Chapter Officers

Sarah Claypool


Sarah is our president and is responsible for leading our chapter meetings, attending Panhellenic meetings, meeting with our advisors and housing corporation board, and communicating with our national officers. She enjoys this role because it allows her to be a leader in the chapter and strengthen her relationships with our chapter members and with the Panhellenic community. She is focused on ways to foster a supportive environment in the chapter and on how to ensure a positive experience for our members. She is most looking forward to being able to give back to the organization that has given her so many amazing friendships and has taught her so many valuable life skills!

Kendra Specht

Vice President of Standards and Values

Kendra is a junior in the Computer Science program at UW. As Vice President of Values and Standards she is a liaison between the chapter and outside governing bodies as well as responsible for making sure the values and standards of Sigma Kappa are upheld in everyday activities.

Lauren Masters

Vice President of Programming

Lauren is responsible for creating a calendar full of meaningful opportunities for member and chapter growth through intentional education and development opportunities. She is also in charge of reviewing and assigning chapter members to committees that engage their chapter participation. Lauren enjoys this position because it gives her a chance to educate members about topics they want to know more about and she gets to see the growth of members throughout the different member classes.

Samantha Nelhams

Vice President of New Member Education

Samantha Nelhams is our Vice President of New Member Education making her responsible for leading weekly meetings to help welcome and teach the newest members of Sigma Kappa. She hopes to make every single new member feel just as at-home here as she does. She is looking forward to informing members about the history and values of Sigma Kappa as well as the leadership and career opportunities it provides. Her favorite part of the New Member Ed program is helping women gain a home away from home where they’ll make strong, long-lasting friendships.

Meredith Coffroth

Vice President of Membership

Meredith Coffroth is our Vice President of Membership and is responsible for recruiting new members of Sigma Kappa. She is responsible for overseeing primary fall recruitment and COB and loves to meet potential new members and welcome them to Sigma Kappa. She’s excited to welcome new members to the Greek community, help them understand the meaning of sorority life and help them find a home in Sigma Kappa.

Caroline Marshall

Vice President of Communications and Operations

Caroline Marshall serves as our Vice President of Communications. She is responsible for all chapter correspondence, as well as taking minutes at our formal, informal, and executive board meetings. In addition, she tracks chapter attendance and maintains the chapter's House Points system. She enjoys this position because she is able to keep everyone up-to-date with what is happening within the chapter as well as communicating with Sigma Kappa chapters across the country. Caroline is a Medical Anthropology and prospective Psychology double major with the hopes of pursuing a career as a clinical psychologist. She enjoys spending time with friends and family, hiking and exploring new places.

Sam Schneider

Vice President of Finance

Sam Schneider is our Vice President of Finance. She is responsible for managing the chapter’s finances. She enjoys this position because she gains hands-on financial experience and helps make decisions on how to allocate funds. She believes this position is an integral part of helping the sorority function while also working with other leaders within the chapter to develop budgets to fit their individual needs.

Hannah Hartman

Vice President of Alumni Relations

Hannah Hartman is our Vice President of Alumnae Relations. Her duties as VPAR include working with the Seattle Area Alumnae Chapter to plan activities and mentor ship programs that help connect and grow the relationships between active and alumnae members.

Carly Carrigan

Vice President of Academic Excellence

Carly Carrigan is the VPAE, in charge of the scholarship program and keeping members connected to resources to help them succeed. She chose this position so she can share what she's learned about how to succeed at UW with the chapter. Outside of the sorority Carly is majoring in molecule cellular and developmental biology, and some of her hobbies are pottery and skiing.

Asila Maksumova

Vice President of Philanthropic Service

Asila Maksumova is our Vice President of Philanthropic Services, dedicated to helping facilitate fundraising within our chapter for our five philanthropies; Sigma Kappa Foundation, Inherit the Earth, Maine Sea Coast Mission, and the Alzheimer's Association. She is responsible for planning charity events and coordinating community service projects. To promote chapter participation in volunteering activities, she tracks quarterly service hours and provides our sisters with resources to get involved. She enjoys this position because she gains project management skills and she strongly believes in giving back to the community. Asila is a Computer Science major who also works as an undergraduate teaching assistant. In her free time, she enjoys curating mixtapes and traveling.

Zoe Levin

Panhellenic Delegate

Zoe Levin serves as Panhellenic Delegate. Being Panhellenic Delegate gives her a chance to shape inclusive Panhellenic policies and to be an advocate for the needs of Sigma Kappa members in the wider Panhellenic community