Philadelphia, PA – The Educational Foundation of Delta Phi Epsilon has elected a new board president, Gina Curtis, Epsilon Upsilon Chapter at Humboldt State University. “The Educational Foundation has reached new heights in recent years with the introduction of many new fundraising programs, new grant-making processes and of course the increase in scholarships awarded both in number and amount. Gina is the right leader for this time of growth. I am very excited to be working with her on new initiatives like planned giving and major gifts coming in 2019.” said Nicole DeFeo, International Executive Director.

Gina has served Delta Phi Epsilon in a number of ways across the last two decades. From chapter advisor work, to founding and promoting the California and Phoenix Alumnae Associations, to serving as Third Alternate Delegate on the National Panhellenic Conference Delegation for DPhiE, she is a leader who can be counted on to bring things to the next level.

When asked about her vision, Gina shared, “My goal is to have consistent and open communication. We are here to listen to the needs of our members and to make sure our board is doing everything we can to support them. It is of utmost importance that we make sure our sisters are prepared to take on the challenges we are facing in these times.”

Gina resides in Mesa, Arizona with her husband, Steve and her two sons, Brandon and Tyler. She will begin her term immediately.

About Delta Phi Epsilon, Inc.

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