President: Carrie Cooley

Major: Elementary Education

Hometown: Connersville, IN


Vice President Operations: Katie Janosky
Major: Telecommunications with a concentration in Audio Production
Hometown: Noblesville, IN

Vice President Risk Management: Katy Collins

Major: Elementary and Special Education

Hometown: Galloway, OH


Vice President Member Experience:  Kassie Kirkland

Major: Early Childhood Education

Hometown: Fishers, IN


Vice President Finance/Housing: Rachel Tupps

Major: Early Childhood Education

Hometown: Pendleton, IN


Vice President Community Relations:  Ava Ford

Major: Nursing

Hometown: Connersville, IN


Vice President Recruitment: Isabella VanSickle

Major: Biology with a concentration in Zoology and Wildlife Biology and Conservation 

Hometown: Beech Grove, IN


Vice President Inclusion: Hailey Jeeninga
Major: Psychology and Sociology
Hometown: Crown Point, IN


Alicia Lambert

Initiation date and chapter: 2021 Indiana Alpha

Exec positions you advise: Chapter President

Hometown: Pendleton, IN

What do you do: I am an Executive Director at Wellbrooke of Avon

Why do you serve on AAC? I serve on AAC because I had an amazing experience during my time as a Pi Phi at Ball State and I wanted to give back to our organization. More than anything I wanted to serve as a mentor and help members further themselves both personally and professionally.

Morgan Olson

Initiation date and chapter: Fall 2013 at Indiana Zeta

Exec positions you advise: VP of Risk Management and VP Community Relations 

Hometown: Fort Wayne, IN

What you do: Assistant Director of Marketing & Promotions with the Fort Wayne TinCaps

How has Pi Beta Phi impacted your life? Pi Phi taught me many skills it takes to be a leader and how to work in a group setting. Pi Phi also gave me some of my favorite college memories & one of the best support systems I could ask for.

Becky Moore Thompson

Initiation date and chapter: 1973 at Indiana Zeta

Exec positions you advise: VP of Member Experience 

Hometown: Muncie, IN

What you do: I am a retired educator with over 40 years of experience as a mathematics and Spanish teacher, high school Principal, and Assistant Superintendent

How has Pi Beta Phi impacted your life? I have been both an active collegiate and alumna Pi Phi my entire adult life and have developed deep friendships along the way.  I treasure them all and appreciate any opportunities to support and celebrate powerful women.

Jenna Winters

Initiation date and chapter: 2014 at Indiana Zeta

Exec positions you advise: VP of Finance and Housing

Hometown: Muncie, IN

What you do: I am a registered nurse at IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital in the Oncology Unit

How has Pi Beta Phi impacted your life? Pi Phi has brought me some of my closest friends that have been there through the great times in life as well as the not so great. I also have been able to make connections in my career and with some of my patients through Pi Beta Phi