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Officers

Brynn Rush

President

Major: Marketing Hometown: Spring, TX "My job as president is to lead my chapter into success and help my sisters grow to their full potential."

Haley Boone

Vice President I - Coordinator of Committees

Major: Nursing with a minor in health Hometown: Sour Lake, TX "I plan and coordinate all philanthropy events and fundraisers to raise money and awareness for Breast Cancer. I am also over our Program Council in planning events such as social and sisterhood events!"

Tristan Rice

Vice President II - New Member Coordinator

Major: Criminal Justice Hometown: Diboll, TX "I focus mostly on the New Members and helping them have the best experience and welcoming them to ZTA! I will also do everything I can to help them feel the love within our chapter and know that Zeta is Forever, not just 4 years!"

Becca Rasberry

Vice President III - Membership Chairman

Major: Marketing Hometown: Tarkington, TX "My job as the VPIII Recruitment/Membership Chairman is to help our chapter recruit the most noble women on campus. Outside of recruitment, the most important part of my position is to make sure every member in our sorority feels a sense of belonging and love in ZTA!"

Morgan Dodgen

Secretary

Major: Mass Communication Hometown: Haslet, TX "My job as Recording Secretary is to take chapter meeting minutes as well as Executive Committee meeting minutes. I also keep track of our points system and take attendance at all of our events. Getting this position was really rewarding because this past year I served as Recording Secretary Assistant and Corresponding Secretary on our Program Council. I can't wait to serve on EC this year and help improve my chapter the best I can!"

Carsyn Allen

Treasurer

Major: Political Science with a minor in legal studies Hometown: Joshua, TX "I plan to make the best financial decisions for the chapter as a whole. I also plan to be open and engaging with everyone and make this term that best I can! I'm excited for EC because I get to grow closer with my sisters and lead our chapter to greatness while having fun and loving those within and without our circle."

Maddie Jones

Historian-Reporter

Major: Psychology Hometown: Dallas, TX "My job is pretty fun... I get to show off all of my amazing sisters and their accomplishments! Being Historian, I get to capture memories throughout the year and get to share them on social media platforms! It's already been such an honor to have this job and I can't wait to continue capturing the moments that we all want to remember forever, because it's not just 4 years, zeta is forever!"

Ryane VanMeter

Ritual Chairman

Major: Business Marketing Hometown: Kingwood, TX "As the Ritual Chairman I have the important role of making sure the chapter follows the Fraternity's rituals as written. No chapters are exactly the same, but the ritual is the bond that keeps all chapters together and makes Zeta Tau Alpha unique. The Ritual Chairman overlooks the rituals and makes sure they are presented with respect and formality, according to all written guidelines. I am responsible for helping our chapter view the ceremonies with all their symbolism and meanings behind them."

Audrey Schleicher

Risk Reduction & Education Chairman

Major: Education Hometown: The Woodlands, TX "I make sure everybody is safe at all times and educate our members on issues regarding the safety of themselves and others and also the importance of mental health."

Sophia Ruata

Panhellenic Delegate

Major: Health Care Administration Hometown: Tomball, TX "My job as Panhellenic delegate is to encourage and ensure our members are well rounded on campus and actively giving back to the community!"

Jacqueline Cabrera

Academic Achievement Chairman

Major: Criminal Justice Hometown: Houston, TX "My position as Academic Achievement Chairman is to motivate members to study and provide techniques and strategies to reach their academic goals individually and as a chapter."

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