Mu Chapter at Millsaps College

Kappa Delta

Our Officers

Rebecca Falls


As President, I hold a dual role of leader and manager. My main responsibility is to oversee the operations of the chapter council. I delegate tasks to members of council and ensure that council members are fulfilling the duties of their respective offices. Kappa Delta is a major part of how I have become the woman I am today. The organization has inspired me to become a leader driven with passion, determination and confidence, and as a result, I aspire to be a President who leads by example guided by the values and traditions Kappa Delta was founded on.

  • Year: Junior
  • Major: Accounting
  • Hometown: Minter City, MS

Sophia Lester

VP-Member Education

As VP-Member Education, it's my responsibility to make sure new members feel welcomed into our chapter by being both a friend and mentor for them. I have the privilege of teaching them everything from our values to ritual to the history of Kappa Delta. The new member period is a vital part of their experience, and my goal is to make it a lot of fun and pass our love for this sisterhood along to the new members. I chose to run for Council because I wanted develop my leadership skills by also helping out with something I really care about. I'm very thankful to Kappa Delta for giving me true friends that I know will be there to support me along the way and long after college.

  • Year: Junior
  • Major: Accounting
  • Hometown: Shreveport, LA

Marlee Stewart


As VP-Membership, my main focuses are recruitment and sisterhood. I work to create an environment that will make more girls want to join Kappa Delta, and do so by holding workshops and running primary recruitment. I also work to uphold the moral of sisterhood by creating sisterhood events for members. I worked to attain this position because of my love for recruitment and sisterhood. I plan to express my love for these areas by doing everything I can to keep them great.

  • Year: Sophomore
  • Major: Biology
  • Hometown: Vicksburg, MS

Gray Barron

VP- Operations

Kappa Delta has impacted my life by allowing me to become more social and because I am more social I am able to challenge myself to new endeavors.

  • Year: Junior
  • Major: Studio Art
  • Hometown: Little Rock, AR

Sarah Rimmer

VP-Community Service

As VP-Community Service I plan all philanthropy events, including events with the Girl Scouts and Shamrock events which help prevent child abuse in America. Being a member of Kappa Delta has brought so many amazing things into my life in such a short time. I have acquired life long friends, a new confidence in myself, and attributes that will help me succeed not only on campus but in life. I know that the trials and lessons that I will experience through Kappa Delta will make me a more confident, stronger woman

  • Year: Junior
  • Major: Biochemistry
  • Hometown: Bay Saint Louis, MS

Caroline Guilbeau

VP-Public Relations

As VP-Public Relations I am the ambassador for Mu Chapter of Kappa Delta to the Millsaps, Jackson, and greek communities. It is my job to maintain a public image of our chapter that represents the values of Kappa Delta that we strive to uphold everyday. I joined Council because I knew that it would help me acquire great leadership skills that I will use in any career I pursue. I also wanted to be able to see what goes on behind the scenes of KD. Personally, Kappa Delta has made me an all around better woman. It has allowed my social and communication skills to flourish. In just a short time here in KD, I have made lifelong friendships that I know will last far beyond my four years at Millsaps.

  • Year: Sophomore
  • Major: Accounting
  • Minor: Political Science
  • Hometown: Galliano, LA

Mary Austin Willis


As VP-Standards I ensure the safety of all our chapter members and handle our chapter’s risk management. This is done through monitoring social media, overseeing our social functions, and ensuring the wellbeing of each member. I am also in charge of our chapter’s academics where I guarantee that all of members are excelling academically. The positions that I’ve held in our chapter and the women that I have befriended through Kappa Delta have given me so much growth and experience that I would not have gotten without this sorority. I joined council to not only continue my leadership growth, but to also give back to the chapter that I love so dearly.

  • Year: Sophomore
  • Major: Business Administration
  • Minor: Creative Writing
  • Hometown: St. Francisville

Sarah Maddox


As secretary for KD, my position focuses on making sure that other council members meet deadlines, making sure to account for who is present and who is excused at chapter and chapter events, working with the GIN System, and working with Nationals to help New Members through their initiation stages and awards after initiation.

  • Year: Sophomore
  • Major: Psychology
  • Hometown: Marietta, GA

Rebecca Harris


As VP-Finance it is my job to make sure every member is upholding their financial obligation to this sorority. I create and manage a yearly budget, handle reimbursements for the chapter, and assign dues. Kappa Delta has given me more confidence in my every day life while consistently pushing my limits and boundaries as a student, sister, and leader. I would have never been able to accomplish all that I have in college without the support of my sisters. Kappa Delta has given me so many valuable skills and opportunities that I will take with me beyond my college years.

  • Year: Junior
  • Major: Business Admin. & Economics
  • Hometown: Raymond, MS

Abby Tidwell

Panhellenic Delegate

As Panhellenic delegate, I am the representative for KD on the Panhellenic Council. I communicate with the other women’s Greek organizations on campus and assist in planning or organizing Panhellenic events.

  • Year: Sophomore
  • Major: Neuroscience
  • Hometown: Pontotoc, MS
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