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Chapter Officers

Katie Nawrocki

President

As Chapter President I oversee the overall operation of the Delta Omicron chapter. I preside over all meetings of the chapter and chapter council and communicate expectations of officers and individual members. I serve as a liaison to the Fraternity, the campus and the public. Most importantly, I serve as a role model to the chapter by representing the values of our chapter and the Fraternity to others on campus and in the community. Please feel free to reach out to me regarding any questions about Kappa at Iowa State.

Jenna King

Vice President of Standards

Vice President of Standards is responsible for the maintenance of Fraternity standards and policies. This includes educating the chapter about the role of the standards committee as well as addressing any violations of the Fraternity Bylaws, Standing Rules, and Policies for the best interest of the individual and the chapter. The Vice President of Standards promotes unity and sisterhood through planning sisterhood activities and various moral boosting activities throughout the year.

Bryn Myers

Vice President of Organization

As Vice President of Organization, my job is to oversee chapter organization by implementing the chapter strategic plan and coordinating committees. I plan leadership development and officer training, along with making arrangements for all fraternity visitors. VPO also plays a big role in the communication aspect of the chapter through submitting monthly calendars and sending out weekly updates containing all of the chapter functions.

Elizabeth Garzon

Vice President of Academic Excellence

As Vice President of Academic Excellence, I have the opportunity to help our members reach scholastic success and find their unique interests. My committee and I work with members on a one-on-one basis as well as create engaging programs for the chapter as a whole. Our overarching goal is for every Kappa to lean further into their individual interests with total engagement and compassion. I feel honored to be a part of a community of women who are so committed to their education and look forward to the continual success of "Kappademics."

Lauren Garay

Recording Secretary

Recording Secretary is responsible for keeping track of each member’s attendance to events and meetings and keeping them accountable. I also send a progress report of our chapter to Headquarters every month, take minutes at chapter meetings, and serve as parliamentarian.

Corresponding Cora

Corresponding Secretary

As Corresponding Secretary I am in charge of staying in good relations with the other chapters on Iowa State's campus. An example of this is wishing the other chapters good luck during finals week. Other duties of the Corresponding Secretary include sending treat boxes to our members who study abroad and ordering the new member pins, chains, and dangles for the officers on chapter council!

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Camille Stranik

Registrar

As chapter Registrar, it is my job to keep accurate records of all the members in our chapter. Aside from that, I also serve as the chapter historian to keep records of what happens throughout the year here at Delta Omicron. Every year it is the registrar’s job to write up a report on all the high’s and low’s of the chapter, as well as any campus trends that go on at Iowa State.

Hannah Barclay

Finance

As Treasurer, I work with the other officers to create and maintain a budget for our chapter. I am also in charge of our prepaid card, sending out bills, and organizing payment plans.

Lily Gray

Marshal

As Marshal, I am in charge of teaching all of Kappa's rituals to Delta Omicron. I keep my chapter updated on ritual by conducting ritual reviews. In addition, I am also in charge of planning and leading initiation at Delta Omicron twice a year!

Julia Diehl

Education

As Education Chair, I am in charge of planning educational programs for the chapter, typically one program each month. In the past we have had programs such as the Academic Success Center talking about study tips and a wildlife care clinic bring in live animals. I am also in charge of senior programming which involves organizing educational programs for our senior members, planning a sisterhood for them, and facilitating their transition into alumnae members.

Kendall Hays

House

As House Manager I am responsible for assuring all members follow the Delta Omicron house rules and policies. I am also in charge of rooming assignments and parking assignments every semester. Mostly I am here for women to come to when they have a question about our house and to make them feel at home!

Madison Dykstra

New Member Educator

My goal as Delta Omicron's New Member Educator is to make each woman who joins our chapter fall in love with Kappa as much as I have. I hold weekly meetings with the New Members in order to familiarize our women with the chapter's values, history, and the role of each Chapter Officer. Essentially, I'm here to make each woman's transition into Kappa Kappa Gamma and Iowa State University as smooth as possible! I also have the opportunity to plan Bid Day, Fall Sisterhood, Big Little Reveal, and the New Member Retreat. Overall, I strive to be a positive influence to our New Members as well as their "go to girl" for anything they may need. I can't wait to meet the new pledge class of 2016!

Katelyn Chambers

Membership

As Membership Chair for the Delta Omicron chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma I am responsible for the chapter’s recruitment efforts, including Primary Recruitment in August, Recruitment throughout the academic year, Greek Visit Day in the spring, University sorority house tours, and transfer affiliation throughout the year!

Macy Scheideman

Collegiate Panhellenic Council (CPC) Delegate

As CPC Delegate for Kappa Kappa Gamma I act as the intermediate between the Collegiate Panhellenic Council and our chapter. My role is to communicate happenings in the Greek Community with our chapter and to motivate members to get involved in Greek and Academic activities. This is a way of promoting Panhellenic behavior, something every sorority woman should take pride in.

Katelyn McEachron

Philanthropy

As Philanthropy Chair, I have the honor of planning an executing Delta Omicron's three awesome philanthropic events. It is also my responsibility to educate members on the importance of philanthropy and community service. Check out the philanthropy tab to see more information about our events! I'm majoring in elementary education here at Iowa State. I enjoy working out, traveling, and staying busy, but also love an afternoon of binge watching Grey's Anatomy. I'm a lover of country music, enchiladas, the Chicago Cubs, and golden retrievers.

Hannah Lutz

Public Relations

As the Public Relations Chair, I am responsible for communicating with the public and promoting all the great things our chapter does. I manage the chapter's social media pages, including this website, and monitor all the member's pages to make sure they are portraying themselves and Kappa positively. I also handle all alumna events and communications. I'm a sophomore from Minnesota studying Advertising and Psychology. I plan to combine the two and work in research coordination! My favorite part about being a Kappa is getting to know other in the Greek community through Homecoming and Greek Week. Outside of Kappa, I love to travel across the globe, watch tons of movies, and try out new recipes I find on Facebook.

Riley Corcoran

Risk Management

It is my responsibility to make sure all chapter formals, socials, and philanthropy events function with minimal risk to the chapter. I focus on the health and well-being of our members to make sure they feel at home in our chapter. My favorite part about being the Risk Management Chairmen is that I get to work with women who inspire me everyday and make me feel great.

Taylor Vander Leest

Events

As Events Coordinator, I am in charge of organizing all of Kappa's events which include socials with other chapters and formals!

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