Mackenzie is our current President! She is a Public Relations major from Manalapan, New Jersey. A fun fact about her is that she is obsessed with sushi! Here is a personal message from Mackenzie about her position: "This position means the absolute world to me. It is an honor to serve as the Delta Rho president and lead a group of powerful women into another successful year of sisterhood."
Vice President of Membership
Emily is our current Vice President of Membership! She is a Media Arts and Design major, with a concentration is Creative Advertising, from Bergen county, New Jersey. A fun fact about her is that she has been a dancer since she was 2 years old! Also, her last name is Goodnight and her mom is an anesthesiologist. Here is a personal message from Emily about her position: "My position is being in charge of Sigma Kappa’s membership, making sure all members are actively engaged and happy members year round. I want every member to feel comfortable and be extremely happy that they joined Sigma Kappa, and to make sure they never want to leave! And of course, to have a bomb recruitment!"
Vice President of Alumnae Relations
Emily is our current Vice President of Alumnae Relations! She is a Biology and Psychology major, with a minor in Premed and Interdisciplinary Studies, from Spring Lake, NJ. A un fact about her is that she got a tattoo while doing a service trip in Africa! Here is a personal message from Emily about her position: "I love my position because I get to make connections and meet our amazing alumnae sisters. I enjoy planning events that bring them back to JMU and build the relationships between collegiate and alumnae members. This position is my opportunity to give back to the alumnae that came before me and made our chapter as amazing as it is."
Vice President of Programming
Catarina is our current Vice President of Programming! She is a Health Sciences Pre-PA major from Monroe Township, NJ. A fun fact about her is that she is the first generation born in America! Here is a personal message from Catarina about her position: "VP Programming is like the glue of the sorority. I am the person that makes sure all positions are able to run to their fullest potentials. I also am responsible for the schedule making and the chapter education!"
Shana is our current Social Chairman! She is a Health Sciences Pre Occupational therapy major from Yardley, PA. A fun fact about her is that she loves to go skydiving! Here is a personal message from Shana about her position: "Being Social Chair for Sigma Kappa is such an honor. I love planning events for the chapter to bring all the girls together. My favorite event to plan is Formal at Cross Keys Vineyards. Knowing that I am helping so many sisters have fun and bond with each other makes my job so meaningful!"
Vice President of Scholarship
Hannah is our current Vice President of Scholarship! She is a CSD major, with a minor in Special Education, from Chesapeake Virginia. A fun fact about her is that she has traveled cross-country before! Here is a personal message from Hannah about her position: "As the Vice President of Scholarship, I want all of our members to develop into strong, independent members of society after college. I want to foster an environment that encourages academic success and I want every sister to be proud of her achievements. I hope to provide the resources, opportunities and motivation for all members to succeed during their four years here!"
Vice President of Philanthropic Services
Melanie is our current Vice President of Philanthropic Services! She is a Psychology and Communication Studies major from Sterling, VA. A fun fact about her is that she can quote the Harry Potter movies! Here is a personal message from Melanie about her position: "To me, vp of philanthropic service is an opportunity to lead a group of women in serving others and giving back to our community. I get to foster their passion and help them to be more philanthropic-minded."
Rochelle is our current Panhellenic Delegate! She is a SCOM major, with a minor in Human Resource Development from East Brunswick, NJ. A fun fact about her is that she speaks fluent Russian. Here is a personal message from Rochelle about her position: "Being the Panhellenic Delegate for Sigma Kappa has made me grow as both an individual and leader. It has allowed me to work with other women’s organizations and make our community a valuable and desirable place for everyone!" Sent from my iPhone
Executive Vice President
Madison is our Executive Vice President for Sigma Kappa! She is a Health Sciences Major with a Medical Spanish Minor. Madison works as an EMT manager at our Universities Recreation Center. When she's not doing SK related activities, you can find her working out, listening to John Mayer, or reading a good book.She loves Sigma Kappa because it's helped her grow into a person she's always wanted to be. The support she gets from her sisters is indescribable. Madison says she has truly found her home away from home within SK.
Vice President of Communication
Caroline Brandt is our current Vice President of Communications. She's in charge of submitting chapter meeting minutes to our advisory board and keeping track of attendance and updating Delta Rho’s roster to ensure accuracy. Caroline is in the School of Media Arts and Design with a concentration in journalism and a WRTC minor. In her free time, Caroline writes for The Breeze, JMU's very own newspaper! She also likes to hang out with friends and explore new places! Caroline loves SK because I have found my best friends for life and am very passionate about our philanthropy, the Alzheimer’s Association!
Vice President of Finance
Paige Epstein is our current Vice President of Finance. She is a Communications Major and in the summer she will be working with BML Public Relations to complete her first Public Relations Internship. She hopes to do public relations for healthcare companies in the future, and live in New York City. Paige is involved in a number of other organizations on campus as well. She is currently a social media marketer for Spoon University and a brand ambassador for Love Your Melon.
Vice President of Philanthropic Services
Aryn Brondolo is the Vice President of Philanthropic Service for the Delta Rho chapter of Sigma Kappa. She is currently a junior studying Communications with a concentration in Public Relations. She loves playing the guitar and spending time with friends. Aryn loves SK because she's met amazing friends and has made the best memories over the past couple of years because of it.
Vice President of Scholarship
Shayleen Brennan is our current Vice President of Scholarship. As VPS, she assists members with their studies! This includes holding multiple study session per week, connecting struggling members with tutors, and upholding the academic integrity of Sigma Kappa. Shayleen is a Communication and Science Disorders major with an Exceptional Education minor. When Shayleen has some spare time, she volunteers her time working with special needs children and watches lots of sports! Go Buffalo Bills! Shayleen loves Sigma Kappa because, "it's given me so much throughout my time here at JMU. It has given me my best friends and future bridesmaids who I couldn’t imagine my life without, and the shoulders I need to lean on when I’m down."
Vice President of New Member Education
Hannah is our Vice President of New Member Education. As New Member Educator, she ensures that each new member understands and appreciates Sigma Kappa's history and values through our Promise Program. She also makes sure that each new member feels welcomed, empowered, and inspired by our chapter. She is in the School of Media Arts & Design with a concentration in Interactive Design and a minor in Italian. Hannah is also a member of the Italian Club, and as an Italian Teaching Assistant, she designs flyers for the Foreign Languages Department. Hannah's overall goal is to eventually work for Spotify's design department. In her free time, she enjoys painting, music, running, and anything that involves animals! Hannah's love for Sigma Kappa is deeply rooted within our amazing sisterhood. Our extraordinary chapter members have challenged her to grow as a leader and philanthropist, and have inspired her to better herself as a person. Without Sigma Kappa, Hannah says she would not have found home at JMU!