National Executive Board

National President

Name: Tyler Henson Tyler Henson
Address: Middle Tennessee State University
Student Services and Admissions Center 150
Murfreesboro, TN 37132
Phone: 615-584-4970
Liaison Chapters: N/A
 About Tyler:
Dr. Tyler Henson is the Assistant Vice Provost for Registration and Student Records & University Registrar at Middle Tennessee State University.  He become involved with Lambda Sigma as chapter advisor to Beta Delta shortly after beginning his professional career in 2008.  From there he was invited to join the National Executive Board as an Advisor at Large before taking on the roles of Communication Coordinator and Conference & Meeting Coordinator.  He has enjoyed working with Lambda Sigma at multiple levels and looks forward to helping the organization strengthen and grow.


Name: Kay McClain (Interim) Kay_McClain
Address: N/A
Phone: N/A
Liaison Chapters: Alpha, Epsilon, Lambda, Rho, Beta Mu, Alpha Theta
Dr. Kay McClain is a retired professor who taught Mathematics and Mathematics Education at Vanderbilt University. She earned her undergraduate degree from Auburn University where she was a member of the founding group for Lambda Sigma, Cwens. She was elected Student Representative her sophomore year in college and went on to serve as Editor, Executive Secretary and then Treasurer after thirty-five years on the Board of Directors. She currently serves as the Advisor to Pi Chapter at Auburn University.

Executive Secretary

Name: Neal Edman Neal Edman
Address: 2509 North Mercer Street
New Castle, PA 16105
Phone: 724-813-6462
Liaison Chapters: Beta Omicron, Alpha Zeta, Alpha Gamma
 About Neal:
Dr. Neal Edman is the former Vice President of Student Affairs at Westminster College in New Wilmington, Pennsylvania. He became involved with Lambda Sigma as the College’s Lambda chapter co-advisor in 1998. He was elected to the National Board in 2004. Neal is extremely proud that Lambda Sigma is one of the few honor societies in America that places such great emphasis on service to our communities. Giving to society is a gift that is truly reciprocal and one that we hold dear to our mission.


Name: John Hauser John Hauser
Address: 58 Eagle Street
Greenville, PA 16125
Phone: 724-456-4066
Liaison Chapters: N/A
 About John:
John Hauser is the retired executive director of development at Thiel College in Greenville PA and now serves as a fundraising consultant for not-for-profits. He became an advisor for Lambda Sigma when the Thiel Chapter was installed in 1977 and has served as an advisor to both the Thiel and University of Pittsburgh chapters. He joined the national board in 1999 and served as ritual advisor and vice president. John has seen, first-hand, how Lambda Sigma provides opportunities for leadership and service for its members that have been used not only during their college careers but in their adult lives.

Recording Secretary

Name: Megan Adukaitis Megan Adukaitis
Address: Alvernia University
400 St. Bernardine St.
Reading, PA 19607
Phone: 610-796-8225
Liaison Chapters: Omicron, Zeta, Alpha Psi, Alpha Omega, Beta Eta, Beta Kappa
 About Megan:
Megan Adukaitis is the Director of Career Development at Alvernia University in Reading, Pennsylvania. She has been the advisor of the Beta Mu chapter since 2010, when the inaugural chapter was inducted at Alvernia. Serving as the advisor to the Beta Mu chapter has been exciting for Megan and she has enjoyed working with sophomores and helping them develop into campus leaders. She feels that Lambda Sigma provides students with the opportunity to gain valuable skills as they work together to connect service and scholarship. She is honored to be a member of the National Board.

Communications Coordinator

Name: Becki Leonard headshot 2022
Address: Student Orientation and Transition Programs
301 Bank of America Career Services Center
University Park, PA 16802
Phone: 814-865-4178
Liaison Chapters: Chi, Iota, Alpha Delta, Alpha Iota, Beta Xi
 About Becki:
Becki is the Assistant Director for Transition Programs at The Pennsylvania State University. From 2018 to 2022, she served as a co-advisor for Penn State Behrend’s Alpha Eta chapter of Lambda Sigma. She assumed the Advisor at Large position on the Lambda Sigma National Executive Board in 2019, transitioned into the Treasurer role in 2020, and as of 2022 serves as the Communications Coordinator. Seeing students develop their leadership skills and find meaning through their experience is what makes working with Lambda Sigma so rewarding for her.

