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Madison Garrison


The President is the leader of the chapter and the chapter's hostess and ambassador.

Elizabeth Brannon

Vice President I- Coordinator of Committees

The VPI plans and coordinates a strong, well-balanced chapter program that is relevant to the needs and desires of the chapter. She serves as the chairman of Program Council (PC) and acts as the liaison between PC and EC.

Lindsey Meeks

Vice President II- New Member Coordinator

The VPII is responsible for preparing new members for a lifetime association with Zeta Tau Alpha. Although each chapter member has a responsibility to the new members, the Second Vice President is their primary contact and is charged with organizing, coordinating, and executing a strong new member program that blends the interests, aims, and activities of the new members and the initiated members into a unified whole.

Aneliese Hebenstreit

Vice President III- Membership Chairman

The Third Vice President has responsibility for member recruitment and retention. She coordinates all recruitment efforts and events.

Morgan Banker


The Treasurer is charged with the financial stability of the chapter. Although fiscal health is the concern of every member, the Treasurer manages and is responsible for all chapter money management.

Amber Prevallet


The Historian-Reporter provides a bridge from the past to the future as she maintains the chapter’s historical record, including the scrapbook, and any archival materials. As the chapter reporter, she is the link between the chapter and alumnae, the campus, the National Fraternity, and the general public.

  • Majors: Geology and Geophysics
  • Minor: Spanish Language and Culture
  • Hometown: Arnold, MO
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Panhellenic Delegate

The Panhellenic Delegate is ZTA’s ambassador to the rest of the greater fraternity/sorority community.

Katie Linn

Ritual Chairman

The Ritual Chairman sees that rituals are presented with dignity, pride and respect according to all written guidelines. She is responsible for helping the chapter view the ceremonies with all their symbolism and meaning.

  • Major: Civil Engineering
  • Minor: Spanish Language and Culture
  • Hometown: Olathe, KS
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Madysen Henke

Risk Reduction and Education Chairman

The Risk Reduction and Education Chairman coordinates educational programming and risk prevention efforts for the chapter. She educates the chapter about ZTA National Policies, risk reduction procedures and safe social event management.

Natalie Loeffler

Recording Secretary

The Recording Secretary is responsible for managing, disseminating and maintaining chapter information and records. Other responsibilities include writing reports for international office and revising the bylaws to help the chapter operate efficiently.

Delaney Neeley

House Manager

The House Manager is responsible for keeping the house in order and maintained. She acts as the liaison between any maintenance workers, the house director, and the chapter.

Emma Nicks

Academic Achievement Chair

The Academic Achievement Chair has the responsibility of guiding sisters towards academic success. She knows all campus resources available to students, and manages both the online and physical file systems for the house.

Peyton Bradley

Philanthropy Chair

With this being the first year that Eta Theta has had a Philanthropy Chair, she will increase the bandwidth of our national philanthropy project in Rolla, MO, supporting Breast Cancer Education and Awareness. Partnering with Bright Pink and the American Cancer Society, she will work to increase the support of community awareness through philanthropy dinners, community service projects, and exciting new campus events.

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