Zeta Chi Chapter at University of Idaho

Kappa Delta

Our Officers

Amanda Kleffner

President

Amanda is a strong leader with a deep love of lipstick. She is studying Marketing and hopes one day to own her own business. Through leadership positions in and out of our sisterhood, she has gained confidence, experience, and friendships that will last a lifetime. In her free time, she can be caught online shopping, doing yoga, or sitting in our living room talking to sisters. She is ever grateful for Kappa Delta and the many opportunities that come from membership.

Reagan Miniken

Vice President Member Education

Reagan is a senior in school, studying Secondary Education. She dreams of teaching world history to middle school aged persons. From Issaquah, Washington she enjoys reading, crafting, and binge watching Netflix in her spare time. Kappa Delta has introduced her to some of the most confident, intelligent women that she has ever met; and the sisterhood makes her strive each day to become a better, more confident, person.

Alyssa Keys

Vice President Membership

Alyssa is an extremely intelligent addition to our team. While studying Mechanical Engineering she still is able to find time to serve our sisterhood and plan amazing sisterhood and recruitment events. Through her membership in Kappa Delta she has gained confidence in her abilities. Some of her favorite memories in the house consist of late night Taco Bell runs and conversations that last until the sun rises.

Alice Cassel

Vice President Operations

Alice is a Junior at the University of Idaho, pursuing a major in Biology and minors in Microbiology, Pre-Health Studies, and Spanish. She was born here in Moscow, ID and raised in Bremerton, WA. She enjoys riding her bike around Moscow, visiting the farmers’ market, and hiking. Alice also enjoys being a member of the University Honors Program. She has spent this past summer in Albany, NY studying the effects of the tuberculosis virus. She is excited to serve the chapter, as Kappa Delta inspires her to be more confident and be the best that she can be.

Kynlee Dub

Vice President Community Service

Being from a small town in Washington Kynlee was excited to come to the University of Idaho and find her home away from home. She found that home here in Kappa Delta. During her membership, she has gained many new friends that have pushed her to be more confident in herself and into leadership positions in our sisterhood. She is excited about her future, and can't wait to continue her leadership in Kappa Delta.

Maggi Laan

Vice President Standards

Maggi is a fun loving girl studying Biological Engineering. She hopes to one day become a doctor and open up her own bakery. While being in Kappa Delta she has found her best friends. She always brings a laugh to any conversation and knows how to cheer someone up after a hard day. She is a very treasured part of our sisterhood.

Luisa Meyer

Vice President Finance

Luisa is a double major in Economics and International Studies. She is no stranger to hard work after growing up on a cherry orchard in Oregon. Going through recruitment Luisa was looking for a place that would push her to be confident and step outside her shel. She found that and more in Kappa Delta.

Jess Zazuetta

Secretary

Jess grew up in Post Falls, Idaho. She is extremely close to her family and loves to hang out with her grandpa. Kappa Delta has given her the family she wanted while at school. It has given her the closest friends, and the confidence to be her sassy, cheetah print wearing self. Jess regularly be seen around the house with a denim jacket whipping out crazy dance moves. She is extremely thankful for Kappa Delta and the experiences it has given her.

Leah Uptmor

Panhellenic Delegate

Leah is a light in our home. She cares so deeply about our sisterhood and spreads love wherever she goes. While studying Public Relations she has found the time to hold a full-time job as well as hold a leadership position in the chapter. Her favorite Kappa Delta memories include swing dancing on Wednesday nights and being able to mingle with sisters after class. Through her years as a member, she has gained confidence in herself and is ever grateful.