Sigma Kappa

Chapter Officers

Chapter Officers

Kristin Martin

Chapter President

My name is Kristin Martin and I'm from a small town in Tennessee, Tullahoma! I'm a psychology major that plans to attend law school after I graduate. Sigma Kappa has held a special place in my heart for the past three years and I am so fortunate to be able to serve as Theta Phi's President. One of my favorite memories is from Bid Day with one of my best-friends, Alexa Tracy, and how we seriously jumped for joy when we received our bids from Sigma Kappa! Looking back over the past years at how much I have grown and how much I have received reminds me of my love for my sisters and how worth it every moment is. I can't wait to experience the rest of my journey with Sigma Kappa!

Kinsey Glenn

Executive Vice President

I am from Knoxville, Tennessee. I am a senior communications major at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga hoping to pursue a career in public relations. I have been a member of Sigma Kappa sorority since 2013 and appreciate the opportunities for philanthropy and growth my membership has provided me.

Alexa Tracy

Vice President of Programming

I am a junior Psychology major, and I look forward to my future as a mental health and well being counselor! I currently intern for a children abuse and family center as a program facilitator. I was inspired to join a sorority because of the lifelong friendships my mom, also Sigma Kappa, shared with her sorority sisters. I was so blessed to find my Panhellenic home where she did during her college years. Coming from Memphis, I was terrified to leave home and start fresh in a new town with new people away from my family. However, I can honestly say that I feel at home when I am with my Sigma Kappa sisters. I am never homesick when I am with them. I thank God everyday for placing these young women in my life, and I will cherish their friendships for the rest of my life!

Julia Schifani

Vice President of New Member Education

I'm so lucky to serve as the Vice President of New Member Education for the Theta Phi Chapter! I am originally from Memphis, TN but I love Chattanooga. I am a UTC Tour Guide and serve as a Freshman Orientation Leader. As a rising senior, I am studying Communications and hope to be a News Broadcaster some day. Sigma Kappa has absolutely been the best decision of my collegiate experience. I have found my best friends here and this chapter has given me so many leadership opportunities. I can't wait to teach our newest members about our strong sisterhood and share what it means to me! I look forward to supporting each of them through their journey.

Claire Elliot

Vice President of Membership

Hello my name is Claire Elliott and I am from Franklin, TN! I am a nursing major and I love helping and caring for people, so nursing is the perfect fit for me! I fell in love with Sigma Kappa during recruitment and my love for Sigma Kappa has grown ever since! I am so excited to serve as Sigma Kappa's Vice President of Membership and I can't wait to meet our new sisters and share our sisterhood!

Megan Morrison

Vice President of Philanthropic Services

My name is Megan Morrison, and I'm from Memphis, TN. I came to Chattanooga because of the gorgeous scenery, and I love the outdoors. I'm currently a pre-nursing major with a minor in child and family studies. I played soccer all my life; however, when I came to college I knew I wanted something different. I ended up joining Sigma Kappa, and I immediately knew this was where I was supposed to be. Within Sigma Kappa, I've made so many friendships that I will always cherish. I'm constantly growing within the sorority, and wouldn't be the woman I'm proud to be today without these amazing women by my side.

Jessica Ammon

Vice President of Scholarship

Hello! My name is Jessica Ammon and I’m from Hendersonville, TN. I’m a biology major and a chemistry minor preparing to apply for medical school at the end of this year. Joining Sigma Kappa has made my college experience thus far way better than I could’ve ever imagined. This sorority has my heart and I’m so thankful to have sisters that encourage me, study with me, and love my furbaby, Emmie, as much as I do. I’m passionate about academics and serving as Vice President of Scholarship is a dream come true. I found a sorority whose values aligned with mine and because of that I know Sigma Kappa will continue to help me grow into the best woman I can be.

MaryBeth Cook

Panhellenic Delegate

Hello, my name is MaryBeth Cook. I have the amazing privilege to serve as Theta Phi's Panhellenic Delegate. My hometown is in Clarksville, Tennessee but Chattanooga completely has my heart. I get the privilege to not only work with my sorority, but with all of the other awesome sororities on UTC's campus. I fell in love with Sigma Kappa on the very first day of recruitment, and my love for this sorority has only grown. I have learned so much about myself, and I've gained so many lasting friendships that I will forever be thankful for. Joining Sigma Kappa has been the absolute best decision I have ever made, and I am excited to see where else it takes me.

Allison Bruce

Vice President of Finance

Hello hello! My name is Allison Bruce and I have the pleasure of serving as the Vice President of Finance! Even though I grew up in Chattanooga, I knew it was going to be hard to love Chattanooga in the same home-y way since my parents were moved six hours away. I knew I needed something to make Chattanooga that for me again. Luckily Sigma Kappa has given that to me. Sigma Kappa has not just given me the life long friendships, it has given me countless leadership opportunities and constantly pushes me to be a better person and grow more. I am a double major of business management and human resources. I have big dreams to do great things and I know my experiences in Sigma Kappa will help to shape and prepare me for my next steps!"

Kenzie Ailey

Vice President of Alumane Relations

As a Junior UTC student, I study psychology with a concentration in natural science. I hope to one day become an Occupational Therapist for geriatric patients. I moved to Chattanooga from Knoxville and fell in love with the city. Taking a role on the executive council this year has been such an amazing opportunity for me, and reminds me everyday how fortunate I am to have such selfless sisters who support me through anything and everything. --