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Sigma Kappa National Headquarters
695 Pro-Med Lane, Suite 300
Carmel, IN 46032-5323
 

Sorority
Phone: 317-872-3275
Fax: 317-872-0716
info@sigmakappa.org
Foundation
Phone: 317-872-3275
Fax: 317-872-0716
foundation@sigmakappa.org
National Housing Corporation
Phone: 317-381-5542
Fax: 317-876-7996
NHCinfo@sigmakappa.org
Sorority National Council

The election of national council members is conducted during Sigma Kappa's biennial conventions. Every member of Sigma Kappa has the obligation and privilege to nominate qualified members to serve on national council.

All candidates for elective office must meet the qualifications set forth in the Bylaws. Each nominee  must have the leadership and commitment to fulfill her responsibility to work for the good of the Sorority and the future of our sisterhood.

National Council

Sara Seely Chacon

National President
Bio

president@sigmakappa.org

Sara Seely Chacon, Gamma Alpha, University of Northern Colorado is the national president. She provides direction and leadership toward the sorority’s purpose, strategic plan and various goals and objectives of the organization and partners with the Sorority executive director to oversee operations of the organization. Since graduating from the University of Northern Colorado, she has served as national vice president for extension, national vice president for membership, director of extension, new chapter recruitment coordinator, district recruitment coordinator, local advisor, and leadership consultant. Sara holds a Bachelor of Science in business administration with an emphasis in marketing and minor in communication. Professionally, she manages business development throughout Colorado for the Wholesale Banking Group at First National Bank. Sara enjoys volunteering for various organizations she is passionate about, including serving as a Trustee for the Sigma Kappa Foundation, a board member for United Way of Weld County, and chair of the Community Impact Council. She was recognized as one of Northern Colorado’s Forty under 40 emerging leaders and Volunteer of the Year for United Way of Weld County. Sara enjoys cooking, traveling, golfing and spending time with her husband, Jarrod.

Ann O'Connell Adams

National Vice President for Alumnae
Bio

alumnae@sigmakappa.org

Ann O'Connell Adams, Theta, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign is the national vice president for alumnae. She is responsible for all matters pertaining to the promotion, organization and general welfare of the alumnae membership, and performs the duties of the president in her absence or at her request. Ann has been a Foundation trustee for 12 years and previously served as the executive vice president of the Sigma Kappa Foundation, director of collegiate alumnae relations, advisory board supervisor, recruitment supervisor, and leadership consultant. Ann is a member of the National Capital Region Alumnae Chapter. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in speech communication and political science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a Juris Doctor from The George Washington University Law School. Professionally, Ann is an attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice in the Office of the Solicitor General. She has argued 20 cases before the Supreme Court of the United States. In her spare time, Ann teaches yoga classes at CorePower Yoga and is newly married to her husband, Doug.

Meaghan Miller Thul

National Vice President for Collegiate Chapters
Bio

collegiatechapters@sigmakappa.org

Meaghan Miller Thul, Theta Eta, University of Nevada, Las Vegas is the national vice president for collegiate chapters. She is responsible for all matters concerning the conduct and functioning of collegiate chapters and colonies, oversees the selection and training of field officers in charge of collegiate chapters, and directs all field officers engaged in chapter work. She previously served as the national vice president for extension, extension development coordinator, director of new chapters, national vice president for programming, director of training, risk management team member, collegiate province officer, and leadership consultant. She served on numerous extension presentations, colonization teams and installation teams. Meaghan holds a Bachelor of Arts in communication studies and a Master of Education in educational leadership in higher education from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Meaghan is the director of the Parent & Family Program at the University of Minnesota and has experience in student leadership development, first-year student programming and program development, and other student support services. She serves on leadership committees for AHEPPP (Association of Higher Education Parent & Family Professionals) and NASPA. Meaghan loves attending barre classes and entertaining friends. She is a true hockey mom, taking her son, Owen, to practice, watching her husband, Brian, referee college hockey games, and hosting the neighborhood kids in her backyard ice rink. 

Kathleen Brangan Held

National Vice President for Membership
Bio

Kathleen Brangan Held, Xi, University of Kansas is the national vice president for membership. She is responsible for the strategic planning, promotion and organization of all matters pertaining to collegiate recruitment and oversees the work of the national volunteers responsible for recruitment supervision. She shall strive to continuously improve national awareness of recruitment to the membership. Previously, she served as a Panhellenic coordinator, leadership consultant, RFM coordinator, and director of release figure methodology (RFM). She serves NPC as an RFM specialist and total consultant. She is a member of the NPC recruitment and expanded membership think tank and the NPC measurable outcomes committee. She holds a Bachelors of Science in community health from the University of Kansas. Professionally she is a Therapeutic Specialist for Gilead Sciences. She enjoys cooking, reading, and golf. Kat lives in Chicago, Illinois with her husband, Steve and their rescue dog, Maggie.

Jordan Archer

National Vice President for Extension
Bio

extension@sigmakappa.org

Jordan Archer, Lambda, is the national vice president for extension. She is responsible for the planning, promotion and organization of all matters pertaining to collegiate extension of the Sorority as well as the formation of new chapters and providing oversight and direction to the extension team. Jordan has previously served Sigma Kappa as a Foundation trustee, collegiate province officer, collegiate alumnae relations coordinator, extension team member, local advisor, new chapter coordinator for Tau Chapter and leadership consultant. Jordan graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, and has a Master’s in education from Harvard University. She enjoys running half marathons, vegetarian cooking, reading and spending time with her very spoiled but very cute puppy, Eleanor Roosevelt.

Christian Gamm

National Vice President for Programming
Bio

programming@sigmakappa.org

Christian Gamm, Alpha Theta, University of Louisville is the national vice president for programming. She is in charge of the leadership development of Sigma Kappa’s membership which includes the planning and supervision of the regional leadership conferences and national convention. She has previously served Sigma Kappa as a collegiate district director, advisory board chair, collegiate province officer, new chapter province officer, recruitment supervisor, alumnae chapter officer and national trainer.  Christian is a member of the Cincinnati alumnae chapter and serves on the risk management committee and assists on extension teams. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication, Master of Education in College Student Personnel, and Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Counseling & Psychology from the University of Louisville. Professionally, she is the Director of Graduate Education at Northern Kentucky University, overseeing all academic affairs related to graduate and online students.  She is a member of Leadership Northern Kentucky and serves on various boards in her community, including Vice President for River Cities Relay, a non-profit relay race benefitting local charities. Hobbies include spending time with her husband, Scott, reading, and being a dance mom for her six-year-old daughter, Claire.

