Chief Executive Officer, Caitlin Rother, poses in the Windy City while representing the University of Oklahoma on an alumni trip.
Since 1870, Kappa Alpha Thetas across the country have joined in sisterhood developing themselves through leadership, academics, service, and most importantly--friendships. Today, the same still holds true at 845 Chautauqua Avenue. I think it is safe to say on behalf of all our members here at the Alpha Omicron chapter, we have found a community containing loved ones in which we will be able to treasure for a lifetime. Whether in homework assignments, campus activities, or a weekend service project, our members strive to excel in all they do.
Through this website I hope the time and talents of our 270+ members is evident as each of them have put forth the passion and determination needed to accomplish great things. I am honored to have the privilege to lead these extraordinary women this year. As you can see, Kappa Alpha Theta holds a special place in my heart and I hope the same can be said for yours.
Alpha Omicron | Chief Executive Officer