Sigma Kappa

Kappa Zeta Chapter

Chapter Officers

Chapter Officers

Emma Montgomery

President

I am a junior from Davidson, North Carolina majoring in Strategic Communications and Public Health Studies with a minor is Psychology. Post grad, I hope to combine my majors and work in public relations for a hospital or public health non-profit. On campus, I am also involved in Elonthon and Spoon University. I am honored to be serving as the president of this amazing group of women who inspire me everyday. This year, our executive council's mission statement is to "Use a positive lens to refocus on our values and foster a more involved, empowered and cohesive sisterhood." As an executive council, we all keep this in the forefront of our minds when leading the chapter, and I'm so proud to be working alongside these incredible women.

Haley Zee

Vice President of Standards and Values

I’m a Junior from Ashland, Massachusetts majoring in Marketing and minoring in Economics and Communications. At Elon, I am Business Fellow, was a Pi Chi Recruitment Counselor this past 2019 recruitment, and served as one of the sisterhood chairs for our chapter last year. I am very excited to be in the role of Vice President of Standards and Values because I want to make a positive impact on our chapter by leading our sisters to understand the importance of self-care and bettering one another. This year, I plan to enhance our risk programming to include mental and emotional health awareness, and to emphasize our values through our weekly Positive Standards initiative. I am eager for what my future in this position holds and can’t wait to work alongside my sisters on the Executive Council! SLAM, Haley

Bailee Castillo

Vice President of Programming

I am a Junior from Orlando, Florida majoring in Economics and Finance. I am also a member of Alpha Kappa Psi, a professional business fraternity, and Elon's Honors program. I am looking forward to leading Kappa Zeta by overseeing our committees, organizing the calendar, and planning valuable and meaningful programming for the chapter. A fun fact about me is that I am a member of the Intramural Bowling Team and I ran a 5k in the middle of the Pacific Ocean!

Julia Dick

Vice President of New Member Education

I am a junior psychology major from Los Angeles, California.  Before my position as Vice President of New Member Education, I served as one of the sisterhood chairs for Kappa Zeta. I am very involved with Elon’s Hillel and can never pass up the free bagels they have on Sundays!  I have loved helping our new members transition into Sigma Kappa and I look forward to continuing to support them in their first year as initiated members of our chapter!

Taylor Sokolowski

Vice President of Finance

I am a junior from Lexington, Virginia majoring in Finance, with minors in Accounting and Sport Management. I hope to pursue a career in Sports Finance upon completion of graduate school. I am currently interning with the Winston-Salem Dash baseball team and will intern for the Miami Dolphins this summer. I am a sports fanatic and love all things related to UNC Basketball. Aside from Sigma Kappa, one of my favorite activities at Elon is participating in Elonthon. It is an honor to manage finances for Kappa Zeta and a privilege to work with all aspects of budgeting, payables and receivables. My position provides me an opportunity to work with a wide variety of individuals who have an impact on our organization, from members, to business associates and advisors. Fun Fact: I lived in Elon until I was in the fifth grade and always knew it was where I wanted to attend college. It's always felt like home!

Sophie Eng

Vice President of Membership

My name is Sophie Eng and I’m thrilled to be the current Vice President of Membership for Kappa Zeta. I am a strategic communications major, from Easton, CT and am so excited to be a part of this amazing Executive Council. During my sophomore spring, I also had the opportunity to hold the role of Public Relations chair and serve on the Junior Executive Council, as well. I only expect amazing things from this year’s EC; as soon as we spent a weekend together at RLC, I could see how passionate and driven all of my fellow EC members were about leading this incredible chapter. We all want the best for these women and it shows in the work each of us puts forth, not only in our individual positions, but as a whole leadership team. I can’t wait to spend the next year working alongside these inspiring women!

Annie Daggett

Vice President of Academic Excellence

I am a junior from Devon, Pennsylvania majoring in History with a Teachers Licensure and minoring in policy studies! Prior to serving as the Vice President of Academic Excellence, I was the sunshine chair. Every semester I observe and teach at local district schools. Last year, I was the student director of an off campus research project that partnered with the School of Education and local Alamance ESL families to work on English language development with their infants. I am ecstatic to be on a board with exceptional leaders in Kappa Zeta and I am looking forward to encouraging our sisters to excel in their academics, host study hours, and provide them with the academic resources Elon offers!

Sally Malone

Vice President of Alumnae Relations

I am a Junior from Seattle, Washington majoring in Finance and Economic Consulting. On campus, I also work as a Tour Guide through the Office of Admissions, as a Program Assistant for the Department of Education and Wellness, and am a part of the co-ed business fraternity, Alpha Kappa Psi. I am excited to work alongside our alumnae members, both local and all across the country, help better connect alumnae and collegians, and all around be a support for all members of the sorority!

Maddie White

Vice President of Communications and Operations

I am a junior from Alexandria, Virginia majoring in Psychology and minoring in Early Childhood Education with hopes of attending graduate school for Occupational Therapy with an emphasis in pediatrics. Off campus I work at a paint-and-sip studio where I get to explore my creative outlets and work with people in the Burlington community. I love doing yoga, running, and working on my Easy shop where I create custom calligraphy canvases. I am looking forward to being a strong communicative liaison for Kappa Zeta and executing an efficient point system and increase member participation as well as working with the public relations chairmen, triangle corespondent, and webmaster! Maddie White

Mary Katherine Hilb

Panhellenic Delegate

I am a Junior from Richmond, Virginia majoring in Strategic Communications. Outside of Sigma Kappa, I work at Elon Volunteers as a coordinator for Allied Churches and hold a position on Elonthon’s Executive Board as the Director of Corporate Partnership. Prior to serving as Sigma Kappa’s Panhellenic Delegate, I was a recruitment counselor for the potential new members. I look forward to connecting the members of Kappa Zeta with the Panhellenic Community. I am thrilled to serve on as a leader for an organization that has given me so much.

Sydney DeCaro

Vice President of Philanthropic Services

I am a Junior from West Chester, Pennsylvania majoring in Psychology. Prior to serving as the Vice President of Philanthropic Services, I served as the social chair. On campus I work as a teaching assistant, previously for a biology lab and currently for a general topics in science class. I am looking forward to leading Kappa Zeta by overseeing and encouraging our philanthropic initiatives and continuing our chapter's presence in the fundraising and fight to end Alzheimer's.