Info: After graduation, it can be difficult to stay involved with DPhiE. Maybe you are beginning a new career, starting a family, or just need a break from sorority life. Whether you’re ready to jump right back in after your senior to alumna ceremony or are looking to get involved after a few years there is always a place for you in Delta Phi Epsilon.
Join us for a panel of DPhiE chapter advisory board volunteers, committee members, board members, and alumnae association leaders. You’ll leave knowing your place in Delta Phi Epsilon as an alumna member.
By attending this program, you will learn:
- Ways to stay connected to DPhiE as an alumna member.
- Personal and professional benefits from staying involved with DPhiE as an alumnae.
- An understanding of the volunteer pipeline.
Bio: Gina Curtis has served as the President of the Delta Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation for the past 3 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.
Bio: Vivianna attended Florida International University where she became a member of the Alpha Gamma Chapter while pursuing a degree in Special Education. Upon graduating in 2019, she joined the Alpha Gamma Alumnae Association to interact with past alumni. The memories, lessons, and examples of leadership have allowed her to carry our values of justice, sisterhood, and love across all aspects of her life. – including her current post as the proud President of the Alpha Gamma Alumnae Association.
Bio: Kaley Delong is a graduate of the Beta Phi chapter at Central Michigan University, where she served as VPMD and Alumnae Relations Chair. She currently serves as Lead Advisor for the Beta Phi chapter and as the President of the Beta Phi Alumnae Association. She lives and works in Metro Detroit as a High School English teacher.