Pamela Mosher

National Vice President for Communication
Bio

communication@sigmakappa.org

Pamela Mosher, Theta Tau, Kansas State University is the national vice president for communication. She oversees the communications, public relations, and recognition programs to ensure all Sorority communications are consistent and convey the strategic direction of the Sorority. She also maintains an accurate record of the proceedings of national conventions, records minutes of national council meetings, attends to all national correspondence, and keeps current all actions and standing rules as adopted by the national convention. Previously, she has volunteered as a collegiate district director, the director of new member education, president of the Spirit of St. Louis Alumnae Chapter, collegiate province officer, advisory board supervisor, chapter advisor, recruitment supervisor, and worked for Sigma Kappa Sorority as a leadership consultant. She is a member of the Greater Kansas City Alumnae Chapter. Pam holds a Bachelor of Science in Human Ecology and Mass Communications with an emphasis in apparel marketing, interior design, and public relations with a minor in textiles from Kansas State University and a Master of Business Administration from Baker University. Professionally, she is the inside sales manager and created the inside sales department at Reliance Label Solutions. Within the Kansas City community, Pam has served as a mentor at Blue Hills Community Incubator, was a member of Entrepreneurs Partnering in the Community, past member of the Leawood Chamber of Commerce, and co-founded the Kansas City Women’s Advisory Network. Pam was named the Greater Kansas City Alumnae Chapter Sigma Kappa of the Year, past member of Institute for Professional Development’s (IPD) President Club and Leadership Circle, and earned the Above & Beyond award from the IPD. She enjoys traveling, spending time with friends and her nephews Jackson and Ben.

Jennifer Challender Rainey

National Vice President for Finance
Bio

finance@sigmakappa.org

Jennifer Challender Rainey, Alpha Gamma, Washington State University is currently serving as the national vice president for finance. She is the chief financial officer of the Sorority. She is responsible for all matters pertaining to the finances of the organization as well as the management of non-participator corporation boards. Jennifer has previously held Sigma Kappa positions of collegiate finance coordinator, collegiate programming coordinator, national vice president for programming, director of scholarship, director of new member education, collegiate district director, collegiate province officer, advisory board chairman, and collegiate chapter advisor. She is a past TAPA president, vice president, and committee chair. Jennifer holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering and a minor in business from Washington State University, and a Masters of Engineering in Environmental Engineering and a professional certificate in Systems Engineering from Johns Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering. Professionally, she is a senior systems engineer at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory working on Department of Navy programs and has held project manager positions overseeing unmanned aircraft system programs. She is a certified systems engineering professional from the International Council on Systems Engineering. She enjoys travelling (especially Disney cruises) with her husband Bill and son Jack, walking her black Labrador Rex, volunteering at Jack’s school, and reading.

Foundation Board of Trustees

Board of Trustees

Sarah Nelson Womble

Foundation President
Bio

Sarah has been a member of the Sigma Kappa Foundation for four years, serving currently as President and previously as Vice President for Administration. She served the Sorority as Vice President for Extension for six years, extension development coordinator, member of the nominating committee, advisory board chair and recruitment advisor for Delta Tau, University of Central Arkansas, and past president of the Central Arkansas Alumnae Chapter. She is a recipient of the Pearl Court Award and when serving as an advisor for Delta Tau, she received recognition as a Distinguished Advisor. Sarah has a Bachelor of Science from the University of Central Arkansas and Master of Science in education from the University of Central Arkansas. Professionally, she was a teacher and administrator, in the Pulaski County Special School District in Arkansas. After retiring from the district, Sarah worked 10 years for the International Literacy Association as a Leadership Development Associate. Outside of her volunteer work with Sigma Kappa, she is involved with the Arkansas Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, Arkansas Leadership Academy as a coach, and serves as Publicity Chair for the women’s coordinating team at Park Hill Presbyterian Church. Sarah has been married to her husband, Joe, for 52 years. She has a son, Jody, daughter-in-law, Paige, and two grandchildren, Josh and Chloe.

Dawn Copple O'Connor

Foundation Executive Vice President
Bio

Dawn has served as a Foundation trustee for the past five years and currently serves on the executive committee in the executive vice president role. Prior to that she served as the Foundation vice president of finance for 4 yrs. She served the Sorority as the Sigma Kappa 2016-2018 nominating committee chairman. Her previous volunteer roles with Sigma Kappa are across the spectrum. Dawn served the Sorority on national council from 1999 – 2008 as the national vice president for programming and national vice president for finance. She also has served as a board member for the National Housing Corporation. Over the years, her other roles have included: alumnae district coordinator, national trainer, director of training, panhellenic alternate delegate, corporation coordinator, and nominating committee member. She just completed a ten year volunteer role as panhellenic coordinator for district 1. Dawn is employed by Ford Motor Company as a Senior Quality Analyst supervising a team of quality analysts and inspectors working at the Sharonville Transmission Plant near Cincinnati, Ohio. She is Six-Sigma Black Belt certified and has trained many technicians in Green Belt classes. Dawn lives in Mason, OH, with her husband, Tom O’Connor. They love to spend time with their family – daughter Molly and her husband Todd, and son Mark.

Cheri Morrell De Jong

Foundation Vice President of Finance
Bio

Cheri is currently a Sigma Kappa Foundation trustee, serving also as the vice president for finance as well as serving for the sorority as director of government relations. Previously, she served as national president for the Sorority, national vice president for finance, national vice president for administration, and Sigma Kappa Foundation trustee, where she was chairman of the scholarship committee. Cheri has also served the Sorority as director of recruitment, district recruitment coordinator, and leadership consultant. She is also a past president and current board member for the FSPAC (Fraternity Sorority Political Action Committee) and board member of the FSAF (Fraternity Sorority Action Fund. Cheri holds a Bachelor of Science degree in agricultural business management from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, and a Master of Business Administration from Tarleton State University. Professionally, Cheri works full time as the chief financial officer/owner for AgriVision Farm Management, a company that manages over 25 “De Jong” family owned farming operations. One of their owned farms, Natural Prairie Dairy, is the largest organic dairy farm in the country. She is a finance council member and Eucharistic minister of the St. Anthony’s Catholic Church. She also serves as a director on the Amarillo Area Foundation, Dalhart Education Foundation, Dalhart Economic Development Committee, and is a member of the Farm Foundation Roundtable and the National Association of Professional Women. Cheri lives in Dalhart, Texas, with her husband Donald De Jong (Alpha Gamma Rho). They have three grown daughters: Ashley (Delta Zeta), Allison (Kappa Delta), and Alexandra (Delta Zeta).

Susan Fong Polizzotto

Foundation Vice President of Administration
Bio

Susan is serving as Sigma Kappa Foundation vice president of administration. She also serves as a trustee for the National Panhellenic Conference Foundation for the past 5 years. Other Sigma Kappa volunteer roles include collegiate district director, collegiate province officer, national trainer, advisory board chairman and nominating committee member. Susan is senior manager of product marketing at Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. Previously, she held product marketing and marketing communication positions at Eastman Kodak and Hewlett-Packard. Susan earned her undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of Southern California. In her community, she is actively involved with fundraising for STEAM+ learning for Del Mar Schools Education Foundation, Torrey Pines High School Foundation, and academic scholarships for University of Southern California. Susan lives in San Diego with her husband, Jeff, and plays dance mom for their two Sigma Kappa legacies, Lauren and Rachel.

