A key benefit of membership in Alpha Sigma Tau is our opportunity to connect with a variety of successful women nationwide. As members of this Sisterhood, we're able to network and establish relationships with Alpha Sigma Taus with varying backgrounds, industry experience, interests, and more.
Since Alpha Sigma Tau's establishment at our university, we've had many remarkable Sisters graduate and succeed in a variety of ways. Here are a just a few successful alumnae from our chapter who are great role models and always willing to connect and provide advice.
B.S. Criminal Justice, 2003
Hey Ladies, I’m Kim Marshall. BT#246 of the Beta Delta class of The Beta Tau Chapter. I was born and raised in Bogota, New Jersey. I graduated from UML with a BS in Criminal Justice in 2003. Today, I am a Detective with the New York City Police Department (NYPD) and I work as an investigator in the Brooklyn Special Victims Squad. I investigate sexual assaults, unusual crimes, child homicides, and assist with large investigations throughout the 5 boroughs.
Kimberly Mack (Camilleri)
B.A. History, 2015
AST empowered me to return to school to finish my Bachelors degree, and also to pursue my Masters degree. AST gave me the skills to feel confident in public speaking, organizing groups and being a leader. I give back to the sorority by volunteering as the New Member Advisor to the active chapter.
Double B.A. Spanish and Political Science, 1993
I'm Kristin Halvorsen Rocheleau (BT#178 Aggi). I graduated from UMASS Lowell in 1993 with a double BA in Spanish and Political Science. I grew up in Lowell and after graduation, got married and I've moved around with my Army husband and eventually, our daughters. We currently live in Western New York and I have a day job of Staff Development Coordinator for the local Social Services. When I'm not at work, I'm an editor and published author for romance novels. I've run several half marathons and 5-10ks. My oldest is looking toward her collegiate future and hopes to land at UMASS Lowell eventually and possibly try to pledge AST.