Delta Phi Epsilon Leader Named to Fraternity and Sorority Political Action Committee Board

Philadelphia, PA – As reoccurring issues challenge the existence of fraternities and sororities on college campuses, the Fraternity and Sorority Political Action Committee (FSPAC) plays a vital role in promoting the positive attributes of these organizations.

International Governing Board General Member Lynna Do, Alpha Iota Chapter at University of San Francisco was recently appointed to this influential board.

“This is where a lot of power is held. If we want to move forward and make a difference we need to be at the table where the decisions are made. This was an important development for both current and future members of the DPhiE community,” says Do.

The FSPAC supports federal legislative candidates who advocate policies that improve the experiences organizations like DPhiE provide their members. The FSPAC also serves to educate legislators about issues important to the thousands of sorority and fraternity members across North America; including concerns for housing, equal access to education and other issues of equality.

Do said FSPAC plays a vital role in educating legislators and the public about the overwhelmingly positive contributions sororities and fraternities make for their members and surrounding communities.

“We do really well by our members and become stronger because of our sorority experience” Do said.

There are more than 60 FSPAC board members including current and former fraternity and sorority leaders, Panhellenic members and advocate professionals. The members work together to build a positive presence in Washington D.C. that essentially protects the fraternal experience Delta Phi Epsilon sisters have experienced for more than 100 years.

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