Zoey Lynch is the current President which entails overseeing our entire chapter and it's well being as well as being the face and spokesperson for our chapter! Zoey is a Hospitality Management major with a minor in General Business. When Zoey's not being the President, she loves to watch Netflix, online shop, sleep, pinterest, hang with her sisters and do anything SK related! When asked why she loves Sigma Kappa she said, "It's my home at JMU. I met my best friends in the entire world through this organization and have no clue how I ever survived without them."
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 Programming
Annabelle Giaccone is our Vice President of Programming! She's a double Communications Studies and Modern Foreign Languages Major from Long Island, New York. She is a representative for the Student Government Association here at JMU and a legal intern at a local firm in Harrisonburg. When asked why Annabelle loves Sigma Kappa, she said it's given her the confidence to step outside of her comfort zone and she has found sisters that will be in her life forever as well as immense opportunities she couldn't find anywhere else.
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 Membership
Jenna is our current Vice President of Membership. This position entails working year round planning Sigma Kappa's Formal Recruitment that takes place in the Fall. She works alongside Continuing Membership Chair and our Round Chairmen in order to recruit new members who greatly uphold the values of Sigma Kappa. She also works alongside Public Relations Chair upholding Sigma Kappa's image on JMU's campus. Jenna is a Health Sciences Major with a Pre Physicians Assistant Concentration and dreams of becoming a surgical physicians assistant. When she is not furthering her education or planning recruitment, she loves the beach, music and salty snacks. Sigma Kappa has helped her grow not only as a leader but also as a friend. Helping lead this organization has become a passion of hers and has taught Jenna the importance of being a part of something larger than herself through spreading Alzheimer's awareness.
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!
Vice President of Alumnae Relations
Melanie Sill is our Panhellenic Delegate meaning she acts as a liason between other individual sororities at JMU. She majors in Psychology with a minor in Communications and is involved with the Psychology Club here too! She also is a member of the French Club. Melanie loves to help others and because of that she enjoys any type of community service. Sigma Kappa has provided her with the opportunities to personally grow and help her other sisters grow, and she's honored to have the chance to give back to SK!
Shana is our Risk Manager Chair meaning she attends weekly risk management with each sororities risk manager. She also works with the Executive Board to discuss and fill out liability forms, help the Social Chair plan events and more importantly keep them safe. Shana majors in Health Sciences with a Pre Occupational Therapy Concentration. When she's not studying, Shana loves to be with friends and family, go to the beach and concerts, and shop! Sigma Kappa has made Shana's time at JMU so worth it. She says she has made her best friends and sisters for life through Sigma Kappa and is forever grateful for the immense amount of opportunities it's given her.