Sigma Kappa

Chapter Officers

Chapter Officers

Olivia Carter


Hometown: Athens, Alabama Major: Marketing Minor: Service Marketing and Sales Why Olivia loves Sigma Kappa: Sigma Kappa has given me such a unique platform to better myself and better the chapter members through the process. It has been so exciting to have a hand in the shaping and guiding of the Alpha Omega chapter on campus! I cannot wait to see how we will continue to grow and make a positive impact at The University of Alabama.

Christine Curry

Vice President of Philanthropic Services

Hometown: McDonough, Georgia Major: Biology and Art Why Christine loves Sigma Kappa: I love Sigma Kappa because it has allowed me to connect with so many amazing women, not just at The University of Alabama but all over the nation. The women of Sigma Kappa have pushed me to be my best self and I feel so fortunate to be a part of such an inspiring organization.

Cassidy Vuylsteke

Vice President of New Member Education

Hometown: St. Louis, Missouri Major: Management Minor: Spanish and Math Why Cassidy loves Sigma Kappa: I am so grateful for the opportunities that Sigma Kappa has given. I love being VPNME because I get the chance to really make a positive impact on our new members and help them have an amazing experience like I did!

Sierra Hittel

Vice President of Communications and Operations

Hometown: Orlando, Florida Major: Marketing Why Sierra loves Sigma Kappa: Sigma Kappa at Alabama has been a unique leadership opportunity to build something new and exciting on campus. I know the foundation we are laying now will carry Sigma Kappa on for years to come and that is really exciting!

Peyton Matthews

Vice President of Standards and Values

Hometown: Fairhope, Alabama Major: Psychology, Human Development and Family Study Why Peyton loves Sigma Kappa: I love my position, it has given me the foundation to grow in my leadership and has expanded my perspective on what it means to be a role model. Throughout this experience I have learned to be confident and have had the opportunity to influence and impact so many women.

Abigail Short

Vice President of Membership

Hometown: Dothan, Alabama Major: Public Relations Minor: Psychology Why Abigail loves Sigma Kappa: In my position I have been able to develop my leadership skills, make connections with amazing women, and was given the opportunity to facilitate the growth of chapter.

Caneel VanNostrand

Vice President of Academic Excellence

Hometown: Atlanta, Georgia Major: Economics, Marketing, Psychology Minor: Advertising Why Caneel loves Sigma Kappa: Sigma Kappa has helped me break out of my shell and challenged me to be my best self. I love being Vice President of Academic Excellence because I personally put a lot of importance on my academics and want to empower the women around me to do the same, and my role gives me a platform from which to do that.

Courtney Stejbach

Panhellenic Delegate

Hometown: Madison, Alabama Major: Human Performance and Exercise Science, Pre-Physical Therapy Why Courtney loves Sigma Kappa: Sigma Kappa has given my lifelong friends that have shown me how confident I can be. I've grown as a leader, friend, and person and couldn't be more proud to be surrounded by these young women!

Rian Preston

Vice President of Finance

Hometown: West Hartford, Connecticut Major: Political Science and Economics, Pre-Law Why Rian loves Sigma Kappa: I love that Sigma Kappa doesn't seek to change a member's qualities but, strives to enhance those qualities and polish their women into bright leaders. I have genuinely felt loved and cherished every minute of being part of this lovely organization. Being Vice President of Finance allows me to give back to my organization and provide my sisters with that same love and support I've been blessed to receive.

Katie Bolliger

Vice President of Alumnae Relations

Hometown: St. Louis, Missouri Major: English and Political Science, Pre-Law Why Katie loves Sigma Kappa: I love my position in Sigma Kappa because it allows me to make a connection with our alumnae and show them who our chapter is. My position of VPAR allows me to share my love of our chapter to more people, and let’s me show others what it means to be a Sigma Kappa.

Katie Jo Dickey

Vice President of Programming

Hometown: Pike Road, Alabama Major: Secondary Education and Spanish Why Katie Jo loves Sigma Kappa: Sigma Kappa has shown me how to become the successful, graceful, and dependable woman I want to be. In my position as VPP, I love the privilege of planning and executing meaningful programming to help our chapter grow.