National Leadership Team

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 alumnae chapters.
  • Facilitate bonds of sisterhood between members.
  • Serve as representatives of Sigma Alpha at sorority, industry and affiliated association events.


Kimberly Stassen Neumann

Kim earned her bachelor’s degree in Agribusiness from North Dakota State University in December of 2009. An alumna of the Upsilon Chapter and an active member of the Sigma Alpha NDSU Alumnae, she was inducted into the chapter’s Alumnae Hall of Fame in 2018. She served the Sorority on a national level as a Chapter Consultant from 2011-2014 and as Vice President from 2015-2019. Kim is a loan officer at AgCountry Farm Credit Services and serves on the Women’s Group bringing educational and networking opportunities to female customers. She is a Director on the American Berkshire Foundation Board and the Treasurer of the Redwood County Corn & Soybean Growers Association. Kim and her husband, Brad, live on Brad’s family farm near Wabasso, MN. Because of the tremendous impact Sigma Alpha made in her life, Kim wants to ensure that same experience is available to fellow sisters.

Vice President

Michelle Horton

Michelle is an alumna of the Beta Eta Chapter, at Auburn University, where she obtained a Bachelor’s in Agricultural Communications. She also holds a Master’s in Agricultural Communications from Texas Tech University. Michelle served as a Chapter Consultant from 2021-2023. Currently, Michelle is the Marketing & Compliance Manager for AcreTrader, a farm capital investment company in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Prior to that role, she was the Membership & Communications Director for the Arkansas Cattlemen’s Director. Michelle also serves as Vice President for the Arkansas Women in Agriculture. In her free time, she enjoys reading and exploring the natural state.


Jessica Gray

Jessica graduated in 2006 from Texas A&M University with a bachelor’s degree in agriculture science. An alumna of the Alpha Pi Chapter, she has served on the National Sorority Board as the Professional Development Director and Vice President, and as a Leadership Seminar Coordinator. She received her master’s degree in education with an emphasis in instructional leadership and curriculum/instruction. Jessica is currently an Agriculture Science teacher specializing in Veterinary Medicine. In her free time, Jessica loves cooking, traveling, and attending any sports event involving the Fightin’ Texas Aggies with her daughter, Delanie.


Brooke Carter Greene

Brooke received her bachelor’s degree in Animal Science with a minor in Agriculture Business from the University of Tennessee in 2011.  While there, she served as the Theta chapter Treasurer for two years.  Brooke currently works as a Key Account Manager for ADM in their Animal Nutrition division.  When not answering phone calls from customers, Brooke enjoys relaxing at her home in central Illinois with her husband and critters or traveling to her beef farm in East Tennessee and visiting family.

Collegiate Membership Director

Megan Lutrick

Megan earned her bachelor’s degree in Animal Science from Tarleton State University in May of 2013. She is an alumna of the Alpha Zeta chapter and continues to support the collegiate member. Megan served the Sorority on a national level as a Chapter Consultant from 2013 – 2017 and as Collegiate Membership Director from 2017-2019. She works for TechnipFMC where she is an inside sales representative in the flowline business for Oklahoma City and International sales.  Her passion project is the owner of a successful wedding planning business, V6 Ranch Weddings & Events. Megan and her husband, Josh, currently live in Stephenville, TX with their two children, Valyn and Royce. In addition to being a Mom, Megan loves to give back to her community through various service organizations and leadership positions.

Professional Development Director

Rachel Walker

Growing up showing and judging dairy cattle in central Kentucky and being involved in 4-H and FFA, Rachel Walker is now a Pasture Specialist for Corteva AgriScience serving the Ohio River Valley States. Rachel, her husband Aron, and their 2 dogs enjoy being outdoors, building their careers, spending time with friends and family, and going to sporting events. During her collegiate time, Rachel was a member of the Beta Omicron Chapter and served on the sisterhood committee, as Professional Development Chair, and as Chapter President.

