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High Chancellor, Weston McCorkle
Bio coming soon!
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919/250-9500 ext. 288Phone (cell):
High Censor, David Headley
Headley currently serves are your High Censor. He is passionate about
international agriculture especially using soybeans to meet protein needs of people
who are malnourished around the world and empowering communities through
sustainable agriculture projects. He lived in Africa for 7 years working on
agriculture projects. David has several college degrees in agriculture and an MBA.
He is a member of Rotary and a dedicated volunteer with Habitat for Humanity
both locally and internationally. He has been awarded the Golden Hammer for his
volunteer serve to Habitat for Humanity. David enjoys learning new cultures and
working to make AZ a world class organization for both students and alumni.
High Treasurer, Suzanne Zagury
Suzanne Zagury is a financial analyst for MedAssets and presently resides in New York City. Suzanne serves as the High Treasurer on the Alpha Zeta High Council as well as a representative on the Foundation Board. She was initiated into Alpha Zeta in the University of Florida chapter and has been a member since 2005. She graduated from Tulane University with a Master’s of Health Administration in 2010 and received her Bachelor’s of Science degree from University of Florida in 2008.
Phone (home): 954/560-8336
Term Expires: March 2013
High Scribe, Kayle Robben
A 2009 Alumni from Kansas State University, Kayle Robben served as both the Censor and Chancellor for Alpha Zeta for two years. He also served four years as the Philanthropy chair for his fraternity Kappa Sigma, while remaining active with a family farm in Western Kansas. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Economics with a minor in Agronomy and is currently employed by Koch Nitrogen Company as their Sales Representative for the Western United States.
High Chronicler, Katie Smith
Originally from New Jersey, Katie received her B.S. from the University of Delaware in 2009 and M.S. from Purdue University in 2010 (both degrees in Animal Science). At the University of Delaware, Katie served as both treasurer and chancellor of Alpha Zeta. Since graduation she has held several different research positions at Purdue ranging from medications used in racehorses to her current position in the Psychology Department working on addiction and stress/anxiety research. In August, Katie will return to the classroom at Purdue to pursue her dream of becoming a veterinarian. In her spare time she loves spending time with her family & friends, horseback riding and rock climbing.
Student Representative, Emmaline Long
Emmaline is currently a senior at Cornell University studying Agricultural Sciences, concentrating in Crop Production and Management. When she graduates in May 2012, she will begin her graduate work at Cornell in Agronomy, working with precision agriculture. She is from a small town in western New York and has a passion for raising a heritage breed of sheep, the Lincoln Longwool. She has been a member of the Cornell Chapter for four years and has held several positions including Scribe, Pledge Educator, and Ag Day committee chair.
Alumni Representative, Rory Roten
Rory Roten is a Research Associate
for the Department of Crop Science at North Carolina State University. He was
an active member of the North Carolina chapter for five years. There he served as a Membership and Initiation
board member for four terms, the Social Chair for two terms, the Censor, and a
Senior Adviser. Currently he serves as the Alumni Representative where he hopes
to gain the knowledge to become a member on the High Council.