Phi Sigma Rho Elects 16th National Council

Cincinnati, Ohio, August 4, 2017 – For immediate release.

Phi Sigma Rho National Sorority Announces the Members of the 16th National Council

Phi Sigma Rho National Engineering Sorority elected the 16th National Council on July 15, 2017 during their national convention in Saint Louis, Missouri.

16th National Council of Phi Sigma Rho National Sorority
National President: Mary McWilliams (Ohio State - Beta); Lead Engineer, DLA Land and Maritime

Vice President of Standards: Becky Caldwell (Arkansas - Kappa); IP Counsel, Garmin International, Inc.

Vice President of Communications: Stacey Horvitz (Pittsburgh - Zeta); Resident Inspector, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission

Vice President of Finance: Christine MacLaren (Toledo - Delta); Human Resources Manager, Lyndon Steel Company

Vice President of Collegiate Affairs: Cara Redding (Connecticut - Theta); Hot Section Design Engineer, Pratt & Whitney

Vice President of Alumnae Affairs: Mona Kim (UC San Diego - Chi); UX Design Intern, City of Los Angeles Vice President of Expansion: Haley MacPhee (Connecticut - Theta); Engineering Consultant, Azzur Consulting

Vice President of Programming: Kathleen M. Vijaywergiya (Ohio State - Beta); Enterprise Technical Quality Consultant, Progressive Insurance

Vice President of Membership: Nichole Aquino (Connecticut - Theta); Project Engineer, A/Z Corporation Active Advisor: Bailey Choma (Youngstown - Alpha Alpha); Forensic Science Major, Youngstown State University

Please go to the national website at to learn more about the National Council members.

The National Sorority thanks the outgoing 15th National Council for their service to Phi Sigma Rho.

About Phi Sigma Rho National Sorority:
Phi Sigma Rho was founded in 1984 at Purdue University. Today, more than 5,500 women have been initiated into the sorority. The vision of Phi Sigma Rho is to be the foremost sorority for women in engineering and engineering technology. It fulfills that vision by developing the highest standard of personal integrity and character, promoting academic excellence, supporting personal achievement, and maintaining the bond of sisterhood.