Soror Trinity Houston is a Senior majoring in Psychology and double minoring in Cognitive Science and Philosophy, while on the pre-medical track. She serves as the current President of the Illustrious Iota Sigma chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., and previously served as the Official Hostess and Sisterly Relations Chair. On campus, she is a part of the Psychology Student Association and a member of two honor societies on campus: Order of Omega & Omicron Delta Kappa. She served as a Student Ambassador for the College of Arts & Sciences for the 2019-2020 year. She is a Student Program Coordinator for Professional Development, Training, and CRLA Certification at Presentation U Tutoring Center on campus, where she also was a peer tutor for a year and a half. Trinity has been involved in Undergraduate Research within the Psychology Department at UK in two separate labs: Dr. Lorch’s ADHD Lab and Dr. Marshburn’s Social Psychology Lab with a focus on racism and Black Friendship studies. Lastly, Trinity will serve as an intern for the Harris Psychological Center on campus for the Fall 2020 semester.
Vice President and Ivy Leaf
Soror Jayda Bridges is a Senior majoring in Social Work. As a previous Elementary Education Major, she served as President of Minority Education Association as well as being an Ambassador for the College of Education. Jayda also mentored with College Mentors for Kids. Her overall goal in life is to serve at risk youth and underprivileged communities.
Soror Annalicia Scott is a Senior majoring in Secondary English Education. Her passion for kids inspires her to not only further her education by getting her Masters in Counseling, but to work in a school one day in hopes to become a High School Counselor. Annalicia also serves as a Peer mentor for the College of EdLife.
Soror Kylon Kite is a Senior from Hopkinsville, Kentucky majoring in Public Health. After graduation she plans on obtaining a Master’s of Science in Nursing so that she may serve underprivileged minorities as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. During her time at UK, Kylon has volunteered both with UK HealthCare and Baptist Health Hospital, Campus Kitchen and the ROTC program.
Soror Aniyah Greenwade is a Senior at the University of Kentucky studying Public Health on the Pre-PA track. Upon graduation Aniyah plans to enter into a Physician Assistant program and get her masters in Physician Assistant Studies. Aniyah serves as the NPHC delegate for her chapter. You may have seen Aniyah during K week, serving as a K Crew leader for the University. Aniyah likes to spend her time studying, serving her chapter, hanging out with her sisters, and working as a patient observer at the hospital. If you see Aniyah on campus don’t hesitate to say hello!
Soror Jaleyah Northington is a junior double major in broadcast journalism and theatre. Along with serving as Iota Sigma’s treasure, she also serves as secretary for The National Association of Black Journalist Club, a resident advisor at Haggin Hall, a developmental coordinator for Wildcat for H.O.M.E.S for the Center of Community Outreach. She has volunteered with William Wells Brown Elementary with a weekly girls group, St Stephen Vacation Bible school teacher, and the University of Kentucky’s Campus Kitchens. In her free time, Jaleyah loves to travel, visit historical sights and museums, read, go shopping, and hang out with friends and family.
Soror Shayna Coleman is a junior pursuing a degree in Neuroscience, and serves as the chapter’s corresponding secretary. She grew up as a military child, and has lived in many different states throughout her life. Soror Shayna is always looking for new ways to be involved, and recently accepted a position as the University of Kentucky’s Director of Pop Culture for the Student Activities Board. In her time at the UK, she has been apart of the Interprofessional Healthcare Residential College, UK MANNRS, served as a K-Crew Leader, and attends meetings with UK NAACP. In the future, Shayna plans to continue her studies at a medical school in hopes of becoming a doctor!
Sergeant at Arms
Soror Nikhael Virden is a Senior majoring in Media Arts & Studies with a minor in Communications. In conjunction with serving her chapter, she serves as Director of Internal Relations for Underground Perspective. Nikhael is also a Peer Instructor for UK 101 and an Ambassador for the College of Communication & Information.
Soror Camryn Moore is a Senior double majoring in Theatre and Arts Administration. Although she is interning at InnOVATION Arts Academy, she has always had a passion for performing arts and has been in a couple of student short films with one being submitted into a Film Festival. In her free time, she loves painting, yoga, working out, and traveling. Camryn also serves as the chapters Sergeant at Arms.
Soror Ashton Edwards is a Sociology major minoring in Psychology who is pre-law. She is originally from Louisville, Kentucky.
Soror Alexis Darden is a junior from Louisville, Ky. She is pursuing a degree in Political Science (Pre-law) with a criminology minor. On campus, Alexis is a resident advisor in the honors college. She is a development coordinator for Wildcats for H.O.M.E.S through the Center of Community Outreach and a Diversity Student Ambassador. In her free time, Alexis enjoys shopping, traveling, and hanging with friends and family.
Soror Tara Gilbert is a Senior from Russellville, Kentucky. She is earning a Bachelors of Science in Education. She serves as Nominating Committee Chair.
Soror Jazmyn Johnson is a Senior here at the University of Kentucky, who’s from Atlanta, Georgia. She is an Integrated Strategic Communication and Human Communication double major. In addition to serving the chapter, Jazmyn is an ambassador for the college of Communication & Information and operates her own makeup servicing business. Jazmyn enjoys all things beauty and her ultimate life goal is to be a brand consultant within the cosmetics industry.
Soror Paris Stroud is from Douglasville, GA. She is also a Senior Biology major and Spanish minor who is premed. She also serves as assistant secretary.
Soror Kendall DuLaney is a junior from Louisville, KY. She is double majoring in Management and Marketing, and also pursuing a dance minor. In the future, she wants to own a dance studio devoted to representation for Black youths. As an Honors student in the College of Business, she is a member of the Social Entrepreneurship pathway program, and the Gatton College Mentoring Initiative. In addition, she is the Director of Public Relations for the campus NAACP chapter, and a member of the Student Activities Board. Currently, she serves as Iota Sigma’s fundraising chair.
Soror NaKayla Greene is a Senior pursuing a dual degree in Early Childhood Education and Family Sciences. During her time at the University of Kentucky she has been a College of Education Ambassador, and Edlife Peer Mentor, UK 101 Peer Instructor, K Crew Leader, a volunteer at UK hospital, and participated in undergraduate research through the College of Education.
Soror Hannah Petty is a Social Work major from Lithonia, Georgia. She serves as an NPHC Delegate for the Iota Sigma chapter. She is also a Resident Advisor and a Campus Life Chair for the Student Activities Board at UK.
Soror Zaria Garley is a Senior from Akron, Ohio. She is studying Digital Media and Design. She serves on the PR committee. She also runs her own Digital Media Company under the name @ZGCaptures. In her spare time you can catch her cooking, somewhere snapping pictures on her camera, or traveling.
Soror Aniyah Greenwade is a Senior
at the University of Kentucky studying Public Health on the Pre-PA track. Upon graduation Aniyah plans to enter into a Physician Assistant program and get her masters in Physician Assistant Studies. Aniyah serves as the NPHC delegate for her chapter. You may have seen Aniyah during K week, serving as a K Crew leader for the University. Aniyah likes to spend her time studying, serving her chapter, hanging out with her sisters, and working as a patient observer at the hospital. If you see Aniyah on campus don’t hesitate to say hello!
Soror Salena Pham is a Senior majoring in Civil Engineering. She's a Peer Mentor in the Engineering LLP. She is the Co-founder of Quality of Land Surveyors of Kentucky. Salena is a member of the National Society of Black Engineers where their mission is to inspire minority engineers to succeed academically and professionally.