Sigma Kappa

Chapter Officers

Chapter Officers

Jill Prince


Hey y’all! My name is Jill Prince and I’m from Lima, Ohio. I’m a sophomore middle childhood education major. I currently serve as chapter president for Epsilon Eta! I oversee day to day activities in the chapter, run meetings, and am the liaison between our chapter and Sigma Kappa National Headquarters. My hobbies include long boarding, hammocking, and being a reading buddy to kindergarteners at a local elementary school! Beside Sigma Kappa, I am a resident assistant, Student Government Association sophomore class president, assistant director of our Dance Marathon committee, a member of our Ohio Student Education Association and a member of Greek Council. My favorite thing about Sigma Kappa is all of the leadership opportunities and meaningful relationships that I have been blessed with through our sisterhood!

Meg Harper

Vice President of Standards and Values

Hi everyone! My name is Meg Harper and I’m the chapter’s Vice President of Standards and Values! I’m a sophomore animal science/pre-veterinary medicine major from Cortland, Ohio. As the VPSV, I am in charge of the chapter’s accountability and Standards Council. I love to read and binge Netflix, travel, hang out with friends and family, and nap with my dogs, Hoover and Kirby. Apart from Sigma Kappa, I am a Resident Assistant, I’m a member of the Wind and Jazz Ensembles, and I’m a member of Student Activities Board, Pre-Vet Club, and Save the Bees Club. My favorite thing about Sigma Kappa is learning better time-management and organization skills, as well as watching my little and friends grow as they shape themselves around our values.

Calista Lewis

Vice President of Programming

Hi Everyone! My name is Calista Lewis and I am the Vice President of Programming for the Epsilon Eta chapter! I currently live in Rocky River, Ohio, which is on the west side of Cleveland. I am a Physical Therapy and Strength & Conditioning major and I absolutely love it! I will be continuing my education in Findlay for the next four years to complete my Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. Outside of academia, I am the Vice President of Programming in Sigma Kappa and I could not ask for a better position to hold! I am in charge of the chapter calendar, creating and overseeing all committees, making sure that all chapter officers are doing what they need to do to achieve SOE, facilitating informal chapter meetings, and of course, planning super fun and educational programs. Besides Sigma Kappa, I work in the Office of Academic Affairs, I am the Vice President of Physical Therapy Organization, I am the Campus Promotions Coordinator and Morale Captain for Miracle Network Dance Marathon, I am a member of Campus Ministry, I am in the process of creating my own campus club/organization, and I volunteer at 50 North Senior Citizen Center. I am extremely passionate about all my on and off campus involvement! I also like to read, workout, watch movies, ski, dance, travel, shop, etc.. Also, I love to hang out with my friends, that is my absolute favorite thing in the world! Speaking of friends, one of my favorite things about Sigma Kappa is that it brought me two of my absolutely favorite people, my big and my little! Sigma Kappa has given so many opportunities, friends I will have for life, and a supportive Greek community and I could not be more thankful!

Lyndsey Howell

Vice President of Membership & Continuous Open Bidding Chairman

Hi my name is Lyndsey Howell and I am from Shadyside Ohio, which is a small town around Wheeling West Virginia. I am majoring in Early Childhood Education. My position in Sigma Kappa is the Vice President of Membership! My position involves planning and running recruitment and recruiting new members. Some of my favorite things are being around friends, traveling, and naps. Along with Sigma Kappa I am involved KDP, UFOSEA, and Dance Marathon. One of my favorite things about Sigma Kappa is participating in Dance Marathon. I love this day with my sisters because we get to come together and have fun for a good cause.

Casey Knapik

Vice President of New Member Education

Hi, my name is Casey Knapik. I am from Toledo, Ohio. I am a Pre-Physical Therapy major with a minor in Psychology at The University of Findlay. I have been elected into the position of VPNME. This acronym stands for Vice President of New Member Education. It is my duty to teach the new members all things Sigma Kappa. Some of these things include informing them on the history of our sorority’s founders, give them a sneak peak on ritual traditions and help them prepare for the process of initiation. Some of my favorite things to do outside of school work would be exercising, hanging out with friends and family and eating food! You can never go wrong with some good food! On campus, I am involved in Physical Therapy Organization (PTO), Habitat for Humanity, Stride and Revive. Sigma Kappa has given me the opportunity to strengthen my leadership skills and develop lifelong friends throughout of sisterhood. My favorite motto is “it is not for four years, it is for life”.

Mackenna Eldredge

Vice President of Alumnae Relations

I am currently a Junior studying Pre-Vet/Animal Science and I am originally from Frankfort, Indiana. I am working two jobs; I am a server at Gillig Winery and I also am a Student Ambassador for Admissions! I also serve as an Orientation Leader for the incoming Freshman in the fall. This past December I traveled to the Dominican Republic with Oilers Serving Abroad where I participated in service projects for nine days. I traveled to Chiang Mai, Thailand with Loop Abroad this past summer as well where I worked with elephants and small animals. Finally, I am a member of the Women's Rugby Team here at UF!

Kinsey Stephens

Vice President of Academic Excellence & Green Chairman

Hometown: Marion, Ohio Major: Animal science/ pre-veterinary medicine I currently hold the Green Chair Position. I plan events since as recycling clean up days, planting days and other fun, early friendly events! My hobbies include being a UF Cheerleader, hanging out with friends, On campus I am a UF Cheerleader, I also am a member of the Pre-vet club, and sigma kappa My favorite thing about sigma kappa is all the close friendships it has brought me ☺️

Bradyn Craft

Vice President of Communication and Operations

Bailey Rader

Vice President of Philanthropic Services

Hey everyone! My name is Bailey Rader and I’m a sophomore Psychology/Occupational Therapy major from McComb, Ohio! I am the Vice President of Philanthropic Service, so I’m in charge of our five philanthropies! This means that I plan all of our service and philanthropic events! Outside of Sigma Kappa, I serve as Vice President of Internal Relations on Panhellenic Council, a member of STRIDE Club, Campus Ministry Program, Colleges Against Cancer, and Psy-Key Club. I also like to keep busy with working at Shirley’s Gourmet Popcorn, Scrambler’s Breakfast Restaurant, and the Office of Accomodation and Inclusion on campus. When I’m not busy with school, clubs, or work, I enjoy sleeping and hanging out with my friends! One of my favorite things about Sigma Kappa is all of the leadership opportunities that it has offered me!