Advisor (Rituals & ByLaws)

Name: Terri Mando Terri Mando
Address: 125 Reed Union Building
4701 College Drive
Erie, PA 16563
Phone: 814-898-6164
Liaison Chapters: Pi, Alpha Kappa, Alpha Mu, Alpha Tau, Beta Delta, Beta Pi
 About Terri:
Terri Mando is the Director of Advising in the Academic & Career Planning Center at Penn State Behrend. She has been an advisor for the Alpha Eta Chapter since 2006. She has been on the National Board since 2012, and currently coordinates the chapter rituals and bylaws for Lambda Sigma. Terri believes in the importance of serving and giving back to the community.

Advisor (Scholarships)

Name: Vinnie Birkenmeyer Vinnie Birkenmeyer
Address: 861 Bedford Road
Elm Hall 132
Pleasantville, NY 10570
Phone: 914-597-8780
Liaison Chapters: Mu, Omega, Alpha Eta, Alpha Pi, Beta Epsilon, Beta Lambda
 About Vinnie:
Vinnie Birkenmeyer is the Director of Residential Life and Housing at Pace University in Pleasantville, New York. His love for Lambda Sigma began as chapter President of the Pace-Pleasantville chapter in 2008 and has served as the advisor for the chapter since starting to work at Pace in 2012. Vinnie believes that Lambda Sigma is an amazing opportunity for students to give back to their community and learn leadership skills during the very critical, second year of their college experience. 

Advisor At-Large

Name: LaTonya Robinson-Kanonu
Address: PO Box 18240
Phone: 601-979-1494
Liaison Chapters: N/A
 About LaTonya:
Dr. LaTonya Robinson-Kanonu is the Assessment and Program Evaluator at Jackson State University. She was inducted into the Alpha Delta Chapter at the University of Southern MS. She charted the Beta Xi chapter JSU chapter in 2015. LaTonya is grateful for the opportunity to help college students maximize their potential and serve their community.

Advisor At-Large

Name: Keaton Glass

Keaton Glass

Address: 700 Pelham Road North
Houston Cole Library Room 105
Jacksonville, Alabama 36265
Phone: 256-782-5493
Liaison Chapters: N/A
 About Keaton:
Keaton Glass is the Director for First and Second Year Experience at Jacksonville State University (JSU). Primarily Keaton works with the orientation program and assisting students with their transition to JSU. His experience with Lambda Sigma began in 2018 with the establishment of the Beta Pi chapter and he currently serves as the chapter advisor. This organization provides a unique experience for the sophomores on campus who are sometimes overlooked after heavy programming during the first year. One of his favorite components of Lambda Sigma is the service pillar. It is a joy to watch the Beta Pi chapter and the national organization serve local communities.

Student Representative

Name: Maggie Walker

Liaison Chapters: N/A
 About Maggie:
Maggie Walker is currently a student at the University of Mississippi, and is seeking a double degree in Public Policy Leadership and Integrated Marketing Communications. Maggie is an active member of the Ole Miss Associated Student Body, President/Founder of Period@UM, and serves on the Executive Board of the Honors College Ambassador Program. She cares deeply about scholarship, fellowship, service, and leadership, and is truly honored to represent Lambda Sigma on the National Executive Board.

Student Representative

Name: Luke Reed
Liaison Chapters: N/A
 About Luke:
Luke Reed is currently a student at Jacksonville State University in Jacksonville, Alabama where he studies Biology with a concentration in Pre-Health Professions. Luke currently serves as a Gamecock Orientation (GO!) Leader which welcomes JSU’s incoming freshmen each year and equips them with knowledge so that they may succeed during their college career. He loves serving his community and college to give back to those in need and to his home. He is very excited and honored to be able to serve on the National Level for Lambda Sigma