Epsilon Tau Chapter at Clemson University

Kappa Delta

Our Officers

Sydney Tindall


Hey y’all! I’m Sydney Tindall, a Chinese and International Business major from Chattanooga, Tennessee! I am incredibly honored and humbled to serve Epsilon Tau this year as President. Since joining this remarkable group of women my freshmen year, I never cease to be amazed by this chapter’s passion, resilience, and kindness. Our sisters make my responsibilities as President such an easy job! As a sisterhood, we all have incredibly diverse interests, passions, and backgrounds yet share the commonality of strong moral values, which I value so deeply about our chapter. I know Kappa Delta has made me who I am today and who I will grow to be, and I am forever grateful for such support and sisterhood in my life! So many of my favorite moments were those surrounded by my Kappa Delta sisters or in significant moments of our chapter. From our passionate commitment to philanthropy to our unfailing dedication to one another, this chapter is truly unique and destined for great things. And I am so thankful to be a part of this! AOT and Go Tigers!

Evelyn Juckett

Vice President Member Education

Hello! I’m Evelyn Juckett and I am a sophomore Civil Engineering major from Louisville, KY. I am so honored to be Vice President Member Education for Epsilon Tau this year. I am incredibly excited to be able to serve the chapter in this capacity and to introduce our 2020 Pledge Class into the sorority. Kappa Delta has given me amazing friends, mentors, and sisters who continue to inspire me and push me to be my best every day. I am so excited to work with our next Pledge Class to educate them about all this special chapter has to offer, and to further educate the sorority about the world around us. I really look forward to being apart of this council and to the year ahead!

Emma Black

Vice President Membership

Hello! I’m Emma Black, Clemson Kappa Delta’s Vice President Membership. I served as Assistant VP-M last year and was amazed by recruitment and our sisterhood. Most of all, I was driven by the connections and opportunities that arise during recruitment. The long days are all worth it in the end when we welcome new sisters into our circle. Throughout my college experience, I have not only found lifelong friends in Kappa Delta but true sisters. Epsilon Tau is a chapter filled with girls who look out for one another and serve unconditionally, and it makes me so excited to lead them through a successful recruitment this year!

Lilly Zmarzly

Vice President Operations

Hey hey! I’m Lilly Zmarzly, an elementary education major from Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. I hope to teach 3rd grade somewhere in the South. In the past I served KD on Girl Scout Committee and as a SET Leader. It is so fun to be working behind the scenes as VP-O. I am honored to serve this awesome chapter of Kappa Delta. Always, AOT!

Allison O'Toole

Vice President Community Service

Hey y'all! My name is Allison O'Toole and I am a sophomore from Greenville, SC. I am currently studying Construction Science and Management with a minor in Business Administration. After graduation, I hope to work for a large General Contractor! I feel so honored to be able to serve on Kappa Delta's council this year and give back to an organization that has formed the beginning of my college experience here at Clemson. As VP CS, I am so excited to better our Clemson community and see the effects that our sisters will have within The Parenting Place of Easley and the Girl Scouts! I cannot wait to continue the road of the amazing legacy that the previous VP of Community Service leaders have paved for me! AOT and Go Tigers!

  • Email: aotoole@g.clemson.edu
  • Hometown: Greenville, SC
  • Major: Construction Science and Management
  • Minor: Business Administration

Kate Rollins

Vice President Public Relations

Hey, y’all! My name is Kate Rollins and I am a Graphic Communications major from Winston Salem, North Carolina. I am so honored and excited that I have the opportunity to serve as Vice President of Public Relations! As VP - PR, it is my goal to accurately represent the genuine, authentic, and driven nature of this chapter. This chapter of Kappa Delta has given me so much and I am so grateful for this opportunity to serve and give back to the people who constantly inspire and encourage me every day!

Carol Capps

Vice President Standards

Hello my name is carol! I’m a junior majoring in economics. In my spare time I love to run and play soccer. In the past I’ve been the pace chair and the co social chair! I’m so excited to serve as vp-standards to continue to serve my sorority.

Kathryn Root


Hey y’all! My name is Kathryn Root and I’m a sophomore Health Science major with a Pre-Professional Studies Concentration from Irmo, SC! I am so excited and honored to serve as the Secretary for Kappa Delta this year! As Secretary, my main priority is communication within our chapter and making sure everything is organized and as efficient as possible. Kappa Delta has blessed me with some of my best friends, incredible memories, and countless opportunities to be involved within our chapter and our philanthropies! I could not imagine my college experience without the compassionate, goofiest, intelligent, and genuine women in this chapter and I am so grateful for the opportunity to represent them and to grow alongside them! AOT and Go Tigers!!

Katie Noll

Vice President Finance

Hey everyone! I’m Katie Noll and I am a junior majoring in Financial Management. I am so honored to be serving the Epsilon Tau chapter as VP-F. I will be leading all the finances within the chapter, including the budget, expenses and dues. I am thankful for this opportunity and for who these girls are and what they represent.

Myra Bean

Panhellenic Delegate

Hey y’all! My name is Myra Bean, and I am a sophomore Nursing major from Clover, SC. After graduation, I hope to continue my education and become a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. I am so excited to have the opportunity to serve as Epsilon Tau’s Panhellenic Delegate this year! In this role, I will act as the middle man between Kappa Delta and Panhellenic as a whole by attending weekly meetings addressing what is happening in the Panhellenic community. Being able to serve on council is something that means so much to me, and I am so honored to be able to represent these fun, genuine, and intelligent women to the rest of Panhellenic!