19 Dec Delta Phi Epsilon Announces New Foundation Board Members
Philadelphia, PA – On January 1, 2020, the Delta Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation will welcome two new general members to the board. The new members are long-time supporters of the educational foundation, Kristin Morgan and Stephanie Cockerl.
Kristin Morgan is a DPhiE alumna initiate of the Alpha Chapter at New York University. In 2002, Kristin began an illustrious career of service to the organization. Over the past two decades, she has served as a chapter advisor, a member of the International Leadership Council, the DPhiE National Panhellenic Delegate, as well as a member of various committees.
Stephanie Cockerl is an initiate of the Delta Rho Chapter at Cornell University. Since 2013, she has served as the president of the New York City Alumnae Association. During her tenure, the association received several recognitions for its fundraising and community service efforts. In 2019, Stephanie became the president of the New York City Panhellenic Alumnae Association.
“Kristin and Stephanie are spectacular examples of how sorority women can build their leadership skills though volunteer opportunities,” said Gina Curtis, president of the Delta Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation. “Each of these women has helped moved Delta Phi Epsilon forward in their past roles. I look forward to their addition to the educational foundation board as we work together to continue to help build women leaders of tomorrow.”
For more information about DPhiE’s new educational foundation board members, please contact Steven Giannino at Sgiannino@dphie.org. To learn more about the foundation, please visit www.dphiefoundation.org.
About Delta Phi Epsilon, Inc.
Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority is an organization dedicated to creating a global network of future women leaders. DPhiE 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.