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Chapter Officers

Natalia Gebka


Executive Board Major: Criminology & Political Science Minor: Leadership Hometown: North Judson, IN Why Kappa: The first time I saw all the women of Kappa, I recognized how genuine and supportive they are. This made me feel like I had a home on campus especially since I am a commuter. Ever since then, I have grown such strong bonds with my sister and knowing that I have them around me to have my back is absolutely amazing. Kappa has also given me so many opportunities that I had never expected that have changed my life.

Erica Bautista

Vice President of External Affairs

Executive Board Major: Nursing Hometown: Lowell, IN Why Kappa: I chose Kappa because I immediately felt at home. Everyone I talked to was so genuine and welcoming. I was able to feel the unconditional love and support from these ladies as soon as I met them. Kappa allows me to be my best authentic self and supports me. Within Kappa I have met life long best friends who I have shared amazing experiences with. I had no idea how big of an impact Kappa would end up having on me. I couldn't imagine what I would do without having the sisterhood Kappa has brought me.

Camryn Abshire

Vice President of Finance

Executive Board Major: Business Undecided Hometown: Plainfield, IL Why Kappa: I joined Kappa because of the connections and bonds that I was able to form with sisters during recruitment. I was also able to envision myself being both a Kappa and a part of the sisterhood that they all shared. Hearing stories and talking to Kappas during recruitment showed me that this was a place I could feel at home and build lifelong connections and bonds. That's why I know that being a Kappa will always be part of my life.

Sarah Brase

Vice President of Internal Affairs

Executive Board Major: Digital Media Minor: Music Hometown: Spencerport, NY Why Kappa: I love the sisterhood that Kappa has and the values that we hold. During my recruitment, I was told what values current members of Kappa identified with me. Being able to connect with girls that I didn’t know too well yet on a deeper level of values made me feel special and recognize that I was in a good home for the next few years to come.

Emily Eisha

Vice President of Member Development

Executive Board Major: Communication & Sports Management Hometown: Munster, IN Why Kappa: I chose Kappa because of the genuine connections I made during recruitment and the way it made me feel like I was home!

Abby Welsh

Vice President of Membership

Executive Board Major: Marketing Hometown: LaPorte, IN Why Kappa: I love my sisters!

Kaitlyn Frank

Vice President of Operations

Executive Board Major: Civil Engineering Hometown: Elk Grove Village, IL Why Kappa: I chose to join Kappa because I instantly felt connected to the sisterhood. Kappa felt like my home away from home ranging from its values, to the amazing friendships I’ve created since joining, to our philanthropies. All around Kappa Kappa Gamma has helped me grow and continues to push me to be the best person I can be.

Samantha Jasinski

Vice President of Standards

Executive Board Major: Criminology Hometown: Michigan City, IN Why Kappa: I choose Kappa because everyone felt so welcoming. Being a commuter last year I felt so isolated and joining a community like this made me feel much more comfortable in college. Kappa has had such an impact on me mentally and socially. If they support me through anything I feel unstoppable.

Kenzee Koselke

Academic Excellence Director

Leadership Team Major: Health Science Hometown: Valparaiso, IN Why Kappa: I love kappa because of the true friendships that I have created and how genuine all of the girls are. I also was very interested in kappa’s philanthropy around mental health and the JED foundation.

Avery Beardsley

Administrative Director

Leadership Team Major: Elementary Education Minor: TESOL Hometown: Bolingbrook, IL Why Kappa: I went kappa because it’s where I felt at home and I could see myself growing in this chapter.

Sandra Marinceski

Events Director

Leadership Team Major: Health Science, Pre-PA Hometown: Crown Point, IN Why Kappa: Kappa has given me opportunities to serve my community, get involved with other organizations on campus, and be a leader. My sisters have uplifted me in the worst moments and shared my happiness in the best. I am forever grateful for my decision of joining Kappa, and the group of women that encourage me to be better every day.

Logyn Galvan

Member Engagement Director

Leadership Team Major: Accounting Hometown: Demotte, IN Why Kappa: Kappa made me feel so welcome from day 1. I knew I wanted to be a part of something bigger that helped make the community a better place, and I feel that I found that within Kappa. My sisters made me feel a sense of belonging. Kappa demonstrated some values that I hold very near to my heart, so it was very clear that Kappa was the one for me!

Katie Schuster

New Member Experience Director

Leadership Team Major: Health Science Hometown: Crown Point, IN Why Kappa: I choose Kappa because I love how they made me feel so welcomed from the beginning.

Amanda Willy

Philanthropy Director

Leadership Team Major: Health Science Hometown: Schererville, IN Why Kappa: When I went through recruitment I felt super comfortable at Kappa and made genuine connections from the beginning.

Jordyn McNamara

Public Relations Director

Leadership Team Major: Public Health Minor: Neuroscience Hometown: Trenton, MI Why Kappa: I joined Kappa because I connected with our mental health philanthropy and knew I wanted to be a part of ending the stigma surrounding mental health. I felt Kappa would give me the opportunity to learn and grow as a leader and as a person. I met kind, loving, accepting, and supportive sisters through Kappa and immediately knew I wanted Kappa to be my home!