Chapter Officers

Grace Collins


Grace is a Sophomore from Exeter, NH, she intends to major in Public Health. Outside of her role as President of the Zeta chapter, Grace is on the Executive Board of Girl Up GW. This past year Grace worked as a rock climbing coach, camp counselor, and did research as a volunteer for the Area Health Education Center of the Seacoast Public Health Network. For Grace Sigma Kappa, "Is a group of women who have inspired me to become the best version of myself. Each woman in the Zeta chapter offers something unique to the GW community and I could not be more proud to wear my letters beside such an intelligent, strong, and driven group of women." As President, she hopes to continue learning from the sisters of the Zeta chapter, working to strengthen our values, and encouraging the engagement of Sigma Kappa within the GW and DC community.

Emma Gleysteen

Executive Vice President

Emma Gleysteen is a sophomore from Fairfield, Connecticut, majoring in Mechanical Engineering and minoring in Business Administration. In addition to serving as the Executive Vice President of the Zeta chapter, Emma is on the Networking Committee for the GW Women in Business (GWWIB) Spring Gala and is an Undergraduate Research Assistant in Professor Sarkar’s mechanical engineering lab. She has experience in multiple leadership positions, including Class President for all four years of her high school career, and is excited to use her experience to strengthen the leadership of Sigma Kappa. For Emma, “Sigma Kappa is a sisterhood filled with extremely diverse and powerful women who never cease to inspire each other and the community.” As Executive Vice President, Emma plans to close the gap between the general body and the Executive Council to create a more close-knit sisterhood.

Claire Vansell

Vice President of Programming

Olivia Sieff

Social Chair

Liv is a sophomore from Minneapolis, Minnesota majoring in Communications and History and minoring in Journalism and Mass Communications. In addition to serving as the Social Chairman, she also was Assistant to the Vice President of New Member Education. Outside of Sigma Kappa, she writes for The Rival GW, as well as being involved in GW Democrats. This past fall, Liv interned at The John F Kennedy Center for Performing Arts, as well as working as a summer camp counselor for the past two summers in Minnesota. She loves chocolate covered almonds and can normally be found in any given Corepower Yoga studio. For Liv, SK means “a group of driven, confident, supportive, and exciting group of women who you can feel completely yourself around. Sigma Kappa has taught me so much about loving and believing in yourself, as well as given me an incredible amount of support.” As Social Chairman, Liv hopes to plan exciting events that suit all members different desires and personalities, as well as integrating the chapter even further into the broader Greek community.

Claire Siwulec

Panhellenic Delegate

Claire Siwulec is a sophomore from Pacific Palisades, California, double majoring in Business Administration with a concentrating in Marketing and Dance. She is also a Presidential Scholar of the Arts for dance. In addition being the PanHel delegate, Claire works as an event coordinating intern for the start-up incubator 1776 and is apart the networking committee for GW Women in Business. When Claire is not in class or studying, you will find her in the dance studio, preparing for the Fall or Spring Dance Concert within TRDA. For Claire, “Sigma Kappa is so much more than a sorority; it is a diverse and empowered group of women who strive for excellence, while creating bonds and friendships that last a lifetime.” As PanHellenic Delegate, Claire promises to represent Sigma Kappa in the best way possible and create incredible relationships and active participation for all events across GW’s campus.

Miren Lopez

Vice President of Alumni Relations

Miren Lopez is a sophomore from Bilbao, Spain intending to double degree in Chemistry and International Affairs with a concentration in Global Public Health. As well as being the VPAR for the zeta chapter, Miren is also a public health advocate for Your Story International, involved with GW Democrats and has recently joined GW Women in Business. When she is not on campus, Miren can be always found at some hidden DC spot exploring the city or on a plane to some remote destination. For Miren, Sigma Kappa is the home she never thought she would find in the United States. “Having moved to a school in the other side of the world where I didn’t know anyone, the daily support and encouragement of these girls means everything to me. I find myself surrounded by strong, empowered and beautiful Sigma Kappa women every single day, who inspire me to become the best and truest version of myself. I am forever thankful for the friendships and relationships this chapter has brought to me.” As VPAR, Miren hopes to honor the phrase “Sigma Kappa is not for four years, but for life” by encouraging alumni involvement and creating a stronger bond between our collegiate chapter and the alumnae who live in DC.

