The National Board
Dr. Sharon Snyder
Iota Chapter at Ohio Northern University
“I love that Phi Sigma Rho has such a beautifully diverse and passionate membership. Phi Rhos, both collegians and alums, are making their mark on the world as NASA engineers, professors, lawyers, and beyond. I am always inspired to do more, reach higher, to try new things because of the successes of my fellow Phi Rhos!"
I graduated in 2009 with a BS in Mechanical Engineering and went on to earn both a MS and PhD, also in Mechanical Engineering. I have nationally volunteered as a Regional Field Director and served as VP of Collegiate Affairs on the 17th National Board and VP of Standards on the 18th National Board. Professionally, I am a Staff Systems Engineer for Northrop Grumman Space Systems, currently working as a Ground Systems Engineering Lead. I live in the DC area with my husband and two feline fur babies, Hamilton and Sammy.
Vice President of Finance
Kappa Chapter at University of Arkansas
"Phi Sigma Rho continues to give me the sisterhood connections long after my collegiate experience. I love having a connection when meeting new sisters."
I was a founding member of the Kappa Chapter. I have a BS in Accounting. Currently, I work for T-mobile in Fixed Assets Accounting and live in a Kansas suburb of Kansas City with my husband. I am an avid reader, host a book club and love to be crafty.
Vice President of Alum Engagement
Sigma Chapter at Oregon State University
"I appreciate the opportunity to give back to an organization that has played such a large role in who I am. Phi Sigma Rho provided community, support and encouragement while I navigated college, and continues to offer professional/personal development as I find my path as an adult."
I graduated with a BS in Energy Systems Engineering, a BA in Spanish, and a minor in Entrepreneurship. I'm an energy engineer turned project manager delivering utility energy efficiency programs. I've been on the board of my chapter's local alum association, was a prospective chapter educator for Boise State, and held the National Resumania Director role before becoming the National Vice President of Member Services. I live in Vancouver, WA with my husband and our dogs, chickens, and about 100 houseplants.
Vice President of Strategic Growth
Alpha Beta Chapter at University of Cincinnati
"When my mother was in college, she joined a sorority. I grew up watching her continue to have such a close connection with her sisters years after graduation and I knew that I wanted the same thing. I joined Phi Sigma Rho, because when I met the sisters during recruitment, I knew they were my people. My sisters have been so supportive and we have been there for each other through life's biggest moments. "
I became a sister of Phi Sigma Rho at the University of Cincinnati and later transferred to Cleveland State University where I was one of the founding members of the Alpha Upsilon chapter. I graduated in 2021 from Cleveland State with a BS in Electrical Engineering.I have volunteered on the national level as a Prospective Chapter Educator and as a Director of New Chapter Development. Professionally, I am an Electrical Engineer at NASA Glenn Research Center. In my spare time you can find me playing disc golf or French Horn with my husband, skiing or hanging out on Lake Erie with my family, or taking my Yorkie, Phoebe, for a walk.
Vice President of Standards
Alpha Tau Chapter at Northeastern University
“I volunteer because I want to give back to the sorority that has given me lifelong friendships and set the organization up for future generations of members and volunteers to thrive. As per the Northeastern-Alpha Tau motto, build upon those who came before, inspire those who will come after!”
I'm a structural engineer/project coordinator based in Boston working for WSP, where I work on primarily public transportation infrastructure projects. In college, I was a part of the alpha class of Northeastern University's chapter, and I graduated with a BS in Civil Engineering in 2021. I've nationally volunteered on the Governing Documents Committee since 2020 and served as its chair since 2021. In my spare time, I love exploring with my camera, and I've been to 19 national parks since graduating college.
Vice President of Collegiate Affairs
Alpha Lambda Chapter at Arizona State University
"I joined Phi Sigma Rho at the insistence of my ASU honors college mentor. I never thought I would join a sorority, but it was the best decision I ever made in college! The sisters of Phi Rho gave me the encouragement and friendship I needed to make it through my engineering program at ASU. I am grateful that even after college I still have the opportunity to surround myself with all the amazing sisters of Phi Sigma Rho. Volunteering with Phi Sigma Rho has given me the opportunity to make friends with Phi Rhos from all over the country!"
I graduated in 2019 with a BSE in Chemical Engineering from Arizona State University and started my professional career as a Process Engineer at Intel. I have nationally volunteered as the Regional Field Director of the West 2 region. Professionally, I am a Process Engineering Manager for Solestial, a startup working on cheap solar for space applications. I live in the Phoenix area, and I can typically be found at my favorite indie bookstore or browsing the stacks of my local library when I'm not working or volunteering.
Vice President of Member Services
Alpha Chapter at Purdue University
"I wanted to volunteer so I could meet Phi Rho's outside of my chapter after graduation. Being able to make friends with people after moving across the country has made the transition from school to working life easier. "
I graduated in 2021 with a BS in Biological Engineering. I was previously volunteering as the Director of Recruitment. Currently I am a Biomedical Engineer for United Therapeutics in the Organ Manufacturing Group in New Hampshire. I design formulations for 3D printing lungs for human transplant.