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Chapter Officers

Rachel Cohenour

President

Rachel is originally from La Jolla, California, but has grown up living in Washington, Connecticut, and California! After going to high school in Seattle, she fell in love with the Pacific Northwest and found Whitman to be the perfect fit! In addition to Kappa, she works at the Social Media Intern for the Alumni Relations Office on campus and is a Campus Visit Scheduler for the Office of Admission. Rachel is a junior Economics major who is hoping to go on to graduate school after Whitman to get her Masters in Business Administration. Rachel fell in love with the spirit of sisterhood within Kappa immediately, and never ceases to be amazed by the incredible women that she gets to call her sisters.

Abigail Kurtzman

Vice President Standards

Abigail is a Junior Politics major, Religion minor from Houston, TX. She just spent a semester interning in Washington D.C. and is so excited to be back with the sisters of Gamma Gamma! Other than participating in all things Kappa, Abigail works as a Phonathon caller in the Office of Annual Giving and attends Greek Woman's Small Group. In her free time, she enjoys hiking at Bennington Lake, eating breakfast food, and discussing how much she loves the South. Abigail has sat on the Standards committee for three semesters prior to becoming VPS and is looking forward to continuing to better Gamma Gamma chapter in her position!

Chaney Coman

VP Organization

Chaney is a sophomore Environmental Studies-Geology major from a small, rural town called Winters in California. In her free time, she enjoys reading, learning about agriculture, and playing with dogs. Chaney's favorite part about Kappa is living, working, and spending time with such fun, capable, dedicated, and supportive friends!

Jill Low

VP Academic Excellence

Jill is a sophomore Psychology major and Art History minor from Portland, OR. She's a member of Whitman's Swim Team and enjoy spending time with her teammates. On campus she also lifeguards and teaches swim lessons. She loves working with kids and hopes to pursue a career working with children in psychology. Jill loves dogs and baking and is also passionate about architecture and interior design. Her favorite thing about Gamma Gamma is the truly supportive group of women she's found that are constantly there for her.

Rachael Haggen

Marshal

Rachael is a junior Geology major from beautiful Walnut Creek, California. You can easily find her snuggling in her big comfy bed watching Netflix, listening to her ever-growing vinyl collection, or cuddling with her cats, Biscotti and Rifiki. Rachael plans on studying abroad this summer in Sardinia, Italy where she will get to look at rocks, do other cool geology related things, and eat tons of Italian food. Rachael’s favorite thing about Gamma Gamma is the truly inspiring sisterhood that she gets to be a part of every day.

Zoe Guckenheimer

Recruitment Chair

Zoe is a Junior Art Major from Kirkland, Washington. She is interested in art, music, and travel. Her favorite things about Gamma Gamma chapter are the passionate women who belong to it, the leadership, and the philanthropic opportunities which allow our chapter to make significant impacts in our communities!

KC Cook

Recording Secretary

KC is a junior Physics/Pre-Engineering major with Math and Spanish double minors. She's from Portland, Oregon and has lived there her whole life. KC used to play basketball for the school but decided to stop playing earlier this year which means she could have a lot more time for friends, dancing, and Kappa. Overall, KC enjoy our chapter's drive to help our community.

Amanda Li

Corresponding Secretary

Amanda is from the Bay Area, California, specifically Hercules, a small town in the East Bay. After spending her entire life in California, she decided to go all the way to Walla Walla after falling in love with Whitman during the Spring Visitor's Day her senior year. In addition to Kappa, Amanda is on the varsity swim team at Whitman and also works as a lifeguard. Amanda is an Environmental Studies - Biology major and plans to be a Classical Studies minor. She loves the environment and conservation, fluffy animals, and eating lots of snacks. Her favorite thing about Kappa is the huge support system she has found in every aspect of her college life and the fact that she can always rely on her sisters to put a smile on her face.

Katie Sisson

Treasurer

Katie grew up in Olympia, Washington is currently majoring in biology and minoring in chemistry on the pre-health track toward becoming a physician's assistant. In addition to Kappa, she's involved in several other aspects of campus including being a member of the varsity volleyball team, working as both a volleyball coach and in game management for our athletic competitions on campus, and representing her team in the ACE program, which works to inform about consent-based issues and work to prevent issues pertaining to sexual assault on campus. Katie enjoys traveling, doing nearly anything outside, spending time with her family, friends, and of course her dogs, and searching out new food, activities, or adventures to try. For Katie, our chapter was a great way for her to connect with women on campus outside of her volleyball teammates. Her favorite thing about Kappa is that she feels lucky enough to be introduced to so many powerful women from unique backgrounds with fresh perspectives. Katie says that her sisters inspire her to view life from a multitude of perspectives and strive to improve every day!

