The chapter President serves as the executive officer of the chapter and is responsible for its operation.She encourages teamwork to achieve chapter goals and understands the chapter’s relationship with the Advisory Board, the House Board, the Fraternity, the campus, and the community. The chapter President fosters communication at all Fraternity levels.
Vice President of Organization
VPO is in charge of completing a master calendar and sending that to Kappa's National Headquarters as well as planning visits for different Leadership Consultants from Headquarters.
Vice President of Standards
The job of VP of Standards is to promote sisterhood within the chapter and uphold Kappa’s values as an organization. With the help of the Standards committee, Cara works to bring the chapter closer together. Additionally, it is the VP's responsibility to be aware of issues and concerns that arise within the chapter and to work on solutions to these problems. To contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Recording Secretary serves as the record keeper for the chapter. She takes minutes for both chapter and Chapter Council meetings and coordinates the revision of the chapter Bylaws and Standing Rules.
Vice President of Academic Excellence
The Vice President of Academic Excellence promotes high academic standards, assists both active and new members strive toward their academic and intellectual potential and enhances scholastic awareness.
Vice President of Finance
The chapter Treasurer is responsible for educating the chapter members about financial responsibilities, making them aware of chapter expenses and explaining the purpose of their fees. The chapter Treasurer prepares and maintains the chapter budget. She tracks all member balances (Accounts Receivable) and disburses all fees to Fraternity Headquarters and House Board. The chapter Treasurer compiles annual budget reports.
The Marshal is the steward of Fraternity tradition, decorum and ritual. Her efforts help preserve the link that ties together generations of Kappa sisters through the shared beauty of ritual, by ensuring that the same words, same songs and same order are spoken, sung and observed at special services.
“Managing risks” means minimizing and, if possible, eliminating any situation that jeopardizes property or a person’s health and safety, including emotional well-being. The Risk Management Chairman is responsible for assisting officers and chapter members in following all risk management policies and procedures so that risks to an individual or property are minimized.
The Education Chairman creates and implements a year-long, comprehensive program for the chapter. The program is designed to enhance membership by providing an understanding of Kappa Kappa Gamma’s purposes and ideals, promotion of intellectual development and personal growth. The program also provides leadership and skill-building activities.
The House Chairman is responsible for seeing that house rules and regulations regarding the maintenance and use of the chapter facility are carried out, for guaranteeing that the facility is used wisely and is a safe haven for every member. The House Chairman maintains a positive relationship between the chapter and the House Director and House Board.
The Membership Chairman is responsible for everything that has to do with recruitment. Sidney works closely with Ally to ensure that recruitment a memorable process for everyone involved.
The Recruitment Chair is responsible for everything that has to do with recruitment. Ally works closely with Sidney to ensure that recruitment a memorable process for everyone involved
New Member Chair
The New Member Program is to provide a period of orientation, preparation and education prior to Initiation to ensure that each new member has a desire to fulfill the initiation requirements in preparation for active membership.
Philanthropy is an effort or act of good will to help others, either by performing a direct service to people or organizations in the community or by raising money for a worthy cause. The Philanthropy Chairman fosters an appreciation and understanding of the Kappa Kappa Gamma Foundation and its programs among chapter members. She also coordinates chapter service efforts to support the Kappa Kappa Gamma Foundation, the community and campus, and Reading Is Fundamental.
Public Relations Chair
The Public Relations Chairman promotes good relations with the chapter’s “publics,” projects the chapter’s positive reputation by evaluating chapter activities for positive public relations and educates the chapter on its importance.
Alumni Relations' objective is to be a liaison between our active chapter members and all zeta gamma alumni. They correspond with alumni– mainly to inform alumni of what our chapter has been doing for Kappa, Centre, and the community.
The Event Chairman guides the chapter in accomplishing a Fraternity goal of attaining individual and social excellence. She educates the chapter members concerning acceptable behavior in all settings and ensures Kappa Policies and Risk Management Procedures are followed during an event.
The Registrar, as the chapter historian, keeps records of the chapter’s successes, milestones and its membership. She records past and present activities, events, accomplishments and trends of the chapter and campus. She stimulates the chapter's interest in its history and archives by presenting an annual heritage display to the chapter.
The Diversity Chair is a role unique to the Zeta Gamma chapter. The Diversity Chair's role is to create programming that fosters inclusiveness and conversation within the chapter. The Diversity Chair works closely with Centre's Diversity office to achieve these goals.
She is one who attends weekly Panhellenic Council meetings, as well as reps from every other sorority and the executive board. The Panhellenic Delegate discusses inter-sorority issues and keeps up with the goings-on of the other sororities on campus.
As one of Kappa's Panhellenic Delegates, Gracie attends weekly PHC council meetings with delegates from other sororities on campus. Together, they promote Panhellenisism on campus to make Greek life at Centre exceptionally awesome.