Chapter Officers

Kaylie Lewis

President

Kaylie is our President for the 2019 year. Kaylie is from Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. She is majoring in Data Analytics and pursuing a minor in Spanish. Kaylie's favorite thing about Sigma Kappa is that she has had the opportunity to meet amazing women with similar values to her own. She also loves that Sigma Kappa has given her the opportunity to become a leader in the chapter and make a difference.

Rachel Giroux

Vice President of Standards and Values

Rachel Giroux is Vice President of Standards and Values for the 2019 term. Rachel was born and raised in Everett, WA. She is pursuing a major in pre-nursing and is a sophomore. Rachel’s favorite thing about Sigma Kappa is the amazing friends and opportunities she has gained already.

Olivia Harnagy

Vice President of Communication

Olivia is Sigma Kappa’s newest Vice President of Communication and Operations. She is from Ocean Shores Washington and is a Communication Major with a focus in Public Relations. She is excited to work with the Executive Council and the rest of the Chapter. Olivia loves Sigma Kappa because of all the amazing women she gets to spend time with on a daily basis. This is Olivia’s first position, but she is very excited to begin the term!

Lizzie Murray

Vice President of Membership

Lizzie is Sigma Kappa’s Vice President of membership for the 2019 year. She is from Kenmore, Washington and is majoring in psychology. Her favorite thing about Sigma Kappa is being surrounded by empowered women and finding her closest friends.

Rachel Jonson

Vice President of New Member Education

Rachel Jonson is our chapter's Vice President of New Member Education for the 2019 year. Rachel is majoring in Finance and is from Redmond, Washington. Rachel loves Sigma Kappa because of the relationships that she has gained and the opportunities that have come from being a member. She is so excited to be the educator for our new members and looks forward to this year!

Emily McCallum

Vice President of Programming

Emily is Sigma Kappa's Vice President of Programming for the 2019 year. She was previously the chapter's Vice President of Philanthropic Services. She is also very involved in our community and is currently also serving on the 2019 Greek Week Executive Council. Emily is majoring in Advertising with a minor in Human Resources. Emily's favorite thing about Sigma Kappa is that is has allowed her to grow into the person she is today and given her an absorbent amount of leadership opportunities.

Sarah Ruchty

Vice President of Academic Excellence

My name is Sarah, I am VPAE and I am a senior studying Animal Science on the Pre-vet track with a minor in Spanish. I am from Everett, WA. My favorite thing about Sigma Kappa is having the opportunity to form lifelong friendships and having a support system that has allowed me to become a better version of myself.

Sunny Lovell

Vice President of Alumnae Relations

Sunny Lovell is the 2019 Vice President of Alumnae Relations. Sunny is from Garden Grove, California. She is pursuing an English major with a focus in Creative Writing, and is also getting a certificate in editing and publishing. Her favorite thing about Sigma Kappa is getting to meet so many strong and amazing women who are guiding her to become a more well rounded woman and helping her feel like Sigma Kappa is her home away from home.

Talia Sanazzaro

Vice President of Finance

Talia is our vice president of finance for the 2019 year! Talia is a Bio-engineering major and mathematics minor from Sebastopol, California. Her favorite thing about Sigma Kappa is the opportunity to meet and make new friends and grow as a leader.

Rachael Tang

Vice President of Philanthropic Services

Rachael is Sigma Kappa’s Vice President of Philanthropic Services for the 2019 year. She is pursuing a major in Apparel Merchandising and a minor in Comparative Ethnic Studies. Rachael is from Burien, Washington. Her favorite thing about Sigma Kappa is the opportunity to grow as a leader while being supported by lifelong friends.

Casie Lynch

Panhellenic Delegate

Casie Lynch is Sigma Kappa’s Panhellenic Delegate for 2019! She currently studies Strategic Communication with an emphasis in Public Relations. She is excited to be a part of the executive council this year and to help create an even stronger bond within the Panhellenic community. Sigma Kappa holds such a special place in her heart and she can’t wait to continue to grow in the chapter.

Katie Lynn

Social Chair

Katie Lynn holds the position of Social Chair for the 2019 year and is majoring in nursing as a sophomore at WSU. This is Katie’s first position within the chapter but she knows she will thoroughly be able to showcase her social planning skills. Her positivity radiates throughout the chapter and she takes on every challenge passionately.

Grace Howell

Public Relations Chair

Grace is from Stanwood, Washington. She is a sophomore and is pursuing Pre-Pharmacy with a major in biology and a minor in Spanish. Grace holds the Public Relations Chair position for the 2019 year. She is excited to bring new ideas to Public Relations and work closely with other officers, and to see what new opportunities 2019 has!

Juniper Kleinsmith

Webmaster

Juniper is from Seattle, Washington and is a junior pursuing a major in Elementary Education. Juniper holds the Webmaster position for 2019. She is looking forward to her position because she wants to help Sigma Kappa engage with the community through social media.

Maddie Edwards

Parent Liaison

Maddie is the Parent Liaison for the 2019 year! She is from Anchorage, Alaska. She is majoring in Neuroscience on a Pre-Medicine track, with a Psychology minor. Her favorite thing about Sigma Kappa is being able to support Sigma Kappa’s philanthropies and raise money with her sisters!

Kyla Morrison

Historian and Triangle Correspondent

Kyla is from Marysville WA, and is pursuing majors in Communications and Apparel Merchandising. She is excited to learn more about Alpha Gamma history and help create things that will make this year memorable in the future. She is also excited to get more involved with her chapter and work closely with her sisters.

Mary Ginther

Activities Chair

Mary is Sigma Kappa’s activates chair for 2019! She is a Broadcast Communications major from Sammamish, WA. Mary’s favorite thing about Sigma Kappa is all the close friendships she has made and the many opportunities she has gotten to grow as a woman of this chapter.

Hannah Coop

Centennial Chair

Hannah is the Centennial Chair for the 100th anniversary of the Alpha Gamma chapter which will be celebrated in February 2021! She is majoring in Animal Science, on the pre-veterinary medicine track. Hannah is from Kenmore, Washington and her favorite thing about Sigma Kappa is being able to grow in a supportive environment with loving and diverse women!

Hazel Wilburn

Sisterhood Chair

Hazel is from Tri-Cities, Washington and is a sophomore pursuing a major in Environmental Science, and is planning to go into Environmental Law in the future. Hazel holds the position of Sisterhood Chair for the 2019 year. She is so excited to plan fun events for her and her sisters!

Allyson Boss

Food Chair

Allyson and is an Elementary Education major from Bend, Oregon. When she is not exploring the beautiful walks on campus, she is performing the duties of Food Chair. She is excited about this position because she really wants to get involved in her sorority and felt this was a good stepping stone into more leadership opportunities within the chapter.

Claire Cohen

House Manager

Claire is from Orange County California and is pursuing a major in Political Science. Claire is holds the position of House Manager for the 2019 year. She is excited to make the house an enjoyable and safe place for all her sisters to call home!

Claire Smith

Continuous Open Bidding Chair

I am from San Diego, California and pursing a major in Sport Management with minors in Business Administration and Communications while on a pre-law track. My favorite thing about SK is that I have grown so much and I am able to watch my sisters grow into their amazing selves.