Sigma Kappa

Chapter Officers

Chapter Officers

Paige Anderson

President

Hello, my name is Paige and I’m a dietetics major and one day I hope to help athletes improve their sports performance through their nutrition! When I found my home in Sigma Kappa, I found exactly what I was looking for and so much more. This group of women has given me confidence, unconditional love, and pushed me to always do my best. The organization allows us to make improvements locally and all over the world throughout multiple philanthropic initiatives. Sigma Kappa has become one of my greatest blessings in my collegiate experience and I am so proud to be apart of the Greek Life community at UNC!

Brogan Retka

Executive Vice President

Hello!! My name is Brogan Retka and I am an Early Childhood Education major here at UNC! Throughout the past year and a half Sigma Kappa truly has provided me with a home away from home. I believe that home is not only a place but where your family is and Sigma Kappa has become my family. I am so blessed with the opportunity to get to know so many wonderful women and I’m extremely excited to serve them as Executive Vice President this term! I love to learn and I know that this position will shed light on so many things that I haven’t had the chance to uncover yet which is incredibly exciting!

Alli Kopetsky

Vice President of Programming

Hey, Alli here! I was born and raised in a small town, where everyone knew who you were and cows were seen on a daily basis. My dad had seven brothers and sisters who all stayed in Wiggins, so the Kopetzky clan grew very large over the years and because the dominant family in Wiggins. That being said, I always wanted to stand out from the pack. I didn’t want to be known as just Bob and Karol’s daughter. I wanted more. That allowed me to push myself and accomplish goals that I am very proud of achieving. Having such a large family has meant that I value my family in every aspect of life, so when my sister went Greek, I though she was amazing. I learned what Greek life was and what it meant to be part of a sisterhood and something bigger than yourself. I saw her take on different positions and eventually Panhellenic President. Because of her, I decided to go Greek and fell in love with the same sorority she did, Sigma Kappa. Since joining the chapter, some of my heart sisters told me how great it was to have a position and that I should run for one. When elections came up, I put myself out on a limb and ran. Since then, the chapter elected me into Vice President of Programing, and I couldn’t be happier. I have many ideas that I can’t wait to bring to the chapter and show them what it means to me to be VPP. I am very excited to have this position because my whole life I’ve wanted to make my biological sisters proud and now I get the opportunity to make my Sigma Kappa sisters proud.

Kaleigh Dunn

Vice President of New Member Education

Hi everyone! My name is Kaleigh and I’m a sophomore pre-nursing major. I grew up in Arvada, CO, I love my dogs, and my absolute favorite food is cheesecake. I went Greek my freshman year to make what felt like a big campus feel a little smaller, and I found my home among some of the kindest, smartest, funniest, and most genuine girls I’ve ever met.

Erica McCormick

Vice President of Membership

Hiii! I’m originally from Michigan! I love my family and friends more than anything. I’m super excited to get to accompany the girls this coming year and summer to get to know he future girls of this chapter! Going greek meant more to me than joining a sorority, it meant learning about different people and their beliefs, joining something that made a difference and the world and bettered myself. I am so happy to have found my place in Sigma Kappa and for the girls to encourage me in life and make me the happiest i could be.

Josie Osberg

Vice President of Alumnae Relations

Hi my name is Josie! I am a junior studying Early Childhood Special Education. This is my second year being on exec and I could not be more excited. Joining sigma kappa has been one of the best decisions I have made in my college career. It has helped shape me into a more driven women and I am forever great-full for that. I have now lived in the chapter house for 2 years and I can honestly say that I live with some of my best friends.

Sarah Barnard

Vice President of Scholarship

Hi! My name is Sarah, I am a sophomore here at UNC! I am majoring in Early Childhood education. I love working with kids! I wouldn't be here with out my family and God's support. I love Starbucks and chick fil a ! I went Greek to find my home away from home, and that's exactly what I found here at Sigma Kappa! I have grown so much as an individual and gained so much personal growth through the trials not only at UNC but within Sigma Kappa as well; and have always been able to prevail. Greek life has helped me find friends, sisters, and now forever family! Go Greek!

Katelyn Edmisson

Vice President of Communications

Hey! It's Katelyn, I’m a pre-nursing major, I love carbs and food in general, and I'd take the beach over the mountains any day (even though I’m a Colorado native). And I love sigma kappa because I’ve met so many kind, passionate, determined women and I’ve met my best friends.

Chelsea Newendorp

Vice President of Philanthropic Service

I’m Chelsea the VP of Philanthropic Service! My position focuses on creating ways to give back to all of our amazing philanthropies, like the Alzheimer’s Association. I am a sophomore nursing major and I went Greek to find a community of amazing people that encourage me and have my back no matter what!

Kate Pierro

Vice President of Finance

Hi I’m Kate and I’m an Elementary Education major! I love Sigma Kappa because it surrounds me with women that inspire me and push me to be my best self. I have met my best friends and my second family by going Greek and I’m so grateful!

Kelsey Horn

Panhellenic Delegate

Hi, my name is Kelsey and I’m a freshman here at UNC! I’m a Psychology major and hope to one day work with adolescents in a psychiatric hospital. I originally decided to go Greek to get involved in the UNC community, but can honestly say I found a home away from home in Sigma Kappa. Every one of these girls is remarkable and I can’t wait to see what lies ahead in my college career through Greek life!