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Madalyn Dischner


Our president, Maddie is a junior from San Diego, CA. She is double majoring in elementary and special education! “I am so thrilled to serve this chapter as President this year. Kappa Omega has given me nothing but love, support, and opportunity and I am happy to be able to pour those things back in through this position. It’s going to be a great year ladies!”

Caroline McClain


Hi I am Caroline! I am from Nashville, TN and I am pursuing a degree Psychology with Social Work Minor. "I feel so honored to be serving our chapter this year and I am looking forward to working with the other incredible 11 women on Exec. I am so excited to be coordinating our Programs Council this year because each of the members of PC brings something so special to our chapter and I love getting to highlight and support each of them."

Gabriela Arnesen


Gabi is sophomore biomedical engineering major with a mechanical engineering minor. She from Oak Park, IL (a western suburb outside Chicago). A fun fact about Gabi is that her dad is from Norway, so she is a first generation and a dual citizen! "I am so incredibly honored to serve alongside the amazing leaders in our chapter and guide our new members into the sisterhood we all know and love”

Kayleigh Isom


Kayleigh is an elementary education major from Decatur, IL. "I am excited to be VPIII so that I can bring in amazing new sisters into a chapter that I love!"

Caroline Wall


Caroline Wall is a junior from Cincinnati, OH majoring in Psychology and minoring in Music and Creative Writing. A fun fact about her is that she has donated her hair 4 times in 6 years, totaling 3 feet of hair! Wow!! "I’m beyond excited to be serving on EC this year as the first ever (ahh!!!) VPIV because not only do I get the chance to represent my sisters, but I get to represent my mom and my aunt who are both breast cancer survivors!! I am so honored to have been selected for this position that allows me to show my love for Zeta and my love for the important women in my life through philanthropic work!"

Alena Johnston


Alena is a sophomore STL local who is majoring in political science!

Hailey Martin


Hailey is from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She is a junior Physical Therapy major with a minor in education. Last semester she got the amazing opportunity to study abroad in Madrid, Spain; however, she is excited to be back with Kappa Omega this semester! "I am incredibly honored to serve my chapter as Historian! I cannot wait to highlight all the amazing things my sisters do this next year!"

Abby Sullivan

Academic Achievement Chairman

Abby is a sophomore Physical Therapy major with a minor in Psychology, from New Lenox, IL. But she recently moved to Chicago which is exciting! “I am extremely excited to work with these amazing ladies on EC and to be able to learn from them as we all grow as leaders!! I look forward to working on improving our chapters’ academics as this semester goes on.”

Hannah Chapman

Panhellenic Delegate

Hannah is a junior from Ste. Genevieve, MO and she is majoring in Psychology!

Abby Staunton


Rachel Stickels

Risk Reduction and Education

Rachel is a Finance major from Champaign, IL! A fun fact about Rachel is that she adores her two dogs, Daisy and Hazel “I am so thrilled to serve on EC this year because I truly have so much love for the women in our chapter. I want everyone to feel safe and welcome as members of Zeta!”

Becky Livigni


Becky is a sophomore studying neuroscience, pre-med and pursuing a minor in English literature. She is from Mokena, IL (a Southwest suburb of Chicago). Something fun about Becky is that she is an avid reader, writer, knitter, crafter, coffee drinker, & Christian. Go Becky!! "I’m so excited to be the ritual Chairman because I get to serve my chapter and fraternity by honoring and sharing the beautiful legacy of ZTA’s traditions. Our rituals connect us through time and space to every other zeta chapter and remind us that we’re part of something so much bigger than ourselves or our SLU chapter."

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