Chapter Officers

President

Heather Moore

Heather is Sigma Kappa’s current Chapter President. She is in charge of overseeing all of the Executive Council and Chairmen, ensuring that each position meets their yearly goals! Year: Senior

Vice President of Standards and Values

Faith Eberflus

Faith is Sigma Kappa’s current Vice President of Standards and Values. She is in charge of ensuring that our sisters are living up to our values and finding ways to make sure we are all growing, both as individuals and as a chapter. She also helps our chapter stay safe and aware of risk management policies. Year: Junior

Vice President of Membership

Ashley Dentinger

Ashley is Sigma Kappa's current Vice President of Membership. As the VPM, Ashley's focus is on Fall Primary Recruitment. Her responsibilities are to educate and guide the chapter in recruitment techniques, planned membership growth, and the rules of Recruitment. Year: Senior Favorite CHS Restaurant: AC's Hometown: Tampa, FL

Vice President of New Member Education

Carli Baker

Carli is Sigma Kappa's current Vice President of New Member Education. As the VPNME, her job is to help our new members adjust to being a part of sorority and college life. Carli's friendly personality makes her the perfect fit for connecting with new members. She teaches them all about Sigma Kappa's history, traditions, founders, and values, preparing them to be model Sigma Kappa sisters for the next four years! Major: Accounting with a finance minor Favorite CHS restaurant: Brown Dog Deli Hometown: Columbia, SC Year: Senior

Vice President of Philanthropic Services

Lexi Willbrand

Lexi is our VP of Philanthropic Services which means she is in charge of making sure our members are able to thoroughly support our philanthropies. She has organized beach cleanups, bake sale events, and is currently preparing for this year's Walk to End Alzheimer's disease! Year: Junior Major: Double Major in Arts Management and Marketing Favorite CHS restaurant: Saltwater Cowboys Hometown: Cary, NC

Vice President of Alumnae Relations

Adair Klapow

I am the Vice President of Alumni Relations which means that I am the liaison between our chapter and the alumna so I send out monthly newsletters to the alumna, invite them to various events, and keep them updated on what our chapter is doing. I am also in charge of planning Senior sendoff each semester and Founder’s day in the fall. I am majoring in Psychology with a minor in Sociology and I am originally from Birmingham, AL. Outside of the sorority, I am also a tour guide on campus, I work at the Early Childhood Development Center on campus and am involved in various clubs and honor societies on campus. My favorite restaurant in Charleston is The Watch. Year: Senior

Vice President of Programming

Whitney Green

Whitney is our VP of Programming and she is in charge of updating the calendar, corresponding with guests for our informal chapter meetings, and presenting other exec members during chapter meetings. Year: Junior

Vice President of Communications and Operations

Isabel Burk

Isabel is Sigma Kappa’s current Vice President of Communications and Operations. As VPCO, Isabel is responsible for taking attendance, taking chapter meeting minutes, updating chapter member statuses, participating in Ritual ceremonies, and overseeing the Public Relations Chairman, Webmaster, and Sigma Kappa Triangle Correspondent. Year: Senior

Vice President of Academic Excellence

Mary Price

Mary is Sigma Kappa's current Vice President of Academic Excellence. As the VPAR, Mary holds all the members of the sorority accountable for grades to ensure academic successes for the chapter. She also manages students with lower GPA’s, creating individual study programs for them to help improve their grades and rewards fellow sisters biweekly for receiving A’s in their classes. Major: biology with a biomedical physics minor on the pre-med track. Year: Senior

Vice President of Finance

Rachel Greenleaf

Rachel is currently Sigma Kappa’s Vice President of Finance. As VPF, Isabel helps to ensure the future financial stability of the chapter by budgeting and communicating with each officer to ensure she has a budget that allows her to be successful in her position. Year: Junior

Panhellenic Delegate

Beth Peebles

Beth is Sigma Kappa’s current Panhellenic Delegate. As Panhellenic Delegate, Beth keeps our sorority connected with the Panhellenic community on campus by keeping our chapter informed about other Panhellenic events. She attends Panhellenic meetings every week to stay informed about changes happening within the Greek community on campus which she reports back to our chapter about. Year: Sophmore

