Sigma Kappa

Chapter Officers

Chapter Officers

Hannah Mitchell

President

Hannah Mitchell is a senior Communications major with an emphasis in Public Relations. She chose Sigma Kappa because she knew the women would always push her to be the very best she can be and provide an amazing support system. Fun fact: Hannah has two different colored eyes!

Tatiana Peregrina

Executive Vice President

Tatiana Peregrina is a double major in Criminology and Spanish and plans to pursue a career in law. She chose Sigma Kappa because she felt supported, wanted, and special. She found a home with women who bring out the best in her. A fun fact about her is that she has visited three Disneyland parks in the world: California, Florida, and Paris!

Alyssa Noriega

Vice President of Programming

Alyssa Noriega is a senior Business Administration Major with a double concentration in Marketing and Management. Her favorite thing about Sigma Kappa is the all the opportunities it has given her to grow as well as meet people that she will stay friends with for life. Fun fact, she go to a new state with her family each summer. So far she has visited 40 of the 50 states!

Payten Couturier

Vice President of New Member Education

Payten Couturier is a senior Communications major with an emphasis in radio broadcasting with a minor in marketing. She chose Sigma Kappa because she felt at home with the women and felt that she would be accepted for who she is. Fun fact: She has read all of the Harry Potter series in 1 day!

Teagan Griffiths

Vice President of Membership

Teagan Griffiths is a senior Communications major with an emphasis in multi media. Her favorite thing about Sigma Kappa is having a home away from home where she is surrounded by unique woman that share similar values. Fun fact, she plays volleyball at the University of La Verne!

Brooke Mueller

Vice President of Alumni Relations

Brooke Mueller is a senior Social Sciences major. She was initiated in Spring of 2017. She chose Sigma Kappa because she found a group of women who shared the same values as her. Fun fact is her whole family lives within a 2 block radius of her!

Courtney Oberholtz

Vice President of Scholarship

Courtney Oberholtz is a third year student at the University of La Verne. She is studying Education and Child Development; She hopes to be an elementary school teacher and progress into school administration. Being in college can be immensely overwhelming at times and joining the Sigma Kappa Theta Beta chapter was the best decision of her collegiate career. It has provided her with a group of empowering women to help her grow as an individual and a leader.

Jesslyn Ponce

Vice President of Philanthropic Service

Jesslyn Ponce is a third year, kinesiology major with a psychology minor. She chose Sigma Kappa because it felt like home and because she have a personal connection with Alzheimer's disease and loved that she could dedicate her time and energy into philanthropies with people who would quickly become her second family. A fun fact about Jesslyn is that she is the first person in her family to attend a four year university and will be the first person in her family to graduate from college.

Remy Hogan

Vice President of Communications

Remy Hogan is a junior public relations major with a minor in criminology. She is a proud dog mom and considers herself a mozzarella stick connoisseur. She joined the Theta Beta chapter of Sigma Kappa in the spring of 2017. She takes pride in the fact that being a Sigma Kappa allows her the opportunity to serve the community and great causes like the Alzheimer’s Association while still getting to make memories with her best friends and sisters.

Aunisha Leffridge

Vice President of Finance

Aunisha Leffridge is a senior Business Administration major. She plans to pursue a position in corporate with In-N-Out Burger because she is currently employed there. Fun face: She used to pay on the basketball at the University of La Verne.

Amanda Beltran

Panhellenic Delegate

Amanda Beltran is a fourth year communications major with an emphasis in broadcast journalism. Her dream job is working as a news producer at KTLA 5. She chose Sigma Kappa because she instantly felt at home and knew she would grow the most professionally, academically, and emotionally.