National Sorority Board 2019 Slate

The Nomination Committee is pleased to present the following slate of National Sorority Board (NSB) officers. In accordance with national bylaws, they will be voted on during the Sigma Alpha Sorority National Convention on Saturday, July 20, 2019.

The Nomination Committee has reviewed all applications submitted, interviewed each of the candidates, verified that each of the candidates meet the qualifications outlined in the National Bylaws, and voted upon the slate of candidates below. Applicant resumes will be included in the delegate folder that each delegate will receive upon check-in at Convention.

At National Chapter Congress, any alumna that meets the National Bylaw qualifications to run for National Sorority Board may be nominated from the floor of Convention for each of the positions. After the nominations close for each position, the candidates will speak and two others will speak on their behalf. Then, voting takes place, and the elected officers are announced.

If you have any questions or are interested in running for a position from the floor of Chapter Congress, please feel free to contact Kelly Lawler, National President & Nomination Committee Chair, at

Vice President

Jessica Graham

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 since 2017. She received her master’s degree in education with an emphasis in instructional leadership and curriculum/instruction. Jessica is an agriculture science teacher and primarily teaches veterinary science. She lives in Huntsville, TX with her husband, Larry, and their daughter, Delanie. In her free time, Jessica loves cooking, traveling, and attending any sports event involving the Fightin’ Texas Aggies.

Professional Development Director

Carrie Blain

Carrie graduated in 2009 from Texas A&M University with a bachelor’s degree in poultry science. An alumna of the Alpha Pi Chapter, she served as a facilitator for the 2019 Leadership Seminars. Carrie lives in Greeley, Colorado and is the director of talent for Pilgrim’s US and is very active in the poultry industry. In her free time, she loves relaxing at the ranch with friends and family, shopping, cooking, and growing flowers. Carrie has three nephews who are the light of her life, and she is already working on convincing them to attend Texas A&M.

Collegiate Membership Director

April Burg

April graduated from the University of Delaware in 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in food and agribusiness marketing and management. As a collegian, she served the Alpha Kappa Chapter as second vice president and represented Sigma Alpha on campus as both a founding member of and the public relations chair for the Special Interest Greek Council. As an alumna, she has served the Sorority nationally as a Chapter Consultant since 2015 and enjoys traveling throughout the Northeast and beyond on behalf of Sigma Alpha. April lives in Wilmington, DE with her boyfriend and works for AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, traveling, and practicing hot yoga.

Communications Director

Molly Lass

Molly graduated in 2014 from North Dakota State University with a bachelor’s degree in equine science. She served the Upsilon Chapter in a variety of rolls as a collegian, and she currently serves as the North Dakota State University Alumnae Chapter’s president. Molly was a National Chapter Consultant for the Sorority from 2014-2016, supporting chapters in the Upper Midwest and has served on the National Sorority Board as the Communications Director since 2017. She is currently working for Land O’ Lakes in Arden Hills, MN as a quality operations specialist. In her free time, Molly enjoys traveling and meeting up with her Sigma Alpha sisters.

  • I love Sigma Alpha because of all the professional growth I have personally experienced within my membership both collegiate and alumna!

    Megan Lutrick
  • Anytime someone asks me what the best part of college was, the answer is always the same: Sigma Alpha!

    Molly Lass
  • I love Sigma Alpha for the opportunities it has given me to collaborate and achieve with empowering female leaders.

    Emily Bartusiak
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