Meet Our Executive Board
In January 2020 the Rho Chapter welcomed nine amazing women to lead our chapter over the next year. The following women form the Executive Board, the governing body charged with overseeing the progress, well-being, and health of the chapter. The sisters of Rho cannot wait to see the amazing things these women will accomplish in the year to come.
Haley F. Clark
Haley studies Communication and Creative Writing with minors in Leadership and Public Policy. While she is native to the Bay Area, Haley grew up in Denver. She is passionate about volunteering, and loves to partake in community service as well as reading, writing, and eating good food with friends. She has had so many great memories in the Rho chapter, and is excited to serve as President for the next year.
Vice President of Membership
Kylie Swinmurn is a junior from Portland, OR and holds majors in criminology and psychology with minors in international studies, political science, and sociolegal studies. She loves traveling and exploring new places around the world and throughout her new home state. She loves DZ for the bonds she’s made with each of the girls and the connections she has with sisters across the country.
Vice President of New Member Education
Annie is from Dayton Ohio and she is studying Sociology with minors in Public Policy and Sustainability. She loves skiing, eating good food, and doing jigsaw puzzles! Annie loves DZ because of all of the amazing relationships she's made through this sorority and the laughs and fun adventures she's had since joining.
Vice President of Programs
Annie is a Junior and is studying International Business with minors in Business Ethics and Legal Studies. She is from Pleasanton, California, and loves DZ. Some of her favorite memories in Delta Zeta are staying up all night with some of her best friends just talking about Bid Day when her soon-to-be best friend, and little, ran home to DZ!
Vice President of Philanthropy
Naitra is studying Psychology and Molecular Biology with minors in Chemistry, Leadership, and Gender and Women's Studies. She is currently a Junior and is from Fort Collins, Colorado. Her favorite memory about Delta Zeta was living in the house. From all the late nightt dance parties, to deep life talks while eating cheesecake, it was so much fun to get to know everyone and frow closer. She loves gardening, hiking, anything to do with the outdoors, reading, and occasionally baking.
Alex is a junior from Castle Rock, Colorado. She is a Finance major with a Business Ethics and Legal Studies minor. In her free times, she loves skiing, going to concerts, and being on the beach. Her favorite part of DZ is having such a close group of incredible women to share good times with. Everyone is so supportive and kind, and it’s the best feeling to have sisters that always lift each other up!
Eve is currently a junior studying Hospitality and International Business. She is from Waikoloa, Hawaii. She loves DZ and her favorite memory is Bid Day her sophomore year. It was her first time recruiting and she got to celebrate bid day with so many amazing girls that she's still close to. Eve also got to welcome home an awesome pledge class, one girl being from my home town!!
Julia is a junior at DU, majoring in English and Gender & Women's Studies, with minors in Biology, Chemistry, and French. Born and raised in Poland, Julia and her family have lived in Denver for ten years. Julia loves to cook, bake, spend time outdoors, and hang out with her friends, family, and dog. The countless opportunities and relationships that Julia has acquired through DZ inspire her to use her position of leadership to spark the same kind of passion, love, and acceptance in her sisters that she has experienced from past Executive Board members.
Collegiate Chapter Director
The College Chapter Director (CCD) oversees all areas of collegiate programming including membership development, new member education, academics, public relations, philanthropy, finance, and compliance. The CCD works with the collegiate chapter to ensure a high standard of conduct respected by the Sorority, the university, and the community at large.