Sara Seely Chacon

National President
Bio

president@sigmakappa.org

Sara Seely Chacon, Gamma Alpha, University of Northern Colorado is the national president. She provides direction and leadership toward the sorority’s purpose, strategic plan and various goals and objectives of the organization and partners with the Sorority executive director to oversee operations of the organization. Since graduating from the University of Northern Colorado, she has served as national vice president for extension, national vice president for membership, director of extension, new chapter recruitment coordinator, district recruitment coordinator, local advisor, and leadership consultant. Sara holds a Bachelor of Science in business administration with an emphasis in marketing and minor in communication. Professionally, she manages business development throughout Colorado for the Wholesale Banking Group at First National Bank. Sara enjoys volunteering for various organizations she is passionate about, including serving as a Trustee for the Sigma Kappa Foundation, a board member for United Way of Weld County, and chair of the Community Impact Council. She was recognized as one of Northern Colorado’s Forty under 40 emerging leaders and Volunteer of the Year for United Way of Weld County. Sara enjoys cooking, traveling, golfing and spending time with her husband, Jarrod.

Ann O'Connell Adams

National Vice President for Alumnae
Bio

alumnae@sigmakappa.org

Ann O'Connell Adams, Theta, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign is the national vice president for alumnae. She is responsible for all matters pertaining to the promotion, organization and general welfare of the alumnae membership, and performs the duties of the president in her absence or at her request. Ann has been a Foundation trustee for 12 years and previously served as the executive vice president of the Sigma Kappa Foundation, director of collegiate alumnae relations, advisory board supervisor, recruitment supervisor, and leadership consultant. Ann is a member of the National Capital Region Alumnae Chapter. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in speech communication and political science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a Juris Doctor from The George Washington University Law School. Professionally, Ann is an attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice in the Office of the Solicitor General. She has argued 20 cases before the Supreme Court of the United States. In her spare time, Ann teaches yoga classes at CorePower Yoga and is newly married to her husband, Doug.

Carolyn Caudell Tieger

Trustee
Bio

Carolyn has been a Foundation Trustee since 2014 and has served as Chair of the MarComm and Pulse Committees, as well as Co-chair of Sigma Kappa’s Capital Campaign. A Washington, D.C. communications veteran, Carolyn spent more than three decades in the nation’s capital, serving in Congress, the executive branch, the Reagan White House, two international public relations firms, and as an owner of her own business. A partner at Porter Novelli, she ran the firm’s D.C. office and its worldwide public affairs practice for more than 10 years. She also spent a decade with Burson-Marsteller, building its D.C. office and chairing the firm’s worldwide environmental practice. She was an owner of the highly successful firm Goddard Claussen, which she and her partners sold to Porter Novelli. Carolyn’s career has focused on tough legislative issues, corporate and industry crises, litigation and issues management. Among her major achievements are serving as the communications campaign manager for the major legislative efforts that secured national class action reform and permanent normal trade relations with China. Carolyn is a recipient of the John Holliman, Jr. Lifetime Achievement Award from the University of Georgia’s Grady College of Communications and a 2008 Colby Award for Lifetime Achievement in Public Relations from Sigma Kappa. She is currently owner of Tieger Public Affairs, LLC, an independent consulting firm. She resides in Naples, Fla. with her husband, Elliott Brown, and their Welsh terrier Miss Kirbie.

Julia Kent

Trustee
Bio

Julia is a passionate continuous improvement and data analytics leader with significant experience across a variety of industries (healthcare, energy, mining, manufacturing, financial services and consulting) and functions (business improvement, operations, procurement/sourcing, logistics and actuarial consulting) in the United States, Australia/New Zealand and West Africa. Her previous Sigma Kappa roles include finance advisor, advisory board chair, collegiate province officer and alumnae chapter president. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Management Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and her Master of Business Administration from the Australian Graduate School of Management. She lives in Houston, Texas, and enjoys triathlons (except the running), being harassed by her three dogs, and international travel.

Karyn Nishimura Sneath

Trustee
Bio

Since 1987, Karyn has been a leadership and organizational development consultant, author, association senior-staff member, and higher education administrator. Through her Carmel, IN based consulting practice, Npower, she partners with her “A-team” comprised of several facilitators, strategists, consultants, and speakers. In 2018 she was recognized as a Fellow for the American Society of Association Executives, an honorary recognition for less than 1 percent of ASAE's membership. Those who are named ASAE Fellows are called to continued service to the community—as authors, mentors, conference facilitators, and leaders.

Karyn is very committed to the fraternal experience. She has served as the interim executive director for the National Panhellenic Conference, senior staff member of the North American Interfraternity Conference, and campus fraternity/sorority advisor at Wichita State University. In Sigma Kappa she has held various leadership positions over the years including Regional Leadership Conference lead facilitator, national vice president for programming (2008-2010), and interim executive director (2006).

Lisa Wade Humenik

Trustee
Bio

Lisa joins the Foundation after 14 years of dedicated service to the Sigma Kappa National Housing Corporation including fulfilling the roles of president, vice president of property management, and vice president of programming. Her Sigma Kappa volunteer experience encompasses roles in the both the Sorority and NHC, including positions in collegiate management, recruitment, and programming. She served as a member of Sigma Kappa’s national council from 1996-1999 as national secretary and national vice president for programming. She also represented Sigma Kappa as a board member for the Fraternity Sorority Political Action Committee. Lisa holds a Master’s degree in public administration with a concentration in nonprofit management and leadership. She is the executive director of Waunakee Neighborhood Connection, a social service and volunteer engagement hub for rural areas north of Madison, Wisconsin. She and her husband, John, live in Madison and have two adult children, Brian and Lauren.

Marsha L. Traub

Trustee
Bio

Marsha has served Sigma Kappa in many capacities – national council from 1998-2004, alumnae district director, alumnae expansion coordinator, national trainer, alumnae chapter officer, and advisor to Theta Delta, University of Delaware. She previously served as a Foundation Ambassador. Marsha helped to establish the Foundation’s scholarships for Theta Delta and the European Alumnae Chapter, and she established the Sorority’s investment committee and investment policies. Marsha is a member of the Northern Delaware/South Jersey and European Alumnae chapters. Marsha has a Bachelor of Arts in political science from the University of Maine and a Master of Science in computer science from West Chester University. She is employed part time at Garnet Valley School District having retired from a career as an IT project manager. She volunteers for Forgotten Cats, a rescue shelter with adoption centers at various pet stores in the greater Philadelphia area.

Teresa Gray John

Trustee
Bio

Teresa has served as a Foundation Trustee since 2016. She has served as the chairman of the scholarships and grants committee since 2016 She has served as an advisor to the Kappa Zeta chapter for 20 years, twelve of those years she served as the ABC. She has also served as an ABS for Epsilon Alpha, a collegiate province officer, a foundation ambassador and scholarship evaluator. She has also served as a facilitator at RLC for the past two years. Teresa received her bachelor's degree in nursing from Indiana University, but currently does not practice. She is a member of the Triangle AlumnaeChapter. Teresa has served on several local and state non profit boards. Teresa has been married for 30 years to her husband Jim and they have three sons and two daughter-in laws. She enjoys traveling, reading, Pilates and running.

