Sigma Kappa

Chapter Officers

Chapter Officers

Chapter President- Kayley McComas

Chapter President

Hello my name is Kaley McComas, and I have the great privilege to serve as President of Sigma Kappa! I am from Franklin, Tennessee, about 30 minutes outside of Nashville. I am a senior here at UTC, and I am studying Communications. Being a member of Sigma Kappa has encouraged me to step put of my comfort zone and get further involved at the University. I am a Student Intern at the House Ministries and a campus Orientation Leader. Sigma Kappa has helped me grow as a person and has brought me some of my closest friends. I am so grateful to have found my home here at UTC.

Executive Vice President- Kara Rowan

Executive Vice President

Hello! My name is Kara Rowan, and I have the honor of serving as the Executive Vice President of Sigma Kappa. I am currently a junior studying Business Marketing. I was born and raised in Nashville, TN, and joined Sigma Kappa hoping to find a group of girls to help fill the void of the big family and tight-knit community that I left at home. Sigma Kappa has filled that void and more. I truly would not be who I am today without Sigma Kappa and all of those that this amazing organization is composed of, from our collegiate members, our advisors, to our alumnae. Sigma Kappa has helped me grow in every aspect of myself, and brought me a family that I know will continue to be a constant presence throughout my life.

Vice President of Membership- Anna Martino

Vice President of Membership

Hello! My name is Anna Martino and I am from Paris, Tennessee. I am a senior Communication and Social Work double major, with hopes to work with urban youth as a licensed social worker after further continuing my education. As a girl who never would have imagined herself in a sorority, meeting the women of Sigma Kappa quickly changed my mind, and gave me a sense of belonging that was long void. As Theta Phi's Vice President of Membership, I can not wait to show women the unique, genuine, and selfless love our chapter has to offer. I am so honored for this leadership role and the outside leadership experiences sisters in Theta Phi have encouraged me to do. I am forever thankful I found my home at UTC and in Sigma Kappa.

VP of New Member Education- Ellie Davis

Vice President of New Member Education

Hi there! My name is Ellie Davis, and I have the pleasure to serve as Vice President of New Member Education for Sigma Kappa! I am from small town Leoma, Tennessee and am a senior Marketing major at UTC. I am a third year Orientation Leader and my involvement with Sigma Kappa and the University has opened up so many opportunities and leadership positions for me. I also enjoy being a Mosaic Mentor and Peer Mentor for the University. Sigma Kappa has blessed me with so many lifelong friendships and a sisterhood that continues to help me grow and execute my fullest potential. I look forward to sharing my love for Sigma Kappa with the new members the join our sisterhood in the fall and helping them find their home here at UTC. Go Mocs!

VP of Alumnae Relations- Sarah Lindsay

Vice President of Alumane Relations

Hey! My name is Sarah Lindsay and I am an Exercise Science major with a minor in Biology. I have future plans to attend PA school and pursue my dreams of being a dermatologist. I chose Sigma Kappa because from day one, I knew that these girls would not just be my best friends throughout college, but throughout life!

VP of Finance- Caroline Rabiner

Vice President of Finance

Hello! My name is Caroline Rabiner, and I am honored to be the VP of Finance this year at Theta Phi. I am a senior with plans to graduate in May 2019. I am earning a BS in Political Science, with a minor in Religious Studies. I am a legacy member of Sigma Kappa, and proud to be a Student Ambassador with SCAN (Save the Children Action Network). I am excited to grow my leadership skills and working with my sisters this year!

VP of Scholarship

Vice President of Scholarship

Our Vice President of Programming is currently serving in a leadership role with Panhellenic as a Recruitment Counselor. This requires her to disaffiliate until after recruitment is over. Will be post her information after fall recruitment.

Panhellenic Delegate- Sadie Arbuthnot

Panhellenic Delegate

Hello! My name is Sadie Arbuthnot, and I have the honor of serving as the Panhellenic Delegate of the Theta Phi Chapter of Sigma Kappa. I am currently a junior studying nursing. I was born up north in Maryland, but lived in Delaware for 6 years before moving to Athens, TN. Growing up with four brothers, I joined Sigma Kappa hoping to find the closeness and the special bond so many of my friends have with their sisters. Sigma Kappa has brought me more than I ever could have imagined from the opportunities of service, sisterhood, social opportunities, and so much more. Sigma Kappa has shaped me into the woman I am today, and I couldn’t be more proud to represent our organization.

VP of Programming- Alaysia Stevens

Vice President of Programming

My name is Alaysia Stevens, and I am so delighted to have the honor of serving as Theta Phi’s Vice President of Programming! I am a junior here at UTC, and I am Nursing major. Because I’m an army brat, I’m not really from anywhere in particular but I moved to Chattanooga from Clarksville, Tennessee where I graduated from Clarksville High School. I joined Sigma Kappa hoping to find a home away from home, seeing that my family had recently gotten stationed at Fort Carson, Colorado, which was a nice 20 hours away! Little did I know I would find my life long friends and a group of wonderful women who work together to consistently empower and uplift each other every day. Because I’ve had the amazing support of my sweet sisters here in Sigma Kappa, I have had the courage to grow into the leader I am today.

VP of Philanthropic Services- Gina Shmid

Vice President of Philanthropic Services

Hi! My name is Gina Schmid, and I serve as the the Vice President of Philanthropic Services. I am currently a sophomore majoring in Secondary Education. I aspire to one day teach in a third world country and open a school there. Sigma Kappa has blessed me with many opportunities and encouraged me to serve all over the world. Over the summer, I will be living and teaching in Honduras for four months. The Theta Phi chapter has given me life long friends and the chance to serve and impact our local community! I am very excited to continue to support our national philanthropies and help raise awareness for Alzheimer's. I couldn’t be more thankful for Sigma Kappa and can’t wait to give back to the community.