Thousands of women have been part of Kappa’s sisterhood since our founding in 1870, and almost all of them have gone on to be successful in their own way. In fact, there are quite a few Kappas who have been so successful that they have become household names.
Read the list below for a list of a few notable Kappas.
Lo Bosworth—Reality show TV star in The Hills and Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County
Sophia Bush—Actress; known for role on One Tree Hill
Jann Carl—Former correspondent for Entertainment Tonight
Gretchen Carlson—1989 Miss America, Fox News anchor, former The Early Show anchor
Kirsten Gillibrand—U.S. Senator from New York
Greer Grammer—Actress; known for role in hit series, Awkward
Ashley Judd—Actress; known for roles in A Time to Kill, Kiss the Girls, Double Jeopardy
Nancy O’Dell—Former TV co-host on Access Hollywood, entertainment journalist and 1987 Miss South Carolina
Jane Pauley—TV journalist, former anchor on Today and Dateline NBC
Beverly Perdue—First female governor of North Carolina
Virginia “Ginni” Rommety—Chairman and CEO of IBM
Gena Rowlands—Emmy Award and Golden Globe-Award-winning actress
Kate Spade—Co-founder, designer and namesake of the designer brand, Kate Spade New York
Jane Swift—First female governor of Massachusetts
Donna Tartt—Author of The Secret History, Little Friends and The Goldfinch. The Goldfinch won a Pulitzer Prize
*These descriptions are from Wikipedia.