Sigma Omicron Chapter at University of Illinois

Kappa Delta

Our Officers

Megan Rudd


Megan Rudd is a Sophomore student studying Communications and Media and Cinema Studies. From Deerfield, IL, she is a former field hockey player and likes to be active. She is devoted to helping her fellow officers, chapter members, and the rest of the Panhellenic community interact and build upon our accomplishments. As the current President of Sigma Omicron chapter, Megan is in charge of governing the sorority and coordinating activities, our week-long philanthropy, fiduciary obligations, overseeing all of our officers, member growth & retention, and enforcing the bylaws. Megan is one of the most supportive and loving women in our chapter, and you will always be able to find her with a smile on her face.

Ami Goetz

VP New Member Education

Ami Goetz is a sophomore from Northbrook, IL studying Psychology and Social Work. As our New Member Educator, Ami will foster our new members after recruitment in the fall as they begin their journey within our chapter. Ami is in charge of integrating new members into our chapter and educating them about our traditions and history. Aside from being a notable member of our chapter, Ami is also a James Scholar and can be found mentoring other students in Psychology labs as well.

Kelly Nenninger

VP Membership

Kelly, our Vice President of Membership, is a Sophomore from Wheaton, IL. Being on the other side of recruitment this past fall, Kelly found passion in helping women like her find their home and became a part of our current council. Kelly is in charge of formal recruitment in the fall, and our sisterhood events and activities. She studies History in hopes of being a history teacher once she graduates from UIUC. Kelly was on her Cross Country team in high school and in her free time you can find her running around campus and exercising at our campus gym.

Margaret Kopoulos

VP Community Service

Margaret is a sophomore from Park Ridge studying Molecular and Cellular Biology and Psychology. As our Vice President of Community Service, she plans all of our events with the girl scouts, philanthropy events throughout the year, and Shamrock Week. She is following the footsteps of many community service officers who have helped us to raise thousands of dollars for Crisis Nursery and PCAA. Before serving as our VPCS, Margaret volunteered at Crisis Nursery. As a James Scholar, she is committed to her school work as well as extracurriculars such as LAS Leaders and the Undergraduate Psychology Association.

Autumn Anzell

VP Standards

Autumn is a sophomore studying Communications from Washington, IL. She is a dedicated Vice President of Standards and is in charge of our risk management policies and our standards board. She is very passionate about educating others when it comes to alcohol abuse and is an ACE-IT facilitator on campus. She is also an environmentally conscious vegan and is a member of the horticulture club on campus.

Nicole Dedes

VP Finance

Nicole is a freshman from Arlington Heights, IL in the college of business. Nicole is our Vice President of Finance and is in charge of managing our members' dues, budgeting for our chapter every semester, setting up payment plans, and organizing Omegafi. As a freshman on our council, she is paving the way for other freshman in our chapter to take on more responsibility.

Emily Potts

VP Operations

Emily Potts is a sophomore from Burr Ridge, IL studying Political Science and Italian. She is a vibrant and energetic member of our chapter as well as our Vice President of Operations. Emily is in charge of our appointed officers, the points system, and annual elections. She balances her work in Kappa Delta with the women's club lacrosse team and PRSSA.

Abby Mitchell

Panhellenic Delegate

Abby is a Freshman from Jacksonville, IL studying Communication. As our Panhellenic Delegate, Abby is responsible for all of our communications with the other members of the Panhellenic Council and the Panhellenic Community and helps to organize events that encompass the entire community. Being one of two freshmen on our council, Abby is setting a strong example for women older and younger by taking on a large leadership role in our chapter.