Alpha Sigma Tau is excited to announce that Kristin Palmsiano, Delta Delta, has joined the Sorority’s National Council as National Vice President (Collegian).
The National Council consists of one President and five Vice Presidents, one of whom must be a collegian at the time of election. In fact, Alpha Sigma Tau is proud to be the first and only NPC organization with a collegian as a voting member of the National Council.
Kristin is studying psychology at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), with a minor in sociology. A dedicated Alpha Sigma Tau, Kristin has served as Director Structured Recruitment, Vice President of Growth, and (most recently) Chapter President of the Delta Delta Chapter. In honor of her accomplishments, UIC has recognized her with the Sorority President of the Year Award and the Chancellor’s Student Service and Leadership Award. Most recently, at the 41st National Convention in June, she was selected by her Sisters to receive the Mary Charles Adams Ashby Convention Top Tau Award (Collegian), which goes to the collegian who best embodies the Sorority’s values during Convention. Kristin graduates from UIC this spring and plans to go to graduate school. In her spare time, she is an avid reader and Chicago Cubs fan.
“We are excited to welcome Kristin to the National Council,” said National President Tiffany K. Street, Delta Mu. “Kristin has strong leadership skills and experiences which, combined with her perspective as a collegian, will continue to help the Sorority achieve is strategic goals and vision for the future.”
Kristin’s term began on January 24.
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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