Sigma Kappa

Chapter Officers

Chapter Officers

Amanda Girello

President

Amanda is honored to have been elected as Zeta Phi's President for the upcoming year. She is excited to serve on Executive Council for a second year. She is a junior studying Psychology and minoring in Education. She dreams of becoming an elementary special education teacher in the future. In her free time, you can find Amanda watching Netflix or hanging out with her sisters in the living room of the Villa!

Victoria Klein

Executive Vice President

Victoria is so excited to be serving a second term on the Executive Council, as Executive Vice President! She is currently a junior, majoring in Chemistry with a concentration in Business/Law. In her free time, she enjoys catching up on Grey's, traveling, and spending time with her friends! She is so excited for another great year and can't wait for all the great memories to come!

Kaitlyn O'Neill

Vice President of Programming

Hi I'm Kaitlyn! I’m a Junior, majoring in Communications/PR with a double minor in DCIM and Education. I am currently interning in the press department at TV Land (Viacom Network). I love my dog, coffee, country music, and baking. This will be my first year on exec and I am super excited for 2018!

Noelle Zafra

Vice President of New Member Education

Noelle is a Junior from Toms River planning to major in PR and minor in a Poli Sci. She likes Wawa, her boyfriend’s dog Peanut, and hiking! She’s really excited to meet and hang out with all of the new members in the Spring!

Fallon Shea Secaur

Vice President of Membership

Hey y'all! My name is Fallon Shea Secaur and I am the Vice President of Membership! I am a transfer into the Zeta Phi Chapter from the University of Florida! I am an Exercise Science Major with hopes to recieve a master degree in education and become a H.S. Biology Teacher! In my free time you will find me at Fritz's or Chipotle scrolling down puppies of instagram and quoting The Office! I look forward to meeting all potential new members and chatting up Sig Kap!

Kalyn Carpio

Vice President of Alumnae Relations

Hi there! My name’s Kalyn and I’m a sophomore majoring in Exercise Science. In my free time I love to hang out with friends, go shopping and visit the city/beach/etc. I’m looking forward to an amazing year with my sisters and the rest of the Executive Council!

Grace Zetkulic

Vice President of Finance

Hi! My name is Grace Zetkulic, and I am a junior Supply Chain major at Rutgers Business School. I am thrilled to serve on the Executive Council and expand my involvement in Sigma Kappa. This position has helped me enhance various business skills such as budgeting, preparing financial ledgers, etc. Outside of the business world, you can find me at the beach or spending time with my dog!

Laura McKinley

Vice President of Scholarship

Hi my name is Laura McKinley and I am a junior studying mechanical engineering! I love food, traveling, and spending time with my friends. I am so excited to be this year’s Vice President of Scholarship and for having the opportunity to make a difference in Sigma Kappa.

Ashley Morris

Vice President of Philanthropic Service

I am unbelievably excited to serve as the Vice President of Philanthropic Services for Sigma Kappa. Community service and charity work has been consistent aspects of my life, which is why I was so excited to be elected for this position. I am originally from South Jersey, but my home is truly at Rutgers beside my sisters. I am a double major in Human Resource Management and Sociology with a minor in Labor Studies. In my free time I am probably listening to Beyonce or snacking on a pack of Oreos.

Ayesha Misra

Vice President of Communication

Hi, I'm Ayesha! I’m a senior double majoring in economics and health administration. I enjoy being on exec because it gives me the opportunity to make decisions that can help improve our sorority and the Greek community as a whole!

Amanda Castelli

Panhellenic Delegate

Junior, majoring in Communications and Psychology. Used to be PR Chair, now I am so excited to serve as SK's panhellenic delegate for 2018. Joined SK as a freshman in Spring 2016. Going Greek changed my whole college experience for the better. Finding a home in SK brought me to my closest friends and gave me some of my best memories.