Sigma Kappa

Chapter Officers

Chapter Officers

Alleah Aliakbar

President

As the president, I provide and ensure open communication with the university, our advisors, and within Sigma Kappa as a whole. I assist our chapter leaders when needed and provide resources to promote the chapter's welfare. Ultimately, I love being able to give back to the chapter that has offered me so much!

Alyse Meinhold

Executive Vice President

My position consists of making sure all chapter women are upheld to the highest academic, social, and moral standards. I enjoy engaging in conversations with my sisters and learning how to become a better leader. Being a part of our Executive Council allows me to make a difference by providing and executing new ideas to benefit both our sisters and the Panhellenic community.

Brany Yourk

Vice President of Programming

As Vice President of Programming, I tailor and coordinate our educational development programs. Whether it be during meetings or at a sisterhood retreat, I love introducing the chapter to the wide array of resources available on campus and within our community.

Allene Acosta

Vice President of Membership

As the Vice President of Membership, I have the responsibility of organizing and overseeing recruitment. My favorite part is knowing that I am able to help new members find their home away from home. I’ve witnessed sisters become mentors, best friends, and even bridesmaids for each other! I love my position and always encourage other women to live one heart, one way.

Nikole Chetty

Vice President of Scholarship

As VPS, my position entails cultivating a positive and studious atmosphere to help all members reach their highest potential. My responsibilities include rewarding scholastic achievement, in addition to providing resources, opportunities, and guidance to best ensure that all members reach their academic goals.

Michelle Tanaka

Vice President of Finance

As Vice President of Finance, it is my job to manage the finances of our chapter! Not only do I prepare an annual budget for the chapter, but I also manage both the in and outflow of cash.

Pooja Lad

Vice President of Communications

As Vice President of Communications, I am responsible for maintaining the organization of all sorority functions. One of the best things about this job is what it’s taught me about time management and working with others. I work with many of the other leaders in the chapter in order to effectively communicate information and make sure everything works efficiently and effectively. Getting to know many of the girls in the chapter and working with all of them has been a highly rewarding experience because in my position, you see a wide variety of talent and creativity all throughout the chapter that’s not limited to the leadership positions. It’s definitely a position that keeps me busy but when everything comes together, it’s a satisfying experience.

Taylor Reese

Vice President of Philanthropic Services

I am in charge of organizing our annual week-long philanthropy event called Ultraviolet, which leads up to our highly anticipated Casino Night. For the past two years, we have raised over $10,000 during Ultra Violet week! I aim to inspire my sisters through providing opportunities to achieve our philanthropic goals and potential.

Alora Reed-Garcia

Vice President of Alumnae Relations

As Vice President of Alumnae Relations, my responsibility is to keep in contact with the local Orange County Alumnae group. Our chapter hosts events such as the Mother and Daughter Tea, Sigma Kappachino, and Founders Day to give our sisters a chance to meet and build connections with our alumnae group. Sigma Kappa is not four years; it's for life!

Nicole Quispe

Panhellenic Delegate

As Panhellenic Delegate, I am the bridge that links Sigma Kappa to the Panhellenic community as a whole. My favorite part of the position is that each quarter, I am given the opportunity to make our Campuswide ideas come to life. It is a very humbling and such a rewarding experience!

Recruitment Counselor

Vice President of New Member Education

As Vice President of New Member Education, I help new members find their place within the chapter. My responsibilities include teaching the values of Sigma Kappa, serving as a mentor, and guiding new members on their journey to initiation. I love the weekly new member meetings where we get to know each other and grow together as a sisterhood!