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Chapter Officers

Molly Nylund


Molly Nylund is a junior at Lafayette College from Basking Ridge, NJ, double majoring in Film and Media Studies and Psychology. On campus she is a Marquis Fellow and CaPA Scholar involved in Student Government, Ambassadors of Lafayette, Lafayette’s Extended Orientation program, and Lafayette's Initiative for Malagasy Education. Molly is grateful for the genuine friendships she has formed and the continued support from her sisters who motivate and inspire her everyday. As President she hopes to have a meaningful impact on the chapter, giving back to her sisters who have given so much to her!

Livia Barclay

Vice President of External Affairs

Livia Barclay is a sophomore at Lafayette College from Sunderland, Vermont. She is currently in the process of creating her self-design major, communications. On campus, Livia is a member of Cadence, the all-female acapella group on campus. She is also a volunteer for Pen Pals, a group that connects college students through writing with local elementary schools. Livia loves KKG because of the amazing friendships and support systems it has provided her. She is beyond proud to be Kappas’s Vice President of External Affairs, highlighting all of the supportive, smart, and creative women she calls her sisters.

Megan Dursema

Vice President of Finance

Megan Dursema is a sophomore at Lafayette from Mahwah, New Jersey. She is a mathematics-economics major and data science minor. Megan is also a member of the running club, Lafayette Economics Research group and campus tour guide. Megan strives to achieve financial success for Kappa while also helping and collaborating with every member. She is grateful for all the happiness her sisters have brought her and the chance to give back to Kappa through her position.

Olivia Boeckman

Vice President of Internal Affairs

Olivia Boeckman is a junior at Lafayette College from Greenwich, Connecticut. She is double majoring in International Affairs and Government & Law. On campus, Olivia is captain of the tennis team, playing Number One Singles and Doubles her freshman and sophomore year and earning spots on the Second Team All Patriot League and Academic All-District Team rosters. She also currently represents Lafayette Women’s Tennis on the Student Athlete Advisory Committee and is serving on Student Government as a general body representative. Olivia is involved in the Oaks Leadership Academy and the Student Movement Against Cancer Club as well. Olivia loves Kappa because of the amazing friendships she has gained, and the opportunity to be surrounded by an inspiring group of girls every day. As Vice President of Internal Affairs, Olivia cannot wait to assist members to strive for their academic potential in the next year! 

Kate Coyne

Vice President of Member Development

Kate Coyne is a junior at Lafayette College from Westport, Connecticut. She is majoring in Psychology with a minor in Economics. On campus, she is a member of the investment club. Kate is thankful to be involved in Kappa Kappa Gamma in order to support the sisters who inspire her to be the most empowered version of herself.

Katie Blaisure

Vice President of Membership

Katie Blaisure is a junior from Norwich, New York majoring in Integrative engineering with a concentration in bioengineering. On campus I am an engineering peer mentor for first year engineering students. Kappa has given me the opportunity to find forever friendships with strong and inspiring women.  I am more than excited to share my passion and love for Kappa as the Vice President of Membership.

Elizabeth Miller

Vice President of Operations

Elizabeth Miller is a sophomore at Lafayette College from Springfield, New Jersey. She is double-majoring in Government and Law and Geology. On campus, Elizabeth is involved in the LEO orientation program, Lafayette Activities Forum, and the Lafayette Environmental Awareness and Protection Club. She works in the Student Involvement Office and was an Excel Scholar. As Vice President of Operations, Elizabeth hopes to highlight the amazing things her sisters and chapter work to achieve and improve Zeta Beta’s capacity for leadership excellence.

Caillin Burke

Vice President of Standards

Caillin Burke is a sophomore at Lafayette College from Towson, Maryland. She is majoring in Biology with a minor in Biotechnology/Bioengineering. On campus, she is involved in the Lafayette Student Alumni Council and serves on the Executive Board for Tri Beta National Biology Honor Society. Caillin also loves her role as an introductory Biology lab Teaching Assistant. She is grateful for the ways in which Kappa Kappa Gamma has broadened her network of support and empowerment through the close bonds she has formed. She is excited at the opportunity to continue the tradition of instilling confidence within such an amazing chapter.

Dorothy Fort

Event Director

Dorothy Fort is a Government and Law and Classics double major. She is from Charleston, South Carolina. On campus, Dorothy volunteer through the Landis Center and help with the Women’s Club Lacrosse Team. Events are something that bring the chapter together and Dorothy is super excited to take on this role and bring new ideas to the table. Working with Chapter Council and other members of the sorority, she is confident that it is going to be valuable and fulfilling year.

Annie Toohey

Panhellenic Delegate

Annie Toohey is a sophomore at Lafayette College. She is majoring in History and minoring in Organizational Skills. She is from Westport, Connecticut. On campus, Annie is a part of Lafayette Activities Forum, the Bicentennial Planning Committee, and is a Forte Foundation Affiliate. She is excited to be more involved within the Zeta Beta chapter and the panhellenic community at Lafayette. Her favorite part of Kappa is the community that it has given her and she is elated to work alongside her sisters on Chapter Council.

Maddie Cannon

Philanthropy Director

Maddie Cannon, a sophomore at Lafayette College from Long Island, New York, is majoring in English with a concentration in writing. Her campus involvement includes her role as Vice President of the Women's Club Lacrosse Team, Chair of Programming for the Mental Health Club, and Women in Law Club member. As the Philanthropy Director, she is passionate about supporting Mental Health America, aiming to deepen the conversation around mental health within her chapter and the wider community. Maddie looks forward to working alongside the inspiring and hardworking women of KKG, focusing on uplifting each other and all students on campus.

