2019 EXECUTIVE OFFICERS
Riley Malloy / Chief Executive Officer
Hey everyone!! My name is Riley Malloy and I am honored to serve as the President of TCU Theta this year!! I am a Speech-Language Pathology major from Denver, Colorado, and I hope to eventually (after I get my masters) work in a hospital NICU helping newborn/premature babies with feeding and swallowing. My dream though, is to live oversees as an English teacher one day!!Outside of Theta, I love going on walks, traveling as much as I can, trying new foods, and binge watching Gilmore Girls. Theta has impacted my college experience more than I could have ever imagined. I have developed deep, lasting friendships with the most down to Earth and authentic women I have ever met, and I have been presented with endless opportunities for growth throughout my time in Theta thus far. I could not be more excited to serve this incredible group of leading women! I can’t wait to see everything this year has in store and to give back to a chapter that has given me so much - Go Frogs and Go Theta!
Kathryn Fish / Chief Administrative Officer
Hi y’all!! My name is Kathryn Fish, and I am honored to be able to serve TCU Theta this year as the Chief Administrative Officer! I am a sophomore Finance and Marketing double major from Denver, Colorado. My dream is to attend law school after I graduate and hopefully move back to Denver one day!! I am OBSESSED with early morning Orange Theory classes, late night dance parties, traveling (my favorite place is London), literally any Mexican food (especially queso) and of course all things Theta! This chapter is so special to me as it has given me role models and friends who support me, love me, and encourage me to be the best version of myself. Going Theta was one of the best decisions I ever made, and I can’t wait for the opportunity to give back to a chapter that has given me so much.
Caroline Runge / Chief Recruiting Officer
Hi y’all!! My name is Caroline Runge and I am a Communication Studies and Graphic Design double major from Greenville, South Carolina. Being Gamma Psi’s Chief Recruiting Officer has been a dream of mine ever since I walked into Theta on the first day of recruitment. Gamma Psi’s women are so incredible, and I am honored and humbled to have my dream come true. The women in Theta not only support one another, but they inspire each other to become better versions of themselves. I have grown so much because of them and am so lucky to surround myself by these Thetas. In my free time, I love to go Orange Theory Fitness, explore DFW, and eat anything peanut butter-chocolate flavored. I am beyond excited to show the PNM’s why Gamma Psi is so special and lead our members in one of the most exciting times of the year! Recruitment cannot come soon enough!
Julia Babcock/ Chief Learning Officer
Hey there! My name is Julia and I am from Detroit, Michigan! I am SO excited to be the Chief Learning Officer of Kappa Alpha Theta because I believe that the next generations of Theta are worthy of love and investment! I am a Religion major with a minor in Spanish and Social Work. I also have fun working as an instructor at Pure Barre and traveling to different nations on missions! I love Jesus a whole lot! Theta women have been some of the most incredible blessings in my life. I knew nothing about Greek life or recruitment when I came to TCU, but was radically inspired and encouraged by the love I saw in the Gamma Psi chapter! I hope to carry on that legacy of leadership and compassion! TLAM!
Paige Shiring / Chief Financial Officer
Hey there!! My name is Paige and I’m so excited to be our chapter’s Chief Financial Officer. I’m a sophomore business student studying Finance in the Neeley School of Business. Although I’m from Houston and love Texas, I dream of working on Wall Street and eventually internationally. If I were offered a vacation anywhere tomorrow, I’d choose the beach without a second thought. Despite the exhilaration I feel by snowboarding in the winters, being able to relax, read, and scuba dive near and in a beautiful ocean would definitely be a perfect day to me. I’m the definition of a foodie and always am open to trying new foods – the bolder the better! Finally, I am extremely humbled and proud to not only be a member of the Gamma Psi chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta, but serve it as well. The women of this chapter have drastically shaped my life for the better and have been the role models that I could’ve only dreamt of
Erin Vandertie / Chief Operating Officer
Hey guys, my name is Erin and I am the Chief Operating Officer for Theta this year! I am a Social Work major with Spanish and Political Science minors, with hopes of someday running my own international non-profit. Although I love Texas, I was born and raised in San Diego, and would love to return to the ocean at some point in the future. In the meantime, if I’m not doing homework or heading to a meeting, you can find me with my nose in a book, struggling through a run or drinking too much coffee. I wanted the role of COO so that I could walk alongside our members and make decisions on the behalf of their well-being. From the first moment I stepped through Theta’s doors, the women have encouraged and challenged me to be the best version of myself, and I hope to do the same in this role!