Chapter Officers

Madison Williams

President

Before coming to Kansas State, I was very skeptical of Greek life and didn't even want to go through formal recruitment, but my mom encouraged me to do so because college is about meeting new people, getting out of your comfort zone, and trying new things. I ended up falling in love with Sigma Kappa the first time I walked into the house because the conversations I had with the women I talked to made me feel comfortable They made me feel like they truly wanted to get to know me. I accepted my bid to Sigma Kappa at the end of formal recruitment in the fall of 2014. I am so amazed at how much I have grown by being surrounded by supportive sisters who encourage me to be my best self each day. I feel honored to be given the responsibility as President and the opportunity to represent Sigma Kappa in the Greek community.

  • E-mail: madiso10@ksu.edu
  • Major, Minor: Accounting/Finance
  • Hometown: Marysville, KS

Alexa Brockel

Executive Vice President

I joined Sigma Kappa because I am interested in Alzheimer’s research and I love all the different things the chapter does to donate time and resources working towards finding a cure. Alzheimer’s is such an important cause and I’m glad to be part of an organization that makes a difference in so many people’s lives.

  • Email: alexa14@ksu.edu
  • Major, Minor: Medical Biochemistry, Pre-Medicine
  • Hometown: Wichita, KS

Michaela Moyer

Vice President of Membership

I joined Sigma Kappa because I wanted a family away from home. I knew that at Sigma Kappa I could make meaningful friendships and find the support system that I wanted at K-State. I felt at home at Sigma Kappa and wanted to invest in it as well.

  • E-mail: Mmoyer3@ksu.edu
  • Major, Minor: Hospitality Management with an emphasis in Convention, Meeting, and Event Management, Business
  • Hometown: Overland Park, KS

Racquel Anzalone

Assistant Vice President of Membership

Hannah Sutherland

Vice President of New Member Education

I joined Sigma Kappa because I wanted to surround myself with women who were dedicated to empowering one another. The women in this chapter believe in me and push me to be the best version of myself. Sigma Kappa has given me the opportunity to meet a diverse group of women who I will always be proud to call my sisters. 

  • E-mail: hsuther21@ksu.edu
  • Major, Minor: Nutrition Science, Pre-Dental
  • Hometown: Lenexa, KS

Haley Dunkak

Assistant Vice President of New Member Education

Brittany Ouellette

Vice President of Communications and Webmaster

I joined Sigma Kappa because I loved the way I felt at home with the women and it was very reassuring knowing that there would always be a new opportunity for me and that these women would always be behind me and push me to be my best.

  • Email: bjouelle@ksu.edu
  • Major, Minor: Marketing, Leadership Studies
  • Hometown: Shawnee, KS

Mackenzie Thrush

Vice President of Scholarship

I joined Sigma Kappa so that I would be able to get involved in something that would make a difference in my life, and I also wanted to make new friends here at K-State. Sigma Kappa has given me the opportunity to grow as a person and better my leadership skills through many leadership positions. I have also gained amazing friends that will last a lifetime. I am so thankful to be apart of such a great organization.

  • E-mail: mackenziemt@ksu.edu
  • Major, Minor: Communication Sciences and Disorders
  • Hometown: Wichita, KS

Emily Turnquist

Assistant Vice President of Scholarship

I joined Sigma Kappa in the fall of 2014 because I wanted a home away from home. I was nervous about going to school so far away from my hometown and I wanted to find a support system. My sisters have not only supported me, but have encouraged me to branch out and take on new leadership roles.

  • Email: eturnquist@ksu.edu
  • Major, Minor: Medical Biochemistry, Pre-Medicine
  • Hometown: Maple Grove, MN

Tessa Wahlmeier

Vice President of Philanthropic Services

Rylee Walker

Assistant Vice President of Philanthropic Services

I joined Sigma Kappa because of the philanthropy. Alzheimer's research just means so much to me and I'm glad I can be an active member in ending it. I am so grateful for the opportunity as Assistant Vice President of Philanthropy. Having this position allows me to be more involved and active with raising money for Alzheimer's and all of our philanthropies.

  • Email: ryleew@ksu.edu
  • Major, Minor: Social Work and Psychology, Leadership Studies
  • Hometown: Highlands Ranch, CO

Megan Lehman

Vice President of Programming

I joined Sigma Kappa in the fall of 2015 not only because I felt at home here, but because I felt a genuine connection with the women of this chapter. Sigma Kappa has opened up many opportunities for me, such as becoming Vice President of Programming, and I can't wait to see where it takes me next.

