President | Macy Davis
Hometown: Scott City, Kansas
Other activities: K-State speech team, reading, writing, and spending time outdoors
Favorite Books / Poems / Writers: I'm a fan of just about any children's and young adult literature, but I've got a soft spot for J.K. Rowling, Laura Ingalls Wilder, and Rainbow Rowell.
Future plans: After finishing my undergrad, I plan on getting an MLIS and I'd eventually like to work as a youth services librarian.
Vice President | Kaylee Kipp
Hometown: I grew up a Manhappenin townie and then lived in Garden City, KS before moving back!
Other activities: K-State Women's Rugby Club, Chimes Honorary Society, UHP
Favorite book(s) / Authors(s): Maya Angelou, Ella Enchanted, Denise Duhamel's Smile!, Joss Whedon, "After Years" by Ted Kooser, E.D. Baker, Meg Cabot, Emily Dickenson, To Kill A Mockingbird, Bell Hooks, "To a Poor Old Woman" by William Carlos Williams...
Future plans: I either tell people that I'm going to be an elementary school teacher that writes smut on the side, or a feminist activist scholar. Surprisingly, it's the latter that tends to incite more negative responses .
Treasurer | Gina D'Amato
Secretary (F18) | Andrew Pringle
Hometown: Yates Center, KS
Other activities: Reading, writing, music, fandom
Favorite book(s)/Author(s): The Stand, by Stephen King
Future plans: After graduation I plan on attending law school, where I hope to specialize in family law.
Secretary (S19) | Kelli Ochs
Hometown: Oakley, KS
Other activities: Reading, hanging out with my cat and geckos, trying to travel a little more.
Favorite book(s)/Author(s): Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, Christopher Paolini’s Eragon.
Future plans: Maybe work in a museum or library, probably get a master’s degree focusing on Medieval literature. The sky is the limit, really.
Faculty Sponsor \ Dr. Naomi Wood
Email: njwood at ksu dot edu
Hometown: Chicago, IL, and Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo.
Other activities: Kayaking, hiking, reading, music, baking.
Favorite book(s): I love anything by Charles Dickens, most of Elizabeth Gaskell, George Eliot, Charlotte Bronte, William Makepeace Thackeray, Wilkie Collins, Oscar Wilde, Jane Austen. More contemporary writers I love include Margaret Atwood, Barbara Kingsolver, Ursula K. LeGuin, Terry Pratchett, Philip Pullman, Joan Aiken, Frances Hardinge . . . .
Future plans: Continue to build our chapter, see English majors find their vocation, perfect homemade sourdough technique.
Questions? Check out the Sigma Tau Delta International Constitution.