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Chapter Officers

Gracie McMillan


Gracie supervises the affairs of the sorority and attends all of the meetings involving the chapter. She acts as the liaison between Kappa and the university.

Kylie Scarzafava

Vice President Standards

Kylie is head of the Standards Committee and maintains Kappa's sisterhood. She helps with initiation events and works with legal counsel in advising Fraternity Council.

Pi Chi

VP of Organization

I manage the chapter calendar and chapter committees as well as managing OmegaOne. A fun fact about me is I have moved 4 times and lived in 3 different states.

Jessica Hopper

Vice President Academic Excellence

I keep up with study hours, the chapter's GPA, and help any girls that may be struggling with their school work. A fun fact about me is if I could be any animal, I would be a dolphin.

Arianna Hall


Arianna is responsible for the attendance of sorority members, updating chapter bylaws and standing rules. She is responsible for the communication between Kappa and the university.

Kylie Bennett


I am in charge of the financial operations of Kappa. If you have any questions about dues or Bill Highway, I'm the one to ask! I am a double major in Recreation and Child and Family Development, I work at Southern Adventures, I love to watch The Bachelor, and I'm always listening to Harry Styles, One Direction, or Taylor Swift!

Ashley Caudell


My position on council allows me to take attendance for chapter meetings and help order and organize things like badges and composites. I am so thankful for the opportunity to help my chapter out and make our sisterhood stronger each day! Get to know me: I am from small town Albany, Ga and am a Fashion Merchandising major!

Bailey Lusk

Education Chairman

I do everything from planning our Founder's Day Celebration, programmings for the chapter, and working with the seniors of the chapter as their "senior mom" during their last two semesters in Kappa. I love spending time with friends, playing sports/working out, and seeing my family. Two Fun Facts: I am from Atlanta, GA and I'm left handed!

Rachel Gray

Event Chairman

I plan and coordinate events in person as well as virtually. I also help individuals attain social excellence, promoting professional and acceptable behavior, and ensure the safety of the chapter in social settings. Something interesting about me is that I collect rocks and crystals.

Amy Giles

House Chairman

I am a sophomore Elementary Education major from Thomson, Georgia. I active in Kappa through the House Chair position which entails coordinating Tuesday night dinners for the entire chapter and ensuring smooth day to day operations within the house facility.

Danielle Wilson

Membership Chairman

I am in charge of recruitment for both Fall and Spring. A fun fact about me is I grew up in Tampa, Florida before moving to Georgia. 

Alexa Curtis

New Member Chairman

Alexa is in charge of the new member class. She is responsible for educating them about Kappa Kappa Gamma and the Zeta Upsilon Chapter. She plans New Member Retreats and Bid Day while encouraging new members to get involved.

Macy Willingham

Philanthropy Chairman

As Philanthropy Chairman, I plan with percentage nights, philanthropy weeks, and philanthropy events.

Clair Crow

Panhellenic Delegate

I represent Kappa on the College Panhellenic Council, promote Panhellenic ideals on campus and the chapter, work with my specialist and campus fraternity/sorority adviser, and support the National Panhellenic Conference Unanimous Agreements, policies, and best practices. I am a sophomore and majoring in Exercise Science. I love coffee, drawing, and watching movies!

Ashton High

Public Relations Chairman

I am responsible for the Public Relations of Kappa. I write newsletters, maintain Zeta Upsilon's website and social media accounts, as well as plan Parents Weekend each semester. I am in charge of upholding our public relations with the Greek Community as well as the university.

Katie Snowberger

Risk Management

I am a 19 year old hospitality major from Augusta GA. I split my time between Kappa, work, and school, but I wouldn't have it any other way. As Risk Management, I am the person to go to for anything and everything that involves Kappa safety. I am also there for our sisters if they have any questions or need someone to talk to.

Sarah LaVally

Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Chairman

I facilitate DEI education, help ensure that all chapter activities are considerate of DEI, and provide DEI-related support to our sisters. A little bit about me: I’m from Richmond Hill, GA and I’m a nursing major. I love animals and I have a cat named Margo!