Sara Kitson is from Long Island, NY and is majoring in psychology with a minor in criminal justice. She chose Sigma Kappa because it was a perfect fit for her: down to earth sisters with the biggest hearts. Sara is excited to advocate for the chapter as president and help our sisters strive to be the best women they can be. She plans to be very involved within the Greek community and hopes to bring the community closer together
Vice President of Standards and Values
Ally Olsen is from North Providence, RI and is majoring in psychology with a double minor in leadership studies and human development and family studies. She is most excited continue to foster an environment for our sisters to grow, feel safe, and loved. She plans to make everyone in Greek life to feel valued, included, and recognize how important they are to our amazing Greek community!
Vice President of Programming
Anna Nelson is from Attleboro, MA and a nursing major. Anna felt as though our sisterhood could help her grow as a person and a leader within her own community. As our new Vice President of Programming, she is most excited to get our sisters involved. She would also love to bring a larger sense of pride to the SigKap community. As for greek life as a whole, Anna strives to change the outlook on greek life in the community and show our peers who Sigma Kappa’s truly are!
Vice President of Membership
Madelyn Love is from Westfield, NJ and a nursing major. She chose Sigma Kappa because the conversations she had during recruitment were genuine. As our new Vice President of Membership, Maddy is most excited to showcase our amazing members and sisterhood during recruitment events throughout the year. She also plans on making our chapter closer and stronger by doing so!
Vice President of Academic Excellence
Rebecca Rancourt is from Monroe, CT and a major in biological sciences. Becca chose Sigma Kappa because every sister she had conversation with were funny, down to earth girls. As our new Vice President of Academic Excellence, she wants to be a primary resource for our chapter when it comes to doing well in school
Vice President of Communications and Operations
Lizzie Rowe is from Mansfield, MA and a nursing major. As our new VP of Communications and Operations, Lizzie strives to make the chapter grow into an even better unit and to inspire girls to become more involved in the chapter itself, but also Greek life as a whole
Vice President of New Member Education
Sydney Graham is from Somers, CT and a textiles, fashion merchandising and design major. Syd chose Sigma Kappa because she felt right at home as soon as she walked through our doors. As our new Vice President of New Member Education, she is most excited to share and spread love for SigKap with new members, as well as introduce new leadership positions and opportunities within Greek life
Vice President of Philanthropic Service
Megan Hines is a Textile Merchandising Design major with a minor in communication studies, from Westport, CT. In addition to creating new and continuing our time-honored philanthropy events, Meg is most excited about building our chapter’s connection to our five philanthropies during fundraising, as well as growing our chapter’s philanthropic involvement in the URI and local community
Vice President of Finance
Amanda Donnelly is from Morganville, NJ and an accounting major. She chose Sigma Kappa because she felt as though she’d fit in with the super friendly girls and welcoming atmosphere. She knew our sisters would push her to be herself. As our new VP of Finance, Amanda is most excited to connect with each girl in our chapter and bring comfort to girls who get stressed about the finances of Greek life!
Vice President of Alumni Relations
Sydney Smith is from Raynham, MA majoring in human development family studies, with a focus in early childhood education. She chose Sigma Kappa because she felt most at home here during the recruitment process. As our new VP of Alumnae Relations, she is most excited to create new alumni events, as well as strengthening the bonds between current members and alumni.
Nicole is a nursing major from Northborough, MA. She chose Sigma Kappa because the conversations she had with the girls felt like conversations she has had with my best friends; it felt meant to be. As our new Panhellenic Delegate, Nicole is most excited to spread Panhellenic love within Sigma Kappa and get our chapter excited for Greek events.