Delta Phi Epsilon Announces 2018-2019 International Leadership Consultants

Philadelphia, PA – Delta Phi Epsilon International Sorority is pleased to announce it has hired 12 international leadership consultants for the 2018-2019 academic year. These women will spend the summer training at International Headquarters for their year of travel across North America. They will be present at Delta Phi Epsilon’s International Leadership Forum, being held in Buffalo, NY on June 28-July 1, 2018.

The 2018-2019 ILCs Are:

  • Alexis Dobron, Beta Mu Chapter at Rowan University
  • Casey Smith, Gamma Xi Chapter at Rhode Island College
  • Cynthia Leavey, Alpha Upsilon Chapter at Johnson & Wales University – Providence
  • Eboné Culliver, Zeta Iota Chapter at Northern Arizona University
  • Emily Bravard, Delta Delta Chapter at Indiana University
  • Emily Gazzara, Alpha Theta Chapter at Stockton University
  • Emily Mertz, Gamma Zeta Chapter at Webster University
  • Hadley Platek, Beta Phi Chapter at Central Michigan University
  • Hannah Vogelsong, Alpha Alpha Chapter at West Chester University
  • Marlana Smith, Zeta Alpha Chapter at Tennessee Technological University
  • Mikayla Stearns, Alpha Sigma Chapter at Saint Francis University
  • Trisha Keim, Epsilon Upsilon Chapter at Humboldt State University

Assistant Executive Director- Collegiate Services, Jessi McPherrin shares, “It is a very exciting time to be a part of Delta Phi Epsilon knowing that we are bringing on twelve incredibly talented women who will serve as International Leadership Consultants… We know that by supporting our chapters with both in-person support from the ILCs and a plethora of educational resources, they will continue to grow, thrive and positively impact their campus communities.”

These women were selected after a highly-competitive application process that included a weekend of interviews with staff members and high-level volunteers. Representing 12 campuses across 10 states, this diverse group of leaders will spend the next academic year focusing on three key performance indicators: recruitment, leadership, and operations. The team will be led by Brooke Goodman, Coordinator of Collegiate Services- Operations and Leadership.

About Delta Phi Epsilon, Inc.

Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority was founded on March 17, 1917 at New York University Law School as a social organization for women. The mission is to provide a sisterhood experience rich with tradition, innovation and opportunities for growth. Learn more about Delta Phi Epsilon at www.dphie.org.

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