Our Leadership

Jenny O'Brien

President

Hello and welcome to Belmont Alpha Sigma Tau! My name is Jenny O'Brien. I am a junior Economics major from Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, and I serve as Delta Eta's Chapter President. Since joining AST, I've become involved with various committees and have served as the Director of Ritual for the 2016 calendar year as well as our Vice President of Growth in 2017. In Nashville, you can usually find me outdoors enjoying one of the many coffee shops, or cheering in the stands at a Bruin Basketball game. I joined Alpha Sigma Tau my freshman year at Belmont and could not be more proud of this organization and all it stands for. To me, Alpha Sigma Tau is more than just a sorority; it's a group of women that pushes me to live out our values daily and to have a voice at Belmont. I am so proud to be able to serve our sisters and our Greek community and hope that you're able to find your home in Belmont Greek Life just as I have!

Meghan Skinner

Vice President of Operations

Hello! My name is Meghan Skinner, and I am a Music Business major from Tuscaloosa, Alabama. I could not be more thrilled or honored to serve as the Vice President of Operations this year. I was previously the Assistant Director of Event Planning (SO FUN!!!). My favorite thing about AST is that we are a group of women who are unapologetically ourselves, and we celebrate that! I love AST so much, and I am so excited for this year!

Madison Bounds

Vice President of Organizational Development

Hey there! My name is Maddie Bounds, and I am a junior from St. Louis, MO. I am majoring in psychology and minoring in social justice. In AST I have held three previous positions, Director of Campus Relations, Director of Structured Recruitment, and Tau Honor Council Delegate. This year, I am honored to take on the role of Vice President of Organization Development! Alpha Sigma Tau has pushed me to be the best version of myself. This chapter has trusted me to be a leader that I never thought I was capable of being. AST has leaders that cover our campus who each inspire me and challenge me. I am blessed to be a part of a chapter that has so many amazing role models. Our chapter is made up of women that dedicate themselves to what they are passionate about, and give fully. I love that in AST we not only support that, we celebrate that. I would not give up this group of women for the world. Before I end my little blurb, here are some fun facts about myself! My favorite author is Cheryl Strayed. The Office is my favorite television show of all time. I have been on 7 mission trips in my life. AJR is my favorite band. Finally, I eat, sleep, AST.

Taylor Gerson

Vice President of Finance

Hey guys! My name is Taylor Gerson, and I am a sophomore Biochemistry Molecular Biology Major, Mathematic minor from Plainfield,IL. I have previously held the position of Philanthropy Director as well as Director of Fundraising. I am so honored to serve as the Vice President of Finance. This sisterhood means more to me than I can even put into words. My favorite thing about AST is the women and the way they make you feel. I can honestly say that this sisterhood has been there for me for my highest of highs and has helped me pick up the pieces on my lowest of lows. I have never met a group of girls that care more for each other, and I will be forever blessed to be a part of this sorority. Some fun facts about me is that outside of my math and science filled days, I also sing bass in a national barbershop quartet. I am obsessed with musicals (Dear Evan Hansen, Anastasia, and the Waitress are my entire life). My favorite food is chicken nuggets. I may be the most competitive person you ever meet so catch me on the court playing intramural sports with sistaus! So excited to serve this chapter! TLAM

Shelby Scott

Vice President of Member Development

Shelby Gebb

Vice President of Growth

Hi, everyone! My name is Shelby Gebb, I’m a junior majoring in Music Business with a legal emphasis, and I’m originally from a small town in Washington State. I’m honored to serve as Delta Eta’s Vice President of Growth this year. Since joining Alpha Sigma Tau, I’ve been our Director of Campus Relations and have served on multiple committees. For 2017’s Fall Recruitment I was able to serve our Panhellenic community as a Rho Gamma. The opportunity to help potential new members find their home in the Greek community was such a fulfilling experience, but I’m excited to be back recruiting for this specific chapter that has had such an impact on my life. Since I’m over 2,000 miles away from my family, Alpha Sigma Tau truly is my “home away from home”. Every day I think about how I wouldn’t have chosen to stay at Belmont if it hadn’t been for the friendships I have made through this sisterhood my freshman year. I’m so proud to serve my sisters and can’t wait to help others find their home in Belmont’s Greek community, just as I did.

Madeline Litterst

Vice President of Community Relations

Hi! My name is Maddie Litterst, and I am a sophomore English-Writing, Pre-Law major from Edwardsville, Illinois. I am so incredibly honored and excited to be serving the Delta Eta chapter of Alpha Sigma Tau this year as the Vice President of Community Relations! This past year, I have grown so much through my connections in this sorority. From Greek Sing to Retreat, the relationships that I have formed because of Alpha Sigma Tau have changed my life forever. Before having the honor of serving in this position, I was AST's Parliamentarian. Some of my favorite ways to keep occupied include: finding the best coffee shop in Nashville (haven't discovered it yet, but I'll let you know), spending too much money at thrift stores, and trading playlists with people to discover more music!