Megan Mounts, our chapter President, is a Geography modified with Anthropology major, with a minor in Education. Outside of leading Eta Xi, she is also a Sexual Assault Peer Advocate (SAPA) and involved in Movement Against Violence (MAV). Although she calls Walkersville, Maryland her hometown, Megan was born in Bangkok, Thailand.
VP New Member Education
Estephanie Aquino, our VP – Operations, is in charge of running Eta Xi’s day-to-day operations. The Bakersfield, California native is double majoring in Environmental Studies and Government with a minor in Public Policy. Estephanie is also involved in many campus groups outside of Kappa Delta, including Sustainability Office Green Greek/Outreach Intern, Women's Professional Circle, International Development Forum, and Political Times of Dartmouth.
Reilly McInerney, our VP - Community Service, is a Philosophy major from Oberlin, Ohio. When she's not coordinating Eta Xi's community service efforts, Reilly is also involved in the Dartmouth Chronicle and the Dartmouth Film Society. She's a huge classic film fan - she'd love to talk to you about any movie!
VP Public Relations
Sammi LaFontaine is our VP – Public Relations, serving as the ambassador of the chapter, managing internal PR and our relationships with the college and other members of the Greek community. Sammi is a premed Biology major from Sutton, Massachusetts. Outside of KD, she is the General Manager of Friday Night Rock, a Women in Science Peer Mentor, performs research in a biology lab, and recently became an EMT. She also rides on the club Dressage team, which is also affectionately known as the horse dancing team.
Maggie Baird, a Linguistics major and Theater minor from Charlottetown, PEI, Canada, is currently serving our chapter as our VP - Finance. Outside of KD, Maggie is also a tour guide and a Presidential Scholar, and is a member of the Dartmouth College Wind Ensemble, Committee on Instruction, and Student Outreach at the Hopkins Center for the Arts. As if she weren't cool enough, she also once caught a piranha and ate it.
Bridget Dougherty, our Panhellenic Delegate, is a Biology and Economics double major from Westpoint, Connecticut. In addition to serving as a liaison between our chapter and Dartmouth’s Panhellenic Council, Bridget is also President of the Red Cross Club, Co-founder of Platelets for Life on Campus, and an on-campus Peer Tutor. If that wasn’t impressive enough, she also recently completed the Chicago Marathon!