This is a preview of your page content. To close this preview and resume editing, click here. To save your changes, click here.

Chapter Officers

Chapter Officers

Sarah Witt

President

Major: Accouting Hometown: Hebron, IN Why Kappa: Kappa made me feel wanted and needed. It felt like home to me.

Casey Main

Vice President of Standards

Major: mechanical engineering Hometown: Fairview Park, OH (or Cleveland) Why kappa: The colors are beautiful and I really feel like I relate to the founders.

Angela Choi

Vice President of Organization

Major: Nursing with Spanish minor- Junior Hometown: Hoffman Estates, IL Why Kappa: During recruitment, I met sisters that I felt like I could look up to and felt like I was at home. Even way before recruitment, I met a group of Kappas that exemplified what it means to be sorority women and it made me want to become their sister.

Lauren Zeeb

Vice President-Academic Excellence

Major: Civil Engineering Year: Junior Hometown: Lake Villa, IL Why Kappa? I joined Kappa because I felt the most at home, and I was having genuine conversations with girls I barely knew. I love our philanthropy RIF and everything they stand for! Kappa is my home away from home.

Nikki Duncan

Corresponding Secratary

Major: Nursing Hometown: Lowell, IN

Lauren Patzer

Recording Secretary

Major/ Year: Mathematics, Senior Hometown: Bloomington, IL Why Kappa? I chose Kappa because the women were so authentically unique, and I knew they would help me grow into the leader I am today.

Sydney Senger

Treasurer

Major: Mechanical Engineering Hometown: Fort Wayne, IN

Jacquie Kitten

Registrar

Major: Mechanical Engineering Hometown: Greenfield, Wisconsin

Abby Johnson

Marshal

Major/Year: Exercise Science - Junior Hometown: DeWitt, Iowa Why Kappa? I choose Kappa, because I found my home in the sisterhood.

Maria Barlas

Panhellenic Delegate

Major/ Year: Mechanical Engineering/Sophomore Hometown: Arlington Heights, IL Why Kappa?: The incredible women reminded me of my sisters, aunts, and cousins! Choosing a sisterhood where I felt at home was important to me. Kappa represented my family in so many ways.

Sam DeHoyos

Education

Major: Marketing with a minor in business analytics - Junior Hometown: Chesterton, IN Why Kappa: Kappa was where I felt the most welcome during recruitment. When I walked into kappa's chapter room, I felt at home and they were the girls that I wanted to call my lifelong sisters.

Jordyn Romersberger

House

Major: Art Hometown: Fairbanks, AK

Daina Mueller

Membership

Major: Marketing Hometown: St. Louis, MO

Kayla Caves

New Member Chairman

Major: Social Work Hometown: Las Vegas, NV

Izzy Kalwasinski

Philanthropy

Major/ Year: Senior, Social Work Hometown: Chicago, IL Why Kappa: I joined Kappa because during recruitment, I felt really comfortable with the girls I talked to. I felt like I could be myself and that Kappa was a place for me to grow as a person.

Jennifer Strimbu

Public Relations

Major: Marketing (Communications - Minor) Hometown: Crown Point, Indiana Why Kappa: Kappa is opportunity. Opportunity to become, opportunity to know, and opportunity to lead. Sometimes people come into your life as a friend, but become your sister. Aspire to be.

Kelly Rayner

Risk Management Chair

Major: Criminology and Psychology Hometown: St. Clair Shores, MI Why Kappa: I choose Kappa because it felt like the place that I could plant my roots and grow into a better version of myself.

Katie Mentone

Event Chair

Major: Social Work Hometown: Elmwood Park

  • org slide image
  • org slide image
  • org slide image
  • org slide image
  • org slide image
  • org slide image
  • org slide image
  • org slide image
  • org slide image
  • org slide image
  • org slide image
  • org slide image
  • org slide image
  • org slide image
  • org slide image
  • org slide image
  • org slide image
  • org slide image
  • org slide image
  • org slide image