Chapter Officers

Emma Swinney

Kappa Nu President

Emma is currently a junior from Kansas City, Missouri majoring in Political Science and minoring in Writing Intensive English at Marquette University. As President, she hopes to help create a stronger sisterhood by fostering positivity and focusing on personal growth within the chapter.

Nora Kiernan

Vice President of Standards and Values

Nora is a junior from Hinsdale, Illinois studying Corporate Communication. She hopes to foster an environment in which each member can grow to their fullest potential personally, through their friendships, and into their professional careers by living out Sigma Kappa’s four values in day-to-day life. She is so thankful to Sigma Kappa for the amazing role models and friends, and could not be more excited to serve the women of Kappa Nu. In her free time, Nora loves to dance, sail, serve the Milwaukee community, and goof around in the Chapter house’s fourth floor lounge!

Jessica Contreras

Vice President of Academic Excellence

Jessica is currently a sophomore here at Marquette from Montgomery, IL studying Biomedical Sciences and family studies on the pre-med track. Her favorite thing to do in Milwaukee is going to fairgrounds coffee shop to study, and hot yoga in the third ward to relax and destress. As the VPAE of the Kappa Nu chapter, she is ready to aid and support all members with any academic needs they may have, and she is beyond excited to reward her sisters for their academic achievements!

Bella D'Agostino

Vice President of New Member Education

Bella is currently a junior from Chicago, IL studying Elementary Education and English Language Arts here at Marquette University. As the current Vice President of New Member Education, she is so excited to meet all the new members and get to know them while also being a mentor to help them transition into Sigma Kappa as initiated members.

Kate Morris

Vice President of Philanthropic Service

Kate is a Junior from Des Moines, Iowa who is studying Social Welfare & Justice and Peace Studies at Marquette. As the current Vice President of Philanthropic Service, she's excited to not only raise money and awareness for our amazing philanthropies but encourage and inspire women in the chapter to get involved in service in Milwaukee as well! She has enjoyed getting to work with the rest of the Exec board in promoting our values to the rest of our sisters.

Annie Miles

Vice President of Alumni Relations

Annie is currently a sophomore from Gurnee, IL studying nursing at Marquette University. As the current, VP of Alumni Relations she is excited to find out more about this sorority and how it has influenced other women’s lives while working to communicate through alumni and current members to form relationships that will last for life.

Maddie Adams

Vice President of Programming

Maddie Adams is a Sophomore from Menominee Falls WI. studying Public Relations. As VP of Programming, she is excited to bring together the women in the Kappa Nu chapter by highlighting out values through meaningful activities as well as educating them with tools and resources to help them grow.

Amanda Scott

Vice President of Communication and Operations

Amanda is a Junior from Green Bay, WI double majoring in Economics and Psychology with a minor in Spanish for Pre-Law. As the current Vice President of Communications and Operations of Kappa Nu, she is working to better the attendance and retention rates of our members.

Anjali Patel

Panhellenic Delegate

Anjali is currently a sophomore at Marquette University studying Biomedical Sciences on the Pre-PA track. As the current Panhellenic Delegate, she is excited to work with other chapters and create an environment that allows chapters at Marquette to be involved with each other!

Jenna Shanner

Vice President of Finance

Jenna is currently a Junior from St. Charles, IL studying accounting. As the current Vice President of Finance, she is looking forward to getting to know the members of sigma kappa better, spending more time working with the executive board, and in doing so allowing for members to get the most out of sigma kappa.