Shauna Heinsler Jackson, Delta Alpha, Committee Chair, was initiated in March 1999. She has previously served the Sorority as the New Member Advisor for the Alpha Tau Chapter, as a District President, and as a District Coordinator. Shauna was one of a group of Sisters who re-established the Erie Alumnae Chapter in 2010. In addition to the Nominations Committee, she currently is the Chapter Advisor for the Alpha Tau Chapter and President of the Erie Alumnae Chapter.
Shae McLin, Phi, has been an initiated member since August 1993, after which she served her chapter as New Member Educator. She is also a charter member of the Southeastern Louisiana Alumnae Chapter, where she served as Ritual Chair. Shae is an Oncology Certified Nurse working in an infusion center in Baton Rouge. She is married to Robert and has two sons, Evan and Aden.
Rachel Roller, Delta Pi, was initiated in fall 2016 at Oglethorpe University. She currently serves as Vice President of Member Development for Delta Pi and Panhellenic President. Previously, she has held the roles of Vice President of Finance, Finance Assistant, Historian, and Nominations Chair for her chapter. Outside of Alpha Sigma Tau, she is an Admissions Student Ambassador, a member of the Orientation Council, and the national leadership honor society, Omicron Delta Kappa. She will graduate in 2017 with degrees in human resource management and economics, and is looking forward to starting her career in human resources.
Pam Steele, Psi, was initiated as an alumnae member in spring 2013. Pam currently works at James Madison University in the Office of Residence Life. Pam also serves on the Chapter Advisory Board for the Psi Chapter. In this role, she works specifically with the Tau Honor Council, the Director of Academic Success, the nominations process, and the day-to-day functions of the chapter.
Dr. Kristin Walker, Alpha Lambda, joined Alpha Sigma Tau in January 2000 at Radford University in Virginia, where she earned her bachelor of science degree in English. She taught high school English and served as the assistant director of a dance studio in the Washington, D.C. area for seven years. At the same time, Kristin also began serving Alpha Sigma Tau as an alumna. In 2010, she began her master’s degree at Clemson University in South Carolina, and followed by earning her Ph.D. Currently, Kristin is the Associate Director of Analytics and Initiatives at Clemson’s Center for Career and Professional Development. After eight years serving on the National Council, she currently serves as a Nominations Committee member She also serves as Webmaster for the Northern Virginia Alumnae Panhellenic Association and as Faculty Advisor for Clemson’s chapter of Farmhouse Fraternity.
Collegian Alternate: Taylor Hogg, Zeta Tau, was initiated in spring 2014. She is currently serving her second term as Vice President of Growth, and is also the Director of Collegiate-Alumnae Engagement. She previously served as Tau Honor Delegate, Director of Structured Recruitment, and Director of Housing. Outside of Alpha Sigma Tau, she is a Greek Ambassador, a member of the Student Government Association Senate, and serves on the Longwood Senior Class Council as secretary. She also currently works as a Gallery Attendant at the Longwood Center for the Visual Arts. Taylor is a communication studies major with a concentration in organizational communication and public relations, and will graduate in May 2017.
Alumna Alternate: vacant