City, PA
  • Major: Nursing

Recording Secretary

Bella Smith

"I ran for recording secretary because I was looking for a way to get more involved in the chapter and the to be a voice for other members. This chapter has given so much to me so I am excited to give back to the chapter through my position!"

  • Hometown: Richmond, VA
  • Major: Nursing
  • Minor: Chronic Illness

Philanthropy Chairwoman

Haley Szramoski

"I ran for Philanthropy Chair because I enjoy giving back to a community that has given me so much. Phi Mu helped me find my home here at JMU and through them I have had the privilege of meeting different miracle kids, and hearing their stories as well as engaging more within the Harrisonburg Community. It is extremely important to give back especially during the times we are in. Many families and individuals across the world have gone through extreme adversity due to COVID-19 and our job as Phi Mu sisters is to lend a helping hand and attempt to serve these individuals however best we can."

  • Hometown: Alexandria, VA
  • Major: Public Policy and Administration
  • Minor: History

Director of Harm Reduction and Prevention

Emily Peacher

"I ran for this position because I care a lot about my sorority and my sisters safety. I wanted to give back to what’s given me so much joy!"

  • Hometown: South Riding, VA
  • Major: Health Sciences
  • Minor: Pre-Occupational Therapy

Academic Excellence Chairwoman

Hailey Miller

"I ran for this position because I am very passionate about academics and I want to be an outlet for sisters to come to for advice regarding school or anything! I also want to help make sisters aware of scholarship opportunities and help them in any way I can academically."

  • Hometown: Voorhees, NJ
  • Major: Nursing
  • Minor: Chronic Illness

Honor Committee Chairwoman

Ciara Weidmann

"I ran for honor because I am passionate about sisters looking out for one another and encouraging growth among each other as individuals as well as the chapter as a whole."

  • Hometown: Clifton, VA
  • Major: Nursing
  • Minor: Chronic Illness, Honors Interdisciplinary Studies

Public Relations

Alexa Eisenbart

  • Major: Health Sciences
  • Minor: Criminal Justice, Biology
  • Why did you run for this position?: "I ran for PR because our chapter prides itself in the bond of our sisterhood, our diversity, and our inclusivity, and I believe PR is the perfect opportunity to showcase these amazing qualities in an uplifting, trendy way. "