Public Relations Chairwomen

Anna Breen

Anna is Sigma Kappa’s current Public Relations Chairman. She is in charge of managing Lambda Epsilon’s brand and image on and off campus through running the chapter’s social media accounts both with photos and information about events! Year: Junior Dream job: Teacher Favorite CHS restaurant: Church and Union

Ritual Chairwomen

Julia Brown

Julia is responsible for everything ritual in Sigma Kappa. She plays a crucial role in maintaining Sigma Kappa's legacy as well as making sure that traditions carry on.

Continuous Open Bidding Chairwomen

Ella Tagliamonte

As COB Chairman, Ella is responsible for meeting with women who are interested in Sigma Kappa. Ella has the honor of setting up coffee dates and hang-out sessions with each of the girls to allow the girl and SK members to get to know each other better! Year: Junior

Diversity and Inclusion Chairwomen

Jenn Greenspan

Jenn is responsible for facilitating diversity and inclusion within the chapter. Year: Junior

Sisterhood Chairwomen

Brooke Delorey

Brooke coordinates programs that promote a sense of closeness throughout the chapter. Sisterhood is an essential quality to any sorority; it allows each sister to establish essential relationships with girls that they might have never mingled with had it not been for programming or a sorority event. Year: Junior Major: Communications with a minor in Environmental Studies Hometown: Boston, MA Favorite CHS restaurant: Vincent Chicos

Social Chairwomen

Zoey Zoschg

As social chair, Zoey plans and coordinates all social events such as formal, mixers, and date parties. I organize contracts with venues and caterers to design fun events for the chapter. Year: Sophomore Major: Accounting and German Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA Favorite CHS restaurant: Indaco

Co-Social Chairwomen

Emma Ghighi

Emma's responsibilities involve helping out the social chair, Zoey, with anything she might need. Emma helps plan events, facilitate ideas, and reach out to potential vendors/caterers. Year: Junior

Webmaster

Maddie Kalin

As Sigma Kappa's Webmaster, Maddie manages the website. She keeps it updated and informative by writing about all the events that happen and uploads pictures from each one, too. By keeping the website up to date, it allows all people, in and out of the sorority, a glimpse into the life of a Sig Kap. Year: Junior Major: Business Administration Hometown: Wilton, CT Favorite CHS restaurant: Maison

Historian

Regan Neilson

Our chapter's historian is mostly in charge of organizing and arranging the composite photos. She directly communicates with the photographers and makes sure everyone gets to take their photos! Year: Junior Favorite CHS Restaurant: Saltwater Cowboys

Triangle Correspondant

Jamie Wirth

Jamie is responsible for our chapter’s publicity in the Sigma Kappa Triangle magazine. Jamie submits articles and photos to inform the magazine’s readers, which includes all members of our chapter and other fraternal organizations as well as other college campuses, about the news of our chapter. Major: Psychology Hometown: Scotch Plains, NJ Favorite CHS restaurant: Poogan’s Porch Year: Sophomore

Activities Chairwomen

Madison Cartana

Madison is Sigma Kappa’s current Activities Chairman. Through her position, she helps to make sure that the women in our chapter remain active in our college community! She gets to help everyone find something to get involved in. Year: Sophomore

Assistant VPNME

Avery Schwab

Avery is responsible for helping out the New Member Educator, Carli. Avery is a helping hand whenever she is needed and helps to welcome the new incoming class of Sigma Kappa girls! Year: Junior Major: Communications Favorite CHS restaurant: Little Jacks Tavern

Assistant VPM

Sarah Margaret Bilton

As Assistant VPM, Sarah Margaret aids the Vice President of Membership with any sort of backup and assistance she may need. Major: Public Health Minor: Healthcare and Medical Service Management Hometown: Sumter, South Carolina Favorite Restaurant: Pages Okra Grill