Jordan Strittmatter is the current chapter President. She has been an active member for three years. She has also served as chapter secretary, chapter development assistant, big float chair and sisterhood assistant. She is Majoring in Middle School Math Education, and is involved with Order of Omega, Student Ambassadors, GAMMA, and Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society. Her favorite part about serving as chapter President is helping the chapter grow in leadership and sisterhood. She is looking forward to finishing out her term and a fantastic recruitment in the fall.
Vice President of Chapter Development
Hi everyone! My name is Megan Frerking and I'm the Vice President of Chapter Development for the Phi Mu- Zeta Lambda chapter. I'm a junior this year and am studying public relations. My family currently lives in Blue Springs, Missouri, but we've moved around all over the US. Being VP of Chapter Development has been a goal of mine for so long because I am so passionate about the health, success, and overall well-being of each woman in our chapter and within Phi Mu in general. I believe in what we do within Phi Mu. I believe in what we stand for and strive for. My goal for this position is to work with the women of this organization to continue to strengthen our positive influence on campus, to continue to grow in sisterhood, and to support each woman on her journey to their ideal self. Being in Phi Mu has been the greatest adventure of my life. These women continue to amaze me with their generosity, kindness, and support. I feel truly blessed to get to serve as these women's Vice President of Chapter Development!
Hi, my name is Chloe Johnson! I am a Junior Marketing Major at Northwest Missouri State. I found my home in Phi Mu 2 years ago and instantly knew I one day wanted to be on the Executive Board as Recruitment Director. I saw this position as a way to passionately share our bond with others who would have the opportunity to one day be a part of it as well. During recruitment, I fell in love with the way our chapter vibrantly showed off our amazing sisterhood; but over the years, I have fallen in love with the way our chapter consistently shows off our sisterhood at all times. I can’t wait for new members to experience this as well! A little bit about me: I work 3 jobs including- a “Stylist” for Maurices clothing store, an Activity Assistant at Oak Pointe Assisted Living, and a Development Assistant for the St. Francis Hospital Foundation. My dream job is to one day be a Development Officer for the St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital Foundation. I live a very busy life, but I could not be more thankful for the opportunities I have been given. In my free time I enjoy spending it with my family and friends! I am lucky enough to be a “townie” and get to see my wonderful parents, sisters, and 2 adorable corgis almost daily as they live right here in the ‘ville. I also enjoy working out, being outside, eating ice cream, and shopping online!
I'm a Medicinal Chemistry major from Kansas City, KS. I ran for secretary because I love to keep people organized and on task! My goal is to get people excited for events and keep our attendance high! I love being in Phi Mu because of the constant love and support shown by my sisters. I may have joined late but I feel like I never skipped a beat with my wonderful support system. I love to dance and make people smile!
Hello! My name is Karly Johnson and I am from Elkhorn, Nebraska. I serve as Phi Mu's Philanthropy Director and absolutely love my position. I will be a junior this upcoming year and I am studying Human Services with a minor in Child and Family Studies. I am extremely passionate about helping others, as it is what I want to do for a living and why I ran for my position as Philanthropy Director. There are many aspects in my life that I am passionate about; my family and friends, traveling, my education, and my faith, but one aspect that is incredibly important to me are the children at House of Hope Haiti. HOHH is an orphanage that has become extremely important to me and many other members of Phi Mu, and through the water project has become one of our local philanthropies over the past few years. I have been blessed to be able to travel to Haiti twice to love on the kiddos there. I would not have found my love for this country if it wasn't for Phi Mu and my amazing sisters who have pushed me to be a better version of myself the second I became a member of this chapter.
My name is Kayle and I am a Therapeutic Recreation major here at Northwest! I was lucky enough to serve as Phi Mu's Risk Management chair this past year. I love my position because it fosters growth not only for the chapter as a whole, but for each woman individually. Phi Mu (and these women) mean the world to me, and I would not be the person I am today without them. I am so excited to begin planning our Mind, Body, Soul campaign for this upcoming semester, to encourage people to embrace and celebrate every part of who they as people. I'm so lucky to be surrounded by a chapter who supports me and the things I'm passionate about.
Hi my names Elena and i'm from Omaha,Nebraska! I'm going to be a junior with a major in Public Relations and Communications! Ever since I've joined Phi Mu, one of my favorite things was always the mixers and different dances. it's a fun time to get closer to your sisters as well as the rest of the Greek community. I ran for social chair because I wanted to continue being involved in these fun events as well as planning them and making sure everyone had as much fun as I've always had! I can't wait to see what my last semester of social chair has in store and I hope everyone enjoys all the fun things I have planned! I hope all my event planning skills I've had from past jobs, internships, and this position will land me a job in event planning when I graduate in 2 years!