Pi Beta Phi
AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
Chapter Leadership

Kelsey Berryman, Class of 2020

Chapter President

Kelsey is a third-year Public Policy major with a specialization in Education Policy from Tucson, Arizona. She previously served as the Vice President of Philanthropy, and her favorite event is Pi in the Face. She has worked as a direct service fellow for the Milgrom Education Impact Fellowship and as a UChicago Promise Intern for the office of admissions. Last summer she worked on the education policy team for Governor Ratner and now works for Career Advancement, Chicago Public Schools, and UChicago Admissions. She enjoys puns, puppies, and making her sisters laugh.


Kellie Lu, Class of 2020

Vice President of Member Development

Kellie is the publicity officer for Genkikai Ki-Aikido, slays at Team Fortress 2, and constantly carries yarn. She sews avant-garde clothing and writes essays on fashion, consumerism, and culture. Her alter-ego is a third-year Psychology and Creative Writing double major.


Ashley Wang, Class of 2021

Vice President of Fraternity Development

Ashley is a second-year Economics and Computer Science double major from Princeton, New Jersey. On campus, she is the Operations Manager for compileHer and also works as a research intern at the Computer Science branch of UChicago STEM Education. Her favorite part of being in Pi Phi is the amazing sisters who constantly inspire her! In her free time, she loves to sing in the shower and follow the NHL. 


Natalie Jusko, Class of 2020

Vice President of Finance

Natalie is a third-year Linguistics major on the Pre-Health Professions track. On campus she’s involved in student government, Doc Films, and the Outdoor Adventure Club, and she works as a research assistant in the Pediatric Oncology department of UChicago Medicine. She enjoys cooking, running, watching documentaries on Netflix, and right now she’s learning Arabic! Her favorite part about Pi Phi is how it’s given her the opportunity to surround herself with strong, intelligent, inspiring women. 


Aanya Jhaveri, Class of 2020

Vice President of Membership

Aanya is a third-year Computational and Applied Mathematics major from Chicago, Illinois. Outside of classes, she is part of a business fraternity on campus, works part-time downtown, and loves to explore dumpling restaurants in Chicago. Her favorite part of Pi Phi is the sincere friendships she has made and the support network! 


Hadalee Goodman, Class of 2021

Vice President of Communications

Hadalee is a second-year Psychology and Economics double major from West Virginia. Outside of Pi Phi, she is involved in The Mark and the Trott Business Program. When she has free time, she enjoys exploring new restaurants and seeing movies with her friends. Her favorite part of Pi Phi is her wonderful pham, who continuously inspire her with their friendship and support.

Roslyn Rios, Class of 2020

Vice President of Administration

Roslyn is a third-year Political Science major and Spanish minor from Temecula, California. When she’s not enjoying the company of her sisters, she works as a barista at Ex Libris and walks dogs part-time around Hyde Park. She enjoys acting, singing, fitness classes (ask her about hot yoga and spin!), online window shopping, taking Buzzfeed quizzes to discover her true self, starting shows on Netflix and never finishing them, and reading about the newest wellness trends in her free time. Her favorite thing about Pi Phi is all of the strong, inspiring energy that her sisters have brought into her life.

Francesca Tomasino, Class of 2020

Vice President of Philanthropy

Francesca is a third-year Biology major from Miami, Florida. On campus, she tutors with Peer Health Exchange and holds a research assistant position at the University of Chicago Hospital. When not hanging out with her sisters, she likes to FaceTime her cat.

Madeleine Johnson, Class of 2020

Vice President of Event Planning

Madeleine is a third-year Economics and Anthropology double major from Chicago, Illinois. On campus, she tutors with TutorChicago, works as a research assistant for a healthcare policy study, and is a member of the service fraternity, APO. Her favorite part of being in Pi Phi is the amazing and genuine women she has met, and she loves hanging out with her pham! In her free time, she enjoys cooking and showing people pictures of her dog.