NHC Board of Directors

Board of Directors

Susan Willis

President
Bio

 

Susan Willis, Epsilon Epsilon, the University of Georgia, is the president of the Sigma Kappa National Housing Corporation. She chairs the board of directors and serves as its primary representative, oversees strategic planning and implementation, and leads collaborative efforts with the Sorority and the Sigma Kappa Foundation. She has previously served as the NHC vice president of property management, president and treasurer of the Epsilon Epsilon corporation board, and as a corporation liaison and corporation coordinator on the Sorority housing team and NHC, respectively. She has a bachelor’s degree in family and consumer science with an emphasis in hotel/restaurant management and is the general manager of a local restaurant in the Atlanta area, as well as a realtor. Susan volunteers for Angels Among Us Pet Rescue, is an avid league bowler and loves college football, especially cheering on her Dawgs. Vice President of Programming

NHCpresident@sigmakappa.org

Michelle Fleer

Vice President of Programming
Bio

Michelle Fleer, Theta Mu, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, is the vice president of programming for the Sigma Kappa National Housing Corporation. She is responsible for planning educational programming and conferences for national and local housing volunteers. Previously, she served as the NHC training coordinator, the Sorority as collegiate district director, collegiate province officer, risk management team member, alumnae chapter officer for the Triangle Area alumnae chapter, and recruitment supervisor, advisory board chair, corporation board member and chapter advisor for Gamma Phi, North Carolina State University. Michelle has a Bachelor of Science from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in criminal justice with a minor in political science. Professionally, she is proud to be a woman in STEM, working in the biopharmaceutical industry. Outside of her volunteer work with Sigma Kappa, Michelle is involved with several non-profit organizations, including the Eastern North Carolina chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association. Michelle enjoys traveling, cooking, reading and being a soccer mom. She lives with her husband, Mike, and teen son, Ethan. 

NHCvpp@sigmakappa.org

Roxanne Evans

Vice President of Housing Operations
Bio

 

Roxanne Evans, Delta Tau, University of Central Arkansas, is the vice president of housing operations for the Sigma Kappa National Housing Corporation. She oversees the operation and governance support for Sigma Kappa’s local house corporations. Roxanne previously served as a housing coordinator for the NHC and as past chairman of the Beta Xi property committee. In addition, she is a past president of Sigma Kappa’s Greater Mid-South alumnae chapter. Professionally, she is the operations director for a financial services branch office. Roxanne is also the operations director for a private art gallery near Memphis, as well as being the social media coordinator for the gallery owner's studio.  She and her two sons, Evan and Jett, are a dog family - they have five in total, three of which were rescued. She is an active volunteer for StreetDog Foundation in Memphis. In her spare time, she enjoys running, gardening, and home decoration and renovation.

NHCvpho@sigmakappa.org

Ann-Marie Lagoy Fontaine

Vice President of Property Management
Bio

Ann-Marie Fontaine, Phi, University of Rhode Island, is the NHC vice president of property management. Her responsibilities include overseeing and advising local renovation and decorating projects, coordinating property assessments and long-range planning, maintaining data on chapter house facilities, and monitoring student housing trends. Her previous volunteer roles for Sigma Kappa include president of the Phi corporation board, corporation coordinator, and currently serves as the finance coordinator for Districts 2 and 3. Ann-Marie also previously served as an NHC board member as the vice president of finance from 2010-2014. She holds a bachelor of science in Business Administration concentrating in accounting and is a Certified Public Accountant. Having retired from full-time work in 2015, Ann-Marie currently provides financial support services for a small base of business customers. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, David, following the professional sports teams that call New England home (including witnessing the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history in person), as well as spending time with their adult children, Amanda and Dan.

Julie Linnenbringer Napper

Vice President of Finance
Bio

Julie Napper, Alpha Theta, University of Louisville, serves the Sigma Kappa National Housing Corporation as vice president of finance. Her responsibilities include financial planning and monitoring, oversight of investments, and providing financial technical assistance to local house corporations. Her previous volunteerism for Sigma Kappa includes serving as president and treasurer of the Alpha Theta housing corporation, a NHC finance coordinator, financial advisor, recruitment supervisor, and a member of the Sigma Kappa Foundation audit committee. She is a Certified Public Accountant and Certified Global Management Accountant with a Bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance. Professionally, she is the manager of financial and operational reporting for Humana in Louisville, KY, and she volunteers locally for Junior Achievement. She and her husband, Drew, welcomed their son, Will, into the family in 2016 and daughter, Emily, in 2018. Julie loves sports, travel, and reading and is a University of Louisville football and basketball season ticket holder. 

NHCvpf@sigmakappa.org

Emily Schmidt Shepard

Vice President of Communication
Bio

Emily Shepard, Alpha Theta, University of Louisville, serves the Sigma Kappa National Housing Corporation as vice president of communication. Her responsibilities include developing and distributing all publications and communications of the corporation, keeping accurate record of all actions and meetings of the corporation and board of directors, and delivering general correspondence on the corporation. Prior to joining the board of directors, Emily previously volunteered for Sigma Kappa as president and member of the Alpha Theta housing corporation for 4 years. Professionally, she is the Graphic Design Manager in the Marketing department at Churchill Downs and the Kentucky Derby in Louisville, KY. When she is not designing for "the most exciting two minutes in sports," Emily enjoys cooking, shopping, running with her dog, Lupo, and tailgating for University of Louisville football games with her husband, Phil.

NHCvpc@sigmakappa.org

Jennifer Challender Rainey

National Vice President for Finance
Bio

finance@sigmakappa.org

Jennifer Challender Rainey, Alpha Gamma, Washington State University is currently serving as the national vice president for finance. She is the chief financial officer of the Sorority. She is responsible for all matters pertaining to the finances of the organization as well as the management of non-participator corporation boards. Jennifer has previously held Sigma Kappa positions of collegiate finance coordinator, collegiate programming coordinator, national vice president for programming, director of scholarship, director of new member education, collegiate district director, collegiate province officer, advisory board chairman, and collegiate chapter advisor. She is a past TAPA president, vice president, and committee chair. Jennifer holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering and a minor in business from Washington State University, and a Masters of Engineering in Environmental Engineering and a professional certificate in Systems Engineering from Johns Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering. Professionally, she is a senior systems engineer at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory working on Department of Navy programs and has held project manager positions overseeing unmanned aircraft system programs. She is a certified systems engineering professional from the International Council on Systems Engineering. She enjoys travelling (especially Disney cruises) with her husband Bill and son Jack, walking her black Labrador Rex, volunteering at Jack’s school, and reading.

National Headquarters Staff

Sigma Kappa is ready to meet your Sorority, Foundation and National Housing Corporation needs. The staff at national headquarters helps to shape the future of our Sorority through work with collegians, alumnae, national officers and volunteers.

Click the links below to be taken directly to staff for that entity. 