Sarah Beethe

Vice President of New Member Education

Sarah is a sophomore from Denver, Colorado majoring in Geology and minoring in Geographic Information Systems. Outside of Sigma Kappa, Sarah volunteers with Moblze and Miriam's Kitchen, and works as an backcountry guide for children in Alaska over the summer. Sigma Kappa has brought Sarah a home and a family. She says, "It's one of the best decisions I've ever made. These women have helped me to grow in ways I never thought imaginable. My GW experience could not possibly be what it is without SK." As Vice President of New Member Education, Sarah hopes to teach others our values, act as a mentor for the New Members and encourage her sisters to integrate the Sigma Kappa tenets into their daily lives.

Sophie Wolfe

Vice President of Philanthropic Service

Sophie is a sophomore from Cohasset, Massachusetts majoring in Psychology on the Pre-Medicine track. Aside from her role as the Vice President of Philanthropic Services of the Zeta Chapter, Sophie continues her passion for service as a member of the Fundraising Committee for GW MEDLIFE (Medicine, Education, and Development for Low Income Families Everywhere). Here, she is working to raise funds to support medical clinics, education initiatives, and community service projects in developing countries such as Peru, Ecuador, Tanzania, and Nicaragua. For Sophie, “Sigma Kappa is a channel through which strong women are able to empower and assist each other in unimaginable ways. I see SK as a conduit for both friendship and personal growth.” As Vice President of Philanthropic Services, Sophie hopes to increase the involvement of Sigma Kappa members in local DC community service projects, as well as GW Interfraternity Council, Panhellenic, and Multicultural Greek Council philanthropy events.

Camilla Macera

Vice President of Membership

Camilla is a sophomore from Hope, Rhode Island majoring in Political Science with a minor in Psychology on a pre-law track. In addition to her role as Vice President of Membership, Camilla also has served as Social Media Design chair for the past two semesters creating artwork to promote Sigma Kappa’s social and philanthropic events. Outside of Sigma Kappa, Camilla serves on the leading committee for GW’s César Chávez and Dolores Huerta day and is a part of GW Women in Business (GWWIB). When not busy engaging in the GW community, she can be found at Soul Cycle or traveling across Europe. For Camilla, Sigma Kappa has superseded her expectations of a sorority, remarking “I remain in awe every day of how empowering and incredible each woman in the sisterhood is, and the strong network that has been fashioned between us.” As VPM, Camilla hopes to use recruitment as an instrument to shed light on our chapter and continue building our diverse sisterhood.

Analisa Bittner

Vice President of Finance

Analisa is a sophomore from Tampa, FL, but has also spent half of her life growing up in Germany. Her time in Germany inspired her to become the passionate International Business major she is today, while also continuing to study her culture as a German major as well. Analisa spent the last year serving as the SK Sisterhood Chair and coordinated the previous two sisterhood retreats. Outside of Sigma Kappa, she found her place in GW Women in Business on their Spring Conference marketing committee. For Analisa, “Sigma Kappa is a place where I can truly be myself while also feeling empowered with every decision I make. I don’t know where I’d be without it.” As VPF, Analisa hopes to make all the social events, sisterhood retreats, apparel, recruitment, and philanthropies come to life through the management of the annual budget.

Laura Geraci

Vice President of Scholarship

Laura Geraci is a sophomore from Needham, MA who is double majoring in Spanish and International Affairs with a concentration in Global Public Health. In addition to her role as Vice President of Scholarship, Laura has also served as the Public Relations Chair for the past semester. Outside of Sigma Kappa, Laura is one of the leaders of César Chávez and Dolores Huerta Day, volunteers with GW Project Impacto, and is interning with Spark Expeditions. She loves to travel, read, and cook in the house kitchen with her sisters. Laura values Sigma Kappa for the motivated, supportive, and diverse group of women it has brought into her life. She has become friends with women from many different walks of life who inspire and motivate her on a daily basis. As VPS, Laura plans to maintain the chapter’s academic excellence, help sisters manage stress, and foster healthy study habits.

Leyla Jimenez

Vice President of Communication

Leyla is a sophomore from Brooklyn, NY majoring in Psychology with a pre-med concentration. Aside from Sigma Kappa, she is also a member of the GW Womens Rugby Football team and GW's radio station WRGW. Additionally her love for kids has lead her to babysit for multiple families in both DC and Maryland. For Leyla, “SK surrounds me with others who are likeminded in their passion, hard work, and dedication to the GW community and beyond. The constant inspiration and support from all of my sisters has shaped me into the leader that I am today." As VPC, Leyla hopes to establish a more organized and efficient points system, in order to bring about more active engagement in areas of the chapter such as philanthropy, sisterhood, and scholarship. 

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