Dr. Mary Agnes (Aggie) Malter, President

Gamma Xi Chapter at Widener University

Aggie is an independent school leader, educator, and strategist with experience in a variety of senior-level association, academic and administrative leadership roles. She currently works as the executive director of the Philadelphia Area Independent School Business Officers Association in Wayne, PA. Aggie has applied her professional knowledge to extensive volunteer roles on both Supreme Council and the Foundation.

Lynn L. Coffey, Vice President

Delta Lambda Chapter at Muhlenberg College

Lynn has served in strategic board roles for both the Fraternity and the Foundation for nearly 30 years. Professionally, Lynn has been with Minneapolis Community and Technical College as a faculty member in psychology and the coordinator of the Social Science Division. She resides in Plymouth, MN.

Holly Esposito, Treasurer

Gamma Xi Chapter at Widener University

Holly brings more than 20 years of accounting experience to the board, including work as a senior accountant/auditor, manager of financial planning, and corporate experience as assistant controller and president. Previously, she served the Foundation as treasurer and president. Holly lives near Philadelphia, PA.

Christine Fillmore, Secretary

Beta Chapter at Tufts University

Chris has more than 20 years of experience as an attorney in municipal practice, with an emphasis on town, city, and village government. A published author and a teacher, Chris also provides advice on all aspects of municipal law to New Hampshire local governments and their officials. Christine is an attorney with Gardner Fulton & Waugh PLLC in Lebanon, NH.

Marianne Cohen, Director

Delta Beta Chapter at the University of Rochester

Marianne is a seasoned conference and event planner with significant background in marketing, fundraising, and nonprofits. Professionally, she is the executive director of the Wakefield Lynnfield Chamber of Commerce and senior consultant at Mannersmith Etiquette Consulting. Marianne lives in Wakefield, MA.

Michele Dominiak, Director

Theta Theta Chapter at Indiana University South Bend

Michele has more than 15 years of experience in promotion, expansion, and development of for-profit and nonprofit organizations. She currently works as the manager of publications operations at the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics in Reston, VA.

Kara Dress, Director

Kappa Chapter at The George Washington University

Kara is a marketing and communications professional with more than 15 years of experience in brand strategy and management, strategic marketing, public relations and integrated technology solutions in the nonprofit arena. Kara currently oversees marketing and integrated media initiatives for the American Society of Mechanical Engineers in New York, NY.

Dr. Katie Herschede, Director

Gamma Tau Chapter at Northern Kentucky University

Katie has more than 10 years of experience in educational leadership and higher education. She has put her experience into action by leading strategic initiatives like the scholarship and grant process for the Foundation. Katie has served as Foundation director since 2006, having served as president, vice president of operations, secretary, director of programming and Transplant Games coordinator. Professionally, she is the Chief of Staff at Widener University in Chester, PA.

Kim Hildred, Director, Past Grand Archon

Gamma Epsilon Chapter at Waynesburg University

Kim’s vast experience with Phi Sigma Sigma includes service as grand archon, housing corporation president, and Foundation president. Kim served the U.S. House of Representatives for 17 years as staff director of the Committee on Ways and Means Subcommittee on Social Security, and currently is president of Hildred Consulting, LLC in Alexandria, VA.

Wendy Lau, Director

Theta Upsilon Chapter at the University of La Verne

Wendy is senior counsel at Wood, Smith, Henning, & Berman, LLP, with a broad range of experience in various areas of law. Wendy is a commissioner on the City of La Verne's Planning Commission and a trustee on the University of La Verne's Board of Trustees. Wendy also currently serves Phi Sigma Sigma as grand vice archon – finance.

Dr. Scott Reikofski, Director

Sigma Omega Chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity at the University of Northern Colorado

Scott currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity and is a long time Fraternity volunteer, consultant and keynote speaker. Professionally, Scott serves as the director of student affairs for the University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix, and is a higher education & organizational consultant specializing in leadership development programming, strategic and operational planning, and organization and cultural change.

Mary Lou Sterge, Director

Gamma Xi Chapter at Widener University

Mary Lou is a professional fundraiser and philanthropist. As a volunteer and board member, she has worked on various development committees, participating in capital campaigns raising more than $11 million for organizations dedicated to women and girls, the arts, and an independent school. Mary Lou lives in Wayne, PA.

Katie Vlietstra Wonnenberg, Director

Epsilon Delta Chapter at Chapman University

Katie has more than 12 years of comprehensive government relations experience and is actively involved in fundraising efforts to support women political candidates and The Shakespeare Theatre Co. Katie is currently vice president of government relations and public affairs at the National Association for the Self-Employed in Washington, DC. She serves the Phi Sigma Sigma Fraternity as grand vice archon.

Vanessa Zerhusen, Director

Theta Rho Chapter at University of Virginia's College at Wise

A seasoned development and fundraising professional, Vanessa also has significant expertise in event planning and community outreach, communications, and corporate coalition building. Vanessa is an intermediate gift specialist for the Alzheimer's Association in San Diego, CA.

Elizabeth M. Rodriguez, Esq. Counsel

Beta Theta Chapter, University of Miami

An accomplished labor and employment law attorney, Liz has represented clients across a broad range of industries in jury and non-jury trials, arbitrations, mediations and other dispute-resolution settings. She is currently a Partner at Ford Harrison LLP and resides in Miami, FL.