Elise Feider

Education

Elise is a junior Art History and Politics double major from Seattle, Washington. She enjoys pretending to speak French, drinking copious amounts of black coffee, and hanging out with her thirteen year old golden retriever. Elise dreams of doing repatriation work with stolen artifacts and amassing a teacup collection in her near future. Her favorite thing about Chapter Council is the opportunity it provides to creatively assist her sisters in mobilizing and organizing towards their goals and dreams!

Jackie Greisen

New Member

Jackie is a sophomore Film & Media Studies / Sociology double major from Seattle, Washington. Jackie works as a Media Development Intern for Whitman Tech Services and is a photographer for the school newspaper. She loves jamming to show tunes, drinking dark chocolate mochas, eating almond butter, making How I Met Your Mother jokes, and doodling in her school notebooks. She loves Gamma Gamma, loves all the friends she's had the opportunity to make through it, and is excited to serve on Chapter Council to share her love for Kappa with all the New Members!

Mikaela Slade

Philanthropy

Mikaela is a Sophomore studying Data Science and Geographical Modeling. She is from Santa Cruz, California and could not be happier to be at Whitman. Mikaela is involved in several other programs outside of Kappa such as, Whitman's Investment Company and ASWC Sustainability and outdoor exploration. She is so inspired that an organization like Kappa has the power to produce funding for organizations from $27 - $50 thousand. Mikaela says she wants to carry on the presence that Kappa has on and off Whitman's campus because of how impactful we can be on this community.

Claire Mangan

Risk Management

Claire is a sophomore from Seattle, WA. She is a Spanish major with a minor in Chemistry. After college, she hopes to attend medical school and eventually have her own practice in a Spanish speaking community or country. Claire is also one of the Greek Advocate representatives for Kappa. Additionally, she enjoys visiting her adopted grandparent once a week, going for runs, color coding her planner, and watching Greys Anatomy. Kappa has shown Claire what it means to be a strong and confident woman. Gamma Gamma has given her a kind and supportive community of women that have made her college experience amazing and she is looking forward to giving back to the chapter as Risk Manager.

Caroline Karschney

Public Relations

Caroline is a sophomore psychology major and biology minor interested in pursuing animal assisted psychotherapy after graduate school. Along with psychology, Caroline has a strong passion for physical health. She is a certified hot-yoga instructor and is hoping to get certified to teach spin this upcoming spring! In addition, she enjoys watching Scandal on Netflix, vegan cooking, and cuddling with her Labrador, Harley. Caroline loves gamma gamma because of the constant support system and the amazing friends that she would not have met outside of KKG.

Nora Leitch

Event

Nora is a junior Sociology and Film & Media Studies major from Baltimore, MD. She loves watching movies, listening to music, and hanging with all of her sisters! Besides being the Event Chair for Gamma Gamma, Nora works in the Admission Office and is the Intern for the Academic Resource Center at Whitman. This summer, and after college, Nora hopes to work in New York or Los Angeles for a television, media, or documentary company. Her favorite thing about Gamma Gamma is the life-long friends she had made through Kappa!

Andrea Hood

Registrar

Andrea is a sophomore Psychology major, with French and Biology minors who is was born and raised in Bellevue, Washington. Having always been interested in criminal justice and the criminal mind, she intends on pursuing a career in Forensic Psychology. When not studying or watching murder mysteries, she enjoys reading anything by Kurt Vonnegut, doing wood-burn art, and cuddling with her dog Floyd. One of her favorite things about Kappa is constantly being surrounded by so many genuine, intelligent, strong, and unique women. She also enjoys the philanthropy opportunities that come from Kappa that allow its members to connect on a real level with the community.

Ally Collier

Panhellenic Delegate

Ally is a sophomore from Redmond, WA. She is planning on being a math major with a possible computer science minor. She's involved on various other activities on campus as well including playing varsity golf which takes up a lot of her time. She's golfed since she was five years old. Ally also loves to spend time with kids and to tutor. She participates in the local Friends of Walla Walla program and the Whitman program Classroom Connection where she tutors at Walla Walla High School once a week. Her favorite part of Kappa is meeting girls she might not have met otherwise and being more involved on campus.

Chloe Holaso

House

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