National Sorority Board

The purpose of the National Sorority Board is to:

  • Oversee the Sorority's national operations and management in accordance with the National Bylaws, policies and procedures.
  • Provide guidance to collegiate and alumni chapters.
  • Facilitate bonds of sisterhood between members.
  • Serve as representatives of Sigma Alpha at sorority, industry and affiliated association events.

President

Kelly Lawler

president@sigmaalpha.org

Kelly Lawler is a professional campaign treasurer for candidates and committees. Kelly has owned and operated The KAL Group since May of 2004. She earned her Bachelor's Degree in Agriculture Business in 2001 from CSU, Chico where she was a Founding Sister of the Alpha Iota chapter of Sigma Alpha. Kelly helped found Walden Academy, Glenn Counties first independent charter school and served on their board for 5 years. Kelly has served as the National Sigma Alpha Treasurer for two years.

Vice President

Kim Stassen

alumni@sigmaalpha.org

Kim graduated in 2009 from North Dakota State University with a bachelor’s degree in Agribusiness. She was very active in the Upsilon Chapter, serving as the President and the Ag Career Fair Chair her senior year. Kim served as a Chapter Consultant from 2011-2014, supporting chapters on the East Coast and in the Midwest. She has also stayed very active with her alumni chapter since graduation. Kim is currently working at ProPartners Financial in Lake Elmo, Minnesota, as a Scorecard Analyst.

Treasurer

This position is currently vacant.

Secretary

Kate Hadley

secretary@sigmaalpha.org

Kate was an active member of the Gamma chapter at Michigan State University and served on the Executive Board as House Manager and House Accountant. She is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Crop and Soil Science and hopes to work as an agronomist

Director of Collegiates

Samantha Anderson

vicepresident@sigmaalpha.org

Samantha is a proud graduate of Murray State University in Murray, Kentucky, where she obtained her Bachelor of Science in Agriculture. From 2012-2013, she served as president of Alpha Upsilon Chapter. Currently, Samantha is employed as the Upper South Regional Director for Turning Point USA. When not discussing why she loves capitalism, Samantha enjoys offshore fishing with her father and adding to her vinyl record collection.

Professional Programming Director

Jessica Graham

professionaldevelopment@sigmaalpha.org

Jessica graduated in 2006 from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor's degree in Agriculture Science. She got married to her husband, Larry, and they have a daughter, Delanie. She is currently an Agriculture Science teacher and primarily teaches Veterinary Science. She recently graduated with her Masters degree in Education with an emphasis in instructional leadership and curriculum/instruction.

Development Director

Tasha King

development@sigmaalpha.org

Tasha graduated from Northwest Missouri State University in December 2013 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Animal Science and a minor in Biochemistry. She served as both leadership chair and president while a member of the Alpha Beta chapter. Tasha received her Master's degree from the University of Nebraska Lincoln in 2016.

Communications Director

Caroline Roper

communicationsdirector@sigmaalpha.org

Caroline is an Orlando, Florida, native and graduate of the Beta Gamma Chapter at the University of Florida. While at UF, Caroline held various leadership roles within the chapter and was awarded the 2012 Outstanding National Senior Award. After earning her Bachelor's and Master's in Agricultural Education and Communication, she relocated to Atlanta, Georgia, to work as industry communications program manager for the Southeast United Dairy Industry Association (SUDIA).

Outreach Director

Jordan Bonham

outreach@sigmaalpha.org

Jordan is an alumna of Alpha Chapter at the Ohio State University, where she received her Bachelor's of Science in Agricultural Communication and minors in both Production Agriculture and International Social and Economic Development. She currently lives in Nebraska working for Cargill as a Farm Marketer, assisting the American farmer in managing their grain risk. When Jordan isn't meeting on a farm, she enjoys traveling the country and photographing her adventures, as well as rooting for the Ohio State Buckeyes and Nebraska Huskers, making her a "Huskeye".