Development Director

Tasha King

Tasha graduated from Northwest Missouri State University in December 2013 where she was an active member of the Alpha Beta chapter. She continued her education at University of Nebraska receiving her masters and doctorate in Ruminant Nutrition. During Tasha’s graduate school career, she served as both a chapter consultant and development director for Sigma Alpha. She stepped away from the position to finish her doctorate and begin her career. Currently, Tasha is an Assistant Professor of Animal Science at Arkansas Tech University serving as a co-advisor for the Beta Tau chapter.

Communications Director

Shelby Martin

Shelby is an alumna of the Beta Gamma Chapter of Sigma Alpha at the University of Florida and graduated in 2019 with a Bachelor of Science in Public Relations and a minor in Agricultural Communications. Since 2021, Shelby has served as the Communications Coordinator for Florida Farm Bureau and is responsible for creating and editing the monthly newsletter, preparing original articles for the FFBF website, e-newsletter and other media produced or managed by the Public Relations Division.

Outreach Director

Katelyn Zeamer

Katelyn is a proud alumna of the Beta Zeta chapter at the University of Wisconsin – River Falls, where she served two terms as chapter treasurer while earning her BS in Animal Science in 2017. She continued her education at South Dakota State University where she earned an MS is Swine Nutrition. Katelyn works as a Swine Technical Sales Specialist and Formulator for Purina Animal Nutrition. She previously served as a chapter consultant for region 3 from 2020-2022. In her free time, she enjoys assisting the Beta Zeta alumnae chapter as president elect, serving on the endowment committee for Winneshiek County 4-H, and spending time exploring the bluffs of Northeast Iowa with her dog, Scout.

Meet the Chapter Consultants

The Sigma Alpha Chapter Consultant program exists to:

    • Offer consistent and timely delivery of Sorority services, resources and communications.
    • Provide a consistent and timely review and evaluation of chapter activities for compliance with the Sorority’s mission, objective and policies.
    • Support, mentor and guide collegiate chapter officers in the performance of their duties.

Grace Finke
Region 1: CA, ID, MT, OR, WA
Kappa, Xi, Alpha Iota, Alpha Phi, Beta Epsilon, Beta Omega, Gamma Beta

Grace graduated from Montana State University in 2023 with a degree in Business Management and minors in Agriculture Business and Small Business Management & Entrepreneurship. She is an alumna of the Gamma Beta chapter where she served as Recruitment Director, Vice President, and President. Grace grew up on a cow-calf and quarter-horse breeding operation in Big Sandy, Montana. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, finding the perfect coffee shops, sailing when possible, and spending time with friends and family.

Carleigh Obenshain
Region 2: AZ, CO, KS, NM, OK, WY
Nu, Alpha Epsilon, Alpha Nu, Alpha Rho, Alpha Sigma, Alpha Omega, Beta Mu, Beta Psi

Carleigh graduated from New Mexico State University in 2020, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Agriculture Business and Agriculture Economics. She is a charter member of the Alpha Sigma Chapter, and held the positions of President, and 1st Vice President during her time as an active member. Upon Graduation, Carleigh moved to Minnesota and started her career with Hormel Foods. She now lives in Iowa, working as a territory manager for Hormel. Carleigh served as a 2022 Leadership Seminar facilitator for Sigma Alpha, and looks forward to continuing to grow her passion for this organization! 

Shelly (Ransom) Hunt
Region 3: IA, MO, NE, ND, SD
Delta, Omicron, Upsilon, Omega, Alpha Beta, Alpha Delta, Alpha Xi, Alpha Chi

Shelly Hunt is an agricultural data scientist with a background in mathematics and agricultural engineering. She currently works in the AgTech practice at SAS Institute and her specialties include predictive modeling for row crop phenotypic responses and animal health optimization, stakeholder engagement, precision agriculture, and exploratory data analysis. She has a passion for sustainability and the agricultural industry and believes in using advanced analytics to optimize the food supply chain to feed the world and combat food waste.

Bryn Swearingen
Region 4: LA, MS, TX
Zeta, Rho, Phi, Alpha Zeta, Alpha Eta, Alpha Pi, Beta Pi, Beta Upsilon

Bryn is an alumna of the Alpha Omega Chapter at Kansas State University where she received an undergraduate and a master’s degree in Agricultural Economics. She currently is an Agricultural Economist for the USDA-Economic Research Service in Kansas City, Missouri, where her research focuses are wheat markets, price analysis, and grain storage. In her free time, she enjoys crocheting, crafting, and spending time with her niece and nephews.

