Each year, sisters of Delta Phi Epsilon participate in DIMES for DPhiE. Chapters and alumnae members fundraise all month long to support this cause, but do you know why we give? Maybe you’ve been participating in programs that you had no idea the Educational Foundation funded. Or are you knowledgeable about DIMES for DPhiE but have no clue how to navigate fundraising in a virtual world?
Join us to kick of D4D with Educational Foundation President, Gina Curtis, and Vice President, Emily Meister! You’ll leave with an understanding of the importance of DIMES for DPhIE and why we give each year.
By attending this program, you will be able to:
-Discuss the history, mission, and purpose of the DPhiE Educational Foundation
-Identify the programs D4D supports
-Prepare for virtual fundraising with the new D4D website
-Discover what it means to be a donor to DPhiE
Gina Curtis Bio: Gina Curtis has served as the President of the Delta Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation for the past 2 years. She is a proud alumna of the Epsilon Upsilon chapter at Humboldt State University, a dedicated chapter advisor for the Zeta Iota chapter at Northern Arizona University and an active member of the Phoenix Alumnae Association.
Emily Meister Bio: Emily Meister, Alpha Iota chapter University of San Francisco, currently is the Vice President of the Educational Foundation board and Lead Chapter Advisor to Zeta Theta. Emily was a legal recruiter in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area before becoming actively involved in nonprofits. She has a Master’s Degree in Nonprofit Management and enjoys spending time with her husband and two girls, Lily and Margaret.