Chapter Officers

Melina Luetkehoelter

President

Melina is a senior this year and is majoring in Business Administration-Marketing. She is the head and heart of Epsilon Phi! She is most excited to give back to and lead the chapter that believed in her and helped her grow!

Callie Banholzer

Vice President of Operations

Callie is a senior this year and is majoring in Creative Writing. She has so many great ideas and is always helping others. She is excited to give back to the organization that has given her so much!

Olivia Baer

Vice President of New Member Education

Olivia is a junior this year and is majoring in Criminal Justice. She is warm and welcoming and she's so excited to show our New Members their potential and help them realize how great it is to be a Tri Sigma!

Caylea Flanagan

Recruitment Director

Caylea is a senior this year and is majoring in Anthropology. She is excited to take on the role of Recruitment Director because recruitment is where our new members first fall in love with our sisterhood!

Charlotte Tyminski

Treasurer

Charlotte is a senior this year and is majoring in Finance. She is full of great ideas and contributions to the chapter. She traveled to 6 different countries last summer and she's excited to use that experience to benefit our chapter!

Katelyn Hines

Secretary

Katelyn is a senior and is majoring in Business Administration. She has such a kind heart. She is overjoyed as our new secretary because this position gives her the opportunity to truly be there for the entire chapter.

Mallori McFalls

Education Director

Mallori is a junior this year and she is majoring in Education. She can't wait to use what she is learning in her major to help our sisters with their studies. It is great to have someone as smart as her to help guide us!

Bri Biel

Panhellenic Delegate

Bri is a senior this year and she is majoring in Psychology. Anyone with a soul this pure inevitably is loved by all. Bri loves that she gets to interact with other members of Greek organizations and strengthens those relationships by supporting the Panhellenic community.