Delta Phi Epsilon Announces New Chief Panhellenic Officer

Philadelphia, PA – Delta Phi Epsilon is proud to announce the appointment of alumna member Meredith Bielaska, Beta Upsilon Chapter at Rochester Institute of Technology, as their new Chief Panhellenic Officer. Meredith has served as an area advisor for NPC.  Professionally, she holds the position of Assistant Dean of Student Affairs for Student Engagement at Franklin and Marshall College in Pennsylvania.

Every member organization of the National Panhellenic Conference appoints a Chief Panhellenic Officer(CPO) to serve as a liaison to and primary contact for the Conference and other member organizations on all College and Alumnae Panhellenic matters. The CPO will communicate regularly with NPC staff, area advisors, area advisor coordinators, area coordinators and other volunteers, as well as with CPOs from other member organizations. 

“Meredith has extensive higher education experience in a number of roles within student life.  Her work in this area added to her knowledge of and commitment to Delta Phi Epsilon is going to make her a real force within the NPC community.  We are thrilled to have her serving our sorority in this way.”, says Nicole DeFeo, International Executive Director.  

In this role, Meredith will work in partnership with the NPC staff and volunteers to provide education and training to the membership of Delta Phi Epsilon, in particular those who volunteer for the NPC directly. She will begin her appointment August 10, 2020.


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