Sigma Kappa

Chapter Officers

Chapter Officers

Zoe Thuesmunn


Zoe Thuesmunn is our President and is responsible for holding chapter meetings, attending Panhellenic meetings, meeting with advisors and housing corporation board, and communicating with national officers. She enjoys this role because it allows her to practice her leadership skills, form strong relationships with the collegiate and alumna women of her chapter and with the greater Panhellenic organization, and allows her to use her organizational skills to work on improving the lives of all of the women in her chapter. She is a biochemistry major intending on going into immunology research and minoring in diversity. She spends her time working at the Nghiem cancer research lab in SLU and her free time skiing or hiking around the beautiful PNW. She is extremely grateful for the unending support and love she receives from the women in her chapter and looks forward to using her presidency as a way to give back to these amazing women.

Jane Green

Executive Vice President

Nikki Ducich

Vice President of Programming

Hannah Thoreson

Vice President of New Member Education

Hannah Thoreson is our Vice President of New Member Education making her responsible for leading weekly meetings to help welcome and teach the newest members of Sigma Kappa. She is a sophomore from Federal Way studying Political Science and Economics. Hannah is eagerly awaiting the arrival of our new members to the Kastle. She hopes to make every single new member feel just as at-home here as she does. She is looking forward to informing members about the history and values of Sigma Kappa as well as the leadership and career opportunities it provides. Her favorite part of the New Member Ed program is helping women gain a home away from home where they’ll make strong, long-lasting friendships.

Tenley Weil

Vice President of Membership

Tenley Weil is our Vice President of Membership and is responsible for recruiting new members of Sigma Kappa. She’s excited to welcome New Members to the Greek Community and help them find their home in Sigma Kappa. Tenley is a junior at University of Washington, studying neurobiology and evolutionary biology.

Riesa Sumida

Vice President of Communications

Riesa Sumida is our Vice President of Communication and she is looking to major in English and Education. She is responsible for all chapter correspondence as well as taking minutes at meetings. She enjoys this position because she is able to keep everyone up to date with what is going on in the chapter and also to communicate with Sigma Kappas around the country. In her free time she enjoys knitting, crocheting, watching Netflix, and eating yummy food.

Vivian Chin

Vice President of Finance

Vivian Chin is our Vice President of Finance. She is responsible for managing the chapters finances. She enjoys this position because she gains hands on financial experience and helps make decisions on how to allocate funds. Vivian is studying Accounting and Finance. She loves being involved on campus and is in Alpha Kappa Psi, a business fraternity, is a First-year Interest Group leader, and is a Green Greek Representative. In her free time she enjoys going on adventures, whether that's exploring the San Juan islands or finding a new view point in Seattle.

Allegra Bozorth

Vice President of Alumni Relations

Allegra Bozorth is our Vice President of Alumnae Relations. Her duties as VPAR include working with the Seattle Area Alumnae Chapter to plan activities and mentorship programs that help connect and grow the relationships between active and alumnae members. Allegra is a junior studying Linguistics, Russian and Chinese and after graduating she plans on traveling and becoming a language instructor and interpreter.

Jennifer Lo

Vice President of Scholarship

Jennifer is our Vice President of Scholarship. She is an accounting major. She is passionate about motivating and helping members plan their academic goals, as well as how to achieve that success. In her free time, Jennifer enjoys blogging, dancing ballet, and frequenting Seattle's coffee shops.

Kennedy Hagen

Panhellenic Delegate

Kennedy Hagen serves as Panhellenic Delegate. She is majoring in Biology and working towards a minor in English, with the intent to pursue medical school after graduation. Being Panhellenic Delegate gives her a chance to shape inclusive Panhellenic policies and to be an advocate for the needs of Sigma Kappa members in the wider Panhellenic community.

Keller Spitts

Vice President of Philanthropic Service

Keller Spitts is our Vice President of Philanthropic Services. She is an IVA and Communications major and is also pursuing a minor in Spanish.