Delta Phi Epsilon Announces New Assistant Executive Director – Housing

Philadelphia, PA – Delta Phi Epsilon is proud to announce the addition of Nancy Hart-Esposito, Phi Tau Chapter at Rutgers University, as Assistant Executive Director- Housing to their International Headquarters Staff.

“Nancy’s decades of experience both in Delta Phi Epsilon housing as a board member and in her career as an attorney, will revolutionize our national housing program to help create a true home-away-from-home experience for our housed chapters across North America. Her unique mix of skills and knowledge will take our programs to the next level.” said International Executive Director Nicole DeFeo.

Nancy, a native of Southern New Jersey, previously worked in the private practice of law from 1992 to 2016. Since 2004, Nancy has volunteered with Delta Phi Epsilon in various roles, most recently serving as President of the National Development Corporation Board. As a charter member of the Phi Tau Chapter at Rutgers University – Camden, Nancy has built partnerships within our sorority, as well as, the greater greek community over the past 3 decades, which will prove invaluable as we build and renovate new properties across the country.

“I’m very excited for the opportunity to work on the housing program for our sorority,” Mrs. Hart-Esposito said. “Our organization has had unprecedented growth in the last decade and the ability to offer quality housing options to our chapters will be a key component to sustaining this advancement while enriching the sisterhood experience for our women.”

In this role, Nancy will oversee all aspects of National Development Corporation (NDC) operations including financial, managerial, property ownership and staff. She will also help to transition Local Chapter House Corporation (LCHC) support services, LCHC volunteer support and other assistance for chapter houses, lodges or other facilities into the National Development Corporation. Her start date is July 11, 2016.

“As our sorority is growing, so is our need for safe, competitive housing on various campuses to which we intend to expand. Having a strong development corporation and housing program will be critical to our continued success. We are thankful to have someone of Nancy’s caliber to join our ranks at IHQ. We know she will solidify our infrastructure in housing.” Said International President Stacy Segal, Psi Chapter at University of Georgia.

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