Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority is pleased to announce the hiring of three new staff members in January.
Kendal Adams, Beta Omega (pictured center above), and Danica Davis, Epsilon Sigma (pictured right), joined the staff as Educational Consultants on January 4.
Kendal has a bachelor of arts degree in communications from Monmouth University in West Long Branch, New Jersey. She joined the Beta Omega Chapter during the fall of her sophomore year. During her time as a collegian, she held several officer positions including Director of Event Planning, Director of Collegiate-Alumnae Engagement, Director of New Member Education, and Director of Philanthropy. She also served on Monmouth University’s Panhellenic Council for two years holding multiple positions including President, Vice President of Programming, and Philanthropy Chair.
Danica Davis holds a bachelor of arts degree in communications with a concentration in strategic communications, and a management minor, from Bridgewater State University in Bridgewater, Massachusetts. She was a founding member of the Epsilon Sigma Chapter and served as the chapter’s Co-Director of Public Relations and Director of Structured Recruitment.
Alexandria “Alex” Kennedy (pictured left above) joined staff on January 30 as Chapter Services Coordinator. Alex is responsible for working with a select set of client chapters and managing, implementing, and assessing the Illuminate member development program.
Prior to coming to Alpha Sigma Tau, Alex served as the Greek Affairs Coordinator at Western Kentucky University from 2014-2016, while also pursuing her master of arts in student affairs and higher education. Alex will graduate with her master’s degree in May. Alex graduated cum laude from Central Michigan University with a bachelor of arts in communication and minor in leadership studies. There, she was initiated into the Alpha Upsilon Chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta and served her chapter as Vice President of Member Development and President. Alex looks forward to being on the Alpha Sigma Tau team in a role that will blend her biggest passions including women’s development, leadership, and creating positive change.
“We are excited to have these three women join our team this year,” said Angie Bong, Associate Executive Director of Member Services. “They each bring unique skills and talents that will help us advance the mission and strategic priorities of the organization.”
About Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority – Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority was founded November 4, 1899, at Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti, Michigan. The purpose of Alpha Sigma Tau is to promote the ethical, cultural, and social development of its members. The Sorority offers membership programming with an emphasis on academic achievement, community service, leadership development, and personal growth opportunities.
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