Mu Chapter at Millsaps College

Kappa Delta

Our Officers

Madalyn Burke


President of Kappa Delta serves as a mentor and guide for the other members of council. My primary responsibility is to be there for the council members and the chapter to support them in everything that they do. Joining Kappa Delta has been one of the most fulfilling experiences I have had in my life! I became President of Kappa Delta because I wanted to give back to an incredible group of girls who have given so much to me. I wanted to take all the skills and confidence that Kappa Delta has instilled in me and pass it on to the future generations of Mu Chapter. My sisters have pushed me to achieve more than I ever thought I could . The encouragement and guidance, among numerous other reasons, is why I love Kappa Delta!

  • Year: Sophomore
  • Major(s): Business Administration and Communication Studies
  • Hometown: Vicksburg, MS
  • External Involvement: Sophomore Senator for the Student Body Association, Millsaps Roteract, & Pine Lake College Leadership Team

Sarah Hayek

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 wanted to serve on council again because I am passionate about Kappa Delta ritual because I think that our ritual is what sets us apart from other sororities. In addition, I wanted to join council again to continue to lead our chapter in preparation for our official visit in the spring. Overall, serving on council gives members the opportunity to challenge themselves by setting examples for the chapter, trying new things, as well as striving for that which is honorable, beautiful, and highest.

  • Year: Junior
  • Major: Biochemistry (Pre-Med)
  • Minor: Mathematics
  • Hometown: Greenville, MS
  • External Involvement: Millsaps Women's Tennis, Junior Senator for the Student Body Association, Foundations Leader, Catholic Student Association, & Tri-Beta President

Grace Babin


As VP-Membership, I am in charge of everything sisterhood! I host events & do my best to make sure every sister is happy as a Kappa Delta! I also plan & execute formal recruitment! I do so by hosting workshops to teach our members everything they need to know about Kappa Delta and the recruitment process. I also recruit new members by sharing with them the amazing qualities of our sisterhood and of our values as KD's. I joined council to grow as a person and to ensure my sisters have a great experience in Kappa Delta just as I did! Love in AOT!

  • Year: Junior
  • Major: Business with a concentration in Entrepreneurship
  • Minor: Philosophy, Law, & Society
  • Hometown: New Orleans, LA
  • External Involvement: 1 Campus 1 Community & Enable America

Hannah Mattke

VP- Operations

As VP-Operations I am focused on making sure the chapter is reaching its full academic potential, overseeing our Omegafi program, making sure each officer is fulfilling their duties, and making the transition phase of all leadership positions as easy as possible. Kappa Delta has helped me grow into the person I am today. If it was not for these girls, I would have never thought I would hold a position on council. I am so thankful that I can be surrounded by so many confident individuals that help me believe in myself and my abilities. I am so excited to give back to the chapter by encouraging each member to be the best KD lady they can be, starting with leadership skills and academic success!

  • Year: Sophomore
  • Major: Biology
  • Hometown: Lafayette, LA
  • External Involvement: Millsaps Volleyball

Abby Ott

VP-Community Service

As VP-Community Service, I get the opportunity to encourage my sisters to participate in acts of service inside and outside of our circle. I’m so excited to be able to raise funds and awareness for our philanthropies while also instilling confidence in the women involved in these organizations. I’m so grateful to be elected to such an important position in a time where we especially need to be thinking of our communities. Kappa Delta and the strong women within it have changed me for the better and helped build me into the woman you see today. I’m truly honored to be serving alongside these women on the Mu chapter of Kappa Delta council.

  • Year: Sophomore
  • Major: Communications Studies
  • Minor: Spanish Language
  • Hometown: Dallas, TX
  • External Involvement: Presidential Ambassador & Canterbury Club

Regan Cooper

VP-Public Relations

As VP-Public Relations, I get the opportunity to promote our chapter and members to our surrounding communities. It's my job to maintain the public image of Kappa Delta as well as our relationships with alumni, Millsaps College, the surrounding community, and our fellow greek organizations on campus. It's an honor to be able to showcase my sisters and all that it means to be a Kappa Delta, even in daily life. I joined council as a way to contribute more to the organization that has already given me so much. Holding a leadership position within KD is the perfect environment to grow my leadership skills and continue developing the relationships I hold so close with my sisters. I am beyond excited to serve as VP-Public Relations because I have the unique opportunity to foster professional connections within the chapter and show off all of my sisters and their accomplishments. Kappa Delta is my home, and I'm so excited to be able to provide back to an organization that loves each of its' members so dearly. AOT!! <3

  • Year: Sophomore
  • Major: Biochemistry (Pre-Med0
  • Minor: Business Administration
  • Hometown: Plano, TX
  • External Involvement: Millsaps Volleyball, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Catholic Student Association, Tri-Beta Biology Club, Wildlife Conservation and Hunting Club, & The Collective Bible Study

Riley Ely


As VP Standards, my job is to uphold the values of Kappa Delta. Being a KD means that you hold yourself to a higher standard. I am honored to have the opportunity to help hold my sisters to that high standard while serving as a peer they can lean on and trust. I am very excited to serve on council this year and can't wait to give it my all!

  • Year: Sophomore
  • Major: Biology
  • Minor: Chemistry
  • Hometown: Prairieville, LA
  • External Involvement: Millsaps Women's Soccer

Taylor Weintrett


As VP-Finance, it is my job to make sure every member is upholding their financial obligation to the sorority. I create and manage a yearly budget, handle reimbursements for the chapter, and allocate monthly dues. My sisters in Mu Chapter continue to inspire me to become a better and more confident woman and leader. All of their love and support gave me the desire to continue to give back to them and represent them on our council for another year. I hope to be a good example and lead in a way that instills confidence, support, acceptance, and strength within our amazing sisterhood!

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

Emalie Dickey


As secretary I manage the itinerary of all formal Kappa Delta meetings and the attendance of members. Secretary is an important position because it serves as the chapter's accountability and documentation measures. It's an honor to be able to preserve the history of our chapter and hold my peers to the highest standards! Kappa Delta has given me so much over this past year and I've wanted to give back to the chapter ever since I joined. My sisters inspire so much confidence in me and I will forever be grateful for that.

  • Year: Sophomore
  • Major: Neuroscience
  • Hometown: Monroe, LA
  • External Involvement: Tri-Beta Biology Club, Psychology Club, AED Pre-Health Club, & The Catholic Student Association

Kati Albright

Panhellenic Delegate

As Panhellenic Delegate, I am responsible for maintaining our good relationships with Millsaps College and the other sororities on the row. I get to attend weekly meetings where I represent Kappa Delta with my vote on important topics within the campus and greek community. It's an honor to have been appointed to this position because, not only do I get to be the voice of my chapter, but I also know that my sister's believe in me and my ability to represent them well. I’m thrilled to be able to serve Kappa Delta this year as Panhellenic delegate. I hope to continue to display Mu chapter's love for the entire greek community!

  • Year: Sophomore
  • Major: Business Administration
  • Hometown: Pearlington, MS
  • External Involvement: Millsaps Women's Golf
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