Sorority

Jordan Bentlage

Executive Director
Bio

jbentlage@sigmakappa.org

Jordan is the chief executive of Sigma Kappa Sorority serving in this position since 2011. In this role, she has the primary staff responsibility to lead and manage the work of the Sorority in alignment with its purpose, guiding principles and strategic plan. She works with the national council in the formation of the Sorority’s future direction, policies and procedures to achieve its goals. Jordan attended Bowling Green State University where she was a member of Sigma Kappa.

Jordan is a member of Fraternity Executives Association (FEA), Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors (AFA), America Society of Association Executives (ASAE) and Indiana Society of Association Executives (ISAE). She currently serves on the FEA and ISAE Boards. Jordan’s career has been dedicated to Sigma Kappa serving for more than 18 years on staff.

Diane Freeland

Senior Director of Communication
Bio

dfreeland@sigmakappa.org

As the senior director of communication, Diane maximizes Sigma Kappa's position in the fraternal market by creating and executing integrated marketing and communications programs for each entity. Programs include multi-channel mediums utilizing website, social media, digital and print publications, and email as well as a methodologies with focus in brand management, public relations, marketing and strategic communications. Diane attended Indiana University and is a member of the Tau Chapter. 

Meredith Koski

Senior Director of Operational Strategy
Bio

mkoski@sigmakappa.org

As the senior director of operational strategy Meredith is a member of the executive leadership team and is responsible for driving staff culture necessary to support the strategic growth of the Sorority. She identifies staffing levels necessary for effective and efficient execution and works with the finance and information systems teams to implement the strategic plan while facilitating integration across teams. Meredith is a Pi Beta Phi from the University of New Mexico and has a dual-masters in Human Resources and Management.

Jenna Martin Pendry

Senior Director of Membership Strategy
Bio

jpendry@sigmakappa.org

In her role as the senior director of membership strategies, Jenna works with alumnae services, collegiate services, educational programs, and extension teams to deploy support and services among teams and entities. She is responsible for creating strategies to address all these areas with facilitating communication across teams. Jenna is a member of Delta Eta Chapter, University of Central Missouri and earned her master’s degree from Florida Atlantic University.

Julia Church Kozicki

Legal Counsel
Bio

jkozicki@sigmakappa.org

As the Sorority’s legal counsel, Julia assists the national organization with legal issues, including risk management, trademarks and licensing, insurance and contracts, and provides guidance regarding issues involving Sigma Kappa Sorority governing documents. Julia is a member of Tau Chapter, Indiana University and earned her J.D. at Loyola University Chicago School of Law.

Sarah Eller

Director of Alumnae Services
Bio

seller@sigmakappa.org

As the director of alumnae services, Sarah’s focus is on the cultivation of alumnae engagement by developing strategies through communication, programming, and overall experience. She works closely with all teams to ensure the Sorority is consistently considering the alumnae experience. Sarah is a graduate of Ball State University and a member of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity.

Jordan Barnett Feldhaus

Director of Collegiate Services
Bio

jbarnett@sigmakappa.org

In her role as the director of collegiate services, Jordan works with collegiate management, membership, and extension teams to deploy support and services to collegiate chapters as needs arise. She works with the collegiate management team on risk incidents and reviews membership petitions received. Jordan received her bachelor’s from Texas Christian University and master’s from Virginia Tech and is a member of the Kappa Eta Chapter.

Alexandra Green

Director of Digital Communication
Bio

agreen@sigmakappa.org

As the director of digital communication, Alexandra coordinates and performs all tasks relating to the production of high-quality printed and electronic media. In addition, she is one of the co-hosts of The LowDown Podcast. Alexandra attended Ball State University and is a member of the Gamma Eta Chapter.

Mary Phillips Carlson

Director of Educational Programs
Bio

mphillips@sigmakappa.org

In her role as the director of educational programs, Mary manages all aspects of the Sorority’s education and training programs, constructing long-term development strategies and initiatives to address anticipated needs and trends across the membership segments. She works with the collegiate management, alumnae, programming and recruitment teams to ensure the Sorority is providing relevant, replicable and appropriate support, education and training to its chapters and members. Mary is a member of the Epsilon Delta Chapter, Susquehanna University and earned her master’s degree at Bowling Green State University.

Melinda Mettler

Director of Growth
Bio

mmettler@sigmakappa.org

As the director of growth, Melinda oversees the strategic growth of the Sorority. She works strategically and sustainably with the extension and recruitment teams to support collegiate and alumnae chapter growth through extension, recruitment and retention initiatives. Melinda is a member of the Delta Theta Chapter at Truman State University. 

Sean Mettler

Director of Information Systems
Bio

smettler@sigmakappa.org

As the director of information systems, Sean maintains the membership database and monitors all equipment to ensure that systems operate in conformance with specifications. In addition to his responsibilities for the Sorority, Sean works part-time for the Foundation assisting with database maintenance and reporting needs. Sean received his bachelor’s at Truman State University.

Mallory Simmons

Director of Publications
Bio

msimmons@sigmakappa.org

As the director of publications, Mallory serves as the editor of the Sigma Kappa Triangle. In addition, she is responsible for the development and production of all printed media for the Sorority. Mallory attended the Central Michigan University and is a member of Delta Delta Chapter.

Anna Bokman

Collegiate Services Manager
Bio

As a collegiate services manager, Anna oversees leadership consultants who are traveling from chapter to chapter on a weekly basis and residential leadership consultants who work and live with our newest chapters. Together the collegiate services managers train the leadership consultants, create their travel schedule and provide support to collegiate chapters in all areas of chapter operations. Anna is a member of Kappa Pi Chapter, Clemson University and earned her master’s degree from Indiana University’ School of Public and Environmental Affairs.

Sara Elgart

Collegiate Services Manager
Bio

selgart@sigmakappa.org

As a collegiate services manager, Sara oversees leadership consultants who are traveling from chapter to chapter on a weekly basis and residential leadership consultants who work and live with our newest chapters. Together the collegiate services managers train the leadership consultants, create their travel schedule and provide support to collegiate chapters in all areas of chapter operations. Sara attended Elon University and is a member of the Kappa Zeta Chapter. 

 

Molly Hudgins

Collegiate Support Manager
Bio

mhudgins@sigmakappa.org

As the collegiate support manager, Molly directs, teaches, advises, and consults with chapter members and volunteers in all areas chapter operations. She oversees the activities and development of specialized and good to great chapters as well as providing resources and guidance as needed. She collaborates with volunteers and staff to implement and execute chapter programming efforts. Molly is a member of Alpha Tau Chapter, Michigan State University.

Karlie McGee

Volunteer Support Manager
Bio

kmcgee@sigmakappa.org

As the volunteer support manager, Karlie is responsible for cultivating, developing and delivering training and maintaining the volunteer experience for the national organization. She strategizes with staff and volunteer teams to fulfill the volunteer needs nationally and locally. Karlie received her master’s from Indiana State University and is a member of the Gamma Gamma Chapter.

