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About Us

History

Select-A-Sis was first envisioned in the Summer of 2010. Chelsey (who was the President of the Zeta Rho chapter of Gamma Phi Beta at the time) and the chapter leadership team saw a need to automate the voting process for Potential New Members. The manual voting and tabulation process wastes many hours that could be better spent polishing other details of recruitment.

In search of a better way, Aaron and David worked with Chelsey to develop Select-A-Sis—a web-based voting and data management system. The emerging website was a breakout success, and by the Fall of 2014 over 430 chapters from the United States and Canada were using Select-A-Sis to automate their recruitment process.

In 2011 we incorporated a business to handle all of our activity—Digital Avalanche LLC. Since, we've added Julie and Ryan to our team.

We're looking forward to helping your chapter automate your recruitment voting process so that you can concentrate on what is most important during recruitment: building your sisterhood!

People

Aaron Roney

Aaron graduated from Texas A&M University in May of 2011 with a Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Engineering. He served as the President of Student Engineers' Council at Texas A&M, where he became passionate about web design and real world application development. During his tenure as President, he helped create the web software which Student Engineers' Council utilizes to manage hundreds of corporate contacts and accounts with the University.

Currently, Aaron lives in Washington with his wife, Chelsey, his husky, Annie, and his cat, Callie. He works for the Institute for Disease Modeling.

David DeTomaso

David is a graduate of Cornell University's College of Engineering where he studied computers and electronics. While in college, David researched neural interface circuitry, staffed office hours for introductory computer science courses, held leadership roles in the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity, and played saxophone in a local funk band.

Now David lives in California and is getting a PhD in Computational Biology at University of California Berkeley. Outside of his studies he enjoys reading, going to concerts, and exploring new areas of California.

Chelsey Roney

Chelsey graduated from Texas A&M University in May of 2011 with a degree in Finance. While at Texas A&M, she served as the Zeta Rho Chapter President and Public Relations VP for the Gamma Phi Beta Sorority at Texas A&M University.

Currently, Chelsey lives with Aaron, her husband, and works as a financial analyst in the Seattle area. Outside of work and Select-A-Sis, Chelsey enjoys jogging, playing with her dog and exploring her new home in the Pacific Northwest.

Julie Sewell

Julie graduated from Texas A&M University in May 2011 with a degree in Supply Chain Management; she joined Gamma Phi Beta in the second semester of her sophomore year.

Julie moved recently moved to Boston with her husband and currently works in Supply Chain Management. In her free time, she likes to travel, read books, and make quilts.

Ryan Haughey

Ryan graduated from Texas A&M University in 2013 with a degree in Aerospace Engineering. While at A&M, he served in various leadership roles throughout the university, including President of Student Engineers' Council. He became involed in web development through developing and maintaining the website for Student Engineers' Council.

Ryan now works as an engineer in the Seattle area and is pursuing a Master's degree at Stanford University. In his free time, he enjoys hiking, mountaineering, music and travelling.

Chloe Lathe

Chloe is currently a student at the University of Washington pursuing a double degree in Applied and Computational Mathematical Sciences and Near Eastern Languages and Civilization. Chloe served as the treasurer of her sorority, Zeta Tau Alpha, and has been working as an undergraduate head TA for the University of Washington's introductory computer science courses.

In her non-existent free time she enjoys going to the park with her rambunctious dog and rock climbing.