Sigma Kappa

Chapter Officers

Chapter Officers

Kayley Schiffler


Kayley is Sigma Kappa's current Chapter President. She is in charge of overseeing all of the Executive Council, and ensuring that each position meets her yearly goals! Kayley is a Retail and Marketing Major, and hopes to one day become a buyer for a company she is passionate about. Kayley’s favorite part about being a member of Sigma Kappa? “The friendships I’ve made with the girls I’ve met here make this place feel like a home away from home, and most importantly meeting my cute little during recruitment!"

Hannah Ludwig

Vice President of Programming

Rachael Vargas

Vice President of Membership

Rachael is our current Vice President of Membership therefore she is in charge of all aspects of recruitment! Rachael is a current journalism major and E-society and communications minor, hoping to pursue a career in PR or work for a magazine! She is originally from Portland, Oregon, but her family is from Hawaii! Be sure to look out for her at the door during recruitment because she's ready to meet so many new girls and hopes that they love Sigma Kappa just as much as she does! Rachael's favorite thing about Sigma Kappa is "the friends that I have made and how holding a position has helped teach me a lot about myself!!" Ask her about anything related to the Kardashians, food, or Drake.

Alexa Williams

Vice President of Alumnae Relations

Alexa Williams is our Vice President of Alumnae Relations! As VPAR, Alexa communicates with chapter alumnae to coordinate and plan events, like Founder’s Day! She also writes newsletters for parents and alumnae, keeping them up to date on everything Zeta Omicron! Alexa is a Sophomore at the University of Arizona and is majoring in Psychology. She’s passionate about the simple things in life: good friends, good music, and good chips and queso. When she’s not at the Sigma Kappa house, she calls Scottsdale, Arizona home. Alexa’s favorite part of Sigma Kappa is “Finding friends that I can call sisters and making amazing memories that I’ll never forget!”

Morgan Schmitz

Vice President of Philanthropic Services

Morgan is Sigma Kappa’s Vice President of Philanthropic Services. She plans all our philanthropy and community service events. For the year of 2017, Morgan wants to raise more than 10,000 dollars for the Alzheimer’s Association along with organizing more volunteer opportunities around campus and Tucson! Morgan plans to major in Business Management with an emphasis in Sports Management, in hopes to become an integral aspect of a professional or colligate sports team. Morgan’s favorite part about being Sigma Kappa is “Finding friends that become family, and having a home away from (my Wisconsin) home!”

Rowen Stokes

Vice President of Communication

Rowen is our current Vice President for Sigma Kappa. She is in charge of communicating with our National Headquarters and updating the roster of our chapter’s members. She plans on attending Medical School after graduating U of A with a bachelors degree in Physiology. Some of her favorite things include swimming, spending late nights in the library, and hanging out with friends at the Sigma Kappa mansion. “My favorite thing about Sigma Kappa is the endless opportunities I am given to better myself and help better my chapter as a whole.

Kaylah Delaney

Vice President of New Member Education

Kaylah is Sigma Kappa's Vice President of New Member Education. As the VPNME, her job is to help our new members adjust to being apart of sorority and college life. She teaches them all about Sigma Kappa's history, traditions, founders, and values. Kaylah is from Chandler, Arizona and is studying Public Health. Kaylah's favorite thing about Sigma Kappa is that "I've gained nearly 300 sisters who are endlessly loving, supportive, and who have become family

Emma Ayad

Panhellenic Delegate

This is Emma our current Panhellenic Delegate for Sigma Kappa. She is in charge of planning fun events with other sororities on campus to bring together the greek community! She also represents Sigma Kappa as a whole in the Panhellenic Community. She is currently a Journalism major and hopes to attend law school after graduating from UA. Emma’s favorite thing about Sigma Kappa is, “Having a place that’s a home away from home, filled with awesome girls that contribute to the best college experience I could ever ask for!”