Immediate Past Satrap Bio 2017-2018

When I first decided to pledge for Kappa Psi 4 years ago, I never would have imagined that I would one day have an opportunity to serve as Satrap for the entire province!  I knew very early on that I wanted to serve as Secretary of Mid-America Province, because I love to be organized and contribute “behind-the-scenes,” but the position of Satrap definitely seemed outside my comfort zone.  However, this past year, I was and continue to be amazed by everything our chapters have accomplished.  I realized that, if all of you guys could accomplish so much, I could handle the position of Satrap.  You guys inspired me to rise to the occasion!  I loved every second of being Secretary, and I put everything that I had into that position.  I plan to do the same with Satrap, and it is because of all of you.on.  I plan to do the same with Satrap, and it is because of all of you. My interests include philanthropy, salad, tree kangaroos, tutoring, traveling, my nieces, and my husband.
Kappa Psi History
Fall 2012 Pledge class secretary
2013-2014 Chi Recording Secretary
2014-2015 Chi Corresponding Secretary
2015-2016 Chi IL Grad Liaison
Served as Chi chapter delegate for 3 MAP conclaves & 56th GCC
Founded Chi’s Philanthropy Committee, Fall 2013
2015-2016 Mid-America Province Secretary
MAP Committees – Risk Management (2013-2014), Philanthropy Co-chair (2014-2016)
International Committees – Philanthropy 2013-present
Foundation Scholarship Recipient 2015

Immediate Past Satrap Bio

Sarah is an Initiate of Pi Chapter at Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN and graduated in May 2014. She currently is a member of Kansas City Grad Chapter. As a Brother of Kappa Psi, Sarah served as Pi Chapter Vice-Regent, Professional Projects Chair, and Pledge Class President along with her term as Mid-America Province Secretary. She has also become involved in APhA, ASHP, and the Indiana Pharmacist Alliance. What Sarah loves most about Kappa Psi are the friendships she has made over the years and the opportunities the Fraternity has given her both personally and professionally. She states that if it wasn’t for Kappa Psi and the amazing connections she has made, she would not be where she is today. It was through Kappa Psi that she found her PGY1 residency, which has led to her dream job in oncology. Upon graduation from her PGY1 residency at Mercy Hospital in Springfield, MO, Sarah plans on staying at Mercy and continuing her career as a clinical pharmacist and part of their oncology team. Along with finding her dream job through Kappa Psi, Sarah is also married to her husband, Aaron, a 2008 initiate of Pi Chapter.


Immediate Past Satrap 2016-2017 Charges

Brother Sarah Kuntz, Immediate Past Satrap

  1. GCD involvement:  Establish MAP GCD listserv with deadline reminders and to serve as a forum for sharing ideas.  Conference Calls with GCDs and MAP Supervisors to address any questions or concerns.  Implement a GCD workshop/breakout session at conclave meetings to review deadlines, policies, or other topics that GCDs would like to see addressed.
  2. Scholarship:  Call for interested graduate brothers to serve on scholarship committee.  Once committee is established, begin conference calls to determine scholarship timeline (when will we start awarding it), criteria, and application process. Discuss the idea of an endowment with graduate brothers and if we think this would be feasible
  3. Work with awards committee to determine criteria and timeline for Outstanding Graduate Brother Award (plan to present at fall conclave)