Phoenix Campus President Selected for Sigma Theta Tau Regional Position Chamberlain University (?) | Oct 10, 2018 Phoenix Campus President Pam Fuller, EdD, MN, RN, was selected to hold a regional position with Sigma Theta Tau, International Honor Society of Nursing (Sigma), which will begin in November. In her two-year term, Dr. Fuller’s primary goal is to link Sigma chapters together in communication and collaboration while addressing the Sigma mission. Dr. Fuller will oversee the health of two regional chapters that include 28 local chapters in Southern California, Arizona, New Mexico and Western Texas. In addition, she will host chapter leader calls or webcasts throughout her term. Dr. Fuller is excited to serve in this capacity having been an active member of Sigma for more than 20 years. Chamberlain University established the Phi Pi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International (Sigma), the Honor Society of Nursing chapter in 2011, and grew to become the largest Sigma chapter in the world. “We’ve just had phenomenal growth,” said LeAnne Prenovost, DNP, MBA, RN, CNE, visiting professor, Chamberlain University, and president of Phi Pi Chapter of Sigma. “We joked that it was like a wildfire; it just took off.” "Faculty, alumni and students have flocked to the group to benefit from its global network, as well as its support of nursing scholarship, research, service and leadership," Dr. Prenovost said. Data on the largest chapter for the fiscal year that closed June 30, 2018 was not available at press time. Founded in 1922 by six nurses at the then-Indiana University School of Nurses, Sigma now has about 135,000 active members who reside in 90 countries. For information, visit phipi.nursingsociety.org. Chamberlain’s Phi Pi chapter is one of the largest of Sigma’s 500 chapters worldwide* * As of June 30, 2017, Chamberlain’s Phi Pi chapter had 4,379 active members; Jessica Wendorf, MS, CAE, Sigma chapter and regional operations manager.