Kappa Alpha Theta has been growing in sisterhood since 1870 as each member strives to develop themselves through leadership, academics, service and most importantly life long friendships. Today, the same holds true for us here at The University of Oklahoma. 845 Chautauqua has become a place that each of us can call home. I think that it is safe to say on the behalf of our members here at the Alpha Omicron chapter that we have found a community full of love and support that we will treasure for a lifetime. Through the numerous activities our members are involved in, rather it be in the classroom, campus activities, service projects or beyond college, our members strive to excel in all they do.


Through this website, I hope the time and talents of our 300+ members is reflected, as each of them have put forth the passion and dedication needed to accomplish these things. Our chapter is full of wonderful women who each truly have unique gifts that make Kappa Alpha Theta so special. I am honored to have the privilege to lead these amazing women this year and I expect great things to come in the future. As you can see, this chapter holds a dear place in my heart and I hope you can see how special this place truly is.


Boomer Sooner!

Amy Quirk

Alpha Omicron | Chief Executive Officer


Chief Executive Officer, Amy Quirk, while studying abroad in Italy.