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Ashley Mohler
Wright State-Alpha Zeta
VP of Publicity
Ashley was initiated into the Wright State University Alpha Zeta Chapter as a member of the Gamma class in Fall 2013. She served as the Sister at Arms, Ritual Chair, and President. Ashley graduated in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering. She is currently pursuing her MPH at The Ohio State University. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling and exploring the outdoors.
Rosalie Krob
Rosalie Krob (formerly Geeck) was initiated into the Alpha Epsilon class at Purdue University - Alpha Chapter in the spring of 2009. Rosie graduated with a BS and MS degree in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering in May 0f 2012 and 2013, repsectively. She currently works as a Project Engineer for Aerojet Rocketdyne, supporting the descent and landing engines on the Mars 2020 mission. While an active, she served as Director of Scholastick Development and Director of Internal Relations. She has been a Founation volunteer since January 2015.
Mary McWilliams
Ohio State-Beta
Rebecca Schmidt
Cincinnati-Alpha Beta
VP of Strategy
Becky is a member of the Alpha Beta chapter at the University of Cincinnati. She served as the Vice President of Administration, Director of Scholarship, and President. Becky graduated in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering and an MBA, and is in the Commercial Development Program at Dow Chemical in Midland, Michigan. In her free time, she loves to travel, ski, and fuse glass into plates and penguin ornaments.
Lexi Heironimus
Wright State-Alpha Zeta
Lexi was initiated into the Alpha Zeta chapter in 2013 as a member of the Beta class. She held many positions including the Vice-president of Programming, Philanthropy chair, and Alumnae Relations. She graduated with her Bachelors in biomedical engineering in April 2016 and is continuing her education pursuing a Masters in biomedical engineering. Currently employed as a research assistant, she hopes after getting her professional engineering license that she may work for an engineering consulting firm or conduct research with medical imaging technology.
A member of the inaugural Phi Sigma Rho class at Ohio State University, Ms. McWilliams completed her undergraduate degree (B.S. MET) in 1990, received her MBA in 1997 and received her certificate in program and project management in 2009. Currently, Ms. McWilliams is employed as a lead engineer for the DLA Land and Maritime in Columbus, Ohio, where she is responsible for fiber optic specifications for the Department of Defense and its Agencies. She is currently working as a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt at DLA Land and Maritime having obtained her Black Belt in 2009. s
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