Pi Chapter at University of Nebraska

Kappa Delta

Our Officers


Cece Duhamel

My name is Cece Duhamel and I currently serve Pi Chapter as our President. I grew up in Denver, Colorado but have cherished spending the past three years in the city of Lincoln. As I start my Senior year this upcoming Fall, I plan to leave the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a major in Secondary English Education and teach in a middle school classroom. Within my college journey, Kappa Delta has become my fondest love and honest joy - this group of women never fails to empower who I am as a leader and encourages the development of my personal dreams and goals. I am honored to be presented with the opportunity to lead this passionate group of women throughout this next term and am looking forward to what our chapter will accomplish this year.

VP Member Education

Jillian Jacoba

Hi everyone! My name is Jillian, and I am a sophomore marketing major at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and this year's VP of Member Education! I was born in Omaha, NE, but grew up in Denver, Colorado. I am so excited to be back in Nebraska and attending school in Lincoln! I can’t wait to continue to share my love for Kappa Delta with our new members and the rest of our chapter. Being a member of Kappa Delta has shown me what true friendship is. I am surrounded by people who not only see the best in me but believe in me and push me to work hard and be the best version of myself. Being part of this sorority has changed my life and allowed me to gain confidence in myself and who I want to be. I am so thankful to be a part of this chapter and can’t wait for this upcoming year!

VP Membership

Brittany Oligmueller

Hello! My name is Brittany Oligmueller and I am so honored to serve as Pi chapter’s Vice President of Membership for this term! Currently, I am a junior majoring in both Clifton Management and Finance, and minoring in Math. I am so lucky to say that I am apart of an organization that has brought me confidence, true sisterhood, and lifetime friendship. Kappa Delta has changed my life for the better. I am very passionate about what this sisterhood offers, and I cannot wait to show our sisterhood to every girl that walks through our door!

VP Operations

Elinor Stanley

Hi guys! I am a sophomore Biochemistry major here at UNL and currently serving as the Vice President-Operations for Pi chapter. I am from Columbia, Missouri, but I was born in Lincoln so I am a Husker girl all the way through. I was really nervous to go out of state for school, but Kappa Delta created the home I was looking for! The women of KD have been the kind of sisters I need, they push me to grow and to become the best version of myself. I am so excited to see where our chapter goes in the upcoming year, love and AOT always!

VP Community Service

Ainsley Smith

"Joining Kappa Delta is without a doubt the best decision I have ever made! KD has taught me the power of confidence and shown me that loving yourself is always the most important. Some of the most uplifting and motivating girls I have met are apart of Kappa Delta. I am so lucky to call KD my home!"

VP Public Relations

Allie Montgomery

Hi everyone! My name’s Allie Montgomery and I am the Vice President of Public Relations here at Pi Chapter! I am currently a sophomore at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where I am double majoring in Advertising and Public Relations and Fashion Merchandising. I am so honored to be the VP-PR for such an amazing chapter. I am so proud to be a member of such an amazing group of women as well as in Pi chapter! As PR, I aspire to build confidence in our members and I hope to expose everyone else to the wonderful sisterhood that we call Kappa Delta!

VP Standards

Lorina Amore

My name is Lorina Amore and I’m Pi Chapter’s Vice President of Standards! I’m a Communication Studies major with minors in Child, Youth, & Family Studies and Educational Psychology from Long Island, New York. After college, I plan on working as an advisor or counselor! Kappa Delta has brought me confidence, true sisterhood, and a home away from home. I am very humbled and honored to have been chosen as VP Standards for this upcoming academic year and I’m excited to work with my fabulous fellow council members to make every Kappa Delta’s experience extraordinary.


Claire Todd

Hi guys! I’m a sophomore accounting major at UNL and I’m currently Pi Chapter’s secretary! I’m from Denver, Colorado and love it there, but I also couldn’t imagine myself at anywhere other than UNL. Kappa Delta has given me genuine sisters who support me and push me to be the best version of myself. I have made amazing lifelong friends and had a college experience greater than I could’ve ever ever imagined. I’m so excited to be a part of Pi Chapter council and give every member the positive experience I’ve had. This year I’m so excited to learn and grow in my position and continue to build confidence and inspire action through Kappa Delta.

VP Finance

Chika Izu

Hi I am from Omaha, NE and am a sophomore majoring in Finance and Marketing. I am currently serving as Pi Chapter’s Vice President of Finance and am very excited to have this new position in Kappa Delta. Kappa Delta has meant so much to me, to making new friends for life, to new gaining skills and having new experiences that I will carry with me forever. I am very honored to have this opportunity and am excited for this upcoming year.

Panhellenic Delegate

Emma Fritz

Hello, I am a sophomore fashion design major with minors in business and fine art here at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. I am currently holding the position of Pi Chapter’s Panhellenic Delegate. I am originally from Overland Park, Kansas; however, I cannot imagine going and growing through my young adult years anywhere other than here in Lincoln. The atmosphere of Lincoln and my academic goals have inspired me to become involved in leadership opportunities both in Kappa Delta and on campus. Throughout my time in Kappa Delta, my love for the women and the values of this organization have only blossomed. I cannot imagine being a part of any other house and resonate so dearly with the values and history of Kappa Delta. Because of Kappa Delta, I have grown in leadership, love, and confidence. The women in this chapter are not only my sisters but some of my closest friends- women who push me, make me laugh and inspire me to be the best version of myself. I cannot wait to represent this chapter on campus as the Panhellenic Delegate and to promote a positive, uplifting, and confidence-inspiring message of Kappa Delta to those around us. I am so thankful for the opportunity to serve this chapter and am looking forward to this year!