  • E-mail: melehman@ksu.edu
  • Major, Minor: Engineering, Leadership Studies
  • Hometown: Topeka, KS

Cali Banker

Assistant Vice President of Programming

Everyone one was so easy to talk to and I felt at home there. They answered all the questions I had and helped me adjust and get used to living away from home and have people who I could talk to about anything

  • Email: cebanker@ksu.edu
  • Major, Minor: Industrial Engineering
  • Hometown: Overland Park, KS

Sabrina Cline

Vice President of Alumni Relations

I joined Sigma Kappa because of the amazing women I met and the endless opportunities I could see through joining our chapter.

  • Email: srcline@ksu.edu
  • Major, Minor: Secondary Education and Spanish, Leadership Studies
  • Hometown: Overland Park, KS

Abigail Crawford

Assistant Vice President of Alumni Relations

I joined because I felt like the Sigma Kappas were real with me. They were genuine, caring, and loyal. I identify deeply with our 4 values, especially personal growth and I saw that this house could provide me with the opportunities to grow. Everything I was looking for in a sisterhood Sigma Kappa presented me.

  • Email: abcrawford@ksu.edu
  • Major, Minor: Athletic Training and Gerontology, Dance
  • Hometown: Hugoton, KS

Madison Wilkins

Junior Panhellenic Delegate

I joined Sigma Kappa in the fall of 2016. I just felt so at home with the girls I talked to during recruitment and I knew that this was the place for me. I love getting involved and participating in service opportunities, both of which are big things that Sigma Kappa offers me. I'm very excited to become more involved in my position as Jr. Panhellenic Delegate and can't wait to see what this next year brings for our chapter.

  • Email: mnwilkins@ksu.edu
  • Major, Minor: Finance/Pre-Law, Economics
  • Hometown: Stillwell, KS

Paige Pearson

Vice President of Finance

I joined Sigma Kappa because I loved the feeling of love and support that each of the members has for the sorority as a whole, as well as for each individual sister. I could never have imagined how being a part of Sigma Kappa has made me grow and mature as an individual, I definitely would not be where I am now if I hadn’t joined in 2015.

Grace Eilert

Activities Chair

I joined Sigma Kappa because I felt the strongest connection at this chapter. Being a legacy I felt so loved whenever I would come visit during recruitment. Sigma Kappa is home.

Katrina Yau

House Manager

I joined Sigma Kappa because I felt like it was a home away from home (even though I am home, haha), and I felt like I could see myself growing and becoming a better person with amazing and loving women supporting me every step of the way

Mckenna Mills

Social Chair

I joined Sigma Kappa to make connections with women that would push me to be a better version of myself. I am a more organized, passionate, and balanced person thanks to the relationships I have formed. I hope to grow further in these relationships while committing myself to my chapter as my role as Social Chairman. 

  • Email: mckenn1@ksu.edu
  • Major, Minor: Food Science and Industry, Chinese
  • Hometown: Highlands Ranch, CO

Lauren Scott

Sisterhood Chair

I joined Sigma Kappa because of the close connection I saw between the women of this chapter, and I knew that they would help me grow and succeed in all that I do. 

Rachael Tearney

Continuing Membership Chair

I joined Sigma Kappa because I felt so welcomed and invited. It was such an exciting experience when I joined knowing that I would make friends that I would have for the rest of my life. This chapter has provided my endless opportunities and unforgettable memories. 

Taylor Ellis

Homecoming Chair

I was unsure about joining a sorority at first, but then I hung out with some girls from this chapter and they shown me what a true sisterhood is like and that's why I joined Sigma Kappa.

  • Email: tlellis@ksu.edu
  • Major, Minor: Apparel and Textiles Marketing
  • Hometown: Wichita, KS

Alyssa Frey

Ritual Chair

I joined Sigma Kappa because it was easy for me to see myself loving and growing with the women that I talked to. I could see myself walking around their house in sweats and becoming a better person with them by my side.

  • Email: alyssafrey96@gmail.com
  • Major, Minor: Social Work, Leadership Studies and Theater
  • Hometown: Manhattan, KS

Acacia Thalman

Historian

I joined Sigma Kappa in the fall of 2016 because I wanted to be involved in our university and community. Sigma Kappa has done both for me as I’ve become the Historian of Sigma Kappa and met so many great people through our social events for the university. I’m excited to make more memories and have new experiences with Sigma Kappa!

Rachel Stupp

Triangle Correspondent

I joined Sigma Kappa because I felt like I was at home in the house and around everyone. I really connected with a lot of people in the house. Also Alzheimer’s awareness means a lot to me and my family.

  • Email: rastupp@ksu.edu
  • Major, Minor: Mechanical Engineering
  • Hometown: Olathe, KS
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