Chapter Leadership


President: Sara Haney

Major: Logistics and Supply Chain Management

Hometown: Schereville, IN

What my position does: I am responsible for supervising chapter life to ensure the maintenance of high standards and the well-being of the chapter.

Fun Fact: I was once in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade


Vice President Operations: Teagan Marquardt

Major: Speech Pathology

Hometown: Angola, IN

What my position does: I am responsible for supervising chapter life to ensure the maintenance of high standards and the well-being of the chapter.

Fun fact: I can recite the Pledge of Allegiance in French


Vice President Risk Management: Cara Walsh

Major: Secondary English Education

Hometown: Elgin, IL

What my position does: I oversee all social events and member conduct concerns.

Fun fact: I plan on training to be a sky diving instructor over the summer!


Vice President Member Experience: Laura Stella

Major: Legal Studies with a minor in American Sign Language

Hometown: New Lenox, IL

What my position does: I am responsible for the implementation of programming that promotes a premier member experience. I delegate to our director of New Member Experience, Director of Lifelong Membership, Director of Academics and Director of Fraternity Heritage.

Fun fact: Im in a business fraternity, Pi Sigma Epsilon, where I am the Vice President of Human Resources


Vice President Finance/Housing: Sammie Coomler

Major: Marketing

Hometown: Indianapolis, IN

What my position does: I'm responsible for overseeing all finance and facility management tasks, creating and maintaining the chapter budget, and facility upkeep and organization.

Fun fact: I've sang in castles and cathedrals in Germany and Austria


Vice President Community Relations: Camryn Kerrigan

Major: Elementary Education

Hometown: Fishers, IN

What my position does: I help shape the chapter's overall brand on campus and in the local community. I also promote positive relationships with other on-campus organizations, as well as with alumnae and parents.

Fun fact: I lived in Sarasota, FL. for seven years!


Vice President Recruitment: Monice Greenwell

Major: Criminal Justice

Hometown: Fort Wayne, IN

What my position does: I am in charge of the formal/informal recruitment process and member selection.


ALUMNAE ADVISORY COMMITTEE


Katie Gerrity

Initiation date and chapter: Fall 2003 at Indiana Zeta

Exec positions you advise: Chapter President and Panhellenic Delegate

Hometown: Carmel, IN

What you do: Director of Marketing and Communication

How has Pi Beta Phi impacted your life?
The statement "it's not four years, it's for life" couldn't ring any truer for me. In undergrad, Pi Phi gave me the confidence and life skills to hold my own in a boardroom, to know I deserve a seat at the table, and to stand for something.  Pi Phi introduced me to some of my best friends, not just Pi Phi's but other panhellenic sisters, mentors and lifelong connections I never knew I needed. As an alumna, Pi Phi introduced me to yet another group of incredible women that without the bond of wine and silver blue I may never have met. Today, Pi Phi gives me the opportunity to give back to an organization that gave so much to me. I've had the opportunity to advise hundreds of young women, who joined our organization for the same reasons I did more than a decade ago, who live their lives by the same values I do, who want to leave a lasting impact on their chapter and university. I look forward to the day that my daughters get to start their journey into the sisterhood of Pi Beta Phi and create their own bonds, experience, and legacy.


Brenda Bishop

Initiation date and chapter: 1989 at Indiana Gamma

Exec positions you advise: VP of Community Relations

Hometown: Indianapolis, IN

What you do: I am responsible for marketing and communications at the Kelley School of Business at IUPUI. I also teach Business Communications, which is a 200-level course required for all business majors

How has Pi Beta Phi impacted your life? Pi Phi gave me the gift of accountability. When you become accountable to someone other than yourself, you emerge as a credible, trusted individual. This allows you to build meaningful relationships and cultivate a sense of community. 


Chandler Dickerson

Initiation date and chapter: Fall 2013 at Indiana Zeta

Exec positions you advise: VP of Risk Management

Hometown: Naples, FL

What you do: I am a case manager for the department of children and families in Florida.

How has Pi Beta Phi impacted your life? Pi Phi taught me how to be a leader. I am able to use the skills I learned in Pi Phi in my professional life.


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


Alicia Lambert

Initiation date and chapter: 2012 Indiana Alpha

Exec positions you advise: VP of Philanthropy

Hometown: Pendleton, IN

What 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 our members further themselves both personally and professionally. 


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 education 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.


Sarah Eller

Initiation date and chapter: 2002 at Indiana Zeta

Exec positions you advise: VP of Member Development, VP of Membership, and New Member Coordinator

Hometown: Indianapolis, IN

What you do: I serve as the director of alumnae services for another national headquarters. My focus is on the cultivation of alumnae engagement by developing strategies through communication, programming, and overall experience. 

Why do you serve on AAC? I believe in fraternity and what it can bring into your life. My collegiate experience was influenced by the women who served on the AAC at the time. Not only did they support me as a collegiate member, but as an alumna serving as a reference for me while seeking my first job. My hope is to guide the women I advise and/or interact with in whatever their needs are at the time. I may be their advisor but I’m first and foremost their sister.