Alicia Rushing
Region 5: IL, IN, WI
Beta, Sigma, Alpha Gamma, Alpha Mu, Alpha Tau, Beta Delta, Beta Zeta, Beta Xi

Alicia is a graduate of Southern Arkansas University in Magnolia, AR. During her time at SAU, she was a very active member of the Beta Rho chapter and served in many leadership roles, such as Scholarship Chair and New Member Educator (Second Vice President). Since graduating, Alicia moved back home to Pine Bluff, AR and now spends her free time with her family and her dogs. She is very honored and excited to serve Sigma Alpha as a chapter consultant and looks forward to the memories and bonds she will make with her sisters.


Kellie Zambito
Region 6: AL, AR, TN
Iota, Theta, Psi, Beta Eta, Beta Theta, Beta Rho, Beta Tau, Gamma Epsilon

Kellie Zambito is a graduate from the Beta Gamma Chapter at the University of Florida. She studied Food & Resource Economics and graduated with a Masters of Agribusiness degree in 2020. Since graduation, Kellie has owned her own company, served as the Beta Gamma Alumnae President, facilitated Sigma Alpha/Alpha Gamma Rho Leadership Seminars and today, she works as a business broker for Sunbelt Business Brokers of Tampa where she facilitates the confidential sale and acquisition of businesses.

Sarah Hoog
Region 7: KY, MI, OH
Alpha, Gamma, Alpha Upsilon, Beta Omicron, Beta Sigma, Beta Phi, Beta Chi, Gamma Alpha

Sarah is an alumna of the Alpha Chapter where she served as Founder’s Day Chair and Delegate for national events. She recently came from Ohio State with a degree in Agriscience  Education and is excited to continue growing with Sigma Alpha and help others to do the same! In free time, you can find them reading a book, crafting or finding a new place to go camping!

Marcy Engleman
Region 8: CT, DE, NH, NY, PA
Epsilon, Eta, Alpha Kappa, Alpha Lambda, Alpha Psi, Beta Kappa, Gamma Delta

Marcy Engleman is the Senior Coordinator of Conservation Education for the John James Audubon Center, teaching school children about the importance of birds and their habitats, about our watershed, climate change, and other environmental topics. Marcy has almost 30 years of experience in museum-based education. She spent 14 years as the Manager of School and Scout Programs at The Philadelphia Zoo, and another 14 as the Senior Educator at the Mutter Museum. She received a BS in Wildlife and Fisheries Science from Penn State, and an elementary education certification from Alvernia University.

Shannon Kehoe
Region 9: FL, GA, MD, NC, SC, VA, WV
Pi, Tau, Chi, Alpha Theta, Alpha Omicron, Beta Alpha, Beta Gamma, Beta Nu

Shannon graduated from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, best known as ABAC in 2018 with a degree in agricultural communication. After graduation, she worked for two years as the Communications Manager at Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity, before finding herself in her home state of Florida working for the University of Florida’s Department of Agricultural Education and Communication as their Marketing and Communication Specialist. While an undergraduate at the Beta Nu Chapter, Shannon served as the Secretary, Sisterhood Chair, and Recruitment Chair, and she represented her Sigma Alpha sisters when she won the 2018 Ms. ABAC Pageant. Shes erved the ABAC Greek community as Greek Council President for two years and was honored as Greek Woman of the Year in both 2016 and 2018. Shannon enjoys spending her time traveling, promoting Greek life (specifically Sigma Alpha), and hanging out with her dog. 

  • I love Sigma Alpha because it’s given me opportunities I didn’t know existed and has been a key player in shaping me into the professional I am today!

    Jordan Bonham
  • I love Sigma Alpha because every one is so supportive and passionate. There is nothing better than seeing other sisters making a difference and striving to be their best

    Lisa Ecker
  • I LOVE Sigma Alpha because it has provided me with opportunities, experiences, and sisters that I will cherish my entire life!

    Jessica Graham
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