Alpha Sigma Tau is excited to announce that Katherine Onyshko, Delta Phi, has joined the Sorority’s National Council as National Vice President.
The National Council consists of one National President and five National Vice Presidents.
Katherine was initiated into the Delta Phi Chapter on November 12, 2006, at New York University, where she graduated with degrees in economics and history. After college, she joined the Peace Corps and served as a Business Development Volunteer in Senegal. During the Peace Corps, Katherine also focused on creating opportunities to empower young women, including creating a summer camp for high-achieving middle school girls. After the Peace Corps, Katherine attended Columbia Law School and graduated in 2015. After working at an international law firm in New York City, Katherine went on to clerk for the Honorable Christine M. Arguello in the Federal District Court of Colorado. Upon conclusion of her clerkship, Katherine joined another international law firm in New York City, Covington & Burling LLP. In her spare time, Katherine enjoys hosting dinner parties and is currently training for a century (100 mile) bike race.
“We are pleased to welcome Katherine to the National Council,” said National President Tiffany K. Street, Delta Mu. “Katherine brings a unique set of leadership skills, including a passion for empowering women and serving others. She will be an invaluable part of helping the Sorority achieve its strategic goals and vision for the future.”
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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