Haley Melvin

Ritual and History Director

Haley Melvin is a sophomore from Wayland, Massachusetts. She is an Economics major pursuing the Financial Policy & Analysis Certificate, as well as a minor in Psychology. On campus Haley is also the Treasurer of Women’s Club Lacrosse, a member of Cadence Acapella, and is a volunteer for Pen Pals. Haley is looking forward to working alongside her incredible and supportive sisters as well as strengthening her leadership skills through her new role as Ritual and History Director.

Sophia Lombardo

DEI Director

Sophia Lombardo is a sophomore at Lafayette from Staten Island, New York. She is a Government and Law major and an Anthropology and Sociology minor. On campus, she is an Ambassador of Lafayette and works with the Landis Center for Community Engagement through their Pen Pals Program. Sophia is so grateful to be apart of a talented group of Chapter Officers and is looking forward to working with other organizations at Lafayette to educate herself and her sisters on prevalent topics.

Ally Taylor

New Member Experience Director

Ally Taylor is a junior at Lafayette College from San Clemente, California. She is majoring in Psychology. On campus, Ally is the co-director of the National Alzheimer's Buddies Association chapter at Lafayette. She loves Kappa because of all the incredible relationships she has built with her sisters, and loves having a support system full of admirable people. As New Member Experience Director, Ally is beyond excited to welcome in MC ’24 and create a seamless transition into KKG for our new members. Her New Member Period was one of her favorite times in Kappa, and she cannot wait to share all of the amazing things our chapter has to offer with a brand new group of girls!

Sophia Fernandez

Facilities Director

Sophia Fernandez is a Sophomore at Lafayette College from Reston, Virginia. She is majoring in Psychology with a minor in Biology hoping to get into sports medicine. On campus, Sophia is also a Biology Lab Teaching Assistant, Pen Pals, and Club Field Hockey. Sophia is thankful to be surrounded by so many inspirational women and for all the opportunities that Kappa has given her. She is so excited to create a welcoming house environment!

Liv Albury

Administration Director

Liv Albury is a sophomore at Lafayette College from Washington DC. She is a Psychology Major and an Art minor. On campus she is apart of Lafayette Activities Forum, a member of the college’s Bicentennial Committee and a Pen pal volunteer. She is looking forward to working alongside her fellow sisters to make this the best year for Kappa.

Kathryn Duane

Alumnae Relations Coordinator

Kathryn Duane is a sophomore at Lafayette College from Ashland, Massachusetts. She is double majoring in Economics and Spanish, with a certificate in Financial Policy and Analysis. On campus, Kathryn is an active member and presenter of the Investment Club and the Women in Economics Club. She is an Extended Orientation Leader (LEO) and works part-time at the Lafayette Inn. Kathryn is very excited about both maintaining and forming relationships with alumnae, planning engaging events, and utilizing the Zeta Beta LinkedIn to keep everyone up to date on recent events and philanthropic success!

Annie Sherman

Membership Coordinator

Meet Annie Sherman! She is a sophomore at Lafayette college and in the chapter, studying anthropology and sociology with a minor in English. Some of the things she enjoys consist of playing club lacrosse on campus, reading, surfing, and spending time with friends and family. She has also loved getting to know and spend time with all of her fellow members of the chapter and looks forward to being involved as a coordinator for recruitment:)

Hailey Messer

Event Coordinator

Hailey Messer is a sophomore from Summit, New Jersey. She is majoring in Economics, minoring in English and pursuing a Financial Policy and Analysis Certification. On campus, Hailey is involved in Women’s Club Lacrosse, Women in Economics, Investment Club, and Lifeguarding. Hailey is so thankful for the meaningful relationships she has made through Kappa. As event coordinator Hailey is excited to work with the chapter to create successful philanthropic events.

Cecelia Sheldon

Bid Day & Preference Night Coordinator

Cecelia Sheldon is a sophomore at Lafayette College from Sudbury, Massachusetts. She is a Psychology major and is minoring in Organizational Studies. On campus, Cecelia is involved with the Landis Center for Community Engagement through their Pen Pals Program. As Bid Day and Pref Night Coordinator, Cecelia is excited to be working alongside her amazing and uplifting sisters and creating the most positive and welcoming community for new members!

Grace Needles

Community Service Coordinator

Grace Needles is a sophomore at Lafayette College from McLean, Virginia. She is majoring in Environmental Studies and minoring in Government & Law. On campus, Grace is involved in the eco-rep program and volunteers as a pen pal for the local elementary school. Kappa Kappa Gamma has given Grace a network of kind and inspiring lifelong friends. She has worked on various community projects throughout her life and is excited to help connect the amazing women of Kappa to the local community through service!

Camryn Roth

Artistic Coordinator

Camryn Roth is a sophomore at Lafayette College from Medford, New Jersey. Camryn is a Government and Law and Psychology dual major hoping to pursue a career in the field of law post graduation. Camryn cherishes the immense fortune of belonging to our Kappa sisterhood. In her role as the artistic coordinator, she values the bond and camaraderie that flourish through collaborative creativity, enhancing the love and spirit of our sorority.

Carly Bell

Academic Coordinator

Carly Bell is a sophomore from Dover, Massachusetts and is double majoring in Economics and Spanish with a minor in Data Science. On campus she is involved with the Women’s Club Soccer team, the Ski and Board Club, and the Language Learning Center. Carly is so grateful for everything Kappa has given her, from amazing friends and opporutnities, to a home away from home. Carly is excited to be more involved in the chapter and work with her sisters on excelling academically!