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About Us

Courtney Wetzel, President

Courtney Wetzel, President

Sydney Brignole, Treasurer

Sydney Brignole, Treasurer

Peyton Puckett, Recruitment Chair

Peyton Puckett, Recruitment Chair

Erin Boeck, Panhellenic Delegate

Erin Boeck, Panhellenic Delegate

Ellie Notzon, Vice President

Ellie Notzon, Vice President

Caitlin Nutt, New Member Educator

Caitlin Nutt, New Member Educator

Molly Jones, Songfest Chair

Molly Jones, Songfest Chair

Adriana Morillo, Social Chair

Adriana Morillo, Social Chair

Bailey Bench, Secretary

Bailey Bench, Secretary

Courtney Jackson, Personnel Chair

Courtney Jackson, Personnel Chair

Angela Threadgill, Director of Programming

Angela Threadgill, Director of Programming

Claire Beaty, House President

Claire Beaty, House President


courtney wetzel, President

"As President, I oversee all of the Executive Board positions and maintain constant communications with our chapter's Advisory Board and National Chi Omega Headquarters. It is such a privilege to serve in this role, and I've truly grown because of this incredible organization of remarkable women."

aggiechiopresident@gmail.com

ellie notzon, Vice President

"As the Vice President of Xi Kappa my role includes encouraging chapter members in academic excellence, providing fun and exciting incentives, and maintaining a strong relationship with our alumnae. I'm grateful for this opportunity to serve our chapter and look forward to the year ahead!”

ellie04@me.com

bailey bench, Secretary

"As secretary for the Xi Kappa chapter, I record minutes at events, oversee and track attendance of our members, and serve as a mediator between our chapter and national headquarters. It is an absolute joy and privilege to serve the incredible women of Xi Kappa! They remind me daily of how thankful I am to be a Chi O and to serve as secretary within our chapter.”

aggiechiosecretary@gmail.com

sydney brignole, Treasurer

“As Treasurer of the Xi Kappa Chapter of Chi Omega, I am responsible for creating and managing our budget, which is allocated to fixed expenses and 12 executive positions. I am an Accounting major, and I love being able to apply what I have learned in my classes to an organization that I am passionate about.”

 aggiechiotreasurer@gmail.com

caitlin nutt, New Member Educator

“As the New Member Educator I get the privilege of creating relationships with our new pledge class and engaging with them on a deeper level. I develop their knowledge of Chi Omega and work to provide and serve them so that they may obtain the best new member experience. I am also responsible for educating the entire chapter on rituals, history, and traditions.”

cae.michelle12@tamu.edu

courtney jackson, Personnel Chair

“As the Personnel Chair, I am responsible for ensuring that our chapters high standards are upheld at all times. This position provides me with the opportunity to serve, lead, and learn from an incredible group of girls.”

courtneyfjackson12@gmail.com

peyton puckett- recruitment chair

"As Recruitment Chair I have the privilege of planning our formal recruitment in the fall with help from a great team of women. We are grateful for this opportunity to use our skills to show potential new members the many reasons we love Chi Omega."

peytopuck@gmail.com

molly jones- SONGFEST CHAIR

"This year, I am lucky enough to serve as our 2016 Songfest Chair. The spirit of Songfest is one of both giving to others and giving your all to one cause. Songfest has made an incredible impact on my time at Texas A&M and with Xi Kappa, bringing me memories and friendships. I am ecstatic to be able to watch Songfest grow as it touches the lives of people across our campus, the community and the country."

mollyb.jones@yahoo.com

angela threadgill, director of programming

“As Cardinal Cabinet Chair, I am grateful to have the privilege to promote Chi Omega’s six purposes: Sisterhood, Scholarship, Career and Personal Development, Service, Social, and Campus Activities. I am passionate about providing ways for girls in our chapter to feel even more loved and involved in Chi Omega and our great university, and I cannot wait to serve the chapter in this way.”

athreadgill.14@tamu.edu

erin boeck, Panhellenic Delegate

“As Panhellenic Delegate, I serve as the liaison between Chi Omega and the rest of the Greek community and oversee our social media outlets. I have loved promoting Chi Omega’s best interest while building relationships with other chapters.”

aggiechiodelegate@gmail.com

adriana morillo, Social Chair

“I’m the Social Chair for Chi Omega this year, and I am so excited to serve our chapter in this capacity. As Social Chair, I plan four date parties and two formals for our chapter throughout the year. I love channeling my passion for entertainment and design into this role”

adrianacmorillo@gmail.com

Claire beaty, House President

“As the Chi Omega House President this semester, I have the privilege of serving as the liaison between Exec, House Corporation, Mama Russell, House Girls, and parents relating all things that happen at the Chi Omega house. It’s a unique opportunity to serve our chapter through my position, and I hope to strengthen, encourage, and build strong relationships with the girls in our chapter during my term.”

 


Founded: April 5, 1895, University of Arkansas

TAMU Chapter Chartered: Xi Kappa, 1975

Flower: White Carnation

Symbols: Owl, Skull and Crossbones

Colors: Cardinal and Straw

Philanthropy: Make a Wish foundation, Still Creek Ranch

Chi Omega’s Six Purposes: Friendship, High Standards of Personnel, Sincere Learning and Credible Scholarship, Participation in Campus Activities, Career Development, and Community Service