2020 EXECUTIVE OFFICERS
Blake Vilven • Chief Executive Officer
Hey y’all! My name is Blake Vilven and I am so honored to serve at the President of Kappa Alpha Theta this year! I am so excited to have the platform to spread love and kindness in this chapter. I am a junior Marketing major from Allen, TX and I am so excited to work in this field when I graduate. In my free time you can find me hanging out with my dog, taking pictures, going to eat at my all-time favorite restaurant (Mi Cocina!!!), and listening to all different types of music. I cannot wait to make an impact on this chapter and be a role model for all of these amazing women. TLAM!
Lizzy Harris • Chief Administrative Officer
Hey y’all! My name is Lizzy Harris. I am a Political Science major and Chinese and Spanish double minor from Albuquerque, New Mexico. After graduating from TCU, I plan on going to law school and becoming an attorney. Although, I have only been in Fort Worth for a couple years I absolutely love it here! In my free time I enjoy running, going to dinner with friends, and thrift shopping. Theta has already given me so much in my short time here at TCU, lifelong friendships, a supportive community, and amazing role models to just name a few. I find comfort knowing I am surrounded by intelligent, driven women. Now, I am so grateful to be able to give back to this wonderful chapter by working on our executive team as the Chief Administrative Officer. Think Theta and go frogs!!
Samantha Place • Chief Recruiting Officer
Hi everyone! My name is Samantha Place! I was born and raised in Orange County, California until I came to TCU as a nursing major. In my free time I love being outdoors, listening to a good vinyl record, spending time with my friends and family, going to the beach with my dog Sadie, and watching the LA Dodgers. I’m honored to be this years Chief Recruiting Officer for Theta. Recruitment is such a special and important time for both our active members and the potential new members. Gamma Psi is a chapter full of intelligent, well-rounded, loving, and fearless women. I am not only humbled to be a Theta, but even more humbled that I have the opportunity to lead this incredible group of women towards finding the perfect New Member pledge class of Thetas that will carry on our legacy. I can’t wait to open our doors to the PNMs. See you in August!
Cooper Gollier • Chief Learning Officer
Hi guys! My name is Cooper Gollier and I am a Movement Science major for Ottawa Kansas. I am so honored to serve as the Chief Learning Officer for the amazing women of Gamma Psi this year! These women inspire me and push me to be the best version of myself so I am happy to give a little of myself back to them. In my free time I can be found craving chocolate, going on runs, and searching for the best coffee shop. As always, Theta love & mine!
Kathryn Fish • Chief Financial 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 Financial Officer! I am a junior Finance & Marketing double major from Greenwood Village, 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, reality tv, mango sorbet, literally any Mexican food (especially Chipotle if that counts) and of course all things Theta! Being able to serve on a board with such passionate, gracious, and selfless officers has reminded me of how truly special Theta is. It is a place where you able to meet role models and friends who support you, inspire you, and encourage you to be the best version of yourself. 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. Go Theta!!
Brooke Boisvert • Chief Operating Officer
Hey guys! My name is Brooke and I am the Chief Operating Officer for Theta this year! I am a Neuroscience major on the Pre-Medical track with hopes of one day specializing in pediatric medicine. I am also a proud Texan, having been born and raised in the DFW area. If I’m not doing homework or heading to a meeting, you can find me wandering around Fort Worth looking for the newest and trendiest places to eat or grab a cup of coffee. I am so excited to be COO so that I can walk alongside our members through whatever stage of life they are in, encouraging them and motivating them to be the best version of themselves. When I joined Theta, the women in the chapter were not who I was, but who I wanted to become. In this role, I hope to continue to cultivate that same standard of leading women.