Meet the Alpha Lambda Xi Officer Team
Your 2015-2016 Officer team is:
President- Jamel Rosemond
Jamel M. Rosemond graduated from Atascocita High in 2013 and is currently working to obtain his Associates of Arts field study in business degree from Lone Star College-Kingwood; he plans to graduate in May of 2016. Jamel is actively involved in his community and is an advocate for promoting the importance of higher education. Jamel coordinates/organizes an annual event entitled Sing Out. This event gives students the opportunity to compete for scholarships and showcase their musical talents. After finishing his studies at Lone College-Kingwood, Jamel wishes to transfer to Texas A&M and attend Mays Business School; he plans to graduate from A&M with a Masters in Business Administration with a focus in either Accounting or Finance. Jamel is a community activist and thrives to help others; he is a member of the Knights of Peter Claver, Help for Haiti, Inc., and a board member for Just About Kids.
Vice President of Scholarship- Raymudo Roig
Raymundo Roig is an international Student from the Dominican Republic. He joined Alpha Lambda Xi in fall 2014, since then, he has discovered his potential as a leader. He is currently working as a student assistant in the Math & Engineering department; he is an active member of the baseball team, and the Student Ambassador Program.
In addition, Raymundo is charismatic, extroverted and loves to help others. He serves the chapter as Vice President of Scholarship. He has the responsibility to locate scholarship and internship opportunities and share them with prospective and active members. His main goal is to help student to utilize their abilities to achieve greatness. As Milton Berle said, “If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door.”
Raymundo plans to pursue a bachelor degree in industrial engineering and ultimately a master's degree in logistics and distribution at Texas A&M University. After finishing with his degree, he plans to move back to his country to contribute his talents to society and work to better implement the natural resources of the Dominican Republic.
Vice President of Leadership- John Provenza
John Clayton Provenza was born in Kingwood, Texas on November 22. He is of Italian ancestry and graduated from Hargrave High School in 2012. He then joined the U.S. Marines one month after graduation, and now currently fulfills his reserve obligation. John is now pursuing his Associate of Science degree and plans to transfer to the University of Texas at Austin. John decided to attend Lone Star College-Kingwood for several reasons. The primary reason was to experience several new ideas in hopes of uncovering his career passion. In the future, he plans to become an aerospace engineer expanding the frontiers of space and contributing to the manned Mars mission.
Vice President of Service- Sidney Stockett
Sidney Stockett was born and raised in the Houston area. She was homeschooled, graduated in 2011, and went on to pursue an Associate of Arts degree at Lone Star College-Kingwood, from where she will graduate in the spring of 2016. While at LSC-K, she has participated in the National Model United Nations (ranked second internationally, obtained five position paper awards and won an Outstanding Delegation Award), the Honors College, and Phi Theta Kappa Alpha Lambda Xi. She was a speaker at an International Education Conference hosted at the University Park campus in the spring of 2015. Throughout the 2015-2016 academic year, Sidney will be filling the role of Vice President of Service in Phi Theta Kappa Alpha Lambda Xi, where her duties will include coordinating and planning community-service projects and events.
Sidney’s interests include playing piano, flying airplanes, kayaking, rock-climbing, reading, drinking coffee, going on mission trips, chasing adventure and being active at her church. Her love for traveling, and recent trips to Honduras and South Africa have shaped her perspective and changed her life, inspiring her to start her own non-profit in order to fulfill a desire of helping people around the globe. Her goal is to obtain a double major in Global Studies and International Relations, and Disaster Management; then later pursue her master’s degree at Harvard University. Sidney’s dream is to set foot in every country, establish a ministry and nonprofit, write a book, build a photography business, and inspire people universally.
“Whatever your hands find to do, do it with all your might.” Ecclesiastes 9:1
“And I’ve noticed something about people who make a difference in the world. They hold the unshakable conviction that individuals are extremely important, that every life matters. They aren’t determined to revolutionize the world all at once: they’re satisfied with the small changes.” Katie Davis
Vice President of Fellowship- Isabella Nobile
Born in California, Isabella graduated from homeschooled high school in June of 2013. She is serving as the Vice President of Fellowship for Alpha Lambda Xi for the 2015-2016 academic year. Her duties include: encouraging scholarly fellowship, promoting membership, keeping track of members' volunteer hours, and giving out Phi Theta Kappa's signature hugs. Isabella first discovered Alpha Lambda Xi when she was literally pulled into a meeting by a fellow member. That meeting inspired her to take community college more seriously, and she was later inducted into Phi Theta Kappa in Spring of 2014. While serving as VP of Fellowship, Isabella also works on campus as an SI leader and tutor. She hopes to encourage and inspire more students to pursue careers in STEM fields.
Graduating in Spring 2016 with an A.S. and A.A., Isabella plans to transfer and earn a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering with a minor in software design.
"To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all." - Oscar Wilde