Sigma Kappa

Chapter Officers

Chapter Officers

Allison Mannai


Hi! I’m Allie from Marshfield, MA. I am a Senior at Elon University studying Public Health, Health and Wellness Education, and Communications. I currently serve as the President of the Kappa Zeta chapter, and I am truly honored to have the privilege of leading such an amazing group of women. Sigma Kappa has provided me with countless opportunities that I only could have dreamed of having. Without Sigma Kappa, I never would have experienced the personal growth necessary to hold this type of leadership position, and I have my sisters to thank for that. I am eternally grateful for all that this organization has given me, and I look forward to spending the next year giving back to Sigma Kappa in any way I can. I am so excited to see where myself and the rest of Executive Council can lead our organization, and I look forward to looking back on the mark we leave with pride!

Jaime D'Ambrosio

Vice President of Standards and Values

Hi everyone! My name is Jaime and I'm a Senior from Hagerstown, Maryland. I'm pursuing a major in Finance, with minors in Spanish and Accounting. At Elon, I work in the Office of Admissions as a University Guide, as well as a Processing Assistant Leader in the Records Department. I am also the secretary of the Women in Finance Club, and a member of the professional accounting and finance fraternity, Beta Alpha Psi. This year, I have been given the opportunity to serve this chapter as Executive Vice President. As EVP, I am tasked with all things risk management for Kappa Zeta - meaning I lead the Standards Council, and handle all disciplinary aspects for the chapter. Additionally, I give out positive standards to members that exemplify our values throughout the semester. I'm very excited to give back to our chapter in this leadership position!

Ali Bradley

Vice President of Programming

I am a Senior from Acton, Massachusetts majoring in Strategic Communications. Prior to serving as the Vice President of Programming, I served as the activities chair and the assistant to the Vice President of Programming. On campus I work at the Student Professional Development Center and the Office of Admissions, and sit on the board for Active Minds. I am looking forward to leading Kappa Zeta by overseeing our committees, organizing the calendar, and planning valuable and meaningful programming for the chapter.

Madison Demmitt

Vice President of New Member Education

I am a senior from Charlotte, North Carolina. I'm a double major in journalism and strategic communications with a minor in international studies, hoping to pursue a career in healthcare writing. During my time at Elon I have served as a staff writer for Elon's student-run news organization, Elon News Network, a global ambassador for study abroad and a volunteer swim coach with the local chapter of Special Olympics. I am honored to be serving as the Vice President of New Member Education for my chapter this year. This position allows me to connect with all of our new members and ensure that they have all the resources for an exciting and successful transition into this amazing organization!

Grace Kadel

Vice President of Finance

I am a Junior from Glenview, IL majoring in Finance and Accounting. At Elon, I am a member of the business Fraternity Beta Alpha Psi, a member of the Women in Finance club, and a mentor in the Alamance Girls on the Run club. As the Vice President of Finance, my roles are to ensure that each member stays in good financial standing, so they may get the most out of their experience with Sigma Kappa. I am honored to have a leadership position in such a great organization and I look forward to continuing my leadership experience with Sigma Kappa.

Taylor Cassidy

Vice President of Membership

I am in my senior year at Elon University, originally from Indianapolis, Indiana. I am majoring in Dance Performance and Choreography & Dance Science as well as minoring in Exercise Science. During my time at Elon, I’ve also been involved on campus as a Teaching Assistant, Special Events Assistant for Campus Recreation, Elon College Fellow, and the Vice President of Membership for our chapter of Sigma Kappa. My position as Vice President of Membership for our Kappa Zeta chapter at Elon allows me to help maintain and promote the core values and standards in which we believe. This position gives me the opportunity to lead our chapter to recruit women that believe in our core values. I lead our chapter’s preparation for recruitment as well, which includes being the point of contact for Elon Fraternity and Sorority Life for all things regarding recruitment. I’m excited to work, teach and lead the chapter during the next two semesters in order to welcome our newest Sigma Kappa members next spring!

Melanie Vacchiano

Vice President of Academic Excellence

I am a senior from Knoxville, Tennessee. I am majoring in Public Health and minoring in Biology and Psychology with the pursuit of a career in Occupational Therapy. I am conducting undergraduate research here at Elon, serve as a president of the Public Health Society, and am in the Psi Chi International Psychology Honor Society. My mission as Vice President of Scholarship is to assist/encourage women in their academic pursuits, help those sisters who may be struggling, and recognize those who have earned exceptional grades/hold high GPAs. Overall, I help sisters utilize available resources to be the best students they can be and to prepare for their next step after graduation.

Madison Sowards

Vice President of Alumnae Relations

I am a senior from Boca Raton, Florida majoring in strategic communications and minoring in sociology and business administration. At Elon, I work as the Communications Intern for Web Projects at the Global Education Center and as a Student Office Assistant in the Residence Life office. In addition, I am the President of Circle K International and a member of Lambda Pi Eta Communications Honors Society. In my role as Vice President of Alumnae Relations, I strive to bridge the gap between collegiate and alumnae members of Sigma Kappa. This year, I will work on constant communication in our chapter newsletter, plan fun community events to connect collegiate and alumnae members, prepare for Founder's Day and organize Homecoming weekend activities to celebrate the 20th anniversary of our chapter!

Eliza Singleton

Vice President of Communications and Operations

I am thrilled to be serving on the executive board of the Kappa Zeta chapter as Vice President of Communications. With this role I have the unique opportunity to engage with sisters within each member class and oversee the chapter's overall communication strategy. This includes recording and distributing minutes of all meetings and ceremonies, updating Dove Hub regularly, managing our point system, and overseeing the Public Relations, Technology, and Sigma Kappa
Triangle correspondent. I have greatly enjoyed working as a member on the Executive Council and having this role within our Kappa Zeta chapter. I am originally from Atlanta, Georgia and am a strategic communications and political science major at Elon. In addition to my role in Sigma Kappa, I am also a diversity ambassador and serve on the President's Student Leadership Advisory Council.

Christina Kennedy

Panhellenic Delegate

My name is Christina, and I am a senior from Arlington, MA. Currently, I am majoring in English, with a minor in German. I serve as Sigma Kappa's Panhellenic Delegate. I am very excited to take on this position for the Kappa Zeta chapter! I hope to unite the Panhellenic community, and push each sister within Sigma Kappa to support other organizations on campus aside from our own. My role is to act as the liaison between the Panhellenic Executive board, and all of my sisters. I attend Panhellenic Body meetings on a weekly basis, and strive to promote active member engagement in all events across campus.

Lindsey Putnam

Vice President of Philanthropic Services

Hi, I am Lindsey Putnam, a senior from Cramerton, North Carolina. I am majoring in Environmental Studies and minoring in Public Health with a goal of becoming a dentist. Around Elon's campus, I am involved in the Eco Reps, Global Medical Brigades, and Alamance Pediatric Dentistry. I am excited to serve as the Vice President for Philanthropic Services in my chapter. This position allows me to emphasize the importance of giving back to our surrounding community by organizing impactful events to foster an engaged sisterhood. While in this position, I am responsible for motivating sisters to radiate enthusiasm and dedication for all of our national philanthropies including Alzheimer's research, Inherit the Earth, Maine Sea Coast Mission, etc. Lastly, I am tasked with bolstering a sorority-wide commitment to direct, hands on service benefiting a national philanthropy or an organization close to a sister's heart. I am excited to cultivate a sisterhood dedicated to serving our community.