Sigma Kappa Sorority Celebrates Founders’ Day

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Members of Sigma Kappa Sorority, Theta Phi, UTC, hosted a Founders’ Day & Initiation Celebration at the Chattanoogan.

Collegiate members, alumnae, and guests enjoyed lunch, presentations of various awards, and a special program to honor their five founders that established the sorority 145 years ago in 1874.

Emma Darnell, Vice President of New Member Education, recognized 49 new initiates that the chapter welcomed into their sisterhood this year.  

Award recipients from Theta Phi, UTC include the following members: Emily Dowty, Ashley Ann Williams Award- Spring 2019; Katie Martin, Outstanding Executive Council Member; Courtney Keller, Karen Hampton Excellence in Leadership; Madison Matthews, Shining Pearl-Fall 2019; Kerrigan Hamilton, Kymm Sherman-Living our Values, Grace Giannunzio, Pearl New Member- Fall 2019; Gina Schmid, Most Outstanding Member; Molley Wright, Ashley Ann Williams- Fall 2019; Madison Dayton, Sisterhood Award; Sydney Gleaves, Pearl New Member-Spring 2019; Emma Darnell, Shelby Glisson “IMPACT” Award; Sadie Arbuthnot, Shining Pearl-Fall 2019, and Macie Ward, Theta Phi, Joan R. McNeil-Murray Outstanding Alumna Award.

The purpose of Sigma Kappa Sorority is to provide women lifelong opportunities and support for social, intellectual and spiritual development by bringing women together to positively impact communities.  To learn more, visit www.sigmakappa.org.

The Theta Phi Chapter of Sigma Kappa has been part of the Panhellenic community at UTC since Feb. 10, 1991.  http://utc.sigmakappa.org/



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