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Chapter Officers

Chapter Officers

Sabrina Ruch


Sabrina is a junior from Cornelius, NC, majoring in political science and minoring in social and economic justice and women and gender studies. As president, she does a lot of behind the scenes work, such as communicating with Kappa HQ and the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life here at Carolina. Last year, Sabrina was our New Member Chariman, but she is excited to serve as president so she can “get to know the ins and outs of the chapter and the incredible members that are a part of it.” Outside of Kappa, Sabrina is a member of Carolina for the Kids and Phi Alpha Delta, the pre-law fraternity on campus. She also created her own podcast, “Taking the Elle Woods Approach.” After UNC, she hopes to become a Supreme Court justice. With her drive and incredible leadership, we are sure she’ll eventually achieve that goal.

Katherine Collamore

Vice President - Standards

Katherine is a sophomore from Chevy Chase, MD, double majoring in Psychology and Exercise and Sport Science and minoring in Health and Society. As the Vice President Standards, she heads the Standards Committee for our chapter, and also plans our sisterhood events. She is excited to serve as VPS so she can offer support to all our members. “SInce the first time I stepped foot on the front porch during recruitment, I felt welcomed and loved at Kappa,” she said. “I hope that I can be a welcoming face to a sister who is also looking for their home away from home.” Last year Katherine was the Literacy Assistant to support our national philanthropy Reading is Fundamental. Outside of Kappa, Katherine is involved in research, and works in a clinical psychology lab and an osteoarthritis lab. She is also involved in Mental Health Ambassadors, several intramural sports teams and the Newman Center.

Wendy Yu

Vice President - Organization

Wendy is a junior Exercise and Sport Science major and Chemistry minor from Cary, NC. As Vice President of Organization, she works to keep our Chapter up and running by maintaining our calendar and keeping all of our files up to date. Outside of Kappa, she is working with APPLES to create a student doula training program to help support underserved women in the Chapel Hill community. She also volunteers at UNC Hospitals as a student research assistant in Get Real & Heel, and is a member of the figure skating club. A surprising fact about Wendy is that she is bilingual, and can speak Mandarin Chinese after she lived in Beijing for three years.

Zoey Howe

Vice President of Academic Excellence

Zoey is a junior Political Science and Russian Literature and Language major from Asheboro, NC. As Vice President of Academic Excellence, she monitors our Chapter’s academic program and supports our members in all of their academic ventures. Outside of Kappa, she is involved in Presbyterian Campus Ministry at UNC, volunteers to teach high school students through Splash UNC, and works as an Office Assistant in the Office of University Counsel. Zoey knew Kappa was the place for her during Philanthropy Round of recruitment because she has always been passionate about education and educational policy, and our national philanthropy, Reading is Fundamental, helped her know that the women in Kappa shared their passion.

Grace Elliott


Grace is a sophomore double majoring in Environmental Studies and Public Policy from Charlotte, NC. As Secretary, she is in charge of attendance at Kappa events, coordinating our compositie photos, and sending out weekly emails to let everyone know what is going on in our chapter. Outside of Kappa, she’s on the Renewable Energy Special Projects Committee. Her favorite Kappa memory occurred this past fall, when she joined her sister here at Kappa. “My sister cried on bid day, and it made me realize I had made a decision that would bind us even closer for the rest of our lives.”

Madison Williamson


Madison is a sophomore from Richmond, VA, double majoring in Biochemistry and Biology and minoring in Business Administration. As our Treasurer, she informs members on their financial responsibilities and manages our Chapter budget. Outside of Kappa, Madison is very involved on campus: she is the treasurer of NC-HCAP’s Health Careers Club, a member of UNC’s Women’s Club Volleyball, volunteers at the Burn Center at UNC Hospitals, and works at the VCU Massey Cancer Center during the summer.

Krissy Thompson


Krissy is a junior from Raleigh, NC, studying Anthropology, Chemistry and Spanish for the Medical Professions. As marshal, she is responsible for teaching all of our members Kappa history and traditions. Krissy is very involved outside of Kappa on campus - she volunteers at UNC Hospitals, serves as a Faith Formation Coordinator at Lutheran Campus Ministry, plays Intra-mural sports, is a UNCSOM Standardized Patient, and is involved in Happy Kids Healthy Kids. Krissy is also a legacy. “Being a legacy of KKG has shown me that Kappa is not just a club you are a member of in college, it’s a lifelong connection to incredible women - whether they be your own friends or your mother’s.”