Brooke Massey

Educational Resource Specialist
Bio

bmassey@sigmakappa.org

As the educational resource specialist, Brooke assists in creating and maintaining the member development strategy that drives collegiate chapter programming, ensuring the Sorority is providing relevant, replicable and appropriate support, education and training to its chapters and members. She also oversees the RESPEKT movement and assists collegiate chapters and volunteer efforts in all areas relating to the National Panhellenic Conference. Brooke received her bachelor and master degrees from Southern Illinois University and is a member of the Gamma Kappa Chapter.

Gina Farrar

Meeting and Events Specialist
Bio

gfarrar@sigmakappa.org

As the meeting and events specialist, Gina coordinates all aspects of the planning and execution of national conventions and Regional Leadership Conferences. She also assists in the planning and execution of other national, regional and local events throughout the year. Gina is a member of Delta Gamma Fraternity. She is a graduate of Butler University and holds a master’s degree from Eastern Illinois University.

Jenna Huff

Growth Specialist
Bio

jhuff@sigmakappa.org

As the growth specialist, Jenna works with the Director of Growth to support both the extension and recruitment teams. Jenna tracks and analyzes recruitment data, identifies recruitment trends and educational needs, and serves as the  OmegaRecruit staff expert. She assists with extension logistics, extension social media and provides support for our extension leadership consultants. Jenna is a graduate of Appalachian State University and a member of our Theta Alpha Chapter.

Emily Kambic

Alumnae Chapter Specialist
Bio

ekambic@sigmakappa.org

As the alumnae chapter specialist, Emily oversees alumnae chapters and assists the alumnae volunteer team in all areas of alumnae chapter support including membership and retention. She is responsible for all alumnae chapter inquiries regarding Dove Hub and fulfills alumnae directory requests. She also assists in extension responsibilities for establishing and reestablishing alumnae chapters. Emily is a member of the Kappa Psi Chapter at Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis.

Meredith Trapper

Social and Digital Media Specialist
Bio

mtrapper@sigmakappa.org

As the social and digital media specialist, Meredith oversees all of Sigma Kappa's national social media channels including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest and LinkedIn. She is also the managing editor of the Sigma Kappa Blog. Meredith graduated from the University of Central Missouri and is a member the Delta Zeta Sorority.

Danielle Wieczorek

Collegiate Support Specialist
Bio

dwieczorek@sigmakappa.org

As the collegiate support specialist Danielle is responsible for supervising activities of assigned collegiate chapters; partnering with volunteers and staff to implement and execute chapter development efforts; and directing, teaching, advising, and consulting with chapter members in the areas of recruitment and chapter operations. Danielle is a member of the Delta Delta Chapter, Central Michigan University.

Jessica Cunningham

Collegiate Support Specialist
Bio

jcunningham@sigmakappa.org

As the collegiate support specialist Jessica is responsible for supervising activities of assigned collegiate chapters; partnering with volunteers and staff to implement and execute chapter development efforts; and directing, teaching, advising, and consulting with chapter members in the areas of recruitment and chapter operations. Jessica is a member of the Epsilon Tau Chapter at the California State University.

 

 

 

Megan Manes

Collegiate Support Specialist
Bio

mmanes@sigmakappa.org

As the collegiate support specialist Megan is responsible for supervising activities of assigned collegiate chapters; partnering with volunteers and staff to implement and execute chapter development efforts; and directing, teaching, advising, and consulting with chapter members in the areas of recruitment and chapter operations. Megan is a member of the Delta Upsilon Chapter, Missouri State University.

Victoria Pekarek

Collegiate Support Specialist
Bio

vpekarek@sigmakappa.org

As the collegiate support specialist Victoria is responsible for supervising activities of assigned collegiate chapters; partnering with volunteers and staff to implement and execute chapter development efforts; and directing, teaching, advising, and consulting with chapter members in the areas of recruitment and chapter operations. Victoria attended Indiana University and is a member of the Tau Chapter.

Madison White

Chapter Finance Specialist
Bio

chapterfinancespecialist@sigmakappa.org

As the chapter finance specialist, Madison supervises all efforts to ensure chapters are in compliance with national financial policies and IRS guidelines; oversees all collegiate chapter finances utilizing Billhighway; manages chapter supply inventory processes; tracks Affinity royalties and markets new licenses items through publications and advertisements; and assists with ritual program. Madison is from the Kappa Eta Chapter at Texas Christian University (TCU).

Eden Donlan

Accounts Payable Assistant
Bio

accountspayable@sigmakappa.org

As the accounts payable specialist, Eden is responsible for the accounts payable process, ensuring payment of outstanding invoices and check requests and maintaining accurate accounting records, preparation of financial reports for the national organization.

Shanelle Cunningham

Accounts Receivable Assistant
Bio

accountsreceivable@sigmakappa.org

As the accounts receivable specialist, Shanelle maintains cash accounts and balances, records cash receipts and inputs daily cash receipts into the membership database. In addition she regularly communicates with chapters about payment questions. Shanelle is a member of Pi Beta Phi.

Darla Leversen

Operations Assistant
Bio

operationsassistant@sigmakappa.org

As the Sorority’s operations assistant, Darla responds to all incoming emails and phone calls related to member log-in, general information and questions/concerns. She also maintains the membership database, updating address changes and other information as requested by members. Darla also prepares member/parent mailings throughout the year. Darla is a member of Tau Chapter at Indiana University.

Foundation

Lisa Swiontek

Executive Director
Bio

lswiontek@sigmakappa.org

Lisa is chief executive for the Foundation and responsible for overseeing the implementation of the strategic plan of the Sigma Kappa Foundation. She also oversees the capital campaign, planned giving, major giving, legal and financial areas of the foundation. Lisa is a member of the Theta Omicron Chapter at the Arizona State University.

Rachel Flanigan

Director of Development
Bio

rflanigan@sigmakappa.org

Rachel is the staff member who is responsible for the PULSE annual fundraising efforts including the execution of a year-round fundraising calendar and enhancing the Ultra Violet campaign efforts of our chapters. She works with the Foundation district directors and oversees the Walk to End Alzheimer’s. Rachel is a member of Theta Eta Chapter at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

Teresa Glassman

Director of Donor Relations
Bio

tglassman@sigmakappa.org

As the director of donor relations, Teresa directs efforts related to donor recognition and administers the scholarship and individual grant programs (collegiate emergency, Sister to Sister Disaster Recovery and Alumnae Heart Fund grants). Teresa is a member of the Gamma Lambda Chapter at East Tennessee State University. 

Caren Chopp

Director of Operations
Bio

Caren is the point of contact for the mechanics of chapter fundraising efforts, specifically Ultra Violet events. She assists in setting up CrowdChange fundraising pages and confirming the receipt of gifts. In addition, she implements the 1874 Giving Circle Grant program. Caren oversees the processing and acknowledgement of gifts. Caren is a graduate of Michigan State University and a member of Alpha Omicron Pi. 

Michelle Jeffreys

Donor Services Coordinator
Bio

mjeffreys@sigmakappa.org

Michelle’s role for the Sigma Kappa Foundation is to process chapter fundraising donations, prepare acknowledgements and support donor stewardship. Michelle is a graduate of Indiana University School of Journalism and is an alumnae initiate of the Kappa Gamma Chapter at the University of Dayton.