Morgan Waker

Panhellenic Delegate & House Manager

Hi everyone! My name is Morgan Waker and I am a sophomore Pre-Vet major from Dayton, Ohio. In Sigma Kappa I serve as the Panhellenic Delegate as well as the House Manager. In my delegate position, I am basically the central communicator between Sigma Kappa and the other Greek chapters on campus, making sure everyone is aware of whats going on. I also work with the other chapter delegates to plan fun social events so we can further establish our relationships with all the members of Greek life. As the house manager I am in charge of making sure everything runs smoothly. This consists of putting in maintenance requests, keeping the house clean and organized, making sure everyone who lives in the house gets along, and assigning people to live in the house the proceeding year. In my free time I enjoy having fun with friends either outside enjoying the nice weather or inside watching movies and eating popcorn. And you guessed it, I also LOVE animals and nine times out of ten you will see me more with animals than my own family. Besides Sigma Kappa, I am an active member of Pre-Vet Club, Habitat for Humanity and frequently volunteer at various sites around the Findlay area. One of my favorite things about Sigma Kappa is all the leadership opportunities and the friendships I have made along the way. Joining Sigma Kappa was by far one of the best decisions I have made so far in my life.

Shelby Baker

Social Chairman

My hometown is Zanesville, OH I am a double major, studying Animal Science/Pre-Vet and Business I am the Social Chairman for UFs Sigma kappa. I am responsible for developing and implementing fun social events for our chapter, as well as working with other chapter’s social chairman to create Greek events. I am involved in a few clubs on campus. I’m a member of Pre-Vet Club, CFFA, and part of Cattle Show Team. One favorite thing I love about Sigma Kappa  is all of the support and love I receive from my sisters. Sigma Kappa helps me grow, and has changed me to the women I am today.

Cheyenne Potteiger

Public Relations Chairman

I’m Cheyenne Potteiger, from Van Buren, Ohio, just about ten minutes down Main Street. I’m a Physical Therapy major and am also minoring in psychology. In my free time, you can find me outdoors! I love hiking, biking, riding horses, etc,. Outside of class, I am on the Denise Tebbe Memorial Scholarship committee, and a 4-H advisor in Hancock County. My favorite thing about Sigma Kappa is all the opportunities available for leadership, friendship, and service hours.

Mackenzie Smith

Webmaster & Historian

Hello! My name is Mackenzie Smith and I am from Zanesville, Ohio. I am a Freshman majoring in Physical Therapy and minoring in Psychology here at the University of Findlay! With my role as Webmaster, I get to manage all social media sites, make special edits to this very website, and really just represent the Sigma Kappa brand and my amazing sisters! My current hobbies include lots of binge watching Netflix (always accepting recommendations. hit my email up), hanging out with close friends, drinking lots of coffee and working at Tropical Smoothie Cafe. One of my favorite things about Sigma Kappa has definitely been my big. She has been such a positive influence on me in my short time here and it's all thanks to Sigma Kappa! My favorite philanthropy is definitely the Alzheimers Association. After my grandma passed with it, it has always been something very close to my heart and with Sigma Kappa playing such a huge role in the Alzheimers Association, I knew this was the sorority for me.

Brooklyn Iiames

Ritual Chairman

Hometown: Lima, OH Major: Nursing My position: I'm ritual chairman, which basically means I'm responsible for overseeing any ritual events and teaching our members about Sigma Kappa ritual and the history of our sorority. Hobbies: I love playing music, singing, eating, drinking coffee and exercising Campus Involvements: I'm a singer for Revive (UF Campus Ministry) and band. Favorite thing about Sig Kap: The friendships and bonds I have developed through my membership.

Shelby Jackson

Sisterhood Chairman

Lima, Ohio Pharmacy Major I am the sisterhood chairman. I will try to host fun events for our sister so we can grow closer to each other! I enjoy working out and hanging out with my friends. I am in the pharmacy mentorship program and I am in the ASL club. I love all of the opportunities that Sigma Kappa offers both professionally and socially.

Alianna Benitez

RespΣΚt Chairman

Hey y’all! My name is Alianna Benitez! I’m from Blacklick, Ohio and currently a sophomore here at UF majoring in PreVet! (I LOVE COWS

Julia Hutchins

Triangle Correspondant

Hi, my name is Julia Hutchins and I am from Lima, Ohio. I am a freshman, majoring in Pre-Physical Therapy with a minor in Psychology at the University of Findlay. I am very excited to take on the position as triangle correspondent. As a new member to the sorority, writing about all of the amazing social events and philanthropy service projects my sisters put on and attend will be a very rewarding experience to share with everyone. I am looking forward to showing off our Epsilon Eta chapter! My favorite things to do outside of academics are to hang out with friends, visit my family and watch movies. On campus, I am involved in Physical Therapy Organization, STRIDE, American Sign Language Club, and Revive. Throughout the short time that I have been in Sigma Kappa, it has had a huge impact on my life. I have met many of my best friends that I can now call my sisters and it has given me the opportunity to become more involved on campus and in the community. I cannot wait to give this my all!