The employees of the Sorority are the Headquarters Staff.
The Headquarters Staff leads the Sorority in executing strategic initiatives based on our core values of Intellect, Excellence, Graciousness, Respect and Connections. These core values guide the operations and decisions of the Sorority.
Mail: 3334 Founders Road
Indianapolis, IN 46268
Executive Director, Jim Paponetti
Director of Chapter Services, Aubrey Ramsey
Associate Director of Chapter Services, Allison Bressler
Member Engagement Coordinator, Justina Solties
Director of Membership Growth, Gretchen Stahl
Recruitment Specialist, Ashley Smith
Director of Operations, Holly Morris
Director of Finance, Pam Myhre
Executive Assistant, Position to be filled
Special Projects Coordinators, Christina Silas and Kellee Neary
For a list of current employment opportunities with Alpha Sigma Tau, follow this link.
Jim Paponetti firstname.lastname@example.org
The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Sorority, and implementing such policies as may be adopted by the National Council. The Executive Director shall have the authority to hire, supervise, discipline, and terminate all employees, and perform other such duties as required by the governing documents or as assigned by the National Council.
General Areas of Responsibility: hire and supervise Headquarters Staff; appoint and supervise Volunteer Personnel; execute objectives of the Strategic Plan; corporate Secretary and Treasurer of the National Organization; serve as a representative of the Sorority; work as an ex-officio, non-voting member of the National Council to serve the best interests of the Sorority; manage relationships with partner organizations and licensed vendors; Alumnae Chapter/Association support; chapter housing; and member development programming.
Contact Jim when you have issues related to chapter housing, alumnae chapter or alumnae association concerns, or general alumnae questions.
Director of Chapter Services
Aubrey Ramsey email@example.com ext. 7229
The Director of Chapter Services is responsible for the Educational Consultant Program and managing general collegiate chapter management related concerns.
General Areas of Responsibility: Educational Consultant Program; chapter probation; membership retention; GreekLifeEdu implementation; general chapter management issues; general education; officer transition; Tau Honor Council; academics; risk management; new member education; chapter finances; philanthropy and service; chapter events; and the Annual Member Exam.
Contact Aubrey when you have chapter management concerns or issues that exceed your Educational Consultants ability to assist; if your chapter is on Probation with the Sorority or your college/university; if you are interested in becoming an Educational Consultant; or if you need assistance with any of the items listed above.
Associate Director of Chapter Services
Allison Bressler firstname.lastname@example.org ext. 7564
The Associate Director of Chapter Services assists the Director of Chapter Services to enhance the collegiate chapter experience and focuses primarily on the Chapter Advisory Board program and the Ritual.
General Areas of Responsibility: manage the advisor appointment process; Chapter Advisory Board education; develop Ritual resources and education; assist members with Ritual questions; prepare Ritual team for Chapter Installations; and assist Director of Chapter Services with general chapter management concerns.
Contact Allison when you have interest in serving on a Chapter Advisory Board; to be a part of advisor educational programming, or have questions about the Ritual.
Member Engagement Coordinator
Justina Solties email@example.com
The Member Engagement Coordinator is responsible for the Sorority’s communications, marketing, member engagement, and brand identity.
General Areas of Responsibility: develop and manage the Sorority’s communication plan and schedule; educate members on communication, marketing and brand standards; assist in serving the needs of alumnae chapters, associations, and individual alumnae members; and work closely with a volunteer team for publication and delivery of THE ANCHOR.
Contact Justina when you have a question about alumnae chapters or associations; communications or brand standards; contributing Alumnae Dues; the Alumnae Affiliation program; or general questions about how to remain engaged.
Director of Membership Growth
Gretchen Stahl firstname.lastname@example.org ext. 7226
The Director of Membership Growth is responsible for overseeing the extension and recruitment efforts of the Sorority.
General Areas of Responsibility: review the NPC Extension Bulletin and submit proposals to extend; develop and deliver extension presentations when invited; lead colonization efforts; recruitment efforts and statistics of all chapters and colonies; supervise Educational Consultants.
Contact Gretchen when you have a question about recruitment processes; preparation for recruitment; RFM questions, etc. If your campus is discussing extension, please contact your Alpha Sigma Tau NPC Area Delegate.
Ashley Smith email@example.com
The Recruitment Specialist is responsible for working with client chapters to coach their collegiate members and appointed advisors toward enhanced membership recruitment and retention results.
General Areas of Responsibility: Serve as recruitment coach for client chapters; assist with development and execution of innovative membership recruitment workshops and resources; lead or assist on-campus recruitment and membership selection for Alpha Sigma Tau colonies.
Contact Ashley when you have a question about recruitment processes; preparation for recruitment; membership retention; etc.
Director of Operations
Holly Morris firstname.lastname@example.org ext. 7571
The Director of Operations is responsible for ensuring smooth operating systems for the Sorority, managing affinity partnerships and licensed vendors; national event logistics; and the Member Development Program Pilot Process.
General Areas of Responsibility: manage technical support and integration for Billhighway, GIN, and Patriot Database (Officer Portal); work with affinity partners to ensure consistent messaging and data sharing; Member Development Pilot Program; and Convention/Officer Academy logistics and details.
Contact Holly when you have a question about Billhighway, GIN, or Officer Portal technical issues; need information on licensed vendors; to get local vendors licensed; are a Pilot Chapter for the Member Development Program; or have event logistics questions for Convention or Officer Academy (rooming, travel, etc.)
Director of Finance
Pam Myhre email@example.com ext. 7565
The Director of Finance is responsible for managing all in-house general accounting tasks, overseeing accounts payable and receivable, and handling general human resource related tasks.
General Areas of Responsibility: work with chapters on billing issues; pay vendors; process governmental compliance forms; manage payroll.
Contact Pam when you have questions about: a Chapter Financial Statement in Officer Portal; a bill; how to submit a payment, etc.
Position to be filled firstname.lastname@example.org ext. 7575
The Executive Assistant is responsible for serving as the main point of member services contact. The Executive Assistant answers the main telephone line, responds to general email inquiries, and manages all incoming and outgoing mail.
General Areas of Responsibility: general member service questions; approve Member Status Changes reported in Officer Portal; fulfill supply orders; overall Data Management.
In the absence of an Executive Assistant, contact Headquarters when you have questions about member status changes; need assistance with a supply order; need to order a replacement Badge; or, simply when you are not sure who to speak to.
The Special Projects Coordinators are responsible for migrating historical data and membership information to electronic files. Christina moved from service as the Sorority’s first Administrative Assistant in Indianapolis to a part-time office assistant, and Kellee is a founding member of the Epsilon Lambda Chapter of Alpha Sigma Tau.
Educational Consultants visit chapters to inspire chapter officers and members; educate members on important Sorority information and processes; assist with recruitment; and assess the chapter’s operational and financial status. Educational Consultants also empower and mentor collegiate chapters and colonies.
General Areas of Responsibility: conduct chapter/colony visits; assess chapter/colony strengths and weaknesses and make recommendations for improvement; serve as expert in chapter management, risk management, recruitment, leadership education, new member education, membership development, campus relations; meet with campus FSA; work with Chapter Advisory Boards and House Corporation Officers.
Contact your Educational Consultant when you have questions about a visit or follow up report; general chapter management questions and concerns; or basic questions about the Sorority experience.