Pattie Adams

Donor Services Coordinator
Bio

donorservices@sigmakappa.org

As the donor services coordinator, Pattie’s role for the Sigma Kappa Foundation is to process individual’s donations, prepare acknowledgements and support donor stewardship. She is a graduate of Ball State University.

Ann Willis

Finance Administrator
Bio

awillis@sigmakappa.org

As the finance administrator of the Foundation, Ann’s primary responsibility is to properly account for all donations and expenses. Her duties include preparation of monthly reports and for yearly audit performed by an outside accounting firm. Ann is a member of Alpha Chi Chapter of Alpha Chi Omega, Butler University.

National Housing Corporation

Casey Keller

Executive Director
Bio

ckeller@sigmakappa.org

As the executive director, Casey is responsible for leading and managing the staff in implementing the organization’s strategic plan and in providing outstanding services to the local house corporations, property committees, and participating chapters. She also supports the NHC’s board and team of volunteers with resources and information relevant to their work with the organization and its participants. Casey received her bachelor’s degree from Ball State University and is a member of the Lambda Alpha Chapter, Spring Hill College.

Claude Warren

Director of Operations
Bio

cwarren@sigmakappa.org

As the director of operations, Claude is responsible for key functions of the NHC including information technology, collections, and communications and also manages human resources support for both the NHC and local house corporations. He received his bachelor’s degree from DePauw University where he was initiated into the Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity and earned his master’s degree from Indiana University.

Peggy Cook

Director of HOMES and Project Management
Bio

Brian Ruiz

Director of Finance
Bio

bruiz@sigmakappa.org

As the director of finance, Brian is responsible for the NHC’s financial operations and the provision of financial services to local house corporations and participating chapters. Brian received his bachelor’s degree from Marian University.

Kris Szabo

Manager of Housing Projects
Bio

kszabo@sigmakappa.org

As the manager of housing projects for the NHC, Kris is responsible for the project management process for participant corporations and participating chapters and implementation of an annual property assessment program along with the coordination of new and changing chapter housing.

Aundria Dunston

Financial Services Specialist (Districts 1, 2, 3, 5)
Bio

fss1@sigmakappa.org

As a financial services specialist, Aundria is responsible for accounts payable and receivable duties for the NHC and designated local house corporations. She also serves as the main point of contact for corporation volunteers. Aundria is a graduate of Kaplan University.

Audrina Albertson

Financial Services Specialist (Districts 4, 6, 7)
Bio

fss2@sigmakappa.org

As a financial services specialist, Audrina is responsible for accounts payable and receivable duties for the NHC and designated local house corporations. She also serves as the main point of contact for corporation volunteers. Audrina attended Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis.

Luann Callahan

Financial Services Specialist (HOMES)
Bio

lcallahan@sigmakappa.org

As a financial services specialist, Lu is responsible for accounts payable and receivable duties for the NHC and designated local house corporations. She also serves as the main point of contact for corporation volunteers. Lu is a member of the Gamma Gamma Chapter, Indiana State University.

Jeff Passage

Controller
Bio

nhccontroller@sigmakappa.org

As the controller, Jeff is responsible for ensuring the organization’s fiscal integrity by overseeing the organization’s accounting functions including financial statements, general ledger, journal entries, account reconciliations, budgeting, tax compliance, and various special analyses. He received his bachelor’s degree from Ball State University where he was initiated into the Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity.

Kelsi Wadsworth

Operations Specialist
Bio

kwadsworth@sigmakappa.org

As the operations specialist, Kelsi is responsible for daily assistance with NHC operations, human resources management, and communications. She received her bachelor's degree from Indiana University.

Leadership Consultants

Leadership Consultants

Abby Prawitz

Leadership Consultant
Bio

aprawitz@sigmakappa.org

As a leadership consultant, Abby supervises activities of assigned collegiate chapters; partners with volunteers and staff to implement an execute chapter development efforts; directs, teaches, advises and consults with chapter members in the areas of recruitment and chapter operations. Abby is from the Alpha Phi Chapter at University of Oregon. “Sco Ducks!” When she was a collegiate member she served as Vice President of Philanthropic Service, External Philanthropy Chairman, and Senior Slate Member, and assisted in welcoming new students to the University of Oregon as a Residence Hall Center Assistant. One thing you may not know about Abby is she is learning American Sign Language and is committed to attend Syracuse University in 2020 to earn her Doctorate of Audiology.

Alex Correale-Otto

Leadership Consultant
Bio

acorrealeotto@sigmakappa.org

As a leadership consultant, Alex supervises activities of assigned collegiate chapters; partners with volunteers and staff to implement an execute chapter development efforts; directs, teaches, advises and consults with chapter members in the areas of recruitment and chapter operations. Alex is from the Zeta Sigma Chapter at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Go Blazers! When she was a collegiate member she served for two years as Vice President of Philanthropic Services, a Resident Assistant, and started a Genetic Counseling club. One thing you may not know about Alex is that she wrote her final paper in college about how the evolution of memes is related to genetics.

Alex Ring

Leadership Consultant
Bio

claland@sigmakappa.org

As a leadership consultant, Alex supervises activities of assigned collegiate chapters; partners with volunteers and staff to implement an execute chapter development efforts; directs, teaches, advises and consults with chapter members in the areas of recruitment and chapter operations. Alex is from the Gamma Phi Chapter at North Carolina State University. Go Pack! When she was a collegiate member she served as vice president of new member education and chapter president. Alex was also a member of College Mentors for Kids and the CCR Mentoring Program as a research assistant. One thing you may not know about Alex is that even though she is from North Caroline she is a huge Pittsburgh Steelers fan and if she is at your chapter during a game she will definitely get you to watch it with her!

Angie Meyers

Leadership Consultant
Bio

ameyers@sigmakappa.org

As a leadership consultant, Angie supervises activities of assigned collegiate chapters; partners with volunteers and staff to implement an execute chapter development efforts; directs, teaches, advises and consults with chapter members in the areas of recruitment and chapter operations. Angie is from the Delta Eta Chapter at University of Central Missouri.  When she was a collegiate member she served as historian chairman, social chairman, homecoming candidate, chapter president, and Panhellenic President. She was also involved in American Institute of Graphic Arts and UCM’s Admissions Office as an Orientation Leader and Student Ambassador. One thing you may not know about Angie is that she is ambidextrous.

Annie Stiver

Leadership Consultant
Bio

astiver@sigmakappa.org

As a leadership consultant, Annie supervises activities of assigned collegiate chapters; partners with volunteers and staff to implement an execute chapter development efforts; directs, teaches, advises and consults with chapter members in the areas of recruitment and chapter operations. Annie is from the Kappa Gamma Chapter at The University of Dayton. Go Flyers! When she was a collegiate member she served as a standards council representative and chapter president. Annie was also a member of Habitat for Humanity and serves as a 4-H volunteer in her home community. One thing you may not know about Annie is that she loves spending time traveling to various county fairs during the summer!

