As president of Sigma Kappa, my job is to work closely with all of our officers and committee heads to make sure they are getting the needed support throughout the year. I help preside over chapter meetings and our special events while acting as the main liaison relaying information between our chapter, Panhellenic Council, UCSD, and National Headquarters. I make sure we turn in our reports throughout the year to get the recognition for all of the amazing things we do!
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- Major: Cognitive Science
- Hometown: San Francisco, CA
Executive Vice President
My position includes being in charge of Risk Management, running Standards Council, and revising the Code of Conduct. All of this basically means that I am in charge of making sure that the chapter follows the rules, so that we are the best chapter we can be!
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- Major: Nanoengineering
- Hometown: Fresno, CA
Vice President of New Member Education
As VPNME, I act as a mentor to our newest members on their journey to becoming members of Sigma Kappa. I provide education on the history and values of the sorority as well as what it means to be a member of the UCSD Panhellenic Community. This involves open lines of communication, detailed planning, delegation, and a positive attitude!
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- Major: Human Development/Psychology
- Hometown: Patterson, CA
Vice President of Membership
As VPM, I plan and execute all aspects of formal recruitment. This includes leading workshops to educate the chapter on values-based recruitment, designing the rooms for each day of the event, and working alongside Sigma Kappa and Panhellenic advisors. We are so excited for Recruitment 2017!
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- Major: Joint Mathematics & Economics, Minor in Accounting
- Hometown: San Diego, CA
Vice President of Alumnae Relations
The Vice President of Alumnae Relations is responsible for developing and maintaining relationships between the chapter and our incredible alumnae. I plan and coordinate our annual alumnae events like the Tea Party and Founders Day brunch. Sigma Kappa is not just four years, it's for life!
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- Major: Developmental Psychology
- Hometown: El Segundo, CA
Vice President of Scholarship
As VPS, I encourage our chapter to continuously grow and improve as scholars by creating a positive atmosphere that promotes scholarship. My responsibilities include rewarding academic achievements as well as providing resources, opportunities, and guidance to help members achieve their academic goals.
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- Major: Human Biology
- Hometown: Rocklin, CA
Vice President of Communication
As Vice President of Communications, I manage the records of the chapter: attendance, meeting minutes, and updated membership lists. I also oversee the public relations committee head and the webmaster.
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- Major: Coming Soon!
- Hometown: Germantown, TN
Vice President of Philanthropic Service
I organize our largest philanthropic event, "Sigma Kappa's Best Dance Crew", in the winter quarter. Last year we raised over $14,000 benefiting Alzheimer's Research through the Sigma Kappa Foundation! I also coordinate our chapter's involvement our fellow Panhellenic and IFC activities as well as the annual Walk Against Alzheimer's.
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- Major: Coming soon!
- Hometown: La Jolla, CA
As Panhellenic Delegate, I relay information from the Panhellenic Council to Sigma Kappa and vice versa. I attend weekly meetings to receive an update on what is going on within our Greek community and to continually strengthen relations with chapters on campus. .
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- Major: International Business
- Hometown: Malvern, PA