Chapter Officers

Summer Camerlo

President

Summer is a junior in metallurgical and materials engineering. Originally from Colorado Springs, she loves to hike, cook up a tasty meal, and curl up with a good book. Summer is also a member of the women’s club lacrosse team and the CSM materials advantage chapter.

Gillian Burnham

Vice President of Standards and Values

Gillian is a second year Chemical Engineering major. Before coming to Mines, she lived with her family in Denver, CO. She grew up competing in Irish Dance and likes to ski for fun. In what little remains of her free time at Mines, she can be found curled up with a good book or forcing herself to work out. She hopes to attend medical school after graduation.

Phoebe Lehman

Vice President of Programming

Phoebe is a sophomore majoring in Statistics. She calls Geneva, New York home and loves dancing and cooking when she's not practicing for a performance with Mines Little Theatre!

Kaitlyn Ruzicka

Vice President of New Member Education

Kaitlyn is a sophomore studying Chemical Engineering with a minor in Biomedical Engineering who calls Westminster, CO home! On campus she participates in Mines Little Theater, Society of Women Engineers (SWE), and working in the Registrar's Office. In her down time, she loves reading, dancing, watching movies with her sisters, and spending time with her family.

Lacia Engels

Vice President of Membership

Lacia is a junior in Petroleum Engineering from Houston, TX. She is an aspiring concert goer and has a passion for photography, journalism, crafting, and cooking in her free time. She is an officer in American Association of Drilling Engineering (AADE), a mentor for Pi Epsilon Tau, and works for Bricks 4 Kidz.

Amanda Berry

Vice President Alumnae Relations

Amanda is a freshman in Chemical Engineering and is from Colleyville, Texas. She is also involved with the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) and when she's not working on school work you can catch her at the gym every week for kickboxing or at the golf course working on her swing. She also loves spending her time writing and with her new family at Sigma Kappa.

Megan Henke

Vice President of Scholarship

Megan is a junior in Petroleum Engineering with a minor in Mechanical Engineering. She calls Denver, CO home but was born in Houston, TX. The two best states in her opinion! When not attending class or doing homework she can be found running, reading, playing piano, or sitting in a local Golden coffee shop enjoying a latte.

Sarah Becker

Vice President of Philanthropic Service

Sarah is a sophomore in Chemical Engineering with a specialty in Biology from Slidell, Louisiana. If she's not hanging out with her sisters, she's in her room watching The Great British Bake Show or Chopped.

Margo Mironava

Vice President of Communications and Operations

Margo is a freshman currently studying chemical engineering. Outside of class, she enjoys exploring, attempting to bake, and trying out new things! She is very excited for the opportunity to serve on the executive council of our chapter in her first year!

Heather Matthews

Vice President of Finance

Heather is a sophomore studying Chemical Engineering with a minor in Data Science. She's from Katy, TX and loves to explore the outdoors, spend time with friends, and find new music to listen to. She is a member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) and the Green Team, and she also works as a Physics Teaching Assistant.

Taylor Anderson

Panhellenic Delegate

Taylor is a Chemical Engineering major with a focus in biology and a minor in Biomedical engineering. She’s from Denver, Colorado and participates in winter guard with Malachi Independent. In her free time, she loves to craft and get Chick-fil-a with her friends.

Christine Evans

Continuous Open Recruitment Chair

Christine is a Sophomore in Nuclear Engineering Physics from Longmont, Colorado. On the weekends she is working towards getting her Skydiving License and loves hiking, board games, and traveling. Christine is also involved in the Peer Mentor program, the Society of Women Engineers (SWE), Society of Physics Students (SPS), and Society of Women in Physics (SWIP).

Kylee Franci

Formal Chair

Kylee Franci is a freshmen studying Computer Science with Data Analysis. Along with being involved in the Society of Women Engineers, Kylee manages and tracks the budget for the Football Program at Mines. In her free time, she loves being with her family and friends, playing sports, kickboxing, being outdoors, and finding ways to decompress from stress. After college, Kylee dreams to pursue a Masters in Finance and become a CFO.

Victoria Bennett

Ritual Chair

Victoria Bennett is a junior in Mechanical Engineering. She was born in Rockwall, TX but now calls Whitefish, MT home. In her free time she enjoys skiing, hiking, baking, swing dancing, and exploring Colorado.

Synnove Herrin

Sisterhood Chair

Synnöve is a freshman from Highlands Ranch, Colorado studying Chemical Engineering with a Biochemical specialty, while also being a member of Society of Women in Engineering (SWE) and a chemistry lab assistant. When not in class or enjoying a mocha with a book, she loves to go on trips to the mountains, baking a lot of cookies, and spending time with family and friends.

Kelly Beck

Social Chair

Kelly is a freshman majoring in Chemical Engineering with an Applied Mathematics area of special interest and a minor in Biomedical Engineering. She is from Kennesaw, GA but was originally adopted from Seoul, South Korea. When she is not in class Kelly loves hiking up South Table with friends, drawing and painting in her dorm room, and going on new adventures.

Ceci Nepple

Public Relations Chair

Ceci is a sophomore studying Chemical Engineering with minors in Biology and Public Affairs. From Anaheim, California, she recently served the Colorado State Legislature by drafting a bill on the rural-urban divide in the quality of reproductive health care. In her free time, she loves digital artwork, weightlifting, and reading.

Regan Van Overbeke

Historian

Regan is a Freshman majoring in Civil Engineering. She is apart of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and Society of Women Engineers (SWE). When she isn't studying, she loves to go on hikes around Colorado. She also enjoys crafting, watching Netflix and going on adventures with her friends.

Gabby Blanchard

Triangle Correspondent

Gabby is a Freshman studying Chemical Engineering from Parker, Colorado. She enjoys hiking, skiing, and traveling. She also loves a good nap and watching comedy movies. She is the technical lead for the Uganda project with Mines Without Borders and the Weaver Towers East hall president.