Annika Schul

Leadership Consultant
Bio

aschul@sigmakappa.org

As a leadership consultant, Annika supervises activities of assigned collegiate chapters; partners with volunteers and staff to implement an execute chapter development efforts; directs, teaches, advises and consults with chapter members in the areas of recruitment and chapter operations. Annika is from the Gamma Delta Chapter at Thiel College. When she was a collegiate member she served as Chapter President, Vice President of New Member Education, Vice President of Finance, Panhellenic Delegate, Panhellenic Executive Council Secretary, and a Standards Council Representative. She also held two on campus jobs, was part of multiple honorary societies and was a member on the cheerleading team. One thing you may not know about Annika is that she is engaged and getting married next year!

Brooke Mueller

Leadership Consultant
Bio

bmueller@sigmakappa.org

As a leadership consultant, Brooke supervises activities of assigned collegiate chapters; partners with volunteers and staff to implement an execute chapter development efforts; directs, teaches, advises and consults with chapter members in the areas of recruitment and chapter operations. Brooke is from the Theta Beta Chapter at the University of La Verne. When she was a collegiate member she served as Vice President of Alumnae Relations, Panhellenic Delegate, and standards council representative. For the past 6 years Brooke has spent her spare time volunteering with a free medical clinic. One thing you may not know about Brooke is that she has attended over 15 free concerts in the past four years!

Jess Woodstrom

Leadership Consultant
Bio

jwoodstrom@sigmakappa.org

As a leadership consultant, Jess supervises activities of assigned collegiate chapters; partners with volunteers and staff to implement an execute chapter development efforts; directs, teaches, advises and consults with chapter members in the areas of recruitment and chapter operations. Jess is from the Kappa Xi Chapter at University of Nevada, Reno. Go Pack! When she was a collegiate member she served as house manager, standards council representative, rotation group leader, was a member of Nu Rho Psi Neuroscience Honor Society, and a member of other pre-medical clubs involved in community outreach. One thing you may not know about Jess is that she can sing the alphabet backwards!

Kaley Daniel

Leadership Consultant
Bio

kdaniel@sigmakappa.org

As a leadership consultant, Kaley​ supervises activities of assigned collegiate chapters; partners with volunteers and staff to implement an execute chapter development efforts; directs, teaches, advises and consults with chapter members in the areas of recruitment and chapter operations. Kaley​ is from the Gamma Lambda Chapter at East Tennessee State University. When she was a collegiate member she served as President, Vice President of Philanthropic Services, was a member of Order of Omega, and served as a Resident Advisor. One thing you may not know about Kaley is that she her television is always playing HGTV!

Kelly Gonzales

Leadership Consultant
Bio

kgonzales@sigmakappa.org

As a leadership consultant, Kelly supervises activities of assigned collegiate chapters; partners with volunteers and staff to implement an execute chapter development efforts; directs, teaches, advises and consults with chapter members in the areas of recruitment and chapter operations. Kelly is from the Zeta Mu Chapter at the University of California, San Diego. When she was a collegiate member she served as ritual chairman, vice president of philanthropic service, vice president of new member education, chapter president, and volunteered in elementary classrooms, worked in a mental health research lab, and was involved in the Human Development Student Association. A fun fact about Kelly is that her ultimate career goal is to work supporting children as an educational psychologist.

Kim Ferguson

Senior Leadership Consultant
Bio

kferguson@sigmakappa.org

As a senior leadership consultant, Kim supervises activities of assigned collegiate chapters; partners with volunteers and staff to implement an execute chapter development efforts; directs, teaches, advises and consults with chapter members in the areas of recruitment and chapter operations. Kim is from the Alpha Epsilon Chapter at Iowa State University. Go Clones! When she was a collegiate member she served as ritual chairman, assistant to the vice president of finance, standards council representative, and held various co-chair positions, served as a Cyclone Aide Orientation Leader and played on the Women's Club Soccer Team. One thing you may not know about Kim is that she has traveled out of the country ten times in the last four years.

Madison Hartman

Leadership Consultant
Bio

mhartman@sigmakappa.org

As a leadership consultant, Madison supervises activities of assigned collegiate chapters; partners with volunteers and staff to implement and execute chapter development efforts; directs, teaches, advises and consults with chapter members in the areas of recruitment and chapter operations. Madison is from the Delta Chi Chapter and The University of Central Oklahoma. When she was a collegiate member she served as Chapter President, Vice President of Academic Excellence, Standards Council Representative and a Circle of Sisterhood Round chairman. One thing you may not know about Madison is that she loves to run half-marathons!

Margaret O'Meara

Leadership Consultant
Bio

momeara@sigmakappa.org

As a leadership consultant, Margaret supervises activities of assigned collegiate chapters; partners with volunteers and staff to implement and execute chapter development efforts; directs, teaches, advises and consults with chapter members in the areas of recruitment and chapter operations. Margaret is from the Epsilon Chi Chapter at Virginia Tech. Go Hokies! When she was a collegiate member, Margaret served as Panhellenic delegate, standards council representative, served on several chapter committees, and worked as the comedy programming director for The Virginia Tech Union. Margaret has also represented the United States as the 2018 US Cherry Blossom Queen where she traveled on a good-will trip through Japan.

Maria Mastrocesare

Leadership Consultant
Bio

mmastrocesare@sigmakappa.org

As a leadership consultant, Maria supervises activities of assigned collegiate chapters; partners with volunteers and staff to implement and execute chapter development efforts; directs, teaches, advises and consults with chapter members in the areas of recruitment and chapter operations.  Maria is from the Lambda Gamma Chapter at Robert Morris University.  As a collegiate member, she served as triangle correspondent, webmaster, public relations chairman, chapter president, and a recruitment counselor for Panhellenic Council.  She was also involved on campus as a freshman mentor, Colonial Ambassador tour guide, and a peer tutor. One thing you may not know about Maria is that she traveled to Ireland and knows a few Irish dance steps!

Rebekah Brinkley

Leadership Consultant
Bio

rbrinkley@sigmakappa.org

As a leadership consultant, Rebekah supervises activities of assigned collegiate chapters; partners with volunteers and staff to implement an execute chapter development efforts; directs, teaches, advises and consults with chapter members in the areas of recruitment and chapter operations. Rebekah is from the Kappa Tau Chapter at The University of West Georgia. Go Wolves! When she was a collegiate member she served as vice president of philanthropic service, vice president of alumnae relations, social chairman, house manager and standards council representative. She also served as a Resident Assistant for Greek Village and held various positions in the Student Government Association. One thing you may not know about Rebekah is that she is an avid Diet Coke enthusiast.

Career Opportunities
Educational Support Manager

Directs the assessment and analytics of the Sorority's national and regional events and programs. They are responsible for the oversight of the Sorority's e-learning educational programming strategy and learning management system (LMS) vendor relationship. This position will be based at national headquarters in Carmel, Indiana.

If you are interested in this role, please submit a letter of interest, resume and salary requirements to Mary Phillips Carlson, director of educational programs by October 1.