Ciara Cox


A junior from Orange, CT, majoring in Criminology and minoring in Psychology. ZTA has brought me so many valuable experiences and friendships that I would never trade for anything. It is amazing to be able to have fun with girls I’m proud to call sisters while also raising money and making a difference towards breast cancer education and awareness!

Rachel Aleskivitch

VPI - Coordinator of Committees

A senior from Woburn, MA, majoring in Human Development/Human Services and minoring in Criminal Justice and Health Science. As VP1, I work with a committee of girls from our chapter to help them coordinate and plan different events for our chapter throughout the year (such as our Think Pink week in October, our formal & parent brunch, and all of our sisterhood events!) This year in ZTA, I’m most looking forward to having some fall/halloween themed sisterhood events, as well as our Friendsgiving!

Sheila Lethin

VPII - New Member Coordinator

A senior from Canton, MA, majoring in Elementary Education and Human Development/Human Services. My role in ZTA allows me to educate the new members on the ins and outs of everything ZTA, and guide New Members through their New Member Experience!

Makenna Mathieu

VPIII - Recruitment Chair

A senior from Litchfield NH, studying Business Management and Marketing. I am so excited to have the opportunity to plan recruitment in the fall and meet all the potential new members. ZTA has given me so many great experiences and leadership opportunities! I cannot wait til the fall!!

Eliza Daly

VP IV - Philanthropy Chair

A senior from Duxbury, MA, majoring in Criminology and Criminal Justice, and minoring in Law Ethics and Society, Forensic Science, and Religion and Theological Studies. I’m looking forward to bringing back the annual ZTA auction this upcoming Fall Semester! Due to Covid-19 restrictions we were unable to have the auction for the past 2 years, I’m really excited to bring it back!

Emma Zimon


A sophomore from Holden, MA, majoring in Elementary Education and Human Services/Human Development with a minor in Religion Theological Studies. ZTA is one of my favorite things about school, and I’m looking forward to recruitment and meeting new sisters!

Rebecca Gersbeck


A junior from Long Island, NY, majoring in Athletic Training. I chose Zeta because it was a new way to put myself out in the community. I love having such a tight bond with my little and the rest of the executive committee. Being in Zeta has helped me to be more open and become a strong leader. I went from the shy New York girl to holding a position on EC. I love zeta and everyone past, present, and future!

Meghan Leporati


A senior from Hopedale, MA, majoring in Business Administration concentrating in Financial Planning and Management. I'm looking forward to seeing where this new year will take us, capturing all things ZTA memories, and best of all meeting all the new members!

Noelle Mattaice

Panhellenic Delegate

A senior from Jacksonville, FL, majoring in Political Science. Some of my favorite memories as a ZTA were during recruitment; one of the best parts of being a part of Greek life is bringing young women together and gaining sisters! I can’t wait to meet all of our new members and make so many new memories with all of my sisters!

Lily Ryan

Ritual Chairman

A senior from Salem, MA, majoring in Criminology and minoring in Psychology and Religious Theological Studies. Being ritual means a lot to me because I get to help welcome every new member into our chapter through traditions dating back to the founders of ZTA! I am looking forward to strengthening the connection of our chapter along with welcoming new sisters over the incoming year.

Karley Rhuda

Risk Reduction & Education Chair

A sophomore from Medfield, MA, majoring in Nutritional Sciences and minoring in Psychology. Along with being a part of ZTA, I am also a Student Ambassador, and a staff writer for the school newspaper, The Beacon. Joining ZTA has been one of the best decisions I have ever made, as I have truly met some of my best friends and never lack the feeling of belongingness from my other sisters.

Kayla Mayo

Academic Achievement Chair

A senior at from Arlington, MA, majoring in Business Administration of Marketing & Corporate Finance & Investments. As the academic chair for Zeta Tau Alpha I am in charge of helping my sisters thrive in the classroom by putting on academic workshops, providing academic resources as well as giving out fun incentives!

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