The Executive Board of Directors (EBOD) work behind the scenes to aid the efficient operations of UGC while representing the entity as a whole. Officers are involved with a variety of multidisciplinary efforts that include creating and executing programs and events to serve UGC, maintaining chapter dues and budgeting, representing the council at workshops or events, working with the OFSL office and other Greek councils, or keeping a strong presence through marketing and social media.

Durnig Spring quarter of the academic year, each position is open to all members within UGC who are interested in broadening their leadership capabilities by taking on roles that will enable them to dive further into the world of Greek administration. Once elected to the Executive Board, members will go through a transition period with outgoing officers to ensure an efficient handover process. Being on the Executive Board allows Greeks to represent their houses while creating positive change that can benefit both their chapters and UGC as a whole.

Be sure to look out for more information on elections as the academic year progresses!

  • Executive Board of Directors (2018-2019)



    Message from the President
    Welcome to the United Greek Council!

    The United Greek Council was established at the University of Washington with the help of advisor Rene Singleton who worked under the UW Student Activities Office. We felt as if there was a need for representation on our college campus, especially as we witnessed a growth in our Asian and Latino Greek communities. Established in 2002, the United Greek Council continues to aim to unify historically underrepresented chapters on campus and since then, we have grown and now oversee twelve different organizations.

    As UGC President for the 2018-19 academic year, I hope to continue to improve our communication skills with our members by becoming more transparent about our ideas and how we plan on executing our goals. As always, we aim to increase member involvement at our community events by better advertising them and striving to ensure that our entity stays a safe and welcoming space for all, no matter their ethnicity or culture. Being a part of the United Greek Council brings us together as one; “In Unity, there is strength”. By coming together, we can impart unto ourselves a mutual sense of community, culture, and most importantly, academics - the three pillars that UGC is built on. Through cultural diversity and understanding, UGC unites minority Greek organizations at UW and offers opportunities for members to grow as leaders within their own communities and build professional skills.

    The best thing I did in my college career was become a member of my organization. My brotherhood exposed me to countless opportunities that I could not have achieved on my own and gave me that sense of family that I was looking for on large college campuses such as the UW. It presented me opportunities to network with individuals on different career paths than my own and if I needed anything, I knew that they’d have my back. To all prospective members out there looking to go Greek, I recommend you to explore your options and find an organization that you think will best fit your personality and values, and I guarantee that it may just help you meet your personal and professional goals while attending the University of Washington!

    SCODAWGS.

    Sincerely,
    LUIS ACEVES | PRESIDENT
    OMEGA DELTA PHI
    JUNIOR | PUBLIC HEALTH






    GENGEN QUINTANA | VICE PRESIDENT
    OMEGA DELTA PHI
    SENIOR | COMMUNICATIONS


    SARAH LEE | JUDICIAL AND SECRETARIAL AFFAIRS
    SIGMA PSI ZETA
    SOPHOMORE | SOCIAL WELFARE


    TONY LOZANO | FINANCE AND BUDGETING
    LAMBDA PHI EPSILON
    SENIOR | BUSINESS & INTERNATIONAL STUDIES


    MAILE CHUNG | EVENTS AND PROGRAMMING
    CHI SIGMA ALPHA
    SOPHOMORE | ASIAN STUDIES


    WENDY WANG | PUBLIC RELATIONS
    ALPHA KAPPA DELTA PHI
    JUNIOR | GENDER, WOMEN, AND SEXUALITY STUDIES & AMERICAN ETHNIC STUDIES


    CJAY HON | SOCIAL MEDIA & COMMUNICATIONS 
    LAMBDA PHI EPSILON
    JUNIOR | PUBLIC HEALTH

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