Chapter Officers

Alyse Meinhold

President

Jennifer Perreria

Executive Vice President

I'm a fourth year chemistry major with a minor in biology. After graduation, I would love to go into the hair and make hair products that specialize in different ethnicities as well as hair types. In my free time, you can find me at a coffee shop, reading a book, or on an adventure that hopefully gives me a view of the coast. As the Executive Vice President of Sigma Kappa, I hold people accountable as well as encourage my sisters. Sigma Kappa has allowed me to grow and is still giving me opportunities to grow into the woman I'm striving to become. I've found a support group and a home in Sigma Kappa. I am a mentor to a junior in high school through a leadership seminar I attended back when I was in high school. I am also a mentorship coordinator for the Undergraduate Undeclared Mentorship Program.

Alleah Aliakbar

Vice President of Membership

Jazmin Morales

Vice President of Programming

I am a second year education science major with a specialization in childhood development. After graduation I hope to attend grad school to get a masters in education and a teaching credential. Serving as vice president of programming I'm in charge of deciding the educational programs given to the chapter and handling the master calendar. Sigma kappa has given me a home away from home and sisters that have helped me grown into a confident young women.

Michelle Tanaka

Vice President of Finance

I am a third year Mechanical Engineering major! After graduation I'm looking forward to either getting a job or pursuing a masters in engineering. In my free time, I love to binge-watch reality tv and game shows. I'm also a certified scuba diver and love to go diving with my family! As the Vice President of Finance some of my main roles include composing a yearly budget and maintain efficient management of sorority finances. Sigma Kappa has allowed me to grow in all aspects of my life. It has helped me gain confidence, professional and leadership skills, and lifelong friendships. I am lucky to call myself a Sigma Kappa and be surrounded by so many empowering women everyday!

Anna Pacheco

Vice President of Alumnae Relations

I am a second year double major in psychology & social behavior and criminology, law and society. In the future, I hope to travel the world in the field of international law. In my free time I love to relax or hang out with friends and try new food places/ go shopping. As the Vice President of Alumnae Relations, I put on events with Sigma Kappa alumnae so they can be updated with our chapter as well as come back to visit and share their experiences with being a Sigma Kappa. Sigma Kappa has been one of the best things that could’ve ever happened to me, I have met some of my closest, life-long friends and have gain experiences that can prep me for the outside world after college.

Pooja Lad

Vice President of Scholarship

Taylor Reese

Vice President of Philanthropic Services

I am in charge of organizing our annual week-long philanthropy event called Ultraviolet, which leads up to our highly anticipated Casino Night. For the past two years, we have raised over $10,000 during Ultra Violet week! I aim to inspire my sisters through providing opportunities to achieve our philanthropic goals and potential.

Alejandra Santana

Vice President of Communications

I am a second year English major with a minor in Queer Studies. After my undergraduate studies, I hope to go to law school to represent musicians and other artists on a corporate level. On my free time, I love traveling, going to concerts and all kinds of museums. As Vice President of Communications, I mostly deal with online member relations and act as a liaison between the active members and the executive board. Sigma Kappa gave me confidence to pursue my minor and work on my organization skills. Being a part of this sorority allowed me to become a part of something bigger than myself, it serves as a constant reminder of the values I try to uphold every day.

Brany Yourk

Vice President of New Member Education

Nicole Quispe

Panhellenic Delegate

I am a fourth year Psychology and Social Behavior major. After graduation, I hope to attend graduate school to eventually pursue a career as a family therapist. When I have time, I like trying to explore new places, trying different foodie attractions, and going to Disneyland. Serving as the Panhellenic Delegate, I am the liaison between our Sigma Kappa chapter and the Panhellenic community as a whole. I also plan some fun campuswides which not only unite the Greek community, but the UCI community as a whole. In Sigma Kappa, I found some of my best friends that have changed my life for the better, and have helped me grow into the confident young woman I am today. Sigma Kappa has been my home away from for the duration of the time I have been here. It’s a true blessing to be able to call these women my sisters for life. As a graduating senior, it makes me sad to go, but I hope that more people will find out what it truly means to go “One Heart, One Way.”

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