Alumni of Kappa Kappa Gamma are suing their sorority over its position of allowing biological men to become members.
The lawsuit in question, filed on Thursday, states that a transgender woman is being considered for a potential leadership role in the sorority, which could make KKG the first sorority with a transgender woman as its president. The candidate being considered, Tracy Nadzieja, was KKG’s first transgender woman member, accepting a position as an alumna initiate in the sorority in 2020.
“The Candidate has currently applied for, and is being considered for, a position in leadership to be voted on through an on-line election in April 2024,” the lawsuit reads. “This position could include being elected to Fraternity Council or even president of KKG. Most members remain unaware that the Candidate is a man.”
The suit also claims that Nadzieja was “fast-tracked” to a leadership position within the sorority