Panhellenic Support Team
Alpha Sigma Tau’s Panhellenic Support Team consists of a Chief Panhellenic Officer and Panhellenic Specialists. These volunteers provide support to collegiate chapter officers and advisors to advance chapter performance as it relates to College Panhellenic Association matters. They assist chapters with recruitment support related to Release Figure Methodology (RFM) expectations and policies, determining campus recruitment structure, resetting total, review of College Panhellenic Association rules, and more. The Panhellenic Support Team helps to ensure all Alpha Sigma Tau chapters are equipped to be active and positive participants in the College Panhellenic Association.
Chief Panhellenic Officer
Carol Mooney (Alpha Lambda 1970/Radford) calls Virginia home. After earning her B.A. from Radford and teacher certification from the University of Virginia, Carol worked for the federal government and in the field of education.
Residing in Norfolk, Virginia, Jen Cohen (Gamma Rho 2005/Seton Hall) works in student life at Old Dominion University. In her first professional role after graduation, Jen served as an AΣT Educational Consultant for two years, supporting and visiting more than 60 collegiate chapters.
Originally from Southern New Jersey, Megan MacFeat (Beta Mu 2008/Salisbury) now lives in Baltimore after attending Salisbury University for her Bachelor’s in Education and Loyola University for her Master’s in Early Childhood Special Education.
A proud Baltimorean, Erica Richards (Beta Mu 2010/Salisbury) earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Video Production from Salisbury University and her Master’s Degree in Film Studies from National University. She currently works as a video producer and editor with the government.
Victoria Seader (Gamma Tau 2013/Lebanon Valley) studied biochemistry and neuroscience at Lebanon Valley College in Annville, Pennsylvania. She now lives in North Wales, Pennsylvania, and works in project management for a pharmaceutical company.
Joanne Rupprecht Walter
Joanne Walter (Psi 2002/James Madison) is a 2006 graduate of James Madison University where she majored in communication sciences and disorders and minored in special education. Joanne continued her education by earning a M.Ed. in Speech-Language Pathology at the University of Georgia. She specializes in treating pediatric populations, having worked in both the public school and private practice settings.
A resident of Columbia, South Carolina, Bethany Yost (Beta Delta 2012/Duquesne) earned her bachelor’s in public relations and advertising from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. After graduating, she worked with AΣT as an Educational Consultant for two years.