Madison Weller

Event Chairman

Madison is a pre-nursing major from Charlotte, NC. As our Event Chairman, she plans all our social events. She loves that she gets to be creative when it comes to planning, picking fun themes, and help give amazing memories to our Chapter. Outside of Kappa, she is on the UNC All-Girl club cheerleading team. She also volunteers at UNC Hospitals, helping the nurses on the floor in any way she can. Her favorite event is formal, because she loves to get dressed up and celebrate at the Carolina Inn. After graduation, her dream is to be a nurse practitioner or a nurse anesthetist.

Courtney Pring

Risk Management Chairman

Courtney is a sophomore psychology major and biology minor from Raleigh, NC. As Risk Management Chairman, she ensures that all Kappa events are both safe and fun for our members. Last year, she also represented her member class on the Standards committee. Outside of Kappa, she works as a gymnastics coach over the summer. Both her mother and older sister Kelly are also Kappas!

Kaylan Privette

House Chairman

Kaylan is a sophomore from Rocky Mount, NC, double majoring in Political Science and Public Policy and minoring in conflict management. As House Chairman, she makes sure that the house is a safe, welcoming and fun environment for all members, working closely with our House Director, House Board, and every member who lives in the house. Outside of Kappa, Kaylan is heavily involved in government and politics and works for the UNC School of Education. Kaylan’s favorite part of our house is the history; “it means that every woman who was a Kappa at UNC has walked through our doors!”

Kayla Baresich

Membership Chairman

Kayla is a junior from Marvin, NC, majoring in Psychology and minoring in Neuroscience and Women and Gender Studies. As Membership Chairman, she leads our recruitment efforts to bring home women who share our values. “I Iove that my position allows me to get to know so many amazing women; some who will go on to join Kappa and some who will join any of the other amazing Panhellenic chapters at UNC,” Kayla said. “It’s an amazing honor to lead my chapter in how we can best show off our sisterhood to recruit women who will be best friends for life.” Kayla also serves as a Delta Advocate, providing peer education, campus outreach and survivor support to help prevent sexual and interpersonal violence on UNC’s campus,. Outside of Kappa, you can probably find Kayla training for her next marathon, talking on the Crisis Text Line, or working as an intern at the Stress, Health, and Reproductive Research Program.

Michaela Bullard

Recruitment Chairman

Michaela is a junior from Kernersville, NC, majoring in Exercise and Sport Science and minoring in Music. As our Recruitment Chairman, she assists our Membership Chairman, Kayla. Last year, she was our Event Chair. Outside of Kappa, she is the Cosmetic Coordinator of A Moment of Magic, is the Social Media Coordinator of the Carolina Pre-Medical Association, and volunteers in the Pediatric unit at UNC Hospitals. She loves going to the gym, watching Netflix, and shopping. The best advice she has for PNMs is to “not be afraid to talk about what you want to talk about! Don’t be hesitant to get to know the women you talk to and ask them questions.”

Anne Hope Cooper

New Member Chairman

Anne Hope is a sophomore biomedical engineering major from Raleigh, NC, and is our New Member Chairman. As the New Member Chairman, she makes sure that all our new members feel welcome in our chapter, educates them about Kappa values, and serves as a general resource for them as they adjust to college and sorority life. She also plans our bid day, and can’t wait to plan our fall bid day this year! Outside of Kappa, Anne Hope volunteers at UNC Hospitals with CPALS, works on the Student Alumni Association Board of Directors, and loves running.

Kayla Haeussler

Panhellenic Delegate

Kayla is a sophomore from Raleigh, NC, double majoring in Statistics/Analytics and Global Studies and minoring in Chinese. As Panhellenic Delegate Kayla attends Panhellenic council meetings with representatives from other sororities, and speaks on behalf of Kappa, working to strengthen our relationships with other Greek organizations. She was voted “Class Clown” in high school, so you can always depend on her to make you laugh at the house.

Maggie Brenan

Philanthropy Chairman

Maggie is a junior from Alpharetta, GA, majoring in Advertising/Public Relations and minoring in Social and Economic Justice. As Philanthropy Chairman, she plans all our philanthropy events, and encourages participation in any and all kinds of philanthropic endeavors among our members. She loves that her position allows her to aid our members to make a real difference in our community here at Carolina. Maggie’s favorite philanthropy event we hold is It’s on Us, “because it addresses a huge issue on our campus and allows us to engage in important discussion together as a chapter and alongside others in the Greek community.” Outside of Kappa, Maggie is a Campus Ambassador for the Gift of Life Marrow Registry and a Social Media Intern for the UNC Undergraduate Admissions Office.